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  1. E A Wallis Budge

    Routledge Revivals release a selection of Egypt titles by E. A. Wallis Budge

    This November, Routledge Revivals reissue the work of Sir E. A. Wallis Budge (1857 – 1934), one of the most influential and highly acclaimed academics within the field of Ancient Egypt.

  2. Publishing this November: Tom Peters

    A new title in the acclaimed Critical Evaluations in Business and Management Series, Tom Peters brings together the very best critical assessments of one of the most influential business thinkers of our age. 

  3. The Hungry Dragon: three new Europa titles explore China‚Äôs rapid economic and political rise

    Politically isolated until the end of the Cold War, China is now a key global player with an economic strength second only to that of the United States.

    This recent rise to dominance is reflected in the Europa Handbooks and Monographs schedule which, in 2013, will publish three titles relating to the region: China and the Middle East: from Silk Road to Arab Spring, Hungry Dragon: How China’s Resource Quest is Reshaping the World and Handbook of China’s Governance and Domestic Politics. Cathy Hartley, Senior Editor for Europa, explains a little more about each title and her decision to focus commissioning on this rapidly changing country...

  4. Just Released: Strategic Survey 2012

    The major upheavals and economic uncertainty of 2012 has ensured that the launch of the International Institute of Strategic Studies annual title Strategic Survey has been eagerly awaited. Held at the IISS headquarters in London, the event included an expert discussion panel answering questions on key current topics, such as the eurozone crisis and Iran's nuclear program. You can watch the entire launch online here.

    Interested in learning more about the Strategic Survey 2012 and the IISS? We’ve compiled a list of frequently asked questions to let you know a little more about the history, aims and activities of the Institute and fill you in on this year’s updates.

  5. Handbook of Land and Water Grabs in Africa featured in The Guardian

    'The rush of foreign investments in African farmland by "ecologically ignorant" pension groups, sovereign wealth funds and speculators will end in economic disaster and possibly even conflict.' - John Vidal, The Guardian

    Launched at Stockholm World Water Week the Handbook of Land and Water Grabs in Africa is already creating an impact. Take a look at the Guardian website for an interview with editors Martin Keulertz and Tony Allen. The piece is a great background to the book – Martin and Tony make really interesting points about the potential social and environmental ill-effects of the recent acquisition of African farmland.

    We've included some more details about the handbook below, and you can check out the full article on the Guardian website here

  6. Europa: Past, Present and Future

    What do you have to achieve to make it into an International Who’s Who? How is Europa making use of online publishing? We talk to Editorial Director, Paul Kelly, who answers our questions on Europa's editorial processes, prestigious history and plans for 2014.

  7. The Psychology of Conservatism reissues this November!

    Routledge Revivals are delighted to announce the upcoming reissue of The Psychology of Conservatism. Glenn Wilson, the book's author, and Visiting Professor of Psychology at Gresham College, London, discusses the book's reissue.

  8. Understanding Staff Development reissues this November

    This November Routledge Reference reissues Understanding Staff Development, by Graham Webb, under its Routledge Revivals program. Understanding Staff Development is a further addition to the extensive range of education-focussed Routledge Reference titles.

  9. Al Qaeda, by CNN Terrorism Analyst Paul Cruickshank, to publish in October

    Investigative reporter and CNN Terrorism Analyst, Paul Cruickshank, publishes a new 5 volume collection on al Qaeda. Featuring recent research covering documents recovered from bin Laden's Abbottabad compound following his death, this collection is the most up to date research resource on al Qaeda.

  10. Forthcoming Reissues: Women, Crime and Criminology and The Ties That Bind

    Routledge Reference are delighted to announce the reissue of two new titles on their Routledge Revivals program. Women, Crime and Criminology and The Ties That Bind, both authored by Carol Smart - Professor at the University of Manchester, and co-director of the Morgan Centre for the Study of Relationships and Personal Life - will publish in August and September of this year.

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