History

Women’s History Month 2020

To wrap up Women's History Month, we've pulled together some recently published and forthcoming titles written by and about inspiring women. Keep reading to find out more about these exciting works! In the Footsteps of Flora Tristan by Máire Fedelma Cross In the Footsteps of Flora Tristan is the first ever study devoted to Jules … 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

History

New titles for Byzantinists

As the Society for the Promotion of Byzantine Studies Spring Symposium has unfortunately been postponed until 2021, we wanted to share some details of our new titles which we were planning on bringing to the SPBS. With new titles in our Translated Texts for Byzantinists series, as well as Translated Texts for Historians, and our … Continue reading

History, News, Poetry

Liverpool University Press publishes first audiobook

Liverpool University Press is pleased to announce the publication of its first audiobook: The Poems of the Pearl Manuscript in Modern English Prose Translation. The audiobook is based on Malcolm Andrew and Ronald Waldron’s fifth edition of the work, and will be available as a whole and also as the four individual poems in the … Continue reading

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‘Why the French Hate Doggie Bags’ – In Conversation with Janet Beizer

'Why the French Hate Doggie Bags', first published in Contemporary French Civilization, Volume 42, Issue 3-4, examines the negative publicity attached to taking home leftovers from restaurants in France, and has a rising Altmetric score of 196. We spoke to the author, Janet Beizer, to find out more about the article.  Firstly, could you tell … Continue reading