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Articles, News, Promotions and Updates from Routledge and the Taylor & Francis Group.

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  1. 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

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. 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.

  5. 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.

  6. 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.

  7. PUBLISHING IN JUNE: Routledge Library Editions: Women, Feminism and Literature

    June marks the publication month of our eagerly awaited collection: Routledge Library Edition: Women, Feminism and Literature.


  8. Publishing Soon: Common Knowledge: The Development of Understanding in the Classroom

    This June, Routledge reissues Common Knowledge: The Development of Understanding in the Classroom under its Routledge Revivals program.

    First published in 1987, Common Knowledge was a radical departure from the traditionally individualistic psychologies which underpinned modern approaches to educational theory and practice. In this article, the title's authors, Derek Edwards and Neil Mercer, discuss their writing of the title and the research they have been involved in since its initial publication.

  9. May’s Book of the Month: Asian American Literature

    Asian American Literature, May’s ‘Book of the Month’, is a four-volume collection co-published by Routledge and Edition Synapse.

    American writers whose provenance lies in Asia have been producing and publishing work of interest and distinction for well over a century. However, in recent decades there has been an exponential growth in their output, and much Asian American literature has now achieved new levels of both popular success and critical acclaim. The burgeoning number of literary anthologies and academic studies attests to a growing and deepening scholarly attention. Indeed, Asian American literature—and the serious critical work it has spawned—is now central to debates about national cultures, world civilizations, and transnational imaginations.

  10. Q&A: Our Banking and Finance Authors Answer Your Questions

    Last week marked the publication of our topical, and incredibly timely title: Routledge Library Editions: Banking and Finance. To celebrate, and to mark the title's launch, we are posting the results of our first author/reader Q&A.

    Thank you to everyone who emailed questions. Two of the title's authors, Timothy Morris (Professor of Management Studies at the University of Oxford), and Nicholas Snowden (Senior Lecturer in Economics at Lancaster University) answer your questions below.

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