Cambria Press Publication Excerpt from Seeking Bipartisanship by Ray LaHood with Frank H. Mackaman: "Congress does not need to be —indeed should not be— a contest to see who can shout the loudest or who can throw the most accusations at the other party. We should rationally attempt to address, discuss, and solve problems on… Continue reading Cambria Press Publication Excerpt from Seeking Bipartisanship by Ray LaHood with Frank H. Mackaman
The launch of Sanchita Saxena's new book, Made in Bangladesh, Cambodia, and Sri Lanka, at the Wilson Center was an extremely successful one. The Wilson Center highlighted the book again in an interview of Dr. Saxena, who is the Executive Director of the Institute for South Asia Studies (ISAS) and the Director of the Chowdhury Center… Continue reading Sanchita Saxena’s interviews by Voice of America and the Wilson Center on her new book
Cambria Press author Sanchita Saxena, (Executive Director of the Institute for South Asia Studies and Director of the Chowdhury Center for Bangladesh Studies at the University of California at Berkeley) will discuss her new book, Made in Bangladesh, Cambodia, and Sri Lanka: The Labor Behind the Global Garments and Textiles Industries, which has earned rave reviews… Continue reading Cambria Press Book Launch at Wilson Center! Public policy scholar Sanchita Saxena will discuss her highly praised new book!
On Earth Day, what else can you do for the environment in addition to skipping meat? You should read this and visit 350.org! "We’re taking the latest science—the climatologists’ assessment, after the great Arctic melt of 2007, that 350 parts per million carbon dioxide is the most we can safely have in the atmosphere—and trying… Continue reading Happy Earth Day! Learn why 350 is the most important number today!
#APSA2013 special price ends next Monday (Sept 30)! Political Science Professors, tell your librarian about this great deal so they don't miss out on these incredible savings on such well-reviewed books! Spread the word! * * * * * * * * STAY POSTED! LIKE Cambria Press on Facebook, follow Cambria Press on Twitter, and… Continue reading #APSA2013 Special Price Ends Sept 30! Political Science Professors, Tell Your Librarian!
Cambria Press is offering a special IECA 2013 discount for Climate Change Politics: Communication and Public Engagement edited by Anabela Carvalho and Tarla Rai Peterson, which has been praised by noted experts like Robert Brulle (Drexel University and Stanford University), Mike Hulme (University of East Anglia), and Max Boykoff (University of Colorado-Boulder and University of Oxford).… Continue reading IECA 2013 (Sweden) Special Discount on Climate Change Politics: Communication and Public Engagement by Anabela Carvalho and Tarla Rai Peterson
New and noteworthy books by Gavin Newsom and Cass Sunstein as reported in The Economist ... See also an earlier book Local Government Consolidation in the United States by Dagney Faulk and Michael Hicks! Governor Mitchell E. Daniels, Jr. (Indiana) praises the book because "Dr. Faulk and Dr. Hicks have confirmed in scholarly data what common sense… Continue reading Cambria Press authors Dagney Faulk and Michael Hicks were ahead of the curve in calling for local government consolidation!
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!
Three of the editors of Doing Archival Research in Political Science, Sean Q Kelly, Scott Frisch, and David C. W. Parker, will be at the 2012 Annual Meeting of the Association of Centers for the Study of Congress to discuss their book, which has been published just in time for the conference. Doing Archival Research… Continue reading NEW PUBLICATION: Doing Archival Research in Political Science is now available! Meet the editors at the 2012 ACSC conference!