Professor Stefaan Missinne speaks in Vienna

The Society of the Friends of the Austrian Academy of Sciences has recently announced that one of our authors, Professor Stefaan Missinne, is to present a lecture hosted on February 18th by the Medical University of Vienna Library covering his ground-breaking work on the discovery of the Leonardo da Vinci Globe. As regular readers of … Continue reading Professor Stefaan Missinne speaks in Vienna

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

Professor Stefaan Missinne presents in Rome

The Centro Italiano per gli Studi Storico Geografici in Rome was the latest institution to host Professor Stefaan Missinne, who was again presenting the remarkable findings contained within his book The Da Vinci Globe. Academics from countries all across Europe attended the international conference. Also being discussed was Ferdinand Magellan's circumnavigation of the Earth. To … Continue reading Professor Stefaan Missinne presents in Rome

The Da Vinci Globe: “One of the most significant discoveries of the 21st century”

The extraordinary discoveries contained within Stefaan Missinne’s study The Da Vinci Globe have been revealed to captivated audiences across Europe ever since the book's publication last year. November saw two more events in which packed out auditoriums learnt the origin and the story of the small but hugely significant artefact. The globe, proven by Prof. … Continue reading The Da Vinci Globe: “One of the most significant discoveries of the 21st century”

Partnership with Istanbul Commerce University

Cambridge Scholars Publishing is pleased to announce an exciting new collaboration with Istanbul Commerce University (ICU). This non-exclusive arrangement encourages ICU staff to join us as Editorial Advisory Board members in their respective disciplines, and establishes Cambridge Scholars as the favoured publisher for English language monographs and edited collections. Our Senior Commissioning Editor Rebecca Gladders … Continue reading Partnership with Istanbul Commerce University

Barbara Kendall-Davies at the Jersey Festival of Words

Barbara Kendall-Davies’ operatic career lasted for more than thirty years and included the first Glyndebourne tour and numerous seasons across the UK. Between 1965 and 1995 she sang at Lille and Marseilles Opera and toured Germany, Switzerland and Japan. Her career as a writer began with Cambridge Scholars when she published a two-volume biography of … Continue reading Barbara Kendall-Davies at the Jersey Festival of Words