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  1. World of Learning 2012 Jacket

    It’s Europa World of Learning time! The 2012 edition is here. See what the fuss is all about….

    The publication of The Europa World of Learning is always a big event in the publishing calendar, and this year is no exception. The figures speak for themselves ... over 2,000 brand new entries added for 2012, more than 4,500 updated entries and nigh on 27,000 higher education institutions profiled in total. Learn how this major reference work could benefit your library today.

  2. Book of the Month for September: Routledge Library Editions: Jane Austen

    Now Available!

    Jane Austen remains one of the most semninal and influential figures in the history of the novel, whose works continue to be enjoyed throughout the world.

  3. Routledge Library Editions: Education 2011 Online Catalog goes live!

    I am pleased to announce the final details for our extensive 244 Volume Routledge Library Editions: Education collection.

  4. UK Economy: the crisis in perspective - book launch

    Frankfurt News: Book Launch for ‘UK Economy: the crisis in perspective’

    Everyone loves a book launch! And we are very excited about the impending launch of our new book, UK Economy: the crisis in perspective, which we have published in association with the European Commission.The launch will take place on Thursday 13th October at the EU stand. Read on for the full low down

  5. Your artwork could feature on our 2012 Reference Catalog. Entries now open

    This is a call to budding photographers, graphic designers, artists or indeed anyone out there with a creative streak. The front cover of our 2012 Reference Catalog is currently a blank canvas and we would like you to fill this space. Paintings, drawings, collages, stencil designs etc. are all welcome. We are simply looking for something with a bit of flair. Read on for details of how to enter.

  6. Routledge Library Editions: Education announce final collection details

    Global in its coverage this ‘mini library is available to order as a complete collection, as a mini-set which is structured by sub-discipline, or as individual volumes.  

  7. The Reference Review of the Month: Agricultural Economics

    The application of the principles of economics to the production of crops and livestock—and to land usage more generally—is a well-established and flourishing area of research and study, and this four-volume collection in the Routledge Major Works series, Critical Concepts in Economics. 

  8. Regional Surveys 2012 Catalogue jacket

    Check out the prelim pages for Central and South-Eastern Europe 2012

    The first Regional Survey of World to be published this year, Central and South-Eastern Europe 2012, can now be previewed online. Our lovely editorial team has released a collection of preliminary pages from the book for your viewing pleasure. Read on for more info and to see where to download.

  9. Reissued 4 Volume Jane Austen collection set to publish this September

    Did you know Jane Austen first published Sense & Sensibility 200 years ago this October? (30th October 1811). In timely fashion Routledge Library Editions are pleased to announce the reissue of a 4-Volume Jane Austen Collection.

  10. What is the relationship of Language, Learning, and Identity?

    This is just one of the dizzying questions addressed by those working in educational linguistics. The subdiscipline first came to prominence in the 1970s, and in recent decades it has expanded rapidly.

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