Cambridge Scholars Publishing expand subject coverage and open new representative offices

Cambridge Scholars Publishing have launched an expansion programme in science and technology book publishing, building on their historic base in Humanities and Social Sciences.

This move has already gathered a number of proposals and submissions, details of which can be found in the Life SciencesHealth Sciences and Physical Sciences tabs on the publisher’s web page.

We always welcome your suggestions for new publications, whether in these new subject areas or in the established Social Sciences area, and invite you to submit a proposal. You can do so by visiting our dedicated proposal submission page here, completing a proposal form and submitting it to our commissioning editor, Camilla Harding.

The expansion into these subject areas is supported by the development of subject-based Editorial Advisory Boards. More than 200 of these boards are now in place across the full range of Cambridge Scholars’ book publishing activities.

If you are interested in joining an Editorial Advisory Board, we are accepting applications – please fill out the Advisory Board application form here (PDF) and submit this to

We are also delighted to announce the opening of new representative offices in Berlin and Barcelona. Authors and customers have their own dedicated email contacts: (Germany) and (Spain).

For further details on the new Cambridge Scholars representative offices, please visit the Contact Us page.

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