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Attending the Frankfurt Book Fair in October!  (9/24/2014)
We will be attending the Frankfurt Book Fair from the 8th-12th of October. We will be located at Hall 8 | A75. We hope to see you there! Read More »

Rameau Project Conference at Oxford University  (9/10/2014)
We will be attending the Rameau Project Conference on the 11th of the September to the 14th. We hope to see you in attendance. Read More »

Fifteenth Century Conference @ The University of Aberdeen  (9/4/2014)
The Fifteenth Century Conference is an annual symposium for historians of the late medieval British Isles, which has run since 1970. In 2014 it will be hosted at the University of Aberdeen, Aberdeen,... Read More »

We are delighted to announce the publication of our 100th eBook!  (8/20/2014)
We are delighted to announce the publication of our 100th eBook for digital devices (Kindle, Kobo, tablet, smartphone, etc.). Following the Black Prince on the Road to Poitiers, 1355-1356 is also our... Read More »

Book launch for Thomas Molony: 'Nyerere: The Early Years’  (8/5/2014)
A book launch for "Thomas Molony: 'Nyerere: The Early Years’" will be at the Centre of African Studies seminar series on the 17th of September 2014 at 4.00pm BST, Seminar Rooms 1 &... Read More »

Africa-Centred Knowledges. Book Launch at the Research Office  (8/5/2014)
The birth of Africa-Centred Knowledges. Book Launch at the Research Office On a chilly winter’s evening in July, the volume edited by Brenda Cooper and Robert Morrell and published by James Currey... Read More »

Royal Musical Association Conference @ Leeds  (7/16/2014)
We will be at the Royal Music Association Conference from the 4th-6th of September at the University of Leeds, Leeds, UK. We hope to see you there! Read More »

International & Interdisciplinary Conference  (7/16/2014)
We will be attending the Interational and Interdisciplinary Conference: Pentacostalism and Development on the 5th through the 6th of September, 2014 at SOAS, London, UK. We hope to see you there. Read More »

The NUI Publication Prize in Irish History Awarded  (7/15/2014)
The NUI Publication Prize in Irish History was awarded to Dr John Cunningham for Conquest and Land in Ireland: The Transplantation to Connacht, 1649-1680, published in 2011 by the Royal Historical... Read More »

Sixteenth Century Society Conference  (7/9/2014)
Sonia Kane, Editorial Director, will be headed to the Sixteenth Century Society Conference that will take place from October 16-19, 2014, in New Orleans, Louisiana. University of Rochester Press books... Read More »

African Literature Today 33 CALL FOR PAPERS  (6/17/2014)
AFRICAN LITERATURE TODAY 33: CHILDREN’S LITERATURE IN AFRICA—Children, History & the Tales Told. CALL FOR PAPERS The Editor, African Literature Today, invites articles for a Special... Read More »

Our Reverend Jennie Johnson book has won the Alison Prentice Award  (6/11/2014)
Our University of Rochester Press title, The Reverend Jennie Johnson and African-Canadian History, 1868-1967 has won the 2013-2014 Alison Prentice Award, honouring the best book on women’s history... Read More »

African Studies Association of the UK at the University of Sussex  (6/5/2014)
We will be attending the African Studies Association of the UK at the University of Sussex from the 9th through the 11th of September. We will see you there. Read More »

38th German Studies Associaton Conference  (6/5/2014)
We will be headed to the Thirty-Eighth Annual German Studies Association Conference tgat will take place September 18-21, 2014, in Kansas City, Missouri. We look forward to being there and hope you will... Read More »

South African Book Fair in Cape Town, South Africa  (6/5/2014)
We will be attending the South African Book Fair from the 13th through the 15th of June at the Cape Town National Convention Center. Hope to see you there! Read More »

International Medieval Congress @ Leeds  (6/5/2014)
We will be attending the conference of the International Medieval Congress from the 7th to the 10th of July, 2014 in Leeds, UK. Be sure to stop by and see us! Read More »

Berkshire Conference on Women's Studies  (5/14/2014)
SBS will be showcasing our books at the Berkshire Conference on Women's Studies from the 22nd to the 25th of May in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Please be sure to stop by and see our latest Women's Studies... Read More »

Bradford Centre for International Development Conference  (5/14/2014)
We will be attending the conference of the Bradford Centre for International Development ‘50 Years of Development in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Experience of Tanzania’ at the University of Bradford... Read More »

2014 Alan Walker Book Award Won by UR Press Title  (5/12/2014)
We are pleased to announce that Liszt's Transcultural Modernism and the Hungarian-Gypsy Tradition is one of two winners of the 2014 Alan Walker Book Award, given by the American Liszt Society. Read More »

3rd French Africanist Congress in Bordeaux, France  (4/24/2014)
We will be attending the 3rd French Africanist Congress (3e Rencontres des Etudes africaines en France) conference at CNRS, University of Bordeaux, the 30th of June to the 2nd of July. Do come and see... Read More »

Britain Zimbabwe Society’s Annual Research Day  (4/24/2014)
We will be at the Britain Zimbabwe Society’s Annual Research Day, Saturday, the 21st of June at St Antony’s College, Oxford. Do come by our stand and meet us. Read More »

‘50 Years of Development in Sub-Saharan Africa'  (4/24/2014)
We will be attending the conference of the Bradford Centre for International Development ‘50 Years of Development in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Experience of Tanzania’ at the University of Bradford... Read More »

James Currey will be attending the Cadbury Conference  (4/24/2014)
We will be at the Department of African Studies and Anthropology’s Cadbury Conference on ‘Class in Africa: A Reassessment’ at the University of Birmingham on Thursday, the 15th of May.... Read More »

ROAPE symposium ‘Violence, Protest and Democracy in Africa’  (4/24/2014)
We will be attending the ROAPE symposium ‘Violence, Protest and Democracy in Africa’ at the Institute of Commonwealth Studies, London on 1 May. Do come and see us and take a look at our books,... Read More »

Thomas King Wins Two Canadian Awards  (4/1/2014)
Dr. Eva Gruber of the University of Constance, Germany, editor of Thomas King: Works and Impact (Camden House, 2012) comments on King’s winning of two prestigious awards for Canadian fiction: “... Read More »

Boydell Press’s Constant Lambert Hailed in Wall Street Journal  (3/31/2014)
Terry Teachout praises Constant Lambert: Beyond The Rio Grande for being “as close to definitive as a biography can be”, saying Stephen Lloyd “gets absolutely everything right”... Read More »

American Bach Society conference at Kenyon College  (3/11/2014)
Are you attending the American Bach Society conference at Kenyon College, May 1st-4th? Look for a flyer offering a special 40% discount on all of our Bach titles! Read More »

Society for Seventeenth-Century Music conference  (3/11/2014)
Look for a special offer order form on all our baroque and early music titles at the Book/CD/Score Exhibit at the Society for Seventeenth-Century Music conference in San Antonio. Texas, from April 3rd... Read More »

2014 Africa Conference at the University of Texas at Austin  (3/11/2014)
Look for a 40% discount on titles in our Rochester Studies in African History and the Diaspora series at the 2014 Africa Conference at the University of Texas at Austin, Texas, USA. This year’s... Read More »

Camden House will be displaying titles at Tragedy and the Tragic in German Literature, Art, and Thought | Goethe-Institut  (3/11/2014)
Camden House will be displaying titles at Tragedy and the Tragic in German Literature, Art, and Thought, taking place at the Goethe-Institut Boston March 13th-15th. Read More »

Society for Eighteenth-Century Music Conference  (2/24/2014)
If you are attending the Society for Eighteenth-Century Music conference this weekend in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, look for Sterling E. Murray’s The Career of an Eighteenth-Century Kappelmeister... Read More »

Civic Agency in Africa: public lecture and book launch  (2/24/2014)
On Wednesday 12 March, 6.30-8pm, at Clement House, Aldwych (by Tube: Temple or Holborn), Prof. Ebeneezer Obadare will give a talk entitled ‘A Quiet Revolution?: Silence and the Politics of Resistance... Read More »

