Language in Society
Language in Society is an international journal of sociolinguistics concerned with all branches of speech and language as aspects of social life.
Learn to Write Badly How to Succeed in the Social Sciences
Michael Billig Paperback
Using examples from diverse fields such as linguistics, sociology and experimental social psychology, Billig shows how technical terminology is regularly less precise than simpler language.
Image and Imagination
Walter Hopper Paperback
This selection from the writings of C. S. Lewis gathers together forty book reviews, never before reprinted, as well as four major essays which have been unavailable for many decades.
Thomas Pinney Hardback
Thomas Pinney brings together a selection of well-established favourites and the best of the previously uncollected and unpublished poems by Rudyard Kipling.
Cambridge Academic English
Martin Hewings and Craig Thaine Cambridge English
Designed specifically for students at university and on foundation courses, this integrated skills course develops language and real academic skills essential for successful university studies across disciplines.
Cambridge School Shakespeare Macbeth
Linzy Brady, David James, Rex Gibson, Vicki Wienand and Richard Andrews Paperback
An improved, larger-format edition of the Cambridge School Shakespeare play, extensively rewritten, expanded and produced in an attractive new design.
When Hollywood Was Right
Donald T. Critchlow Hardback
This is an exciting story based on extensive new research that will forever change how we think of Hollywood politics.
Language Teaching with Technology
Graham Stanley Paperback
This book puts pedagogy first, with the content organised around areas of language learning rather than technology types.
Journal of Applied Animal Nutrition
Journal of Applied Animal Nutrition publishes leading research in all aspects of animal feed science and nutrition in agricultural species, companion species and exotic species.
Michael McCarthy, Jeanne McCarten and Helen Sandiford Cambridge English
A completely customizable suite of print and digital course components that can be delivered 100% online, 100% in print, or anywhere in between.
English B for the IB Diploma
Brad Philpot Paperback
A practical and accessible course covering the English B syllabus (from 2011) for the IB Diploma.
Cambridge Companions Online
Cambridge Companions Online offers subject or theme based collections of content within a richly functional, fully cross-searchable online environment.
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Girls lead the way as Commonwealth celebrates its brightest young writers
New Zealander Katherine McIndoe and Guernsey girl Tabitha Carr are named Junior and Senior Winners of the 2013 Commonwealth Essay Competition, sponsored by Cambridge University Press.
Cambridge reports eleventh year of growth driven by digital focus
Cambridge University Press has reported an eleventh successive year of growth for the year ended 30 April 2013.
First MOOC on Computing for schools now live for all
The first Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) designed to support teaching and learning of Computing in schools has gone live for all.
And that makes five: Press author wins Bentley Book Prize
John Thornton, Press author, has been named as co-winner of this year’s Jerry Bentley Book Prize at the World History Association. This brings the total number of Press authors receiving this award to five.
Cambridge University Press Partners with Knewton
Cambridge University Press’ industry-leading digital products to be enhanced by Knewton adaptive learning technology.
New research: large carnivores bounce back from near extinction in Manas, north-east India
The population of large carnivores in Manas, north-east India is bouncing back from near extinction, a recent study has found.
New Academic books’ blog launched to showcase Cambridge authors and scholarship
Cambridge has launched a new Academic books’ blog, fifteeneightyfour, which will showcase the wide variety of scholarship published by Cambridge and highlight the expertise of Press authors.
Cambridge author wins coveted Royal Historical Society Whitfield Prize
Cambridge University Press author Ben Griffin has been named winner of the prestigious Royal Historical Society’s Whitfield Prize.
How the Drake Equation contributed to the search for life beyond Earth
To celebrate the publication of a special issue of International Journal of Astrobiology, two articles are being made freely available to the public.