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LUP: Open With Purpose

As a non-commercial university press, we are committed to Open Access. This year has seen exciting new developments in areas of our OA content and 2021 will see the introduction of two new OA journals. To celebrate Open Access Week 2020, we’d like to shine a light on our OA content that aims to make … Continue reading

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International Development Planning Review 42.4 Featured Article

The editors of International Development Planning Review (IDPR) have selected 'Childcare & Academia: an intervention' as the Featured Article for IDPR 42.4, written by Jessica Hope, Charlotte Lemanski, Tanja Bastia, Nina Moeller, Paula Meth, and Glyn Williams.  The paper will be free to access for a limited time on the IDPR journal webpage. When asked … Continue reading

Journals, Modern Languages

Modern Languages Open launches new Special Collection, The Global Crisis in Memory

Modern Languages Open, a fully Open Access platform, is pleased to announce the launch of its newest collection, The global crisis in memory: populism, decolonisation and how we remember in the twenty-first century. Guest edited by Eva Spišiaková, Charles Forsdick, and James Mark, the special collection looks at populism, decolonisation and how we remember in … Continue reading


*Deadline now passed* Job Vacancy: Marketing Assistant

Please note the deadline for applications for this job have now passed. Widely recognized for its progressive and energetic approach to publishing, Liverpool University Press (LUP) is an award-winning scholarly publisher, producing 150 books every year, 37 academic journals and 5 digital collections. The Press has grown significantly in recent years and is based in … Continue reading


Town Planning Review 91.4 Featured Article

The editors of Town Planning Review (TPR) have selected the following paper as the Featured Article in TPR 91.4. This paper will be free to access for a limited time: 'The Bristol Green Capital Partnership: an exemplar of reflexive governance for sustainable urban development?' by Aksel Ersoy and Stephen Hall.  When asked to describe the paper … Continue reading