Author Archive for Anthem Press

The Post-Truth About Fake News

This is a guest post by Anthem Press author Steve Fuller, University of Warwick. His new book, Post-Truth: Knowledge As A Power Game, is now available. Steve recently spoke to the BBC. Check out his interview here: – In Post-Truth: Knowledge as a…

2018 Award Winning Books and Authors

Several Anthem Press authors have received awards this year. Our congratulations to these authors for this well-deserved recognition! 2018 Schumpeter Prize - John Matthews, Global Green Shift: When Ceres Meets Gaia The International Schumpeter Society (ISS) announced John Mathews (Global Green Shift:…

Middlebrow – Feelings and Fury

This is a guest post by Faye Hammill, University of Glasgow. She is an editorial board member for Anthem Studies in Book History, Publishing and Print Culture.   What does “middlebrow” mean? Is it a label for a particular kind of…

New and Forthcoming Titles from Anthem Press

We are pleased to announce the following newly released and forthcoming titles:   Post-Truth: Knowledge As A Power Game By Steve Fuller ‘Post-Truth’ was Oxford Dictionary’s 2016 word of the year. While the term was coined by its disparagers, especially…

Consensus Building in the Age of Trump

This is a guest post by Professor Lawrence Susskind, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), USA and General Editor, Anthem Press Environment and Sustainability Programme What’s special about the Age of Trump? I would point to two things. First, our political leaders (not…

Sociology: New Series Announcements

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Anthem Press is pleased to announce the launch of five new Sociology series, each highlighting a compelling area of research. The first of these is the Anthem Law and Society Series, which delves into the role of law and legal…

Academic Publishing News Roundup: November 2015

Academic journal publisher profits might not last forever Justin Fox’s article at Bloomberg View acknowledges the profits made by journal publishers who don’t have to pay for the content they publish. It examines academic publishing’s history and how journals have…

Academic Publishing News Roundup: October 2015

Columbia University Press partners with Russian translation nonprofit The literary nonprofit Read Russia, which seeks to present Russian classics, modern words, and genre fiction to English-speaking audiences, has partnered with Columbia University Press to publish 125 Russian titles into English.…

AUTHOR EVENT: A Conversation with Ralf Fücks

Speaking at an event hosted by Nesta on Friday, economist and green thinker Ralf Fücks presented ideas from his new book Green Growth, Smart Growth: A New Approach to Economics and the Environment. His casual yet enthusiastic manner belied the fact…