This collection includes 10 titles from Bloomsbury’s Anthropology list, including Anthropology and Art Practice and Fat: Culture and Materiality.
This collection includes 10 titles from Bloomsbury’s Anthropology list, including Anthropology and Art Practice and Fat: Culture and Materiality.
This collection includes 11 titles in anthropology, sociology, ethnography and material culture, including Alison Hulme’sOn the Commodity Trail: The Journey of a Bargain Store Product from East to West and Emma Crewe’s The House of Commons: An Anthropology of MPs at Work.
This collection contains 11 titles from Bloomsbury's Anthropology list, including Wars of Terror by Gabriele Marranci, The Invention of Taste by Luca Vercolloni and Micromuseology by Fiona Candlin.
The Anthropology 2017 collection contains 11 titles including Alternative Art and Anthropology by Arnd Schneider and Sensing the World by David Le Breton.
Bloomsbury Anthropology publishes innovative and original scholarship at the forefront of such fields as Visual Culture, Sensory Studies, Art and Anthropology, and Digital Anthropology. Our content is produced by leading authors leading students and readers to new anthropological horizons. The Anthropology 2018 collection will contain approximately 4 titles, including Practicing Art and Anthropology by Anna Laine.
This collection includes 83 monographs from the Published by Bloomsbury T&T Clark imprint, covering the New Testament, Hebrew Bible (Old Testament) and the Second Temple Period. It feeds on strong academic values to introduce topics such as the Pentateuch, Prophecy, Gospels, Gnosticism and Epistles.
The Biblical Studies Collection includes works from authors including Jennifer G. Bird, David G.Horrell, George Carraway and Dennis Sylva, and key titles including The Text of the New Testament Apocrypha (100 - 400 CE), Introduction to Biblical Studies, Third Edition and Biblical Criticism: A Guide for the Perplexed.
This collection includes 35 Biblical Studies monographs from Bloomsbury T&T Clark's long-running series, The Library of Hebrew Bible/Old Testament Studies, The Library of New Testament Studies, and The Library of Second Temple Studies, and covers topics as varied as the body, Marxist criticism and the historical Jesus.
This collection includes 44 monographs on Biblical analysis and interpretation, including titles from the Bloomsbury T&T Clark series the Library of Hebrew Bible / Old Testament Studies and the Library of New Testament Studies.
The 2016 Biblical Studies collection consists of 74 titles from Bloomsbury's prestigious T&T Clark imprint. The titles include the latest volumes in the long-running series The Library of Hebrew/Old Testament Studies and T&T Clark International Tehological Commentary.
This collection includes 43 monographs from the Bloomsbury T&T Clark imprint, covering New and Old Testament studies, religious ethics and the Hebrew Bible.
T&T Clark has been publishing cutting-edge books in biblical studies since 1821 and this imprint is at the heart of the Bloomsbury Biblical Studies program. The Biblical Studies 2018 collection will feature around 37 titles from Bloomsbury’s T&T Clark imprint, including new titles from the Library of New Testament Studies and Bloomsbury Companions series.
This collection includes 28 monographs from Bloomsbury's Open Content programme, in subject areas such as politics and development studies. Titles include Gary Watt's Dress, Law and Naked Truth: A Cultural Study of Fashion and Form, John D. Brewer's The Public Value of the Social Sciences: An Interpretive Essay and Robin Bunce & Paul Field's Darcus Howe: A Political Biography. These works are published on open content licences, meaning that the full text is available online for free in html format, and the titles are also available for purchase as an institutional e-book collection.
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The Bloomsbury Open 2014 collection includes 18 monographs from Bloomsbury's interdisciplinary Open Content programme, in subject areas such as politics and development studies, including titles from the Globalizing Sport Studies and 'What Is?' Research Methods series. These works are published on open content licences, meaning that the full text is available online for free in html format, and the titles are also available for purchase as an institutional e-book collection.
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This collection includes 20 monographs from Bloomsbury’s Open publishing programme, in the subject areas of politics, international development and sociology. These works are published on open content licences, meaning that the full text is available online for free in html format, and the titles are also available for purchase as an institutional e-book collection. For more information about Creative Commons visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/3.0/
This year's open access collection contains 6 titles from Media Studies, Education and Literary Studies. It will include the first volumes in the the new series Environmental Cultures, which examines cultural responses to the age of environmental crisis.
This collection includes 6 titles from the Literary Studies and Education programmes, free to read in html format.
Titles in this collection are free to read in html format.
