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Articles, News, Promotions and Updates from Routledge and the Taylor & Francis Group.

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  1. PUBLISHING IN JUNE: Routledge Library Editions: Women, Feminism and Literature

    June marks the publication month of our eagerly awaited collection: Routledge Library Edition: Women, Feminism and Literature.


  2. Timothy Corrigan, Author of the Month

    Timothy Corrigan is Professor of English and Cinema Studies at the University of Pennsylvania, USA. His work in Cinema Studies has focused on modern American and contemporary international cinema. His books include New German Film: The Displaced Image, The Films of Werner Herzog: Between Mirage and History, Writing about Film, A Cinema without Walls: Movies and Culture after Vietnam and The Essay Film: From Montaigne, After Marker. He is the editor of the journal Adaptation.

  3. Routledge Literature Research Online Catalog

    The Routledge Literature Research Online Catalog is now available to view here. Routledge Research is our home for cutting-edge, upper-level scholarly studies and edited collections and we are pleased to be offering books ranging from Medieval to Contemporary Literature, and covering topics such as Postcolonial Literature, Children’s Literature, Atlantic Studies, American Studies, and Travel Writing.

  4. New Series Editor for Children’s Literature and Culture Series

    Routledge is pleased to announce Philip Nel as the new editor of the esteemed Children’s Literature and Culture series. Founded by Jack Zipes in 1994, it is the longest-running series devoted to the study of children’s literature and culture from a national and international perspective. Dedicated to promoting original research in children’s literature and children’s culture, in 2011 the series is expanding its focus to include childhood studies, and also seeks to explore the legal, historical, and philosophical conditions of different childhoods. An advocate for scholarship from around the globe, the series recognizes innovation and encourages interdisciplinarity.

  5. New: Using Critical Theory

    Explaining both why theory is important and how to use it, Lois Tyson introduces beginning students of literature to this oftentimes daunting area in a friendly and approachable style. The new edition of this textbook is clearly structured with chapters based on major theories that students are expected to cover in their studies.
    For more information, including selected table of contents and an author bio, click here.

  6. Travel Writing

    New Critical Idioms for Spring 2011

    Click here to see newly published books in the New Critical Idiom series.

  7. New: The Routledge Guide to William Shakespeare

    The Routledge Guide to William Shakespeare is now published and features student-focused materials and resources, an interactive timeline and annotated web links on a companion website.  Click here for more information.

  8. Reading Native American Literature

    Native American literature explores divides between public and private cultures, ethnicities and experience. In this volume, Joseph Coulombe argues that Native American writers use diverse narrative strategies to engage with readers and are ‘writing for connection’ with both Native and non-Native audiences.  For more information, including selected table of contents and an author bio, click here.

  9. Publishing this April: Native American Writing

    This eagerly awaited four-volume collection is a wide-ranging compendium which brings together hard-to-find original works by Native writers themselves, as well as critical and learned analyses of their creative productions.

  10. New in 2011: Theory after ‘Theory’

    This volume argues that theory, far from being dead, has undergone major shifts in order to come to terms with the most urgent cultural and political questions of today. For more information, including selected table of contents and author bio, click here.

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