There are many benefits to publishing with Taylor & Francis and our many imprints.
In this section, you’ll find resources and information on publishing with us – who we are, what we do, and why you should publish with us. Read on to learn about the benefits of publishing with us, and then check out our Publishing with Routledge Brochure, FAQ, author endorsements, and more!
If you publish with us, your book will become part of an exceptional list that includes books by many of the greatest thinkers and scholars of the past hundred years, as well as great contemporary minds. Publishing since the early twentieth century, our current publishing program encompasses the liveliest texts and the best in research.
Our dedicated and experienced subject editors will provide thoughtful feedback on your work throughout the process and ensure your book finds a home in the right subject list or series. Our editorial assistants are on hand to help with queries, and author care continues past editorial to production, marketing, and sales, providing exceptional support and guidance from contract to publication and beyond. We pride ourselves on responding promptly, efficiently, and helpfully to author queries at all stages of the publishing process.
All of our books are peer-reviewed at proposal and/or manuscript stage by respected academic specialists who provide independent advice on the content, quality, and potential market for a finished book, and our textbooks are widely researched and reviewed by active teachers in the field. Additionally, a team of experienced Development Editors works on key titles and special projects.
As the world’s largest academic publisher in the Humanities and Social Sciences, with offices in the UK, Europe, US, Australia, and Asia – including editors, printers, sales teams, and distributors – we have a strong international presence, allowing our editorial, marketing, foreign rights, and sales teams to ensure your book has the right exposure. We continue to forge new relationships in emerging markets.
We publish across the whole spectrum of the Humanities, Social Sciences, and Behavioral Sciences, with 3,500 new titles per year across disciplines. Our lists include both classic and cutting-edge content, mainstream and niche – from research monographs and handbooks to textbooks and books for professionals working in a range of sectors. Our growing journals program includes more than 1,800 journals, meaning we are truly a full-service provider for the academic community, allowing us to cross-promote your work.
Using the latest technology, our books are produced efficiently, quickly, and attractively, with in-house production and design teams alongside key partnerships with external partners.
As the industry rapidly evolves, we are committed to staying ahead of the curve – with digital publishing, we have invested in a range of innovative new ways of delivering the highest quality content to our markets, from eBooks and Companion Websites to platforms like Routledge Handbooks Online, open access options, strategic partnerships, and important projects such as how to maximize the discoverability of academic content in the new digital environment.
What is the relationship between Taylor & Francis, Routledge, Psychology Press, and Focal Press?
Routledge, Psychology Press, and Focal Press are all part of the Taylor & Francis Group, along with a growing list of other imprints and Taylor & Francis Journals and Open Access journals. Each imprint focuses on specific subject areas. Learn more at http://taylorandfrancisgroup.com/.
What kind of books do you publish?
Taylor & Francis Group publishes books for all levels of academic study and professional development, across a wide range of subjects and disciplines including Humanities, Social Science, Medicine, Behavioral Science, Law, and the Built Environment. This positions us uniquely to cross-promote our content and ensure we are reaching the widest possible audience.
Do you publish eBooks?
Yes, we aim to publish eBooks simultaneously with print books upon initial publication. Our eBook platform contains 55,000 titles, with over 10,000 new titles planned to be added every year until the end of the decade.
Do you publish Journals?
Where are you located?
The Taylor & Francis Group has offices in Oxford, New York, Boca Raton, Boston, Melbourne, Singapore, Beijing, Tokyo, Kuala Lumpur, Stockholm, New Delhi, and Johannesburg. Routledge and Psychology Press's two main offices are in Oxford and New York, while Focal Press is in Boston.
What is Routledge's policy on multiple submissions?
This can vary, so consult your editor once you have begun discussing the peer review process.
Can I submit my book proposal to more than one T&F editor?
We prefer that you submit to one editor at a time. Editors are in communication with one another and will pass your proposal to other editors if it might be a better fit for another list. Visit our editorial contact page for more information on what each editor commissions.
Can I set up a meeting with an editor at a conference to discuss my project?
Most editors attend several conferences per year. Please visit our editorial contact page to identify the editor that would be the best fit for your project and send an email to see which conferences he or she will be attending.
Can I work with a co-author?
Yes, we find that working with a co-author or co-authors can bring various perspectives to the project and often lessens the workload. We suggest picking someone that you have worked well with in the past and/or someone who has expertise in an area beneficial to the book that you may not have. We also recommend not working with too many co-authors – usually 1-3 is a good number.
