White Rose University Press publishes its first book
White Rose University Press (WRUP) – the academic publishing collaboration between the Universities of Leeds, Sheffield and York – has published its first ever book.
The two-volume monograph showcases the findings made by an award-winning archaeology team at the Star Carr dig in North Yorkshire.
The publications have been funded by Historic England, and both volumes are available to read and download online for free. Print copies can also be ordered from the website.
The work features videos, 3D models and decades of research from hundreds of contributors, detailing some incredibly rare artefact finds. WRUP has been working with the authors for two years on the Star Carr volumes.
Two further books, one on the poetry of Tristan Corbiere and the other a translation of the Occupation diaries of Madeleine Blaess, will be released in the coming months.
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