Journals, Liverpool Interest, music, News

The Journal of Beatles Studies: issue one Call for Papers!

The Editors of The Journal of Beatles Studies invite submissions for the inaugural issue, Navigating and Narrating the Beatles: A Research Agenda for the 21st Century

Journals, Liverpool Interest, music, News

The Journal of Beatles Studies: a brand new Open Access journal

Liverpool University Press is delighted to announce the launch of a brand new open access journal, The Journal of Beatles Studies. The Journal of Beatles Studies is the first journal to establish The Beatles as an object of academic research, and will publish original, rigorously researched essays, notes, as well as book and media reviews.

Journals, News

Liverpool University Press launches LUP Open Planning: with archival access from 1910

Liverpool University Press is delighted to announce that it is offering (in partnership with Jisc for UK customers) a ‘subscribe to open’ transformative OA agreement for 2022 for the world’s oldest urban planning journal, Town Planning Review (TPR), and its sibling International Development Planning Review (IDPR).

History

South Africa: Between Hope and Reconciliation

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

Journals, Modern Languages, News

Introducing “Slavic Studies Goes Public – Who? What? Why? Where? When?”: a Modern Languages Open Special Collection

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