Open access books on the agenda – 20th #oabook – celebrating #OAWeek

By Christina Lenz, Managing Editor of Books at Stockholm University Press The next book published at Stockholm University Press will be the 20th. Two more titles are on their way, which means that this year we will have published 22 books altogether. Our previous record was publishing five new titles a year. This year we … More Open access books on the agenda – 20th #oabook – celebrating #OAWeek

New book from Stockholm University Press: The Power of the In-Between: Intermediality as a Tool for Aesthetic Analysis and Critical Reflection #oabooks

How can the concept of intermediality be understood and used in the humanities? The Power of the In-Between: Intermediality as a Tool for Aesthetic Analysis and Critical Reflection gathers fourteen case studies where different intermedial issues are explored. The participating researchers investigate phenomena such as contemporary installation art, twentieth-century geography books, renaissance sculpture, media theory, … More New book from Stockholm University Press: The Power of the In-Between: Intermediality as a Tool for Aesthetic Analysis and Critical Reflection #oabooks

New book from Stockholm University Press: Modernism as Institution: On the Establishment of an Aesthetic and Historiographic Paradigm

Is it possible to distinguish between the history of modern art and the history of modernism? Anyone who studies the history of modern art—in art museums, in the classroom, in art historical handbooks or specialist surveys—will soon be aware of a certain recurrent pattern governing the selection of objects and forming a certain type of … More New book from Stockholm University Press: Modernism as Institution: On the Establishment of an Aesthetic and Historiographic Paradigm

New book from Stockholm University Press: Unique Edited Collection on Working-Class Literature(s) from a Global and Comparative Perspective

Working-Class Literature(s): Historical and International Perspectives, by John Lennon and Magnus Nilsson (eds.) The aim of this collection is to make possible the forging of a more robust, politically useful, and theoretically elaborate understanding of working-class literature(s). These essays map a substantial terrain: the history of working-class literature(s) in Russia/The Soviet Union, The USA, Finland, … More New book from Stockholm University Press: Unique Edited Collection on Working-Class Literature(s) from a Global and Comparative Perspective