The 5th ESIL Biennial Conference “Regionalism and International Law” will be held in Valencia, Spain
The conference, hosted by the University of Valencia and co-organised by the CEDRI will see around 300 international law experts appraising the relationship between Regionalism and International law. The conference programme will be packed with formal and less formal events that will stimulate debate and challenge perspectives throughout a range of international law subjects.
Cambridge University Press will be supporting the meeting and will be attended by Rebecca O’Rourke, Editor for Journals and Law books editorial will be at the conference to meet with potential and current authors.
Come and visit our stand and find out about our upcoming titles and journals.
Cambridge University Press will be delighted once again to be supporting the British Psychological Society’s Social Psychology Conference again this year. Hetty Marx, Editor will be attending the conference and will be happy to meet anyone interested in writing for Cambridge. All titles will be available at 20% off at the conference and online when the conference begins in April.
This year’s Keynote Speakers are:
- Dr Nick Hopkins, University of Dundee
- Professor Uichol Kim, College of Business Administration, Inha University, South Korea “Human agency, relationship and achievements in Asia: Integrated analysis of indigenous, cultural and global perspectives”
- Professor Isabel Menezes, Universidade do Porto, Portugal
- Professor Marco Perugini, Università degli Studi di Milano Bicocca, Milan, Italy “Attitude Change Using the Self”
Their general meeting is held annually, in July. It has been hosted by universities in cities as varied as New York, Berlin and Vienna, and in 2012 it will be held in Leuven, Belgium. This really reflects the global reach and popularity of both the society and the subject area. Studiorum Novi Testamenti Societas (SNTS) is an international society of New Testament scholars from around the world. The delegates consist of the leading New Testament academics who are shaping scholarship in this area and the event offers an unrivalled opportunity for meeting with potential authors of the highest calibre.
Cambridge University Press has a strong connection to SNTS. It publishes the SNTS Monograph Series, which was founded in 1965 and now includes over 150 volumes which present specialised research into all aspects of New Testament textual and historical culture. It is widely recognised as the most authoritative and prestigious forum for serious scholarly publication in the area. The general meeting is an opportunity to showcase the latest publications in the series to the society’s members.Cambridge also publishes New Testament Studies, an an international peer-reviewed periodical, which is arranged by SNTS. The journal publishes original articles and short studies in English, French and German which represent research at the cutting edge of the discipline about the origins, history, context and theology of the New Testament and early Christianity. The general meeting offers a rare opportunity to meet with the entire editorial board and review the journal’s performance over the previous 12 months, as well as to discuss future editions and address any administrative issues.
Laura Morris and Alastair Hayes
A showcase event for Cambridge University Press, the International Shakespeare Association’s Annual Conference in Stratford-upon-Avon bring together some 300 delegates from all over the world to discuss some of Shakespeare’s most interesting topics.
Cambridge will be revealing the new look New Cambridge Shakespeare series at the event and meeting many of the delegates to discuss signings and running a competition (details to be revealed later in the year).
You will be able to meet Sarah Stanton, Editorial Director at the event to find out more and purchase many of our titles at 20% discount.