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Recent News Articles

  1. Central Asia, Russia and Eastern Europe 2014 Catalog Now Available Online!

    The Routledge Central Asia, Russia and Eastern Europe 2014 Catalog is now available to view online. This catalog contains key textbooks, cutting edge research and supplemental reading, from new and established authors. From key research on vital topics, to textbooks for undergraduate and postgraduate courses, you will find whatever you need to further your own research, challenge your students, and provide essential reference materials for your institutional library.

    View the entire catalog here.

  2. Chief Rabbi starts a media storm in Poland

    This week a media storm has broken out, because Poland’s chief Rabbi has linked the Polish parliament's decision to Nazi propaganda.

    Chief Rabbi Michael Schudrich said he could not imagine “continuing as chief rabbi in a country where Jews are not complete”. He continued to say that “it is the worst decision in the history of the parliament against Jews and Muslims.”

  3. Routledge Revivals publish 8 NEW Subject Bundles this August!

    ‘Capitalising on a rich and diverse backlist that encompasses’ many distinguished authors Routledge Revivals release 8 subject bundles for 2013.

  4. Islam Malaysia

    Area Studies Paperbacks

    Have you taken a few minutes to browse our vast array of paperbacks? We currently have 7,039 new and published and 1,002 upcoming paperbacks in the Area Studies collection!

    Competitively priced, our range of paperbacks is not one to be overlooked. Take a look here.

  5. Mass Media and Changing Values

    Victory Day: Reflecting on the post war years

    Victory Day (9 May) marks Nazi Germany’s surrender to the Soviet Union in 1945.

    We have lots of books that look back on the post-war period, exploring everything from the Khrushchev "Thaw" in the late 1950s and early 1960s, the state of religion after the communist era, the position of rural women in society, the Soviet secret police, the changes in Russian Universities, and the Russian/Soviet intellectual tradition of Oriental and Islamic studies. Why not browse our popular Routledge Contemporary Russia and Eastern Europe Series here?
     

  6. IWD

    International Women’s Day: March 8th 2013

    Every year on March 8th people all over the world celebrate Women's Day (originally known as International Working Women's Day).

    Why not take a look at our Routledge Research on Gender in Asia series?

  7. Re-Reading the Salaryman

    Book Launch of Re-Reading the Salaryman in Japan

    Based on intensive interviews that author Romit Dasgupta carried out with young male private sector employees in Japan, Re-Reading the Salaryman in Japan makes an important contribution to the study of masculinity and Japanese corporate culture. After having initially being launched at the Asian Studies Association of Australia (ASAA) Biennial Conference, along with other titles in the Routledge/ASAA East Asia Series, the official launch of Re-Reading the Salaryman in Japan was held at The University of Western Australia, in Perth, Australia, on Monday 10 September 2012 in the University’s Institute of Advanced Studies.

  8. After the Holocaust

    Holocaust Memorial Day 2013

    Holocaust Memorial Day (27 January) is a national event in the United Kingdom dedicated to the remembrance of the victims of The Holocaust. It was first held in January 2001 and has been on the same date every year since. The chosen date is the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz concentration camp by the Soviet Union in 1945, the date also chosen for the International Holocaust Remembrance Day and some other national Holocaust Memorial Days.

  9. Art in Zion

    SPOTLIGHT ON: Jewish Studies Series

    The Routledge Jewish Studies Series covers the disciplines of history, sociology, anthropology, culture, politics, philosophy, theology, religion, as they relate to Jewish affairs. The series is interested in receiving appropriate scripts or proposals.
     

  10. Russia’s Skinheads has won the Nove Prize 2010

    Russia's Skinheads by Hilary Pilkington, Al'bina Garifzianova and Elena Omel'chenko has won the Nove Prize 2010, which was presented at the BASEES Annual dinner.

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