A fascinating exploration of the evolution of social cartography over the past two centuries.
A unique exploration of how the international mobility of Polish citizens intertwined with other influences to shape society, culture, politics and economics in contemporary Poland.
Nanofibres in Drug Delivery aims to outline to new researchers in the field the utility of nanofibres in drug delivery, and to explain to them how to prepare fibres in the laboratory.
UCL Press is delighted to announce that it has been accepted as regular members of the Association of University Presses (AUP), joining more than 140 other university presses worldwide.
Published: Dec 6, 2018 11:38:30 AM
We are delighted to announce that Dr Zeremariam Fre, author of ‘Knowledge Sovereignty among African Cattle Herders’, has been awarded the prestigious 2018 Desmond Tutu Reconciliation Fellowship in recognition of his outstanding work supporting marginalised pastoral communities across the Horn of Africa.
Published: Oct 5, 2018 8:18:54 AM
We are delighted that the author of Remains of the Soviet Past in Estonia: An Anthropology of Forgetting, Repair and Urban Traces, Francisco Martinez, has been selected for the EASA Early Career Award 2018. The Award was announced and conferred during the European Association of Social Anthropologists' (EASA) biennial conference at the University of Stockholm, on Thursday, 16th August 2018.
Published: Aug 21, 2018 2:05:52 PM
Books published by UCL Press and authored by UCL academics are the most-read open access ebooks on JSTOR, an online library which provides access to more than 12 million academic articles and books.
Published: Aug 13, 2018 12:18:37 PM
Following the announcement by DCU of the launch of its open access university press (DCU news), the first open access university press in Ireland, UCL Press is delighted to announce that it will be providing publishing services to support DCU Press.
Published: Jul 26, 2018 11:09:28 AM
Monday, 15 October 2018
Today’s guest post is by Muki Haklay, Professor of GIScience at UCL, and one of the editors of the brand new book Citizen Science: Innovation in Open Science, Society and Policy It originally appeared here. and is re-used with permission. Today marks the publication of the book Citizen Science: Innovation in Open Science, Society and Policy. The book […]
Wednesday, 03 October 2018
Date: 18th October 2018 Time:18:00-20:00 Location: The Petrie Museum, Malet Place, London WC1E 6BT Register to attend: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/event-ticketing/booking?ev=18026 Join us for an evening at the Petrie Museum where author Dr Amara Thornton will launch her new book, Archaeologists in Print: Publishing for the People (UCL Press), looking at the history of popular publishing in archaeology in the 19th and 20th […]
Monday, 01 October 2018
October brings us two more exciting books to read as the evenings draw in. First up, publishing on October 10, is Being Modern: The Cultural Impact of Science in the Early Twentieth Century. In the early decades of the twentieth century, engagement with science was commonly used as an emblem of modernity. This phenomenon is now attracting […]
Monday, 24 September 2018
Today’s guest post is by Professor Laura Vaughan, author of Mapping Society (published today), editor of Suburban Urbanities, and Professor of Urban Form and Society at the prestigious Bartlett School of Architecture. The inception of Mapping Society was over quarter of a century ago, whilst sitting in a seminar room at UCL while studying for my Master’s […]
Wednesday, 12 September 2018
After a short Summer break, we have bumper crop of five titles to see us into the Autumn. Mapping Society is a book we were excited about even before we saw the manuscript. Written by Professor Laura Vaughan (editor of Suburban Urbanities), Mapping Society traces the evolution of social cartography over the past two centuries and takes in everything from a […]