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The Inaugural International Day of Education - Cambridge Scholars Publishing 21 December 2018

On the 24th of January, join Cambridge Scholars Publishing in marking the inaugural International Day of Education. On the 3rd of December 2018, the United Nations adopted a resolution to create this unique day, which acknowledges the importance of working to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education at all levels – early childhood, primary, secondary, tertiary and distance education, including technical and vocational training – so that all people may have access to lifelong learning opportunities.

At Cambridge Scholars we publish a wide range of books connected to Education – books that span the Health, Life, Physical, and Social Sciences and which encompass textbooks as well as specialist titles on the theory and practice of teaching and learning.

To celebrate the first of many International Days of Education, we are offering our readers a 50% discount on four of our best-selling titles in Education. To find out more about each title, click on the image below. To redeem your discount, please enter the promotional code EDUCATION19 during checkout. Please note that this is a time-limited offer that will expire on 1st February 2019.


From Education to Life: A Review of Its Role and Tasks contributes to ongoing discussions on the important role of education and on the challenging tasks facing educators today. Drawing on their long, vast and varied experience as educators, administrators and scholars, the authors deal specifically with certain fundamental issues with a view to engaging those involved in education in an examination of what underlies educational theory and practice. The book shows that education is not simply about attending school, academic institutions or any other establishment of learning or training, but, rather, is a process that looks further than the time spent learning lessons, attending lectures, doing research, acquiring knowledge, honing skills, or developing competence, important and crucial as these activities are to human development. Its greatest challenge and purpose come, instead, from life itself. 

Intercultural Communicative Competence in English Language Teaching in Polish State Colleges provides a strong theoretical introduction to the field of intercultural communication, offering practical examples of classroom activities, as well as presenting empirical research which demonstrates that intercultural communicative competence (ICC) can be developed effectively in specially tailored courses adjusted to the needs of learners. A thorough analysis of the empirical material collected from participant observation, the administered questionnaires and interviews allowed the most common values and attitudes held as components of intercultural sensitivity to be identified. The obtained findings are subsequently analyzed to predict the potential areas of communication misunderstandings and failures between Polish learners of English and representatives of other cultures.

How do we make sense of our world? How does giving an immediate, intuitive response impact its quality, what are its features, and how is this related to misconceptions? Who is afraid of misconceptions? Despite cognitive ability and information being accessible like never before, learners often provide incorrect, intuition-based responses to science and mathematics questions. Based on comprehensive research, combining quantitative and qualitative methodologies, Misconceptions in Science Education: Help Me Understand suggests a paradigm shift into an “empathic space” in which students, elementary and middle school, pre-service teachers and researchers can utilize misconceptions as a learning tool.

Bridging the gender gap in higher education is fundamental throughout India. Education is the yardstick by which the growth and development of a country are delineated, and it helps to discipline the mind, sharpen the intellect and refine the spirit. There has been a phenomenal growth in the number of women enrolling in higher education in India since the country gained independence, with around 45% of female admissions to such institutions in recent years. Women in Higher Education in India: Perspectives and Challenges explores the role of women in higher education, their emergence as a strong force for social change, and the implications of this on society. It also discusses technology’s impact on women’s education, constraints on women in higher education, and issues and challenges for women in the workplace.


To find out more about the International Day of Education, please click here.

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Book of the Month - January 2019 21 December 2018

Our first Book of the Month of 2019 is The Bible in Music, by Robert Letellier.


Robert Letellier is Cambridge Scholars Pubishing’s most prolific author, with over 100 titles to his name. Many of these titles are on French Grand Opera and more specifically the work of Giacomo Meyerbeer. However, Robert is also deeply interested in the wider intersection of religion and music, particularly as it pertains to Christianity.  

This book explores the relationship between the Bible and the world of music, an association that is recorded from ancient times in the Old Testament, and one that has continued to characterize the cultural self-expression of Western Civilization ever since. It surveys the history of this relationship from the end of the Roman Empire to the present day, and contains a detailed bibliography, an iconography, and an index of biblical and musical references, themes, and subjects. 


To find out more, please click here to read a sample extract and contents page.

We are offering all of our readers a generous 60% discount on this best-selling title. To redeem your discount, please enter the promotional code BOMJAN19 during checkout. Please note that this is a time-limited offer that will expire on 1st February 2019.

