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Joseph A. Seiner, author of The Supreme Court's New Workplace, on the procedural rulings of the highest in the land and how it affects workplace harassment claims in the US.

Vito Tanzi, renowned economist and author of Termites of the State, discusses the industrialized world's economic development during the 20th century to today...

Amid widespread and often heated contemporary debates about an existential ‘clash’ between the ‘Islamic World’ and the ‘Christian West’, there is growing evidence that Arabic-Muslim women are...

November 23, 2017 sees the publication of Ecology, Conservation and Management of Wild Pigs and Peccaries by Mario Melletti and Erik Meijaard. In this post the authors bring to light the importance of these often-overlooked species.

In 2011, twenty-six democracy protests occurred in the world. Most arose in the Middle East and North Africa, but a few protests also took place this year in Asia, Europe, and Latin America. The 2011 protests...

The Dodd-Frank Act’s worthy objectives were to improve the safety, resilience, efficiency, and transparency of our financial system. Yet it has drastically diminished the credit available to low-income...

In this conversation between Linda Bree of Cambridge University Press and The Letters of Ernest Hemingway, 1929-1931 editor Sandra Spanier, the two discuss the fourth volume of the series, including letters on the censorship of A Farewell to Arms, how the author coped with his rise to fame, and more.

Olena Nikolayenko, professor of political science at Fordham University, introduces her recent title, Youth Movements and Elections in Eastern Europe

Peter L. Montgomery's contributions to computational number theory had a direct impact on our day-to-day information security life. In their new book, Joppe W. Bos and Arjen K. Lenstra elaborate on Montgomery's lasting impact.

Alice Tranah is a bookseller in the Cambridge University Press Bookshop which is situated in the historic heart of the city. In the first of a new series of articles, Alice marks the centenary of voting rights for women and celebrates some of the early literature of the movement.

How should we respond to the golden anniversaries of the publication of the Kerner Commission’s Report (March 1968) and the greatest wave of racial unrest in American history which followed Martin Luther...

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