S.C. Kaplan takes us through her experience writing Women's Libraries in Late Medieval Bourbonnais, Burgundy, and France: A Family Affair. This new book is about women's reading and their intellectual influence--on each other, but also on the men around them and on the different French-speaking courts more generally--as demonstrated through the literature that they shared with … Continue reading
Q&A With Éamon Ó Cofaigh, author of A Vehicle for Change
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.
Q&A with Lisa Algazi Marcus, author of Mother’s Milk and Male Fantasy in Nineteenth-Century French Narrative
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.
Fighting Racism, American Soccer and European Resistance: Lilian Thuram talks to Sports Illustrated
In a recent interview originally published in Sports Illustrated, Thuram discusses his involvement with America's growing initiative, Black Players for Change and European football's ongoing struggles with racism.
Liverpool University Press is delighted to announce a new series editor for Studies in Modern and Contemporary France
We are pleased to announce that Dr. Siham Bouamer is joining the team of editors for our Studies in Modern and Contemporary France book series.