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US Policy Towards the Muslim World: Focus on Post 9/11 Period

by M. Saleem Kidwai

The volume, comprised of fourteen contributions from specialists in the field, is a serious attempt to address and analyze key factors affecting US interests. It suggests measures for the US policy makers and...


Go Get Mother's Picket Sign: Crossing Spheres With the Material Culture of Suffrage

by Cathleen Nista Rauterkus

This book tells the story of American suffragists within both political and domestic spheres, who worked to balance their public and private lives. The work is original and takes a fresh approach to this most...


The World's Fearlessness Teachings: A Critical Integral Approach to Fear Management/Education for the 21st Century

by R. Michael Fisher

This book addresses the human fear problem by summarizing the teachings on fearlessness from around the world and throughout history and utilizing critical integral theory to categorize the developmental and...


The Light Gray People: An Ethno-History of the Lipan Apaches of Texas and Northern Mexico

by Nancy McGown Minor

Lipan Apache culture was studied by Morris Opler, one of the most eminent anthropologists of the twentieth century, but many questions remain. This book seeks to complete a comparative analysis of traditional...


Understanding Muslim Discourse: Language, Tradition, and the Message of Bin Laden

by Mbaye Lo

This book provides a well-illustrated account of the major ideas currently in use within the Muslim discourse, and also examines the mechanics whereby Bin Laden's message has become popular, legitimate, and...


Visionaries In Our Midst: Ordinary People who are Changing our World

by Allison Silberberg

Visionaries In Our Midst is a compilation of essays, each focusing on an individual or individuals who saw an unmet social need in their community and did something about it. This is a book about those who inspire...


Chinese Characters: Profiles of Fast-Changing Lives in a Fast-Changing Land

by Jeffrey Wasserstrom, Angilee Shah & Pankaj Mishra

An artist paints landscapes of faraway places that she cannot identify in order to find her place in the global economy. A migrant worker sorts recyclables and thinks deeply about the soul of his country, while...


One More 'Lost Peace'?: Rethinking the Cold War After Twenty Years

by Raffaele D'Agata & Lawrence Gray

This book explores questions raised during a seminar discussion amongst a group of outstanding scholars. The result may be seen as a readable concentration of basic and meaningful insights that often defy a...


Printing Class: 'Isa Al-'Isa, Filastin, and the Textual Construction of National Identity, 1911-1931

by R. Michael Bracy

This book explores the manners and challenges in which alternating constructions of national identity were articulated in the writings of 'Isa al-'Isa and his newspaper Filastin. The time period under consideration...


Making Math Learning Fun for Inner City School Students

by Glendolyn Duhon-Jeanlouis, Alice Duhon-Ross McCallum & Ashraf Esmail

This book is an effective tool for educators and a textbook for professors of higher education. The concepts discussed in the book provide a body of knowledge that will enable leaders to understand the critical...


Citadel Values II: Essays for Contemplation

by Robert E., Jr. Freer

This book is an educational tool to capture the lessons and fortify students in the greater world beyond The Citadel. The essays of comfort and wisdom reflect the author's thinking and writing during tumultuous...


Dispositions as Habits of Mind: Making Professional Conduct More Intelligent

by Erskine S. Dottin

This book provides opportunities for candidates in teacher education programs, which focus on nurturing and assessing dispositions, to see the habits of mind for making professional conduct more intelligent,...


Hermes on Two Wheels: The Sociology of Bicycle Messengers

by Kevin Wehr

This book shows the dynamic world of the bicycle messenger through a sociological lens, based on a five-year participant observation study. The research shows how messengers work within a political-economic...


The Anatomy of a Deception: A Reconstruction and Analysis of the Decision to Invade Iraq

by Robert P. Abele

This book reconstructs the public dialogue that led to the United States collectively making the decision to invade and occupy the sovereign nation of Iraq. The book examines this public debate concerning the...


Mistake in Identity: A Cultural Studies Murder Mystery

by Arthur Asa Berger

What makes the 'self'? How is it created, defined, and transformed? Arthur Asa Berger's fascinating, educational whodunit novel unravels the mysteries of cultural studies theory, and more specifically, the complexities...


Global Nuclear Disarmament

by Lt Gen (Retd) V R Raghavan

Delhi Policy Group has worked for a decade on nuclear policy in India. It has generated an informed debate to influence policy by emphasizing the need for nuclear restraint and responsibility. The DPG was chosen...


Child Labor and the Urban Third World: Toward a New Understanding of the Problem

by Subrata Sankar Bagchi

This book, based on a decade of fieldwork among the poor and marginalized population in the city of Kolkata, will give readers an idea of how this problem has become inextricably bound with various other local...


The Iraqi Revolution of 1958: A Revolutionary Quest for Unity and Security

by Juan Romero

This book advances the argument that the events of July 14, 1958, when Iraqi military officers overthrew the British-installed Iraqi monarchy, constituted simultaneously as a coup and a revolution for a number...


The Economic Theory of Developing Countries' Rise: Explaining the Myth of Rapid Economic Growth in China

by Yangsheng Zhong, Xiaohui Wang & Guangmin He

This book is about the economics of developing countries' rise, based on the case of China and focuses on economic growth theory. It features traditional political economics and Chinese characteristics of socialism...


Turning Adversity to Advantage: A History of the Lipan Apaches of Texas and Northern Mexico, 1700-1900

by Nancy McGown Minor

This book tells the story of the Lipan Apaches, once one of the largest and most aggressive tribes of the Rio Grande region. The story of the history of the Lipan Apaches is a tale of survival and preservation...