• Five Influential Psychiatric Films

    by Tim Snelson, William R. Macauley and David A. Kirby In the ‘long 1960s’, psychiatrists and other mental health professionals […]

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Edinburgh University Press: 2021 in Review

By Nicola Ramsey 2021 has been a significant year for Edinburgh University Press for lots of reasons. Timothy Wright, our Chief Exec of the last 24 years, retired in the summer after leading the business through much change and progress.…

Q&A: Work Experience at Edinburgh University Press

By Bryony Armstrong How did you come to do a work experience placement at Edinburgh University Press?I’m a PhD researcher at Durham University as part of the Northern Bridge Doctoral Training Partnership, funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council.…

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…