We are delighted to announce that we will be publishing an edited collection, provisionally entitled The Internet of Energy: Connecting Energy Anywhere Anytime, in collaboration with Dr Nishant Doshi and Dr Reema Patel from the Department of Computer Science and Engineering at Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University, India. Doshi and Patel are calling for further chapters to include in the volume. Continue reading
Cambridge Scholars Publishing are delighted to announce that we will be supporting the British Commission for Military History’s (BCMH) forthcoming New Research in Military History 2018 Conference. The conference is being held at the University of Southampton on the 16th and 17th of November. The theme of the conference is Myth and Reality, borne of the recognition that accurately representing the past, and especially its wars, are often the foremost concern of military historians.
The Call for Papers for the conference is below, and all who submit an abstract, or register to attend the conference, will automatically be entered into a prize draw to win a military history book of their choice from our catalogue. Not only this, delegates of the conference will be able to receive a bumper discount on selected titles in military history.
Abstracts of 300 words for both 20 minute papers and 5 minute mini-presentations should be submitted to Zack White, the BCMH’s Post-Graduate Liaison, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Those submitting should also send through the applicant’s name, a contact email address, an indication of whether they would like to do a 5 or 20 minute presentation, and a short (200 word) biography. All papers focusing on military history in any historical period are welcomed and will be reviewed by the NRC Organising Committee. The deadline for submissions is 19.00 on Sunday 23rd September 2018.
British Travel and Narratives on Wars is a forthcoming edited collection under consideration for publication by Cambridge Scholars Publishing, and the editors Jeanne Dubino and Elisabetta Marino invite contributors to submit book chapter proposals. If you are interested in contributing please contact email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org for further information. Continue reading
Professor Nevena Stojanovic is seeking chapters for an edited collection on the life, oeuvre, and legacy of Eliza Rachel Félix (1821-1858). The deadline for submissions has been extended to September 1st 2018.
Scholars in the fields of literary and cultural studies, theatre, Jewish studies, history of art, journalism, etc. are encouraged to contribute. Possible topics include (but are not limited to):
- Rachel as a Jewish actress
- Rachel as a tragedienne
- Rachel’s impact on the French theatre
- Rachel’s influence on nineteenth-century actresses
- Rachel as a symbol of resistance and revolution
- Rachel as a national and international celebrity
- Rachel’s private and public lives
- Rachel’s biographers and their portrayals of her life and work
- References and allusions to Rachel in nineteenth-, twentieth-, and twenty-first century literature
Please send your proposal (300-500 words) and a brief bio to Prof. Nevena Stojanovic at email@example.com by September 1st 2018. Please type ‘edited collection on Rachel’ in the subject line. Feel free to contact Nevena if you have any queries. Cambridge Scholars Publishing is interested in publishing the collection, and our relevant information can be found below.
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What is Comparative Philosophy? is a forthcoming edited collection that will be published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing, and the editor Martin Ovens invites contributors to submit book chapter proposals. If you are interested in contributing please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further information. Continue reading
‘Owen Barfield in Contemporary Contexts: Exploring His Thought and Influence’ is a proposed edited collection that will focus on the life, work, and ideas of Owen Barfield. The book will be published by Cambridge Scholars Publishing, and the editor Martin Ovens invites contributors to submit book chapter proposals by October 1st, 2018. Continue reading
Call For Papers: Literacy, empathy and social sustainability collection
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
What role can reading fiction play in social literacy? This collection is a health, social sustainability and reading. Within nursing education and schools the reading of fiction is part of the curriculum but voices can be heard asking if it is really that necessary and how it is useful. Librarians deal with literature every day. A perspective that these professions three share is that fiction can be a bridge in helping practitioners understand different perspectives, experiences and cultures.