Happy Halloween! In the spirit of All Hallows Eve, Cambria Press is highlighting Sexing Political Culture in the History of France because of this fascinating chapter "Sexual Crimes in the Early Modern Witch Hunts." According to Maryse Simon (University of Strasbourg), "the witch hunt was an essential element in early modern European politics, setting the… Continue reading Halloween Highlight: Sexual Crimes in the Early Modern Witch Hunts
Cambria Press congratulates Margaret Bradley on the outstanding review of her book in The British Journal for the History of Science. The book review praises Charles Dupin (1784–1873) and His Influence on France because "the great merit of this first English-language biography of Charles Dupin is to draw renewed attention to the importance of this key… Continue reading Cambria Press Book Review: The British Journal for the History of Science commends Charles Dupin (1784–1873) and His Influence on France
MLA 2013 Reception for Gao Xingjian: Professor Victor Mair (University of Pennsylvania and Dr. Mabel Lee (University of Sydney) with Gao Xingjian. MLA 2013 Reception (left to right): Professor Song Xiaoping (Norwich University), Toni Tan (Cambria Press), Nobel laureate Gao Xingjian, Dr. Mabel Lee (University of Sydney), and Diane Burrowes (HarperCollins). A reception for Gao Xingjian was held… Continue reading MLA 2013: Reception for Gao Xingjian and Cambria Press Book Launch by Victor Mair
Cambria Press is pleased to announce that Charles Dupin (1784–1873) and His Influence on France: The Contributions of a Mathematician, Educator, Engineer, and Statesman by Margaret Bradley is now available. Charles Dupin was a multifaceted figure in the history of France, where his life spanned several regimes. He produced an enormous number of publications in… Continue reading NEW PUBLICATION: Charles Dupin (1784–1873) and His Influence on France is now available!