Author: Anthem Press

Business & Literature: An Unexpected Duo

Just recently, there was a very interesting article by Maurice Biriotti (founder and chief executive of SHM) in the Guardian about how literature and the humanities can instruct and aid our methods of conducting business. The hardest lesson to learn…

Anthem Library of the Month | SOCIETA GEOGRAFICA ITALIANA

© 2011 Congresso della Società Italiana di BIOGEOGRAFIA Much as I like large libraries and their never ending collections, I also have a passion for (relatively) small places. It started in the corridors of the British Institute of Florence and…

Timeless Writing in an Academic World

The academic field is always evolving and changing. New ideas and concepts are frequently being introduced and, as a result, textbooks with the most up-to-date information are in demand. The academic publishing industry has responded to this need and new…

‘Molière on Stage’ attains CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title status | ‘On Beckett’ and the latest from our Theatre and Performance series

Over the past year, we have been working on developing our Anthem Studies in Theatre and Performance series. Looking at a wide range of theatre, from historically traditional forms to less structured, contemporary acts, this series seeks to analyse one…

The Anthem Environment and Sustainability Publishing Initiative

For the most part, there are three kinds of environmental books being published today. The first offers scientific or engineering evidence in an effort to draw attention to a particular environmental phenomenon, like acidification of the ocean. The second offers…

The Rise of the IGCSE

The Cambridge International GCSE (IGCSE) is widely recognised as the most popular international qualification for 14-16 year olds in the world. One of the primary reasons for its wide reach is that Cambridge qualifications are highly regarded by universities and…

Anthem Book Spotlight | EUROPE’S UNFINISHED CURRENCY

October was a busy month for our author, Dr Thomas Mayer. His book, ‘Europe’s Unfinished Currency,’ was published at the beginning of the month and in order to promote and celebrate the release, Dr Mayer participated in a book tour…

Professor Craig Calhoun and the Public Mission of Research Universities

In a recent lecture at the LSE, Professor Craig Calhoun, who is a world-renowned social scientist and the LSE Director (as of 1 September), discussed the public mission of research universities. It’s a very informative and interesting lecture that follows…

Anthem Press Backs AFC Wimbledon

Anthem Press’ roots lie in Wimbledon, South West London. It and the recently launched Thames River Press are imprints of Wimbledon Publishing Company Limited. The Sood family behind the company are active members of the local community and are supporters…