This collection comprises 4 monographs co-published by Verlag CH Beck and Hart Publishing, including major commentaries on the UN Genocide Convention and the European Convention on Human Rights.
This collection includes 7 legal monographs, handbooks and commentaries co-published by Verlag CH Beck and Bloomsbury.
This collection consists of 20 titles, which have been co-published by Verlag CH Beck and Hart Publishing. The titles cover a range of legal fields, from European law to copyright law to human rights law. Titles include Regulation of Sexualized Speech in Europe and the United States and The European Banking Union.
This collection includes 1 legal title co-published by Verlag CH Beck and Bloomsbury.
This collection will include around 12 legal titles co-published by Verlag C.H. Beck and Bloomsbury, covering key topics such as pharmaceutical law, civil justice, and the European Union.
This collection includes 35 monographs from the Classical Studies & Archaeology list, covering ancient history and culture, ancient Greek and Roman literature, archaeology and ethnography, including several titles from the Debates in Archaeology series.
The Classical Studies and Archeology 2014 collection includes 15 monographs from Bloomsbury's Classical Studies & Archaeology list, ranging from studies of Classical literature, such as titles on Sophocles and Euripides from the Companions to Greek and Roman Tragedy series, to monographs on Persian, Egyptian and East African antiquity.
This collection includes 21 monographs, covering ancient history, philosophy and literature and the reception of Classical literature and myth in modern culture.
The 2016 Classical Studies and Archaeology collection comprises of 28 titles, including the latest titles in the series Bloomsbury Studies in Classical Reception. The collection covers a range of topics in archaeology, egyptology and classics, with titles such as Heracles and Athenian Propaganda; The Byzantine Dark Ages; Ancient Egyptians at Play; and The Boundaries of Art and Social Space in Rome.
The Classical Studies and Archaeology collection contains 11 titles, including Julius Caesar's Self-Created Image and Its Dramatic Afterlife, Heracles and Athenian Propaganda and Classics in Extremis.
Bloomsbury Classical Studies and Archaeology features research on ancient culture, literature, history and philosophy, along with titles on classical reception, archaeology and Egyptology. The Classical Studies and Archaeology 2018 collection will contain approximately 14 titles, including The Materialities of Greek Tragedy, Troy: Myth, City, Icon, and new titles from the Classical Receptions in Twentieth-Century Writing series.
This collection includes 55 monographs from our Education list, including works on pedagogy, sociological approaches, and titles covering educational thinkers from Kant to Montessori. Highlights include Kenneth Baker's vision for the future of education in 14–18–A New Vision for Secondary Education.
The Education 2014 collection includes 24 monographs from the Education list, including titles from the series Critical Pedagogy Today and Education as a Humanitarian Response.
This collection includes 19 monographs covering pedagogy, the theory and philosophy of education, leadership and management, childhood studies and religious education, including two titles from the Masterclass series: MasterClass in English Education, edited by Sue Brindley and Bethan Marshall, and MasterClass in Geography Education, edited by Graham Butt.
This collection consists of 18 monographs from Bloomsbury's Education list. It will cover a variety of fields, including childhood studies; international and comparative education; leadership and management; higher education; and philosophy of education.
2017's Education collection comprises 24 titles, covering topics such as leadership and management, childhood and youth studies and research methods in education.
The Education 2018 collection will feature around 21 titles featuring case studies, perspectives, and guides on topics including education leadership, childhood studies, and writing dissertations.
The Film & Media Studies 2014 Collection includes 34 titles, including Deleuze, Japanese Cinema, and the Atom Bomb, The Comic Offense from Vaudeville to Contemporary Comedy and Cypriot Cinemas: Memory, Conflict and Identity in the Margins of Europe.
This collection includes 35 monographs covering film studies, television studies, gaming, popular music, and new media and technology.
This collection contains 41 titles, concerning such topics as game studies, film history, graphic novels and media ethics. Titles include The Netflix Effect; Critical Race Theory and Bamboozled; Making Sense of Cinema; Newsworkers; and Violent Games.
This collection includes 29 monographs covering television, media theory, and animation and video game studies. Titles include Queer Theory and Brokeback Mountain; Postmodern Theory and Blade Runner; Animation – Process, Cognition and Actuality; Every Game is an Island; and Television Drama in Israel.
The Film and Media Studies 2018 Collection features titles that combine theory with practice, especially relating to Animation, Game Studies and Filmmaking. This Collection contains approximately 40 titles including European Cinema and Contemporary Philosophy, by Thomas Elsaesser, Vocal Projections, by Maria Pramaggiore, Wes Anderson’s Symbolic Universe, by Walter Buckland, and The World of Scary Video Games, by Bernard Perron.
