News

LUP walks to Paris…

From February 1st 2021, Liverpool University Press staff will be collectively walking the 430 miles from our offices to Paris. This past year has been tough for everyone, and awareness of wellbeing in the workplace is vital now more than ever. Taking care of employees’ wellbeing can help decrease stress and increase performance. With wellbeing … Continue reading

News

New Program Encourages Transnational Collaboration Among Scholarly Publishers

PRESSES IN SOUTH AFRICA, UGANDA, UK, AND US SET TO PARTICIPATE The Association of University Presses (AUPresses) has launched a pilot program that seeks to deepen transnational dialogue and collaboration among mission-driven scholarly publishers. The AUPresses Global Partner Program will pair member presses with non-member presses in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, and Latin America, aiming … Continue reading

Journals, News

Now available on ScienceOpen: Town Planning Review COVID-19 Viewpoint Series

In partnership with ScienceOpen, the freely accessible interactive discovery platform, we are pleased to announce the launch of the Town Planning Review COVID-19 Viewpoint Series on ScienceOpen. Over 50 Viewpoints will be available in the collection, from thought leaders in both the academic and professional communities, looking at the impact of the pandemic on how … Continue reading

News, Poetry

How To Wash A Heart wins T.S. Eliot Prize 2020

We're delighted to announce that Bhanu Kapil's How To Wash A Heart, published by Pavilion Poetry, has won the T.S. Eliot Prize 2020. Prize chair Lavinia Greenlaw said: "Our shortlist celebrated the ways in which poetry is responding to profound change, and the stylistic freedom that today’s poets have claimed. From this impressive field, we … Continue reading

Art, Journals, News

Call for Papers! Sculpture Journal invites proposals for a Special Issue: Sculpture, Iconoclasm and Facing History.

The editorial team of Sculpture Journal invites submissions for a special issue entitled Sculpture, Iconoclasm and Facing History. The team stated the following in relation to the special issue: On 7 June 2020, a statue of slave trader Edward Colston was pushed into the Avon River in Bristol, England in a highly publicized instance of … Continue reading