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  1. Cities, Politics and Power, Book of the Month, June 2011

    Cities, Politics and Power by Simon Parker (University of York) is written in an accessible, lucid style, and makes extensive use of comparative and historical case studies.

    Request your complimentary exam copy today!

  2. Sunburnt Cities, Book of the Month, May 2011

    "Hollander takes on the dominant paradigm of cities attempting to grow out of decline and challenges the common assertion that Sunbelt cities will quickly bounce back from the foreclosure crisis. He combines solid scholarship with engaging narrative to make Sunburnt Cities a must read for planners, policymakers, scholars and anyone interested in the future of these boom-and-bust places."

    —Dan Immergluck, Associate Professor, School of City and Regional Planning, Georgia Institute of Technology, USA

  3. eFocus on Urban Studies - eBooks Collection for Libraries

    Urbanization has been one of the key forces in the shaping of the modern world. This extensive new resource provides a rich and diverse range of perspectives on urban phenomena.

  4. Featured Book: Cities, Politics and Power

    Cities, Politics and Power by Simon Parker (University of York) is written in an accessible, lucid style, and makes extensive use of comparative and historical case studies.

  5. City Reader, 5e, Book of the Month, March 2011

    This new edition of the City Reader, edited by Richard T. LeGates (San Francisco State University) and Frederic Stout (Stanford University), provides instructors and students with the best classic and contemporary writings on the city. It is essential reading for any course in Urban Sociology, Urban Geography, Urban Planning, and Architectural Theory.


     

  6. New Online Resources Brochure Out Now

    Browse our new Online Resources Brochure to discover outstanding academic electronic resources across the Social Sciences, Humanities and Science and Technology.

    30 day free trials are available for libraries and institutions.

    To order a copy of the brochure, email reference@routledge.com

  7. cities and design

    Cities and Design, Book of the Month, September 2010

    Cities and Design by Paul Knox (Virginia Tech,) the latest addition to the Routledge Critical Introductions to
    Urbanism and the City
    series explores the complex relationships between design and urban environments.

  8. Urban Geography, Book of the Month, July 2010

    Urban Geography: A Global Perspective, by Michael Pacione, University of Strathclyde provides instructors and students with a comprehensive introduction to the expanding field of Urban Studies, offering a truly global perspective.

  9. Neo-Bohemia, Book of the Month, June 2010

    The second edition of Neo-Bohemia: Art and Commerce in the Postindustrial City by Richard Lloyd, Vanderbilt University, is now available! This eloquently-written ethnography examines bohemian culture within the broader context of its historical and economic implications.

  10. Urban Studies Top 5 Bestselling Books

    Browse our bestselling titles in Urban Studies for 2010!

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