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According to the Archaeological Institute of America, “International Archaeology Day is a celebration of archaeology and emphasizes the idea that archaeology is everywhere.”
Routledge Archaeology is celebrating by offering select free-to-view titles till the end of the month.
Routledge is pleased to introduce our new program of short form publications. This exciting new format allows academics the flexibility to publish innovative
peer-reviewed research with a short turnaround.
We are honored that Bioethics: The Basics has been selected as a Choice Outstanding Academic Title 2014!
Bioethics: The Basics is an introduction to the foundational principles, theories and issues in the study of medical and biological ethics. Readers are introduced to bioethics from the ground up before being invited to consider some of the most controversial but important questions facing us today. Choice said of it:
"This concise, precise, and inexpensive book contains a trove of information useful for both general health sciences audiences and laypersons wanting a clear introduction to ethical issues in health. Each of these chapters is relevant to any health profession, not only medicine. Summing Up: Highly recommended." - M.M. Gilllis, CHOICE
View all the Routledge Choice Outstanding Academic Titles HERE.
Jim Grant, co-author of The Archaeology Coursebook, discusses what makes this book unique, what’s new in the fourth edition, and how the field has developed since the book's first publication over a decade ago.
Adam Rogers, author of The Archaeology of Roman Britain: Biography and Identity, discusses his research and his thoughts on the present and future of Roman and Romano-British archaeology.
Robert Chapman and Alison Wylie, co-editors of Material Evidence: Learning from Archaeological Practice, discuss how archaeologists use physical traces and surviving objects as evidence of what happened in the past.