This collection includes 96 titles from Hart’s front list, including works on European law, criminal law and competition law and titles such as International Law and Child Soldiers, The Reception of Asylum Seekers under International Law, and The Law and Practice of Piracy at Sea.
This collection includes 87 monographs from the Hart imprint, covering the full range of legal topics, from property law and tort to legal history and philosophy, human rights and medical ethics.
This collection includes 101 monographs from the Hart imprint, covering a range of legal topics, such as European law, criminal law, legal history, contract law, legal philosophy and human rights.
This collection comprises 110 frontlist titles from the Hart imprint, encompassing a wide range of legal topics, including European law, energy and environmental law, media law and human rights law.
The Hart 2018 collection will contain around 127 titles from the Hart imprint front list covering topics from across the legal profession, including the latest titles from the Modern Studies in European Law and Hart Studies in Private Law series.
The History 2014 Collection includes 50 titles and cover a wide-range of historical topics. Titles include British Culture and the First World War: Experience, Representation and Memory, South Africa's 'Border War’, Holocaust Legacy in Post-Soviet Lithuania, and Women and Democracy in Cold War Japan.
This collection includes 49 monographs, including titles such as Magilow & Silverman’s Holocaust Representations in History: An Introduction, Robert Lynch’s Revolutionary Ireland, 1912-25 and Paul S. Lloyd’s Food and Identity in England, 1540-1640.
The 2016 History collection contains 74 titles covering modern British, European and global history. Standout titles include State, Economy and the Great Divergence by Peer Vries; Reverberations of Nazi Violence in Germany and Beyond by Mary Fulbrook et al.; Migrant Women's Voices by Linda McDowell; and the two-volume work The History of Empire in Asia.
This collection includes 80 titles, including Dan Healey’s Russian Homophobia from Stalin to Sochi, Clive Emsley’s Exporting British Policing During the Second World War and James F. Siekmeier’s Latin American Nationalism.
Bloomsbury History explores the richness of the past with titles that cover early medieval to contemporary history, ancient history and classical studies, as well as British History, European History, World History, History Skills, Methods and Historiography. The History 2018 collection will include approximately 69 titles, including notable new titles from series SOAS Studies in Modern and Contemporary Japan, Studies in Early Medieval History, and Europe’s Legacy in the Modern World.
This collection includes 34 monographs from the Linguistics list, With titles covering applied linguistics, theoretical linguistics, TESOL, language studies and stylistics. Titles include Bloomsbury Companions volumes on Phonetics and Lexicography, and volume 11 of the Collected Works of M.A.K. Halliday, Halliday in the 21st Century, edited by Jonathan J. Webster.
The Linguistics 2014 collection includes 26 monographs from Bloomsbury's Linguistics list, covering applied linguistics, theoretical linguistics, TESOL, language studies and stylistics.
This collection includes 17 monographs, including titles such as The Bloomsbury Companion to M.A.K. Halliday, Paul Bouissac’s The Semiotics of Clowns and Clowning and Zsofia Demjen’s Sylvia Plath and the Language of Mental States.
This year's Linguistics collection contains 25 titles, including the latest titles in the series Bloomsbury Advances in Semiotics, Contemporary Applied Linguistics and Bloomsbury Advances in Translation. The full range of titles covers language acquisition, applied linguistics, discourse analysis, transation, semantics and cognitive linguistics.
The 2017 Linguistics collection consists of 20 titles, covering a range of topics, notably semiotics, translation and interpretation, discourse analysis, and language acquisition.
With strengths in applied linguistics, semiotics, sociolinguistics, and discourse analysis, Bloomsbury provides innovative titles and current research for lecturers, students, researchers, professionals and language-lovers everywhere and are at the cutting edge of contemporary linguistics in exploring how language relates to technology, globalization and social media. The Linguistics 2018 collection will include around 22 titles, featuring key texts such as The Language of Brexit by Steve Buckledee and Language, Identity and Symbolic Culture edited by David Evans.
Bloomsbury's Literary Studies programme covers a wide range of topics and periods including Literary Theory, Contemporary Literature, Modernism, North and South American Literature, Comparative Literature and Creative Writing. The 2013 Collection includes 80 critical works on writers as diverse as Fyodor Dostoevsky, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Toni Morrison and Zadie Smith, wide-ranging overviews such as Steven Moore's The Novel: An Alternative History, 1600-1800 and Emma Rees's The Vagina: A Literary and Cultural History, and titles from key series such as Historicizing Modernism and Bloomsbury Studies in Contemporary North American Fiction.
