Systematics Association’s Special volume series
The Systematics Association published its first volume in 1940. The New Systematics was a classic work edited by its then-president Sir Julian Huxley. Since then, more than 80 volumes have been published, often in rapidly expanding areas of science where a modern synthesis is required. A full list of publications is available here.
The Association encourages researchers to organize symposia that result in multi-authored volumes. In 1997 the Association organized the first of its international Biennial Conferences. This and subsequent Biennial Conferences, which are designed to provide for systematists of all kinds, included themed symposia that resulted in further publications. The Association also publishes volumes that are not specifically linked to meetings, and encourages new publications (including textbooks) in a broad range of systematics topics.
Looking for somewhere to publish systematics?
The Systematics Association offers great opportunities for authors and editors seeking to publish their work. If you have an idea for a themed multi-author volume (not necessarily based on a symposium) or a textbook, and would like this to be produced at high quality and promoted by the Association, please contact the Editor-in-Chief, Gavin Broad.