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.
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|
An author interview with George Veletsianos, author of Social Media in Academia
An author interview with Andy Priestner, co-editor of User Experience in Libraries
For the first time in 2016, Taylor & Francis conducted video interviews with librarians, vendors, and other attendees at the Charleston Library Conference.
Click here to see and hear what some of our partners had to say about the conference!
We are also working on a video of the T&F panel session about our new White Paper, Creative, Evolving, Relevant - Communicating the Library's Value which was launched at the conference. Why not take a take a sneaky peak at the video too!
ALIA National Conference, provides the platform as a meeting point for all Library and Information professionals, from all sectors and all areas of Australia and the international community.
Taylor & Francis are proud to sponsor the ALIA Conference. So why not come and visit us at our booth (Number 50) and speak to one of our Sales Representatives about the numerous journals, eBooks and digital resource packages we have on offer. For a full list of products available click here
We look forward to seeing you there!
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