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What Obama’s Re-Election Means for Higher Education

Inside Higher Ed has written an interesting article, entitled ‘What Obama victory means for higher education.’ Obama, they say, “has focused more on higher education than almost any other president” and this article offers a few insights into what we…

Anthem Library of the Month | BIBLIOTECA NACIONAL DE ESPANA

© 2012 Alquibla The Biblioteca Nacional de España, opposite the Recoletos underground station in Madrid, was created and opened to the public by Philip V in 1712, and is thus celebrating its tercentenary in 2012. It became a national library…

Anthem Library of the Month | BIBLIOTHECA ZI-KA-WEI

If you want to escape the remorseless development and frenetic pace of modern Shanghai and re-discover that colonial pre-1949 period when the city was an International Settlement run by foreigners with their own police force, soldiers and gunboats then, hidden…

Anthem Library of the Month | STATE LIBRARY OF VICTORIA

© 2009 Kelly Makepeace “During a recent trip to Melbourne, I found the State Library of Victoria a beautiful architectural environment in which to work. The Library is a lively focal point in the city for students, workers and visitors and…

Visit Anthem Press at New Delhi World Book Fair 2012 and other leading global book fairs this year

Every year Anthem Press exhibits at leading publishing industry fairs around the world including the Frankfurt Book Fair and London Book Fair. We cordially invite you to visit us at one (or more!) of these fairs. The first major book…

The Importance of Reading Classics

Classics. They seem to be eternal. We all have read them. We all want to read more. Anthem Press will be launching its own series of Classics in 2012. Watch this space! In the meantime, here are some takes on…

Anthem and the History of Political Economy Project

In October 2009, The Institute for New Economic Thinking (INET) was formed through a grant of $50 million from financier and philanthropist George Soros. From this cornucopia emerged INET’s Inaugural Grant Program, a bold response to the recent economic crisis.…

Financial press recognizes the significance of “Greece’s ‘Odious’ Debt”

Greece’s massive debt burden is the most pressing problem currently faced by the EU. As the European sovereign debt crisis continues to unfold, the financial situation for Greece and the entire eurozone looks increasingly insecure. While the eurozone technically disallows…