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  1. 3:AM Interview with Author Mark Schroeder

    Mark Schroeder, author of Noncognitivism in Ethics, discusses his work in metaethics with 3:AM Magazine. Click here to read the full interview!

  2. Bahira Sherif Trask to speak at the UN

    Bahira Sherif Trask, author of Women, Work, and Globalization, will be speaking at the United Nations on Friday, February 14 on Perspectives on work-family balance and global transformations. This event is co-sponsored by the commission for Social Development and the NGO committee on the Family and commemorates the 20th Anniversary of the International Year of the Family. Find out more information on this event here

  3. Free Access to eBooks this February

    For a limited time only, we're excited to share FREE ACCESS to a number of Routledge Sociology eBooks. To view inside, just click on the titles of interest, followed by "view inside this book", for exclusive access to the entire book (valid until 28th February 2014).

    Click here for the full list of titles!

  4. Free Access to eBooks this February

    For a limited time only, we're excited to share FREE ACCESS to a number of Routledge Criminology & Criminal Justice eBooks. To view inside, just click on the titles of interest, followed by "view inside this book", for exclusive access to the entire book (valid until 28th February 2014).

    Click here for the full list of titles!

  5. Gender Hurts

    Gender Politics

    Why not take a look at the latest and upcoming titles in the growing subject area of Gender Politics.

  6. Routledge Studies in African Politics and International Relations

    Series Editor: Daniel C Bach

    The African Politics and International Relations series seeks to provide readers with a conceptual and comparative perspective on transformations associated with the rise of Africa in international relations and within the global economy.

  7. The Politics of Compassion

    Political Theory: Now in Paperback

    Why not take a look at the lastest titles in Political Theory now available in paperback!

    Just click on the titles for more information.

  8. Teaching Spelling

    Books to help students become brilliant spellers

    New and key titles to help teachers uncover spelling strategies that can greatly improve their students' abilities and confidence. These books tackle strategy, method, spelling habits and encourage teamwork by utilizing activities in the classroom. Take a look!

  9. Ellis Cashmore. Photograph by Howard Kingsnorth.

    Interview with Ellis Cashmore author of Celebrity Culture

    Celebrity Culture is soon to appear in its second edition. The book responds to the public obsession with celebrity and the huge growth in the number of college and university courses on celebrity studies and celebrity journalism.

    We ask Ellis how he came to write on celebrity culture in the first place.

    Visit Ellis' blog here

    Author photograph by Howard Kingsnorth.

     

  10. Education, Religion and Diversity

    Education, Religion and Diversity identifies and explores the commitments and convictions that have guided post-confessional religious education and concludes controversially that the subject as currently theorised and practised is incapable of challenging religious intolerance and of developing respectful relationships between people from different communities and groups within society. A wide-ranging, provocative exploration of religious education in modern liberal democracies, this book is essential reading for those concerned with the role of religion in education and for religious and theological educators who want to think critically about the aims and character of religious education. Read more

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