New publication: A Poetics of Dissensus

Twenty years after the peace process began in the North of Ireland, many thorny political issues remain unresolved. One of the most significant questions involves the means by which acts of violence and the ideologies that subtended them can be dealt with, interrogated and questioned without rekindling conflict. This book focuses on a number of … Continue reading

Christe Eleison! author writes guest blog on the Oxford Christian Network

James F. Wellington, author of  Christe Eleison! The Invocation of Christ in Eastern Monastic Psalmody c. 350-450, has posted an article titled ‘How We Pray the Psalms’ on the Oxford Christian Network website. Read the article here. For centuries the Jesus Prayer has been leading Orthodox Christians beyond the language of liturgy and the representations … Continue reading

Book launches for Nation, Memory and Great War Commemoration

Nation, Memory and Great War Commemoration: Mobilizing the Past in Europe, Australia and New Zealand, edited by Shanti Sumartojo and Ben Wellings, was launched in Canberra and Melbourne on the anniversary of the start of the First World War. Their book is available for purchase here. The first launch took place on Monday 4 August … Continue reading

Editor of Japan Copes with Calamity to speak at the Japan Foundation in London

Professor Tom Gill, co-editor of the Japan Copes with Calamity: Ethnographies of the Earthquake, Tsunami and Nuclear Disasters of March 2011, will speak at the Japan Foundation in London on ‘Nagadoro: Rural life after the Fukushima Nuclear Disaster’. Since the Fukushima nuclear disaster of March 2011, Professor Tom Gill (Meiji Gakuin University) has made some … Continue reading

How Pilots Live author on the Qatar Airways flight and air travel safety

Dr Simon Bennett, author of How Pilots Live, has published an article on The Conversation (UK) website titled ‘RAF Typhoons serve up a reminder that air travel is safer than ever‘. Read the article here. How Pilots Live paints a detailed picture of commercial pilot lifestyle, from the struggle to pay for training to time … Continue reading

Author of How Pilots Live responds to flight MH17

Dr Simon Bennett, author of How Pilots Live, has published an article on the London School of Economics website titled ‘The lesson from flight MH17 is that in a time of war, safety must come before the profits of airlines’.  Read the article here. How Pilots Live paints a detailed picture of commercial pilot lifestyle, … Continue reading

British Association for Applied Linguistics Conference 2014

            We are pleased to announce that Peter Lang will be attending the annual conference of the British Association for Applied Linguistics, taking place at the University of Warwick, 4-6 September 2014. Please drop by the stand to browse our latest publications in Linguistics. Commissioning Editor Laurel Plapp will be … Continue reading

German Studies Association Conference 2014

          We are pleased to announce that Peter Lang will be attending the annual conference of the German Studies Association, taking place in Kansas City, Missouri, on 18-21 September 2014. Please drop by the stand to browse our latest publications in German Studies, including recent volumes from our series German Visual Culture, Women in … Continue reading

Interesting Literature

A Library of Literary Interestingness

WRITER'S BLOG

Annette J. Dunlea Irish Writer

The Oxford Culture Review

"I have nothing to say, and I am saying it" - John Cage

bafricabotswana

this is still under construction, the main purpose of this blog is to correct and share valid information about africa, its people and culture

The Oxford International Art Fair

Oxford International Art Fair 2017 - Oxford Town Hall