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Greece- The shape of things to come

In the aftermath of the Greek general election, which put SYRIZA, an anti-austerity left wing party, into power in coalition with far-right Independent Greeks, Dimitris Papadimitriou Professor of... READ MORE

Call for papers

Ethnographic Horizons in Times of Turbulence The 7th Annual Joint University of Liverpool Management School and Keele University Institute for Public Policy and Management Symposium on Current... READ MORE

MUP @ Frankfurt

This year’s Frankfurt bookfair was extremely busy for MUP. We were out and about meeting new contacts and building relationships with many colleagues from across the world. READ MORE


Joan Miró TATE MODERN 14 April – 11 September 2011 For the first time in over 50 years, the work of iconic artist Joan Miró (1893–1983) will be exhibited in the UK. The Tate Modern is providing... READ MORE

LAUNCH EVENT Catholic police officers in Northern Ireland The University of Ulster Law School and the Irish Association are sponsoring the launch of Catholic police officers in Northern Ireland.... READ MORE

Constitution Unit blog

Author of The Northern Ireland Experience of Conflict and Agreement, Robin Wilson, talks about his new book on the Constitution Unit blog. Read his latest blog post. READ MORE


TOP of this weeks NME ‘What we’re reading and watching’ list (pg41) The first critical study devoted to iconic band The Smiths Why pamper life’s complexities? Essays on The Smiths... READ MORE

Is it time to legalise drugs?

‘Perhaps the worst thing that prohibition has done is create criminal gangs.’ Dr Paul O’Mahony, author of MUP’s bestselling book, The Irish War on Drugs, makes this... READ MORE

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