60th Renaissance Society of America's Annual Conference  (2/12/2014)
Boydell & Brewer will be attending the 60th Renaissance Society of America's Annual Conference in New York, NY, USA from the 27th to the 29th of March. We hope to see you there! Read More »

Midwest Political Science Association Conference  (2/12/2014)
Camden House and the University of Rochester Press will be attending the Midwest Political Science Association Conference from April 3rd through the 6th in Chicago, Illinois, USA. We hope to run into... Read More »

Twenty Years of South African Democracy  (2/12/2014)
We are heading to the 20 Years of South African Democracy programme at St Antony's and ASC @ Oxford University from the 24th to the 26th of April. We hope that you will be joining us. Read More »

40th Annual African Literature Association Conference  (2/12/2014)
We will be attending the 40th Annual African Literature Association Conference from April 9th - 14th in Johannesburg, South Africa. We look forward to seeing you there. Read More »

We won five Choice Outstanding Academic Titles awards!  (2/12/2014)
Boydell & Brewer and their imprints/partners were very pleased to hear that we won five Choice OAT awards! Read More »

Stop by and see us at the London Book Fair!  (2/12/2014)
Please take a moment to see us! We will be exhibiting Booth N485 at the London Book Fair, Earls Court, London, UK, from the 8th through the 10th of April. Read More »

Comparative and International Education Society  (2/4/2014)
Are you attending the Comparative and International Education Society conference in Toronto, Ontario, CAN taking place March 10-15? Look for a flyer with a 40% discount on our titles. Read More »

Patrick Chabal: A Tribute to the Unelected Dean of African Studies  (2/3/2014)
With the passing on 16th January 2014 of Professor Patrick Chabal, the intellectual world has lost one of the most influential voices in the fields of African Studies, postcolonial studies and political... Read More »

Boydell & Brewer Spring 2014 Trade Catalogue  (1/23/2014)
We are delighted that our just-published Spring 2014 Trade catalogue announces one of the best lists of recent years. Over the coming days we’ll be posting details of each of the thirteen new... Read More »

American Comparative Literature Association Meeting  (1/22/2014)
We will be displaying books with Scholar’s Choice at the American Comparative Literature Association meeting in New York City, NY, USA from March 20th-23rd. Read More »

American Society for Environmental History Conference  (1/22/2014)
Look for our titles on display with Scholar’s Choice at the 2014 meeting of the American Society for Environmental History, taking place from March 12th to the 16th in San Francisco, CA, USA. Read More »

Society of Nineteenth-Century Americanists Conference  (1/22/2014)
We will be displaying titles with Scholar’s Choice at the Society of Nineteenth-Century Americanists conference in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, USA from March 13th to the 16th. Read More »

19th International Conference of Europeanists Conference  (1/22/2014)
Look for our titles on display with Scholar’s Choice at the 19th International Conference of Europeanists organized by the Council for European Studies, taking place in Washington, DC, March 14-16.... Read More »

Society for Applied Anthropology Meeting  (1/22/2014)
Look for our books on display with Scholar’s Choice at the meeting of the Society for Applied Anthropology in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA from March 18th to the 22nd. Read More »

Nineteenth Century Studies Association Conference  (1/22/2014)
Look for our books on display with Scholar’s Choice at the Nineteenth Century Studies Association Conference. This year’s meeting is from March 20th to the 22nd in Chicago, IL, USA. Read More »

International Studies Association Conference  (1/22/2014)
Look for our books on display with Scholar’s Choice at the International Studies Association conference. This year’s meeting is from March 26th-29th in Toronto, Ontario, CAN. Read More »

Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies Conference  (1/22/2014)
We will be displaying titles with Scholar’s Choice at the Interdisciplinary Nineteenth-Century Studies Conference in Houston, Texas, USA from March 27th to the 30th. Read More »

Society for Military History Conference  (1/22/2014)
Look for our books on display with Scholar’s Choice at the Society for Military History conference. This year’s meeting is from April 3rd-6th in Kansas City, Missouri, USA. Read More »

Society of Architectural Historians Conference  (1/22/2014)
Look for our books on display with Scholar’s Choice at the 2014 meeting of the Society of Architectural Historians, taking place in Austin, Texas, USA from April 9th-13th. Read More »

Medieval Academy of America Meeting  (1/22/2014)
Look for our books on display with Scholar’s Choice at the 2014 meeting of the Medieval Academy of America, taking place in Los Angeles, CA, USA from April 10th-12th. Read More »

Shakespeare Association of America Conference  (1/22/2014)
We will displaying books with Scholar’s Choice at the Shakespeare Association of America conference, meeting in Saint Louis, Missouri, USA from April 10th-12th. Read More »

Western Political Science Association Conference  (1/22/2014)
We will be displaying titles with Scholar’s Choice at the Western Political Science Association conference in Seattle, WA, USA from April 17th-19th. Read More »

Society for French Historical Studies Conference  (1/22/2014)
We will be displaying titles with Scholar’s Choice at the Society for French Historical Studies Conference in Montréal, Québec, CAN from April 24th-26th. --> Read More »

Art Libraries Society of North America Conference  (1/22/2014)
Look for our books on display with Scholar’s Choice at the Art Libraries Society of North America Conference. This year’s meeting is from May 1st-6th in Washington, DC, USA. Read More »

Latin American Studies Association Conference  (1/22/2014)
Look for our books on display with Scholar’s Choice at the Latin American Studies Association conference. This year’s meeting is from May 21st-24th in Chicago, IL, USA. Read More »

American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Conference  (1/22/2014)
We will be displaying titles with Scholar’s Choice at the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies conference in Williamsburg, Virginia, USA from March 20th-23rd. Read More »

International Conference on Narrative at MIT  (1/22/2014)
We will be displaying titles with Scholar’s Choice at the International Conference on Narrative at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology from March 27th to the 30th. Read More »

Nicolás Guillén Lifetime Achievement Award  (1/15/2014)
Ngũgĩ wa Thiong'o is receiving The Nicolás Guillén Lifetime Achievement Award for Philosophical Literature because of the global importance of his work. According to the committee,... Read More »

Paul Griffiths Appears on Honours List with an O.B.E.  (1/6/2014)
On the last day of 2013, the name of Paul Griffiths appeared on the Honours List with an O.B.E. (Officer of the British Empire) "for services to Music Literature and Composition." University... Read More »

Call for Papers! African Literature Today 33  (12/16/2013)
Call for papers! African Literature 33: Children, History & the Tales Told. Find details here. Read More »

Ross Cites Notable Music Books of 2013  (12/9/2013)
On his blog, The Rest is Noise, Alex Ross, music critic for The New Yorker, has listed his 13 notable music books of 2013, including both From Boulanger to Stockhausen: Interviews and a Memoir and Letters... Read More »

Chosen by Financial Times as Classical Music Books of the Year!  (12/3/2013)
Two of our recent titles, Inside Conducting and Friedelind Wagner, were chosen by Financial Times as books of the year in the Classical Music category. Read More »

Society for American Music Conference  (11/19/2013)
We will be attending the Society for American Music Conference in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA from the 5th of March until the 9th. We hope to see you there! Read More »

Book Launch for African Local Knowledge and Livestock Health  (11/18/2013)
There will be a book launch for William Beinart's and Karen Brown's African Local Knowledge and Livestock Health: Diseases and Treatments in South Africa on Thursday 28th November, at the Fellows Dining... Read More »

The Berlin School @ the Museum of Modern Art  (11/13/2013)
The Museum of Modern Art is holding an exhibition between the 20th November to the 6th December, which will showcase the films of the Berlin School - the most significant filmmaking movement to come... Read More »

The Legend of Spring-Heeled Jack Wins Katharine Briggs Award  (11/11/2013)
Many congratulations to Karl Bell! We are delighted to announce that his book The Legend of Spring-Heeled Jack has won the Folklore Society’s prestigious Katharine Briggs award 2013. Like a growing... Read More »

American Historical Association Conference  (11/5/2013)
We will be attending the American Historical Association Conference from January 2nd through the 5th, 2014 in Washington, DC. Hope to see you there! Read More »

