Academic Studies Press offers several advertising opportunities to help promote your scholarly publications, products, services, or opportunities of interest to those in the evolutionary sciences and humanities.
Academic Studies Press offers advertising in the pages of Evolutionary Studies in Imaginative Culture, published twice annually. All print advertisements are also made available in the online PDF editions of the journal.
- Back cover: $350
- Full page: $300
- Half page: $200
- Publication size: 6.14" x 9.21"
- Full page: 6" x 9"
- Half page: 6" x 4.25"
- Ads are printed in black and white. Alternative color ad may be sent for online PDF edition at no extra cost.
- All fonts should be embedded.
- Prepayment is required for first-time advertisers.
- No agency discounts.
- Insertion orders and PDFs should be sent to Academic Studies Press at email@example.com.
Academic Studies Press offers advertising on the Evolutionary Studies in Imaginative Culture journal page hosted by the JSTOR platform.
- Size: 300 pixels wide x 250 pixels high
- Static (non-animated) ad units only
- Maximum file size: 100KB
- Acceptable file formats: GIF, JPG
- Resolution: 72 dpi (web optimized)
- A linking URL must be supplied with each ad submission. Ads will click through to the provided URL in a new browser.
- Ads will be displayed in the right rail on both the journal page and the issue TOC for a period of one month. Discounts available for longer periods.
- All electronic ads are subject to approval of publisher and JSTOR. JSTOR reserves the right to reject or remove any advertising that is deemed contrary to the best interests of users of the JSTOR platform.
- Usage reports (impressions, clicks, click ratios) available on request.
- Insertion orders and files should be sent to Academic Studies Press at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Print and digital subscriptions are available for both individuals and institutions. Help support the publication of ESIC and stay informed about the newest thinking in a broad range of disciplines that converge on imaginiative culture.