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What is the Routledge Revivals programme?

Routledge Revivals is a programme designed to reissue a wealth of out-of-print and unavailable titles written by some of the leading academic scholars of the last 120 years. To date, the programme includes titles by the likes of Sir Andrew Motion, Hermione Lee, Zygmunt Bauman, Karl Jaspers, Malcolm Bradbury, Simone Weil, Emile Durkheim, Charles Kindleberger and W. Arthur Lewis.

Which subject areas do the Revivals cover?

All subjects which fall within the spectrum of the Humanities and Social Sciences, reflecting the impressive breadth and depth of the Routledge backlist. Thus far, the Revivals list is particularly strong in the areas of Sociology, Philosophy, Politics, Economics, Literature and History.

How long has the programme been active?

The first Routledge Revivals titles were published in July 2009 and a year later we have more than 120 titles available in hardback, with a substantial percentage of these already available as ebooks and some also in paperback as part of the paperbacks direct programme. Over the next year, we expect the programme to more than double in size.

Are Revivals available as e-books?

Where we've been able to acquire electronic rights, Revivals titles are also available in ebook format.

What is the difference between a Routledge Revival and a Routledge Library Edition?

Routledge Library Editions (RLEs) are also straight reissues from our backlist, but instead of being single, stand-alone volumes like the Revivals they are always released as backlist collections on a particular subject or author. RLE collections can vary in size from 5-300 volumes.

What's the difference between a Revival and a facsimile Major Work?

A facsimile Major Work will often gather diverse sources together—e.g selected chapters from books, manuscript material. They tend not to re-issue complete books.

Recent Articles

  1. Reissuing this November – Esther Moir’s ‘The Discovery of Britain’

    First published in 1964, this book focuses on the tour of Britain. Rather than looking at foreign tourists coming to Britain or British tourists travelling abroad, the primary focus of the book is to examine the British people who explored their native land in the three centuries from 1540 to 1840.

  2. Routledge Revivals reissue the work of E. Cashmore

    The collection of eight titles from E. Cashmore are all previously published works from across the last thirty five years.

    Titles in the collection span a broad range of topics, appealing to those particularly interested in subjects involving race relations, crime, sociology and media.

  3. E A Wallis Budge

    Routledge Revivals release a selection of Egypt titles by E. A. Wallis Budge

    This November, Routledge Revivals reissue the work of Sir E. A. Wallis Budge (1857 – 1934), one of the most influential and highly acclaimed academics within the field of Ancient Egypt.

  4. The Psychology of Conservatism reissues this November!

    Routledge Revivals are delighted to announce the upcoming reissue of The Psychology of Conservatism. Glenn Wilson, the book's author, and Visiting Professor of Psychology at Gresham College, London, discusses the book's reissue.
     

  5. Understanding Staff Development reissues this November

    This November Routledge Reference reissues Understanding Staff Development, by Graham Webb, under its Routledge Revivals program. Understanding Staff Development is a further addition to the extensive range of education-focussed Routledge Reference titles.

  6. Forthcoming Reissues: Women, Crime and Criminology and The Ties That Bind

    Routledge Reference are delighted to announce the reissue of two new titles on their Routledge Revivals program. Women, Crime and Criminology and The Ties That Bind, both authored by Carol Smart - Professor at the University of Manchester, and co-director of the Morgan Centre for the Study of Relationships and Personal Life - will publish in August and September of this year.

  7. Publishing Soon: Common Knowledge: The Development of Understanding in the Classroom

    This June, Routledge reissues Common Knowledge: The Development of Understanding in the Classroom under its Routledge Revivals program.

    First published in 1987, Common Knowledge was a radical departure from the traditionally individualistic psychologies which underpinned modern approaches to educational theory and practice. In this article, the title's authors, Derek Edwards and Neil Mercer, discuss their writing of the title and the research they have been involved in since its initial publication.
     

  8. Discount Extended: Routledge Revivals Subject Specific Collections

    Owing to the success of our Routledge Revivals subject specific bundle promotion we’ve decided to extend the 15% discount offer until the end of September.

  9. Publishing this April: The Collected Works of James E. Meade


    This month sees the release of The Collected Works of James E. Meade, published as part of the Routledge Revivals program.

    James Edward Meade was a highly influential British economist and Nobel Laureate who, until retirement, held the post of Senior Research Fellow at Christ’s College, Cambridge. Born in Dorset, he studied Philosophy, Politics and Economics at Oriel College, Oxford.

  10. Afghanistan: The Soviet War, Edited by Ed Girardet

    A book in the finest tradition of war reporting on the front line. 

    Written by journalist Ed Girardet, one of the world's leading authorities on the Soviet war in Afghanistan, Afghanistan: The Soviet War, was first published in 1985 - the height of the war – and reissued last year.
     

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