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  1. Stories of True Crime in Tudor and Stuart England

    Edited by Ken MacMillan 

    "Ken MacMillan’s Stories of True Crime is both a treasury of early modern true crime stories and a valuable resource for instructors and students of early modern legal, social and cultural history. The author has painstakingly selected, edited, transcribed and annotated a broad range of early modern criminal accounts: some indeed sensational and bloody, others more prosaic, but all of them compelling and instructive, shedding light on both the legal and larger social and cultural contexts of crime and punishment in late Elizabethan and Stuart England." -Andrea McKenzie, University of Victoria, Canada 

    Click here to read more. 

  2. New Research Series Coming Soon

    Routledge Law are delighted to announce plans for new research series, Law & Politics: Continental Perspectives. Read to find out more of what the series will be about and submit your book proposal. 

  3. CJ Update Newsletters

    CJ Update is a biannual electronic newsletter from Routledge and Anderson Publishing that disseminates news and information to criminal justice educators. Anderson joined Routledge on 19th September 2014.

    DOWNLOAD THE 2015 SPRING / SUMMER NEWSLETTER HERE >>>

    DOWNLOAD THE 2014 FALL / WINTER NEWSLETTER HERE >>>

  4. Now Available in Paperback

  5. New in Routledge Revivals

    The Selected Works of Eric Partridge

    This set reissues important selected works by Eric Partridge, covering the period from 1933 to 1968. Together, the books look at many and diverse aspects of language, focusing in particular on English.  

    Find out more and recommend it to your librarian

  6. Medieval Monasticism: Forms of Religious Life in Western Europe in the Middle Ages, 4th Edition

    By C.H. Lawrence 

    "C. H. Lawrence’s classic study presents the evolution of monastic life and thought from primitive fourth-century eastern foundations to the variety of medieval orders. Enhancing our understanding of saints’ lives, monastic rules, and pilgrimage narratives, it is a rich resource for students and scholars alike." -Ruth Harwood Cline, Georgetown University, USA 

    Click here to read more. 

  7. Top Reviews for Archaeological Orientations series

    An interdisciplinary series that engages our on-going, yet ever-changing, fascination with the archaeological, Archaeological Orientations investigates the myriad ways material pasts are entangled with communities, animals, ecologies and technologies, past, present or future.  

    Click here to see what scholars are saying about the Archaeological Orientations series. 

  8. Famous Economist Steven Keen is a fan of Jim Nolt’s blog.

    Australian Economist Steven Keen placed Author Jim Nolt's blog, Polarizing Political Economy, on his recommended site list.

    Check out Steven's site, Debwatch.

    Check out Jim's blog, Polarizing Political Economy.

  9. Author Myles Osborne on Africans and Britons in the Age of Empires, 1660-1980

    Myles Osborne, co-author with Susan Kingsley Kent of Africans and Britons in the Age of Empires, 1660-1980, discusses how their book contributes to the conversation on the relationship between Africans and Britons. 

    Click here to read the full interview

  10. New! International Political Economy Catalog now available!

    This catalog contains key textbooks, cutting edge research and supplemental reading in International Political Economy. From key research on vital topics, to textbooks for undergraduate and postgraduate courses, you will find whatever you need to further your own research, challenge your students, and provide essential reference materials for your institutional library.

    Explore the entire catalog here.

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