Culture is not an industry
Culture is not an industry: Reclaiming art and culture for the common good by Justin O'Connor argues that art and culture in the UK need to renew their social contract and re-align with the radical agenda for a more equitable future. Bold and uncompromising, the book offers a powerful vision for change.
Human Remains & Violence Issue 9.2
With guest editors Tâm T. T. Ngô & Sarah Wagner, this special issue examines Asian experiences of war and mass death in the previous century, with case studies from across China, Japan, Korea and North and South Vietnam.
Issue 5.2 of the Journal of Humanitarian Affairs is now available to read!
This issue features a special section edited by Darryl Stellmach and Larissa Fast on humanitarian use and debates around medical data, an introduction from Duncan McLean, as well as three general papers on humanitarianism in South Sudan.
Open access texts in collaboration with Lund University Press
We’re very happy to spotlight our collaboration with Lund University Press, bringing cutting-edge Scandinavian scholarship to English-speaking audiences.
You can read about our collaboration with Lund in our latest blogpost here.
Discover a world of knowledge with our SDG reading list!
Are you passionate about making a positive impact on the world? Look no further! We've curated an inspiring reading list that aligns with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Dive into thought-provoking books that tackle various global challenges head-on.
Melanie Giles' award-winning open access book Bog bodies has been commended for its sensitive treatment of the study, preservation and display of human remains. Discover stories of Manchester's local peatlands, with 60 colour illustrations and including the 'cold case' forensic study of Worsley Man, now on manchesterhive.