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.
For the latest interview in the series, we chatted to Martha Sprackland, author of Citadel (2020) to discuss her collection, collective anxiety, psychedelic experiences and visual art, examining how these interplay within her recent writing.
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
For August we are putting a spotlight on Mobility and Migration in our books, journals, and digital collections.
Featured in Town Planning Review 93.3: 'Ethical principles in an increasingly diverse planning profession: the potential impact of different types of planners' by Hannah Hickman and John Sturzaker.