Lived Places Publishing is proud to announce the release of the first three books in their Disability Studies Collection, aimed at promoting a deeper understanding of disability issues and advocating for a more inclusive society.
LPP Collection Editor and Author Dr Dong Wang and LPP Founder David Parker invite you to a pre-session celebration at the Association for Asian Studies (AAS) Conference in Boston, MA.
How might queerness be understood in the context of an individual lived experience and a specific place? Collection Editor Seutaʻafili Dr Patrick Thomsen reflects on his own queer identity through personal recollection of experience and place.
The first book delivered to the world by a new publisher must set the tone for all that is to follow. Publisher and co-founder David Parker introduces the launch of LPP’s first title and celebrates a publishing milestone.
Dr Drew Harris outlines his vision for the stories and explorations of entrepreneurs who don’t fit the “norm”, who operate on the margins, or who face challenges that others don’t.
Publisher and co-Founder David Parker guests on the IPG Podcast from the Independent Publisher’s Guild. David tells the IPG how he’s building LPP in collaboration with Newgen Publishing UK, and how to make partnerships like this work. He also talks about some of the big issues in academic publishing at the moment,
The language we use to refer to ourselves is important, and can be difficult to get right. Dr Damian Mellifont and Dr Jennifer Smith-Merry discuss the debate of person-first or identity first language, and explore language choices for the LPP Disability Studies
Lived Places founders David Parker and Chris McAuley were guests on this month’s episode of the Newgen Pubcast, the monthly podcast by our publishing partner Newgen Publishing UK.
The LPP Collections are very broad categories, with a lot of overlap between them, and topics that fall between and across different disciplines. Founder and Publisher David Parker explains why.
Dr Janise Hurtig, editor for the Education Studies collection, is seeking authors to contribute proposals. Here she explores some possible topic areas and provides ideas and inspiration for possible submissions.
Dr. Louis Mendoza was interviewed on WSOU: Leadership with Darrell W. Gunter, exploring what it means to be Mexican-American in Houston through the story of three generations of the Mendoza-Martinez family.
by Dong Wang
What constitutes home in the twenty-first century? Dr. Dong WANG (she/her/hers) at the Lower Rhine of Germany looks into the life of the Australian-born/bred, first “native” media man, Tse Tsan Tai (1872-1938), in British Hong Kong. The burning question remains whether people today can still see eye to eye with Tse. Can birthplace be considered home any more?
The pandemic reinforced and exacerbated many of the inequalities in education, yet Dr. Julie Allan uncovered many instances of teachers finding creative solutions to educational inequities and new ways to engage students in learning.
by David Parker
The "sudden" rise of ChatGPT and other LLMs has raised a lot of important issues in teaching and learning environments. However, the shared lived experience between student and teacher should always be celebrated and cherished.
In this conversation between Chris McAuley, Black Studies Collection Editor at Lived Places Publishing and and Steve Majors, author of A Multiracial Experience: One Man's Search for Race, Identity and Family, they discuss how the growing number of Americans who identify as multiracial are navigating their experiences of living in a society that is increasingly fractured along persistent, rigid racial lines.
by David Parker
Come Meet David Parker at The Charleston Library Conference, Charleston, SC (November 7-10, 2023). David will be presenting on models for funding open access eBooks and participating in the Vendor Showcase.