Scholar’s Choice at the College Art Association Conference  (10/31/2013)
We will be displaying titles with Scholar’s Choice at the College Art Association Conference in Chicago, Illinois, USA from February 12th -15th. Read More »

Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture since 1900  (10/31/2013)
Look for our titles on display with Scholar’s Choice at the Louisville Conference on Literature and Culture since 1900, taking place February 20th – 22nd in Louisville, Kentucky, USA. Read More »

Archaeological Institute of America Conference  (10/31/2013)
Look for our titles on display with Scholar’s Choice at the Archaeological Institute of America conference, taking place January 2nd through January 5th in Chicago, Illinois, USA. Read More »

Southeast Conference of the Association for Asian Studies  (10/31/2013)
We will be displaying titles with Scholar’s Choice at the Southeast Conference of the Association for Asian Studies in Durham, North Carolina from January 17th through January 19th. Read More »

Editor of Dear Dorothy will be speaking at the Library of Congress  (10/31/2013)
The editor of Dear Dorothy: Letters from Nicolas Slonimsky to Dorothy Adlow, Electra Slonimsky Yourke, is speaking at the Library of Congress on Thursday, November 7th @ noon. Read More »

National Council for Black Studies Conference  (10/31/2013)
We will be displaying titles with Scholar’s Choice at the National Council for Black Studies in Miami, Florida, USA from March 5th - 8th. Read More »

New College Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Studies  (10/31/2013)
Look for our titles on display with Scholar’s Choice at the New College Conference on Medieval and Renaissance Studies, taking place March 6th – 8th in Sarasota, Florida, USA. Read More »

Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies Conference  (10/31/2013)
Look for our titles on display with Scholar’s Choice at the 20th Annual Arizona Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies Conference, meeting February 6th through the 8th in Scottsdale, Arizona,... Read More »

Just Published: Conflict and Security in Africa  (10/24/2013)
The first print run sold out almost immediately! It is the second volume in the ROAPE African Readers series and a major contribution to how we understand and analyse conflict on the continent. Edited... Read More »

British Literature and Print Culture Reception and Launch  (10/21/2013)
A reception and launch for British Literature and Print Culture, edited by Sandro Jung, is being held during the East-Central Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Conference, at 5:00 on November 8th,... Read More »

"New York City Opera folded, Julius Rudel speaks"  (10/2/2013)
"After 70 years, New York City Opera has folded, and people are furious about it — not just the choristers, orchestra players and other dedicated company personnel, but countless fans who... Read More »

American Historical Association Conference | University of Warwick  (10/2/2013)
We will be attending the American Historical Association Conferece at the University of Warwick, Warwick, UK from March 28th to the 30th in 2014. Hope to see you there! Read More »

Assistant Production Editor for Boydell & Brewer in the UK Office  (10/1/2013)
We are looking for an Assistant Production Editor to work closely with our Production Editor in the preparation of texts. Duties will involve taking a project from final manuscript to printed book, liaising... Read More »

Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Meeting  (9/24/2013)
Look for our titles on display with Scholarly Book Services at the Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies meeting in London, Ontario, Canada from October 16th-19th. Read More »

African Studies Association UK Lecture Series in London, England  (9/19/2013)
We will be attending the African Studies Association UK Lecture Series in London, England from the 23rd-24th of October. Would be a pleasure to see you. Read More »

Britten Days Festival in Cologne, Germany  (9/19/2013)
We will be attending the Britten Days Festival in Cologne, Germany from the 3rd-6th of October! Hope to see you there! Read More »

2014 Richard Wall Memorial Award Nominations!  (9/19/2013)
The Theatre Library Association has nominated The Counter-Cinema of the Berlin School and The Differentiation of Modernism: Postwar German Media Arts for the 2014 Richard Wall Memorial Award. Read More »

Theatre Library Association has nominated Ira Aldridge for an Award!  (9/19/2013)
The Theatre Library Association has nominated Ira Aldridge: Performing Shakespeare in Europe, 1852-1855 for the 2014 George Freedley Memorial Award Read More »

South Atlantic Modern Language Association  (9/19/2013)
We will be displaying titles with Scholar’s Choice at the South Atlantic Modern Language Association conference in Atlanta, Georgia, USA from November 8th-10th. Read More »

Representing War and Violence in the Pre-Modern World Conference  (9/18/2013)
We will be attending Representing War and Violence in the Pre-Modern World from the 23rd-24th of September 2013 at Pembroke College, Cambridge University, Cambridge, UK. This conference will explore the... Read More »

Certificate of Merit | Association for Recorded Sound Collections Award  (9/10/2013)
We are pleased to announce that the University of Rochester Press title The Bjorling Sound: A Recorded Legacy, by Stephen Hastings, has been awarded a Certificate of Merit in the 2013 Association for... Read More »

Boydell & Brewer will be attending the Frankfurt Book Fair!  (9/5/2013)
Boydell & Brewer will be attending the Frankfurt Book Fair! Our booth number is 8.0.A75 (corner of the IPG stand).Be sure to stop by and say hello! Read More »

Boydell & Brewer are now on Instagram and Pinterest!  (8/28/2013)
We are now on Instagram and Pinterest! Be sure to follow us! Read More »

William M. B. Berger Prize for British Art History  (8/20/2013)
"A most elegantly written book that calmly knocked many entrenched but erroneous notions about British landscape painting firmly on the head." Thus reported the judges of this year's William... Read More »

Annual meeting of the Society for Ethnomusicology  (8/20/2013)
We will be exhibiting titles from our Eastman/Rochester Studies in Ethnomusicology series from the University of Rochester Press and also looking for new titles/authors Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE ... Read More »

North American Victorian Studies Association Conference  (8/13/2013)
Look for our titles on display with Scholar’s Choice at the North American Victorian Studies Association Conference taking place in Pasadena, California, USA from October 23rd-27th. Read More »

Association for the Study of African-American Life and History  (8/13/2013)
We will be displaying titles with Scholar’s Choice at the 2013 meeting of the Association for the Study of African-American Life and History in Jacksonville, Florida, USA from October 2nd-6th. Read More »

Critical Ethnic Studies Association Conference  (8/13/2013)
Look for our titles on display with Scholar's Choice at the Critical Ethnic Studies Association Conference taking place in Chicago, Illinois, USA from September 19th-21st. Read More »

Northeast Society for Eighteenth Century Studies  (8/13/2013)
We will be displaying titles with Scholar’s Choice at the Northeast Society for Eighteenth Century Studies meeting at Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA from October 3rd-6th. Read More »

Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts Conference  (8/13/2013)
Look for our titles on display with Scholar’s Choice at the Society for Literature, Science, and the Arts Conference taking place in Notre Dame, Indiana, USA from October 3rd-6th. Read More »

American Folklore Society Meeting in Providence  (8/13/2013)
We will be displaying titles with Scholar’s Choice at the 2013 meeting of the American Folklore Society in Providence, Rhode Island, USA from October 16th-19th. Read More »

Conference on South Asia in Madison  (8/13/2013)
Look for our titles on display with Scholar’s Choice at the 2013 Conference on South Asia taking place in Madison, Wisconsin, USA from October 17th-20th. Read More »

American Academy of Religion Conference  (8/13/2013)
Look for our titles on display with Scholar’s Choice at the American Academy of Religion Conference taking place in Baltimore, Maryland, USA from November 23rd-26th. Read More »

College Music Society Conference in Cambridge, MA  (8/13/2013)
Look for our titles on display with Scholar’s Choice at the College Music Society Conference taking place in Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA from October 31st-November 2nd. Read More »

Attending the Society for Music Theory Conference  (8/13/2013)
Look for our titles on display with Scholar’s Choice at the Society for Music Theory Conference taking place in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA from October 31rd-November 3rd. Read More »

American Society for Theatre Research Meeting  (8/13/2013)
We will be displaying titles with Scholar’s Choice at the 2013 meeting of the American Society for Theatre Research in Dallas, Texas, USA from November 7th-10th. Read More »

National Women’s Studies Association Conference  (8/13/2013)
Look for our titles on display with Scholar’s Choice at the National Women’s Studies Association Conference taking place in Cincinnati, Ohio, USA from November 7th-10th. Read More »

