Celebrating arts and humanities this October

According to United States President Barack Obama, “we rely on the arts and humanities to broaden our views and remind us of the truths that connect us”. This month, join Cambridge Scholars Publishing in celebrating National Arts and Humanities Month, which has run throughout October every year since 1993. Events and celebrations are planned to take place across America to highlight the occasion.

As our focus at Cambridge Scholars is on publishing original academic work in the arts, humanities and social sciences, we are very pleased to lend our support to National Arts and Humanities Month and invite our global community of authors and readers to take part as well. We are also offering a 50% discount on three of our best-selling related titles – click here to read more.

We are also delighted to be featuring another of our well-established and successful Series this month. Pierides, edited by leading Latinist Professor Philip Hardie and Emeritus Professor Stratis Kyriakidis, contains a variety of studies on a wide range of ancient Greek and Roman literature and, in the words of Professor David Konstan of New York University, “fills a real need”. To find out more about Pierides and to get a 50% discount on the titles in the series, please click here.

Our October discount campaigns, with a time-limited discount of up to 60%, include:

Book of the Month – this month’s must-read is Citizenship in Transition: New Perspectives on Transnational Migration from the Middle East to Europe. This book’s topic is particularly relevant given the current refugee crisis in Europe and “deserves a wide readership” according to one reviewer. We are offering a 60% discount on this title – please click here to find out more.

The Editorial Advisory Board’s ‘Recommended Reads’ – this month, Professor Jonathan Winterton has chosen his recommended read: Work and the Challenges of Belonging: Migrants in Globalizing Economies edited by Mojca Pajnik and Floya Anthias. We are offering a 50% discount on this book to all our readers. Please click here to view Professor Winterton’s choice.

Forthcoming Titles, New Releases and Best Sellers – be the first to know about our new and noteworthy, or best-selling titles—all reduced by up to 50%. Our Editors have hand-picked 9 titles that are generating a buzz. Please click on our homepage to view the selection.

Happy reading!


Christine von Gall
Deputy Editor
Cambridge Scholars Publishing