The Diarists of 1940: From Göbbels to Orwell

The historian Revd Dr Andrew Sangster is one of Cambridge Scholars’ most prolific and popular authors. His profound knowledge of the makings of modern Europe has produced such titles as The Agony of France (2016) and The Roots of Nationalism in European History (2019). His expertise as a biographer, on the other hand, has led … Continue reading The Diarists of 1940: From Göbbels to Orwell

Rewriting the history of the vaccine

The origins of vaccination have always been clouded in myth, subjectivity or confusion over historical facts. Patrick J. Pead's new book Benjamin Jesty, the Grandfather of Vaccination is a comprehensive, academic work of reference which presents an intriguing narrative with a radical perspective in order to set the record straight. Spanning the late 18th and … Continue reading Rewriting the history of the vaccine

The cathartic properties of trees

Cambridge Scholars are proud to announce the release of two fascinating multidisciplinary volumes which explore humanity's intricate relationship with nature. The first International Handbook of Forest Therapy defines the scientific domain of an innovative, evidence-based and timely public health approach. More than 50 authors from around the world are brought together to offer their expertise … Continue reading The cathartic properties of trees

Podcast: Inventing Transgender Children and Young People

Michele Moore and Heather Brunskell-Evans, editors of the recent volume Inventing Transgender Children and Young People (2019), were recently invited onto David Crowe’s podcast The Infectious Myth. With David they discuss the rapid rise in gender dysphoria and transgenderism in the UK, including the dominant role that transgender organizations have played in education and treatment … Continue reading Podcast: Inventing Transgender Children and Young People

The History of Wine as a Medicine wins two Gourmand International prizes

Dr Philip Norrie’s The History of Wine as a Medicine has been awarded two prestigious prizes by Gourmand International, winning Australian Book of the Year and Best Australian Drink and Health Book for 2019. With contributions by Dr Joseph Maroon and Jeff Bost, the text is the first to describe mankind’s 5,000 year history of … Continue reading The History of Wine as a Medicine wins two Gourmand International prizes

New Postcolonial Dialectics: An Intercultural Comparison of Indian and Nigerian English Plays (Featured Review)

“Sarbani Vengadasalam’s New Postcolonial Dialectics: An Intercultural Comparison of Indian and Nigerian English Plays is a model of comparative postcolonial analysis because she discusses the specific context and history of each colonial and postcolonial experience and each playwright while arguing convincingly for similarities. In other words, she finds important common ground without losing sight of … Continue reading New Postcolonial Dialectics: An Intercultural Comparison of Indian and Nigerian English Plays (Featured Review)

Santiago Sia awarded a DLitt for his published work

We at Cambridge Scholars Publishing are proud to announce that Santiago Sia, one of our most prolific authors, has been awarded a D.Litt. by the National University of Ireland (NUI). The D.Litt., a higher doctorate on published work, is the highest qualification awarded by the NUI to scholars who have “over a sustained period, published … Continue reading Santiago Sia awarded a DLitt for his published work