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  • Nick Barclay, Editor – Routledge Special Issues as Books (SPIBs)

    Nick Barclay works on the Special Issues as Books (SPIB) publishing programme at Routledge, converting special issues of Taylor and Francis journals into books in order to disseminate journal scholarship to a wider audience. He has specific responsibility for the Humanities, Education and Behavioural Science, Science, Media Studies, Economics, Business and Sociology subject areas. He would welcome any proposals for specific special issue books, as well as general enquiries about re-publishing journal content in book format.

  • Alyson Claffey, Assistant Editor

    Alyson works on Routledge Revivals and the Routledge Library Editions programme where she reissues out-of-print and unavailable titles from the Routledge backlist in the Humanities and Social Sciences. The books are written by some of the leading academic scholars of the past 120 years and includes titles from past imprints such as Croom Helm, Methuen, and Routledge & Kegan Paul. The Routledge Library Editions are available both as individual titles and as thematic sets.

  • Rachel Concannon, Assistant Editor
    Routledge Library Editions

    Rachel Concannon works on the Routledge Library Editions programme where she reissues out-of-print and unavailable titles from the Routledge backlist in the Humanities and Social Sciences. The books are written by some of the leading academic scholars of the past 120 years and includes titles from past imprints such as Croom Helm, Methuen, and Routledge & Kegan Paul. The Routledge Library Editions are available both as individual titles and as thematic sets.

  • Georgina Cook, Assistant Editor (Routledge Library Editions)
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    Georgina works on the Routledge Library Editions programme where she reissues out-of-print and unavailable titles from the Routledge backlist in the Humanities and Social Sciences. The books are written by some of the leading academic scholars of the past 120 years and include titles from past imprints such as Croom Helm, Methuen, and Routledge & Kegan Paul. The Routledge Library Editions are available both as individual titles and as thematic sets.

  • Cathy Hartley, Editor Europa New Projects
    Europa Editorial
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    Cathy Hartley commissions handbooks and monographs in various series specific to the internationally focused Europa Academic Reference areas, which include contemporary country and regional politics and economics, international and regional organizations, regional and international relations, governance, the environment, demographics, and foreign policy and security issues. Europa publishes within the Routledge International Handbooks series, and has also launched several series of monographs, including Europa Country Perspectives, Europa Economic Perspectives, Europa Emerging Economies and Europa Transitional Justice. Cathy is also the regional editor of Western Europe, and welcomes enquiries from experts in politics and economics who would be interested in contributing to this regional survey.

  • Iain Frame, Senior Editor
  • Frances Parkes, Editor (Routledge Library Editions)

    Frances Parkes works on the Routledge Library Editions programme where she reissues out-of-print and unavailable titles from the Routledge backlist in the Humanities and Social Sciences. The books are written by some of the leading academic scholars of the past 120 years and includes titles from past imprints such as Croom Helm, Methuen, and Routledge & Kegan Paul. The Routledge Library Editions are available both as individual titles and as thematic sets.

  • Emily Ross, Editor – Routledge Special Issues as Books (SPIBs)

    Emily Ross works on the Special Issues as Books (SPIB) publishing programme at Routledge, converting special issues of Taylor and Francis journals into books in order to disseminate journal scholarship to a wider audience. She has specific responsibility for the Politics & IR, Military & Strategic Studies, Development, Environment & Sustainability, Area Studies, Geography & Tourism, Sport & Leisure, Law, Science, Planning, and Library & Information Science subject areas. She would welcome any proposals for specific special issue books, as well as general enquiries about re-publishing journal content in book format.

  • Kimberley Smith, Editor (Routledge Historical Resources, Routledge Revivals and Routledge Library Editions)

    Kimberley Smith is the Editor for Routledge Historical Resources and also oversees the Routledge Revivals and Routledge Library Editions programmes. Routledge Historical Resources is a new programme of online historical databases that will provide both academics and students with an in depth research tool for studying the long nineteenth century. Kimberley’s commissioning focuses on Major Works (in both print and electronic format) in key areas of the nineteenth century world: Politics, Empire, The Arts, Culture and Society, Economics, Science and Technology, Medicine and Health, Crime and Punishment, and Religion and Philosophy.

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