The Anglo-Catalan Society’s Occasional Publications (ACSOP)

As of January 1, 2003, all the titles of the Anglo-Catalan Society’s Occasional Publications are available online. The service is entirely free and universally accessible in an attempt to put studies on Catalan culture within reach of everybody.

You can access a PDF version of our ACSOP monographs by clicking on each of the below titles


  1. The Social Structure of Catalonia, by Salvador Giner (1980)
  2. Joan Salvat-Papasseit: Selected Poems, edited by Dominic Keown and Tom Owen (1982)
  3. Modern Architecture in Barcelona, by David Mackay (1985)
  4. Homage to Joan Gili. Forty Poems, edited by A.Terry (1987)
  5. Alexandre de Riquer (1856-1920), by Eliseu Trenc and A. Yates (1988)
  6. Salvador Espriu: Primera Història d’Esther, translated by Philip Polack (1989)
  7. The Catalan Language, by Jude Webber and Miquel Strubell i Trueta (1991)
  8. Ausiàs March: A Key Anthology, edited by Robert Archer (1992)
  9. Contemporary Catalan Theatre. An Introduction, by David George and George London (1996)
  10. Readings of J.V. Foix. An Anthology, edited by Arthur Terry (1998)
  11. Joaquim Homs: Robert Gerhard and his Music, edited by Meirion Bowen (2000)
  12. Joan Fuster: Dictionary for the Idle, edited by Dominic Keown (2007)
  13. A Female Scene. Three Plays by Catalan Women, edited by Montserrat Roser i Puig (2008)
  14. Trueta. By Àngels Aymar, translated by Montserrat Roser i Puig (2011)
  15. L’any en estampes. By Marià Villangómez Llobet, translated by Ronald James Cooper (2016)
  16. Maria-Mercè Marçal: Her Life in Words, edited by Noèlia Diaz Vicedo (2017)
  17. Catalonia and how it got that way: El conflicte inevitable, Mathew Tree (2019)

With the retirement of Professor Alan Yates as Editor of the Occasional Publication series, the Anglo-Catalan Society decided that it was time to reconsider the future of the collection which Alan had established and directed with such diligence and success over the previous twenty years. In anticipation of this development, the Committee explored the full possibilities for the series and its future. As a result, a package was presented to the Annual General Meeting at the Conference in Oxford in December 2001, which proposed the publication of the series online in collaboration with the Institució de les Lletres Catalanes of the Departament de Cultura of the Generalitat de Catalunya. Dr Dominic Keown succeeded Professor Yates as Editor – with Dr Montserrat Roser i Puig as Deputy Editor – and a new editorial board was constituted. Since 2015, a new team of technical editors has been established, while Dominic Keown remains as chief editor.