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  1. Handbook Heritage

    Have you seen our Routledge Asian Studies Handbooks?

    We are proud to promote our outstanding selection of handbooks providing the most cutting edge and up to data research on key areas of Asian Studies. Each handbook is written by an international team of experts in their fields making these leading handbooks in the area.

  2. New Tim Ingold: Making - Anthropology, Archaeology, Art and Architecture

    The latest book from renowned anthropologist Tim Ingold takes a profound new approach to the study of four related disciplines and seeks to tie them together. Ingold considers anthropology, archaeology, art and architecture as ways of making, involving the creation of knowledge, the building of environments and the transformation of lives.

    If you are an instructor and wish to inspect a copy for use on your course, please follow this link.
     

  3. Featured Title: Film Censorship in the Asia-Pacific Region

    Film censorship has always been a controversial matter, particularly in jurisdictions with restrictive state-based censorship systems. Film Censorship in the Asia-Pacfic Region reviews the film censorship system in the Asia-Pacific by comparing the systems used in Malaysia, Hong Kong and Australia.

    Recommend this book to your librarian here.

  4. Routledge Revivals reissue the work of Peter Mangold

    This month the Routledge Revivals program reissue two texts from Peter Mangold, an influential journalist and author. Exclusively for us Peter Mangold has written a new and original article relating to these reissued titles, which is available here to download and read at your own leisure!

  5. The Routledge Cyber Security Collection

    Cyber Security is a growing concern in our modern world. For a limited time, Routledge are offering a 20% discount on our books in this area. Read more below about how to order your copies.

    You can also browse the Cyber Security Awareness collection, featuring over 30 FREE ACCESS journal articles, until the end of February.

  6. Featured Education Series:  February 2013

    Teacher Quality and School Development
    Series Editors: Christopher Day and Ann Lieberman

    The aim of this series is to bring together, disseminate and communicate original and authoritative experience and research which will "speak to" teachers, teacher educators, researchers, and other research user communities such as teacher associations, and policy making/implementation organizations.

  7. Lebanon

    The Contemporary Middle East

    The Routledge Contemporary Middle East Series provides the first systematic attempt at studying the key actors of the dynamic, complex and strategically important MENA region. Each case study provides an easily-digestible analysis of the origins of the state, its contemporary politics, economics and international relations. All books in the series are available as free inspection copies!

    In a time of great political change and unrest, these highly topical texts offer succinct accounts of the contemporary political environment in the Middle East.
     

  8. Law and the Question of the Animal

    New Research Books Publishing in February

    We are excited to be publishing three new GlassHouse books in February - including new titles in the acclaimed Nomikoi Critical Legal Thinkers series and the second book in the Law, Justice and Ecology series. The new titles take on areas as diverse as music, political philosophy and environmental ethics. Read on for more details of our new publishing for February. 

  9. Media Law

    Routledge Handbooks in Law

    Routledge now publish a number of handbooks in law. The handbooks are high-level reference works that feature specially commissioned papers by a range of leading international scholars. Not only do they cover the key topics in the field they identify emerging issues of critical importance that will shape future research. Read on for more information

  10. Market and Temple Fairs of Rural China

    Featured Author: Gene Cooper

    Gene Cooper’s new book is a multi-sited ethnographic study of market and temple fairs in the region of Jinhua, a city on the east coast of China and the home of Hengdian, “China’s Hollywood.” The Market and Temple Fairs of Rural China: Red Fire weaves together historical and ethnographic methodologies in a spirited account of the genealogies and contemporary practices of a variety of forms of performance at these local gatherings.

    Here you can listen to Gene being interviewed by East Asian Studies.

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