Irish Studies

New and forthcoming in Irish Studies

We were really looking forward to the British Association for Irish Studies (BAIS) conference, so we’re delighted to see that the conference is still taking place online throughout the month of May. We thought this was a good opportunity to share our conference discount online and remind you about the 50% discount across all ebooks. … Continue reading

Art, Birds, Enlightenment, Heritage and Landscape, History, Irish Studies, Jewish Studies, Journals, Literature, Liverpool Interest, Modern Languages, News, Poetry, postcolonial studies

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

Irish Studies

Middle-Class Life in Victorian Belfast – In Conversation with Alice Johnson

Middle-Class Life in Victorian Belfast, the latest addition to the Reappraisals in Irish History series, is a vivid reconstruction of Belfast’s middle classes c.1830 to c.1890, exploring society, culture and lifestyle. We spoke to author Alice Johnson to learn more. Could you tell us a bit about Middle-Class Life in Victorian Belfast and what drew you to focus … Continue reading

Irish Studies

Linenopolis, loyalism and literary afterlives… upcoming books in our Irish list

October is Irish Studies month at #LUP120, and here’s a sneak preview of three titles appearing in Spring 2020. The Literary Afterlives of Roger Casement, 1899-2016 by Alison Garden explores the literary and cultural legacy of one of Ireland’s most enigmatic and controversial figures. Casement can be found in the most curious of places: from … Continue reading

Irish Studies, Literature, News

LUP announces new Irish Literature series

Liverpool University Press is pleased to announce a new series in Irish Literature, led by series editors Eve Patten (Trinity College Dublin), Frank Shovlin (University of Liverpool) and Tom Walker (Trinity College Dublin). Liverpool Studies in Irish Literature will offer insights into a diverse range of texts, themes, moments, figures and networks in Irish literature from c.1800 through … Continue reading