Year: 2020

The Operas of Sergei Prokofiev

The Operas of Sergei Prokofiev

Christina Guillaumier’s new book The Operas of Sergei Prokofiev is the first book in the English language to engage with Prokofiev’s operatic output in its entirety. The book draws on… READ MORE

Cultivating Their Own

Cultivating Their Own

Sometimes you just get lucky. That was certainly the case for me when I chanced upon a microfilm container clearly labeled “Agricultural Development in Kenya” at the Friends Collection and… READ MORE

Our Sixties

Our Sixties

Our Sixties: An Activist’s History publishes on October 1, 2020. In it, author Paul Lauter uses his wide-ranging experience as an activist and writer to examine the values, exploits, victories, implications,… READ MORE

Meet the Boydell Team: Daniela Elstone

Meet the Boydell Team: Daniela Elstone

Our staff interviews are back! Today we introduce you to Daniela Elstone, Office Co-Ordinator in our UK office. What led you to your current role at Boydell & Brewer?After working… READ MORE

Where in the World is German now?

Where in the World is German now?

What is the state of German Studies as an academic discipline as we move deeper into the twenty-first century? How does it manifest nationally and globally, what fresh challenges await the discipline and how… READ MORE

The Companion Guide to New York new edition

The Companion Guide to New York new edition

A must for all educated and intelligent travellers. Auberon Waugh, BUSINESS TRAVELLER A true traveller’s companion and friend. SUNDAY TELEGRAPH Michael Leapman’s acclaimed Guide was first published in 1983 and… READ MORE

Masculinities in Old Norse Literature

Masculinities in Old Norse Literature

Jessica Clare Hancock and Gareth Lloyd Evans introduces their new book on our blog today. Masculinities in Old Norse Literature is the first full investigation of masculinities in Old Norse-Icelandic… READ MORE

Willa Cather

Willa Cather

One of my favorite letters by Willa Cather was written to one of her former students, Norman Foerster. On January 14, 1931, Cather wrote to decline a speaking invitation from… READ MORE