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  1. Urban Studies and Planning News from Books

    Explore the latest published and upcoming titles related to urban studies and planning ...

  2. A Changing Environment for Human Security

    This agenda-setting book provides readers with a clear understanding of why responses to issues such as climate change, land use change, and biodiversity loss matter to present generations, and which types of responses are likely to create an equitable and sustainable life for future generations. Fresh perspectives on global environmental change from an interdisciplinary group of international experts will inspire readers – whether students, policy makers, or practitioners – to think differently about environmental issues and sustainable development.

  3. The Pleasures of the Imagination: “the last word on British literary culture”

    Hot off the press and already capturing the imaginations of readers and critics alike, John Brewer’s The Pleasures of the Imagination was book of the week over on Vulpes Libris last week. Click here to see why resident book fox Kate Macdonald, professor of English literature at the University of Gent, thinks it deserves a spot on your bookshelves.

  4. Figure One

    “Greening” - Design Education for a Sustainable Future

    We are pleased to present a new Earthscan from Routledge blog post: written by Rob Fleming, author of Design Education for a Sustainable Future.

    With a new entry every fortnight, blog posts written by various Earthscan from Routledge authors will be displayed both on the Routledge website and on our Facebook page here. Each post within Facebook will be open to comments so please feel free to voice your thoughts!

  5. Authors of the Month, June: Kristen Sosulski & Ted Bongiovanni

    Kristen Sosulski and Ted Bongiovanni's, The Savvy Student's Guide to Online Learning, published at the beginning of this month. This title prepares students of all kinds for contemporary online learning. While technologies and formats vary, this book serves as an authoritative resource for any student enrolling in an online degree program or taking an online course.

    Kristen Sosulski is a Clinical Assistant Professor of Information, Operations and Management Sciences at New York University Stern School of Business.

    Ted Bongiovanni is the Director for Distance Learning at NYU's School of Continuing and Professional Studies.

  6. New Books

    New Books in June 2013!

    Read on to browse all of our new books publishing this month

  7. Listen to an interview with Donald Moss

    Psychoanalysis, beginning with Freud, has been, albeit perhaps implicitly, a theory of masculinity. Nevertheless, according to Donald Moss, contemporary psychoanalysis has many glaring blind spots when it comes to thinking about men.

    Click here to listen to an interview with Donald Moss, author of Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Man.

  8. Biosecurity

    Biosecurity is the assessment and management of potentially dangerous infectious diseases, quarantined pests, invasive (alien) species, living modified organisms, and biological weapons. This introductory volume presents biosecurity as a multidisciplinary governance approach to a set of concerns that span protection against all of these threats.

  9. Textbook - Qualitative Research in the Health Sciences

    This comprehensive text discusses methods and processes including interviewing and analysis; group work and analysis; narrative analysis; and discourse analysis.

    This is a suitable textbook for advanced students and researchers in all health-related disciplines, including nursing, midwifery, public health, and physiotherapy. Instructors can request an exam copy.

  10. Helping Children think about Bereavement

    By Heather Butler

    Each year, 3,000 children and young people between the ages of 1 and 19, die as a result of illness or accident. Around 5% of children will have experienced the death of a parent by the time they are 16. Statistics indicate that up to 70% of schools have a bereaved pupil in their care at any given time.

    This book provides a four part differentiated story and activities to help normalize death and allow children to develop emotional literacy to talk about it. The author, along with Child Bereavement UK have devised activities and guidance for teachers on how to use the story to develop children’s emotional literacy and prepare them for bereavement.

    Find out more

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