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Another major reason why the AAS 2014 conference was such a huge success for Cambria Press was the book launch session for our authors. The room was filled with scholars across many disciplines in Asian studies who came to hear the following authors speak about their new books (click on author's name to watch their… Continue reading Victor Mair and other Cambria Press authors speak at the AAS 2014 conference book launch session
Praise for Ooku, The Secret World of the Shogun’s Women: "A wonderfully detailed history of the shogunal harem in Japan ... The study covers everything from job descriptions and employment procedures to struggles over money and power; and it does not shy away from discussion of the sex—or lack of it—at the heart of the Ooku’s raison… Continue reading AAS 2014 Highlight: Ooku, The Secret World of the Shogun’s Women
The Economist has reported that "public awareness of voting disparities in Japan is rising as rural areas empty, putting pressure on the judiciary to act. Politicians are strongly attached to the system that elects them. The LDP in particular has flourished in the countryside. For most in the party, deliberately weakening its rural base and… Continue reading The Economist highlights emptying of Japan’s rural areas – An issue that has been comprehensively covered in Japan’s Shrinking Regions in the 21st Century!
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… Continue reading ISA 2013 San Francisco – Another Great Conference for Cambria Press!
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,… Continue reading ISA 2013 Book Highlights: Rave Reviews for Cambria Press Titles!
In addition to the titles in the Cambria Sinophone World Series, the following titles in Asian Studies are being highlighted for the 2013 Asian Studies Association (AAS) annual conference in San Diego (click on links for more details): Sacred Display: Divine and Magical Female Figures of Eurasia by Miriam Robbins Dexter and Victor H. Mair… Continue reading AAS 2013 Book Highlights: Outstanding Reviews for Cambria Press Titles!
Cambria Press congratulates Peter Matanle, Anthony Rausch, and the Shrinking Regions Research Group on the review on their highly acclaimed book Japan's Shrinking Regions in the 21st Century: Contemporary Responses to Depopulation and Socioeconomic Decline! The reviewer for Asian Anthropologist praises the book, stating that this is "an ambitious project. I should also note that it… Continue reading First-Rate Cambria Press Book Review! Asian Anthropologist hails Japan’s Shrinking Regions in the 21st Century for being “very substantial” and a “must read”!
Cambria Press congratulates Professor Nobuko Adachi on the excellent book review of Japanese and Nikkei at Home and Abroad: Negotiating Identities in a Global World by the Journal of American-East Asian Relations. The review states that there is “much to commend. In addition to its contribution to the literature on immigration and transnationalism, its highly accessible… Continue reading Excellent Cambria Press Book Review! Journal of American-East Asian Relations finds “much to commend” in Japanese and Nikkei at Home and Abroad!