Cambridge Journal of Postcolonial Literary Inquiry
New for 2014, this peer-review journal aims to deepen our grasp of postcolonial literary history while enabling us to stay comprehensively informed of all critical developments in the field.
This journal disseminates research on all aspects of music in the long twentieth century to a broad readership. Emphasis is placed upon the presentation of the full spectrum of scholarly insight, with the goal of fostering exchange and debate between disciplinary fields.
Against the Consensus Reflections on the Great Recession
Justin Yifu Lin Hardback
This thought-provoking book will appeal to academics, graduate students, policy makers, and anyone interested in the global economy.
Journal of Asian Studies
JAS publishes the very best empirical and multidisciplinary work on Asia, spanning the arts, history, literature, the social sciences, and cultural studies.
Fetal Medicine for the MRCOG and Beyond 2nd Edition
A solid understanding of fetal medicine is essential for the practice of obstetrics and gynaecology. This comprehensive book has been extensively updated to reflect current clinical practice and developments in the field.
Cambridge IGCSE Chemistry (fourth edition)
Richard Harwood and Ian Lodge Paperback
Written by a team with teaching and examining experience, this coursebook gives comprehensive and accessible coverage of the syllabus.
Ramus Critical Studies in Greek and Roman Literature
Ramus: Critical Studies in Greek and Roman Literature is a journal of innovative literary criticism aimed at new analysis and interpretation of ancient Greek and Roman literary texts.
Peter May Cambridge English
Compact First provides B2-level students with thorough preparation and practice of the grammar, vocabulary, language skills, topics and exam skills needed for success in Cambridge English: First, previously known as Cambridge First Certificate in English (FCE).
Out of Poverty Sweatshops in the Global Economy
Benjamin Powell Paperback
This book explains how sweatshops provide the best available opportunity to workers and how they play an important role in the process of development that eventually leads to better wages and working conditions.
Moles: A Survival Guide for Science (iBooks Textbook)
Invaluable for students taking GCSE double-award science or GCSE chemistry courses, and is suitable for science syllabuses at GCSE and beyond.
MRS Energy & Sustainability-A Review Journal
New for 2014, MRS Energy & Sustainability, a publication of the Materials Research Society, will publish reviews on key topics in materials research and development as they relate to energy and sustainability.
Journal of the American Philosophical Association
Launching in 2015, the Journal of the American Philosophical Association will provide a platform for original work in all areas of philosophy. The Journal aims to publish compelling papers written in a way that can be appreciated by philosophers of every persuasion.
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2014 Graduate Development Programme
We have just opened recruitment for our 2014 Graduate Development Programme. You can find out more and apply on these pages.
Cambridge scoops prizes at 2014 PROSE Awards
The American Publishers Awards for Professional and Scholarly Excellence (PROSE) has awarded one of their top prizes to a Cambridge University Press title.
Jonson goes digital
The complete writings of Shakespeare’s great contemporary, Ben Jonson, now accessible online in a new digital archive
Cambridge University Press Publishes First Cambridge IGCSE iBooks Textbooks On The iBooks Store
Cambridge University Press has today launched the very first Cambridge IGCSE textbooks on the iBooks Store.
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.