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.
Our latest publication in the Studies in Modern and Contemporary France series, A Vehicle for Change, looks at popular representations of the automobile in 20th-Century France. Its author, Éamon Ó Cofaigh, takes a seat for an exclusive Q&A for the LUP blog.
The latest in our Q&A series sees Dr Lisa Algazi Marcus talk about her new monograph, 'Mother’s Milk and Male Fantasy in Nineteenth-Century French Narrative', discussing the role of breastfeeding in nineteenth-century France and its representations in literature of the period.
In this exclusive commentary, Coletta revisits the central ideas explored in her book, Decadent Modernity, discussing the bright side of modernity, analysing the complexities and contradictions of our fast-changing world and the idea of ‘Latin America’ as a geo-political region.
We are delighted to announce that from 2022, The T. S. Eliot Studies Annual will join forces with the International T. S. Eliot Society to be published as a journal by Clemson University Press in association with Liverpool University Press.