• The facade of the National Library of Scotland.

Which book brings a smile to your face?

Here at Edinburgh University Press it’s safe to say that we love books. And we love books that make us feel happy! Therefore, what better way to celebrate International Day of Happiness than to tell you which books bring a…

2015 round-up: Most read in Edinburgh Journals

2015 was a great year for Edinburgh University Press Journals. We published over 750 articles across 39 journals, several of our journals, including the Journal of Scottish Philosophy and Modernist Cultures, increased in frequency and we were delighted to welcome…

CounterText: call for papers

CounterText Call for Papers Special Issue: Explorations in Electronic Literature Edited by Mario Aquilina and Ivan Callus An entire epoch of so-called literature, if not all of it cannot survive a certain technological regime of telecommunications. – Jacques Derrida, The…

Call for Papers: Oxford Literary Review – Overpopulation

Global ‘overpopulation’, considered the central environmental issue in the 1970s, became an almost taboo topic in the twenty-first century, often dismissed as drawing attention  away from  international capitalism as the primary cause of poverty and environmental  destruction and at worst catering to forms…

Who is reading what – a round-up of popular articles

1. Palestine and Genocide From Journal of Holy Land and Palestine Studies, Professor Martin Shaw revisits his earlier article “Palestine in an International Historical Perspective on Genocide” and reviews the responses to in this new article “Palestine and Genocide”  He points…

Welcome to the EUP Journals Blog

It’s been a long time coming but we are now publishing 38 journals and by starting this blog, we hope it will help you discover the articles, research and reviews you’ve been looking for. Our Journal publishing programme is closely…