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  • 4 May 2020
    David M. Ricci

    A Political Science Manifesto for the Age of Populism: Driverless Cars

    In A Political Science Manifesto for the Age of Populism, David Ricci argues that the rise of populism in the twenty-first century is a product of growing resentment caused by mass economic and creative destruction. In the following passage, excerpted from the sixth chapter, “Humanism,” Ricci looks at the development of “driverless cars” to illustrate […]

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  • 5 Nov 2017
    Sébastien Jodoin

    Forest Preservation in a Changing Climate

    Since 2007, global efforts to fight climate change have included measures intended to reducing carbon emissions from deforestation, forest degradation, and support the sustainable conservation of forest carbon stocks in developing countries. An international mechanism known as REDD+ seeks to channel climate finance from North to South in order to shift incentives away from activities […]

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  • 27 Nov 2014

    Martin Paul Eve on Open Access and the Humanities

    Cambridge University Press' Commissioning Editor Linda Bree, interviews author Martin Paul Eve, to find out more about Open Access and what this means for the Humanities.

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  • 19 Oct 2014
    Mandy Hill

    Cambridge University Press Celebrate Open Access Week By Announcing A New Open Access Unit

    This week is Open Access week, the ideal time to formally announce a dedicated Open Access unit at the Press. Mandy Hill, Managing Director for Academic at the Press, explains.

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  • 9 Oct 2014

    Leading the discussion – Frankfurt Book Fair 2014

    Alastair Horne, Communities And Social Media Manager, reports from Day One of the 2014 Frankfurt Book Fair.

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  • 26 Sep 2014

    A New Way to Think About History

    The study of history has changed. Instead of examining centuries and millennia past and studying huge swathes of global history, the discipline has gotten microscopic, rarely tackling more than a few years or decades at a time. The change has more dire implications than you’d think: Winston Churchill’s maxim that “the longer you look back […]

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  • 11 Apr 2014
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    Peter Phillips

    Succeeding in the Next Decade

    The following post is a full transcript of the opening address given by our Chief Executive Peter Phillips, to the 16th Fiesole Collection Development Retreat on 11th April 2014.

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  • 9 Apr 2014
    Cambridge University Press at London Book Fair

    London Book Fair 2014 – Day Two

    PR Manager Adam Tuckwell, blogs from our stand on a busy Day Two of the 2014 London Book Fair.

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