Rowman and Littlefield International

The Crisis of Liberal Democracy

RLI author Bernd Reiter summarises the latest findings from his forthcoming book 'The Crisis of Liberal Democracy'
Published on Friday 19 May 2017

Rowman and Littlefield International Philosophy Launches on Twitter

Rowman and Littlefield International is pleased to announce the launch of a new Twitter account dedicated solely and enthusiastically to the field of Philosophy.
Published on Wednesday 19 Apr 2017

Sustainability and democracy: long journeys in the same direction

Andrea Felicetti discusses her investigation into democracy in the public sphere and the need for a critical space for democratic deliberation.
Published on Monday 27 Mar 2017

IPE’s strategic silence on capitalism and moral order

The study of how neoliberalism is remaking moral order in Africa reveals important insights for scholars of political economy.
Published on Monday 20 Mar 2017

Marketing Assistant Vacancy

Are you a recent graduate interested in marketing at an international publisher? We are seeking a Marketing Assistant to join our busy London team.
Published on Monday 20 Mar 2017

Cornell University Press and Leuven University Press join NBNi

We are delighted to announce that NBN International, RLI’s sister company, is now taking care of sales and marketing in the UK and selected European territories for Cornell University Press and Leuven University Press.
Published on Friday 10 Mar 2017

Introducing our new Senior Editor Holly Tyler

Holly Tyler, Senior Commissioning Editor for Cultural Studies, Anthropology and Geography, introduces herself and her vision for the list.
Published on Wednesday 08 Mar 2017

Editorial Assistant Vacancy

We are looking for a hardworking and enthusiastic Editorial Assistant to join our lively team. This is a unique and exciting opportunity to be part of the development of a young but successful academic publishing company.
Published on Wednesday 01 Mar 2017

carnival or cultural clash?

RLI author Ricardo Sanín-Restrepo examines the political climate of Brazil through the lens of the Olympic Games
Published on Wednesday 01 Mar 2017

Voices from the Anthropocene

Are our cultural imaginaries ready to formulate alternative narratives, offer new pathways if not viable solutions to the present complexity? How do the environmental humanities respond to the unfolding stories of the Anthropocene? Can we create sustainable alliances between science, society and cultural discourses? How are society and culture evolving to face this new epoch of ecological uncertainties? These were the questions that touched tails in our minds when we started editing Environmental Humanities: Voices from the Anthropocene (2017).
Published on Wednesday 08 Feb 2017