To celebrate World Book Day, Liverpool University Press would like to give you the chance to win a copy of any of our books, from any of our subject areas, series, or partner presses. This year, World Book Day will be held on Thursday 4th March 2021. The charity largely focuses on children, aiming to … Continue reading
In partnership with ScienceOpen, the freely accessible interactive discovery platform, we are pleased to announce the launch of the Town Planning Review COVID-19 Viewpoint Series on ScienceOpen. Over 50 Viewpoints will be available in the collection, from thought leaders in both the academic and professional communities, looking at the impact of the pandemic on how … Continue reading
We hear from the Co-Editors of Town Planning Review, Daniel Baldwin Hess, Alex Lord, and John Sturzaker, Policy & Practice Editor, Olivier Sykes and Bertie Dockerill, Editorial Assistant, about putting the COVID-19 pandemic into perspective as urban planning scholars react to a changed world.
To accompany the relaunch of the 1995 Aboriginal Workers Special Issue of Labour History, we hear from Ann McGrath, Kay Saunders, and Jackie Huggins, the editors of the original issue, as they explain why it remains so relevant today and why now was the right time to bring it back in to focus. The reissue … Continue reading
We are delighted to announce the acquisition of two book series from Emerald Publishing to Liverpool University Press, which will be managed by our Editorial Director, Alison Welsby, with the series editors, Dr Brett Lashua (University College London) and Dr Stephen Wagg (De Montfort University). Liverpool Studies in Popular Music and Place looks at popular … Continue reading