We are very pleased to announce that our Routledge History October Author of the Month is Michael D. Bailey, the author of Magic: The Basics. What relevance does magic have today? Why should students be interested in studying the history of magic? Read our exclusive interview with Michael below to find out!
Routledge is pleased to add Paradigm Publishing to our programme.
We caught up with Marella Hoffman to discuss her book, Practicing Oral History to Improve Public Policies and Programs. Read on for our exclusive interview to find out what inspired Marella to write the book.
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Richard Carr answers a few questions on his recent book Charlie Chaplin: A Political Biography from Victorian Britain to Modern America.
Routledge is pleased to share with you our author Q&A session with Alain Touwaide, author of the recently published title A Census of Greek Medical Manuscripts: From Byzantium to the Renaissance. Alain is currently researching at the Botany Center of The Huntington in San Marino, California as well as teaching ancient medical tradition at UCLA. Alain is also the series editor for Medicine in the Medieval Mediterranean.
International Affairs features a comprehensive book review section which assesses the latest writing on international studies. In the first in a new blog series, their Book Reviews Editor Krisztina Csortea presents her picks from the latest issue, including Medieval foundations of International Relations.