Cambridge University Press are celebrating International Women’s Day (8 March) and Women's History Month throughout March 2019 by curating a free collection of work across the subjects of Arts, Humanities, Social Sciences and STEM.
This collection contains a wide range of online book chapters, articles, journals and blog posts written by, or about, leading academics and pioneers.
We aim to share, and make accessible, the excellent knowledge and research of our authors around this incredibly important issue. As one of the world's leading and most respected University Presses, Cambridge University Press have a significant part to play in helping women in academia have a voice and in championing their work.
Browse the collection below for an example of some of the featured titles for International Women's Day and Women's History Month 2019
Browse the collection below for an example of some of the featured journals for International Women's Day and Women's History Month 2019
As we celebrate International Women’s Day 2019, hear from Emma Smith – the new editor of Shakespeare Survey – about her perceptions of the publishing industry and her involvement with it as a leading female academic.
In the latest of our video series, Emma Smith (editor of Shakespeare Survey) talks about the impact of Shakespeare’s female characters – then ‘and’ now.