Please see below for highlights of the praise this book has been receiving:


"Robert Ignatius Letellier has set himself a daunting task in this substantial volume: a detailed look at music inspired by the Bible. [...] Letellier has diligently covered as much as possible over the course of 550 pages ... [and] the overall result is impressively informative."

--George Hall, BBC Music Magazine, December 2017

"The text despite the complexity of the subject is interesting and readable and includes beautiful illustrations. Its significance as a reference work is underlined by its comprehensive bibliography combined with 11 indices covering topics such as composers, themes, librettists and works. This work complements the author’s earlier text Bible and Art. It is of use to music lovers as well as those interested in both Christianity and European culture."

--Robert Gibson

"This must be a unique reference book as few scholars can write authoritatively on both the Bible and music. Dr Letellier is a scholar of both. [...] This book is beautifully written ... and I was personally intrigued by his insights into Meyerbeer. I would highly recommend this book."

--Ian Rogers

"Robert Letellier's productivity and his wonderful understanding of music, history, religion and context of time and place with regards to composition is brilliantly brought to the fore in this beautifully produced book, which offers such a wealth of easily digestible information. It is also a superior reference book for anybody interested in the topic at hand. In the five chapters he covers biblical themes in music, pulling out for example characters from the Old and New Testament, representations of choral music, and oratorical and dramatic music with biblical themes in opera and ballet. Throughout the text many pieces are selected for detailed description and the myths that relate to the music often explained: sections of the libretti are also given where helpful. This is an astonishing repository of knowledge, utterly user friendly and so well organised that anybody interested in music, but particularly in sacred music, opera and oratorio should have it on their bookshelves. Cambridge Scholars Publishing have produced another book of outstanding quality and have included in the middle a section of 258 largely coloured images to augment a very professional book."

--Michael Trimble


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Editorial Advisory Board’s ‘Recommended Read’ - January 2019 21 December 2018

For our first ‘Recommended Read’ of 2019, our Editorial Advisory Board member Dr Spiros Paramithiotis has chosen a new book that breaks fresh ground in the study of the links between health, food science, and society. Spiros graduated from the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition of the Agricultural University of Athens, Greece, in 1996, and has worked at the Laboratory of Food Quality Control and Hygiene within the Agricultural University of Athens' Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition as a member of their scientific personnel since 2003.

We are offering all of our readers a 50% discount on Spiros’ pick. To redeem your discount, please enter the promotional code EABJAN19 during checkout. Please note that this is a time-limited offer that will expire on 1st February 2019.


Dr Spiros Paramithiotis' ‘Recommended Read’:

Dying to Eat: Health, Heresy and Hysteria

Author: Michael David Trevan

This book examines our oft emotional relationship with food; the way science has been used and misused by those who govern, provide advice to the public, or try to sell food; and why we tend to believe the statements about healthy eating that we wish were true, rather than those which are true.


This is not an ordinary food science textbook. Professor Trevan, with an amazing ability for narration, guides the reader through every aspect of contemporary food science. From food chemistry and microbiology, human nutrition and physiology, to government agencies and the media, he depicts the links between health, food, and society in a delightful way. In addition, by providing historical perspectives and discussing numerous scientific publications in a critical and unique way, Professor Trevan facilitates an understanding of the current state of knowledge in the field and identifies further gaps that are worth researching. Reading this book feels like attending a lecture that you do not want to end. It is a highly informative and enjoyable text, necessary for anyone that studies or is merely interested in food science.”


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Featured Reviews – Friedrich Nietzsche and European Nihilism 21 December 2018

At Cambridge Scholars Publishing, we work hard to ensure that our books are read and reviewed in the largest and most influential scholarly journals. We recognise that having respected scholars engaging with our authors’ work is one of the most important parts of the publication process. This month, we are delighted to share news of two new reviews of one of our best-received books from 2018: Friedrich Nietzsche and European Nihilism.

Authored by renowned Nietzsche scholar and Professor Emeritus of Moral Philosophy at Radboud University, Paul van Tongeren, this book is set to become the new standard work on Nietzsche’s understanding and theorisation of nihilism. However, the book is much more than this, and offers nothing less than a critical, detailed history of nihilism for the early days of Christianity to the present.

