Life and death in Pompeii and Herculaneum: Unearthing the treasures in the British Museum’s exhibition

The British Museum is currently hosting a fascinating exhibition looking at life and death in Pompeii and Herculaneum. It will be running until the 29th September 2013, and you can find out further information here.…


Unearthing important research in The Antiquaries Journal archive

In 2012 the archives of Archaeologia, Proceedings of the Society of Antiquaries of London and The Antiquaries Journal were published on Cambridge Journals Online.…


How to get your book published, part 3

Cambridge University Press Social Science Publisher John Haslam offers a few final notes on getting your first book ready for publication.  In his posts, John focuses on revised theses and other first books, but many of the issues are common across all publishing proposals.…


Vesalius Revisited: His Annotations to the 1555 Fabrica – A Remarkable Discovery

A momentous history of medicine article appears in a recent issue  of Medical History journal, which is housed in the Centre for Global Health Histories at York: ‘Vesalius Revised: His Annotations to the 1555 Fabrica’ by Professor Vivian Nutton.…


How to get your book published, part 2

In his second post, Cambridge University Press Social Science Publisher John Haslam offers a few more notes on getting your first book ready for publication. John focuses on revised theses and other first books, but many of the issues are common across all publishing proposals.…


How to get your book published, part 1

In the first of three posts, Cambridge University Press Social Science Publisher John Haslam offers a few notes on getting your first book ready for publication.…


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 .…