Latest collections.


  • Theme of the Month: Mythology and Religion

    Welcome to Routledge Classical Studies Theme of the Month collection!

  • bell hooks collection

    bell hooks, social activist, educator, and author of books that include Feminism is for Everybody, Ain't I a Woman, and Writing Beyond Race, has recently released Homegrown and Uncut Funk.

  • American Bar Association Annual Conference 2017

    Routledge Law will be attending the American Bar Association Annual Conference in New York from 10th -15th August 2017. We will be showcasing our curated selection of books and journals with an exclusive conference discount of 20% off all titles on display.*

  • IAMCR 2017

    Browse our collection of the latest titles from Routledge and save 20% on all books with discount code GHT06*.

  • In the Library

    Brought to you by Routledge, In The Library serves as a series of free resources for library practitioners and students of Library and Information Science to help you to discover and engage with current topics of interest.

  • Recharge & Reset! 5 Ways to Energize Your Practice during the 2017-18 School Year

    The new school year is here and it's time to energize! Download Recharge & Reset! and prepare for the school year with 5 new tips from Eye On Education authors Pernille Ripp, AJ Juliani, and more. 

  • 2017 CCPA Collection

    The 2017 CCPA Collection features new and recent titles in counseling and psychotherapy.

    Enter discount code AFO14 at checkout to receive your 20% discount.

  • 2017 Music Catalog

    A diverse range of Music and Audio books for students, professionals and researchers

  • UBX

    We are pleased to announce the launch of the new Taylor & Francis eBooks - a single destination for libraries to access and discover eBooks from across our imprints.

    What is the new Taylor & Francis eBooks?

    It is the single destination for eBooks, which includes all content from CRCnetBASE and Taylor & Francis eBooks.

    In response to feedback from the market, we have developed the new Taylor & Francis eBooks platform to meet the needs of our customers - with increased functionality and an improved user experience to meet the demands of our institutional customers.

    This includes greater administrative usability for librarians, and improved search functions for student and faculty users, including content at the chapter level.

    Please find our FAQs document with further details and take a look at our launch video.

    What happens next?

    Early on Monday 11 September, you will receive an email with a link enabling you to verify your account by changing your password and then logging in with your new credentials. You will then be able to access your librarian dashboard with full details of your account, licenses, MARC records, and entitlements.