Tag: International Studies Association

#ISA2020 Highlights – Outstanding Books by Excellent Women Authors

On International Women’s Day, we are very proud to highlight some outstanding books by excellent women authors. Dr. Sanchita Banerjee Saxena (UC Berkeley) author of Made in Bangladesh, Cambodia, and Sri Lanka Made in Bangladesh, Cambodia, and Sri Lanka: The Labor Behind the Global Garments and Textiles Industries by Dr. Sanchita Banerjee Saxena is praised by William Milam, Senior Policy...

#ISA2015 Essential Titles

NEW TITLE: International Relations and the Arctic Increased global interest in the Arctic poses challenges to contemporary international relations, and many questions surround exactly why and how Arctic countries are asserting their influence and claims over their northern reaches and why and how non-Arctic states are turning their attention to the region. This first systematic study of Arctic international relations,...

ISA 2013 San Francisco – Another Great Conference for Cambria Press!

Cambria Press is pleased to report that the ISA 2013 annual conference in San Francisco was a great one! The Cambria Press booth was in a fantastic spot, right between Stanford University Press and Georgetown University Press. The new Cambria Press titles received much interest as well as the recently published Cambria Press titles with outstanding reviews. Just as it...

ISA 2013 Book Highlights: Rave Reviews for Cambria Press Titles!

The following titles by Cambria Press in international studies are being highlighted for the 2013 International Studies Association (ISA) annual conference in San Francisco (click on links for more details): The Political and Economic Sustainability of Health Care in Canada: Private-Sector Involvement in the Federal Provincial Health Care System by Howard A. Palley, Marie-Pascale Pomey, and Owen B. Adams (“A...

Outstanding Cambria Press Book Review! British Journal of Canadian Studies praises Forgotten Partnership Redux highly!

Cambria Press congratulates Greg Anderson and Christopher Sands on the review on their highly acclaimed book Forgotten Partnership Redux: Canada-U.S. Relations in the 21st Century by the British Journal of Canadian Studies! The journal commends the book, stating that “This book will certainly be as useful as its predecessor … offer[s] keen insights into Canadian-American affairs, taking into account various major events...

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