Journals, News

Liverpool University Press announces new partnership with ScienceOpen

Liverpool University Press is delighted to announce its newest partnership with ScienceOpen, a freely accessible search and discovery platform that puts research in context. The partnership integrates new collections in humanities, social and life sciences. Placed in an interactive discovery environment on ScienceOpen, LUP will benefit from a complete infrastructure for preprints, open and closed … Continue reading

Journals, News

LUP Journals now indexed in the Cabells Whitelist

We are pleased to announce that Romani Studies, International Development Planning Review, Labour History: A Journal of Labour and Social History, Labour History Review, European Journal of Language Policy, Comma, The Indexer, and Archives are now indexed in the Cabells Whitelist. The Cabells Whitelist is a curated list of over 11,000 academic journals spanning 18 disciplines guides researchers and institutions in getting … Continue reading

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Liverpool University Press launch Using Primary Sources on Manifold

In 2018, Liverpool University Press was selected as one of ten presses – and the only press based in Europe – for funded training and installation of the Manifold platform for the publication of networked and enhanced ebooks. Developed by the University of Minnesota Press, the GC Digital Scholarship Lab at the Graduate Center of … Continue reading

Irish Studies, News

Moving Histories author Jennifer Redmond attends International Women’s Day event with the President of Ireland

On Friday 8th March 2019, Moving Histories author Jennifer Redmond was invited to an event with President Higgins to celebrate “Women In The Sciences” for International Women's Day at Áras an Uachtaráin. The reception at Áras an Uachtaráin aimed to apply the 2019 theme of  #BalanceforBetter to the realm of academia, highlighting the benefit of diversity … Continue reading

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Fabrizio Nevola joins Exeter Studies in Medieval Europe as Series Editor

Liverpool University Press is delighted to announce that Professor Fabrizio Nevola is joining Exeter Studies in Medieval Europe as a series editor. Fabrizio Nevola is Professor of Art History and Visual Culture at the University of Exeter, and Director of the Centre for Early Modern Studies at Exeter. He has held research fellowships at the University of … Continue reading