The Literary Studies 2014 collection includes 70 critical works covering Literary Theory, Modernism, Contemporary Writing and Culture, German Literature, and monographs on Shakespeare and early modern drama from the Arden Shakespeare imprint. Key texts include Sherryl Vint's Science Fiction: A Guide for the Perplexed, Robert C. Evans's Othello: A Critical Reader, Jenni Adams's Bloomsbury Companion to Holocaust Literature, and edited collections from the Decades Series on British fiction of the 1970s and 1980s.
This collection includes 69 titles, including Philip W. Errington’s J.K. Rowling: A Bibliography 1997-2013, Robert C. Evans’s Othello: A Critical Reader and titles on Philip Roth, Rainer Maria Rilke, Rebecca West, Hanif Kureishi, Charles Baudelaire and Cormac McCarthy.
This collection contains 78 titles, from Bloomsbury's Literary Studies list and from the Arden Shakespeare imprint. Titles include Scandinavian Crime Fiction; Shakespeare and Visual Culture; Modernism's Print Culture; and Mark Twain and Youth.
This collection features 62 monographs from Bloomsbury's Literary Studies list. It includes titles such as Superhero Comics by Christopher Gavaler, The New Poetics of Climate Change by Matthew Griffiths and Satirizing Modernism by Emmett Stinson.
Bloomsbury offers a wide range of books across the field of literary studies, with particular focus on modern and contemporary writing, theory and culture. The interdisciplinary list expands into developing areas of study such as genre fiction, environmental literature, and translation studies. Series highlights include our New Modernisms, Environmental Cultures, 21st Century Genre Fiction, Literatures, Cultures, Translation and New Directions in German Studies. Bloomsbury’s literary studies list is at the forefront of emerging areas of study, consistently providing innovative new scholarship to help reassess the state of the field and bring new topics to light. The Literary Studies 2018 collection will contain around 66 titles, with highlights such as new monographs from the popular Arden Shakespeare and Bloomsbury Companions series. Key titles include Much Ado About Nothing: A Critical Reader, John le Carré and the Cold War, and The Bloomsbury Companion to Modernist Literature.
Bloomsbury's 2013 Philosophy collection includes 50 monographs and supplementary titles, covering ethics, aesthetics and both the analytic and Continental traditions. Content ranges from leading-edge research monographs on Nietzsche, Rorty and Irigary to more introductory texts such as the Bloomsbury Companions to Aristotle, Hegel, Heidegger and Analytic Philosophy, and Reader's Guides to Deleuze and Guattari's A Thousand Plateaus and Machiavelli's The Prince.
Bloomsbury's 2014 Philosophy collection includes 48 monographs and supplementary titles, covering ethics, aesthetics and both the analytic and Continental traditions. Subjects covered include Plato, Plotinus, Kant, Nietzsche, Dewey, Deleuze, Castoriadis and interdiscplinary approaches to literature, architecture and ecology.
This collection includes 54 titles, including Peter Lamb’s Marx and Engels' 'Communist Manifesto': A Reader’s Guide, new volumes from the Bloomsbury Companions series on Epistemology, Metaphysics, Pragmatism and Analytic Philosophy, and monographs on aesthetics, ethics, political philosophy and philosophy of religion.
The 2016 Philosophy collection consists of 69 titles, covering a range of philosophical topics, notably continental philosophy, political philosophy, aesthetics, Asian philosophy and epistemology.
This collection comprises 66 monographs covering a range of philosophical topics, notably aesthetics, political philosophy and Asian philosophy. It also includes new titles from the Bloomsbury Studies in Continental Philosophy series including The Philosophy of Ontological Lateness by Keith Whitmoyer and Hegel and Resistance edited by Rebecca Comay and Bart Zantvoort.
Bloomsbury Philosophy explores all major sub-disciplines, spanning both the analytic and Continental traditions with titles that offer a cutting edge and global perspective. The Philosophy 2018 Collection will consist of approximately 76 titles, covering philosophical topics such as physics, ethics, aesthetics, and psychoanalysis.
This collection includes 48 titles which will offer students, academics, policy makers and general readers a wealth of original, authoritative research and teaching material. The collection includes The Politics of Nihilism: From the Nineteenth Century to Contemporary Israel, Al-Qaeda's Post-9/11 Devolution, and Workers Unite!: The International 150 Years Later.
