October book reviews
Posted on November 14, 2022 by Alison Fox
We're delighted to share the reviews that arrived in October for UCL Press's open access books.
- Exile, Non-Belonging, and Statelessness in Grangaud, Jabès, Lubin, and Luca: No Man’s Language was reviewed in The French Review.
- Plantation Crisis appeared in Nature's Books in Brief section
- Post-war architecture between Italy and the UK: exchanges and transcultural influences was reviewed in Planning Perspectives, who said that the 'detailed contributions to the book are a valuable addition to knowledge'
- The Journal of Education and Social Justice reviewed Knowledge, Policy and Practice in Education and the Struggle for Social Justice, saying that 'this book could be recommended in social justice studies, particularly in education colleges across higher education. I also recommend this book to be kept in libraries to introduce up of social justice to academics to up-to-date meta-concepts'
- Museum Worlds reviewed Mobile Museums nothing that 'In light of [the] broad disciplinary scope and attention to diverse collections—as well as its theoretical attention to circulation beyond individual objects—Mobile Museums will be of use to anyone who needs to follow a collection on the move.'