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  1. Publishing this December from Routledge Library Editions: Community, Hierarchy and Open Education

    Part of our upcoming multivolume Sociology of Education collection Community, Hierarchy and Open Education examines the English secondary school and its community.

  2. EU Economy jacket

    UK Economy: The Crisis in Perspective is one of our highlights this month

    Comprising an edited collection of papers presented to the European Commission, plus contributions from some of the most prominent and respected commentators on the UK economy, including Christopher Pissarides, winner of the 2010 Nobel Prize for economic sciences, this brand new title is essential reading for those interested in the historical background of, and prospects for, the UK economy. Lean more here

  3. EU Encyclopedia and Directory jacket

    Reference Book of the Month time! The EU is in the spotlight this November

    The current crisis in the Eurozone has focussed the eyes of the world on the countries of the European Union. There are some difficult decisions to be made. The European Union Encyclopedia and Directory 2012 is your guide to the all the major EU institutions and official bodies. It is the perfect reference source for students of EU policy. Read more here!

  4. Olympic Rings Image

    Routledge Online Studies on the Olympic and Paralympic Games (ROSO)

    A unique platform publishing scholarly research, stimulating new knowledge and supporting the learning legacy of the Olympic and Paralympic Games.

  5. Bernhard Glaeser donates Learning from China? to Yantai library

    Bernhard Glaeser donated a copy of his Routledge book Learning from China? Development and Environment in Third World Countries which is part of Routledge Library Editions: Development (Vol 23: 2011) collection to the library of the "Yantai Institue of Coastal Zone Research" in Yantai, Shandong Province (China).

  6. Mini-Set H: History of Education will include a trilogy of titles from Editor J. A. Mangan

    Part of our upcoming multivolume Education collection, Routledge Library Editions: Mini-set H: History of Education re-issues 24 volumes which span a century of publishing: 1900–1995.

  7. Critical Events in Teaching and Learning

    Critical Events in Teaching and Learning is one of the featured titles in Routledge Library Editions upcoming Education collection. This volume describes and analyzes exceptional educational events – periods of particularly effective teaching - representing ultimates in teacher and pupil educational experience.

  8. Politics of Series_catalogue jacket

    Very excited to announce new Online Catalog for Politics of ... Reference Series

    All fourteen titles within the successful Europa Politics of ... Reference Series now have pride of place in our new Online Catalog, which can be accessed today. Narcotic Drugs, Gender, The Olympics, Climate Change, Maritime Power and more. There is something for everyone in the series. Read on for all the info about the Catalog.

  9. SACAC 2012 jacket

    For your viewing pleasure: taster pages for ‘South America, Central America & the Caribbean 2012’

    Our editorial team has kindly put together some taster pages for the recently published 2012 edition of 'South America, Central America and the Caribbean', our socio-political and economic guide to all the countries of this region, from Cuba and Jamaica to Argentina and Brazil. There is an excellent Foreward from the editors. See the pages here

  10. 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.

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