Revealing the past since 1770: Cambridge Journals celebrates completion of oldest digital journal archive

Cambridge University Press and the Society of Antiquaries of London (SAL) are delighted to announce the completion of the online archives of Archaeologia, Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of London and The Antiquaries Journal .…


Publishing your work in an academic journal – three do’s and a don’t

There are ever-increasing demands on authors/researchers from both local and national authorities not only to publish widely but to do so in “reputable” journals.…


Medical History – Highlights of a Decade podcasts #2

Adding voices to papers…Medical History‘s second podcast is now available online Medical History’s  2nd podcast is an engaging interview with Mark Jackson in which he discusses his paper ‘“Divine Stramonium”: The Rise and Fall of Smoking for Asthma.…


Itinerario to host on-line discussion with Prof. David Armitage

The Itinerario editorial board is pleased to present a stimulating interview with Prof. David Armitage, Chair of the Department of History at Harvard University, in the latest issue of the journal.…


Hegel Bulletin – new to Cambridge in 2013

We are delighted to announce that Cambridge Journals will publish Hegel Bulletin from 2013, on behalf of the Hegel Society of Great Britain.


BJHS – 50 years and counting…

An anniversary is a good time to pause and take stock. The British Journal for the History of Science has been publishing papers for fifty years, and its proud parent, the British Society for the History of Science (BSHS), the national learned society for the specialty, has been leading reflections as well as celebrations.…


A Peaceful Europe?

As the Nobel Peace Prize is awarded to the EU for six decades of work in advancing peace in Europe, Contemporary European History’s editor Holger Nehring revisits the journal’s special issue on‘ A Peaceful Europe?…


Sonification – contribute to a new themed issue of Organised Sound

Professor Leigh Landy is the Editor of Organised Sound and Director of the Music, Technology and Innovation Research Centre at De Montfort University, Leicester.…


Half a century of publishing, a fond farewell and lots of cake

The September 2012 African Studies Association UK meeting (ASAUK) was one to remember. Not only did it coincide with the 50th anniversary of The Journal of Modern African Studies (JMAS), it also marked the retirement of Professor Christopher Clapham from the Editorship of the Journal.…


2012 Jerome Roche Prize winner: ‘Bourgeois Opera: Death in Venice and the Aesthetics of Sublimation’

Christopher Chowrimootoo, an Early Career Fellow in Opera Studies at Oxford Brookes University, has been awarded the Royal Musical Association’s Jerome Roche Prize for his article ‘Bourgeois Opera: Death in Venice and the Aesthetics of Sublimation’, published in Cambridge Opera Journal (22/2) last year.…


Portraying Petroleum: Examining the impact of Oil on American culture

How has oil shaped American Culture? How do we explain the dominance of oil capitalism in American society? How has oil impacted on media, film, propaganda and art in the past 150 years?


The great China English puzzle

The most recent issue of English Today (28/3) is a special issue on the topic of ‘English in China today’. It includes ten articles dealing with different aspects of the spread of English and the uses of English in contemporary China, with contributions from leading Chinese academics as well as commentators from outside the country.…