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LUP walks to Paris…

From February 1st 2021, Liverpool University Press staff will be collectively walking the 430 miles from our offices to Paris. This past year has been tough for everyone, and awareness of wellbeing in the workplace is vital now more than ever. Taking care of employees’ wellbeing can help decrease stress and increase performance. With wellbeing … Continue reading

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New Program Encourages Transnational Collaboration Among Scholarly Publishers

PRESSES IN SOUTH AFRICA, UGANDA, UK, AND US SET TO PARTICIPATE The Association of University Presses (AUPresses) has launched a pilot program that seeks to deepen transnational dialogue and collaboration among mission-driven scholarly publishers. The AUPresses Global Partner Program will pair member presses with non-member presses in Africa, Asia, the Caribbean, and Latin America, aiming … Continue reading

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Liverpool University Press and Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University in new imprint partnership

The award-winning UK publisher Liverpool University Press and the largest international joint venture university in China, Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University based in Suzhou, are delighted to announce the launch of a new imprint.

Modern Languages, News

Derek Schilling joins Contemporary French and Francophone Cultures Editorial Board

Liverpool University Press is delighted to announce that Professor Derek Schilling will be joining the Editorial Board of Contemporary French and Francophone Cultures. Derek Schilling is Professor of French at Johns Hopkins University, where he teaches courses in modern and contemporary literature and film and directs the Centre pluridisciplinaire Louis Marin. He holds a co-ordinated … Continue reading

History, Liverpool Interest

The contribution of Black seafarers to British maritime history – in conversation with Ray Costello

 The Black Salt exhibition at the Liverpool Maritime Museum is due to reveal the contribution Black seafarers to some of the most significant maritime events of the past 500 years. To celebrate its opening we spoke to Ray Costello, author of the accompanying book Black Salt: Seafarers of African Descent on British Ships about the roles of and experiences of Black … Continue reading