The book has recently been reviewed in The Agonist and The Journal of European Studies. Here is what the reviewers had to say:  


“Van Tongeren packs quite a lot into this relatively thin monograph, resulting in a dense text best suited for slow, focused reading. Given the incredibly wide scope of the work— his account begins with a “pre-history” of nihilism founded in Christianity, moves through the Anglophone reception of Nietzsche in works as recent as Reginster’s The Affirmation of Life (2006), and locates manifestations of nihilism not only in philosophy and political history but also, appropriately, in literature – it is a happy surprise to discover the project itself still treats its topics with precision and in sufficient detail. This ability to distill such a vast amount of information into clear, pithy sentences is a true virtue of the work, and surely results from van Tongeren’s lifelong engagement with Nietzsche’s thought.”

--Kaitlyn Creasy, The Agonist (Fall 2018)

"This book offers nothing less than a concise yet comprehensive introduction to a vast topic in Nietzsche’s thought, spreading the fruits of his course at Nijmegen to a wider audience. As the choice of cover illustration (Albrecht Dürer’s Ritter, Tod und Teufel) reminds us, Nietzsche used this work in The Birth of Tragedy as an emblem for Schopenhauerian philosophy: like Dürer’s knight, Schopenhauer ‘lacked all hope, but desired truth’ (§20). How the transformation wrought when ‘the desert of our exhausted culture’ is changed when touched by ‘the Dionysian magic’ (§20) can be transferred into one’s experience of everyday life lies, understandably enough, outside the scope of this study."

--Paul Bishop, Journal of European Studies (2018)


Not only this, a review will shortly be published on the acclaimed Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews, written by Matthew Meyer. The book itself is available to purchase now directly from Cambridge Scholars. Please click here to see more, and to read a 30 page excerpt from the book including the table of contents.

We are always very happy to hear from authors with reviews of their titles and have published an ever-increasing number of reviews on our website. Being well-reviewed is a strong selling point for any book, and at Cambridge Scholars we have a number of ways in which we can help authors and editors to this end.

In the first instance, following publication our dedicated Reviews Editor will contact individuals and publications from our wide-ranging list of contacts. We have up to 20 review copies to send directly to any interested scholars or publications as standard. We appreciate that our authors have specialist knowledge in their subject areas, and we always welcome suggestions of potential reviewers both during and after publication.

For more information on the post-publication process, please visit our dedicated Post-Publication page by clicking here.

 

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Meet our Authors: Francis Etheredge - December 2018 13 December 2018

Francis Etheredge is a lecturer, poet, philosopher, and influential Catholic writer. Throughout his long and distinguished life he has contributed articles to a number of journals on the intersection of ethics and Catholicism, and he is a writer for Catholic publications such as The Catholic Times and The Catholic Universe.


In 2016, Francis published his magnum opus with Cambridge Scholars Publishing, the culmination of a lifetime of thinking and writing about religion and philosophy. Released in three volumes, From Truth and truth is an exhilarating tour through philosophy, reason, experience, faith, and numerous other themes both ancient and modern.

Prior to this, Francis also published Scripture: A Unique Word with us, a multifarious exploration of the nature and meaning of scripture today.


Francis outlines his experiences of working with Cambridge Scholars on these projects, and how his own approach to thinking and writing has developed as a result:

“The first book I published with Cambridge Scholars was Scripture: A Unique Word, and reflecting on the process the various people with whom I worked were very responsive and, altogether, helped me to establish a ‘book style’ which has been foundational for subsequent work. As the book included a dedicated exploration of the opening lines of the Hebrew text, a marvellously literary work communicating a wonderful combination of analogy and mystery, I offered my own Hebrew-word design for the cover. This resulted in a highly interactive process of suggestions and refinements with Cambridge Scholars’ design team, which, in due course, culminated in a book that I am more than pleased with.

“I then began writing full time, and we eventually collaborated on another book, my From Truth and truth. It was originally supposed to be a single book, but as I assembled the material it evolved into a trilogy. Cambridge Scholars were very flexible and positive towards these changes, and we developed a strong marketing campaign for the trilogy including posters and book advertisements.

