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  1. Textbook of the Month: Culture in School Learning, 3rd Edition

    Check out our June Textbook of the Month: Culture in School Learning: Revealing the Deep Meaning, 3rd Edition By Etta R. Hollins

    "This text challenges educators to better understand themselves and their students through examination of the various facets of culture and their influence on and within educational settings, and provides a conceptual and practical framework for moving forward in developing culturally responsive environments and practices." --Peggy Hickman, Arcadia University, USA

    To request your e-inspection copy for your course, please click here.

  2. May Titles available for review

    We’re pleased to present the following releases available for review in Business. Simply click the following images or links for more information. 

  3. New UK Education Titles for June 2015

    Click here to browse some of the newest books publishing at Routledge Education this month! 

  4. Routledge Education June 2015 Author of the Month: Curt Bonk

    Curtis J. Bonk is the co-editor of MOOCs and Open Education Around the World, which is publishing at the end of this month.

  5. Featured Series: PRIO New Security Studies

    We are please to highlight our PRIO New Security Studies series! Until the end of June we are offering 20% discount on all titles in the series with the code NSS20*!

    Explore the entire series here.  

  6. Featured Series: Routledge Advances in European Politics

    We are pleased to highlight our Routledge Advances in European Politics series! Until the end of June we are offering 20% discount on all titles in the series with the code AEP20*!

    Explore the entire series here.  

  7. Metrolingualism

    Authors of the Month: Alastair Pennycook and Emi Otsuji

    This month, Routledge Linguistics celebrates Alastair Pennycook and Emi Otsuji as our Authors of the Month. Co-authors of Metrolingualism: Language in the City, they both currently teach at the University of Technology, Sydney. 

    Alastair Pennycook also authored several other Routledge titles, including Language as a Local Practice (2010) and Global Englishes and Transcultural Flows (2006). Emi Otsuji co-edited Languages and Identities in a Transitional Japan: From Internationalization to Globalization (2015) and is the Japanese editor for The Japan Journal of Multilingualism and Multicultuarlism

    Find out more about the origin of 'metrolingualism,' how the book takes cultural differences into account when examining language use, and the story behind the choice to focus on metrolingualism in Sydney and Tokyo.

  8. The Neo-Kantian Reader

    Read our exclusive interview with Sebastian Luft, editor of The Neo-Kantian Reader

    ‘Every article in this timely collection is extremely interesting. It makes the work of a key group of German philosophers more widely accessible, thus supporting the growing revival of philosophical interest in the neo-Kantian movement. The book demonstrates that while elements of our contemporary thinking on Kant and Hegel were anticipated by the neo-Kantians, other philosophical opportunities are still to be discovered.’ – Pierre Keller, University of California, Riverside, USA

    The Neo-Kantian Reader is already garnering praise from philosophers in the field. We talked to editor Sebastian Luft to find out more about the book.
     

  9. Beyond Positivism - June 28, 2015

    Since its publication in 1982, Beyond Positivism has become established as one of the definitive statements on economic methodology. The book’s rejection of positivism and its advocacy of pluralism were to have a profound influence in the flowering of work methodology that has taken place in economics in the decade since its publication. This edition contains a new preface outlining the major developments in the area since the book’s first appearance. 

  10. New Research: The State and Business in the Major Powers

    This book provides, for the first time, an integrated economic history of these state /business relations in the major powers in the period 1815-1939, and offers a completely new perspective on the links between tariff policies, state enterprise in manufacturing, the treatment of the peasantry, regulation of railways, taxation of the business sector, policies on cartels, trusts and competition. 

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