This month sees the launch of a new special collection on Modern Languages Open that rethinks methodological approaches in sociolinguistics since Covid 19. The collection includes cutting-edge contributions from the postgraduate community that explore novel ways of applying research methods in a rapidly evolving research climate. Here, the co-editors of the collection, Nicola Bermingham, Stefania Tufi, and Claire Nance explain the research context and thinking that informs this collection of essays.
Modern Languages Open to launch a Linguistics Section
Liverpool University Press is delighted to announce the introduction of a Linguistics section to our open access platform, Modern Languages Open. The Linguistics Section will be edited by Nicola Bermingham (University of Liverpool), and will be supported by an Editorial Board which consists of Michelle Harrison (University of Leicester), Professor Kerstin Hoge (University of Oxford), … Continue reading
The Liverpool English Dictionary – In conversation with Tony Crowley
Tony Crowley is transforming our understanding of the history of Liverpool, one word at a time. To celebrate the launch of The Liverpool English Dictionary, we quizzed him on the evolution of language in Liverpool and his favourite 'Scouse' words. Tweet your pictures of Liverpool to @livunipress by 25th October for a chance to win a free copy … Continue reading
LUP to publish the Journal of Romance Studies from 2017
Liverpool University Press is delighted to announce that from 2017, it will be publishing the Journal of Romance Studies on behalf of the Institute of Modern Languages Research (IMLR). The Journal of Romance Studies (JRS) promotes innovative critical work in the areas of linguistics, literature, performing and visual arts, media, material culture, intellectual and cultural history, critical … Continue reading