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.
Identity Papers: A Journal of British and Irish Studies
The University of Huddersfield’s Academy for British and Irish Studies was established in 2009, and Identity Papers develops out of its varied and interdisciplinary work. It seeks a wide and cross-disciplinary audience from inside and outside the university sector, and draws on robust research to communicate ideas connected with identities in Britain and Ireland, today and in the past, in a readable way. Centrally, it aims for ‘accessibility with rigour’.
This third issue of Identity Papers: A Journal of British and Irish Studies demonstrates some of the scholarly diversity for which we aim with this journal. Four longer articles take the reader from music of the medieval period, via nineteenth-century Bradford, to contemporary London and Brexit Britain. Via the disciplines of Politics, Music, History and Literature, readers of this issue experience four different, detailed and clearly explained insights into particular aspects of British life, culture and representation and the ways in which we try to understand them.
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