November 2022 open access books

Posted on November 29, 2022 by Alison Fox

As the increasingly grey, wet days draw November to a close, we've got your reading for the Winter months covered with the three new open access books that we published in November.

We started the month with Passages: Moving beyond liminality in the study of literature and culture, which takes examples from throughout the field of cultural studies to explore passages as a conceptual term and create a meaningful exchange across disciplinary, national and linguistic boundaries.

The wonderful Lockdown Cultures: The arts and humanities in the year of the pandemic, 2020-21 offers a unique response to the question of how the humanities commented on and were impacted by one of the dominant crises of our times: the Covid-19 pandemic. Download it free.

We ended the month with What Photographs Do: The making and remaking of museum cultures, which explores the photographic archives of the V&A to understand how museums are defined through their photographic practices. Download it free.

As always, happy reading, and stay safe!

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