Book Launch: The Impact of Overbuilding on People and the Planet

On Wednesday 15th May 2019, in Adelaide Town Hall, Australia, David Ness held a hugely successful launch for his new book The Impact of Overbuilding on People and the Planet. This book challenges the status quo where profligate building and urban development is described as ‘green’ and ‘low carbon’, exposing a number of ‘elephants in … Continue reading Book Launch: The Impact of Overbuilding on People and the Planet

Book launch – Protection, Patronage, or Plunder? British Machinations and (B)uganda’s Struggle for Independence

We are delighted to share news that Apollo N. Makubuya's book Protection, Patronage, or Plunder? British Machinations and (B)uganda’s Struggle for Independence was launched successfully at Mestil Hotel in Kampala on Tuesday the 11th  of December 2018. A full report and account of the launch can be read here, and please see below for a TV … Continue reading Book launch – Protection, Patronage, or Plunder? British Machinations and (B)uganda’s Struggle for Independence

Book launch: PaintingDigitalPhotography

Cambridge Scholars Publishing is delighted to announce the publication of PaintingDigitalPhotography: Synthesis and Difference in the Age of Media Equivalence. Born out of the PaintingDigitalPhotography conference, held at QUAD Derby, UK, in May 2017, the collection investigates aspects of interconnectivity between painting, digital and photography in contemporary art practices. It contributes to critical discourses around networks of … Continue reading Book launch: PaintingDigitalPhotography

Book Launch: Contemporary Research and Analysis on the Children of Prisoners: Invisible Children

Book Launch: Contemporary Research and Analysis on the Children of Prisoners: Invisible Children Tuesday, 20 March 2018 5:30 PM-7:00 PM Location: Koru Lounge, Room 236, Level 2, Business and Law Building, University of Canterbury, New Zealand Ticket: Free In March 2017, researchers, advocates and NGOs from twelve countries came together in Rotorua, New Zealand, for the first … Continue reading Book Launch: Contemporary Research and Analysis on the Children of Prisoners: Invisible Children

Apurva Bose Dutta launches her book, Architectural Voices of India

Ar. Apurva Bose Dutta, an award-winning architectural journalist from Bengaluru speaks with Gallopper about her recently-released book, Architectural Voices of India, and a little more. Architectural Voices of India: A Blend of Contemporary and Traditional Ethos, published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing, UK is Apurva’s first book as an author. It features the journeys of 17 … Continue reading Apurva Bose Dutta launches her book, Architectural Voices of India

Honoring Egyptian Women’s Voices on International Women’s Day

U.S. Embassy - Cairo Press Release   March 8, 2017 CAIRO – On the occasion of March 8, International Women’s Day, the U.S. Embassy in Cairo convened a symposium to celebrate the publication of the book Daughters of the Nile.  Compiled by Professor Samia Spencer of Auburn University, Daughters of the Nile features the stories … Continue reading Honoring Egyptian Women’s Voices on International Women’s Day

Cultural Studies Approaches in the Study of Eastern European Cinema: Spaces, Bodies, Memories

The “spatial”, the “bodily” and the “memory turn” define this collection’s structure, made of an overview study and 12 case-studies of post-1989 Eastern European film and cinema. Concepts like space representation and construction are explored through national cinemas and films. Cultural Studies Approaches in the Study of Eastern European Cinema was pre-launched at the Network of … Continue reading Cultural Studies Approaches in the Study of Eastern European Cinema: Spaces, Bodies, Memories