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Articles, News, Promotions and Updates from Routledge and the Taylor & Francis Group.

Recent Articles

  1. A New Understanding of ADHD in Children and Adults

    For over 100 years, ADHD has been seen as essentially a behavior disorder. Recent scientific research has developed a new paradigm which recognizes ADHD as a developmental disorder of the cognitive management system of the brain, its executive functions. This cutting-edge book pulls together key ideas of this new understanding of ADHD, explaining them and describing in understandable language scientific research that supports this new model. 

  2. Community Architecture (Routledge Revivals)

    Charles Knevitt and Nick Wates talk about the reissue of ‘Community Architecture’

    Co-authors Charles Knevitt and Nick Wates discuss the evolving impact of their iconic work, Community Architecture.

  3. Paperbacks Direct catalog

    Bestselling titles now available in paperback

    Paperbacks Direct are topical books that represent the best of our cutting-edge hardback publishing in a paperback format and price. Check out which of our Paperbacks Direct are publishing this month.

  4. Author Care Resources

    There are a number of resources that have been created for you which you may find useful in writing and promoting your book. The following documents are provided here:

  5. Enter the Routledge/ALT Teaching Law with Technology Prize 2014

    Innovation in Teaching and Learning

    Routledge and the Association of Law Teachers are delighted to offer the The Routledge/ALT Teaching Law with Technology Prize in order to recognize, reward and champion innovation in teaching and learning. The competition is open to all law teachers in the UK, including those in higher education, further education, the schools sector and private institutions.

    The £1500 prize is awarded annually as part of the ALT conference, at the main conference dinner.
     

  6. Sport and Physical Education

  7. Author Appearance - Geoff Eley at GHIL’s Ethics of Seeing Conference

    Geoff Eley, author of Nazism as Fascism, will be taking part in the German Historical Institute London's upcoming Ethics of Seeing conference.

  8. Reclaiming Archaeology

    The time is ripe for archaeologists to address a wider audience and engage in theoretical debates from a position of equality, not of subalternity. Reclaiming Archaeology explores how archaeology can be useful to rethink modernity’s big issues, and more specifically late modernity (broadly understood as the 20th and 21st centuries). It includes essays from a diverse array of archaeologists who have dealed in one way or another with modernity, including scholars from non-Anglophone countries who have approached the issue in original ways during recent years, as well as contributors from other fields who engage in a creative dialog with archaeology and the work of archaeologists.

    Click here to learn more!

  9. Now Available: Thurgood Marshall

    Thurgood Marshall was an Associate Justice of the US Supreme Court from 1967 to 1991. He was the first African American to hold that position, and was one of the most influential legal actors of his time. Through this concise biography, accompanied by primary sources that present Marshall in his own words, students will learn what Marshall did (and did not do) during his life, why those actions were important, and what effects his efforts had on the larger course of American history.

    Please follow this link if you are teaching and would like to receive a complimentary copy to consider for adoption.

  10. What is Microhistory?

    "The voices of two authors combine in this important analysis of the evolving character of microhistory. This study guides the reader through the achievements of microhistory to date. It also offers a thought-provoking perspective on the potential for microhistory to continue to make a significant contribution to our understanding of the past." - Graeme Murdock, Trinity College Dublin, Republic of Ireland

    This unique and detailed analysis provides the first accessible and comprehensive introduction to the origins, development, methodology of microhistory – one of the most significant innovations in historical scholarship to have emerged in the last few decades. Authors Sigurður Gylfi Magnússon and István M. Szijártó survey the significant characteristics shared by large groups of microhistorians, and how these have now established an acknowledged place within any general discussion of the theory and methodology of history as an academic discipline.

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