Gender and Popular Culture: Identity Constructions and Representations

Edited by Kusha Tiwari, this recently released collection of essays explores contemporary reflections on interactions between gender and culture. The 11 contributions focus on varied dimensions of popular culture that define, interpret, validate, interrogate and rupture gender conventions. There are discussions on how children react to gender expectations and how this reaction is reflected in … Continue reading Gender and Popular Culture: Identity Constructions and Representations

Meet our Authors: Laura Finley and Matthew Johnson – April 2019

Laura and Matthew describe their experience of publishing their hugely socially important book Trumpism: The Politics of Gender in a Post-Propitious America with Cambridge Scholars Publishing. Laura Finley, PhD, is Associate Professor of Sociology and Criminology at Barry University, USA. She is author, co-author, and editor of twenty books, as well as numerous book chapters and journal … Continue reading Meet our Authors: Laura Finley and Matthew Johnson – April 2019

Book Review: Illicit Sex within the Justice System: Using Weak Power to Legislate, Regulate and Enforce Morality

We are happy to share news that Carmen M. Cusack's book Illicit Sex within the Justice System: Using Weak Power to Legislate, Regulate and Enforce Morality has been reviewed in the 2018 issue of the Journal of Law and Social Deviance by Jessica T. Bracho. The full review is available open access here, and an indicative excerpt from … Continue reading Book Review: Illicit Sex within the Justice System: Using Weak Power to Legislate, Regulate and Enforce Morality

Out now in paperback with 60% off: The Medusa Gaze in Contemporary Women’s Fiction: Petrifying, Maternal and Redemptive

Cambridge Scholars is delighted to announce that the paperback of Gillian Alban's acclaimed The Medusa Gaze in Contemporary Women’s Fiction: Petrifying, Maternal and Redemptive is out now. To celebrate the publication of the paperback and to continue the book's recent feature as our May Book of the Month, we are offering a 60% discount with the discount … Continue reading Out now in paperback with 60% off: The Medusa Gaze in Contemporary Women’s Fiction: Petrifying, Maternal and Redemptive

Editorial Advisory Board’s ‘Recommended Read’ – May 2018

This month, our Editorial Advisory Board member Professor Clara Sarmento has chosen her ‘Recommended Read’: one of our most exciting publications from 2017. Clara is currently the director of the Centre for Intercultural Studies of the Polytechnic Institute of Porto, where she is a Full Professor with Tenure, member of the Consulting Board, and director … Continue reading Editorial Advisory Board’s ‘Recommended Read’ – May 2018

Meet our Authors: Giada Goracci – April 2018

Giada Goracci received a PhD in English Studies from the University of Verona in 2015. Her areas of research include gender studies, literature and film, literature and fashion studies, ethics, power, and the body. She is currently teaching Scientific English at the University of Verona. Giada serves on the Editorial Board for Teaching English for Specific … Continue reading Meet our Authors: Giada Goracci – April 2018

Call for Chapters: Women and Leadership

This interdisciplinary volume discusses women’s leadership, representation in parliament, women’s rights, cultural barriers, and democratization process. Gender inequality remains one of the most important questions and a major barrier to human development. This edited volume (under contract with Cambridge Scholars Publishing) analyses women's leadership roles world-wide. It is a contribution to the growing field of … Continue reading Call for Chapters: Women and Leadership

CSP author Shahnaz Shoro provides guest lecture at WEN February meeting

Cambridge Scholars author Dr Shahnaz Shoro was honoured to provide the guest lecture at the last monthly meeting of the Writers and Editors Network (WEN), an organization dedicated to encouraging and promoting the art and skill of writing and editing. It aims to foster literacy and to assist, empower and provide moral support to writers … Continue reading CSP author Shahnaz Shoro provides guest lecture at WEN February meeting

The Historical Enigma of the Snake Woman from Antiquity to the 21st Century

Angela Giallongo’s book The Historical Enigma of the Snake Woman offers an excitingly thought-provoking evaluation of the snake woman coursing through history, particularly the Gorgon Medusa, while encapsulating hybrid creatures like Mélusine, Echidna, the Furies or Erinyes, the Hydra and the Basilisk. Giallongo draws her readers through a captivating trail of history, mythology, philosophy, literature and … Continue reading The Historical Enigma of the Snake Woman from Antiquity to the 21st Century