History, News

LUP announces new Medieval and Early Modern History series

Liverpool University Press is pleased to announce a new series in medieval and early modern history, led by series editors Marios Costambeys and Martin Heale (University of Liverpool). Studies in Medieval and Early Modern Belief and Culture will publish monographs on topics relating to belief and culture, across a wide period from late antiquity to … Continue reading

Irish Studies, Literature, News

LUP announces new Irish Literature series

Liverpool University Press is pleased to announce a new series in Irish Literature, led by series editors Eve Patten (Trinity College Dublin), Frank Shovlin (University of Liverpool) and Tom Walker (Trinity College Dublin). Liverpool Studies in Irish Literature will offer insights into a diverse range of texts, themes, moments, figures and networks in Irish literature from c.1800 through … Continue reading

History, News

LUP Announces New Ancient History Series

Liverpool University Press is delighted to announce a new series in Ancient History, spearheaded by series editors Colin Adams (Liverpool), Fiona Hobden (Liverpool), Cristina Rosillo-López, (Universidad Pablo de Olavide, Sevilla) and Susan Mattern (Georgia), supported by an international editorial board. Liverpool Studies in Ancient History is a major new international series showcasing high quality research … Continue reading

Literature, News

Liverpool University Press to publish ‘Writers and their Work’ series

Northcote House Publishers and Liverpool University Press (LUP) have agreed a strategic partnership for the publication of the long-running series Writers and their Work. With immediate effect, LUP will assume responsibility for more than 400 backlist titles and a frontlist of around 10 new books a year. The partnership will also see the titles digitised and … Continue reading

Literature

Romantic Reconfigurations – Three key titles lined up to launch the series

Here at Liverpool University Press, we are excited to announce three forthcoming books in our brand new series:  Romantic Reconfigurations: Studies in Literature and Culture 1780‒1850.  Presenting ground-breaking approaches to the period in which Romantic writing was produced and consumed, the series will launch this autumn with Women’s Literary Networks and Romanticism: "A Tribe of Authoresses", edited … Continue reading