The Development Studies textbook catalogue for 2018.
Welcome to our Development Studies Textbook Catalogue, newly updated for 2018. Here you’ll find the very best in our textbook publishing, from introductory undergraduate books right up to higher level postgraduate texts, across a range of interdisciplinary subjects. 2018 has been called ‘The Year of Women’, and so it’s fitting that we have amongst our highlights our ODI book Empowering Adolescent Girls in Developing Countries. Other exciting new books include Sabelo J. Ndlovu-Gatsheni’s Epistemic Freedom in Africa, and Adam D. Kiš’s The Development Trap: How Thinking Big Fails the Poor.
It is a constant pleasure to work with such inspiring and committed authors and series editors. If you are interested in being one of them, please do get in touch and we’ll let you know how to submit a proposal for a new book. As well as textbooks, we also publish a range of cutting-edge research books and major reference works, and we are always happy to have an informal chat about your idea or project. Any questions, feedback or suggestions related to our publishing programme are also welcome at any time.
Helena Hurd, Editor for Development Studies