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Star Wars: the evolution of the Death Star reflects Hollywood’s growing fears of a climate apocalypse

This piece was originally published on The Conversation.  Design for the ultimate Death Star – Star Wars: Rogue One. Lucasfilms/20th Century Fox Science fiction films are rarely about the future. Their distant planets and remote time periods instead seem to reflect upon the concerns and anxieties of the contemporary moment. For instance, 1978’s Invasion of the Bodysnatchers played … Continue reading

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LUP Journals now indexed in the Cabells Whitelist

We are pleased to announce that Romani Studies, International Development Planning Review, Labour History: A Journal of Labour and Social History, Labour History Review, European Journal of Language Policy, Comma, The Indexer, and Archives are now indexed in the Cabells Whitelist. The Cabells Whitelist is a curated list of over 11,000 academic journals spanning 18 disciplines guides researchers and institutions in getting … Continue reading

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Important Update to LUP Subscriptions

A major change with Liverpool University Press subscriptions is taking place. From 1st August 2019 our subscriptions order processing and distribution will be managed by Liverpool University Press. This means that all subscriptions related queries should be sent to LUP directly using the contact details below: Email: subscriptions@liverpool.ac.uk Tel: 0151 795 1080 (Monday to Friday, … Continue reading

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Town Planning Review 90.4 Featured Article

The editors of Town Planning Review have selected ‘Change in the political economy of land value capture in England' by Philip Catney and John Henneberry as the Featured Article for Town Planning Review 90.4. The paper will be free to access for a limited time here. When asked to describe the paper and highlight its importance, the authors stated … Continue reading

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International Development Planning Review 41.3 Featured Article

The editors of International Development Planning Review have selected ‘An introduction to planning China's communities: between people and place’ by Nick R. Smith, Daniel B. Abramson, and Mi Shih as the Featured Article for IDPR 41.3. The paper will be free to access for a limited time here. When asked to describe the paper and … Continue reading