Should I send sample chapters or a full manuscript along with my proposal?
This varies depending on the editor. In some cases, editors like to see sample chapters. In other cases, the editor would prefer to begin the process before anything is written to ensure the project takes the right direction. Please take a look at our text types and proposal guidelines, and then visit our editorial contact page to identify the editor that would be the best fit for your project and send an email to see what he or she would prefer.
Can my book include previously published material?
In many cases the answer is yes – consult with your editor. Keep in mind that for previously published material, proper permission must be secured.
Do you publish dissertations?
We publish monographs based on dissertations. We believe that it's crucial to thoroughly revise dissertations to appeal to a broader audience and to successfully transition the work into a book. Please submit any dissertation-based proposals to the research/monograph editor within your subject area. You may also want to review our tips on how to turn your dissertation into a book here [link to Turning Your Dissertation into a Book].
Do you publish monographs?
We are dedicated to making new research available and we publish monographs across the Humanities, Social Sciences, Behavioral Sciences, Psychology, and other subjects. Many of our monographs find a home within our Routledge Research program: www.routledge.com/books/research/.
Do you publish interdisciplinary work?
Yes, much of our work is interdisciplinary and receives careful cross-marketing attention.
Do you publish edited volumes?
Yes, we publish edited collections if it can clearly be demonstrated that the book is of a consistent academic quality and that the chapters are integrated around a coherent central theme. We do not generally publish conference volumes. Our handbooks and companions are excellent examples of our edited volumes; see Routledge Handbooks Online.
Do all contributors need to have been secured before I submit my proposal for an edited volume or handbook?
No, but please do include the names of potential contributors along with affiliations and contact information, and indicate whether or not they have committed to the project.
How do you select proposal reviewers?
Reviewers are generally a group of carefully picked academics with significant knowledge in a discipline relevant to the topic of the book. For texbooks, we aim to use reviewers that regularly teach the course relevant to the proposed book. We try to avoid reviewers that have a close connection to the proposed book or its authors, or that have authored a closely competing book.
What is Routledge Focus?
Routledge Focus is our program of short form publications. These books are 20,000 to 50,000 words and will be published within three months as eBooks, and in Hardback as print on demand. Find more information here [link to Focus page in Author Services].
How can I become a Featured Author on the website?
Taylor & Francis Featured Authors is a unique online initiative designed to enhance the marketing of your book. Author profiles on this dedicated section of our websites allow you to share information about your research and work, aggregate information from your social media networks, share news, and link to your blog or other sites to showcase your work. To learn more about the feature and start creating your profile, download these instructions [link to How to Create Your Taylor and Francis Featured Authors Profile pdf].
How quickly will my book be produced?
Our production time varies according to text type, but is typically between 6-8 months, with many US monographs produced in just 5 months.
Will my book be published in hardback or paperback?
The format of your book will depend on the target readership and market size. Please talk to your editor about your specific project to know for sure.
Do hardback monographs ever get released in paperback?
Yes, via our Routledge Paperbacks Direct program, we are able to make select monographs available in paperback 15-18 months from initial publication.
Will my book be copyedited?
All of our books are professionally copyedited and proofread.
Can I have art in my book?
Our editors work closely with the production team to ensure your book's design is appropriate for the audience and looks the best it can! Many of our books have art – figures, tables, and images – but the amount of art and presentation depends on your specific book. This is something you should discuss with your editor at the proposal stage.
My book published. Where can I get information about my book's sales?
You should receive royalty statements on a schedule that was determined in your contract, but if you haven't received yours or want to know about your book prior to the first statement, get in touch with your editor or his/her editorial assistant and they can help you.
Can my book be translated into other languages?
Yes! Our rights and translation team closely evaluates the sales and geographic reach of our published books to identify translation opportunities, and we have translated books in 40 languages that sell throughout the world.
Will my book be available at the chapter level? Can individuals purchase single chapters of my book?
Our Digital Publishing team focuses on associating meaningful metadata (e.g., key words) with each piece of HSS Books content at the granular level to maximize the discoverability of content, leading to increased usage, impact, and number of citations. This means that individuals are increasingly able to find content at the chapter-level when searching various databases. At present, we are not planning on selling content by the chapter. However, Routledge Handbooks Online makes content from our Handbooks available by chapter for those institutions that purchase subscriptions.
