Advertisers may place online ads on the Studies in The Novel home page or the table of contents page within Project MUSE for individual issues. Ad positions will be sold on a monthly basis with all contracts beginning on the first of the month. Online advertising reservations are placed on a month-to-month basis. All online ads are due on the 20th of the month prior to the reservation.
To place an online ad, please go here.
$281 Promotion (400 x 200 pixels)
Online Mechanical Requirements
- Ads should be saved as web-ready files. Acceptable file types are GIF, PNG, and JPG.
- The maximum file sizes are 30K (400 x 200 pixels)
- Advertisers will be notified if there is a problem with received ads. An additional fee of $50 will be charged if the resolution of the problem involves JHUP services.
- Johns Hopkins University Press will not be held responsible for the reproduction quality of any ads that do not meet these specifications.
All ads are subject to publisher’s approval for both print and online advertisements. The publisher reserves the right to deny any advertisement if artwork or content is deemed inappropriate or not relevant to a publication’s audience.
Advertisers are eligible for the following discounts:
Multiple Insertion Discounts
10% for reservations on multiple web pages in one month.
15% for a multi-month reservation for the same ad on the same page.
15% off ad rate (other charges are non-commissionable).
Advertisers will be charged $25 per online ad cancelled or received after the deadline. After the first of the month, the full balance will be charged if an online ad is cancelled.
Payment is due 30 days from invoice date. Prepayment may be required from individuals or first-time advertisers. Invoice, screen shots and statistics (impressions and click-throughs) will be sent to the advertiser within 30 days after an online ad is removed.
General Information and Inquiries
General information on JHU Press advertising can be found here.
General inquiries may be sent to:
Journals Advertising Coordinator
Johns Hopkins University Press
2715 North Charles Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21218-4363