The team at Liverpool University Press are thrilled to announce that our Opening the Future library membership programme has reached the threshold needed to begin funding its first two titles, made fully open access through subscribing libraries’ memberships.
New to the blog: “Given that development research is almost exclusively focused on countries in the so-called global South and on Southern issues of inequity as lived by bodies racialised as Black and Brown, the treatment of people who we call ‘southern researchers’ is particularly noteworthy and egregious”- Kamna Patel and Ala’a Shehabi on their article 'The value of development researchers: structural racism, universities and UK Overseas Development Assistance (ODA)', the latest Featured Article from IDPR, available #FreetoRead.
As part of our Spotlight on Ancient Objects, enjoy a discount on selected books and free access to a selection of articles from across our journals, available until April 30th 2022.
Featured in The T.S. Eliot Studies Annual, Volume 3: "Projections in the Haiku Manner": Richard Wright, T. S. Eliot, and Transpacific Modernism. Available free to read for a limited time.
New to the blog: “This paper is borne out of my simultaneous fascination and frustration with the Sustainable Development Goals”- Stephanie Butcher on her article 'Urban equality and the SDGs', the latest Featured Article from IDPR, available #FreetoRead.