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  • Welcome to the CAA Members Page!

    In honor of the growing partnership between Routledge and the CAA, we are pleased to share this space with you to keep you up to date on all the latest news and offers exclusive to CAA members.

  • Motion Design Education Summit 2017 Edited Conference Proceedings

    Routledge/Focal Press are proud to host the proceedings of the 3rd MODE Summit, a collection of the best papers submitted on the topics of motion design, literacy, education and research.

  • Download our latest FreeBook: Tips for Teaching Photography

    We are delighted to announce a new Routledge | Focal Press FreeBook created specifically for current and future instructors in photography. 

  • Breaking Bread: 25th Anniversary Edition

    "A series of dialogues between and interviews with two of the foremost black intellectuals in America today, this volume is of enormous importance and offers rewarding reading." --Publishers Weekly

  • Motion Design Education Summit 2015 Edited Conference Proceedings

    Routledge/Focal Press are proud to host the proceedings of the 2nd MODE Summit, a collection of the best papers submitted on the topics of motion design, literacy, education and research.

  • Featured Authors: Susan Schwalb and Tom Mazzullo

    Susan Schwalb and Tom Mazzullo are our latest Routledge Featured Authors. Read our interview to discover more about their recent book,  Silverpoint and Metalpoint Drawing: A Complete Guide to the Medium, 1st Edition.

    "Having a writing partner is great both to bounce ideas off and also to function as a reserve when one’s own resources get low."

  • Featured Author: Vasco Hexel

    Vasco Hexel is our latest Routledge Featured Author. Read our interview to discover more about his recent book,  The Film and Media Creators' Guide to Music.

    "I passionately believe that this book is important and I hope it will find its intended readers, to inform media creators to be more aware of the expressive potential of music; to alleviate any fear of music they might have, and to inspire them to become more musically minded collaborators."

  • Featured Editors Q&A: Routledge Global Cooperation Series

    The Routledge Global Cooperation Series develops innovative approaches to understanding, explaining and answering one of the most pressing questions of our time – how can cooperation in a culturally diverse world of nine billion people succeed? Read our featured series editors Q&A below to discover more theoretical, analytical, and normative approaches concerning pressing global cooperation questions.

    "Many of today's problems cannot be solved by nation states alone. Intensified cooperation at the local, national, international, and global level is needed to tackle current and looming global crises."

  • Featured Authors: Daniel Iacofano and Mukul Malhotra

    Daniel Iacofano and Mukul Malhotra are our latest Routledge Featured Authors. Read our Q&A below to discover more about their recent book, Streets Reconsidered: Inclusive Design for the Public Realm.

    "Let’s go the next step beyond travel lanes and bike lanes, sidewalks and crosswalks. Let’s design streets for living, not just driving."

  • Featured Authors: Shekhar Deshpande and Meta Mazaj

    Shekhar Deshpande and Meta Mazaj are our latest Routledge Featured Authors. Read our interview to discover more about their recent book,  World Cinema: A Critical Introduction.

    "We wanted to convey this excitement and experience beyond our own classrooms, but also come up with a system that captures the richness, diversity, and dynamics of world cinema. "

  • Featured Author: Michael Berry

    Michael Berry is our latest Routledge Featured Author. Read our interview to discover more about his recent book,  Listening To Rap.

    "Listening to rap critically—both the music and the lyrics—reveals a great deal about how systems of oppression continue to operate in our country and provides a point of entry into the kinds of conversations that will help to dismantle these systems."

  • Anne-Marie Quigg

    Author, Anne-Marie Quigg, discusses abuse in modern arts in a recent article in The Stage with Piers Jackson. Read the article now, or find out more about Quigg and her publications with Routledge below.