2013 Film and History Conference in Madison  (8/13/2013)
We will be displaying titles with Scholar’s Choice at the 2013 Film and History Conference in Madison, Wisconsin, USA from November 20th-24th. Read More »

American Studies Association Conference in Washington  (8/13/2013)
Look for our titles on display with Scholar’s Choice at the American Studies Association Conference taking place in Washington, DC, USA from November 21st-24th. Read More »

Marketing Assistant Position Open in our UK Office  (8/13/2013)
Marketing Assistant: Classical Music & World Literature Based in our UK office. Boydell & Brewer Ltd along with its US imprints, Camden House and the University of Rochester Press, is probably... Read More »

Social Science History Association in Chicago  (8/13/2013)
We will be displaying titles with Scholar’s Choice at the 2013 meeting of the Social Science History Association in Chicago, Illinois, USA from November 21st-24th. Read More »

Association for Jewish Studies Conference in Boston  (8/13/2013)
Look for our titles on display with Scholar’s Choice at the Association for Jewish Studies Conference taking place in Boston, Massachusetts, USA from December 15th-17th. Read More »

Western Society for French History Meeting  (8/13/2013)
We will be displaying titles with Scholar’s Choice at the 2013 meeting of the Western Society for French History in Atlanta, Georgia, USA from October 24th-27th. Read More »

We will be attending the 2013 Haskins Conference  (8/5/2013)
Boydell & Brewer will be attending the 2013 Haskins conference taking place in Boston October 25-27. Read More »

2013 African Literature Brochure Now Available  (7/30/2013)
Just published, our first African Literature brochure! View and download here. Read More »

Kindle Daily Deal: The Spy Who Came In From the Co-op  (7/27/2013)
The Spy Who Came In From the Co-op is featured as one of today's Kindle Daily Deals on Amazon.co.uk. Click here to check out this exciting tale of Cold War espionage for only £1.39! Read More »

International Society of Anglo-Saxonists Conference  (7/24/2013)
We will be attending the International Society of Anglo-Saxonists Conference from the 29th of July to the 2nd of August, 2013 at the University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland. We hope to see you there! Read More »

NACBS (North American Conference on British Studies)  (7/16/2013)
We will be attending the NACBS (North American Conference on British Studies) this year from the 8th-10th of November, Portland, Oregon, USA. Please stop by and say hello. Read More »

American Musicological Society Conference  (7/16/2013)
We will be attending the American Musicological Society Conference in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA this year from the 7th-10th of November, 2013. Our booth numbers are #201 and #300. Hope to see you... Read More »

100th Publication for the Eastman Studies in Music  (7/16/2013)
The French Symphony at the Fin de Siècle is the 100th publication for the Eastman Studies in Music series! Read More »

Sixteenth Century Society and Conference  (7/16/2013)
The University of Rochester Press will be attending the Sixteenth Century Society and Conference this year. The 2013 Sixteenth Century Society and Conference (SCSC) will be held October 24-27, 2013 at... Read More »

African Studies Association Conference  (7/16/2013)
James Currey and the University of Rochester Press will be attending the African Studies Association Conference in Baltimore, Maryland, USA from the 21st - 24th of November, 2013. Read More »

Center for West African Studies Conference  (7/16/2013)
In 2013 the Centre of West African Studies (CWAS) celebrates its fiftieth anniversary and the opening of a new Department of African Studies and Anthropology (DASA) at the University of Birmingham.... Read More »

Great reports all around from the William M. B. Berger Prize judges for B&B Art and Architecture titles  (7/16/2013)
"A most elegantly written book that calmly knocked many entrenched but erroneous notions about British landscape painting firmly on the head.” Thus reported the judges of this year’... Read More »

International Medieval Congress at the University of Leeds  (6/25/2013)
We will be attending the IMC this year from the 1st - 4th of July, Leeds, UK. Please stop by and say hello. The International Medieval Congress (IMC) is organised and administered by the Institute... Read More »

New volume of Ngugi's In the Name of the Mother  (6/17/2013)
We’re delighted to announce the publication in September of a new volume from Ngugi wa Thiong'o, In the Name of the Mother: Reflections on Writers and Empire, a collection of essays which give new... Read More »

Book launch by King, author of China's Aid and Soft Power in Africa  (6/17/2013)
Tuesday, 23 July 2013 - 6:00pm to 8:00pm; Royal African Society event; Khalili Lecture Theatre, SOAS, London Read More »

Ninth Biennial Conference on Music in Nineteenth-Century Britain (MNCB)  (6/11/2013)
We will be attending the 'Ninth Biennial Conference on Music in Nineteenth-Century Britain (MNCB)' on the 24th-27th, June 2013, Cardiff University, Cardiff, UK Read More »

Re-thinking Poulenc: 50 Years On Conference  (6/11/2013)
We will be attending the 'Re-thinking Poulenc: 50 Years On' Conference, 21st - 23rd, June 2013, Keele University Read More »

American Association of University Presses  (5/29/2013)
Several Boydell & Brewer and University of Rochester Press staff members will be attending the Annual Meeting of the Association of American University Presses in Boston, June 20th to 22nd, 2013.... Read More »

German Studies Association Conference in Denver, Colorado  (5/24/2013)
We will be attending the German Studies Association in the 3rd-6th of October, 2013, Denver, Colorado, USA Read More »

Modern Language Association Conference in Chicago  (5/24/2013)
We will be attending the Modern Language Association Conference on the 12th of January 2014, Chicago, Illinois, USA. Read More »

European Conference on African Studies (ECAS 5)  (5/21/2013)
We will be attending the fifth European Conference on African Studies (ECAS 5), 27th-29th June, 2013 in Lisbon, Portugal. Read More »

Africa Writes | Royal African Society & British Library  (5/21/2013)
We will be attending Africa Writes, Friday, 5th-7th of July, 2013, London, UK. Organised by the Royal African Society in partnership with The British Library. Africa Writes will feature an exciting series... Read More »

University of Rochester's Celebration of the Book  (5/8/2013)
The University of Rochester Press was delighted to participate in the university’s annual Celebration of the Book, on May 7th, 2013. See video for some great shots of many of our new and recent... Read More »

Boydell & Brewer Marketing Assistant Job Opening  (5/7/2013)
Boydell & Brewer Ltd seeks a well-organised and enthusiastic person to fill a key position in a busy global marketing department. Based in our Woodbridge, Suffolk office, the main duties will be... Read More »

American Association for the History of Medicine Conference  (5/6/2013)
We will be attending the American Association for the History of Medicine, the 16th-19th May 2013, Atlanta, Georgia, USA Read More »

The Camden House Rundschau First Edition Coming Soon!  (5/6/2013)
Look for the first edition of our German Studies eNewsletter, The Camden House Rundschau, to come in September 2013 Read More »

24th Annual Conference | American Literature Association  (5/6/2013)
Camden House Editorial Director Jim Walker will be in attendance and displaying Camden House’s American Studies titles at the 24th annual American Literature Association conference in Boston, May... Read More »

Ted Brown to Be Installed to Endowed Professorship  (4/22/2013)
Theodore (Ted) Brown, professor of history, public health sciences, and medical humanities, will be installed as the first holder of the Charles and Dale Phelps Professorship in Public Health and Policy... Read More »

Stop by and see us at the London Book Fair 2013 | Booth N485  (4/10/2013)
Please take a moment to see us! We will be exhibiting @ N485 at the London Book Fair, Earls Court, London, UK, 15-17 April 2013. Read More »

Call for Papers: African Literature Today 32  (3/29/2013)
Call for Papers African Literature Today (ALT) 32: Politics & Social Justice in African Literature In 1965, Chinua Achebe, in his classic essay, ‘The Novelist as Teacher’, declared... Read More »

People, Markets, Goods: Economies and Societies in History  (3/19/2013)
We have just launched a new Series called People, Markets, Goods: Economies and Societies in History. Read More »

Celtic Studies Association of North American Meeting  (3/8/2013)
Look for our titles on display with our Canadian distributor, Scholarly Book Services, at the Celtic Studies Association of North American meeting in Toronto April 18-21. Read More »

