As part of our Spotlight on The Female Voice, enjoy free access to a selection of articles from across our journals, available until March 31st 2021.
Liverpool University Press is delighted to announce a new series in ancient history, encompassing all women from all ancient cultures, and all areas of the world, from approximately 4000 BCE to 800 CE. Led by Series Editors Virginia Campbell, Amy Gansell, Greg Gilles, Irene Salvo, Rebecca Usherwood and Lewis Webb, it will publish monographs and … Continue reading
To wrap up Women's History Month, we've pulled together some recently published and forthcoming titles written by and about inspiring women. Keep reading to find out more about these exciting works! In the Footsteps of Flora Tristan by Máire Fedelma Cross In the Footsteps of Flora Tristan is the first ever study devoted to Jules … Continue reading
Ahead of the launch of Women of the Country House in Ireland, 1860-1914, author Maeve O'Riordan discusses the various experiences of women among the Irish Ascendancy, from financial freedom to their own observations of motherhood. Women of the Country House in Ireland 1860-1914 reveals the lives of the women among the Irish Ascendancy. How did you go about … Continue reading
This International Women's Day we're paying homage to the contribution of women to academia by celebrating the work and achievements of our female authors. To capture the spirit of the event, we've put together a selection of interviews and original pieces by our female authors alongside the women's studies titles to watch in 2018... Irish … Continue reading