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  1. Follow Routledge Theatre and Performance on Twitter

    Get the latest on Routledge Theatre and Performance Journals and Books on our Twitter feed.

    Follow Routledge Theatre and Performance on Twitter to get the latest news from Journals and Books including:

    • Latest releases
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  2. Follow Routledge Music on Twitter

    Get the latest on Routledge Music Journals and Books on our Twitter feed.

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  3. Tell your Librarian about The Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy Online

    A dynamic online resource for researching, teaching and studying philosophy and related disciplines, the Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy Online is a must for any library.

  4. Eva and Paul Badura-Skoda, Authors of the Month, May 2010

    This couple – one a world renowned pianist and scholar, the other an esteemed musicologist – share the author of the month spot for their book Interpreting Mozart. This classic, which was long out-of-print, has finally been updated to reflect the last half-century of scholarship in Mozart’s music.

  5. Theatre and Performance Book of the Month, May 2010

    Actor Training, the new edition of Alison Hodge’s highly-acclaimed Twentieth-Century Actor Training provides students with the methodology and contextual background of some of the most important practitioners in acting.

  6. Routledge Education Author of the Month May 2010: Jean Anyon

    Jean Anyon's 2008 book with Routledge, entitled Theory and Educational Research, explicates ways in which she works with doctoral students to employ critical social theory in their empirical research. The book provides models of such work, in the form of chapters written by former students.

  7. English Language and Linguistics Book of the Month, May 2010

    Publishing this month is the newest title in the Second Language Acquisition Research series, The Think-Aloud Controversy in Second Language Research by Melissa A. Bowles. Please click on the headline for more information on the English Language and Linguistics Book of the Month for May 2010.

  8. Custom Publishing for Theatre and Performance is Only a Click Away

    Finally, it’s easy to customize materials for your Theatre and Performance course! The Routledge Theatre and Performance Studies Collection offers a unique selection of primary texts by renowned practitioners; ground-breaking research by leading scholars; innovative textbooks; and highly acclaimed practical handbooks. You may select from 58 titles comprising 697 chapters to build the text suitable for your classroom needs.

  9. Featured Book: Marxism and World Politics

    Marxism in World Politics brings students and scholars into contact with recent developments in Marxist approaches to world politics. Written by a distinguished group of scholars, these essays analyze both the traditional and emergent areas of Marxist readings of world politics.

  10. Authors of Foodies Interviewed in The Globe and Mail

    Josée Johnston and Shyon Baumann were interviewed yesterday in The Globe and Mail about their book Foodies: Democracy and Distinction in the Gourmet Foodscape. Read the interview here. Johnston and Baumann are both professors of Sociology at the University of Toronto.

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