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

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

The definitive text on Maurice Aristide Chapelan

Maurice Aristide Chapelan (1906-1992) was a French journalist, literary critic, grammarian, poet, aphorist and novelist, who devoted his life and work to expounding the beauty he saw in the French language, all the while passionately upholding its correct usage in both speech and writing. While he is best remembered for the weekly chroniques de langue … Continue reading The definitive text on Maurice Aristide Chapelan

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”

Sanda Golopentia examines the secret police reports pertaining to her father’s surveillance

During 129 days in 1948, 1949, and until his arrest and disappearance in 1950, agents of the Securitate – the Socialist Republic of Romania’s secret police – were charged with the surveillance of the sociologist Anton Golopentia. They followed his movements meticulously: “If he took the tram, someone would poke and prod whatever he was … Continue reading Sanda Golopentia examines the secret police reports pertaining to her father’s surveillance

Events in November: The Da Vinci Globe

Demand to hear the research of Cambridge Scholars author Professor Stefaan Missinne has been growing exponentially after a number of events across Europe in 2019. Prof. Missinne, author of The Da Vinci Globe (2018), will be presenting the remarkable conclusions of his research at two more events in the near future. The first event is … Continue reading Events in November: The Da Vinci Globe

Ralph F. Turner, a Criminal Forensic Scientist Pioneer

When Ralph F. Turner began his studies at the University of Wisconsin in 1935, the field of criminal justice was in its infancy. His keen interest in Arthur Conan Doyle’s Sherlock Holmes stories would translate into a passion for justice which would see him make landmark and pioneering contributions in a distinguished career as a … Continue reading Ralph F. Turner, a Criminal Forensic Scientist Pioneer

Rites of Spontaneity: Communality and Subjectivity in Traditional Irish Music Sessions

“Kind friends and companions, come join me in rhyme Come lift up your voices in chorus with mine Come lift up your voices, all grief to refrain For we may or might never all meet here again.”1 Picture the scene. You’re sitting in the cosy gloom of a pub. Some musicians are facing each other, … Continue reading Rites of Spontaneity: Communality and Subjectivity in Traditional Irish Music Sessions

The History of Wine as a Medicine: From its Beginnings in China to the Present Day

Today’s featured book, The History of Wine as a Medicine: From its Beginnings in China to the Present Day, is the first scholarly volume to describe mankind’s 5,000 year history of using wine as a medicine. As the principal author Dr Phillip Norrie notes, “wine is our oldest, most documented and best preventative medicine.” According … Continue reading The History of Wine as a Medicine: From its Beginnings in China to the Present Day