The University of Huddersfield Press was established in 2007 to provide an outlet for publication for University authors and to encourage new and aspiring authors to publish in their areas of subject expertise.
TILL was launched by the Centre for Excellence in Teacher Training (HUDCETT) in collaboration with partner colleges and wider networks in the lifelong learning sector. The open access journal publishes papers on teacher, practitioner, trainee teacher and teacher educator practices across the lifelong learning sector (including higher education).
The latest issue contains papers on self-assessment in learning, ethnicity and patterns of achievement, general studies in further education and a report on action research.
Edited by Professor Aaron Cassidy and Dr Aaron Einbond and submitted as part of their Research Excellence Framework case, this open access book exposes a cross-section of the current motivations, activities, thoughts, and reflections of composers, performers, and artists who work with noise in all of its many forms. The book focuses on the practice of noise and its relationship to music, particularly the role of noise as musical material.
Contributors include Peter Ablinger, Sebastian Berweck, Aaron Cassidy, Marko Ciciliani, Nick Collins, Aaron Einbond, Matthias Haenisch, Alec Hall, Martin Iddon, Bryan Jacobs, Phil Julian, Michael Maierhof, Joan Arnau Pàmies, and James Whitehead.
Written by Hardeep Singh Sahota, this book explores the origins of folk song and dance from the Panjab in South Asia and its development into part of modern British culture in the hybrid soundscape of British Bhangra and beyond.
The book is based on academic research funded by the Heritage-lottery funded Bhangra Renaissance project. Through ethnographic research, oral history interviews, performances, photography, story-telling and community activity, it celebrates the past contribution of all those involved in Bhangra.
The University of Huddersfield Press is primarily an open access publisher. All five journals are available on open access, with two more to be launched in the next six months. Five books are also listed in the Directory of Open Access Books from the OAPEN Foundation
A full list of titles is available on the University of Huddersfield Press website.