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  1. Angela Downing

    Author of the Month: Angela Downing

    Join Routledge as we celebrate Angela Downing, Professor Emeritus at Universidad Complutense de Madrid, our Author of the Month. The latest edition of her best-selling English Grammar is now available and comes complete with a companion website.

    We spoke with the author about the evolution of her love for language, the inspiration behind writing English Grammar, and the differences between the latest and earlier editions of the book.   

  2. Get reacquainted with the books that pushed academic debate forward

    With titles that helped break new ground, shaped the field, or presented innovative and original ideas, Routledge's rich history includes a range of books that helped push academic debate forward. To celebrate some of our most ground-breaking and innovative books in the field, we're offering a free-to-view extract across a selection of our titles. 

    Some of these are classics, and some are newer titles, classics in the making. All have one thing in common: their innovation and originality helped push academic debate forward.   

  3. Rediscover the Philosophy titles that helped shape the field

    We like to celebrate some of our most ground-breaking and innovative books in the field - titles that helped break new ground, or presented ideas in innovative and original ways. To help get reacquainted with them, we're offering a free-to-view extract across a selection of our titles.

    Some of these are classics, and some are newer titles, classics in the making. All have one thing in common: they helped shape their field.  

  4. Ground-breaking books in Philosophy

    Routledge's rich history includes publishing titles that helped break new ground, shaped the field, or presented ideas in innovative and original ways. To celebrate some of our most ground-breaking and innovative books in the field, you’ll find below a free extract to help get reacquainted with them!

    Some of these titles are classics, and some are newer titles, classics in the making. All have one thing in common: they braked new ground in the discipline.    

  5. Ground-breaking books in Literature

    Routledge's rich history includes publishing titles that help break new ground, shaped the field, or presented ideas in innovative and original ways. To celebrate some of our most ground-breaking and innovative books in the field, you’ll find below a free extract to help get reacquainted with them!

    Some of these titles are classics, and some are newer titles, classics in the making. All have one thing in common: they braked new ground in the discipline.   

  6. Routledge Education July 2015 Author of the Month: James W. Fraser

    James W. Fraser is the author of Teach: A Question of Teaching, 2nd Edition, which is publishing this month.

  7. New Books in July 2015

    Read on to browse some of the newest books publishing at Routledge Education this month!

  8. July Publishing Highlights

    With so many great titles publishing each month it is impossible to give each one the justice it deserves in our monthly eBulletin, so to be sure you don't miss out, you can find them all below.    

  9. Textbook of the Month: Teach, 2nd Edition by James Fraser

    Check out our July Textbook of the Month by James Fraser: Teach, 2nd edition: An Introduction to Education textbook, organized around real questions students ask themselves and their professors as they consider a career in teaching. 

    To request a complimentary copy of this textbook for your course, please click here.

  10. New Title: Eastern and Western Ideas for African Growth - June 28, 2015

    The West and the East approach economic development differently. The Europeans and Americans stress free and fair business climate, promoting private activities generally without picking winners, and improving governance. East Asia is interested in achieving concrete results and projects rather than formal correctness, prioritizing a few sectors for industrialization, and eventual graduation from aid. The West mostly shapes shifting strategies of the international donor community while the East has in reality made remarkable progress in industrial catch-up. The two approaches cannot be merged easily but they can be used in proper combination to realize growth and economic transformation. 

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