Author Antonia Wimbush offers an insight into issues of belonging, geographical mobility and the self in contemporary autofictional literature.
This month we launch a special collection in Slavic Studies at Modern Languages Open, comprising of six short essays and three critical-creative pieces. Victoria Donovan, James Rann, and Darya Tsymbalyuk, who guest edited the collection, explain how it came about and what it aims to achieve. The collection emerges from the British Academy-funded workshop “Slavic … Continue reading
Listen to the following chapters from My Black Stars for free below. This project was conducted with students from the Universities of Stirling and Strathclyde. Introduction Read by Lilian Thuram (in French) ‘Uproot the Tree of Slavery with me’: Toussaint Louverture Read by Emma Robinson (in English) The Poet of Paradise Lost: Phillis Wheatley Read by Kirsten … Continue reading
Liverpool University Press (LUP) is pleased to announce that it is adding to its existing Open Access (OA) publishing programmes this June, by launching an innovative monograph funding initiative. In partnership with COPIM, LUP will be rolling out an Opening the Future programme where they’ll offer libraries subscription/membership access to a choice of two modern language backlist series … Continue reading
To celebrate the launch of the new journal archives from Liverpool University Press, we hear from several journal editors on what they like best about looking back and reflecting on past journal issues, and why it’s great news for readers seeking historical research in the fields of Modern Languages and Political History. Political History Archive … Continue reading