sdvig press is a non-profit academic publishing platform dedicated to supporting the dissemination and linking of knowledge in the Humanities between Eastern, Central and Western Europe.
As a "Platinum Open Access" publisher we offer all our contents openly and do not charge authors any processing fees.
We are proud to power the largest digital repository of phenomenological research in the world, providing open access to texts, documents and structured data in close collaboration with institutions such as the Husserl Archives in Leuven.
Jacques Taminiaux (1928-2019)
Giovanni Piana (1940-2019)
An important part of our editorial mission is to provide technical and curatorial support to research projects or scholarly associations for the creation and hosting of digital resources. The projects are managed autonomously by their research group or scholarly association.
We host the official website of the Trust, providing a complete bibliography of Roman Jakobson, an extensive secondary literature list and access to an expanding number of full texts.
Coordinated by Francesco Tava (KU Leuven), this research project aims "to clarify the characteristics of the Milan School line of thought, and particularly the 'critical and problematic method' (in Banfi’s words) for which its representatives opted."
From October 2014 to March 2016, Thomas Vongehr published the War Letters of Edmund Husserl's son Wolfgang, a hundred years to the day after they were sent.