About Ashgate Reference
The Ashgate Reference programme publishes over 60 titles a year
across the Social Sciences and Humanities, and comprises a range of
different types of product:
collections are published in areas such as Law,
Politics, Sociology, Economics, History, Literary Studies and
Music Studies. Series are edited by a renowned expert in
the field who brings together the most significant published
journal essays in the subject, and contributes an introduction
which presents an overview of the most important issues. The essays
are reproduced in full with the original pagination for ease of
reference. These series constitute a major resource for libraries,
students and scholars.
Ashgate Companions offer a comprehensive and
authoritative state-of-the-art review of current research in
a particular area. The Companion's editor brings together
a team of respected and experienced experts to write new chapters
on the key issues in their speciality.
Handbooks, Encyclopedias and Sourcebooks offer
essential reference material across the spectrum of Social Sciences
and Humanities, from Aviation to Visual Studies.