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Humanizing the Sacred: Sisters in Islam and the Struggle for Gender Justice in Malaysia

by Azza Basarudin

In recent years, global attention has focused on how women in communities of Muslims are revitalizing Islam by linking interpretation of religious ideas to the protection of rights and freedoms. Humanizing the...

Luxuriant Gems of the Spring and Autumn

by Sarah Queen, John S. Major & Zhongshu Dong

A major resource expanding the study of early Chinese philosophy, religion, literature, and politics, this book features the first complete English-language translation of the Luxuriant Gems of the “Spring...

25 Awesome Facts About The Coast Guard: Odd and Interesting Truths About America's Most-Forgotten Military Branch

by Brian Runion

Did you know there's a Coast Guard?

You did? Well, I guess you don’t need this book, then. 


See, the Coast Guard does a lot more than just guard the coast: it goes all over the world saving lives,...

Serpent Rouge the secret behind the code - A new version of the Avant-Propos

by Milena Mazzarella

The sign left by Delacroix in the Church of Saint-Sulpice, a sleeping beauty waiting somewhere to be saved, a demon guarding a cursed treasure, and 64 scattered stones... For the first time, the Avant-Propos...

Duke of Wellington: History that Changed the World

by Chris Pope

The Duke of Wellington is a collection of historical events brought into modern times. Many illustrations are included in the different chapters. Specifically, selected illustrations that are deemed important...

The War on Alcohol: Prohibition and the Rise of the American State

by Lisa McGirr

A groundbreaking history of Prohibition and a new creation story for the powerful American state.

Prohibition has long been portrayed as a “noble experiment” that failed, a newsreel story of glamorous gangsters,...

Duel in the Snows

by Charles Allen

In December 1903 a British army marched over the Himalayas to counter a non-existent Russian threat and was confronted by a medieval Tibetan army ordered to stop it by non-violent means. It was a clash between...

The Wreck at Sharpnose Point

by Jeremy Seal

This is a captivating mystery of the best kind - the sort that really happened.

While walking through a cliff-top graveyard in the village of Morwenstow on the coast of Cornwall, Jeremy Seal stumbled across...

Heroes Beneath the Waves: True Submarine Stories of the Twentieth Century

by Mary Nida Smith

The unbelievable stories of the heroic men who sailed under the sea.

In Heroes Beneath the Waves, many brave men who rode submarines to great depths and across the oceans into unknown territory share their experiences,...

British Sheep Breeds

by Susannah Parkin

This revised edition of British Sheep Breeds explains how this hardy species has evolved, survived and developed over the past 250 years and provides a history of the species, their importance in British farming...

Honours of War: Wargames Rules for the Seven Years War

by Keith Flint & Steve Noon

The Seven Years' War was the pinnacle of 18th-century warfare, with dramatic campaigns and battles, famous leaders, and wide variety of colourful uniforms. Compared with the later Napoleonic Wars, tactics were...

War in a Time of Peace: Bush, Clinton, and the Generals

by David Halberstam

Pulitzer Prize­-winning journalist David Halberstam chronicles Washington politics and foreign policy in post­ Cold War America.

Evoking the internal conflicts, unchecked egos, and power struggles within the...

Georgialina: A Southland as We Knew It

by Tom Poland

A nostalgic look at Georgia and South Carolina before development, outsiders, and modern conveniences brought wholesale change

A People's History of the United States

by Howard Zinn

With a new introduction by Anthony Arnove, this updated edition of the classic national bestseller reviews the book’s thirty-five year history and demonstrates once again why it is a significant contribution...

Varmints and Victims: Predator Control in the American West

by Frank Van Nuys

It used to be: If you see a coyote, shoot it. Better yet, a bear. Best of all, perhaps? A wolf. How we've gotten from there to here, where such predators are reintroduced, protected, and in some cases revered,...

I Sailed with Chinese Pirates

by Aleko E. Lilius & Paul French

An enthusiastic history of rampant Cantonese piracy in the 1930s, this first-hand account follows globetrotting journalist Aleko E. Lilius as he sets out to infiltrate mysterious pirate gangs. Describing every...

Bridge House Survivor: Experiences of a Civilian Prisoner-of-War in Shanghai & Beijing 1942¿1945

by Henry F. Pringle

In this never-before-seen account, Henry F. Pringle, a Chinese citizen of British parentage, describes the Japanese occupation of Shanghai from a survivor’s perspective. From the engine room of Imperial Japanese...

Assembling Enclosure: Transformations in the Rural Landscape of Post-Medieval North-East England

by Ronan O'Donnell

The landscape history of North-East England has not been studied as much as other parts of the country. This book begins to fill this gap by utilizing Actor-Network Theory (ANT) to re-assess the familiar topics...

Shanghai Policeman

by E. W. Peters & Robert Bickers

Shanghai in the 1930s was one of the world's most dangerous cities, with kidnappings and murders as daily occurrences. British police officer E. W. Peters of the Shanghai Municipal Police leads the way down...

You Who Cross My Path

by Erez Bitton, Tsipi Keller & Eli Hirsch

The first bilingual U.S. publication of celebrated Israeli poet Erez Bitton, often considered the founding father of Mizrahi Israeli poetry.