Call for Papers! Global Nineteenth-Century Studies: submissions invited to all standing sections.
To celebrate Pride Month 2021 a selection of articles from across our journals are available free to read. The chosen articles span a wide range of topics including queer film experience, the role social networking apps play in creating gay identity, the difficulties faced by lesbian asylum seekers, and the intersection between race and sexuality.
The latest issue of Theory and Struggle includes articles with a focus on COVID-19 and we asked the journal's editor Marjorie Mayo about the ways in which Marxist analysis can help examine the impact of the pandemic and its implications for the longer term.
International Archives Week 2021: free to read articles from 'Archives' and Comma
Liverpool University Press is delighted to announce it will publish a new journal, Global Nineteenth-Century Studies, from 2022. Global Nineteenth-Century Studies is a forum for scholars from a wide array of disciplines who share an interest in the world’s connectedness between 1780 and 1914. It will publish pioneering essays of transnational, comparative, transimperial, and transatlantic … Continue reading