The Rise of an Early Modern Shipping Industry Shorlisted Again  (3/8/2013)
Rosalin Barker's The Rise of an Early Modern Shipping Industry has been shortlisted for the John Brooks Award, which is given by The West Country Writers' Association. Read More »

The Vivaldi Compendium Shortlisted for C.B. Oldman Prize  (3/7/2013)
Professor Michael Talbot's publication The Vivaldi Compendium is shortlisted for the C.B. Oldman Prize, an annual award by the International Association of Music Libraries, Archives and Documentation... Read More »

James Currey to Revive West Africa Series  (3/6/2013)
James Currey is reviving the Western Africa Series, with two new titles forthcoming, Dafinger: The Economics of Ethnic Conflict: The Case of Burkina Faso (August 2013) and Law et al.: Commercial Agriculture,... Read More »

2013 Cobbet Medal Awarded to Susan Tomes  (2/28/2013)
The pianist and Boydell Press author, Susan Tomes, has been awarded the 2013 Cobbett Medal 'for distinguished services to chamber music'. Past recipients of the Cobbett Medal include Elgar, Vaughan Williams,... Read More »

Society for American Music Conference  (2/26/2013)
We will be exhibiting at the Society for American Music conference in Little Rock, Arkansas, from March 6th to the 10th, 2013. Read More »

Book Launch for Terence Ranger's Writing Revolt  (2/20/2013)
Terence Ranger's new book Writing Revolt was launched to a packed Friends Meeting House in Oxford on 6 March, with speakers Douglas Johnson, Robin Palmer and Terence Ranger, and songs from the Bethnal... Read More »

The Rise of an Early Modern Shipping Industry Shortlisted  (2/14/2013)
The Boydell & Brewer title "The Rise of an Early Modern Shipping Industry" by Rosalin Barker was shortlisted for the award of the Anderson Medal for 2011. It was among a compelling list... Read More »

African Studies Association Annual Conference  (2/12/2013)
Thurs 21st Nov - Sun 24th Nov ASA annual conference Baltimore, USA Read More »

Centre of West African Studies (CWAS) 50th Anniversary  (2/12/2013)
Fri 6th- Sun 8th Sept CWAS 50th anniversary conference, University of Birmingham Read More »

Africa Writes 2013 at the British Library  (2/12/2013)
Fri 5th- Sun 7th July Africa Writes 2013 at the British Library, London Read More »

European Conference on African Studies (ECAS)  (2/12/2013)
Thurs 27th-Sat 29th June ECAS, Lisbon, Portugal Read More »

2013 Shakespeare Association of America Meeting  (1/28/2013)
Our Canadian representatives, Scholarly Book Services, will be displaying our titles at the Shakespeare Association of America 2013 Meeting in Toronto, taking place from April 5-7. Read More »

A New History of German Cinema Named “Film Book of the Year”  (1/10/2013)
Camden House title, A New History of German Cinema, has been named “Film Book of the Year” for 2012 by Hans-Helmut Prinzler. The November book of the month, A New History of German Cinema... Read More »

Jousting in Medieval and Renaissance Iberia Wins Award  (1/3/2013)
We are delighted to announce that Noel Fallows’ book Jousting in Medieval and Renaissance Iberia has been awarded the University of Georgia’s Creative Research Medal. Only sparingly given,... Read More »

Essex XI Presented to Princess Anne  (12/21/2012)
Recently, a copy of Victoria County History's A History of the County of Essex XI: Clacton, Walton and Frinton: North-East Essex Seaside Resorts was presented to Her Royal Highness Princess Anne, Chancellor... Read More »

Death of Charles Rosen, renowned pianist and URP author  (12/11/2012)
The renowned pianist and author Charles Rosen died on 9 December 2012. In 2008, the University of Rochester Press honored him with a festschrift. Entitled Variations on the Canon: Essays on Music from... Read More »

Complete Listing of African Studies Titles  (12/4/2012)
A complete listing of all James Currey and University of Rochester Press African Studies backlist titles is now up in full as a PDF for people to download. To get this document, you can download the PDF... Read More »

Japanese Translation of Out of Silence One of the Best 2012 Books  (11/21/2012)
The Japanese translation of Out of Silence has been chosen as one of the best books of 2012 by Chopin magazine. It has also been selected to be displayed as a 'recommended read' at the Hamamatsu International... Read More »

Call for Papers  (11/18/2012)
The Editor, African Literature Today, invites articles for ALT 31: WRITING AFRICA IN THE SHORT STORY (forthcoming November 2013): Arguably, the African novel came alive through Chinua Achebe’... Read More »

The American Association of University Presses is having a University Press Week  (11/9/2012)
Boydell & Brewer and the University of Rochester Press are both members of the American Association of University Presses. The American Association of University Presses is having a University Press... Read More »

Haskins Society Conference  (10/22/2012)
We will be attending the Haskins Society Conference, 1-4 November 2012, Boston, MA, USA Read More »

Wihuri Sibelius Prize  (10/17/2012)
Congratulations! This year’s Wihuri Sibelius Prize was awarded to the Hungarian composer György Kurtág. The Wihuri Sibelius Prize is awarded tri-annually to prominent composers who... Read More »

African Griot Newsletter Available!  (10/16/2012)
The most recent African Griot newsletter is available! Take a moment to subscribe and receive the latest African Griot @ africangriot@boydell.co.uk. We also have an archive of our past newsletters as... Read More »

October is Black History Month in the UK  (10/5/2012)
October is Black History Month in the UK – see our special page Read More »

SLAS (Society for Latin American Studies) Conference  (9/28/2012)
SLAS (Society for Latin American Studies) Conference, University of Manchester, Manchester, England, 11th-12th April 2013 Read More »

LVIII Anglo-Catalan Society Annual Conference  (9/28/2012)
We will be attending the LVIII Anglo-Catalan Society Annual Conference, University of Sheffield, Sheffield, England, 9th-11th November 2012 Read More »

Association of Hispanists of Great Britain and Ireland Conference  (9/28/2012)
We will be exhibiting at the AHGBI (Association of Hispanists of Great Britain and Ireland) Annual Conference, University of Oxford, Oxford, England, 25th-27th March 2013. Read More »

XIII Annual WISPS Conference  (9/28/2012)
We will be exhibiting at the XIII Annual WISPS Conference "Revisiting Gender and Nation in Hispanic and Lusophone Studies: New Debates and Directions”, Bangor University, Bangor, Wales, 23rd-24th... Read More »

German Studies Associaton Conference  (9/21/2012)
We will be attending the 36th Annual German Studies Association Conference on October 4-7, 2012, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA. Hope to see you there! Read More »

2012 Distinguished Africanist Award  (9/17/2012)
Kenneth King has just been awarded (jointly with Pravina King) the 2012 Distinguished Africanist Award, by the African Studies Association of the UK. Kenneth King is author of Jua Kali Kenya (James Currey,... Read More »

2012 Errol Hill Award  (9/11/2012)
Congratulations to one of our authors, Bernth Lindfors! Ira Aldridge: The Early Years 1807-1833,is the winner of the 2012 Errol Hill Award, given by the American Society for Theatre Research for outstanding... Read More »

Modern Language Association Annual Conference  (8/27/2012)
We will be attending the Modern Language Association Annual Conference, 3rd-6th January, Boston, Massachusetts, USA Read More »

North American Conference on British Studies  (8/24/2012)
We will be attending the North American Conference on British Studies, 9th-11th November 2012, Montreal, Quebec, Canada Read More »

British Branch of the International Arthurian Society  (8/24/2012)
We will be attending the conference on the British Branch of the International Arthurian Society, Wolfson College, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK, 3rd -5th Sep 2012 Read More »

African Studies Association UK  (8/22/2012)
We will be at the African Studies Association UK, 6th-8th, Sept at the University of Leeds, Leeds, UK Read More »

Fifteenth Century Conference  (8/22/2012)
We will be at the Fifteenth Century Conference, 4th-6th, Sept at the University of Winchester, Winchester, UK Read More »

