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The Humanities, Literature and Arts programme is diversely comprehensive, encompassing a wide range of disciplines and offering rigourous scholarship on various subject areas. Titles provide highly challenging and original interdisciplinary research directed towards scholars, students and engaged readers. This programme includes a variety of book series.

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Remembering Popular Music’s Past

Remembering Popular Music’s Past

Edited by Lauren Istvandity, Sarah Baker, Zelmarie Cantillon

£80.00, $125.00 Hardback

June 2019

The Spanish Frustration

The Spanish Frustration

By Josep M. Colomer

£80.00, $125.00 Hardback

June 2019

Anarchism in Local Governance

Anarchism in Local Governance

By Stephen Condit

£120.00, $200.00 Hardback

June 2019

Science Meets Literature

Science Meets Literature

By Dario Maestripieri

£80.00, $125.00 Hardback

June 2019

The Ocean of God

The Ocean of God

By Roland Faber

£80.00, $125.00 Hardback

June 2019

Poetic Innovation in Wordsworth 1825–1833

£80.00, $125.00 Hardback

July 2019

Thoughts on Political Economy (1820)

Thoughts on Political Economy (1820)

By Daniel Raymond, Edited by Erik S. Reinert, Introduction by Allen Kaufman

£70.00, $145.00 Hardback

July 2019

H.G. Wells and All Things Russian

H.G. Wells and All Things Russian

Edited by Galya Diment

£80.00, $125.00 Hardback

July 2019

Aesthetics and the Cinematic Narrative

£115.00, $150.00 Hardback

July 2019

£65.00, $85.00 Paperback

July 2019

Aesthetics and the Cinematic Narrative

£65.00, $85.00 Paperback

July 2019

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