Liverpool University Press history - Modern languages
LUP has pioneered modern languages publishing since the establishment of the Bulletin of Hispanic Studies in 1923. Currently, the book series of Contemporary French and Francophone Cultures is a top platform around the world for the very best research into French Studies.
The Hispanic Studies list of LUP has recently expanded and it includes the Contemporary Hispanic and Lusophone Cultures series. Catherine Davies, another influential scholar, has lately been appointed editor for the long-running Liverpool Latin American Studies series as well as a new Liverpool Latin American Textbooks series
The Contemporary Hispanic and Lusophone Cultures series hopes to offer a forum for new research on contemporary Hispanic cultures and writing. The volumes reflect a broad range of critical practices and approaches.