What is your pricing policy for eBooks?
Like many academic publishers, the price for an eBook matches our print prices. Discounts are available to institutions when multiple eBook titles are purchased directly from the publisher.
Do you publish any Open Access content?
Yes, we have a number of Open Access options in our Journals publishing division. This includes pure Open Access journals (all content is OA) under Cogent OA, as well as Open Access publishing options in other journals. For more information, see www.tandfonline.com/page/openaccess. We also have an Open Access publishing options for books – find more information at www.routledge.com/info/open_access/.
To what extent can I integrate Taylor & Francis content with my institution’s Learning Management System (e.g., Blackboard, Canvas)?
Your Editor will work with you to ensure that the companion materials prepared alongside the text are compatible with Virtual Learning Environments/Learning Management Systems and of the greatest value to instructors and students.
Instructors will be able to assign exercises from your book as practice assessments and share links to your book in their online reading lists.
Can my book contain an online component?
Yes, we have Companion Websites and host online resources for many books. The specific type of online resources for your book will depend on what type of book it is and the size of the audience. Our Companion Website Showcasehighlights examples, explains what kind of features we offer, and provides a guide on how to supply content for your book's site.
Can I make material from my book available on my personal/work website?
This depends on the type of book, the market for the book, and the nature of the content. Please consult with your editor.
Will my book be sent to conferences?
We attend academic and professional conferences globally in key areas, and in most cases we are able to send new books along, depending on the size of the conference and the size of the book display. We generally focus on marketing books at conferences in the first 1-2 years after publication.
Do you send out review copies to key academic and professional journals?
Yes. We maintain contact with key journals and conduct research into emerging resources and publications. Our dedicated global conference team ensures that we have presence worldwide at all the major academic and professional conferences throughout the year, with presence at more than 400 conferences.
Will my book be marketed globally? Do you have sales teams/offices outside the US and UK?
Yes, Taylor & Francis is uniquely situated to create a global presence for your book, as we have sales teams throughout the world that can promote and sell books to local markets.
How will my book be marketed and sold?
Global marketing for your book may include conferences, online catalogs, email campaigns, reviews, and help with self-promotion in social media and other avenues. Our international sales team works with retailers, aggregators, and universities.
From all over the world and across disciplines, hear what our authors have to say about working with us:
“Taylor & Francis is an excellent partner for those of us who eventually ‘find a voice’ and manage to meet deadlines without risking marriages and friendships in the process. They're a relationship-building company that goes out of its way to help authors see their creative visions ultimately captured in a book bindery. And frankly, during the seven years of life my various editions have been in the marketplace, I've never received larger royalty checks than this year.”
– Paul Allen, Middle Tennessee State University, author of Artist Management for the Music Business
“For over 20 years, I have had the privilege of working with the fine folks at Focal Press through five editions of Management and the Arts. From our initial concept and planning meetings in 1991 to the publication of the 5th edition in 2014, everyone I have worked with at Focal has been there to help, support, and encourage me as an author. It isn’t a cliché to say being an author with Focal feels you are part of a team.
The expertise and insight provided by the Focal Press staff over the years has aided me in tightening my revision proposals, focused my writing using the feedback they have collected, and ultimately helped me produce better results. When working through a project, the progress checks seem to come at just the right time. The willingness to review work and be a sounding board has always been appreciated.
The marketing and promotion efforts for my book have continued to evolve over the years and have embraced the expanding reach possible through social media. The transition to working with Taylor & Francis has been very positive. I feel like authors working with Focal Press have benefited from enhanced prestige while securing an expanded global footprint for their work.”
– Bill Byrnes, Southern Utah University, author of Management and the Arts, 5e
"I recommend Routledge as one of the very best of publishers to work with. Over more than thirty years I have been involved in a number of titles as an author, editor, and series editor and am still looking for something to complain about! From editorial to production to marketing, Routledge shows real attention to detail and is always consistently focused on high quality; above all, however, editors work to establish the kind of strong relationship with authors that endures. Routledge are to be recommended without hesitation and without reservation.”
– Ronald Carter, Research Professor of Modern English Language, University of Nottingham
“It's always been a pleasure working with my Routledge editor. Indeed, the books and DVDs I've done for the firm would never have seen the light of day without her original interest and enthusiasm. I’ve had complex projects in some cases, too, taking up a huge amount of time, but all handled in-house with great efficiency.”
