Open Access books published in March

Posted on April 12, 2021 by Alison Fox

March was a month with a distinctly international feel at UCL Press, with open access books on queer migration and asylum on Europe, Russian diaspora, international student perspectives and impact of Brexit on environmental law.  

Here's what we published...

Redefining Russian Literary Diaspora, 1920-2020
FRINGE series
Edited by Maria Rubins
Redefining Russian Literary Diaspora, 1920-2020 sets a new agenda for the study of Russian diaspora writing, viewing it as part of a transnational movement that shapes extraterritorial cultural practices. Download open access PDF.

Queer Migration and Asylum in Europe
FRINGE series
Richard C. M. Mole
Queer Migration and Asylum in Europe brings together scholars from politics, sociology, urban studies, anthropology and law to analyse how and why queer individuals migrate to or seek asylum in Europe. Download open access PDF.

Environmental Groups and Legal Expertise: Shaping the Brexit process
Carolyn Abbot and Maria Lee
Environmental Groups and Legal Expertise explores the use and understanding of law and legal expertise by environmental groups. Download open access PDF.

Becoming a Scholar: Cross-cultural reflections on identity and agency in an education doctorate
Edited by Maria Savva and Lynn P. Nygaard
In Becoming a Scholar nine mature, part-time, international students reflect on the transformation they each underwent while enrolled in a professional doctorate programme. Their narratives provide breadth and depth to themes that represent a diverse cross-section of cultures, identities and communities. Download open access PDF.

Stay safe, and, as always, happy reading!

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