October 15 is the International Day of Rural Women, and so Cambria Press is highlighting Villages, Women, and the Success of Dairy Cooperatives in India: Making Place for Rural Development by Dr. Pratyusha Basu. Cambria Press Publication Excerpt Villages, Women, and the Success of Dairy Cooperatives in India "The constant appearance of India's cooperative dairying… Continue reading International Day of Rural Women – Villages, Women, and the Success of Dairy Cooperatives in India
Much has been written about gender and the monstrous, but sustained engagement with textual manifestations of cultural and unconscious fears and anxieties about “unnatural” reproduction has been limited. This fascinating book expands the current discourse on the monstrous reproductive potential of bodies—as well as minds—from a more interdisciplinary and transhistorical framework. While scholarly interest in… Continue reading Cambria Press New Book! Unnatural Reproductions and Monstrosity: The Birth of the Monster in Literature, Film, and Media
Happy Valentine's Day from Cambria Press! On this day when many would like to feel special, Kassia Wosick's book Sex, Love, and Fidelity is one to read to understand how contemporary relationships succeed (and fail). This fascinating study illuminates how "fidelity is the ultimate catalyst for feeling special and making one’s partner(s) feel significant. In… Continue reading Cambria Press highlights Sex, Love, and Fidelity on Valentine’s Day!
Cambria Press congratulates Anne Innis Dagg and Lee E. Harding on the glowing review of their book in Literary Review of Canada by Dr. Walter S. DeKeseredy, the Anna Deane Carlson Endowed Chair of Social Sciences at West Virginia University. The book review commends Human Evolution and Male Aggression: Debunking the Myth of Man and… Continue reading Cambria Press Book Review: Literary Review of Canada recommends Human Evolution and Male Aggression for university curricula
Cambria Press is going purple with GLAAD today in honor of Spirit Day! Cambria Press is also very proud to highlight Gay Drama Now by John Clum (Duke University), which "signal a daring and uncompromising next wave in gay drama for the twenty-first century,” according to Professor Robert Vorlicky, Director of Theatre Studies, Department of Drama,… Continue reading Cambria Press Book Highlight in Honor of Spirit Day! Go Purple!
Cambria Press is pleased to announce that Are We What We Eat? Food and Identity in Late Twentieth-Century American Literature by William Dalessio is now available. Below is a transcript of the Q&A session with Professor Dalessio. ************************ 1. Why did you decide to write this book? I decided to write Are We What We… Continue reading Read the author interview with Professor William Dalessio on his recently published book, Are We What We Eat?