Robin R Means Coleman, author of Horror Noire,
Julia Leyda and Diane Negra, authors of Extreme Weather and Global Media, answer a few questions about the impacts of hurricanes Harvey and Irma in light of their 2015 research on media coverage of such disasters.
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!
Academic Editors: Gilbert Faccarello and Heinz D. Kurz
History of Economic Thought is the latest collection from Routledge Historical Resources, containing a trove of primary and secondary materials that will aid students, academics and researchers with the study of the history of economic thought over the exciting period of 1700-1914.
Authors Laure Claire Reillier and Benoit Reillier have been traveling to promote their book Platform Strategy since it published this past spring. They took the time to sit down with us to share how their insights inspired their new book. Curious about how platforms are revolutionizing business? Read their interview!
Taylor & Francis are busy planning our conferences for 2017. Below are a few of the key conferences you can find us at for the rest of the year.
|Österreichischer Bibliothekartag / Austrian Library Day|
|Linz, Austria | 13-15 September 2017|
|ADBU Conference 2017|
|Nice, France | 4-6 October 2017|
|Fortaleza - Ceará, Brazil | 16-20 October 2017|
|Charleston Annual Conference 2017|
|Charleston, South Carolina, United States | 6-10 November 2017|
|London, UK | 16 November 2017|
We are very pleased to announce that our Routledge Education September Author of the Month is Janice Wearmouth! One of the authors of Understanding Special Educational Needs and Disability in the Early Years. What sparked her own interest in this area? How does this book differ from other books on the market? Read our exclusive interview with Janice below to find out!
Call for Book Proposals
The Giving Voice to Values series is a collection of books on Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility that brings a practical, solutions-oriented, skill-building approach to the salient questions of values-driven leadership.