Liverpool University Press history - English literature
One of the key subjects on which Liverpool University Press publish many journals is English literature. The Romantic period which straddled the eighteenth and nineteenth century is one of LUP’s most distinguished eras in their publications. They have released significant volumes such as the Letters of John Murrary to Lord Byron.
Discussing postcolonial studies in the twenty-first century is the Postcolonialism Across the Disciplines series which is edited by Andrew Thompson and Graham Huggan. It has swiftly become one of the most significant series of its kind in current debates on the subject. Some recent authors on this subject are Rosemary Jolly, David Murphy, Charles Forsdick and Chris Bongie.
The Byron Journal, edited by Jonathan Shears, is an international publication released biannually by Liverpool University Press for London’s Byron Society. Since it started in 1923, the journal has become widely read in several different countries.
Poetry &… is a series which explores key concepts in modern poetry. It deals with a number of texts across several genres.