– Professor David Crystal, www.davidcrystal.com
“I have published with Routledge, and its predecessor Methuen, for over thirty years. I came on a whim – Methuen bid the highest for an Open University book I was co-editing – and lingered all this time for one main reason. Routledge has a policy of having a commissioning editor who is your ally. She is your first port of call if you have any problem: you have made a terrible mistake that needs correcting in a reprint, your latest book is not selling as well as you hope in the US, you are running behind on your current book, you want to get hold of a translation of your book, anything! Your editor, who also has become by this time your friend, will with great tolerance (but also efficiency) step in. That has been my experience, never more so than now, which is why I have stayed.”
– James Curran, Professor of Communications, Goldsmiths, University of London
"It has been a great pleasure to work for some years now with the editorial staff at Routledge. I have had the great luck to work with a single, exceptionally talented senior editor through two editions of my book. She has been closely involved in every step of the long and arduous processes that producing texts as complicated as these have entailed. I have always felt that I could go to her at any point in the process, and that my questions or concerns would be handled quickly and professionally. Beyond this, she and her assistants offered a great deal of constructive (and often critical) input at various stages of production, improving both texts significantly. The books also faced a number of challenges due to the quantity of permissions required, the many images, and a significant number of translations. The editors at Routledge handled virtually all of these needs without issue. I look forward to continuing this relationship in the future."
– Alexander Dawson, Professor of History, Simon Fraser University
“It is one thing to write a book for a publisher, but quite another to be senior academic editor of a major multi-chapter reference work of around 300,000 words. When I was invited to edit the Routledge Companion of Cross-Cultural Management, I did not appreciate – naïve as this sounds now – exactly how closely I would need to work with a small number of Routledge editorial and production staff over two years. From the initial agreement of general contents to finalisation of the manuscript for production – increasingly against deadlines – texts; versions of the same text; and corrections, edits, and queries about this and that were being processed, checked, and double-checked. To be on top of all this, you as editor must have reliable people to work with who help you keep everything under control, whilst they also get on with building the book. In my case I was impressed with the Routledge team from the beginning. They were responsive and courteous, always fast-working, methodical, and – really important – very dedicated to make certain that in every way the Routledge Companion of Cross-Cultural Management would be outstanding in presentation, format, and readability.”
– Nigel Holden, Leeds University Business School
“I am proud to think of Routledge as ‘my publisher.’ Over the past fifteen years I have published three books and edited two more with Routledge and several of these have gone through multiple editions. From acquisitions to development to sales, I have found the people at Routledge to be skilled, energetic, and helpful. So I say to colleagues, if you are looking for a publisher, I would recommend that you use ‘mine.’”
– Cal Jillson, Southern Methodist University, author of American Government, 7e
“The development process has been fantastic, and the shape and content of my book benefited greatly from it. [The reports] have been extremely useful, since they pulled together in a concise, easy-to-access manner the most frequently expressed supportive and critical remarks from the reviewers, and have done so in ways that have been consistently constructive. … I'm very grateful for all the work [of my development editor].”
– David Kemmerer, Purdue University, author of Cognitive Neuroscience of Language
“Over the past 25 years, I have worked with enumerable publishers of new music and music scholarship. I was honored to co-author with Ralph Turek on a recent title, during which time I first worked with the staff at Routledge. This has been one of the happiest and most enjoyable working experiences of my career in which the perfect picture of the author-publisher relationship was formed. The deferential face shown me by the editors and staff of Routledge was a key element in the success of this endeavor, allowing my partner and I to shape our scholarly and pedagogical vision.
The Routledge experience created an atmosphere in which I felt comfortable – an environment in which author(s) and publisher were able to share insight and experience in the arena of literary ideas. The care Routledge showed in the quality of the publication, attention to detail, and enthusiastic promotion of the finished product has made me confident we have created something of real quality and lasting value to the profession.”
