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  1. April Subject Focus - Intellectual Property Law

  2. Celebrate Earth Day with Routledge!

    In celebration of the 45th anniversary of Earth Day, we have put together a collection of content from Routledge Environment & Sustainability authors and editors for you to browse.  Click here to see the full list of author interviews, blog posts, related books, and a fun quiz! >>>

  3. Call for Book Proposals: New Series – Routledge Research in New Postcolonialisms

    Series Editor: Dr Mark Jackson, Senior Lecturer in Postcolonial Geographies, School of Geographical Sciences, University of Bristol, UK.

    We are actively inviting new book proposals for this series. These can be (co)authored or (co)edited proposals. Please contact Routledge Editor Faye Leerink to discuss your idea: faye.leerink@tandf.co.uk

    Click here to read more about this new series.

  4. New Illustrated Architecture Insert

    We are pleased to present our beautifully illustrated Architecture insert which gives additional information and page screenshots of select titles for professionals and students.  These can be viewed here in either UK or US formats.

  5. 82nd Annual Meeting of the Society for Military History

    Routledge History is delighted to invite you to our booth at this year's annual SMH Meeting in Montgomery, Alabama.

    We are pleased to offer a 20% discount and free shipping to all attendees, as well as exam copies to qualifying professors.

    If you can't make it, a 20% discount is also available online across all our titles before and after the conference until May 12th. Simply use the code URK53 at checkout at www.Routledge.com to redeem your discount.  

  6. NEW! Architectural Conservation and Heritage Catalog

    Routledge is proud to present our Architectural Conservation and Heritage Management titles. Bringing together titles previously published under the Donhead, Butterworth Heinemann and Routledge imprints, we now publish an extensive list of books covering building conservation, preservation and architectural history. In addition, we offer a number of classic reprints on building and construction topics such as lime and plastering, covering the period from 1830 to 1950. This list specialises in publishing original material for professionals, academics, students and historic building owners. View the catalog online here or download the PDF here.

  7. Architecture Student Reference New and Key Titles 2015

    We are pleased to present our latest books, covering a wide range of key areas within Architecture. You will find whatever you need to further your own studies, professional interests, and also be able to find essential reference materials. View the catalog online here or download the PDF here. 

  8. Women of the World

    Peter N. Stearns, author of  Gender in World History, 3rd Edition, explores how trends and changes in gender history help explain current issues and trends. 

    Click here to read the full article. 

  9. The Sustainability Hub March Update Now Live!

    The Routledge Sustainability Hub has now been updated, most notably to include a brand new topic, Environmental Economics, full of recommended books and terrific new resources.  

    Click here to read more about what the Hub has to offer and view the latest resources and topics.

  10. CHOICE Reviewed Titles from Routledge Media Studies & Journalism

    Routledge is proud to produce some of the most acclaimed, cutting-edge scholarship available in Media & Culture, and we're pleased to highlight the following positive reviews from CHOICE.

    Journalism in Context, by  Angela Phillips

    “This interesting volume provides a European perspective—which is welcome after more than a decade of the frankly boring…Silicon Valley claims for progress in the digital age…[and] offers fresh evidence for widely known trends, including the sloppiness of blogs and audience-generated content (fringe is a good term here) in contrast with the reliability of print...Summing up: Recommended. Lower-division undergraduates and above; general readers." - C. A. Riley II, Baruch College, USA, in CHOICE

     

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