Journals, Modern Languages

From 1923 to 2023: 100 Years of the Bulletin of Hispanic Studies

This year the Bulletin of Hispanic Studies reaches 100 years of the journal’s existence. To mark this centenary year, general editors Claire Taylor (Bulletin of Hispanic Studies) and Diana Cullell (Bulletin of Contemporary Hispanic Studies) take us back to 1923 and through the Bulletin's illustrious history as the first journal in Hispanism published in the UK. To celebrate this milestone birthday a selection of articles from the Bulletin of Hispanic Studies (BHS) archive and the first issue of Bulletin of Contemporary Hispanic Studies (BCHS) will be available free to read for a limited time.

Journals, Literature, Poetry

The Byron Journal celebrates 50th Anniversary Milestone

The Byron Journal has reached an impressive milestone this month with the publication of its 50th issue. To celebrate, we're sharing a selection of Free to Read articles for the month alongside books about the poet. Take a look via the LUP blog:

History, Journals, Political History, postcolonial studies

Looking Ahead After 60 Years: ‘Labour History: A Journal of Labour and Social History’ marks its 60th anniversary

This year Labour History: a Journal of Labour and Social History marks its 60th anniversary with a mix of reminiscence and anticipation in its latest issue. To mark the occasion, Editor Diane Kirkby has selected articles from past issues of the journal which will be available free to read for the next month.


Liverpool University Press: Forward-looking for 120 years

This year Liverpool University Press will be 120 years old. The UK’s third oldest university press, after Oxford and Cambridge, came into being on the 4th October 1899 with its founding Secretary/Director an Irish immigrant to Liverpool ‘possessed (of) a semi-divine inspiration, being endowed with a fertile imagination and a robust constitution,’  who left school … Continue reading