URP and Boydell at Music Conference in New Orleans in November  (7/18/2012)
The University of Rochester Press and Boydell & Brewer will be attending a major scholarly conference in music from the 1st - 4th of November 2012, to be held in New Orleans, Louisiana, USA. Three... Read More »

North American British Music Studies Association conference  (7/3/2012)
We’ll be exhibiting books through Scholar’s Choice at the North American British Music Studies Association conference, 26-28 July 2012, Champaign-Urbana, Illinois, USA Read More »

Battle Conference  (6/29/2012)
We will be attending the Battle Conference in Bayeux, France, 26-31 July, 2012. Read More »

15th Biennial International Conference on Baroque Music  (6/29/2012)
We will be attending the 15th Biennial International Conference on Baroque Music in Southampton, UK, 11-15 July, 2012. Read More »

17th Biennial International Conference on Nineteenth-Century Music  (6/29/2012)
We will be attending the 17th Biennial International Conference on Nineteenth-Century Music in Edinburgh, UK, 27-30 July, 2012. Read More »

International Medieval Congress  (6/26/2012)
We will be attending the International Medieval Congress in Leeds, UK, 9-12 July, 2012. Please be sure stop by and see our new and forthcoming medieval titles! Read More »

John Ireland in Chelsea  (5/31/2012)
A unique five-day festival to mark the 50th anniversary of the death of the English composer, John Ireland, focusing on Ireland's music, the work of his teacher (Stanford) and his distinguished pupils... Read More »

2012 Kraka Award  (5/21/2012)
We are proud to announce Sexuality and Gender Politics in Mozambique is the winner of the 2012 Gender Research Kraka Award. Read More »

La corónica International Book Award  (5/18/2012)
Jousting in Medieval and Renaissance Iberia has won the 2012 La corónica International Book Award, an annual international prize for the best monograph published on Medieval Hispanic Languages,... Read More »

Kathleen Ferrier  (5/16/2012)
Tune into BBC Radio 4 on Friday evening @ 8 pm BST to listen to a programme on the great British contralto, Kathleen Ferrier. Read More »

American Literature Association Conference  (5/15/2012)
We will be attending the American Literature Assocation conference, 24-27 May, 2012, San Francisco, California, USA. Please be sure to say hello! Read More »

BBC Essex Interview with Christopher Thornton  (5/14/2012)
Take a moment and listen to the BBC Essex interview with Christopher Thornton last Thursday speaking about the History of the County of Essex XI! Read More »

Spanish Art  (4/30/2012)
Spanish Art This user-friendly, research-efficient design is most helpful for its target audience of students and specialists, allowing the reader to dip in easily to the individual chapters, in... Read More »

A Companion to Portuguese Literature  (4/30/2012)
A Companion to Portuguese Literature A remarkably inspired and personalized introduction to the unattainable task of contextualizing perfectly the totality of Portuguese literary history. […... Read More »

A Companion to Portuguese Literature  (4/30/2012)
A Companion to Portuguese Literature A remarkably inspired and personalized introduction to the unattainable task of contextualizing perfectly the totality of Portuguese literary history. […... Read More »

47th International Congress on Medieval Studies  (4/30/2012)
We will attend the 47th International Congress on Medieval Studies in Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA, 10-13 May, 2012. Please stop by and say hello! Read More »

György Ligeti: Of Foreign Lands and Strange Sounds has been shortlisted for the RPS Music Award  (4/17/2012)
György Ligeti: Of Foreign Lands and Strange Sounds (edited by Louise Duchesneau and Wolfgang Marx) has been shortlisted for the RPS Music Award for Creative Communication. The RPS Music Awards,... Read More »

Gunther Schuller is a finalist for Foreword’s Book of the Year  (4/11/2012)
Gunther Schuller is a finalist for Foreword’s Book of the Year for the Autobiography/Memoir category. Winners will be announced at the American Library Association Conference and Exhibition in... Read More »

American Association of University Presses Conference  (4/10/2012)
We will be attending the 2012 American Association of University Presses Conference, 18-20, June 2012, Holiday Inn Chicago Mart Plaza, Chicago, Illinois, USA. Read More »

Charles Rosen received a National Humanities Medal  (4/10/2012)
Charles Rosen, the subject of our 2008 festschrift, Variations on the Canon, is a celebrated pianist and writer upon whom President Barack Obama conferred the National Humanities Medal in early 2012.... Read More »

Uncle Sam's Orchestra: Memories of the Seventh Army Symphony  (4/9/2012)
In 1998, we published Uncle Sam's Orchestra: Memories of the Seventh Army Symphony by John Canarina. The book still attracts fond attention for its portrayal of how music helped rebuild mutual understanding... Read More »

John Ogasapian Book Award  (4/1/2012)
On the 10th of July 2012, John R. Near’s book Widor: A Life beyond the Toccata was awarded the John Ogasapian Book Award from the Organ Historical Society . The Ogasapian Prize is given once... Read More »

Toyin Falola appointed to the Scholar’s Council of the Library of Congress  (4/1/2012)
Toyin Falola, editor of the Rochester Studies in African History and the Diaspora series, has been appointed to the Scholar’s Council of the Library of Congress. The council, composed of highly... Read More »

Society for Theatre Research Award for 2011  (3/27/2012)
Ira Aldridge: The Early Years, 1807-1833 and Ira Aldridge: The Vagabond Years, 1833-1852 set has been shortlisted for the Society for Theatre Research Award for 2011. Its aim is to encourage the... Read More »

Kathleen Ferrier Talk  (3/5/2012)
Anyone living in or near South London should go along to Dulwich Books on March 13th to hear Christopher Fifield talk about the legendary Kathleen Ferrier. It starts at 8.00pm and tickets are available... Read More »

BBC interview with Gunther Schuller  (3/2/2012)
45-minute BBC interview with Gunther Schuller about his memoirs (A Life in Pursuit of Love and Beauty). Read More »

American Association for the History of Medicine  (3/2/2012)
We will be attending the American Association for the History of Medicine, the 26th-29th April 2012, Baltimore, Maryland, USA Read More »

International Sudan Studies Conference  (2/27/2012)
We will be attending the International Sudan Studies Conference, Bonn, Germany on Monday the 23rd - Wednesday the 25th of July 2012. Read More »

SCOLMA 50th Anniversary Conference  (2/27/2012)
We will be attending the SCOLMA 50th Anniversary Conference, African Studies in the Digital Age, Rothermere American Institute, Oxford, UK on Tuesday, the 26th of June 2012. Read More »

Britain Zimbabwe Society Annual Research Day  (2/27/2012)
We will be attending the Britain Zimbabwe Society annual research day, St Antony's College, Oxford, UK on the 16th June 2012. Read More »

African Studies Association Annual Conference  (2/27/2012)
We will be attending the African Studies Association (ASA) Annual Conference in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA on Thursday the 29th of November to the 2nd of December 2012. Read More »

New Researchers in Maritime History Conference  (2/17/2012)
We will be attending the New Researchers in Maritime History Conference from the 9th-10th March 2012 at the Riverside Museum, Glasgow, Scotland. Read More »

Society for American Music Conference  (1/30/2012)
We will be attending the Society for American Music Conference from the 14th-18th, March in Charlotte, NC, USA. Hope to see you there. Read More »

Sudan Looks East Book Launch  (1/30/2012)
We will be having a book launch of Sudan Looks East Monday 30th January 2012, 6-8PM, SOAS London Read More »

Northeast Modern Langugage Association  (1/23/2012)
We will be attending the Northeast Modern Language Assocation , 15-18 March, 2012 in Rochester, New York, USA. We hope to see you there. Read More »

Roger Rosewell Talk @ Dartmouth House  (1/18/2012)
On Tuesday 24th January, at 6.30pm GMT, Roger Rosewell, author Medieval Wall Paintings in English & Welsh Churches, will be giving a talk at the English-Speaking Union's beautiful Dartmouth House... Read More »

2011 ARSC Award  (1/9/2012)
Adolf Busch: the Life of an Honest Musician has won the 2011 ARSC Award in the category Best Research (History) in Recorded Classical Music. Read More »

