Featured Review: A Cognitive Linguistics Account of Wordplay

Even though the ability to create witty puns seems to be an inherent skill of humankind, an apt explanation of their linguistic nature has evaded many academic descriptions. Konrad Żyśko's book A Cognitive Linguistics Account of Wordplay is an exception. Our gratitude for the below review goes to Marta Agüero Guerra (University of Iowa). The … Continue reading Featured Review: A Cognitive Linguistics Account of Wordplay

New Postcolonial Dialectics: An Intercultural Comparison of Indian and Nigerian English Plays (Featured Review)

“Sarbani Vengadasalam’s New Postcolonial Dialectics: An Intercultural Comparison of Indian and Nigerian English Plays is a model of comparative postcolonial analysis because she discusses the specific context and history of each colonial and postcolonial experience and each playwright while arguing convincingly for similarities. In other words, she finds important common ground without losing sight of … Continue reading New Postcolonial Dialectics: An Intercultural Comparison of Indian and Nigerian English Plays (Featured Review)

Featured Review – Rejuvenating Medical Education: Seeking Help from Homer

At Cambridge Scholars, we recognise the importance of work that strives to cut across disciplinary boundaries and shine fresh light on older, well-worn topics. In particular, we welcome and encourage scholarship that bridges the gaps between the Health, Life, Physical, and Social Sciences, and we are delighted to share news of a new review of … Continue reading Featured Review – Rejuvenating Medical Education: Seeking Help from Homer

Featured Review – The Medusa Gaze in Contemporary Women’s Fiction: Petrifying, Maternal and Redemptive

Publishing with Cambridge Scholars is not an end in itself; instead, we recognise that the publication of a book is only the beginning of its long lifespan. Books not only need to be read, but they need to be appreciated, commented upon, and used as springboards for further research. As a result, we work hard … Continue reading Featured Review – The Medusa Gaze in Contemporary Women’s Fiction: Petrifying, Maternal and Redemptive

Featured Review – Emerging Europe and the Great Recession

At Cambridge Scholars, we recognise that knowledge is not an end in itself, but a vehicle for transforming and inducing positive change in the world. Our authors strive to provide deeper understandings of various aspects of the Health, Life, Physical, and Social Sciences so that their work might have a positive impact beyond the academic … Continue reading Featured Review – Emerging Europe and the Great Recession

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

Featured Review – Engaging Men in Building Gender Equality

At Cambridge Scholars we know that the printing of a book is just the beginning, rather than the end, of the publication process. We work hard to ensure our authors’ titles receive the critical acclaim that they deserve, and we are proud that our books are consistently and positively reviewed in prominent, peer-reviewed academic journals … Continue reading Featured Review – Engaging Men in Building Gender Equality