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  1. Featured Author | Khalil Osman

    Routledge Author Khalil Osman tells us about his new book Sectarianism in Iraq : The Making of State and Nation Since 1920.

    Find out more about the book here.

  2. BSA Philip Abrams Memorial Prize 2014

    We are pleased to announce that Gender, Modernity and Male Migrant Workers in China, by Xiaodong Lin, has been shortlisted for the BSA Philip Abrams Memorial Prize 2014. Find out more about the book here.

  3. Color Matters Highly Recommended by CHOICE Reviews!

    Color Matters: Skin Tone Bias and the Myth of a Postracial America, edited by Kimberly Jade Norwood, has recieved a Higly Recommended review in CHOICE!

    Click here to read the full review!

  4. Adrian Newton Discusses New Title: “An Introduction to the Green Economy”

    The green economy is widely seen as a potential solution to current global economic and environmental crises, and a potential mechanism by which sustainable development might be achieved in practice. Considerable investments are now being made into the development of green technology, renewable energy, biodiversity conservation, resource efficiency, recycling of materials and green infrastructure. Adrian Newton discusses these developments and his new book, An Introduction to Green Economy

  5. 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. Click on the titles below to see what CHOICE and other independent reviewers had to say about these great books.

    Digital Labour and Karl Marx is HIGHLY RECOMMENDED! 

    "The field of cultural studies offers a natural window for looking more closely at the role of labor in digital media. Although some pioneers in cultural studies began important work with respect to labor, Fuchs carefully describes how cultural studies has increasingly distanced itself from questions of class. Fuchs does a remarkable job of using Marxist theory to reinvigorate the world of cultural studies. In short, the book is both encyclopedic and easily accessible... Summing Up: Highly recommended." - M Perelman, California State University, Chico, in CHOICE, September 2014

  6. Let Us Open the Door for You: Architect’s Guidebooks to Structures

    Editors Paul McMullin and Jonathan Price of the upcoming Architect's Guidebooks to Structures series set out to bridge the gap between architecture and scructural engineering.  Read more...

  7. Interview with Maud Anne Bracke, author of Women and the Reinvention of the Political

    Maud Anne Bracke, author of Women and the Reinvention of the Political: Feminism in Italy, 1968-1983, recently answered a few questions for us about her research and the history of the feminist movement in Italy.

  8. John Foster’s New Book ‘After Sustainability’ to Launch at UCL Institute for Sustainable Resources

    UCL ISR will host a special seminar introducing John Foster's new book, After Sustainability, along with discussion by Professor Jonathan Wolff, Philosophy, UCL, and Professor Albert Weale, Political Theory and Public Policy, UCL.  Read more...

  9. Routledge War and Conflict Studies Catalog now available

    The Routledge War and Conflict Studies Catalog is now available to view online. This catalog contains key textbooks, cutting edge research and supplementary reading, from new and established authors. From key research on vital topics, to textbooks for undergraduate and postgraduate courses, you will find whatever you need to further your own research, challenge your students, and provide essential reference materials for your institutional library.

  10. Author of the Month September 2014 - Sue Gerhardt

    Sue Gerhardt, author of Why Love Matters, is the Routledge Mental Health Author of the Month for September 2014!

    Why Love Matters explains why loving relationships are essential to brain development in the early years, and how these early interactions can have lasting consequences for future emotional and physical health. This second edition follows on from the success of the first, updating the scientific research, covering recent findings in genetics and the mind/body connection, and including a new chapter highlighting our growing understanding of the part also played by pregnancy in shaping a baby’s future emotional and physical well-being.

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