Podcast Series: The Future of Education
When students make a decision about their future field of study, their assessment of likely career opportunities that will open up as a result of the education received plays an important part in the decision making process.
Free content on history and social science of racism
Recent events in the US involving police violence against black people have shocked the world and resulted in the “Black Lives Matter” movement that is reaching across all continents.
Rethinking eBook solutions – exploring the impact of flexible licensing models
At the beginning of October 2020, we announced our new Flexible eBook Solutions, which offers a broader range of choice to libraries and institutions.
An integrated approach to global challenges: Springer Nature’s Humanities & Social Sciences Collection
STEM research is often credited with finding solutions to many of the world’s most pressing and wide-reaching challenges, while Humanities & Social Sciences can be overlooked when it comes to the role it plays in supporting the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals and its contribution to the multidisciplinary research needed to solve some of the most complex global problems.
Education eBook program: Emerging trends and commitment to SDGs
We spoke with Nick Melchior about the Education eBooks program and latest developments.
Palgrave Macmillan: Social Sciences Program Update
A letter from the Editor: Tamsine O'Riordan - 2017 was an important year for Palgrave Macmillan Social Science. We’ve moved into new product types, adopted market-leading metrix systems
Perspectives of eBook usage at Trinity College during Covid-19
The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has contributed to growing concerns around textbook affordability. Read more here
Protecting libraries from cyber attack
SNSI has a broad interest in cybersecurity issues that is not confined to Sci-Hub piracy. This was evident at their first official summit in 2020
From Shakespeare to Trump: How Palgrave Macmillan has evolved over 150 years of scholarly publishing to inspire 21st century researchers.
In an interview with Felicity Plester - Editorial Director for Palgrave Humanities – and the Commissioning Editors of the Literature, Cultural and Media Studies collection, we explore how publication formats are being adapted to support changing research practices.
Palgrave Macmillan: Humanities update
What a busy and productive year we have had in Palgrave Humanities! We have published several hundred new titles to serve the academic humanities community globally.