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  1. The French Revolution: Faith, Desire and Politics

    In The French Revolution author Noah Shusterman explores the issues of religion and sexuality that occupied the minds and helped shape the actions of women and men during this time of radical change; from the pornographic pamphlets about Marie-Antoinette to the puritanical morality of revolutionary leader Maximilien Robespierre, the revolutionary catechisms that children learned and to the anathemas hurled on the Revolution from clandestine priests in the countryside. Read more

    Instructors - Follow this link if you are teaching a course and would like to order your complimentary exam copy.

  2. A Global History of the Developing World

    Encompassing Asia, Latin America and Africa, A Global History of the Developing World centralizes the struggle for self-determination in an attempt to understand how the current nation-states have been formed and what their future may hold. Christopher M. White presents a wide-ranging study of the major themes in studies of the developing world, including slavery, imperialism, religion, free and fair trade, democratization and economic development.

    Instructors - Follow this link if you are teaching a course and would like to order your complimentary exam copy.

  3. Traumatic Narcissism

    In this volume, Traumatic Narcissism: Relational Systems of Subjugation, Daniel Shaw presents a way of understanding the traumatic impact of narcissism as it is engendered developmentally, and as it is enacted relationally. Focusing on the dynamics of narcissism in interpersonal relations, Shaw describes the relational system of what he terms the 'traumatizing narcissist' as a system of subjugation – the objectification of one person in a relationship as the means of enforcing the dominance of the subjectivity of the other. 

  4. The American Revolution Reader

    A collection of leading essays by prominent historians on the American revolutionary era from the eve of the imperial crisis through George Washington’s presidency.  The articles chosen represent classic themes, such as the British-colonial relationship during the eighteenth century, the rise of political parties and much more, as well as capturing how the field has been reshaped in recent years. Ideal for classroom use and any student of the American Revolution. Read more

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  5. Early North America in Global Perspective

    In this new book, editors Philip D. Morgan and Molly A. Warsh collect the most interesting and innovative scholarly approaches to questions of early North American history. Anchored by a robust introduction that guides the reader through the various conceptual arguments, the fourteen essays gathered here introduce students to some of the finest historians of early America working in expansive and stimulating ways. Read More

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  6. October Book of the Month: Innovation and Change in English Language Education

    This book provides an accessible introduction to current theory and research in innovation and change in English language teaching. In a series of specially commissioned chapters written by experts in the field, the volume:

    • sets out the key issues in innovation and change and shows how these relate to actual practice.
    • relates theory to practice through the use of illustrative case studies and examples
    • unites the very best scholarship in TESOL and language education from around the world

    This book will be of interest to advanced students in Applied Linguistics, Language education and TESOL as well as teachers and researchers keen to create and manage teaching and learning more effectively.

  7. Motivating Learning

    October Series of the Month: Research and Resources in Language Teaching

    Research and Resources in Language Teaching is a ground-breaking series whose aim is to integrate the latest research in language teaching with innovative classroom practice.

    Series editors: Jill Hadfield, Unitec, New Zealand and Christopher N. Candlin, Macquarie University, Australia.

    Add the discount code OCT13 to your basket to receive 20% discount across the series throughout October

  8. Routledge author to appear on Radio 4’s Thinking Allowed

    Kevin Hannam, author of several Routledge Tourism Books is appearing in Radio 4's thinking allowed today at 4pm 2nd October 2014

    Click here to listen to the discussion on 'Slum Tourism', where he is invited to discuss his views.

  9. Kristin Demetrious

    Kristin Demetrious Discusses Public Relations, Activism, and Social Change

    In her latest interview, Kristin Demetrious, author of Public Relations, Activism, and Social Change, answers some burning public relations questions, including "What is public communication, and how does it differ from public relations?" and "What do you think the future of public relations looks like? How does public communication fit in to this future?"

  10. Halloween Twitter Special

    What’s your favorite scary book?

    Tell us on Twitter using the hashtag #scarystory by 11:59pm, October 31st, for a chance to win a Halloween-themed book from Routledge!

    Details here.

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