For centuries it was known as “the Great Battle”. It was the event that brought England into existence. For centuries the location of Brunanburh was lost. “Now the search for Brunanburh is over”.
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
Liverpool University Press is delighted to announce its newest partnership with ScienceOpen, a freely accessible search and discovery platform that puts research in context. The partnership integrates new collections in humanities, social and life sciences. Placed in an interactive discovery environment on ScienceOpen, LUP will benefit from a complete infrastructure for preprints, open and closed … Continue reading
The 4th October 2019 marks 120 years exactly since the founding of Liverpool University Press, it also coincides with the publication of an article in the Times Higher this week that fails to answer its title: What is the point of a university press?
Liverpool University Press is delighted to announce the introduction of a Linguistics section to our open access platform, Modern Languages Open. The Linguistics Section will be edited by Nicola Bermingham (University of Liverpool), and will be supported by an Editorial Board which consists of Michelle Harrison (University of Leicester), Professor Kerstin Hoge (University of Oxford), … Continue reading