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Resources for Librarians

Welcome to our dedicated information page for Librarians. Here you will find information and links to key areas, information and contacts.

  1. View the New Titles Seasonal January - March 2010 (UK) Catalog

    Browse Our Catalogs

    We publish hundreds of catalogs a year exhibiting new and important products in our wide variety of subject areas. You can view our catalogs online, download our catalogs in the Adobe PDF file format, or subscribe to our mailing lists to have catalogs delivered to your mailbox, even email!
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  2. Meet us at Conferences

    We attend and have exhibits at events, conferences and trade shows around the globe every year. Why not checkout our conference listings to find one in your area of interest? Checkout our conference listings to find one in your area of interest.


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    Take advantage of our easy easy email subscription form by creating an account and simply selecting your areas of interest. You will be kept aware of our latest books, journals, conferences, news, sales and more in the subjects you care about.

  4. Keep up to date with News and RSS Feeds

    We publish news feeds for much of the content you see on this website. You can subscribe to them using your web browser, news reader and even some email software.
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  5. Delve into our eProducts and Online Resources

    Our online platform provides access to over 50,000 ebooks. All of the metadata and reporting you would expect is available so you can evaluate your holdings and ensure they are discoverable. We also have a range of interactive subject specific platforms that provide curriculum coverage. All our digital products are available to trial, find out more.

  6. Library Reference Works explained

    Our reference works have earned an outstanding reputation for their accuracy and reliability and are used extensively world-wide. We offer a range of print and online resources, providing librarians, researchers, teachers, students and professionals with access to authoritative Routledge Reference content.

  7. Major Works

    Routledge Major Works is a program designed to meet reference and teaching needs across the humanities and social sciences.

  8. Routledge Library Editions

    Routledge Library Editions are collections of books from the Routledge past: facsimile copies of books published by all imprints with which Routledge (and Taylor & Francis) have been associated. Each 'library' is made up of diverse titles by various authors, offering the purchaser the chance to buy a title individually, or as thematically structured mini-sets, or as a complete set both in print and online.

  9. Routledge Revivals

    Routledge Revivals is a program designed to reissue a wealth of out-of-print and unavailable titles written by some of the leading academic scholars of the last 120 years. To date, the program includes titles by the likes of Sir Andrew Motion, Hermione Lee, Zygmunt Bauman, Karl Jaspers, Malcolm Bradbury, Simone Weil, Emile Durkheim, Charles Kindleberger and W. Arthur Lewis.

  10. Research Series

    Routledge Research is Routledge's home for cutting-edge, original research across the humanities and social sciences. Consisting of both single and multi-authored books and edited collections, the research program is characterized by dynamic interventions into established subjects and innovative studies on emerging topics.
    Browse our research series by subject.

  11. Got a Question? Get in Touch

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