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  1. Urban Design Group Awards 2013 (February )

    Congratulations to the authors Peter Bishop and Lesley Williams, for winning the Publisher Award for The Temporary City at this years Urban Design Group Awards at the Royal Overseas League in London.  

    Hosted by Amanda Reynolds, the evening showcased some of the best examples of urban design work produced in the UK and beyond over the past 12 months.

    Awards were presented in five categories by Janet Tibbalds on the behalf of the Francis Tibbalds Trust. The winners in the Practice, Public Sector and Student Award categories were selected by a vote of the Urban Design Group membership.


  2. Memory and History: Understanding Memory as Source and Subject

    "Tumblety has produced a work that is the ideal starting point for anyone interested in the burgeoning field of historical memory."  - W. Fitzhugh Brundage, University of North Carolina, USA

    If you are teaching a course in history and memory or method and skills and would like to receive a copy of Memory and History to inspect for use on your course, please follow this link.

  3. A Social History of the Twentieth-Century

    "Over the years I have seen many studies on the social history of twentieth-century Europe, but this one clearly stands out." - Marcel van der Linden, International Institute of Social History, The Netherlands

    If you are teaching a course in twentieth-century europe, modern, or social and cultural history and would like to order a complimentary exam copy to inspect for use on your course, please follow this link.

  4. The Public History Reader

    "This will become an essential text for all those interested in the interrogation of everyday experience, who regard history as a social form of knowledge, the work of a thousand different hands." - Paul Gough, The University of the West of England

    More than ever the value of the past is simultaneously recognized and under attack. Who decides what is history and how it should be presented are timely issues. The Public History Reader is the first international reader to explore public history as an everyday practice, combining key texts and material not available either online or in journals.

    If you are teaching a course in public history, historiography, history or heritage studies and would like to receive a complimentary copy to inspect, please follow this link.

  5. Thatcher and Thatcherism, 3rd Edition

    "This is the first text in the field and, as a lecturer, I am very grateful for it." - D. Rothewell, University of Edinburgh

    This fully revised and updated third edition of Thatcher and Thatcherism examines the origins and impact of ‘Thatcherism’ as a cultural construct and an economic creed from the 1970s to the formation of a coalition government in 2010.

    The ideal companion for courses covering British politics and contemporary British history, request your complimentary copy today.

  6. New in Paperback - Anxiety Disorders in Children and Adolescents

    The aim of Anxiety Disorders in Children and Adolescents is to present a comprehensive summary of the most recent empirical findings in this area. Written by eminent researchers and clinicians from Europe and America, the book is divided into three broad sections. The first provides a general overview of anxiety disorders in the young. Part two contains chapters on the seven subtypes of anxiety disorder, including panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder and posttraumatic stress disorder. The final section deals with the progress that has been made in the understanding of such disorders and provides recommendations for future investigation.

  7. Developing a Forensic Practice

    Developing a forensic practice can be confusing and intimidating. Dr. William Reid, a highly experienced forensic psychiatrist, has written a practical, straightforward guide for clinicians interested in doing it right and increasing their opportunities for a successful transition to forensic work. This book, which will be of interest to many attorneys as well, provides straightforward details, along with many case examples, of lawyer-expert communications and relationships, case assessment, record review, evaluations, reports, deposition and trial testimony, fees and billing, office operations, marketing, liability, and professional ethics. 

  8. Encyclopedia of 20th-Century Architecture (March 2013)

    "The international coverage of not only architects and buildings but also materials, locations, movements, and other architectural topics distinguishes this resource… Recommended for large public libraries and academic libraries, especially those supporting architectural programs." -- Booklist/RBB

    For more information about the book and to order a copy click here

  9. Highlights for March from Routledge Architecture

    With so many great titles publishing during March it is impossible to pick out one favorite so we have listed them all below.
    For a full list of new and key backlist titles click here to go to the latest architecture catalog.

  10. Individual and Team Skill Decay: The Science and Implications for Practice

    Skill and knowledge retention is a major issue and concern in learning and skill acquisition, especially when trained or acquired skills (or knowledge) are needed after long periods of nonuse. The goal of this book is to summarize and advance the thinking of critical issues related to skill retention and decay in the context of individual and team training on complex tasks.

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