This collection includes 24 monographs, covering topics from political theory and philosophy, to diplomacy and development studies, and contemporary American electoral politics and culture, including titles such as Lori Cox Han’s In It to Win: Electing Madam President and Goren and Beail’s Mad Men and Politics: Nostalgia and the Remaking of Modern America.
Bloomsbury's Religious Studies list covers religion around the world, using a range of theoretical and methodological approaches, and provides authoritative and innovative research and resources for lecturers, students, and researchers. The 2013 collection comprises 26 titles, including The Bloomsbury Companion to Hindu Studies and The Bloomsbury Companion to Jewish Studies, titles on Baha'i, Confucius, Sikhism and Western Esotericism from the Guides to the Perplexed series, and monographs on Sufism, Shamanism, Islamic masculinity, and the Arab revolts.
Bloomsbury's Religious Studies Collection covers religion around the world, using a range of theoretical and methodological approaches. The 2014 collection includes 17 titles, with titles on world religions such as Jainism, Hinduism, Daoism, Sufism and contemporary paganism, and comprehensive overviews such as The Bloomsbury Companion to New Religious Movements.
This collection includes 24 titles on world religions, including Sherry Fohr’s Jainism: A Guide for the Perplexed, Sharon A. Suh’s Silver Screen Buddha: Buddhism in Asian and Western Film and Religion in Hip Hop: Mapping the New Terrain in the US, edited by Monica R. Miller, Anthony B. Pinn and Bernard 'Bun B' Freeman.
This collection contains 15 titles, including the latest volumes in the series Bloomsbury Shinto Studies and Bloomsbury Advances in Religion. Titles include Islamic Spirituality; Death Anxiety and Religious Belief; Hindu Worldviews; and UFOs, Conspiracy Theories and the New Age.
The 2017 Religious Studies collection comprises 20 titles in subject areas such as anthropology of religion, religion and politics and religion and popular culture. It also covers religion around the world, including monographs on Japanese religion, Islam, Christianity and Hinduism.
Bloomsbury Religious Studies explores religion around the world, covering topics such as religion, gender and sexuality, and religion and popular culture, as well as offering the latest research in theory and method. The Religious Studies 2018 collection will feature around 28 titles, with highlights including The Bloomsbury Handbook of Religion and Nature, U2 and the Religious Impulse, and Religion in the Age of Obama.
Bloomsbury brings together 38 titles from several lists, such as T&T Clark and Burns & Oates. We cover all areas of theology from Ethics and Church History through to Dogmatics and Systematic Theology: the best books in the field for everyone interested in theology, from undergraduates to scholars.
The 2013 Theology Studies Collection includes key introductory titles such as An Introduction to Christian Theology by Anthony Towley, C.C. Pecknold's T&T Clark Companion to Augustine and Modern Theology and Theodore Vial's Schleiermacher: A Guide for the Perplexed alongside research monographs on systematic theology, ecclesiology, liturgy and related theological themes.
The 2014 Theology collection includes 20 titles, ranging from introductory works from the Guides for the Perplexed series on Newman and Baptism, to research monographs covering philosophy and theology (Heidegger, Lyotard, Arendt), major theologians (Barth, Schillebeeckx) and themes such as the Eucharist, the Filioque, fundamental theology and Scottish reformed orthodoxy.
This collection includes 21 monographs, covering ecclesiology, practical and pastoral theology, systematic theology and philosophy of religion, and including titles such as Walter Kasper’s The Catholic Church: Nature, Reality and Mission, George Hunsinger’s Conversational Theology: Essays on Ecumenical, Postliberal, and Political Themes, with Special Reference to Karl Barth, and Adam J. Johnson’s Atonement: A Guide for the Perplexed.
The Theology collection contains 39 titles from the Bloomsbury T&T Clark imprint. Titles include Neo-Calvinism and the French Revolution; Karl Barth on Prayer; Liturgy in the Twenty-First Century; and Hannah Arendt and Theology.
This collection includes 17 titles on theology, including Creation: A Guide for the Perplexed, Theology and Ecology Across the Disciplines and Un/familiar Theology: Reconceiving Sex, Reproduction and Generativity.
Since 1821 T&T Clark has published authors such as Karl Barth, Hans Urs von Balthasar and Edward Schillebeeckx and today continues to seek out books and authors at the forefront of the study of theology. The Theology 2018 collection will comprise of approximately 9 titles, including A Politics of Grace: Universal Redemption for Political Theology in a post-Christendom Context.