What are Routledge Library Editions (RLEs)?
RLEs are collections of books from the Routledge past: facsimile copies of books published by all of the imprints Routledge (and Taylor & Francis) have been associated with.
Which subject areas do the RLEs cover?
Humanities and Social Sciences. Our collections reflect the breadth of our publishing, in areas which we now take for granted. Our Asian Studies collections were published at a time long before Asian Studies was regarded as an accepted academic discipline.
How big are the RLEs?
RLE collections vary from 6-300 volumes. Each ‘library’ is made up of a diverse range of titles by various authors. Readers can purchase titles individually, as thematically structured mini-sets, or as a complete set.
What is the difference between an RLE and a Routledge Revival?
Routledge Revivals are essentially the same, both are available individually, as a collection both in print and online.
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Current interest in the history of money and banking remains strong and it is opportune to survey developments both in the UK, USA, Europe and Asia. This set provides historical analysis which incorporates research from the early twentieth century onwards in a form that is both accessible to...
Published May 25th 2012 by Routledge
Reissuing seminal works originally published between 1979 and 1994, Routledge Library Editions: Women, Feminism and Literature offers a selection of scholarship from a time of great change in feminist studies and literary studies. Topics cover all aspects of women's literature, gender and feminism...
Published June 5th 2012 by Routledge
This set re-issues 4 volumes originally published between 1985 and 1991. They Examine the historical process of social formation that gave rise to the communal consciousness of the Arab nation and determined its sense of identity Present detailed analysis of resources in the Arab world, including...
Published May 10th 2012 by Routledge