– Daniel McCarthy, University of Akron, co-author of Theory for Today’s Musician, 2e
“I started working with Routledge about ten years ago and have had nothing but positive experiences with them. As an author, they have helped me find my voice and kept me working with sometimes tough but always constructive feedback from reviewers, while also planning and looking ahead. When talking about book plans with Routledge editorial staff, everything seems exciting and possible, and they really try to make sure they give substance to those feelings. I also value the company’s production values and the support they provide for a project after you have sent them the manuscript. Copyeditors, designers, marketers – everyone is open to your input and they do their job to the most exacting standards. Some academic publishers make you feel like you are just a means to an end – Routledge has never made me feel that; they are just the nicest people to work with. A fundamental sense of professional respect, good humour, and a genuine desire to be the best we all can be underpins interactions with Routledge staff. I take a huge amount of satisfaction in having become part of the Routledge family, and feel very happy to have been able to invite co-authors to join it as well.”
– Miriam Meyerhoff, Victoria University of Wellington
“Over the past decade, I have produced seven edited books and two authored books with Taylor & Francis, as well as reviewing several book proposals. In all my contacts with the various teams involved in these publications I have been impressed with their efficiency and thoroughness, both in the preparation of the publications and in their marketing. I live in New Zealand but have found distance posed no barriers to the quality and speed of our communication. I hope to continue my relationship with Taylor & Francis in the future, given its preeminence as a publisher in education.” – David Mitchell, University of Canterbury (NZ), author of What Really Works in Special and Inclusive Education
“From my experience over the past fifteen years, I can strongly recommend Routledge to potential authors. I feel very well-supported through the whole process, from commissioning to editing and publication, and the editors are always receptive to new ideas.”
– Jeremy Munday, The University of Leeds, author of Introducing Translation Studies
“Over the years, I've worked with several publishers. I'm very pleased to have found a home with Routledge – Taylor & Francis. With the great guidance I've received here, especially from my acquisitions editor Linda Bathgate, I've published four books (three of them going into their fifth edition). And it's great fun working with editors on both sides of the Atlantic. Everyone I've worked with has been open to my ideas and willing to hear my justification for a particular approach. For example, much of my writing deals with mass communication, so I've been pleased that they have been open to using Associate Press editing style. It shows that they care about their authors and readers.”
– Ron Smith, APR, Buffalo State University, author of Strategic Planning for Public Relations, 4th Ed
“It was such a pleasure to work through the completion of our first edition textbook with the team at Routledge. Our senior editor was enthusiastic and supportive; she embraced our vision of the book and its audience from day one, and then ensured that we had the team to bring it to life. Our development editor was meticulously organized – we were always well aware of the timeline, exactly how the process would unfold, and our responsibilities along the way. We also benefited from a team, ranging from design experts to people in the field promoting the book, with whom we were able to collaborate directly. The atmosphere at Routledge was infectiously celebratory and deeply respectful, which transformed the hard work of a first edition into a collection of happy milestones as we produced a textbook that exceeded our expectations.”
– Denise Solomon and Jennifer Theiss, authors of Interpersonal Communication
“My experiences of publishing with Routledge go back to 1987, and the length of that association testifies to my great satisfaction. Over all these years, I have had excellent editorial support – both at the commissioning and the production end: informed and clear advice and an astute appreciation of what my projects have tried to achieve. My editors at Routledge have treated me like a partner rather than a client, and that has made working with them a pleasure.”
– Graeme Turner, Centre for Critical and Cultural Studies, University of Queensland
“Working with Routledge has been a positive experience from start to finish. The editors with whom I worked are professional and knowledgeable, helpful and timely in their feedback, and seemingly at their desks 24/7. They provided many thoughtful suggestions, accommodated my requests, enlisted staff to provide supporting web-based material the book required, and generally led me to feel as though the project was a high priority in their minds. I felt I had their full attention throughout the process, from manuscript review to production. I look forward to our continuing relationship.”
– Ralph Turek, co-author of Theory for Today’s Musician, 2e
“It’s the combination of professionalism and collegiality that I think about when I reflect on my experiences with my Routledge textbook. The editorial team has always thought creatively about how their books can lead rather than follow, and the sales team has gone out of its way to understand the audience and the best way to interest professors in the book. When a book’s future hinges on the collaborative efforts of so many people, it’s a pleasure to deal with individuals who care deeply about the work and its influence.”
– Joe Turow, University of Pennsylvania, author of Media Today, 5e
Routledge’s commitment to excellence in scholarship and research is evident in the awards our books and authors receive on a regular basis. In the past few years alone, Routledge books in a range of subject areas have won numerous prestigious prizes, and many of our authors have been recognized for their contributions to their fields.
