Subject: Blog

Penguin Books and the Meritocracy Trap

By Dean Blackburn   In late March, we all retreated into our homes to seek refuge from a virus that has reshaped our everyday lives. We also confronted some uncomfortable truths. Suddenly, we... READ MORE

Manchester: Something rich and strange

Why Manchester? Paul Dobraszczyk: Greater Manchester is the flagship urban region in the UK’s evolving policy of decentralising government. This is partly a consequence of Greater Manchester’s... READ MORE

New Voices – University Press Week

By Lucy Burns, Assistant Editor, MUP   Knowing that I am exactly the sort of person who is well-represented in publishing, my perspective on university press week is as a researcher and writer; I... READ MORE

University Press Week 2020

Join us this week in celebrating University Press Week 2020! Every day this week we will posting and sharing content centred on different voices in academic publishing – take a look at our... READ MORE

Fighters across frontiers

By Ismee Tames, 25 Oct 2020   People in the Netherlands who work on topics of war and mass violence often ask me about ‘the War’ (de Oorlog), by which they mean the Second World War, or more... READ MORE

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