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Announcing Ramsgate, the first publication in the Historic England and Liverpool University Press partnership

Liverpool University Press is pleased to announce the publication of the first book in our partnership with Historic England, Ramsgate: The Town and its Seaside Heritage by Geraint Franklin, with Nick Dermott and Allan Brodie. This attractively-illustrated book casts new light on Ramsgate’s rich maritime and seaside heritage. It charts the resort’s growth – and its colourful … Continue reading

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Where can you find our content?

LUP is committed to supporting the academic community and facilitating online learning during this difficult time. With many books and journals already available Open Access directly through our website, we wanted to let you know how else you can access our content. We also recently put together some useful links to new OA content for … Continue reading

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A History of England in 100 Places: a selection by Philip Wilkinson

A History of England in 100 Places: Irreplaceable is a unique history of England chosen and told by the people who live there. This Historic England book makes a great gift, and is currently 50% off in our winter sale. To celebrate this, author Philip Wilkinson has selected one place from each of the ten sections … Continue reading

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Survey of Exeter Cathedral Stained Glass using portable X-ray fluorescence (pXRF)

Glassworking in England from the 14th to the 20th Century is a detailed examination of the English glass industry with an emphasis on the archaeological evidence. Author David Dungworth is an archaeological scientist with over 25 years' experience of studying early metal and glass industries, and below discusses a recent survey of some of the … Continue reading

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The English Landscape Garden

The 18th-century phenomenon of the English Landscape Garden was so widespread that even today, when so much has been built over or otherwise changed, one is never far from an example throughout England. Michael Symes, author of The English Landscape Garden, has put together the below list of gardens featured in his book which can … Continue reading