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  1. Theatre for Women’s Participation in Sustainable Development

    By Beth Osnes

    Though development researchers have proven that the participation of women is necessary for effective sustainable development, development practitioners still largely lack culturally appropriate, gender-sensitive tools for including women, especially women living in poverty... Read more...

  2. Routledge Revivals Literature - June/July

    Are there elusive titles that you need and have been trying to source for years but thought that you would never be able to find?

    Read More...

  3. The Olympic Games - New and Forthcoming Books

    As we are nearing the second anniversary of the London 2012 Olympic Games on July 27th we have put together a collection of books focusing on the Olympics. Covering areas such as heritage and the media to public policy, there is sure to be something that suits everyone's tastes.

    Just click on this article to view the full list of titles

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    Routledge Performance Archive hits a HUNDRED

    Come and celebrate with us! In 2014 the RPA hits a hundred: the Routledge Performance Archive gives students and practitioners over 100 hours of high-quality and hand-picked audiovisual material, direct to the library, classroom and studio. Intrigued?

    Come find out more about what the RPA could do for you, and how you can gain access.

  5. Just Published: The Great Barrier Reef: An Environmental History

    From the Foreword by Professor Helene Marsh, Distinguished Professor of Environmental Science, James Cook University, Townsville, Australia

    "Through a meticulous analysis of archival materials, official sources, publications, photographs and oral history evidence, this book documents for the first time how the colonisation of Queensland and the resultant growth of primary industries have contributed to the decline of the Great Barrier Reef… It provides important historical evidence that demonstrates that the detrimental impacts of increased human population, urban development and agricultural expansion in the Great Barrier Reef catchment area will have to be ameliorated to increase the resilience of the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area to the ravages of climate change."

    To read more about the book or to recommend to your Librarian click here

  6. New - The Uttal Tetralogy of Cognitive Neuroscience

    Build your library collection with The Uttal Tetralogy of Cognitive Neuroscience. These four previously out-of-print titles are now available again, either as a set or as individual volumes, in your choice of print or ebook.

  7. Introducing The Routledge Handbook of Historical Linguistics

    The Routledge Handbook of Historical Linguistics provides a survey of the field covering the methods which underpin current work; models of language change; and the importance of historical linguistics for other subfields of linguistics and other disciplines. Read more

    Recommend to your librarian today here!

  8. Elisia L. Cohen

    Elisia Cohen, editor of this year’s Communication Yearbook, tells us more ...

    Elisia L. Cohen, who has done a fantastic job of editing the 38th edition of the evergreen Communication Yearbook, gives us the inside story on this year's edition and why the book remains as relevant as ever. Read her insightful interview here.

  9. New - Routledge Library Editions: Jung

    Build your library collection with Routledge Library Editions: Jung. Eight previously out-of-print titles are now available again, either as a set or as individual volumes, in your choice of print or ebook.

  10. New Major Work - Asia Pacific Security

    This new title from Routledge, edited by Professor Leszek Buszynski, includes the key literature on Asia Pacific Security. Arranged across four volumes, the collection covers the great powers (China and the US), Japan, South Korea and the peripheral players (Australia and India), explores trouble spots and potential flashpoints, for example Taiwan, or the Korean Peninsula, and examines the regional security architecture and non-traditional Security.

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