Cambridge Scholars Publishing expand subject coverage and open new representative offices

Cambridge Scholars Publishing have launched an expansion programme in science and technology book publishing, building on their historic base in Humanities and Social Sciences. This move has already gathered a number of proposals and submissions, details of which can be found in the Life Sciences, Health Sciences and Physical Sciences tabs on the publisher’s web page. The expansion into these … Continue reading Cambridge Scholars Publishing expand subject coverage and open new representative offices

SD Mines Professor Authors Book on Soviet Film Adaptations of Shakespeare Plays

RAPID CITY, SD (Jan. 17, 2018) – Michael Hudgens, Ph.D., who teaches philosophy and writing composition at the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology has authored a new book “The Shakespeare Films of Grigori Kozintsev.” Kozintsev is a celebrated Soviet-era filmmaker and theater director.  In 1964 he adapted Shakespeare’s “Hamlet” to film and in 1971 … Continue reading SD Mines Professor Authors Book on Soviet Film Adaptations of Shakespeare Plays

Cambridge Scholars author becomes Egypt’s first ever female Minister of Tourism

Dr Rania Al-Mashat is a seasoned local and global economics veteran and even an AUC alumna. In the recent government reshuffle, former IMF adviser and deputy governor of the Central Bank of Egypt, Rania Al-Mashat, has been appointed as Egypt’s new Minister of Tourism. Al-Mashat’s story is a testament to the sort of perseverance, dedication … Continue reading Cambridge Scholars author becomes Egypt’s first ever female Minister of Tourism

The ICHTH Doctoral Dissertation Prize for the History and Theory of Historiography

The ICHTH Doctoral Dissertation Prize for the History and Theory of Historiography The ICHTH Doctoral Dissertation Prize ($500) is offered for a doctoral dissertation on any subject in the following fields: Historical theory History of historiography Philosophy of history Historical methodology Historical culture Submissions are now open for the 2017 ICHTH DOCTORAL DISSERTATION PRIZE (defended in … Continue reading The ICHTH Doctoral Dissertation Prize for the History and Theory of Historiography

Giacomo Meyerbeer – 5/9/1791 – 2/5/1864

Today, 5th September, marks Giacomo Meyerbeer’s 226th birthday. Born Jacob Leibmann Beer, Meyerbeer had an immensely successful musical career, becoming the most frequently performed composer at the leading opera houses of the nineteenth century. Meyerbeer was born into a wealthy Jewish family, just outside of Berlin. His parents had close ties with the Prussian court, and … Continue reading Giacomo Meyerbeer – 5/9/1791 – 2/5/1864