#MLA17 Giveaway from Cambria Press

One always has too many things to carry at conferences, especially when it in during wintertime in Philadelphia—the #MLA17 convention program, session notes, books, winter paraphernalia, and so forth.

No worries! Come and get one of our free, roomy totes! Carry your books and winter items around in style with this extra-wide and water-resistant handy tote bag. Then take it home and use it for shopping trips or gym days.


Come to the Cambria Press booth (#509) when the exhibit hall opens on Friday morning (Jan 9) to get your complimentary bag. *Limited edition. While supplies last. See also our event list http://ow.ly/JiMo307vUlP.

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Seeking Bipartisanship a Must Now All the More


A recent Pew report noted that “a large majority of the public wants the new president to work closely with members of the opposing party in Congress (76%)” and that “Overall, 50% say it is either very (10%) or somewhat (41%) likely that Donald Trump will work with Democrats in Washington on important issues, while about as many (49%) say they think this is very (20%) or somewhat (29%) unlikely.”

Given the divisive nature of the 2016 presidential election, the objective of seeking bipartisanship is going to be even more difficult–yet more crucial–than ever. It has been done before by Secretary Ray LaHood who wrote the book on it, literally with Frank H. Mackaman.

The book, aptly titled Seeking Bipartisanhip, has been praised by Republicans and Democrats. This fascinating read provides remarkable insights on how Washington works and what needs to change. Order this book on Amazon today and get free shipping!

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Cambria Press Publication Announcement: Krausism and the Spanish Avant-Garde


Cambria Press is excited to announce that Krausism and the Spanish Avant-Garde: The Impact of Philosophy on National Culture by Professor Christian Rubio will be released soon. See it hot off the presses at the Cambria Press booth at the #MLA17 annual convention.

Mark P. Del Mastro, Chair and Professor of Hispanic Studies at the College of Charleston, praises the book because

Christian Rubio provides a refreshing, clearly articulated and well-researched study on the impact of Krausism on Spain and the avant-garde movement via the notion of ‘Europeanization,’ while he challenges traditional critical trends that persist with categorizing Spanish literature within generations. In addition, Rubio devotes a much-needed, entire chapter on Krausism’s impact on Spanish women, while at the same time underscoring the importance of the often overlooked contributions by Rosario Acuña and Carmen de Burgos. This important book is a necessary reference for anyone interested in Krausism, the Spanish avant-garde, and Spanish history and culture at the turn of the twentieth century

Learn more about Krausism and the Spanish Avant-Garde and read more reviews.

Recommend this book to your library for their Spanish history, literary criticism, and culture collections.

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AAS 2017 Cambria Press Sinophone World Series Event

Please join us for the annual Cambria Press Sinophone World Series reception and meet our series editor Dr. Victor Mair (University of Pennyslvania ), editorial board members, and authors for a friendly exchange of ideas on trends in Asian studies.


Location: Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel
Date:  Saturday, March 18, 2017
Time:  7:30PM – 9:30PM
Room:  Churchill

Check back soon for more details.

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Cambria Press Publication Review: Contemporary Hispanic Poets


Congratulations to Professor John Burns on yet another outstanding review of his book Contemporary Hispanic Poets! The Rocky Mountain Review commends the book, stating that “”Far from an innocent cultural trifle, poetry contributes to the fundamental cultural debates of our time. With this volume, Burns likewise contributes to the fundamental cultural debate of our time,…” Read more and browse the book online at http://ow.ly/U6Nr307l7aY

This book is part of the Cambria Studies in Latin American Literatures and Cultures book series, headed by Dr. Román de la Campa, the Edwin B. and Lenore R. Williams Professor of Romance Languages at the University of Pennsylvania.

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Cambria Press Publication Review: African Heritage and Memories of Slavery in Brazil and the South Atlantic World


Congratulations to Professor Ana Lucia Araujo on yet another outstanding review of her book African Heritage and Memories of Slavery in Brazil and the South Atlantic World!

The Journal of Lusophone Studies praised the book for being “a much needed transatlantic study on Africa and Brazil has finally come alive… in this formidable volume … the ten chapters offer a compendium of well researched work” and recommends it as a “welcome addition to the bibliography on Afro-Brazilian and South Atlantic studies. It will surely provoke further studies.”

This book is part of the Cambria Studies in Slavery: Past and Present series, headed by Dr. Ana Lucia Araujo.

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