Quote from Cambria Press Publication Following last night's GOP debate and in celebration of Constitution Day, we share a quote from Anthony Gierzynski's well-reviewed book, Saving American Elections, that astutely captures this moment in American political history: "Americans love to have choices. In general, they demand—and get—a seemingly endless variety of options, whether groceries, home-improvement supplies, shoes,… Continue reading Constitution Day – Quote from Saving American Elections by Anthony Gierzynski (Cambria PIPPA Series Publication)
Cambria Press is proud and pleased to congratulate author Ivan Sascha Sheehan, Associate Professor of Public and International Affairs at the University of Baltimore, was honored today for being selected by President Kurt Schmoke to receive the 2015 President’s Faculty Award for outstanding contributions related to teaching, research, and service in support of the university’s mission. The award is the highest… Continue reading Cambria Press Author Ivan Sascha Sheehan is the Recipient of the 2015 President’s Faculty Award
Cambria Press congratulates Professor Alison Groppe (University of Oregon) on the outstanding review of her book Sinophone Malaysian Literature: Not Made in China in the journal Southeast Asian Studies, which states that "this laudable book-length study has laid a solid foundation upon which scholars can investigate further to yield fresher insights about the uneasy making… Continue reading Southeast Asian Studies Praises Sinophone Malaysian Literature for Being “Laudable” – Read the Outstanding Book Review
Just as this op-ed by Dr. Robert Alexander was published by the Plain Dealer, Mitt Romney announced that he would be dropping out of the 2016 presidential race, causing some to speculate that he was clearing the way for Jeb Bush. However, will the Bush-Clinton 2016 race materialize? If so, will we go back to… Continue reading Bush-Clinton 2016: Back to the Future?
Cambria Press congratulates Alison Groppe, assistant professor of Chinese literature at the University of Oregon, on the excellent reviews of her book, Sinophone Malaysian Literature: Not Made in China. The premier library academic journal CHOICE praises the book because it is "exceptionally well-researched." The journal Southeast Asian Studies also commends the book for being well-researched, adding… Continue reading Cambria Press Book Reviews: Sinophone Malaysian Literature is “laudable” and “exceptionally well-researched”!
Political scientist Anthony Gierzynski (University of Vermont) fully recognizes that "the petty, superficial, and distorted nature of partisan debate leaves voters without a sense of what the candidates and their parties represent." (Saving American Elections, p. 83) and that "elections require that voters pay attention, gather enough information to make an informed choice, register… Continue reading Election Day: “Vote the PARTY, not the person” – Anthony Gierzynski, Saving American Elections
#APSA2014 Must! Michael Genovese's session on Thursday and his highly acclaimed book Corruption and American Politics. This book is in the Cambria Politics, Institutions, and Public Policy in America (PIPPA) Series by Scott Frisch and Sean Kelly. Get the #APSA2014 book highlights See the book at the Cambria Press #APSA2014 booth 524. Stay posted! LIKE Cambria Press on Facebook, follow Cambria Press on… Continue reading More #APSA2014 Musts! Michael Genovese’s session and his book Corruption and American Politics
#APSA2014 Must! Lara M. Brown's session on Friday and Saturday and her book Jockeying for the American Presidency which has earned rave reviews. This book is in the Cambria Politics, Institutions, and Public Policy in America (PIPPA) Series by Scott Frisch and Sean Kelly. Get the #APSA2014 book highlights See the book at the Cambria Press #APSA2014 booth 524.… Continue reading #APSA2014 MUST! Lara M. Brown’s sessions and her book Jockeying for the American Presidency
The theme for this year's LASA congress--democracy and memory--is a highly important one which presses scholars to consider critical questions regarding the impact of collective memory and institutional development. From the LASA website, these questions are: Does this past, shaped by collective memories that are themselves constructed of narratives, shared experiences, and interpretations of everyday… Continue reading LASA 2014: Democracy and Memory