Our first featured author this month is independent scholar Antonio Fontana.
An emerging scholar with an incredibly bright future, Antonio holds an MA in Liberal Studies with an emphasis on Modern Intellectual History from CUNY Graduate Center, USA, in 2012. His primary area of research concerns 19th and 20th century German Romantic and English Victorian literature. He is especially interested in the aestheticisation of political violence and political terror in Germany and Europe during World War II, and processes of political, social, and cultural dehumanization and their relation to aesthetics, aesthetic theory, and art. He is also interested in post-colonial theory and critical race theory, as well as neo-and post-Marxian analyses of literature and art.
Cambridge Scholars were delighted to publish Antonio’s debut monograph, Nietzsche and the Critique of Revolution, late last year. The work combines genealogical and historical investigation with analysis of Nietzsche’s life-long philosophical and ideological struggle against the forces of modernity.
Antonio has kindly shared his thoughts on his experience while working with Cambridge Scholars, which you can read below:
“In the course of my online research for scholarly publishing outlets that would be suitable for publishing my work, Nietzsche and the Critique of Revolution, I stumbled upon Cambridge Scholars Publishing. As a consequence of further research and a thorough review of the works it has published, I decided to publish my work under its aegis.
My experience in publishing with Cambridge Scholars has been nothing short of wonderful. The editorial team were an immense help in facilitating the process, and were extremely kind, helpful, and considerate throughout. Specifically, they were instrumental in providing me with a workable framework within which I was able to submit and resubmit my manuscript, and to make the necessary editorial corrections.
Cambridge Scholars have also successfully been able to secure my work for notable universities, scholarly institutions, and libraries all around Europe and the U.S. In fact. I hope that Cambridge Scholars will continue to promote and circulate my work with even more scholars, academics, and institutions of higher learning, and scholarly research. I intend to continue to work with Cambridge Scholars in the future.”
As part of the ‘Meet our Authors’ campaign, we are offering our readers a 50% discount on Nietzsche and the Critique of Revolution. To redeem your discount, please enter the promotional code FONTANA50 during checkout. Please note that this is a time-limited offer that will expire on 17th March 2020.