InHabit launched @TORCHOxford

InHabit: People, Places and Possessions, edited by Antony Buxton, Linda Hulin and Jane Anderson, was launched on 3 May 2017 at The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities  (TORCH). It was featured as part of the Centre’s fortnightly book discussion ‘Book at Lunchtime’. The event was chaired by Elleke Boehmer, Director of TORCH and Professor of World … Continue reading

History and Fiction is shortlisted for the William Atheling Jr Award – Congratulations, @GillianPolack!

History and Fiction: Writers, their Research, Worlds and Stories by Gillian Polack has been shortlisted for the William Atheling Jr Award for Criticism or Review, part of the Australian SF (‘Ditmar’) Awards 2017. Congratulations, Gillian! The full shortlist for the 2017 awards are available here, including Gillian’s nomination under the ‘Best Novel’ category, as well! … 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

Crossing Borders published

In the twentieth century, the boundaries between different literary genres started to be questioned, raising a discussion about the various narrative modes of factual and fictional discourses. Moving on from the limited traditional studies of genre definitions, this book argues that the borders between these two types of discourse depend on complex issues of epistemology, … Continue reading

France and Ireland: Notes and Narratives reviewed in the Irish Times

France and Ireland: Notes and Narratives, edited by Una Hunt and Mary Pierse, was reviewed by Professor Harry White in the Irish Times on Friday 22 January. Click here to read the review.   The rich association between Ireland and France is embodied in music, art and creative writing from both countries and this collection … Continue reading

Spatial Perspectives published

This interdisciplinary collection explores the dynamic relationship between literature and architecture from the mid-nineteenth century to the present. Contributions take the reader on a journey through unexplored byways, from Istanbul to New York to London, from event spaces to domestic interiors to the fictional buildings of the novel. Topics include the building of imaginary spaces, … Continue reading

Book launch: Spaces of the Book #AcBookWeek

On Wednesday 11 November, Spaces of the Book was launched at the Oxfam Bookshop St Giles in an event co-organized by Peter Lang Oxford as part of Academic Book Week. Speaking on the theme of transmediality, authors Isabelle Chol and Jean Khalfa introduced their research and presented examples of beautiful poet-artist collaborations that break down … Continue reading

Tonight! ‘Spaces of the Book’ launch at Oxfam Bookshop St Giles #acbookweek

#acbookweek Display at Oxfam Bookshop St Giles

Please stop by our ‘History of the Academic Book’ display at Oxfam Bookshop St Giles!                  

Book launch: France and Ireland: Notes and Narratives

On Tuesday 27 October, the launch of France and Ireland: Notes and Narratives, edited by Dr Una Hunt and Dr Mary Pierse, took place at IT Tallaght in Dublin. The event was hosted by the National Centre for Franco-Irish Studies and also included a roundtable on France, Ireland and journalism featuring Joe Carroll and Grace Neville. … Continue reading

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