Free access to all Liverpool University Press journals content during Open Access Week 2016
Liverpool University Press is the UK’s third oldest university press and one of its fastest growing publishers in the humanities and social sciences. LUP has an illustrious history of publishing exceptional research – including the work of Nobel Prize winners. Since its 2004 relaunch, LUP has expanded rapidly and now publishes around 80 books and 28 journals each year. In 2015, the Press won both The IPG Frankfurt Book Fair Academic and Professional Publisher of the Year and The Bookseller Independent Academic, Educational and Professional Publisher of the Year awards.
Content will be freely available across all subject areas, including: languages, literature, history, screen and media studies, visual culture, and planning. This varied collection ranges from over 90 years’ worth of Bulletin of Hispanic Studies to pioneering young titles such as Science Fiction Film and Television and Music, Sound and the Moving Image, and from over 100 years of Town Planning Review to its latest journals Quaker Studies, Studia Hibernica, and Journal of Romance Studies (2017).
LUP will not only be showcasing the richness and diversity of its journals publishing programme, but will also celebrate the press’ distinguished heritage with free access to its premium backfiles.
Content is available until midnight on Sunday 30th October simply by visiting http://online.liverpooluniversitypress.co.uk, with no further setup required.
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