“Now, two years on, Cambridge Scholars continue to support the marketing and publicity of my books. We are developing a ‘Christmas package’ with reviews and blog posts, with a view to benefitting writer and publisher alike. This is testament to their approach to their authors, and I am delighted that they continue to support me in these ways.”


As part of the Meet our Authors campaign, we are offering our readers a 50% discount on all of Francis’ books with Cambridge Scholars; his Scripture: A Unique Word, and Volume I, Volume II, and Volume III of From Truth and truth. To redeem your discount, please enter the promotional code MOADEC18 during checkout. Please note that this is a time-limited offer that will expire on 15th January 2019.

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Meet our Authors: Takesure Taringana - December 2018 13 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 focuses primarily on coffee production in both colonial and post-colonial Zimbabwe. His research is also concerned with water and development, gender, language, climate change and community development.

In June 2018, Takesure published his first research monograph with Cambridge Scholars Publishing, entitled Agrarian Capitalism and the Development of the Coffee Industry in Colonial Zimbabwe 1900-1980. The book is an important touchstone for economic historians, political economists, and anyone who is interested in the dual logics of capitalism and colonialism as they have played out in Africa over the past 100 years.

Takesure explains why he chose to publish his first book with Cambridge Scholars:


“A major attraction to working with Cambridge Scholars Publishing was their strong reputation and the wide range of subjects that they cover. This offered me a timely and convenient entry into the world of distinguished scholarship. These virtues were further enhanced by Cambridge Scholars’ publicity drive, which enabled my book to reach a wide global readership and, therefore, make a significant impact on global scholarship.

“I also really enjoyed the efficiency of the publication process, which was the result of a highly interactive relationship between the publisher and me. They managed to live up to their expectations of an author-orientated publishing process – this meant my involvement at every stage of the process, ensuring that my book is exactly what I wanted it to be!

“As a junior scholar, publishing with Cambridge Scholars was my breakthrough in the scholarly world. It has boosted my confidence and encouraged me in my efforts to make a substantial and ongoing impact in the world of scholarly publishing.”


As part of the Meet our Authors campaign, we are offering our readers a 50% discount on Agrarian Capitalism and the Development of the Coffee Industry in Colonial Zimbabwe 1900-1980. To redeem your discount, please enter the promotional code MOADEC18 during checkout. Please note that this is a time-limited offer that will expire on 15th January 2019.


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Winter Solstice - Cambridge Scholars Publishing 04 December 2018

This December, join Cambridge Scholars Publishing in marking the Winter Solstice in the Northern Hemisphere. Marking the longest night and shortest day of the year, on the 21st of December the pendulum of light will begin to swing back the other way, as the nights begin again to get shorter and the days start to stretch out.

Culturally and historically, the Winter Solstice is more significant than a mere astrological phenomenon. From Neolithic and Bronze Age settlements such as Stonehenge to mystical pagan festivals like Yuletide, it has long held a fervent hold over the imaginations of peoples and societies from the dawn of time to the present. To mark the Solstice, we will be offering a 50% discount on some of our most recent titles connected to the Winter and the Northern Hemisphere, from titles on education in Iceland to stories of Arctic offshore engineering.

To redeem your discount please enter the promotional code WINTER18 during checkout. Please note that this is a time-limited offer that will expire on the 1st of January 2019.


Less tangible than melting polar glaciers or the changing social conditions in northern societies, the modern Arctic represented in writings, visual images and films has to a large extent been neglected in scholarship and policy-making. However, the modern Arctic is a not only a natural environment dramatically impacted by human activities. It is also an incongruous amalgamation of exoticized indigenous tradition and a mundane everyday. The chapters in Arctic Modernities examine the modern Arctic from all these perspectives. They demonstrate to what extent the processes of modernization have changed the discursive signification of the Arctic. They also investigate the extent to which the traditions of heroic Arctic images – whether these traditions are affirmed, contested or repudiated – have continued to shape, influence and inform modern discourses.

The educational systems of the Nordic countries are based on a common set of fundamental values, such as democracy, social justice and inclusion. However, when it comes to the treatment of diversity, especially in education, many issues remain unresolved. Icelandic Studies on Diversity and Social Justice in Education presents Icelandic research on the challenges and opportunities of diversity in education at several levels, including preschool, primary, secondary, vocational and higher education in Iceland. The chapters shed light on school experiences of students and parents of immigrant or refugee background and their teachers, and explore attitudes and values of young people with regards to diversity, human rights and multicultural society. While set in the Icelandic context, this volume will serve to contribute to current global discussions on diversity and social justice in education.

