Routledge

The SRHE Book Series: Research into Higher Education is an established series, co-published with Routledge since 2010. It publishes cutting edge research and discourse addressing contemporary themes in higher education of wide international relevance. The series examines all aspects of the international higher education research agenda, from strategic policy formulation and impact to pragmatic advice on best practice in the field.

The series offers the opportunity to publish in hardback, paperback and e-book formats with attractive and competitive royalties and a highly visible and recognisable brand with a well-respected international reputation. Authors and editors publishing within the series will be assured of the support of the Society, Series Editors and the Publisher in bringing a suitable concept to publication and will benefit from an international sales and marketing presence.

The series offers excellent opportunities for authors and for the Society to bring a very broad range of research work and analysis to a global audience of researchers, higher education leaders and policy makers.

The Society invites book proposals for inclusion in the series for single authored, co-authored and edited collections. The series editors and the publishing partners welcome informal discussions with authors interested in writing for the series. Authors and Editors are welcome to contact the Series Editors for advice on proposals for the Series. All new proposals should be submitted in the first instance to the Society Director, Helen Perkins.

To view titles in the series and order publications, visit SRHE Book Series.

Series Editors:
Professor Rachel Brooks

r.brooks@surrey.ac.uk

Professor Sarah O’Shea

sarah.oshea@curtin.edu.au

Publishing Partners:

SRHE Director:
Helen Perkins
hsperkins@srhe.ac.uk

Sarah Hyde, Routledge Books
Sarah.Hyde@tandf.co.uk

SRHE / Routledge Book Series
Research into Higher Education Series
Research into Higher Education Series

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Notes for Authors and Book Proposal Questionnaire

Chapter Sampler

A curated collection from the above SRHE/Routledge series

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