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  1. Major Works

    Major Works: Critical Concepts in Asian Studies

    Critical Concepts in Asian Studies from Routledge Major Works includes titles from across Asian studies, including subject areas such as Asian History, Asian Politics and Asian Culture.

    This year we have two new four-volume collections coming out: Social Transformation in China and Gender and Japanese Society. Order your copies today!

    Why not browse all the bestselling backlist titles in the series here?

  2. Routledge Reference celebrate International Women’s Day – take a look at our feminism titles!

    8th March 2013 marks International Women’s Day. This global event celebrates the economic, political and social achievements of women past, present and future.

  3. Think before printing. Why not go online?

    We here at Routledge are all about the environment. This is why we are rolling with the times and exploring online catalogs.

    This new and efficient way of sharing information allows us to show you all of our new collections, as well as our backlist titles, that we have on offer from across the different publishing programmes.

  4. Routledge Major Works 2013 January-June Print Catalog OUT NOW!

    Routledge Major Works have released their first catalog of 2013- highlighting new and key titles from January to June.

    The Catalog also includes upcoming title details for our Routledge Library Editions collections.

  5. Out now: The Rise of Econometrics

    This January, Routledge Major Works published the new collection, The Rise of Econometrics. A new release from Routledge's Critical Concepts in Economics series, The Rise of Econometrics brings together the best and most influential scholarship on the rise of econometrics. Continue reading for an insight into the text from the collection’s editor...

  6. Published this November – a new collection from leading academics in suicide research

    This November saw the publication of a new title in the Major Themes in Health and Social Welfare series. Edited by two of the world’s leading authorities, the collection brings together cutting-edge research on the increasingly major issue in the public health sector.

  7. Publishing this November: Tom Peters

    A new title in the acclaimed Critical Evaluations in Business and Management Series, Tom Peters brings together the very best critical assessments of one of the most influential business thinkers of our age. 

  8. Editor Taka Kaneko provides an insight into commissioning Routledge/Edition Synapse Major Works

    Taka Kaneko, Japanese-based editor of the Edition Synapse/Routledge co-publication program provides an insight into the history of, and process of commissioning for, this popular publishing program.

  9. Al Qaeda, by CNN Terrorism Analyst Paul Cruickshank, to publish in October

    Investigative reporter and CNN Terrorism Analyst, Paul Cruickshank, publishes a new 5 volume collection on al Qaeda. Featuring recent research covering documents recovered from bin Laden's Abbottabad compound following his death, this collection is the most up to date research resource on al Qaeda.

  10. May’s Book of the Month: Asian American Literature

    Asian American Literature, May’s ‘Book of the Month’, is a four-volume collection co-published by Routledge and Edition Synapse.

    American writers whose provenance lies in Asia have been producing and publishing work of interest and distinction for well over a century. However, in recent decades there has been an exponential growth in their output, and much Asian American literature has now achieved new levels of both popular success and critical acclaim. The burgeoning number of literary anthologies and academic studies attests to a growing and deepening scholarly attention. Indeed, Asian American literature—and the serious critical work it has spawned—is now central to debates about national cultures, world civilizations, and transnational imaginations.

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