Posted on: July 29, 2020
Note from the Editor
2020 has been a tough year so far and continued uncertainty makes life an ongoing challenge for all. We understand how difficult it has been for academics to constantly adapt to the changing teaching and researching environment and hope we can continue to work in a supportive way both with our valued authors and with new emerging scholars and to publish useful and well-designed resources for courses.
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We have been so excited to publish a great range of titles this month, from Touch in Social Interaction, making us all nostalgic about physical connection with others, to Queer Theory in Translation Studies in the New Perspectives on Translation and Interpreting series.
We released three new handbooks in our growing handbook series: The Routledge Handbook of Translation and Cognition; The Routledge Handbook of Translation, Feminism and Gender and The Routledge Handbook of Language Contact.
A Survey of Modern English, third edition is an essential textbook for English language courses, covering the linguistic structure of present-day English and its geographical, social, gender, and ethnic variations.
Assessing English Language Proficiency in U.S. K–12 Schools is the latest entry into the Innovations in Language Learning and Assessment at ETS series, addressing a variety of key issues involved in the development and use of the current large-scale, standards-based assessments.
Online Education for Teachers of English as a Global Language is a timely collection, positioned at the nexus of technology and language learning, which sheds light on language teacher education programs designed for academic and professional credentials in online environments.
Innovation in Audio Description Research is the latest Yearbook in our collaboration with IATIS.
A Narrative Approach to Social Media Mourning investigates how social media are reconfiguring dying, death, and mourning.
We were delighted to have three titles shortlisted for the European Society for the Study of English (ESSE) 2020 Book Award. Out of 6 titles shortlisted for the award in the category of English Language and Linguistics, 3 are from Routledge: Orality in Written Texts, Lexical Innovation in World Englishes and Topicalization in Asian Englishes. The winner will be announced in August.
Several authors including Anne O’Keeffe, co-editor of our Applied Corpus Linguistics and Corpus Linguistics Guides series, have been presenting at recent corpus linguistics conferences , namely Teaching and Learning Corpora Conference (TaLC) 2020 and Corpora and Discourse Conference 2020, hosted by Charlotte Taylor.
Taylor & Francis have joined with many other academic publishers to make content related to COVID-19 freely available. For those interested, you can find relevant books and journal articles here.