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  1. Noah Shusterman on The French Revolution: Faith, Desire and Politics

    To mark its 225th anniversary, Noah Shusterman, author of The French Revolution: Faith, Desire, and Politics, talks with New Books in French Studies about historical and political interpretations of the French Revolution, and the continuing relevance of that history to contemporary France. Listen to the full interview here!

    Click here to read more about The French Revolution: Faith, Desire and Politics.

  2. Andy Pearce on Holocaust Memory in the UK

    "The history of Holocaust memory and education in Britain is incongruous compared to elsewhere, reflecting in no small part the multi-dimensionality of postwar British history." 

    Andy Pearce, author of Holocaust Consciousness in Contemporary Britain, explores Holocaust memory in the UK. 

  3. Book Launch: Holocaust Consciousness in Contemporary Britain

    Join The Centre for Holocaust Education for a book launch to mark the publication of Dr Andy Pearce's new book Holocaust Consciousness in Contemporary Britain at the Institute of Education (IOE), University of London, on Thursday 3 July. 

    The event will start at 6pm and will see Professor Tony Kushner (University of Southampton), Professor Dan Stone (Royal Holloway University of London), and Andy discuss themes and issues raised by the book. A drinks reception will follow the discussion 

    Click here for more information. 

  4. Hundreds of History Titles Free to View in June!

    As part of our 'A Century of Knowledge' promotion, we have made thousands of Routledge titles free to view for the whole of June.

    We've selected hundreds of influential history titles and made them available to view in their entirety, for free, all month long.

    Discover the full range of free to view titles 

  5. Matthew Muehlbauer and David Ulbrich discuss Ways of War with New Books in Military History!

    "In their new survey for Routledge, military historians Matthew S.Muehlbauer and David J Ulbrich move beyond a simplified critique of Russell F. Weigley’s critical “American Way of War” thesis to offer a reassessment of how the construct evolved from a number of original influences to take on various forms and applications as circumstances dictated.  The end result is a view of American military affairs that is marked by an inherent flexibility that has on occasion been hamstrung by misperceptions on the part of the nation’s civilian and military leaders.  Based on a wide range of secondary scholarship in American Military History, Ways of War: American Military History from the Colonial Era to the Twenty-First Century offers far more analytical and narrative detail than many other like-minded surveys, making it a worthy candidate for supplementing and succeeding Weigley’s original 1973 work." -Bobby Wintermute, New Books in Military History

    Click here to listen to the full interview!
     

  6. Join us at the Berkshire Conference on the History of Women May 22-25th

    Are you attending the Berkshire Conference on the History of Women?

    Genevieve Aoki, Senior Editorial Assistant for History, will be there representing Routledge. If you’d like to set up a meeting with her during the conference, please contact: Genevieve.Aoki@taylorandfrancis.com.  

    And please join us at the following event:

    Twentieth Anniversary of Boots of Leather, Slippers of Gold

    Click here for more information on the event. 

  7. Visit Routledge at LASA May 21-24

    If you’re attending LASA, be sure to stop by the Routledge booth where all books will be 20% off, and we will be offering complimentary copies of all textbooks.

    Click here to view our events at LASA 2014!

  8. Author Event - Kimberly Jade Norwood

    If you will be in New York on May 24th, be sure to stop by Sisters Uptown Bookstore where Kimberly Jade Norwood will be signing copies of her latest book Color Matters. 

    Location: 1942 Amsterdam Ave, New York, NY 10032 

    Time: 4:00 pm 

  9. Matthew Muehlbauer and David Ulbrich talk Ways of War

    Click here to listen to the Matthew Muehlbauer and David Ulbrich discuss their latest title, Ways of War, with Bobby Wintermute on the New Books in Military History podcast!

  10. Free to View History Monographs

    For the month of May, Routledge is pleased to announce that we have opened up a selection of our History Monographs for you to read in their entirety for free.

    Click here to browse the available History titles and start exploring today!

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