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  1. Check out this article by Mark Navin, author of the upcoming Values and Vaccine Refusal

    Author of the upcoming Values and Vaccine Refusal (Routledge, 2015), Mark Navin, writes for the The Oakland Press that Michigan’s school vaccination exemption trend needs to be reversed.

    To read the full article click here.

  2. Author Interview: Rob Brown

    "Symmetry is to public relations what creationism is to evolution...”

    Series Editor Kevin Moloney chats to Rob Brown, author of the latest addition to the New Directions in Public Relations & Communication Research series. Rob certainly seems keen to advocate a new direction….
     

  3. Author of the Month: L.H.M Ling

    Author of Imagining World Politics & The DAO of World Politics, L.H.M Ling, takes a little time to tell us about her books and some unusual facts about her teaching!

  4. Explore the latest Psychology Library Editions

    The Routledge Library Editions publishing program reissues previously out-of-print books from the Routledge archives, bringing past scholarship to a new generation of students and faculty and offering institutions an unparalleled opportunity to build a library according to research interests or student requirements. New! Emotion: A 12-volume set.

  5. The Metaphysics of Technology

    By David Skrbina

    What is technology? Why does it have such power in our lives? Why does it seemingly progress of its own accord, and without regard to social or environmental well-being? The quest for the essence of technology is an old one, with roots in the pre-Socratic philosophy of ancient Greece. It was then that certain thinkers first joined the ideas of technê and logos into a single worldview... Read more...

  6. Gender

    The Economics of Gender

    This December, Routledge Economics and Journals will be offering free access to articles and titles from The Economics of the Gender to the public. Take a look to see what we have in store for you!       

  7. Interview with Bruce Stephenson

    Bruce Stephenson has worked as a professor, public planner and a consultant. He is a leading expert on John Nolen, the visionary founding father of American city planning. Stephenson’s definitive biography, John Nolen, Landscape Architect and City Planner, illuminates the art Nolen practiced and the legacy he left. He also wrote the Introduction to a re-issued edition of Nolen’s most far-reaching book, New Ideals in the Planning of Villages, Towns, and Cities. At Rollins College, Stephenson and his students offer plans to solve the problems suburban sprawl has created in Orlando, Florida. Presently he is building on his study of Lewis Mumford’s vision for Portland, Oregon. He plans to document how Portland became a Mecca of urban sustainability, and a model for Orlando.    

  8. Q&A with Victor Deupi, author of ‘Architectural Temperance’

    Victor Deupi, author of Architectural Temperance, discusses his book and what lead him to explore why a powerful nation like Spain would temper its own building traditions with the more cosmopolitan trends associated with Rome; oftentimes at the expense of its own national and regional traditions.

  9. Now Available: A Sociolinguistics of Diaspora

    This volume brings together scholars in sociolinguistics and the sociology of new media and mobile technologies who are working on different social and communicative aspects of the Latino diaspora.

    Read more about this book and recommend it to your librarian

  10. Recommended by CHOICE - Collage and Architecture by Jennifer A.E. Shields

    "Architect Shields (UNC Charlotte) explores the idea of collage as an artistic strategy and an inspiration for architectural exploration. This volume is a thoughtful, well-researched, carefully constructed, and thoroughly illustrated effort to find meaningful relationships between the ideas of collage as employed in quite different forms of artistic endeavor… Summing Up: Recommended. Lower-level undergraduates and above." - D. Sachs, Kansas State University, CHOICE September 2014

    To read more about Collage and Architecture click here
     

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