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  1. New Books in March 2013

    Read on to browse all of our books publishing in March 2013!

  2. Environmental Politics in Egypt

    Jeannie Sowers talks about new book ‘Environmental Politics in Egypt’

    Jadaliyya, an independent ezine run by the Arab Studies Institute,  interviews Jeannie Sowers about her new book: Environmental Politics in Egypt 

    To see the full interview, visit Jadaliyya here.

  3. Religion in Today’s World: Global Issues, Sociological Perspectives

    Religion is a major force in contemporary society. It is also one of the least understood social and political influences on individuals and communities. In this innovative collection of original essays and classic readings, experts explore the significance of contemporary religiosity: as a source of meaning and motivation, how it unites and divides us, and how it is used politically and culturally. Readers will be introduced to the broad debates in ways that will equip them to analyze, discuss, and make their own judgments about religion and society. This book should be read by anyone interested in understanding religion as a central source of meaning and politics, and is ideally suited for undergraduate teaching on religion and social issues and from a global perspective.

  4. From Trauma to Healing

    From Trauma to Healing: A Social Worker’s Guide for Working With Survivors is the next significant publication on trauma in the field of social work. Since September 11 and Hurricane Katrina, social workers have come together increasingly to consider how traumatic events impact practice. From Trauma to Healing is designed to provide direction in this process, supporting both the field’s movement towards evidence-based practice and social workers’ growing need to be equipped to work with trauma.  

  5. Changing Role of Nationality in International Law

    New Research Titles Publishing in March

    We're pleased to have another bumper month of new research books publishing in March with books covering topics such as Human Rights law; Asian Law and Development Studies amongst other things. Read on for full details of our research and scholarly publishing in March.

  6. Now Available – Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche

    Jung Journal: Culture & Psyche, the Official Journal of the C.G. Jung Institute of San Francisco, is now published by Routledge. All issues - from Volume 1, 2007 through to Volume 7, 2013 are now available online here. Jung Journal focuses on culture as it is reflected in art, literature, movie, music, poetry, multimedia, science, and world events, allowing readers to break free from simplistic and formulaic views of culture and enter into a creative dialog, examining the unconscious and making meaning through an understanding of the archetypal and mythic nature of the psyche.

  7. Gender in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe

    Challenging the Canon: Gender in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe

    Marianna Muravyeva and Raisa Maria Toivo take on the hierarchy and dichotomy of gender concepts in history with this new addition to Routledge Research in Gender and History.

  8. US Cultural Diplomacy and Archaeology

    An essential part of your foreign relations toolkit?

    Routledge author Morag Kersel hosts “Agent of Diplomacy” at the University of Toronto on February 28th, a workshop on the role of archaeology in the diplomatic and cultural heritage policies of the United States.

    Morag is co-author of US Cultural Diplomacy and Archaeology, available now from Routledge.

  9. Estelle Lazer Lecture - Bodies of Pompeii and Herculaneum

    Estelle Lazer, author of Resurrecting Pompeii will be presenting a lecture as part of the British Museum's upcoming exhibition Life and Death in Pompeii and Herculaneum.

  10. New Frontiers in Work and Family Research

    The purpose of this volume is to showcase alternative theoretical and methodological approaches to work and family research, and present methodological alternatives to the widely known shortcomings of current research on work and the family.

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