The team at Liverpool University Press are thrilled to announce that our Opening the Future library membership programme has reached the threshold needed to begin funding its first two titles, made fully open access through subscribing libraries’ memberships.
is month, we're showcasing our titles from the Liverpool Latin American Studies collection which, along with all the titles from the Contemporary Hispanic and Lusophone series, are included within our Open Access initiative, Opening the Future.
Providing information to direct libraries and institutions (as well as individuals) to the relevant OA initiatives, this article helps organisations to make informed decisions on funding, and to spread awareness of the numerous benefits offered by OA in education more widely.
An article co-authored by Anthony Cond, CEO of Liverpool University Press was published recently in leading industry magazine, 'Research Information'. With the recent awareness of the benefits of Open Access publications being showcased throughout #OpenAccessWeek2021, the article discusses some of the more recent developments in OA legislation, considering its impact on the academic publishing industry going forward.
Published as part of the Sustainable History Monograph Pilot, Improvising Reconciliation turns to the cultural sphere in South Africa in order to rethink reconciliation. In this blog post, author Ed Charlton discusses the hopeful visions and the sense of doubt in South Africa's reconciliation. Thirty years after apartheid’s end, much has changed in South Africa. But … Continue reading