Geoffrey Hill published

Geoffrey Hill (1932–2016) was often hailed as one of the most important – and one of the most difficult – poets of his lifetime. This book is a timely investigation into a writer whose work seems simultaneously to invite analysis and to refuse explanations of its sensuous, allusive language. It provides an introduction to Hill’s … Continue reading

Un Irlandais à Paris published

    À travers la biographie de John Patrick Leonard transparaît une histoire des relations franco-irlandaises au XIXe siècle. Professeur d’anglais dans un collège parisien, il mène une vie honorable et conforme aux normes de la société française. Il utilise habilement les réseaux qu’il s’est constitué dans différents milieux, au sein de l’aristocratie et de … Continue reading

Facing Poverty and Marginalization published

A long history of poverty, discrimination, colonialism and struggle for social justice has provided, over the last fifty years, the context for the development of a vast amount of critical scholarship targeting marginalization in Brazil: Freireian pedagogics, theology of liberation, critical sociology, anthropology and ethnomathematics, critical social psychology and discourse analysis. Most of this scholarship … Continue reading

Diversity and Intersectionality published

This volume brings together two core concepts that are central to understanding the social and public significance of religions and theologies within the contemporary world and are therefore of key importance to the discipline of religious education: diversity and intersectionality. Religious diversity requires an understanding of religions and theologies and their roles within a plural … Continue reading

Aristotle on the Meaning of Man published

Why was (and is) Aristotle “right” and why are we “wrong”? In other words, why are Aristotle’s philosophical reflections on man and the world full, real, and convincing and why is so much of our modern philosophy partial and false? This work offers a detailed assessment of Aristotle’s thought in response to these questions. Using … Continue reading

Comparative Law for Legal Translators published

One of the central challenges facing translators of legal texts is the ability to fully understand the requirements of the various legal systems worldwide. In this respect, comparative law plays an important role in legal translation, as it allows for the identification of similarities and differences among legal systems. While the practice of legal translation … Continue reading

New book series: Global Literary Modernisms

Peter Lang Oxford is delighted to announce the launch of the new book series:   Global Literary Modernisms   Series Editors: Professor Gregory Castle, Arizona State University Professor Alex Davis, University College Cork Professor Lee Jenkins, University College Cork   The Global Literary Modernisms series provides a platform for literary scholarship on modernism across genres … Continue reading

Book launch: Experiencing Music – Restoring the Spiritual: Music as Wellbeing

Experiencing Music – Restoring the Spiritual: Music as Wellbeing by Reverend Professor June Boyce-Tillman will be launched on 25 September at St James’s Piccadilly in London. For more information about attending the launch, please click here. This launch of Experiencing Music will explore the variety of ways that music can put us in touch with … Continue reading

2016 Peter Lang Young Scholars Competition in Linguistics – deadline 30 September

Peter Lang Oxford is delighted to announce the 2016 Peter Lang Young Scholars Competition in Linguistics. Proposals are invited from early career scholars ­in Linguistics for academic monographs to be evaluated by a distinguished editorial board. The winner of the competition will receive a contract to publish the volume with Peter Lang. Proposals for the … Continue reading

Trevor Cooling interviewed about Christian Faith in English Church Schools

  Author Trevor Cooling has been interviewed by Beth Green, director of education research at the Canadian thinktank Cardus. Trevor spoke to Beth about his new book Christian Faith in English Church Schools, which investigates a novel approach to Christian education called ‘What If Learning’. To read the interview, please click here. To find out … Continue reading

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