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  • 1 Jan 2014

    2014: The Year to Read!

    Happy New Year! Are you resolving to read more in 2014? Learn more? Explore new fields? Cambridge University Press can help! Check out a few of the exciting new titles we're looking forward to this year—delving into everything from criminal justice to American literature to Einstein.

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  • 4 Dec 2013

    Holiday Gift Guide: For the Literati

    Got a poetry lover in your life? Family members who can't get enough of classic American fiction? Fans of C.S. Lewis or Shakespeare devotees? We've got suggestions from the Cambridge shelves for you!

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  • 23 Aug 2013

    A Stargazer’s Bookshelf

    Summer Stargazing is almost over, but your career as an amateur astronomer is just beginning! Here at Cambridge, we have a dedicated team of editors and marketers working on our amateur astronomy titles, and we’ve asked them to highlight a few titles that will keep the learning and excitement going.

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  • 29 Jul 2013

    A Reader’s Guide to Twenty-First-Century Fiction

    Our world has changed dramatically in the last fifteen years. With the dawn of a new century, a digital revolution, and new global relationship, we’re plagued by a number of contemporary questions.

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  • 7 Sep 2012
    Danielle P.

    September 101: A Syllabus for Learners

    Students are groaning over blank notebook pages, teachers are readying their lesson plans, parents are packing peanut butter sandwiches, and retailers are flashing advertisements for back-to-school sales. This week marks the end of summer vacation and a return to classes for students nationwide. But what about the rest of us?

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