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Music Learning and Teaching in Infancy, Childhood, and Adolescence

by Gary McPherson & Graham Welch

Music Learning and Teaching in Infancy, Childhood, and Adolescence is one of five paperback books derived from the foundational two-volume Oxford Handbook of Music Education. Designed for music teachers, students,...

Essential Interviewing Skills for the Helping Professions

by Nicole Nicotera

Essential Interviewing Skills for the Helping Professions reaches beyond most other essential skills for clinical interviewing books with its emphasis on social justice, attention to the role of microaggressions...

Making Morality Work

by Holly M. Smith

Most of us hope to do what morality requires of us. But what if we can't figure out what it does require? A soldier may know that morality requires him not to kill an innocent civilian but he can't tell whether...

Why Worry About Future Generations?

by Samuel Scheffler

The things we do today may make life worse for future generations. But why should we care what happens to people who won't be born until after all of us are gone? Some philosophers have treated this as a question...

Transparency and Self-Knowledge

by Alex Byrne

Alex Byrne sets out and defends a theory of self-knowledge-knowledge of one's mental states. Inspired by Gareth Evans' discussion of self-knowledge in his The Varieties of Reference, the basic idea is that one...

New Critical Studies on Early Quaker Women, 1650-1800

by Michele Lise Tarter & Catie Gill

New Critical Studies on Early Quaker Women, 1650—1800 takes a fresh look at archival and printed sources from England and America, elucidating why women were instrumental to the Quaker movement from its inception...

Staging the Spanish Golden Age

by Kathleen Jeffs

In this volume, Kathleen Jeffs draws on first-hand experience of the Royal Shakespeare Company's rehearsal room for the 2004-05 Spanish Golden Age season to put forth a collaborative model for translating, rehearsing,...

The Changing Face of Volunteering in Hospice and Palliative Care

by Ros Scott & Steven Howlett

Volunteers have a long been involved in supporting the delivery of palliative care. Indeed in some countries, the range and quality of hospice and palliative care services depends on the involvement of volunteers....

Welfare Democracies and Party Politics

by Philip Manow, Bruno Palier & Hanna Schwander

Europe's political landscapes are in turmoil, and new radical parties challenge the established political order. This book locates Europe's contemporary challenges within the longer economic and political trajectories...

Common: The Development of Literary Culture in Sixteenth-Century England

by Neil Rhodes

This volume explores the development of literary culture in sixteenth-century England as a whole and seeks to explain the relationship between the Reformation and the literary renaissance of the Elizabethan...

Rights and Demands

by Margaret Gilbert

Rights are often invoked in contemporary moral and political debates, yet the nature of rights is contested. Rights and Demands provides the first full-length treatment of a central class of rights: demand-rights....

The Meaning of Everything

by Simon Winchester Obe

'The greatest enterprise of its kind in history,' was the verdict of British prime minister Stanley Baldwin in June 1928 when The Oxford English Dictionary was finally published. With its 15,490 pages and nearly...

Knowledge and Truth in Plato

by Catherine Rowett

Several myths about Plato's work are decisively challenged by Catherine Rowett: the idea that Plato agreed with Socrates about the need for a definition of what we know; the idea that he set out to define justice...

Living machines

by Tony J. Prescott, Nathan Lepora & Paul F. M. J Verschure

Contemporary research in the field of robotics attempts to harness the versatility and sustainability of living organisms. By exploiting those natural principles, scientists hope to render a renewable, adaptable,...

The Invaders and Other Stories

by Leo Tolstoy

A fantastic collection of short stories written by the master himself, Leo Tolstoy! Take your mind on a ride with The Invaders and Other Stories, a phenomenal addition to the library of any short story lover!...


by Max Brand

Alcatraz is a story of a wild horse who many said could not be caught or broken and the man who set out to prove them wrong. Max Brand was the pen name of American author Frederick Schiller Faust and was best...

Psmith, Journalist

by P. G. Wodehouse

The story begins with Psmith accompanying his fellow Cambridge student Mike to New York on a cricketing tour. Through high spirits and force of personality, Psmith takes charge of a minor periodical, and becomes...

The Age of Innocence

by Edith Wharton

Winner of the 1921 Pulitzer Prize, The Age of Innocence is Edith Wharton's masterful portrait of desire and betrayal during the sumptuous Golden Age of Old New York, a time when society people "dreaded scandal...

She and Allan

by H. Rider Haggard

"I believe it was the old Egyptians – a very wise people, probably indeed much wiser than we know for in the leisure of their ample centuries they had time to think out things – who declared that each individual...

The Dark Ages

by Charles Oman

In the summer of 477 A.D. a band of ambassadors, who claimed to speak the will of the decayed body which still called itself the Roman senate, appeared before the judgment-seat of the emperor Zeno, the ruler...