Bronwen Maddox: "It is exciting to explore the magazine in such an instantly accessible manner."
Since its launch in 1995, Prospect has provided insightful and cutting edge analysis in politics, current affairs, and economics. As of today leading institutions including universities, government departments, colleges and libraries will be able to instantly access all 250 issues ever published via the app or online. Users can search for a term across a specific issue, year, decade or the whole archive. Every single word is covered by the Exact Editions search system, says the company.
From the October 1995 launch issue with features by Andrew Marr and Andrew Adonis, through to the launch of the World Thinkers feature in 2005, right up to Brexit and the U.S Presidential race in 2016, every single issue and article in this respected monthly publication can be viewed at the tap of a key or flick of a finger across iOS, Android and web devices.
Bronwen Maddox, Editor of Prospect, said about the archive launch: “Prospect is delighted to be able to offer our full archive. It is exciting to explore the magazine in such an instantly accessible manner and users, whether from an academic, business or personal perspective will treasure this wealth of insightful writing.”
Exact Editions’ Managing Director, Daryl Rayner said: “The Prospect archive is a fantastic resource. Such a wide ranging magazine with fascinating content works a treat using the Exact Editions search platform, and displays excellently on the mobile apps.”