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Anthem Press | 20 years in publishing, new international partnerships and new book series

This year marks our 20th anniversary. Despite the turbulent times in which we live, Anthem has gone from strength to strength, with new global publishing partnerships, forward-thinking series and well-reviewed books. We have earned an excellent international reputation, being known…

Anthem Series Spotlight | Anthem Scholarship in the Digital Age

Anthem Scholarship in the Digital Age investigates the global impact of technology and computing on knowledge and society. Tracing transformations in communication, learning and research, the groundbreaking titles in this series demonstrate the far-reaching effects of the digital revolution across…

Anthem Library of the Month | UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS

I attach the undergraduate entrance to the library of the University of Illinois, the largest University library in the USA, and home to the H. G. Wells papers, one of the world’s largest literary archives. I was at Illinois in…

Anthem Classics | The Look

Anthem Classics Follow Anthem Classics:   Facebook  |  Twitter | Blog Help us decide what the look of our new series should be by taking the below survey. Many thanks for your input. Question: Which design aesthetic do you think Anthem Classics…

Anthem Book Spotlight | ‘The Entrepreneurial State’

Since the June release of our new title, ‘The Entrepreneurial State: Debunking Public vs Private Sector Myths,’ the book has already received significant press coverage. Mariana Mazzucato is a leading innovation economist and her ideas provide a new perspective on…

Anthem Library of the Month | CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY LIBRARY OF MILAN

The austere and elegant central cloisters designed by Bramante and the ancient monastery of Sant’Ambrogio, or St Ambrose, home to the Catholic University of Milan since 1932, are framed by modern buildings technologically fully equipped. Together with the more austere…

Anthem Book Spotlight | Development Without Aid

‘Development Without Aid: The Decline of Development Aid and the Rise of the Diaspora’ by David A Phillips “David Phillips makes a compelling case that international migration and remittances have vast potential to promote development in many of the world’s…

Anthem Author, Mariana Mazzucato, at TEDGlobal2013

TED conferences are some of the best places for forward thinkers to come together and share ideas. Covering everything from art to science to business, innovative thinkers and industry leaders come to spread their knowledge with the world. One of…

Anthem Library of the Month | TRINITY COLLEGE LIBRARY

Trinity College Library is the largest library in Ireland, its collections of manuscripts and printed books having been built up since the end of the sixteenth century. The Library is a fascinating mix from an architectural point of view: the…