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  1. Looking for eBooks in Geography?

    Did you know about the different purchasing options available for our eBooks? 

    With a number of different subject collections available within Geography, Development, Travel & Tourism, and Urban Studies, we wanted to make you aware of all the different purchasing options that are available to you.

    • ePrint allows you to tailor your purchases for your specific needs.  For example you can print
    • as much or as little as required, from a single page to the entire book.
    • eCopy allows you to copy and paste selected content.  With eCopy you obtain persistent
    • soft copy of the text for offline viewing, modification or printing as and when required.
    • eCompile allows you to browse and buy individual pages or chapters from various
    • ebooks to create your own reference eBook!
    • eSubscribe is the perfect option if you would like to access an entire eBook for a fixed
    • length of time.

    What are you waiting for - find out more today! 
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  2. View our Newest Geography, Development, Tourism and Urban Studies Catalogs Online!

    Routledge Geography, Development, and Tourism Catalogs are now available online!  Click here to view our most recent catalogs online or to download them in PDF format. Check back with us soon for our upcoming 2010 catalogs to see the newest books and resources for the coming year

  3. Featured Series: Routledge Urban Reader Series

    Routledge is pleased to highlight the Routledge Urban Reader Series, edited by Richard LeGates, San Francisco State University and Frederic Stout, Stanford University.

    This exciting series responds to the need for comprehensive coverage of the classic and essential texts that form the basis of intellectual work in the various academic disciplines and professional fields concerned with cities.

  4. Featured Title - Gentrification Reader

    ‘The editors have performed a valuable service in bringing together key texts on what is probably the most critical phenomenon in cities around the world today. If you teach upper-level urban geography or urban studies, this is the reader for which you’ve been waiting! By making these sometimes fugitive texts available under one cover, the editors have saved us a lot of time and increased the likelihood that students will actually read the material!’ Briavel Holcomb, Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy, Rutgers University, USA

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