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Bloomsbury Academic Catalogue 2011

Bloomsbury Academic Catalogue 2011

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Published by: Bloomsbury Academic on Mar 02, 2011
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Bloomsbury Academic|2011
Bloomsbury Academicand theFuture of Your University
 General    2Humanities   3Literature   4History    6Media and Communications  7Social Sciences   9Cultural Studies   10Sociology and Social Policy  10Politics and Public Policy  15Development Studies  18Science and Technology  22Research Methods   23
Research Methods   24Politics    25History    26Literature   38Sociology    46Media and Communication  46
Title Available on a Creative CommonsNon-Commercial LicenceAdoption Copy Available New TitleEbookDear Reader,Much has happened since we published ourlast catalogue. We have diversied with theacquisition of Duckworth Academic andBristol Classical Press. We now have amarvellous backlist of 900 titles and a newprogramme of 40 titles a year in classics,ancient history, archaeology and philosophy.A separate catalogue for these titles isavailable in print upon request or onlineat
.Recent months have seen the announcementof drastic cuts to university funding in thehumanities and social sciences in the UK.We share academic concern over thesedevelopments and they conrm our resolutionto seek innovative ways of enhancing accessto important research. Many of our researchpublications are on Creative Commonslicences; additional functionality and furthere-content are available at attractive pricesand we will be introducing special discountsfor print books wherever we can.Our publishing programme also reects ourconcern over the future of the humanitiesand social sciences. In January we published
The Public Value of the Humanities
editedby Jonathan Bate (see page 3).This is being closely followed by
AManifesto for the Public University 
editedby John Holmwood and
For the University 
 by Thomas Docherty (both on page 2).We have several titles dealing with topicalglobal issues and we are particularly delightedto be publishing
How Creativity is ChangingChina
(see page 18) by the distinguishedacademic and policy maker Li Wuwei anda timely new series, edited by John Horne,Globalizing Sports Studies (see pages 11–12).Please look at our new digital platform,where you can see the full range of ourpublishing, read titles available on CreativeCommons licenses and examine a samplechapter of our textbooks. We are also beginningto offer additional resources to complementour books. We always welcome suggestions forfurther enhancements from our readers.Best regards,
Dr Frances PinterPublisher

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