Rowman and Littlefield International

The Political Theory of Che Guevara

Renzo Llorente introduces the principle aims of his book, 'The Political Theory of Che Guevara', before explaining the void he believes it fills in Guevara scholarship.
Published on Monday 05 Mar 2018

Perlego and Rowman & Littlefield International Partner Up to Offer Textbooks on Subscription Service

Perlego have struck a new agreement with Rowman & Littlefield International to offer digital content as part of the Perlego platform.
Published on Thursday 01 Mar 2018

Who Is The Left?

At a time when the only way to think beyond the horizon of capitalism seems to be dystopian fantasy, Laurence Cox points us to the power of collective agency to re-vision and contest our future. This extract is from his forthcoming book, Why Social Movements Matter, which will be published in July 2018.
Published on Wednesday 28 Feb 2018

The Paradox of the Trump National Security Strategy and Regional Reality: Why the U.S. Needs to Rethink Eurasia

Neamat Nojumi, author of R&L title 'American State-Building in Afghanistan and Its Regional Consequences', argues for the need for the U.S. to rethink its approach to Eurasian nations.
Published on Monday 26 Feb 2018

Publisher Vacancy

Rowman & Littlefield International are looking for a Publisher with at least 5 years' commissioning and list management experience to lead our London-based team.
Published on Monday 19 Feb 2018

Against “Responsibility”

Frieder Vogelmann, author of RLI title 'The Spell of Responsibility', explains how large parts of philosophy have fallen under responsibility’s spell and why he uses a Foucauldian approach in an attempt to break it.
Published on Thursday 15 Feb 2018

The Kuhnian Image of Science: Time for a Decisive Transformation?

Moti Mizrahi introduces the central questions and concerns of the recently published RLI title, 'The Kuhnian Image of Science', of which he is editor.
Published on Thursday 08 Feb 2018

Literary Thickness and Moral Thickness

Through close consideration of Richard Laurie's The Autobiography of Joseph Stalin: A Novel, Rafe McGregor concisely defines and explains his understanding of 'literary thickness' before considering this concept's relationship with Bernard Williams' 'moral thickness'.
Published on Tuesday 06 Feb 2018

Thinking about Aesthetic Violence: The Case of Bonnie and Clyde

Considering the Hollywood classic, Bonnie and Clyde, Robert Appelbaum explores the advent of violence in American cinema and the ensuing debate on whether one can correlate the relationship between violence and art.
Published on Tuesday 23 Jan 2018

Podcasting Reason: Saudi Teens Promote Critical Thinking Online

Guest blog from Joseph Braude, author of Rowman & Littlefield book, Broadcasting Change: Arabic Media as a Catalyst for Liberalism
Published on Friday 15 Dec 2017