Peter Lang at the NECS-European Network for Cinema and Media Studies conference

Lucy Melville, Publishing Director at Peter Lang Oxford, will be attending the NECS-Network for Cinema and Media Studies conference at the Université Sorbonne Nouvelle-Paris 3 between 29 June and 1 July. Lucy would be happy to meet conference attendees at the Peter Lang bookstand in the publishers’ forum. A selection of our latest publications in film … Continue reading

Book launches at the NECS-European Network for Cinema and Media Studies conference

  We are delighted to announce that two of our recent publications will be launched at the European Network for Cinema and Media Studies (NECS) conference in Paris. The books to be launched are Between Categories: The Films of Margaret Tait: Portrait, Poetry, Sound and Place by Sarah Neely and (Re)imagining African Independence: Film, Visual Arts … Continue reading

David Jacques on BBC Radio 4: ‘The Stonehenge Tunnel’

Series editor David Jacques, Blick Mead project director, responds to plans for the Stonehenge tunnel on the BBC Radio 4 programme Making History: The Stonehenge Tunnel. To listen to the broadcast, click here. For information about his series co-edited with Graeme Davis, Studies in the British Mesolithic and Neolithic, click here.

New book series: Medical Humanities: Criticism & Creativity

Peter Lang Oxford is pleased to announce the launch of the new book series   Medical Humanities: Criticism & Creativity   Edited by Maria Vaccarella (University of Bristol) and Kimberly R. Myers (Penn State College of Medicine) This series showcases innovative research, creativity and pedagogy in the interdisciplinary field of medical humanities. Books in the … Continue reading

New book series: Documentary Film Cultures

Peter Lang Oxford is pleased to announce the launch of the new book series   Documentary Film Cultures     Edited by Dafydd Sills-Jones (Aberystwyth University) and Pietari Kääpä (University of Warwick) This series provides a space for exploring the development of documentary film cultures in the contemporary context. The series takes an ecological approach … Continue reading

Paul Campbell interviewed on @BBCRadio4 ‘Thinking Allowed’

Paul Ian Campbell, winner of the British Sociological Association Philip Abrams Memorial Prize for his book Football, Ethnicity and Community: The Life of an African-Caribbean Football Club, was interviewed about his research on @BBCRadio4 ‘Thinking Allowed’ in a broadcast on ‘Sport and Philosophy – Inside an African-Caribbean Football Club’. Click here to listen to the … Continue reading

Oliver Ready speaking at Pushkin House in London

Oliver Ready, author of Persisting in Folly: Russian Writers in Search of Wisdom, 1963-2013, will be speaking about his book at the Pushkin House in London on Tuesday 20 June 2017. The title of his talk will be ‘Schools for Fools? The Cult of Folly in Recent Russian Writing’. Click here to register for the … Continue reading

Poèmes et Aphorismes (1989–2015) published

Voici enfin les œuvres poétiques de 1989 à 2015 de Giovanna. Poète et peintre flamboyante, admirée de quelques-uns des plus grands poètes et peintres du siècle, de Henri Michaux à François Rouan et Pierre Alechinsky, aux côtés d’Hervé Télémaque, de Gherasim Luca et du dernier groupe surréaliste, elle peut enfin être lue et relue, et … Continue reading

Carl Wilhelm Frölich’s «On Man and his Circumstances» published

This book includes both the original German version and, for the first time, an English translation of Carl Wilhelm Frölich’s important essay of 1792, which Georg Foster praised as «one of the rarest creations of our time, the work of a young, right-thinking and sensitive man.» Published anonymously, Frölich’s treatise consists of ten Platonic-like dialogues … Continue reading

Contemporary Writing and the Politics of Space published

This collective volume explores questions of space in contemporary literary texts from a range of theoretical perspectives. In addition to mapping the «spatial turn» in literary and cultural studies, this volume also brings together studies that apply spatial theory to the analysis of literary texts. Contributors tackle a broad range of themes, including how prose … Continue reading

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