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Viewpoint: Thoughts on internationalism and planning

Town Planning Review 89.4 features 'Viewpoint: Thoughts on internationalism and planning' by Ben Davy. In Town Planning Review 90.1, the first issue of 2019, Klaus Kunzmann contributed his paper 'Viewpoint: Why not Italian? Differences matter! A comment on Ben Davy’s Viewpoint in TPR on ‘Thoughts on internationalism and planning’. Below, Ben Davy describes his paper … Continue reading

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Town Planning Review 90.1 Featured Article

The editors of Town Planning Review have selected "Why not Italian? Differences matter! A comment on Ben Davy’s Viewpoint in TPR on ‘Thoughts on internationalism and planning’" by Klaus R. Kunzmann as the Featured Article for 90.1. The paper will be free to access for a limited time here. When asked to describe the paper, … Continue reading

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The Indexer: The International Journal of Indexing has been accepted for inclusion in Scopus

The Content Selection & Advisory Board has advised that The Indexer has been accepted for inclusion in SCOPUS, the largest abstract and citation database of peer-reviewed literature. The Indexer, published by the Society of Indexers and Liverpool University Press on behalf of indexing societies worldwide, seeks to cover the full range of subjects, from articles … Continue reading

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LUP has partnered with Enago, providing professional language editing services for our Planning journals

Liverpool University Press is pleased to offer English editing services to LUP authors around the world in partnership with Enago, one of the world’s leading academic editing service providers. Enago's service can help to improve the quality of manuscripts submitted to the press, especially authors for whom English is not the first language. The service … Continue reading

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Journal of Romance Studies: Editor’s Choice

The Journal of Romance Studies, published in association with the Institute of Modern Languages Research, will be published by Liverpool University Press from 2017. To celebrate, the editor has chosen a selection of some of the most notable and influential articles from the journal’s history, which Liverpool University Press is delighted to make available free of charge … Continue reading