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  1. Publishing in November

    A selection of great titles publishing in November

  2. Education Networks

    Author Spotlight: Joel Spring

    Renowned scholar Joel Spring has published over twenty books on American and global school policies. A professor at Queens College and The Graduate Center - CUNY, his scholarship focuses on educational policy, the politics of education, and educational globalization. 

    Routledge is privileged to publish many of his key works

  3. English Legal System

    New Edition of English Legal System Out Now

    The 13th edition of Gary Slapper and David Kelly's The English Legal System is out now. The most comprehensive and authoritative textbook on the English Legal System, combining breadth and depth of coverage with student-friendly features such as chapter summaries, diagrams and further reading suggestions, all laid out in an attractive two-color design, is available to pre-order as a complimentary exam copy to course leaders today.

  4. Review of Feminism at the Movies

    "Feminism At the Movies: Understanding Gender In Contemporary Popular Cinema, is edited by Hilary Radner and Rebecca Stringer, and published by Routledge in 2011. It’s by the far the most comprehensive collection of essays on this topic I’ve seen, and takes in 21 essays by contributing scholars. These are loosely grouped into five categories: masculinity, a space for women, consumer culture, family and violence." Continue reading.

  5. Professor Mark Hanson (front center) with students from Beijing Normal University

    Professor Mark Hanson’s overview of ‘Economic Development, Education and Transnational Corporations’

    An enlightening overview of what we can expect from Mark Hanson's newly published book Economic Development, Education and Transnational Corporations

    Professor Hanson is a Senior Fulbright Scholar and Professor of Education and Management at the University of California, Riverside. He has been a consultant on institutional reform for UNESCO, the World Bank, USAID, IADB, UNDP and the Harvard Institution for International Development.

    Click here for more information on Economic Development, Education and Transnational Corporations or to order your copy of the book.

  6. CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title

    The Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy Online is a 2011 CHOICE Outstanding Academic Resource

    It's that time of year. The lovely people at CHOICE have been handing out their plaudits for those print and online reference resources that they consider to be of high value to librarians, relevant faculty members and ultimately the students! And our Encyclopedia of Philosophy Online is up there with the best of them. Read all about it here.

  7. Do you have an idea for a new book within Landscape?

    We would be delighted to hear from you at any time, particularly if you have any new book ideas or are having trouble finding the right book for your requirements. We would also be happy to
    receive any feedback which you may have about the list. Simply drop us an email, or alternatively visit the link above which will take you through to our online form that highlights how to submit a book proposal with Routledge.

    We look forward to hearing from you.

    Louise Fox
    Associate Editor, Routledge Landscape

  8. City Reader: Amazon Bestseller in Urban & Land Use Planning

    Find out why so many instructors are using this textbook: request your complimentary exam copy!

  9. Routledge Wins the 2012 AAG Publication Award!

    The award will be given on February 28th at the Association of American Geographers' Annual Meeting.

  10. Diálogos: Placemaking in Latino Communities (January 2012)

    Exploring critical planning issues facing Latino communities in relation to urban design and land development, the authors investigate how Latino communities collectively engage in placemaking, and look at strategies to build more sustainable and effective working relationships between Latino communities and planning professionals. The book's focus is on planning and placemaking efforts throughout the United States, and demonstrates how professionals can enhance – or inhibit – placemaking that serves the interests of Latino communities.
     

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