Author of Late Medieval Ipswich on BBC Radio Suffolk  (12/19/2011)
The author of Late Medieval Ipswich will be the studio guest this Thursday@ 1.10 pm GMT on the Lesley Dolphin afternoon show at BBC Radio Suffolk Read More »

Liszt’s Transcultural Modernism, by Shay Loya, has been awarded the AMS 75 PAYS Endowment  (12/7/2011)
Liszt's Transcultural Modernism, by Shay Loya, has been awarded the AMS 75 PAYS Endowment from the American Musicological Society, funded in part by the National Endowment for the Humanities and the... Read More »

Interview with Bálint András Varga on ABC Radio Australia on December 3rd  (12/2/2011)
Hungarian music publisher Bálint András Varga has spent 40 years talking to and working with composers. His latest book explores the responses of composers like Berio, Boulez, Ligeti,... Read More »

'New States, Old Problems: Can the Historical Pattern Change?'  (12/2/2011)
'New States, Old Problems: Can the Historical Pattern Change?' Panel discussion to mark the tenth anniversary of the foundation of the Institute and the digital publication of The Sudan Handbook, edited... Read More »

Burma's Pop Music Industry Author on All Things Considered  (11/30/2011)
Heather MacLachlan, author of Burma's Pop Music Industry will be interviewed on NPR's All Things Considered @ 4pm EST, Thursday, December 1st. Find your local station to tune in or listen to it here after... Read More »

Anderson Medal by the Society for Nautical Research  (11/28/2011)
Congratulations to Jean Sutton, the author of The East India Company's Maritime Service, who has been awarded the prestigious Anderson Medal by the Society for Nautical Research for the best volume published... Read More »

Why Fantasia Mattered - Just Ask Gunther Schuller  (11/2/2011)
Take a moment to read the article in the Wall Street Journal - Why Fantasia Mattered - Just Ask Gunther Schuller Read More »

The N-Town Play: Drama and Liturgy in Medieval East Anglia  (10/31/2011)
The N-Town Play: Drama and Liturgy in Medieval East Anglia, by Penny Granger, has been awarded the 2011 Beatrice White Prize. The prize is awarded for outstanding scholarly work in the field of English... Read More »

North American Conference on British Studies  (10/24/2011)
We will be attending the North American Conference on British Studies from the the 18th-20th of November, Denver, CO, USA Read More »

Literary Criticism  (10/24/2011)
The first of November publication of Brian Yothers’s Melville’s Mirrors: Literary Criticism and America’s Most Elusive Author, marks 2011’s third publication in Camden House’... Read More »

Nexus: Essays in German Jewish Studies  (10/24/2011)
Camden House is pleased to announce the publication in November 2011 of the first volume of the biennial Nexus: Essays in German Jewish Studies, the official publication of the Duke University German... Read More »

Camden House is pleased to launch the new book series German History in Context  (10/24/2011)
Camden House is pleased to launch the new book series German History in Context, edited by Bill Niven, Professor of History at Nottingham Trent University, with the support of editorial advisory board... Read More »

Launch of John Markakis, Ethiopia: the Last Two Frontiers  (10/19/2011)
Launch of John Markakis, Ethiopia: the Last Two Frontiers, and discussion with John Markakis and Christopher Clapham, Chatham House, London, 29 Nov 2011 4.30 pm-6.00pm Read More »

Oxford University China-Africa Network  (10/19/2011)
We will be attending the Oxford University China-Africa Network conference and launch of Sudan Looks East, 29th November 2011, St Antony's College, Oxford Read More »

Modern Language Association Annual Conference  (10/19/2011)
We will be attending the Modern Language Association Annual Conference, 5-8 January 2011, Seattle, Washington, USA Read More »

African Studies Association Conference  (10/19/2011)
We will be at the African Studies Association Annual Conference, 17th-19th Nov 2011, Washington DC, USA Read More »

Gunther Schuller  (10/7/2011)
Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Gunther Schuller, the recipient of a MacArthur Foundation grant and a transformative figure in 20th century music, will be in Rochester this month for the publication... Read More »

Society for Music Theory Conference  (10/7/2011)
We are exhibiting the Society for Music Theory Conference in Minneapolis, MN, 27-30 Oct, 2011. We hope to see you! Read More »

College Music Society Conference  (10/7/2011)
We are exhibiting the College Music Society Conference in Richmond, VA, 20-23 Oct, 2011. We hope to see you! Read More »

Symposium on Studies in Early Medieval Coinage  (10/7/2011)
Tony Abramson, editor of our Studies in Early Medieval Coinage series, has announced that the next Symposium in Early Medieval Coinage will take place at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, UK, on Saturday... Read More »

ASAUK conference  (10/7/2011)
We will be exhibiting at the African Studies Association of the UK (ASAUK) bi-annual conference, 6-8 September 2012 University of Leeds. We hope to see you there! Read More »

Centre for African Studies  (10/7/2011)
We will be exhibiting at the Centre for African Studies 50th Anniversary Conference, 6-8 June 2012, University of Edinburgh. We hope to see you there! Read More »

Gunther Schuller  (10/7/2011)
Music Matters, BBC Radio 3 broadcasted a special on Gunther Schuller, coinciding with the publication of the first part of his autobiography. For more details about the show click on this link - http:... Read More »

Royal Historical Society Titles Now in Paperback!  (9/23/2011)
Nineteen titles (Medieval, Early Modern and Modern) from the prestigious Royal Historical Society Studies in History series in paperback for the first time and specially priced for students! Read More »

American Musicological Society Meeting  (9/20/2011)
We will be displaying our books the American Musicological Society Meeting, Booth #304-306 on 10-13 of November 2011 in San Francisco, CA. Please drop by and say hello! Read More »

Critical History of German Film Review  (9/6/2011)
Stephen Brockmann, Critical History of German Film The discussions are informative and wide ranging . . . . The balance of the classic films with their cultural and political contexts makes this a useful... Read More »

Sutton Hoo: A Swedish Perspective  (8/17/2011)
We will be attending the Sutton Hoo: A Swedish Perspective at the University Campus, Suffolk Waterfront Building, 11th September 2011, Ipswich, UK Read More »

Sixteenth Century Studies Conference  (8/9/2011)
We are attending the Sixteenth Century Studies Conference in Fort Worth TX, 27-30 Oct, 2011. Please stop by and say hello! Read More »

Fifteenth-Century Conference  (8/9/2011)
Look for us at the Fifteenth-Century Conference at the University of East Anglia, 1-3 September, Norwich, UK Read More »

African Studies Association’s Distinguished Africanist Award  (8/1/2011)
Toyin Falola, editor of the Rochester Studies in African History and the Diaspora series, has been selected as the 2011 recipient of the African Studies Association’s Distinguished Africanist... Read More »

American Political Science Association Conference  (7/29/2011)
Look for our titles on display at the American Political Science Association Conference in Seattle, Washington, 1-4, September 2011. Read More »

Association for Theatre in Higher Education Conference  (7/29/2011)
Look for our titles on display at the Association for Theatre in Higher Education Conference, 11-14, August, 2011, Chicago, Illinois Read More »

National Association of Hispanic and Latino Studies  (7/29/2011)
Look for our titles on display at the National Association of Hispanic and Latino Studies, 29th of September to the 1st October, 2011, San Diego, California Read More »

American Political Science Association Conference  (7/27/2011)
Look for our titles on display at the American Political Science Association Conference in Seattle, Washington, 1-4 September 2011 Read More »

American Studies Association Conference  (7/27/2011)
Look for our titles on display at the American Studies Association Conference in Baltimore, Maryland, 20-23 October 2011 Read More »

Intimate Voices Two-Volume Set  (7/27/2011)
Intimate Voices - [A] handsome, two-volume set on the twentieth-century string quartet […] The unusually generous quality of this publication, with respect to both space and its many musical examples,... Read More »

György Kurtág  (7/27/2011)
György Kurtág - This book provides a fascinating and unique insight into the life, mind, and personality of the Hungarian composer György Kurtág […] this volume surely will... Read More »

Holyer an Gof Awards 2011  (7/26/2011)
Cornish Wrecking was Highly Commended in Class 6 (Non-Fiction: History & Creative Arts) of the Holyer an Gof Awards 2011! Read More »

