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Routledge Gender Studies - 2020 - 2022

Routledge Gender Studies is a newly-established list which builds on Routledge’s strengths and publishing prestige, including works by key authors such as Judith Butler and Bell Hooks. Hot topics such as LGBTQ rights, Post-Colonialism and Feminist Pedagogy will be included in the collection. Interdisciplinary areas range from Motherhood to Beauty, and Sport to Film and Culture.

Through a collaborative approach, libraries and research institutions worldwide can pool their funds to finance the costs of making these book titles within Gender Studies available as Open Access: freely accessible for libraries and readers worldwide.

Resulting in a highly relevant collection of Routledge Frontlist titles in Gender Studies for the coming three years - including 60 new book titles in total (20 new book titles per annum).