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Routledge, amongst Brunner-Routledge, RoutledgeCurzon and RoutledgeFalmer, is an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, which is a sub-division of Informa PLC, a company based in the United Kingdom with offices worldwide. A majority of Routledge's books are based in the humanities but all are academic.

As a name in Camden publishing, it originates in 1836, when George Routledge (1812-1888) founded a firm with W. H. Warne. George Routledge and Co. was set up in 1851 with Frederick Warne, becoming Routledge, Warne & Routledge in 1858, and George Routledge and Sons when Warne left. After refinancing in 1902, the company took over J. C. Nimmo Ltd in 1903. In 1912 an amalgamation with Kegan Paul, Trench, Trübner & Co. created Routledge and Kegan Paul Ltd., a major London publishing house.

Routledge is one of the most important European imprints for social sciences.

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