Rewriting the history of the vaccine

The origins of vaccination have always been clouded in myth, subjectivity or confusion over historical facts. Patrick J. Pead's new book Benjamin Jesty, the Grandfather of Vaccination is a comprehensive, academic work of reference which presents an intriguing narrative with a radical perspective in order to set the record straight. Spanning the late 18th and … Continue reading Rewriting the history of the vaccine

An Interview with Francisco de Assis Costa

Pesquisa FAPESP – arguably the most important magazine for scientific dissemination in Brazil - has recently published a wonderfully in-depth interview with one of Cambridge Scholars Publishing’s authors, Professor Francisco de Assis Costa. Francisco’s writings cover a whole range of areas including history, economics, anthropology and more, but in his most recent writing with us … Continue reading An Interview with Francisco de Assis Costa

Finding W.D. Fard – ‘A Masterpiece’

Dr. John Andrew Morrow's book Finding W.D. Fard: Unveiling The Identity Of The Founder Of The Nation Of Islam has been reviewed by the Berkeley Institute for Islamic Studies in which it has been labelled as a 'masterpiece'. Finding W.D. Fard: Unveiling the Identity of the Founder of the Nation of Islam provides an overview of … Continue reading Finding W.D. Fard – ‘A Masterpiece’

Meet our Authors: John Anthony Butler – April 2019

John Anthony Butler holds an MA from the University of Toronto and a PhD from the University of Manitoba, Canada. He has taught at the university level in Canada, Nigeria and Japan, and has published several books on seventeenth-century subjects, including a biography of Richard Cromwell and a translation of Lord Herbert of Chirbury’s De … Continue reading Meet our Authors: John Anthony Butler – April 2019

Exciting New Publication: Aboriginal People and Australian Football in the Nineteenth Century: They Did Not Come from Nowhere

As the 2019 AFL season has kicked off to a good start, we’d like to announce the recent release of one of our most exciting new books: Aboriginal People and Australian Football in the Nineteenth Century: They Did Not Come from Nowhere by Roy Hay. It is difficult to overplay the importance of this book. … Continue reading Exciting New Publication: Aboriginal People and Australian Football in the Nineteenth Century: They Did Not Come from Nowhere

Interview with Professor Stefaan Missinne (c) Canale 5

Ciao! Attenzione our Italian and Italian-speaking subscribers! Take a tour of the Channel 5 Evening News archive to witness our groundbreaking author Professor Stefaan Missinne (The Da Vinci Globe:) discuss the discovery of The Globe at the Italian Art Fair of Parma on Prime Time Italian National TV (3rd of March 2019). Click this link … Continue reading Interview with Professor Stefaan Missinne (c) Canale 5

New Review of The Da Vinci Globe (Professor Stefaan Missinne) by map curator (retired) Newberry Library: Robert Karrow

Please see below for excerpts from Robert Karrow’s review of Dr Stefaan Missinne's The Da Vinci Globe: a thoroughly well-researched and comprehensive biography of one of history's most compelling artifacts. "Missinne demonstrated quite convincingly that the Ostrich Egg Globe (OEG) was actually the original pattern (lost for 500 years) for the mold in which the Lenox … Continue reading New Review of The Da Vinci Globe (Professor Stefaan Missinne) by map curator (retired) Newberry Library: Robert Karrow

Meet our Authors: Takesure Taringana – December 2018

Takesure Taringana is an economic historian and a Lecturer in the Department of Economic History at the University of Zimbabwe. He obtained his BA Honours degree in Economic History and his MPhil in African Economic History in 2008 and 2015 respectively. He has a sharp interest in agricultural commodities and development in Africa, and mainly … Continue reading Meet our Authors: Takesure Taringana – December 2018

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