Diversity Day – Cambridge Scholars Publishing

May 21st is the annual World Day for Cultural Diversity for Dialogue and Development, or ‘Diversity Day’, as proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly. Diversity Day aims to demonstrate that cultural diversity leads to economic growth alongside moral, intellectual and emotional growth. Cambridge Scholars Publishing wholeheartedly believes in - and operates on the premise … Continue reading Diversity Day – Cambridge Scholars Publishing

Winter Solstice – Cambridge Scholars Publishing

This December, join Cambridge Scholars Publishing in marking the Winter Solstice in the Northern Hemisphere. Marking the longest night and shortest day of the year, on the 21st of December the pendulum of light will begin to swing back the other way, as the nights begin again to get shorter and the days start to … Continue reading Winter Solstice – Cambridge Scholars Publishing

Friedrich Nietzsche’s Birthday – Cambridge Scholars Publishing

On the 15th of October, join Cambridge Scholars in marking the birthday of one of the most important philosophers ever to have lived – Friedrich Nietzsche. Born on this day in 1844 in the small town of Röcken in Germany, Nietzsche went on to become one of the towering figures of European philosophy towards the … Continue reading Friedrich Nietzsche’s Birthday – Cambridge Scholars Publishing

Is democracy doomed to lose its liberal core? New article by Daniel Dăianu

Daniel Dăianu, author of the recently published Emerging Europe and the Great Recession, has a new article in defence of liberalism and democracy at Eurozine. The book discusses and builds on some of the arguments made in his book. Please click here to read the article, and an indicative excerpt is below: "There is evidence of … Continue reading Is democracy doomed to lose its liberal core? New article by Daniel Dăianu

International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples – Cambridge Scholars Publishing

On the 9th of August, Cambridge Scholars Publishing will be marking this years’ International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples. There are more than 370 million indigenous people in the world, and they comprise an overwhelming majority of the world’s estimated 7,000 languages and 5,000 cultures. Yet the historical pressures of capitalism, colonialism, and globalisation … Continue reading International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples – Cambridge Scholars Publishing

Featured Review – Byron and the Best of Poets

Whether poetry or prose, at Cambridge Scholars we are proud to publish texts that are critically reviewed in the best scholarly journals focusing on language and literature. This month, we are delighted to share an especially noteworthy review published in the latest issue of The Byron Journal. Cambridge Scholars has published numerous texts on Byron … Continue reading Featured Review – Byron and the Best of Poets