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  1. Positive Week – Sustainable Fashion and Textiles

    Positive Luxury have organized the first ever Positive Week. Running from 8th until the 14th July, Positive Week is dedicated to promoting brands that are positive for both people and the planet.

    We got in touch with Kate Fletcher, author of Sustainable Fashion and Textiles who gave us a quote in relation to Positive Week.

  2. Searching for Resilience in Sustainable Development

    By exploring the practical and successful ways in which resilience may be established, this book makes resilience real and achievable. It searches for the ways in which resilience may be created within the web of ecological, socio-economic and cultural systems that make up the world in which we live and upon which all living creatures depend. This learning journey explores both robust and fragile systems and asks questions of groups and individuals actively involved in building or maintaining resilience.

  3. LSE Review of Eller’s Cultural Anthropology

    The London School of Economics Review of Books has written a glowing review of Cultural Anthropology: Global Forces, Local Lives 2nd Edition over at their website.

    Reviewer Sneha Krishnan highlights Jack David Eller's "engaging style and critical rigour" and praises the book as "a competent and thorough introduction to cultural anthropology, and a very important addition to the resources for teaching in that discipline". Read the full review here.

  4. Puerto Rico and the Origins of U.S. Global Empire

    New Research Series - Now Available

    From addressing pressing legal concerns of the current financial crisis to re-evaluating historical and traditional concepts of colonial dominance, Routledge Law is introducing two new key series to provide comprehensive analysis on globaly relevant issues.

  5. The Aboriginal Tent Embassy

    Innovative New Research Publishing in July

    We're pleased to have another great month of new research books publishing in July, with books covering topics such as Human Rights law; Criminology and Medical & Healthcare Law amongst other things. Read on for full details of our research and scholarly publishing in July.

  6. Research Methods in Law

    Recently Published Law Textbooks

    We are delighted to announce the recent publication of a range of seminal textbooks. From the launch of two new titles to trusted favourites appearing in a 10th edition we have books designed to guide students through the undergraduate law curriculum. Read on for more details of the books publishing

  7. The Politics of Exile Cover

    ‘The Politics of Exile’ receives high praise from The Times Higher Education

    'This is perhaps the most thought-provoking and refreshing work to be published on Bosnia and the former Yugoslavia in a long time.'

    'The Politics of Exile reads like a novel, but it is an academic work that asks important questions about the research process and, specifically, researching wars such as the one that took place in Bosnia between 1992 and 1995, where crimes and atrocities were committed.'

  8. Blog Post - What is the difference between an art photograph and a designer handbag?

    In a recent blog post on MasteringPhoto.com, Routledge author Lucy Soutter ponders the question - what is the difference between an art photograph and a designer handbag?  Your answer to this question says a lot about your relationship with photography.

    Read the blog post and come to your own conclusions.

  9. Lucy Soutter @ The Photographers’ Gallery in London

     

    Recently Routledge author Lucy Soutter gave a talk at The Photographers' Gallery in London where she discussed her book Why Art Photography?

    Click here to listen to a podcast of the presentation.

  10. The Photographic Image in Digital Culture, 2e

    Edited by Martin Lister

    Publishing soon!  This new edition of The Photographic Image in Digital Culture explores the condition of photography after some 20 years of remediation and transformation by digital technology. 

    Read more...

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