New Cambria Press Book! Victorian Literature and Film Adaptation (editors Abigail Bloom and Mary Sanders Pollock )

 “Not your grandmother’s Victorians”! So says Professor Thomas Leitch (University of Delaware) in his brilliant introduction of the latest publication by Cambria Press, Victorian Literature and Film Adaptation, an insightful volume of edited essays that not only builds on major film theory and also on critical and theoretical work specifically about Victorian film and television adaptations, such as The English...

Book Launch for Historical Portraits of Women Home Scientists at the Australia and New Zealand History of Education Society international conference coming up!

Cambria Press authors Professor Tanya Fitzgerald (La Trobe University) and Professor Jenny Collins (Unitec Institute of Technology) will have their book launch for Historical Portraits of Women Home Scientists: The University Of New Zealand, 1911–1947 at the Australia and New Zealand History of Education Society international conference at the University of Auckland on December 6, 2011. There will be a public...

Cambria Press’s proactive, innovative ways helps it ride the Amazon.com wave of industry e-book Kindle sales surpassing those of hardcover and paperback combined!

Cambria Press‘s new e-book program effectively rides this growing trend (that is clearly here to stay) with the innovative distribution of two electronic versions of select Cambria Press titles on Amazon.com. Both versions are currently being deployed by Cambria Press––the first version is the full, complete e-book, and the second is the special abridged version, which is called the student...

Cambria Press author Ana Lucia Araujo tweets about the African Studies Association (ASA) 2011 Meeting in Washington DC

The research of Cambria Press author Ana Lucia Araujo, professor at Howard University, garnered much positive attention at the African Studies Association annual meeting. This was the case not only at 2011 ASA session but at the Cambria Press ASA booth as well. Both of Dr. Araujo’s books on the history of slavery (Public Memory of Slavery: Victims and Perpetrators...

Cambria Press is a proud sponsor of the 2011 African Studies Association (ASA) annual meeting!

Cambria Press is proud to be the sponsor for the 2011 African Studies Association (ASA) annual meeting. Visit the Cambria Press booth to browse our books and to discuss your book project. See what authors who have published with Cambria Press say about their publishing experience. Cambria Press is also offering a 30% discount for ASA attendees and their university...

Interview with Dr. Christopher Sands of the Hudson Institute about Forgotten Partnership Redux

Forgotten Partnership: U.S. – Canada Relations Today by Charles Doran, published 25 years ago and hailed by the American Review of Canadian Studies as “an important, original contribution to understanding of the most complex network of interactions and intervulnerabilities between sovereign countries in the non-communist world.” Watch an interview with Dr. Charles Doran on C-SPAN. Cambria Press is proud to...

Without Palin, It is Romney’s Race to Lose by Lara M. Brown (Villanova University)

On January 12, 2011, former chief executive officer of Godfather’s Pizza Herman Cain became the first Republican to make official his 2012 presidential aspirations and form an exploratory committee. Political analysts instantly reacted with skepticism about his chances. Most pundits thought that––at best––Cain, if he could raise funds, would “add charisma, a compelling story, and some craziness” to the GOP...

Cambria Press New Publication: Globalization and the Digital Divide

Cambria Press is proud to announce that Globalization and the Digital Divide by Kirk St.Amant and Bolanle Olaniran is now available! This book examines globalization and its effects from the perspective of how differences in access to online communication technologies between the economically developed countries and less economically developed countries is affecting social, economic, educational, and political developments in the...

Cambria Press Book Review: Filibustering in the U.S. Senate (Lauren C. Bell)

Cambria Press congratulates Lauren C. Bell for the excellent review and recommendation of her book Filibustering in the U.S. Senate by CHOICE, the premier review journal for academic libraries. The book is recommended for libraries because it is “a fine contribution to a growing literature on Senate obstructionism.” *This book is in the Politics, Institutions, and Public Policy in America...

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