In the early 1970s, new technology was needed to aid in coal, oil and gas exploration in the High Arctic, in order to see if ice sheets could provide a perfect structural support for roadways, airstrips and drilling platforms housing hundreds of workers. However, little engineering experience was available in this regard. The Story of Offshore Arctic Engineering uniquely relates the human history and the technical innovations developed in this harsh environment through research, testing, and applying many existing engineering principles to ice structure analysis. It offers essential insights into the history of ice engineering for designers, university educators and postgraduate students. While other studies detail research and testing in the laboratory, this text relates the testing, development, construction and use of ice in real construction conditions. 

The descriptions of the weather in medieval Icelandic sagas have long been considered unimportant, mere adjuncts to the action. This is not true: the way the weather is depicted can give us an insight into the minds of medieval Icelanders. The first part of The Weather in the Icelandic Sagas illustrates how the Christian world-view of authors of the twelfth to fourteenth centuries influenced their descriptions of meteorological conditions in earlier times. The second part is more literary in approach. It points out the formulaic nature of descriptions of storms, and shows how references to the weather help to structure the narrative in some sagas. It also demonstrates how medieval Icelandic attitudes to the weather affect the portrayal of the hero.


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Editorial Advisory Board’s ‘Recommended Read’ - December 2018 04 December 2018

For the last ‘Recommended Read’ of 2018, Dr Jean-d'Amour Twibanire has chosen one of the most exciting books that we have published in the entirety of the year. Jean-d’Amour obtained his PhD in Chemistry in 2013 at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Canada. He has worked at Dalhousie University for several semesters as an Instructor in the Department of Chemistry, and is currently a Research Scientist with CanAm Bioresearch Inc. in Winnipeg, Canada.

We are offering all of our readers a 50% discount on Jean-d’Amour’s choice. To redeem your discount, please enter the promotional code EABDEC18 during checkout. Please note that this is a time-limited offer that will expire on 2nd January 2019.


Dr Jean-d'Amore Twibanire’s ‘Recommended Read’:

Evolution of Evolution: The Survival Value of Caring

Author: Richard Littleton Guerrant

This book strives to link our humanities and religious philosophies to a scientific understanding of human destiny, and provide a key to meaning in our lives. Though this idea has incubated for over two decades, recent extremism in Charlottesville and global threats of inhumanity and violence make this more timely than ever for all who care about who we are and our children’s future


This book, written by Professor Richard Guerrant, takes a closer look at the value of caring and its evolution to the present day. The seven chapters are well written and cover an array of different topics and questions – in Chapter Two, for example, the author discusses a question of paramount importance: “Can traits that were once helpful become more harmful than helpful with changes over time”? The issue of whether spiritual philosophies, religions, or indeed the humanities can join with the sciences to complement and reinforce one another is dealt with in Chapter Three. Overall, the book reaffirms the fact that we are ‘in it together’, and that isolation in its various forms may not be possible in the long run. Caring for others, even those we may not know, is rooted in our humanity, and those who have nothing to care about cease to exist in so many ways.

I firmly agree with Guerrant that the evolution of evolution is critical for all of humanity, and that we cannot afford to ignore it. We are interdependent, often more than we realise. Whether we like it or not, we are connected, and what we do very much affects what others do too. Caring and love, Guerrant successfully suggests, is what will give meaning to our existence and our evolutionary future.”


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Introductory Readings in Neuroscience 04 December 2018

As part of our expansion into the Life Sciences, Cambridge Scholars Publishing has begun an already expanding collection of books in the field of Neuroscience. Concerned with the brain and nervous system in both humans and animals, Neuroscience is a relatively new branch of scientific and philosophical enquiry, emerging in the mid-twentieth century several centuries after its intellectual godparent biology did in the 1700s. It is now a vibrant and eclectic field of study, focusing primarily on the organ that regulates our thoughts, sleep, and dreams – our brains.

