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Practice research partnerships in social work: Making a difference

by Christa Fouché

This comprehensive, accessibly written resource, is designed to help students and practitioners explore partnerships in creating, contributing, consuming, commissioning or critiquing evidence in and for social...


The Sociology of Marx

by Henri Lefebvre

The crucial importance of Karl Marx’s thought for his own time and for ours is beyond dispute, but the there have always been two considerable impediments to understanding: first, the supposed complexity with...


How to Marry a Black Man

by Monique Jellerette Dejongh & Cassandra Cato-Louis

Ten of Monique and Cassandra's twenty-five tips...

1.      Get your act togetha, so when you finally do meet Mr. Right, he can't resist you.

2.      Smile and say "hello" to every Black man you see....


Autobiography of an Archive: A Scholar's Passage to India

by Nicholas B. Dirks

The decades between 1970 and the end of the twentieth century saw the disciplines of history and anthropology draw closer together, with historians paying more attention to social and cultural factors and the...


Is Shame Necessary?: New Uses for an Old Tool

by Jennifer Jacquet

An urgent, illuminating exploration of the social nature of shame and of how it might be used to promote large-scale political change and social reform.

 

In cultures that champion the individual, guilt is...


Madison's Gift: Five Partnerships That Built America

by David O. Stewart

Historian David O. Stewart restores James Madison, sometimes overshadowed by his fellow Founders, to his proper place as the most significant framer of the new nation.

Short, plain, balding, neither soldier nor...


Believer: My Forty Years in Politics

by David Axelrod

New York Times Book Review

“A stout defense--indeed, the best I have read--of the Obama years."

A New York Times Bestseller

David Axelrod has always been a believer. Whether as a young journalist investigating...


Wide-Open World: How Volunteering Around the Globe Changed One Family's Lives Forever

by John Marshall

For readers of Three Cups of Tea; Eat, Pray, Love; and Wild comes the inspiring story of an ordinary American family that embarks on an extraordinary journey. Wide-Open World follows the Marshall family as they...


Targets of Hatred

by Eleanor J. Bader & Patricia Baird-Windle

Targets of Hatred charts the development of the anti-abortion movement in North America. Beginning in the years preceding the 1973 Roe vs. Wade decision that legalized abortion, the book examines the roles played...


Fukushima: The Story of a Nuclear Disaster

by David Lochbaum, Edwin Lyman & Susan Q. Stranahan

“A gripping, suspenseful page-turner” (Kirkus Reviews) with a “fast-paced, detailed narrative that moves like a thriller” (International Business Times), Fukushima teams two leading experts from the Union...


The Libertarian Mind: A Manifesto for Freedom

by David Boaz

A revised, updated, and retitled edition of David Boaz’s classic book Libertarianism: A Primer, which was praised as uniting “history, philosophy, economics and law—spiced with just the right anecdotes—to...


Global Media Entertainment: A Critical Introduction

by Lee Artz

Balancing provocative criticism with clear explanations ofcomplex ideas, this student-friendly introduction investigates thecrucial role global entertainment media has played in the emergenceof transitional...


Trust Betrayed: Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, and the Selling Out of America's National Security

by Scott Taylor

Loose Lips Sink Ships

Every American knows the old World War II saying—but ex-Navy SEAL sniper Scott Taylor believes today's leaders have forgotten it. After serving his country for eight years and watching...


$pread: The Best of the Magazine that Illuminated the Sex Industry and Started a Media Revolution

by Rachel Aimee, Eliyanna Kaiser & Audacia Ray

The essential collection by sex workers on sex work, prostitute rights, and the real media whores who sensationalize them.


Patriotic Betrayal: The Inside Story of the CIA's Secret Campaign to Enroll American Students in the Crusade Against Communism

by Karen M Paget

In this revelatory book, Karen M. Paget shows how the CIA turned the National Student Association into an intelligence asset during the Cold War, with students used-often wittingly and sometimes unwittingly-as...


Archaeology of Wak'as: Explorations of the Sacred in the Pre-Columbian Andes

by Tamara L. Bray

In this edited volume, Andean wak'as—idols, statues, sacred places, images, and oratories—play a central role in understanding Andean social philosophies, cosmologies, materialities, temporalities, and constructions...


Method and Theory in Paleoethnobotany

by John M. Marston, Jade d'Alpoim Guedes & Christina Warinner

Paleoethnobotany, the study of archaeological plant remains, is poised at the intersection of the study of the past and concerns of the present, including agricultural decision making, biodiversity, and global...


Stories, Myths, Chants, and Songs of the Kuna Indians

by Joel Sherzer & Olokwagdi de Akwanusadup

The Kuna Indians of Panama, probably best known for molas, their colorful appliqué blouses, also have a rich literary tradition of oral stories and performances. One of the largest indigenous groups in the...


Breaking the Silence: Voices of the British Children of Refugees from Nazism

by Merilyn Moos

An in-depth analysis of the memories and experiences of the British second generation of refugees from Nazism before the Holocaust. This oral history project investigates the impact of their parents’ trauma,...


The Age of Dignity: Preparing for the Elder Boom in a Changing America

by Ai-jen Poo

By 2035, 11.5 million Americans will be over the age of eighty-five, more than double today’s 5 million, living longer than ever before. To enable all of us to age with dignity and security in the face of...