New publications from the University of Huddersfield Press

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. Producing print books, open access eBooks and academic journals, the Press covers a wide range of subject areas providing a platform for innovative and interdisciplinary research at Huddersfield.

Recent publications

Identity Papers: A Journal of British and Irish Studies

The University of Huddersfield’s Academy for British and Irish Studies was established in 2009. Identity Papers has developed out of the Academy’s varied and interdisciplinary work. The peer reviewed open access journal is of interest to readers from academic, policy, professional and public sectors, drawing on robust research to communicate ideas connected with identities in Britain and Ireland, today and in the past, in an accessible way.


British Journal of Pharmacy

British Journal of Pharmacy is an online peer-reviewed open access journal publishing original research papers, critical reviews and rapid communications on the latest developments in pharmacy. The journal accepts manuscripts highlighting novel research and development in pharmacy. Subject focuses include the practice of pharmacy, novel therapeutic targets and molecular pharmacy, contemporary formulation strategies to improve drug delivery and targeting, pharmaceutical and medicinal chemistry, pharmacokinetics and therapeutics, pharmacoeconomics, pharmacovigilance and innovations in teaching pharmacy.


Huddersfield’s Roll of Honour 1914-1922

Huddersfield’s Roll of Honour 1914-1922 is a detailed account of 3,439  service personnel from Huddersfield who lost their lives during the First World War. In the Preface,  HRH The Duke of York KG writes:

“This publication represents the lifetime work of Margaret Stansfield who sadly passed away in 2012. Margaret spent 30 years compiling the 3,439 biographical entries giving a poignant insight into the background, working lives and families of those who selflessly left Huddersfield to fight for their country never to return.”

Along with the biographical accounts there are many moving letters to the families of soldiers who lost their lives reflecting an attempt to bring comfort amid the darkness that their loss brought to both families and comrades alike.

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