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Tropical Wetland Management: The South-American Pantanal and the International Experience

by Antonio Augusto Rossotto Ioris

Recent scientific development and politico-institutional experiences related to the conservation of the South-American Pantanal are explored in this book in relation to what is happening in other tropical wetland...


The European Union in the G8: Promoting Consensus and Concerted Actions for Global Public Goods

by Marina Larionova

An eminent international line up of experts in law, political science, economics and history examine the dynamics of the European Union's (EU) development as a collective member of the G8 and G20. Each contribution...


The Chester Cycle in Context, 1555-1575: Religion, Drama, and the Impact of Change

by Jessica Dell, David Klausner & Helen Ostovich

The Chester Cycle in Context, 1555-1575 considers the implications of recent archival research which has profoundly changed our view of the continuation of performances of Chester's civic biblical play cycle...


Researching Non-Heterosexual Sexualities

by Constantinos N. Phellas

After widespread neglect over many years, the study of human sexuality has recently come to the forefront of many of the most important debates in contemporary society and culture. This book addresses seriously...


Passion and Paranoia: Emotions and the Culture of Emotion in Academia

by Charlotte Bloch

Analysing emotions and emotion-management in the academic organization, Passion and Paranoia shows how focusing on emotions in organizations can offer insights into important aspects and the dynamics of organizational...


Neoliberal Culture: Living with American Neoliberalism

by Patricia Ventura

Departing from the conventional understanding of neoliberalism as a set of economic and political policies favoring free markets, Neoliberal Culture presents a framework for analyzing neoliberalism in the United...


Literary Form as Postcolonial Critique: Epic Proportions

by Katharine Burkitt

Focusing on works by Derek Walcott, Les Murray, Anne Carson, and Bernardine Evaristo, Katharine Burkitt investigates the relationship between literary form and textual politics in postcolonial narrative poems...


Learning and Mobilising for Community Development: A Radical Tradition of Community-Based Education and Training

by Peter Westoby & Lynda Shevellar

Learning and Mobilising for Community Development introduces the reader to different ways of thinking about, and organising community-based education and training within different settings. Stories from the...


Gender, Nation and Religion in European Pilgrimage

by Willy Jansen & Catrien Notermans

Despite the forces of secularization in Europe, old pilgrimage routes are attracting huge numbers of people and given new meanings in the process. In pilgrimage, religious or spiritual meanings are interwoven...


Enacting Brittany: Tourism and Culture in Provincial France, 1871-1939

by Patrick Young

Brittany offers an excellent example of a French region that once attracted a certain cultivated elite of travel connoisseurs but in which more popular tourism developed relatively early in the twentieth century....


Aesthetics beyond the Arts: New and Recent Essays

by Arnold Berleant

Taking the view that aesthetics is a study grounded in perception, the essays in this volume exhibit many sides of the perceptual complex that is the aesthetic field and develop them in different ways. They...


Advances in Traffic Psychology

by Mark Sullman & Lisa Dorn

Traffic psychology is a rapidly expanding and broad field within applied psychology with a considerable volume of research activities and a growing network of academic strands of enquiry. The discipline primarily...


Turkey and the European Union: Processes of Europeanisation

by Çigdem Nas & Yonca Özer

The accession of Turkey to the EU presents a fascinating case study for all those with an interest in europeanisation. Officially recognised as a candidate for full membership in 1999 Turkey's negotiations with...


Touching Space, Placing Touch

by Mark Paterson & Martin Dodge

Given that touch and touching is so central to everyday embodied existence, why has it been largely ignored by social scientists for so long? What is the place of touch in our mixed spaces of sociality, work,...


The Nature of the Soul: The Soul as Narrative

by Terrance W. Klein

This book offers a contemporary Christian explication of the word 'soul' that uses Wittgenstein and his interpreters to suggest that human intelligence and desire cannot be 'mapped into the world' that is described...


Pilgrims and Politics: Rediscovering the Power of the Pilgrimage

by Antón M. Pazos

The objective of this book is to analyse the historical relationships between the phenomenon of Christian pilgrimage and political power within Europe, from the Middle Ages up to the present day. It establishes...


Opera, Theatrical Culture and Society in Late Eighteenth-Century Naples

by Anthony R. DelDonna

The operatic culture of late eighteenth-century Naples represents the fullest expression of a matrix of creators, practitioners, theorists, patrons, and entrepreneurs linking aristocratic, public and religious...


Music and Ethics

by Marcel Cobussen & Nanette Nielsen

It seems self-evident that music plays more than just an aesthetic role in contemporary society. In addition, music's social, political, emancipatory, and economical functions have been the subject of much recent...


'Rock On': Women, Ageing and Popular Music

by Ros Jennings & Abigail Gardner

For female pop stars, whose star bodies and star performances are undisputedly the objects of a sexualized external gaze, the process of ageing in public poses particular challenges. Taking a broadly feminist...


The Atheist Milton

by Michael E. Bryson

Basing his contention on two different lines of argument, Michael Bryson posits that John Milton-possibly the most famous 'Christian' poet in English literary history-was, in fact, an atheist.

First, based on...