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Enjoy FREE ONLINE ACCESS to all Routledge articles published on the Arab Spring in the last year. What are the social impacts of the unrest? How have countries outside of the Middle East responded to the crisis? What are the implications for the region's military and security? Find out now!
The aim of New Views is to capture the fresh and exciting perspectives of young researchers – people who have completed their Ph.D.s in recent years. The opportunity to publish such an article in Molecular Physics is unique and it may be a chance for authors to submit their first independent paper. Read the New Views and more for free:
Are you interested in how geography, geology and other earth sciences affect archaeological studies? In this collection we have highlighted the link between the earth sciences and archaeology with a collection of articles showcasing the scientific side of archaeology.
In 2004, the North American Society for the Study of Romanticism and European Romantic Review established an annual prize for the best essay published in European Romantic Review. Each year, all of the essays published in that year’s volume of the journal are considered. We are excited to announce that the 2012 Best Paper Prize has been awarded to: Crabb Robinson, Blake, and Perthe’s Vaterländisches Museum (1810 – 1811) by Karen Junod, University of Friborg, Switzerland.
To coincide with the 2nd International Fascination of Plants Day and contribute by getting as many people as possible around the world fascinated by plants, Taylor & Francis is offering you free access to a definitive list of key articles related to the event.
Soon we'll be off to PSi19 at Stanford University. Join us for our panel session 'How to Get Published and How to Get Read' to learn more about publishing your research in our books and journals. You will also get the chance to ask your questions to our panel of journal Editors and book authors. Saturday June 29 at 3.30p.m.
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