History, Journals, Literature, News

Celebrating Disability History Month 2022

From 16th November to 16th December 2022 it is Disability History Month throughout the UK, with events throughout the month celebrating the themes of Disability, Health and Wellbeing. To mark this, the team at Liverpool University Press have put together a curated reading list full of OA and free to read content.

Journals, Literature

T. S. Eliot Studies Annual: Frances Dickey in conversation with Jahan Ramazani

Volume 4 of the T. S. Eliot Studies Annual celebrates the centenary of The Waste Land, with free to read articles and an exclusive Q&A with our contributor, Jahan Ramazani.

Journals, Literature

Reading and Changing Social Attitudes to Disability: The 50th Issue of JLCDS

To celebrate the 50th issue of the Journal of Literary and Cultural Disability Studies, Professor David Bolt discusses some of the recent work undertaken by the Centre for Culture and Disability Studies alongside the journal published by Liverpool University Press, playing testament to their wider reach engagement across the Higher Education sector and beyond.

Film studies, Literature

The Continuing Relevance of Mr Freedom

When I wrote my book on William Klein's Mr. Freedom (1969), I was mostly interested in the way it related to the American cinematic tradition. Although I did try to show how the film arose from a broader narrative history – including literature and poetry – my focus was on how it helps us understand … Continue reading

Journals, Literature, Poetry

Meet the Editors of The T. S. Eliot Studies Annual

Meet the Editors of The T. S. Eliot Studies Annual, Julia E. Daniel and Frances Dickey, and get a preview of what’s to come in future issues in the first of a series of videos that will see Julia and Frances chatting with contributors across each volume of the Annual.