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  • 25 Mar 2021
    Timothy Cheek, Klaus Mühlhahn, Hans van de Ven

    Telling the Story of the Chinese Communist Party

    How to tell the story of the Chinese Communist Party? It’s the biggest, oldest, and most powerful Communist Party in the world today and it turns 100 this year. It runs China, and that alone should get your interest. You’ll be hearing a good deal about it, as well. The Chinese Communist Party and its […]

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  • 12 Jan 2021
    Graham Griffiths

    Stravinsky’s Russia

    It was in April 2014, I think, when I first exchanged the comforts of the Bodleian Library (Oxford) for the Baltic, and that razor-sharp wind on St Petersburg’s river Neva (accent on VA, if you please). My modest hotel room, in Pushkin-esque décor, was in the poet’s former residence on the Angliskaya Naberezhnaya, the English […]

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  • 11 Nov 2020
    Penny Souster, Vicki Cooper, Kate Brett

    Celebrating music author and series editor Arnold Whittall

    Arnold Whittall, Professor Emeritus at King’s College, London, is one of the most respected figures in CUP’s music list. His publishing record with the Press is immense, and spans nearly forty years. But it is above all his editorship of Music since 1900, and its precursor series Music in the Twentieth Century, which arguably constitutes […]

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  • 10 Nov 2020
    TEL 2020 Prizewinners Annnounced

    Technology-Enabled Learning Prize 2020 Winners

    We are delighted to announce the winners of the 2020 Technology-Enabled Learning (TEL) Prizes. Founded in 2019, the TEL Prizes recognise Cambridge University faculty members who use technology-based solutions to support and improve student learning. Two prizes are awarded. One is for Arts, Humanities & Social Sciences (AHSS), the other is for Science, Technology, Engineering, […]

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  • 16 Mar 2020
    Andrew B. Leibowitz, Suzan Uysal

    Modern Monitoring in Anesthesiology and Perioperative Care

    Modern Monitoring in Anesthesiology and Perioperative Care is essentially a manual to help health care providers navigate their way through a seemingly endless array of monitoring devices that promise higher quality care, better outcomes, easy installation, and rapid adoption. The fact is that we have mostly monitored heart rate, blood pressure, respiratory rate, and oxygen […]

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  • 4 Jun 2019
    Karen L Blair

    Who will date a trans person? – Karen L. Blair

    In a recent study published in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 87.5% of the participants chose only cisgender people and excluded transgender and non-binary individuals from their hypothetical dating pool. This blog, written by chapter author of 'The Intimate Relationships of Sexual and Gender Minorities' from The Cambridge Handbook of Personal Relationships, 2E, looks at why...

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  • 3 Jun 2019
    Philip Graham

    Myths about Gay Men – Philip Graham

    Author of Men and Sex, Philip Graham, explores common myths about Gay Men to support Pride Month 2019. Visit www.cambridge.org/pride2019 to find out how Cambridge University Press are supporting Pride 2019.

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  • 24 May 2019
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    Peter Remien

    Writing the Economy of Nature

    The concepts of ecology and political economy did not exist in the seventeenth century. Political economy would not formally develop until the eighteenth century when writers like Adam Smith, Thomas Malthus, and David Ricardo came to theorize the set of ideas that we now recognize as belonging to “the economy.” Likewise, ecology wasn’t identified as […]

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