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  1. Rediscover the Philosophy titles that helped shape the field

    We like to celebrate some of our most ground-breaking and innovative books in the field - titles that helped break new ground, or presented ideas in innovative and original ways. To help get reacquainted with them, we're offering a free-to-view extract across a selection of our titles.

    Some of these are classics, and some are newer titles, classics in the making. All have one thing in common: they helped shape their field.  

  2. Ground-breaking books in Philosophy

    Routledge's rich history includes publishing titles that helped break new ground, shaped the field, or presented ideas in innovative and original ways. To celebrate some of our most ground-breaking and innovative books in the field, you’ll find below a free extract to help get reacquainted with them!

    Some of these titles are classics, and some are newer titles, classics in the making. All have one thing in common: they braked new ground in the discipline.    

  3. Ground-breaking books in Literature

    Routledge's rich history includes publishing titles that help break new ground, shaped the field, or presented ideas in innovative and original ways. To celebrate some of our most ground-breaking and innovative books in the field, you’ll find below a free extract to help get reacquainted with them!

    Some of these titles are classics, and some are newer titles, classics in the making. All have one thing in common: they braked new ground in the discipline.   

  4. Routledge Education July 2015 Author of the Month: James W. Fraser

    James W. Fraser is the author of Teach: A Question of Teaching, 2nd Edition, which is publishing this month.

  5. July Publishing Highlights

    With so many great titles publishing each month it is impossible to give each one the justice it deserves in our monthly eBulletin, so to be sure you don't miss out, you can find them all below.    

  6. Interview with James Fraser: Author of Teach: A Question of Teaching, 2nd Edition

    Check out our interview with James Fraser and learn more about his bestselling textbook, Teach: A Question of Teaching, 2nd Edition!

    To learn more about this book, please click here.

  7. Internal Family Systems in Pixar’s Inside Out: Interview with Arthur Mones

    Pixar’s upcoming film, Inside Out, explores the emotional struggles of 11 year old Riley, as she adjusts to her new life in San Francisco when her family moves from the Midwest. With Riley’s emotions—Joy, Sadness, Disgust, Anger, and Fear—as the audience’s guide, you go on a journey through the mind of a child and the pitfalls of adolescence.

    Using the principles outlined in his book, Transforming Troubled Children, Teens, and Their Families, Arthur Mones explains how the film showcases Internal Family Systems theory.

  8. Visit Routledge and Focal Press at IAML 2015 June 21-26th!

    We are delighted to be attending the International Association of Music Librarians New York, NY from June 21-26th, where we will be showcasing our latest Music research and textbook titles!

    Read on for more information. 

  9. Press Release: Sponsorship Expert Ardi Kolah Explores Ethics in New Book

    Improving the Performance of Sponsorship, written by British sponsorship award winning author and consultant Ardi Kolah, is published globaly on 29 June by Routledge.

  10. The Attack on Truth by Lee McIntyre

    Lee McIntyre, author of Respecting Truth,  showcases how we have entered an age of willful ignorance due to Internet culture in his latest piece from The Chronicle. 

    Read the full article here.

    Find out about his book Respecting Truth.

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