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Recent Articles

  1. Has Sustainable Development Run its Course? What Should We Do About it?

    We are pleased to present a new Earthscan from Routledge blog post: written by Peter Bartlemus, author of Sustainability Economics.

    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 voice your thoughts!

  2. May Middle East Giveaway

    We are excited to announce that throughout the month of May you can purchase a selection of our Middle East Major Work collections with a huge 20% discount!

    All you have to do is enter the code IRK62 at checkout to activate the 20% discount. Terms and conditions apply*.

  3. Earthscan from Routledge May Highlights

    With so many great titles publishing this month it has been impossible to give them all the justice they deserve in our May newsletter, so to be sure you don't miss out you can find them all here.

  4. New Editor wanted for Basic & Applied Social Psychology

    Our outstanding journal Basic & Applied Social Psychology is seeking a new Editor. Do you know the right person? Is it YOU?

    Click here for more details.

  5. Earth Day 2013

    To commemorate Earth Day 2013 we have put together a selection of quotes from our authors – some of the leading voices on the topics being covered. Our Earth Day online catalog is also available for you to browse, featuring a list of some of our most relevant books.

    The theme of this year's Earth Day is The Face of Climate Change. Find out more here.

  6. Book Jacket

    Psychology Press congratulates Catriona Macleod!

    Professor Catriona Macleod has been named the winner of the Rhodes University Vice-Chancellor's Book Award 2012.

  7. In the News: British Prime Ministers From Balfour to Brown

    The origins of the post of Prime Minister can be traced back to the eighteenth century when Sir Robert Walpole became the monarch’s principal minister. From the dawn of the twentieth century to the early years of the twenty-first, however, both the power and the significance of the role have been transformed.

    Offering biographical sketches of all twenty individuals who have held the office between 1902 and 2010, including the recently departed Margaret Thatcher, British Prime Ministers provides an essential resource for students of political history and general readers alike. Click here to learn more!

  8. When Modern Was Green wins the 2013 SAH Elisabeth Blair MacDougall Book Award

    Every year the Society of Architectural Historians presents six awards to honor the most distinguished publications in architectural history (Hitchcock), urban history (Kostof), landscape history (MacDougall), preservation (Downing), and architectural exhibition catalogs (Johnson) that have been published in the previous two years. SAH also presents the Founders' Award for the best JSAH article written by an emerging scholar in the previous two years.

    The Elisabeth Blair MacDougall Book Award was established by the SAH Board in 2005 to recognize annually the most distinguished work of scholarship in the history of landscape architecture or garden design. Named for SAH Past President and landscape historian Elisabeth MacDougall, the award honors the late historian's role in developing this field of study.

    This year this was won by David H. Haney's book, When Modern Was Green: Life and work of landscape architect Leberecht Migge, Routledge, 2010

  9. Routledge Education Authors of the Month, April:  Marvin Lynn & Adrienne D. Dixson

    Marvin Lynn and Adrienne Dixson's Handbook of Critical Race Theory in Education was published by Routledge in late March.

    This handbook illustrates how education scholars employ Critical Race Theory (CRT) as a framework to bring attention to issues of race and racism in education.

    Dr. Marvin Lynn is an internationally recognized expert on race and education. His research examines the work and lives of African American male teachers as well as the impact of teacher beliefs on African American students. He serves as an editorial board member of several journals, and has published more than two-dozen research articles and book chapters in reputable outlets.

    Dr. Adrienne D. Dixson is an Associate Professor in the Department of Education Policy, Organization and Leadership and the Interim Director of the Center for Education in Small Urban Communities at College of Education - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.

  10. You can still order from the BPS Annual Conference 2013 Catalog at a 20% discount

    Did you make it to Harrogate to the British Psychological Society Annual Conference 2013? You can still order from this catalog at a 20% discount! Find out how here.

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