As part of our expansion, Cambridge Scholars have a number of titles forthcoming on different aspects of neurochemistry, experimental psychology, mathematical modelling, and the emergent properties of neurons and neural circuits. However, we are delighted to share an exclusive 20% discount on three recently published introductory texts in Neuroscience, books which provide a flavour of what is to be released in the coming months.

To redeem your discount, please enter the promotional code NEURO18 during checkout.


An Integrated Approach to Neuroscience provides detailed information about the salient topics typically covered in a traditional introductory neuroscience course, offering a basic overview of brain anatomy and physiology, from molecules to the mind, in a concise, readable format, without a substantial amount of peripheral information. This allows the reader to focus on the primary concepts without getting lost in ancillary information that may not be relevant to their future careers. This text will also serve as a useful reference for anyone wanting to refresh their memory on the subject. 

Contemporary teaching and learning methods based on cognitive neuroscience deal with such questions as “How do we think?” or “How does the human memory work?”. Innovative approaches in this field tackle the subject of human mentality by connecting discoveries from a range of disciplines that shed light on cognitive occurrences and the learning process. Especially over the last decade, one of the key trends in this field has focused on the connection between humans and machines. Contemporary technologies based on AI will undoubtedly play a critical role in shaping the society of the future. Thus, the primary purpose of Problem-Based Learning and Proprioception is to shed light on issues related to teaching and learning based on contemporary trends and approaches from the field of information and communication technologies and artificial intelligence.

Since its inception in Canada in 1998 as a method for teaching French as a second language in a school setting, the Neurolinguistic Approach to second-language acquisition (NLA) has expanded to several countries and is now also applied to teaching adults. By ensuring the independent development of effective communication and implicit competence in the second language, the NLA allows learners to genuinely express themselves in their new language. In this volume, co-developer of the approach Claude Germain outlines the history of the NLA’s development and provides insights into its principles, its teaching and acquisition strategies applied in the classroom, and the results it has achieved. This is an essential book for all second-language teachers, as well as researchers interested in the transmission of second languages.


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Featured Review - Rejuvenating Medical Education: Seeking Help from Homer 04 December 2018

At Cambridge Scholars, we recognise the importance of work that strives to cut across disciplinary boundaries and shine fresh light on older, well-worn topics. In particular, we welcome and encourage scholarship that bridges the gaps between the Health, Life, Physical, and Social Sciences, and we are delighted to share news of a new review of a recent book that does precisely this.

Rejuvenating Medical Education: Seeking Help from Homer looks to The Iliad and The Odyssey by the legendary Greek poet Homer for inspiration in rethinking contemporary medicine. Jointly authored by Robert Marshall and Alan Bleakley, the book promotes a new kind of medicine and medical education fit for the 21st century, but envisages this through the ancient lens of Homer’s two epics. This year, the book has been reviewed in the latest issue of Medical History by Neil Vickers of King’s College London, and below is Vickers’ summarising thoughts:


"We need more books like this one: books that revel in the moral complexity of clinical work and that initiate fruitful dialogues across disciplines to explore it. Marshall and Bleakley see medicine as an art as well as a science and use Homer as a model of what style, presence and refinement might mean in a clinical context. Their book is a salutary intervention at a time when medical education is increasingly laying on algorithmic habits of mind. They evoke the human dimension of medical practice as skilfully as the best physician writers: Rita Charon, say, or Jerome Groopman. At a time when the humanities are in retreat in medical schools, this book offers much-needed food for thought to anyone wanting a detailed account of how the humanities might contribute to clinical training."

Neil Vickers, King's College London

Medical History 62/3 (2018)


The book is available to purchase now directly from Cambridge Scholars. Please click here to see more, and to read a 30 page excerpt from the book including the table of contents.

We are always very happy to hear from authors with reviews of their titles and have published an ever-increasing number of reviews on our website. Being well-reviewed is a strong selling point for any book, and at Cambridge Scholars we have a number of ways in which we can help authors and editors to this end.

In the first instance, following publication our dedicated Reviews Editor will contact individuals and publications from our wide-ranging list of contacts. We have up to 20 review copies to send directly to any interested scholars or publications as standard. We appreciate that our authors have specialist knowledge in their subject areas, and we always welcome suggestions of potential reviewers both during and after publication.

For more information on the post-publication process, please visit our dedicated Post-Publication page by clicking here.

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