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  1. Routledge Architecture - FREE Newsletter!

    Sign up to our FREE quarterly newsletter today and you'll receive information about new books publishing within your area of interest.  What's more, you'll be the first to hear about special offers, promotions and competitions that we're running and you'll gain access to exclusive content from our authors and editors.

  2. Will the Italian election be decided abroad once again?

    Jean-Michel Lafleur's new book, Transnational Politics and the State, examines the motivations and consequences for states that enfranchise citizens abroad. View the Press Release here.

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    Routledge Education Author of the Month, February:  David Rock

    Dr. David Rock is currently Dean of the School of Education at the University of Mississippi. He was named the Outstanding Alumni of the Decade 1990 – 1999 from the College of Education at University of Central Florida, College of Education and received the 2012 Professional Achievement Award from The University of Central Florida’s College of Education last year.

    The fourth edition of Dr. Rock's Teaching Secondary Mathematics is publishing this month. Solidly grounded in up-to-date research, theory and technology, Teaching Secondary Mathematics is a practical, student-friendly, and popular text for secondary mathematics methods courses. It provides clear and useful approaches for mathematics teachers, and shows how concepts typically found in a secondary mathematics curriculum can be taught in a positive and encouraging way.

  4. The Climate Bonus by Alison Smith

    We are pleased to present a new Earthscan from Routledge blog post: written by Alison Smith, author of new book The Climate Bonus.

    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 join in with the conversation.

  5. Dr Ljubomir Jankovic, Speaker at Nearer to Zero

    Dr Ljubomir Jankovic, author of Designing Zero Carbon Buildings, will be speaking at the Nearer to Zero conference in Birmingham (14th February 2013).

  6. Belaid

    Prominent Tunisian opposition leader Chokri Belaid shot dead

    Chokri Belaid, 48, leader of the Unified Democratic Nationalist party, was shot three times in the head and chest by a man who fled on a motorcycle on Wednesday morning as he left his home in Tunis. He died in hospital shortly afterwards. Mr Belaid had criticised Islamist violence, accusing the ruling party, al-Nahda, and its leader, Rachid Ghannouchi, of sympathising with the perpetrators. Read the article here.

  7. Japanese Flag

    Celebrating 50 Years of Japanese Studies at The University of Sheffield, 1963-2013

    We are delighted to be celebrating the golden jubilee of Japanese Studies at Sheffield University this year. To mark the occasion we are offering 20% discount off ALL of the 47 titles in the Sheffield Centre for Japanese Studies/Routledge series.

    Click here to view all the titles in the series. Simply enter the code GDC71 at checkout to receive your discount (offer available until 20th March 2013).

  8. Re-Reading the Salaryman

    Book Launch of Re-Reading the Salaryman in Japan

    Based on intensive interviews that author Romit Dasgupta carried out with young male private sector employees in Japan, Re-Reading the Salaryman in Japan makes an important contribution to the study of masculinity and Japanese corporate culture. After having initially being launched at the Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA) Biennial Conference, along with other titles in the Routledge/ASAA East Asia Series, the official launch of Re-Reading the Salaryman in Japan was held at The University of Western Australia, in Perth, Australia, on Monday 10 September 2012 in the University’s Institute of Advanced Studies.

  9. Richard III Dig Confirmation

    It has been confirmed by specialists at the University of Leicester that the bones found beneath a council parking lot in Leicester are that of King Richard III.

    Learn more with our biography of Richard III from the Routledge Historical Biographies series.

  10. Geography News from Books

    Explore the latest published and upcoming titles related to geography...

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