New titles available on Routledge Handbooks Online

Thanks to the Connell Fund there are 37 new handbook, international handbook, companion, and history titles available for Cambridge University users on Routledge Handbooks Online. These have all been selected by Faculty and Departmental librarians and they cover the following subjects: Archaeology & Classics, Asian Studies, Built Environment, Communication Journalism Media & Culture, Education, Geography, History, Literature, Philosophy, Politics, Religion, Security Studies, and Sociology. These new titles complement the existing collection on the Routledge Handbooks Online platform and bring the number of available titles up to 539.

All titles are free of Digital Rights Management (DRM) and available in PDF and HTML format. All chapters have an accompanying abstract. The titles are available on and off campus (using a Raven login) and all of them are searchable in iDiscover. You are also able to filter your searches on the platform so that only “full access only” (owned) titles and chapters are displayed.

Complete “clickable” list of new titles:

of interest for Archaeology & Classics

of interest for Asian Studies

of interest for the Built Environment

of interest for Communication, Journalism, Media & Culture

of interest for Education

of interest for Geography

of interest for History

of interest for Literature

of interest for Philosophy

of interest for Politics

of interest for Religion

of interest for Security Studies

of interest for Sociology

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