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Principles and Practices of Professional Consulting

by Steven C. Stryker

Although consultants influence the outcome of major endeavors in the fields of management, finance, government, and engineering, few attempts have been made to establish the tenets and techniques of consulting....


Heal Your Back: Your Complete Prescription for Preventing, Treating, and Eliminating Back Pain

by David Borenstein M.D.

Heal Your Back is a complete program for understanding the causes of lower back pain, the ways to prevent it, and the treatments to eliminate it. The book educates readers about all aspects of back pain and...


Gendered Situations, Gendered Selves

by Jocelyn A. Hollander

The second edition of Gendered Situations, Gendered Selves has been updated throughout, and is an ideal introduction to the discussion of gender in social psychology. The book examines the basic underpinnings...


Plagues in World History

by John Aberth

Plagues in World History provides a concise, comparative world history of catastrophic infectious diseases, including plague, smallpox, tuberculosis, cholera, influenza, and AIDS. John Aberth considers not only...


Hemispheric Giants: The Misunderstood History of U.S.-Brazilian Relations

by Britta Crandall

This comprehensive book traces the full arc of U.S.-Brazilian bilateral relations over time. Despite the common critique of U.S. "neglect" of Brazil, Britta H. Crandall convincingly shows that the relationship...


Germany in the Modern World: A New History

by Sam A. Mustafa

With a careful blend of concision and rich detail, Sam A. Mustafa's readable and lively text traces German history from Roman times to the present, placing particular emphasis on the past three centuries. Mustafa...


Gems of Wisdom: Words of the Great Kabbalists From All Generations

by Baal HaSulam

Gems of Wisdom: words of the great Kabbalists from all generations is a collection of excerpts from the writings of great Kabbalists from all generations, particularly the writings of Rav Yehuda Ashlag, author...


First Along the River: A Brief History of the U.S. Environmental Movement

by Benjamin Kline

First Along the River introduces students to the U.S. environmental movement. Concise, accessible, and informative, this book provides students with a balanced, historical perspective on the history of the environmental...


Combat-Related Traumatic Brain Injury and PTSD: A Resource and Recovery Guide

by Cheryl Lawhorne

In Combat-Related Traumatic Brain Injury and PTSD: A Resource and Recovery Guide, authors Cheryl Lawhorne and Don Philpott offer guidance for the returning veteran, from treatment options, to diagnostic criteria...


A Concise Survey of Western Civilization: Supremacies and Diversities throughout History

by Brian A. Pavlac

This engaging text offers a brief, readable description of our common Western heritage. Providing a tightly focused narrative and interpretive structure, Brian A. Pavlac covers the basic historical information...


A Concise Survey of Western Civilization

by Brian A. Pavlac

This engaging text offers a brief, readable description of our common Western heritage as it began in the first human societies and developed in ancient Greece and Rome, then through the Middle Ages. Providing...


2012 and the End of the World: The Western Roots of the Maya Apocalypse

by Matthew Restall

Did the Maya really predict that the world would end in December of 2012? If not, how and why has 2012 millenarianism gained such popular appeal? In this deeply knowledgeable book, two leading historians of...


A Concise Survey of Western Civilization

by Brian A. Pavlac

This engaging text offers a brief, readable description of our common Western heritage. Providing a tightly focused narrative and interpretive structure, Brian A. Pavlac covers the basic historical information...


The Nordic Diet: Using Local and Organic Food to Promote a Healthy Lifestyle

by Trina Hahnemann & Lars Ranek

The Nordic Diet is all about eating locally sourced seasonal ingredients in a balanced diet of protein, carbohydrates, and beneficial fats. The traditional diet of Northern Europe emphasizes quality homemade...


Mardy Murie Did!: Grandmother of Conservation

by Jequita Potts McDaniel & Jon Van Zyle

Mardy Murie was dedicated to wilderness preservation. The first woman to graduate from the University of Alaska, she became involved in the creation of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge and received the Presidential...


The Constitution's Gift

by John Erik Fossum

This authoritative study considers all aspects of the European Union's distinctive constitution since its inception. A unique political animal, the EU has given rise to important constitutional conundrums and...


Special Needs Families in the Military: A Resource Guide

by Janelle Hill & Don Philpott

The saying 'it takes a village to raise a child' is especially true for families with special needs children. It takes an 'army' of therapists, doctors, nurses, counselors, and educators. Special needs families...


Becoming a Cosmopolitan: What It Means to Be a Human Being in the New Millennium

by Jason D. Hill

In this highly original book, Jason Hill defends a strong form of moral cosmopolitanism and lays the groundwork for a new view of the self. To achieve a radical cosmopolitan identity, he argues it may be necessary...


Everyday Forms of Whiteness: Understanding Race in a 'Post-Racial' World

by Melanie E. L. Bush & Joe R. Feagin

The second edition of this groundbreaking book incorporates data and interviews to show how the everyday thinking of ordinary people contributes to the perpetuation of systemic racialized inequality.


Looking Like the Enemy (the Young Reader's Edition)

by Mary Matusda Gruenewald & Maureen R. Michelson

Mary Matsuda is a typical 16-year-old girl living on Vashon Island, Washington with her family. On December 7, 1942, the Japanese bomb Pearl Harbor, and Mary's life changes forever. Mary and her brother, Yoneichi,...