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  1. Now Availalble: Framing the Interpreter

    In case you missed it, Framing the Interpreter: Towards a visual perspective is out now. This book analyses photo postcards, snapshots and press photos from several historical periods of conflict, associated with different photographic technologies and habits of image consumption. Read more or request a complimentary e-inspection copy

  2. Interview with the Editors of ‘Now Urbanism’

    Editors Jeffrey Hou, Benjamin Spencer, Thaisa Way and Ken Yocom discuss their recently published book, Now Urbanism.

  3. Q&A with Daniel Safarik, Co-Author of ‘Best Tall Buildings: A Global Overview of 2014 Skyscrapers’

    Daniel Safarik, CTBUH editor and co-author of Best Tall Buildings: A Global Overview of 2014 Skyscrapers, discusses his new title and what's trending in the tall-buildings field.

  4. The Long-Awaited Revision of Marsha Linehan’s Classic Skills Training Manual—Now Two Volumes!

    From Marsha M. Linehan--the developer of dialectical behavior therapy (DBT)--new editions of her bestselling manual (over 300,000 in print), providing clinicians vital tools for implementing DBT skills training.

  5. Now Available: Second Language Sentence Processing

    This addition to the Cognitive Science and Second Language Acquisition series presents a comprehensive review of the latest research findings on sentence processing in second language acquisition.

    Read more and request an e-inspection copy.

  6. Want, Waste or War?

    The Global Resource Nexus and the Struggle for Land, Energy, Food, Water and Minerals
    By Philip Andrews-Speed, Raimund Bleischwitz, Tim Boersma, Corey Johnson, Geoffrey Kemp, and Stacy D. VanDeveer

    The nexus approach, conceptualized as attention to resource connections and their governance ramifications, calls attention to the sustainability of contemporary consumer resource use, lifestyles and supply chains. This book sets out an analytical framework for understanding these nexus issues and the related governance challenges and opportunities. Read more...

  7. Uncertainty and the Philosophy of Climate Change

    Matin Bunzl, author of Uncertainty and the Philosophy of Climate Change, discusses the philosophical challenge and moral implications of climate change.

    With a new entry every fortnight, blog posts written by various Routledge authors will be displayed both on the Routledge website and on our Facebook page. Each post within Facebook will be open to comments so please feel free to voice your thoughts! You can view all of our past blog posts there as well.

  8. Psychic Threats and Somatic Shelters

    NEW    There is increasing recognition within psychoanalysis and related therapies that awareness of the body is important in understanding and treating patients. Psychic Threats and Somatic Shelters explores the ways in which adults and children become acquainted with the range of physical issues that arise within their psychoanalytic or psychological treatments.

  9. NEW: Forest Tenure and Reform in Asia and Africa

    Local Control for Improved Livelihoods, Forest Management, and Carbon Sequestration
    Edited by Randall Bluffstone, Elizabeth J.Z. Robinson

    This book helps students, researchers and professionals to understand the importance and implications of these reforms for local environmental quality, climate change, and the livelihoods of villagers, who are oftentimes poor. It is shown that local forest management can oftentimes be more successful than top-down management of common pool forest resources. Read more...

  10. Ecocultures

    Blueprints for Sustainable Communities
    Edited by Steffen Böhm, Zareen Pervez Bharucha, Jules Pretty

    This book demonstrates how communities in both developed and developing countries are already taking action to maintain or build resilient and sustainable lifestyles. These communities, here designated as ‘Ecocultures’, are exemplars of the art and science of sustainable living. Though they form a diverse group... Read more...

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