Holyer an Gof Awards 2011  (7/26/2011)
A History of the County of Cornwall II: Religious History to 1560 was Highly Commended in Class 6 (Non-Fiction: History & Creative Arts) of the Holyer an Gof Awards 2011! Read More »

Scott Mahler  (7/13/2011)
Scott Mahler is the new commissioning editor and managing editor for Tamesis. Before joining Boydell & Brewer he was senior editor in Spanish and Latin American studies at National Geographic,... Read More »

German Studies Association Annual Conference  (7/13/2011)
We will be attending the German Studies Association Annual Conference, Louisville, Kentucky, 22-25 of September, 2011 Read More »

  (7/1/2011)
Early Music says The Consort Music of William Lawes is "impressive in its precision and scholarship: there is no doubt that it will remain an essential point of reference in the study of 17th-century... Read More »

New York Times article written by Douglas H. Johnson  (5/31/2011)
A timely and readable overview of the current problems threatening peace in Sudan is highlighted in an article written by Douglas H. Johnson, author of The Root Causes of Sudan's Civil Wars in the New... Read More »

Music Matters  (5/20/2011)
Tune in! Bálint András Varga, author of Three Questions for 65 Composers, and John R. Near, author of Widor will both be interviewed about their books on BBC Radio 3's 'Music Matters',... Read More »

2011 Britain-Zimbabwe Society Annual Research Day  (5/18/2011)
The 2011 Britain-Zimbabwe Society Annual Research Day: "The State of Education in Zimbabwe" on Saturday 18th June 2011 at St Antony's College, Oxford Read More »

The Mau Mau Today  (4/7/2011)
As events of the Mau Mau emergency of the 1950s become headline news again, anyone wanting to know more about them and the period should start with our acclaimed studies: ... Read More »

Shakespeare Association of America Annual Meeting  (4/5/2011)
Look for our titles on display with Scholar's Choice at the Shakespeare Association of America's Annual Meeting, Bellevue, Washington, USA. 7-9 April 2011. Read More »

Annual African Literature Association Conference  (4/5/2011)
Please look for our catalogues and titles on display at the Annual African Literature Association Conference, Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, USA. 13-17 April 2011. Read More »

46th International Congress on Medieval Studies  (4/5/2011)
Please visit us at booth 75 at the 46th International Congress on Medieval Studies, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, USA. 12-15 May 2011. Read More »

American Association for the History of Medicine Annual Meeting  (4/5/2011)
Please visit us at our booth at the American Association for the History of Medicine's Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. 28 April through 1 May 2011. Read More »

Medieval Academy Annual Meeting  (4/5/2011)
Look for our titles on display with Scholar's Choice at the Medieval Academy's Annual Meeting, Tempe, Arizona, USA. 14-16 April 2011. Read More »

The Society for American Music's 2011 Lowens Book Award  (3/14/2011)
The Lowens Book Award recognizes a book that makes an outstanding contribution to American music studies. It represents the Society's most prestigious honor. This year, John Koegel's Music in German Immigrant... Read More »

American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies Conference  (2/24/2011)
We will be exhibiting our books at the American Society for Eighteenth Century Studies Conference, at the Sheraton Vancouver, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. 17-20 March, 2011. Read More »

Society for American Music Conference  (2/24/2011)
Please join us at the Society for American Music Conference, at the Hilton Cincinnati Netherland Plaza hotel, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA. 9-13 March 2011 Read More »

AEGIS European Conference on African Studies  (2/24/2011)
Please join us at the AEGIS European Conference on African Studies, Uppsala, Sweden. 15-18 June 2011 Contact Douglas Johnson for appointments: djohnson@boydell.co.uk Read More »

Association of College and Research Libraries Conference  (2/24/2011)
Please join us at the Association of College and Research Libraries Conference at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, Philadelphia, PA, USA. 30 March-2 April 2011. Read More »

The African Griot  (2/10/2011)
We are excited to introduce our New African Studies e-newsletter - The African Griot Read More »

Ulrike Meinhof & West German Terrorism  (2/10/2011)
Ulrike Meinhof & West German Terrorism by Sarah Colvin Podcast Interview Read More »

Rolena Adorno appointed by President Obama to the NCH  (2/10/2011)
Tamesis Advisory Board member Rolena Adorno has been appointed by President Barack Obama, with U.S. Senate confirmation, to a four-year term as Member of the National Council on the Humanities, the... Read More »

2010 Herskovits Award  (2/10/2011)
Ghosts of Kanungu: Fertility, Secrecy & Exchange in the Great Lakes of East Africa, written by Richard Vokes, was shortlisted for the 2010 Herskovits Award Read More »

Award for Excellence in Scholarly Research and Publication  (2/10/2011)
K. Porter Aichele's book, Paul Klee: Poet/Painter, has been named a winner of the Southeastern College Art Conference Award for Excellence in Scholarly Research and Publication Read More »

Distinguished Africanist Award 2010  (2/10/2011)
Congratulations to James Currey on being honoured by the African Studies Association of the UK with the Distinguished Africanist Award 2010 Read More »

A Discussion of Obasanjo, Nigeria and the World  (2/10/2011)
Please join us for a discussion of Obasanjo, Nigeria and the World by John Iliffe, the author of the book. Chatham House, London, UK 23 February 2011, 4:30 pm Read More »

Christopher Okigbo rated one of the best African books of 2010  (2/10/2011)
Congratulations to Obi Nwakanma whose book Christopher Okigbo 1930-67: Thirsting for Sunlight was rated one of the best African books of 2010 at The Africa Report You can also find an interview with... Read More »

Basil Davidson has passed  (2/10/2011)
Basil Davidson, a prominent James Currey author has passed. Please find his story her Read More »

Certificate of Merit  (2/3/2011)
Othmar Schoeck: Life and Works, by Chris Walton, has won a Certificate of Merit in the 2010 Association for Recorded Sound Collections Award for Excellence in Historical Recorded Sound Research in Classical... Read More »

Citation of Special Merit  (2/3/2011)
Intimate Voices: The Twentieth-Century String Quartet, edited by Evan Jones, was awarded a Citation of Special Merit at the annual meeting of the Society for Music Theory Read More »

Emerging Scholar Award  (2/3/2011)
Analyzing Atonal Music: Pitch-Class Set Theory & Its Contexts, by Michiel Schuijer, has been awarded the Society for Music Theory's Emerging Scholar Award. The award committee described Schuijer's... Read More »

Celebrating Grainger  (1/21/2011)
A three-day event at Kings Place, London will showcase some of Grainger's most vivd repertoire. Wind and brass ensembles, a choral workshop for audience and choirs, exotic world music percussion, theremin... Read More »

Choice OAT Awards  (1/15/2011)
Congratulations to Suren Pillay & Chandra Lekha Sriram, editors of Peace versus Justice?, which was awarded a Choice OAT Award. The January issue of Choice is now available. Read More »

Music Library Association Conference  (1/1/2011)
We will be exhibiting our books at The Music Library Association Conference, The Loews Hotel, Philadelphia, PA, USA. 9-12 February 2011 Read More »

College Art Association Conference  (1/1/2011)
We will be exhibiting our books at The College Art Association Conference, The Hilton New York, New York, NY, USA. 9-12 February 2011 Read More »

Issue V of the Medieval Herald  (12/15/2010)
The fifth issue of our e-newsletter, the Medieval Herald, is now available. Click here to sign up and receive the latest Winter 2010 Medieval Herald Newsletter Read More »

Distinguished Africanist Award  (12/1/2010)
Congratulations to Terence Ranger, author of Bulawayo Burning, who was awarded this year's Distinguished Africanist award at the annual African Studies Association meeting in San Francisco Read More »

The Inns of Court  (11/15/2010)
Boydell and Brewer are delighted to be the new publisher of the prestigious Records of Early English Drama. The next title will cover material presented at the Inns of Court, London. Read More »

Kings College London  (9/1/2010)
Now available from Boydell & Brewer and being distributed worldwide, the Kings College London Medieval Studies series Read More »

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