Selected Articles and News

  • From Mummers to Madness: A Social History of Popular Music in England, c.1770s to c.1970s

    From Mummers to Madness: A Social History of Popular Music in England, c.1770s to c.1970s

  • Article Spotlight: The Consequences for Pharmaceutical Patents and Supplementary Protection Certificates

    Article Spotlight: The Consequences for Pharmaceutical Patents and Supplementary Protection Certificates

  • What are the stressors and coping strategies adopted by undergraduate healthcare students during placement?

    Kate Hardy (University of Huddersfield)

    What are the stressors and coping strategies adopted by undergraduate healthcare students during placement?

    Published in: Fields: journal of Huddersfield student research

  • An empire of glass: Cracks in the foundations of Kipling's India

    Aaisha Raja (University of Huddersfield)

    An empire of glass: Cracks in the foundations of Kipling's India

    Published in: Fields: journal of Huddersfield student research

  • An investigation to determine how the introduction of outdoor education supports learning in Key Stage One

    Emily Hooson (University of Huddersfield)

    An investigation to determine how the introduction of outdoor education supports learning in Key Stage One

    Published in: Fields: journal of Huddersfield student research

  • Does a student's ethnicity affect their understanding of cultural competency?

    Tino Alison Knight (Pharmacy)

    Does a student's ethnicity affect their understanding of cultural competency?

    Published in: Fields: journal of Huddersfield student research

  • Celebrating the individuality of young children: Participatory assessment through child-led imaginary play in Reception Class

    Sally Bee-Booth (University of Huddersfield)

    Celebrating the individuality of young children: Participatory assessment through child-led imaginary play in Reception Class

    Published in: Fields: journal of Huddersfield student research

Latest Posts

From Mummers to Madness: A Social History of Popular Music in England, c.1770s to c.1970s
Posted by Huddersfield Press on 2021-09-14

This month we celebrate the release of our latest history book by Prof. David Taylor, who also authored Beerhouses, Brothels and Bobbies: From Mummers to Madness: A Social History of Popular Music in England, c.1770s to c.1970s. This book on popular music is aimed at a wide audience of both academics and those simply seeking to learn more about the history of popular music!This new title [...]

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Article Spotlight: The Consequences for Pharmaceutical Patents and Supplementary Protection Certificates
Posted by Huddersfield Press on 2021-06-23

Following the article in British Journal of Pharmacy by Harry O'Brien, Anna Hatt and James Stones on the consequences of Brexit for pharmaceutical patents and supplementary protection certificates, author Harry O'Brien has written a blogpost briefly explaining their research:A recent paper in the British Journal of Pharmacy from the University of Huddersfield Press discusses the implications of [...]

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