The RSA’s Regions and Cities Book Series
This book series brings together incisive and critically engaged international and interdisciplinary research on this resurgence of regions and cities, and should be of interest to geographers, economists, sociologists, political scientists and cultural scholars, as well as to policymakers involved in regional and urban development. For more details and contacts to discuss your book proposal, please go to www.routledge.com/Regions-and-Cities/book-series/RSA#.
What do our authors say?
Alejandra Trejo, Professor, CEDUA, El Colegio de México, Mexico
“If you are involved in an exciting project on regional and urban studies and plan to publish your research as a book, the Regions and Cities series is your best access to a high-quality publishing process and to a series with a brand identity. Publishing with the series was an enjoyable experience and I had the opportunity of working with editors who were familiar with the kind of issues that I was writing in. They were very professional and supportive. Definitely, if you are looking for prestige attached to a certain series, the Regions and Cities book series is the place.”
Alejandra’s most recent book in the Routledge-RSA Regions and Cities series is Metropolitan Governance in Latin America (2021)
Jason Luger, Assistant Professor of Human Geography, Northumbria University, United Kingdom
“Publishing with the RSA Regions and Cities book series was a valuable way to reach a wide and cross-disciplinary audience. Thus, the work of the authors in the edited volume could be elevated beyond the scope of a single academic journal, where our issue was originally released as a special issue.”
Jason’s most recent book in the Routledge-RSA Regions and Cities series is Questioning Planetary Illiberal Geographies: Territory, Space and Power (2022).
A free webinar on this book will take place on 19th April 2023 – 14.00 BST/15.00 CEST. Click here to register.