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  • 25 Jan 2019
    Alejandro L. Madrid
    Holly Buttimore

    Anouncement: New co-editor for Twentieth-Century Music

    Cambridge University Press is delighted to announce the appointment of Alejandro L. Madrid as co-editor of Twentieth-Century Music, joining co-editor Pauline Fairclough from January 2019. Since 2013, Alejandro has been professor of musicology and ethnomusicology at Cornell University’s Department of Music; before that, he was in the faculty of the Latino and Latin American Studies […]

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  • 29 Mar 2012

    The 2011 Turing Award Goes to Judea Pearl

    The Association for Computing Machinery  (ACM) has named Cambridge author Judea Pearl the winner of the 2011 ACM A.M. Turing Award, a prestigious honor widely considered to be computing’s equivalent of the Nobel Prize.

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  • 25 Mar 2011

    Bancroft Prize Winner: Freedom Bound by Christopher Tomlins

    The Press is proud to announce that Christopher Tomlins' Freedom Bound: Law Labor, and Civic Identity in Colonizing English America 1580 - 1865 has been awarded a Bancroft Prize. Congratulations to Professor Tomlins on winning this prestigious award!

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  • 10 Dec 2010

    We’re proud to announce that John Miller’s APOLLO, AUGUSTUS AND THE POETS has won this year’s Goodwin Award from the American Philological Association

    We’re proud to announce that John Miller’s APOLLO, AUGUSTUS AND THE POETS has won this year’s Goodwin Award from the American Philological Association

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  • 16 Mar 2010

    Our Changing Planet Picks

    Congratulations to Michael D. King, Claire L. Parkinson, Kim C. Partington, and Robin G. Williams, editors of Our Changing Planet: The View from Space for winning the Best of Show 2009-2010 and Distinguished Technical Communication 2009-2010 Awards by the Society of Technical Communication.

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  • 8 Feb 2010

    Dictionary of Irish Biography wins major award!

    The massive, comprehensive Dictionary of Irish Biography was awarded the 2009 American Publishers Award for Professional and Scholarly Excellence (PROSE) for Best Multivolume Reference work in the Humanities and Social Sciences. Congratulations to the Royal Irish Academy, the editors, and all involved here at the Press.

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  • 6 Feb 2009

    John Hagan Wins Criminology Prize

    Cambridge author John Hagan’s research recently produced Darfur and the Crime of Genocide, which examines a 2004 US State department survey of the Darfur region. The results of this survey were never applied. His extensive work applying criminology to genocide won him the 2009 Stockholm Prize in Criminology. ‘In 2003-5, John Hagan pioneered the application […]

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  • 15 Jan 2009

    van Ruymbeke Wins Iran’s Book of the Year Prize

    Congratulations to Cambridge Professor Christine van Ruymbeke, winner of the World Prize for the Book of the Year of the Islamic Republic of Iran. Ruymbeke will travel to Tehran to receive official gold prize coins in a ceremony with President Ahmedinejad himself. Van Ruymbeke’s study of medieval Persian poet Nizami Ganjavi examines this difficult poet’s […]

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