Nonfiction Book Reviews

The free science journalist reviewed non-fiction by almost 30 publishers in addition to articles on archaeology, cultural, or also the reviews of material and textbooks is a focus of the editorial services of Wolfgang Schwerdt maritime history, as well as topic-related exhibition and event reports. Here are not only the popular title of the relevant publishing in Central, rather to succeed Wolfgang Schwerdt repeatedly, to introduce special books for an archaologisch-they interested audience. The addressed target group ranges from the laity about the Reenactmentszene to the technical students and academics. After the special companion books to exhibitions, a group of publications reviewed by Wolfgang Schwerdt represent the search. Including published outstanding books, which are distributed exclusively through the Museum’s own sales and even in the relevant online – book markets are best used to find can be found directly by museums. Excellent books to the by Wolfgang Schwerdt served topics are also found in the English-speaking area.

Here Schwerdt reviewed also publications from specialty publishers like “Osprey Publishing” alongside books by audience publishers such as “randomhouse”. But time and again, the publications of English-speaking university publishers, who repeatedly succeed at all scientific, to attract a readership wide with regard to qualifications are especially interesting. The review pool for the media just the editorial service of Wolfgang Schwerdt has 100 reviews that are published on the online platforms history magazine and suite101, currently on sale. Publications from the years 2008 and 2009 are the majority. And of course, the pool of qualified reviews which is can draw interested media on request, constantly extended with current releases. The archaologisch-cultural topic entails but also, that “the special book” to a particular subject or topic just is not new. Therefore also older books in the review pool can be found, as an example “Viking am Rhein 800-1000” mention of 2004 or “The Pepper Wreck” of 2005 here. Skills confidence 20 so far German- and 6 English-language publishers trust Wolfgang Schwerdt on their books to review, knowing full well that he basically committed to the reader and not the Publisher with his reviews. The German publishers: Theiss, Klett-cotta, Philipp von Saverne, Mare book, Herder, Koehler, Thorbecke, euregioverlag, dtv, fast & steiner, Primus, Cosmos, Neckar-Verlag, fiber optic, RGZM, Linden-Museum Stuttgart, past Publisher, Hall Publisher, convent, Wallenstein, the English-language publishers: boydell, randomhouse, Dover Publications, Osprey publishing, Texas A & M Press, with press Wolfgang Schwerdt