ISBNSeriesExtentYearAuthorTitle
978-1-905981-07-6 (HB)LGS 230pp2007ed Martin McLaughlin,
Peter Hainsworth
Biographies and Autobiographies in Modern Italy
1-900755-62-9 (PB)LGS 254pp2002ed Cláudia Pazos Alonso,
Claire Williams
Closer to the Wild Heart
1-900755-85-8 (PB)LGS 220pp2004ed Peter Mackridge,
Eleni Yannakakis
Contemporary Greek Fiction in a United Europe
1-900755-87-4 (PB)LGS 200pp2003ed Federico Bonaddio,
Xon de Ros
Crossing Fields in Modern Spanish Culture
1-900755-95-5 (HB)LGS 216pp2005ed Guido Bonsaver,
Robert Gordon
Culture, Censorship and the State in Twentieth-Century Italy
978-1-839540-55-4 (HB)
978-1-839540-56-1 (PB)
978-1-839540-57-8 (JSTOR)
LGS -0001Adam WattLabours of Attention
978-1-906540-02-9 (HB)LGS 692pp2011ed Jo Catling,
Richard Hibbitt
Saturn's Moons
978-1-904350-59-0 (HB)LGS 316pp2007ed Birgitte Grundtvig, Martin McLaughlin,
Lene Waage Petersen
Image, Eye and Art in Calvino
978-1-906540-03-6 (HB)LGS 288pp2008ed J. A. G. ArdilaThe Cervantean Heritage
978-1-906540-50-0 (HB)LGS 202pp2009ed Sara Fortuna,
Manuele Gragnolati
The Power of Disturbance
978-1-906540-87-6 (HB)
978-1-351193-43-6 (T&F)
LGS 178pp2010ed Robert Pyrah,
Marius Turda
Re-Contextualising East Central European History
978-1-907975-30-1 (HB)LGS 162pp2012ed Margaret Atack, Diana Holmes, Diana Knight,
Judith Still
Women, Genre and Circumstance
978-1-907975-41-7 (HB)LGS 254pp2013ed Mari C. Jones,
David Hornsby
Language and Social Structure in Urban France
978-1-909662-88-9 (HB)
978-1-315543-19-2 (T&F)
LGS 208pp2016ed Ian James,
Emma Wilson
Lucidity
978-1-910887-17-2 (HB)
978-1-781883-54-9 (PB)
978-1-781883-55-6 (JSTOR)
LGS 204pp2017ed Patrick McGuinness,
Emily McLaughlin
The Made and the Found
978-1-781884-69-0 (HB)
978-1-781884-70-6 (PB)
978-1-781884-71-3 (JSTOR)
LGS 476pp2017ed Guido Bonsaver, Brian Richardson,,
Giuseppe Stellardi
Cultural Reception, Translation and Transformation from Medieval to Modern Italy
978-1-781887-33-2 (HB)
978-1-781887-34-9 (PB)
978-1-781887-81-3 (JSTOR)
LGS 232pp2019ed Oliver Davis,
Colin Davis
Freedom and the Subject of Theory