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  1. John Hattie

    John Hattie: March 2012 Routledge Education Author of the Month

    John Hattie is Professor of Education at the University of Melbourne, Australia, and Director of the research institute at University of Melbourne’s Graduate School of Education.

  2. The Asian Studies 2012 Catalog is Now Available Online!

    Browse the latest New and Key Backlist Titles in the Asian Studies 2012 Catalog Online!

  3. New Author Blog!

    From Alane Jordan Starko, author of Creativity in the Classroom...

    Creativiteach, the place for educators who want to walk the creativity walk!

    This is a place to think about creativity and teaching–a place for people who care about things like:

    • How do I help my students think more flexibly?
    • What kinds of assessment will help best support creative thinking?
    • How do I help students who are afraid to try anything new?
    • Do I have to be creative myself in order to help my students?
       
  4. The Arab Spring - Related Books and Journals

    The Arab Spring is a revolutionary wave of demonstrations and protests that have been occurring in the Arab world since Saturday 18th December 2010. Revolutions have taken place in Tunisia and Egypt and the civil war in Libya resulted in the fall of the country's government last year. There have been civil uprisings in Bahrain, Syria and Yemen and protests on varying levels in Algeria, Iraq, Jordan, Kuwait and in other Middle Eastern countries. 

    We have selected a number of books relevant to the Arab Spring, including titles from the topical Contemporary Middle East Series.

    View the selection here.

  5. Responsive Environments wins Lifetime Achievement Award

    On Wednesday 15th February 2012, Routledge attended the Urban Design Group (UDG) Awards in London, held at the prestigious 61 Whitehall in London. Routledge were very proud to be one of the sponsers for this event, with awards presented for Best Student, Best Public Sector Project, Best Publisher, Best Practice and Lifetime Achievement. We are delighted to announce that Responsive Environments was awarded this year's Lifetime Achievement Award, presented by the Chair of the Urban Design Group, Amanda Reynolds, and our congratulations go to the authors, Alan Alcock, Paul Murrain, Sue McGlynn and Graham Smith, and editor Ian Bently.
     

  6. Pressure on overseas Part II Architecture graduates

    New immigration rules, coming into place in April this year, will be enforcing that overseas Part II architecture graduates will have to be earning over £20,000 in order to stay living and working in the UK.

  7. The Biography of Muhammad awarded a World Prize for the Book of the Year

    The book The Biography of Muhammad: Nature and Authenticity by Gregor Schoeler has been awarded a World Prize for the Book of the Year by the Islamic Republic of Iran.

  8. Counterterrorism Policies in Central Asia selected as an ‘Outstanding Academic Title 2011’

    Mariya Y. Omelicheva's Counterterrorism Policies in Central Asia was selected as an ‘Outstanding Academic Title 2011’ by Choice Magazine.

  9. Government launches Building Regulations consultation

    As Ray Tricker and Sam Alford publish the seventh edition of Building Regulations in Brief, the Government has launched a consultation for its new set of Building Regulations. Please follow this link to read more >>> bit.ly/yODsBp

  10. Routledge author Jeremy Till named new head of Central Saint Martins

    Architect, award winning author, and dean of the University of Westminster, Jeremy Till, has been named as the new head of Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design in London. Please follow this link to read more >>> http://bit.ly/x0VJik

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