In planning an approach for open access and the next REF, we received very clear advice that the monograph publishing world is not yet ready to support an open-access requirement. We have listened to this advice, and are proposing that monographs will not be required to be published in an open-access form to be eligible for
During February, the University of Wales Press will be participating in the following conferences: 3 February Robin Grossmann will attend an event organised by Cardiff University in order to launch books written by staff at the School of Welsh, including three published by UWP: Jailtacht, Parents Personalities and Power and Pe gallwn mi luniwn lythyr.
One of our authors from the Gothic Literary Studies series gives her thoughts on the field: In August 2013, the International Gothic Association held its bi-annual conference at the lovely University of Surrey in the south-east of England, UK. As always, the Gothicists pulled off yet another brilliant conference. I am a tenured faculty member
R. S. Thomas celebrated his centenary year by lording it over London. On the evening of Monday, 2 December, Lord Gowrie delivered a talk on ‘The Witness of R.S. Thomas.’ Grey Gowrie held several Cabinet posts under Margaret Thatcher, and has been Chair of both Sotheby’s and the Arts Council of England, but he also
UW Press Book wins prestigious international prize • Gothic Music: The Sounds of the Uncanny by Isabella Van Elferen has won the Allan Lloyd Smith Memorial Prize, an international prize for gothic criticism Gothic Music: The Sounds of the Uncanny by Isabella Van Elferen has been announced as the winner of the Allan Lloyd Smith
A very warm welcome to an exciting new era for the Press – a brand new website with our very own bilingual blogs dedicated to a wealth of insightful reader topics. Given we have the privilege of working with so many different and talented authors from across the world, we will be inviting them to