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Excellent Books in African Studies Build Up the Reputation of Cambria Press

October 26, 2011

Excellent Books in African Studies Build Up the Reputation of Cambria PressLE: 

The reputation of Cambria Press, the innovative publisher, is shooting up with all its successful authors, excellent book reviews, and prestigious awards. The spotlight is on African studies this month because Cambria Press will be at the African Studies Association (ASA) 2011 annual meeting, showing off books that have earned great reviews. Cambria Press is also the proud sponsor of the 2011 ASA conference tote bag at this 54th annual meeting, celebrating 50 years of African Liberation. Browse Cambria Press titles at the book exhibit.

Cambria Press will also be providing a special discount to attendees and their libraries. So be sure to keep your eye out for the Cambria Pressdiscount! This should be in the Cambria Press conference tote bag.

The most recent example is Water Resources Management in Ethiopia: Implications for the Nile Basin which was praised by the Ethiopian Journal of Health Development for being “admirable” and “a highly valuable contribution.”

Cambria Press authors who will be attending the ASA annual meeting include Robert Maxon (West Virginia University) whose book, Britain and Kenya’s Constitutions, 1950–1960, was just published, as well as Ana Lucia Araujo (Howard University) whose Cambria Press publications are Public Memory of Slavery: Victims and Perpetrators in the South Atlantic and Paths of the Atlantic Slave Trade: Interactions, Identities, and Images.

Another noteworthy book is Africans in China: A Sociocultural Study and Its Implications on Africa-China Relations by Adams Bodomo, which is scheduled to be published by Cambria Press in 2012.

Learn more about these professors and their research at the Cambria Press website. These books will also be at the  ISA annual convention next year.


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