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  1. Now Available - Conciliation on Colonial Frontiers

    Routledge is delighted to announce that  Conciliation on Colonial Frontiers: Conflict, Performance, and Commemoration in Australia and the Pacific Rim,  edited by Kate Darian-Smith, Penelope Edmonds, has published. 


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  2. New and Recent Titles on the Renaissance

    In advance of the Renaissance Society of America annual meeting in Berlin, you can now preview some of the books that will be on display at the Routledge booth, plus many more from our extensive Renaissance studies list.

    Click here to see the list.

  3. Author Clive Emsley on Napoleon’s influence

    Clive Emsley, author of  Napoleon: Conquest, Reform and Reorganisation, 2nd Edition, discusses the ongoing fascination with Napoleon and his influence in global history. 

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  4. Now Available - Guta Lag and Guta Saga: The Law and History of the Gotlanders

    "This superb edition is a major contribution to the study of legal culture in North-Western Europe. It provides a critical and scholarly view of the workings of one of the most culturally distinctive societies of the Central Middle Ages and it will serve as a key work of reference for many years to come. The insights found within this volume have resonances beyond the field of medieval studies and across the social science disciplines."

    Andrew Reynolds, University College, London, UK

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  5. Southern American Studies Association Biennial Conference

    Are you attending the Southern American Studies Association Biennial Conference, February 19th-21st, in Atlanta, GA? On Saturday, February 21st at 8:00 AM, Barbara Harris Combs, author of From Selma to Montgomery: The Long March to Freedom, is presenting “But Hasn’t the South Changed?: Dissecting the Arguments in Shelby County, Alabama vs. Attorney General Eric Holder”.

    You can read more about From Selma to Montgomery here. For a 20% discount, use code DC360 checkout. 

    Click here to view all our Southern American History titles.

  6. Now Available - Concrete Demands: The Search for Black Power in the 20th Century

    "Rhonda Williams is a brilliant historian whose work wrestles with and illuminates the ongoing struggle for Black liberation and the practice of grassroots organizing. With great skill and unrelenting passion, Concrete Demands offers new and important insights into our understanding of the Black Power movement of the late twentieth century and its implications for the intellectual and political challenges of the 21st century."

    —Barbara Ransby, author of Ella Baker and the Black Freedom Movement: A Radical Democratic Vision

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  7. Sir Martin Gilbert, Churchill Biographer, Passes Away

    We are saddened to announce that Sir Martin Gilbert, official biographer of Winston Churchill, died on Tuesday.

    A leading historian and author of numerous Routledge Historical Atlases, Gilbert wrote more than 80 history books on the Holocaust, World War I and II, and Jewish history.

    Read the obituary in The Guardian and the article on BBC News.

    View Sir Martin Gilbert’s Routledge books below.

  8. The Legacy of Selma

     Barbara Harris Combs, author of From Selma to Montgomery: The Long March to Freedom, reflects on the ongoing legacy of the historic voting rights marches between Selma and Montgomery.

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  9. Alasdair Blair on the future of British Foreign Policy

    Alasdair Blair, author of  Britain and the World since 1945, discusses the history of British foreign policy and future of Britain's place in a globalized world. 

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  10. Did you see these Author Interviews in 2014?

    We hope you got the chance to read our author interviews and articles in 2014, but in case you didn’t, we’ve put them all in one place to make them easily accessible.

    Click here to read them all!

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