Thursday, 31 March 2011
The AAH 2011 conference kicks off today at The University of Warwick. As well as displaying a huge range of Art History titles, we'll also be launching Screen/Space, the latest title in the Rethinking Art's histories conference.
Visit our stand, and take advantage of some very generous conference discounts!
Monday, 28 March 2011
MUP's Revels Student Editions hit primetime ITV
The fifth series of hit drama Lewis has returned to ITV1 with Inspector Lewis and his partner Hathaway investigating more murders against the backdrop of the city of Oxford.
On 10th April, The White Devil by John Webster featured in an episode entitled 'Wild Justice' with a premise of Elizabethan and Jacobean revenge tragedy. Follow this link for more information on The Revels Student Editions to buy the book and to watch the episode.
Thursday, 17 March 2011
New Labour and the European Union
Dr Oliver Daddow
7th April 2011, The Federal Trust
Mary Sumner House,
24 Tufton Street,
Please email email@example.com if you would like to attend this launch event.
Volume 1 Issue 4 is now available to browse completely free of charge.
Ethnicity and Race in a Changing World is MUP's first open access journal. It's an international, multidisciplinary journal aimed at academics, undergraduates, postgraduates, researchers and practitioners in the field.
Tuesday, 15 March 2011
14 April – 11 September 2011
For the first time in over 50 years, the work of iconic artist Joan Miró (1893–1983) will be exhibited in the UK. The Tate Modern is providing a rare opportunity to enjoy over 150 paintings, drawings, sculptures by one of the leading artists of the early twentieth century.
Those interested in the work of Joan Miró should check out Fixed Ecstasy, by Charles Palermo. The book focuses on Miró's work and enterprises in the 1920s, and analyses some of the most important works of his career.
Friday, 4 March 2011
Launch event to coincide with the marking of twenty years since the formation of the Voluntary Action History Society (1991-2011)
An afternoon seminar on 18 April at LSE will include papers by Professor Bernard Harris (University of Southampton) and Associate Professor Melanie Oppenheimer (Beveridge and voluntary action in Britain and the wider British world).
For more information and to book a place please follow this link
Launch event for In Strange Countries: Middle English Literature and its Afterlife
John Anderson taught medieval literature at the University of Manchester for nearly 40 years. This book, edited by David Matthews, pays tribute to his career and its diverse interests.
Tuesday 8 March 2011, 6pm The International Anthony Burgess Foundation, Chorlton Mill, 3 Cambridge Street, Manchester