University of Wales Press

University of Wales Press

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Originally founded in 1922 the University of Wales Press specialises in Humanities and Social Sciences. The University of Wales Press currently publishes around 50 new books and journals a year, primarily in the field of European studies, philosophy, literature, history, Welsh and Celtic studies. We also publish academic trade books on Welsh history, culture and language as part of our mission to disseminate research and make it accessible for a wider audience.

New Titles

  • Videogames and Horror

    This book explores the presence, role and function of horror in videogames, showing how they enter discussions of horror and how videogames offer a un...

  • The Nature of the Beast

    This book explores the evolution of the werewolf’s new identities in contemporary culture, and some of the most interesting developments that have res...

  • Gothic Remains

    Gothic Remains traces anatomical culture in Gothic texts from Horace Walpole to Bram Stoker, showing how the Gothic developed and evolved alongside th...

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    www.uwp.co.uk
    University Registry King Edward VII Avenue Cathays Park Cardiff CF10 3NS United Kingdom
    (Tel)  00 44 29 2037 6999

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