Books such as Sociology: The Basics, The Routledge Handbook of Urban Ecology, Counterterrorism Policies in Central Asia, The Routledge History of Sex and the Body, and A Social History of Twentieth-Century Europe have all been named Outstanding Academic Titles by Choice, while others have received top prizes from academic and professional societies.
Notable awards since 2010 include:
Thinking with Theory in Qualitative Research: Viewing Data Across Multiple Perspectives (Alecia Youngblood Jackson and Lisa A. Mazzei, 2011): Critics’ Choice Award, American Education Studies Association
Handbook of Distance Education, 3rd edition (Michael Grahame Moore, ed., 2012): IAP Distance Education Book Award, Association for Educational Technology and Communications (Division of Distance Learning)
Cognitive Linguistics and Second Language Learning: Theoretical Basics and Experimental Evidence (Andrea Tyler, 2012): British Association for Applied Linguistics Book Prize (joint winner)
Ecological Public Health: Reshaping the Conditions for Good Health (Geof Rayner and Tim Lang, 2012): Medical Book and Patient Information Award, British Medical Association (Highly Commended, Public Health category)
Pinocchio, Puppets, and Modernity: The Mechanical Body (Katia Pizzi, ed., 2011): Edited Book Award, Children’s Literature Association
Public Relations as Activism: Postmodern Approaches to Theory & Practice (Derina R. Holtzhausen, 2011): PRIDE Book Award, National Communication Association (Public Relations Division)
The Conduct of Inquiry in International Relations: Philosophy of Science and Its Implications for the Study of World Politics (Patrick Thaddeus Jackson, 2010): Yale H. Ferguson Award, International Studies Association–Northeast
Insurgent Public Space: Guerilla Urbanism and the Remaking of Contemporary Cities (Jeffrey Hou, ed., 2010): Place Book Award, Environmental Design Research Association
Poverty Capital: Microfinance and the Making of Development (Ananya Roy, 2010): Paul Davidoff Award, Association of Collegiate Schools of Planning
The Future of Democratic Equality: Rebuilding Social Solidarity in a Fragmented America (Joseph M. Schwartz, 2008): David Easton Book Award, American Political Science Association (Foundations of Political Theory Section)
Spatial Agency: Other Ways of Doing Architecture (Nishat Awan, Tatjana Schneider, and Jeremy Till, 2011): President’s Award for Outstanding University-located Research, Royal Institute of British Architects
Russia’s Skinheads: Exploring and Rethinking Subcultural Lives (Hilary Pilkington, Al’bina Garifzianova, and Elena Omel’chenko, 2010): Nove Prize, presented at the British Association for Slavonic and East European Studies Annual dinner
Psychophysical Acting: An Intercultural Approach after Stanislavski (Phillip B. Zarrilli, 2007): Outstanding Book Award, Association for Theatre in Higher Education
The Routledge Handbook of War and Society: Iran and Afghanistan (Steven Carlton-Ford and Morten G. Ender, eds., 2010): Outstanding Book Award, American Sociological Association (Peace, War, and Social Conflict Section)
Harry Francis Mallgrave (Architecture and Embodiment: The Implications of the New Sciences and Humanities for Design, 2013): RIBA Honorary Fellowship, Royal Institute of British Architects’ Council
Alan Baddeley (Essentials of Human Memory, 2013; Memory, 2009; The Reading Decision Test, 2003; Working Memory and Language Processing, 1993): Lifetime Achievement Award, British Psychological Society’s Research Board
Gregory Squires (The Integration Debate: Competing Futures for American Cities, 2009; There is No Such Thing as a Natural Disaster: Race, Class, and Hurricane Katrina, 2006): Robert and Helen Lynd Lifetime Achievement Award, American Sociological Association (Community and Urban Sociology Section)
Jean Anyon (Radical Possibilities: Public Policy, Urban Education, and a New Social Movement, 2nd edition, 2014; Marx and Education, 2011; Theory and Educational Research: Toward Critical Social Explanation, 2008): Lifetime Achievement Award, American Educational Research Association (Division G, Social Context of Education)
In addition to being recognized by academic and professional groups, Routledge books have been featured in publications such as the Times Higher Education Supplement, Publisher’s Weekly, and the Times Literary Supplement, a further testament to the exceptional breadth and high quality of our publishing program.