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Latin Politics, Global Media

by Elizabeth Fox & Silvio Waisbord

The globalization of media industries that began during the 1980s and 1990s occurred at the same time as the establishment of or return to democratic forms of government in many Latin American countries. In...

Ireland and the Classical World

by Philip Freeman

On the boundary of what the ancient Greeks and Romans considered the habitable world, Ireland was a land of myth and mystery in classical times. Classical authors frequently portrayed its people as savages-even...

The Invention of the Jewish Gaucho: Villa Clara and the Construction of Argentine Identity

by Judith Noemí|| Freidenberg

By the mid-twentieth century, Eastern European Jews had become one of Argentina's largest minorities. Some represented a wave of immigration begun two generations before; many settled in the province of Entre...

Texas Earthquakes

by Cliff Frohlich & Scott D. Davis

When nature goes haywire in Texas, it isn't usually an earthshaking event. Though droughts, floods, tornadoes, and hail all keep Texans talking about the unpredictable weather, when it comes to earthquakes,...

Temples of the Earthbound Gods: Stadiums in the Cultural Landscapes of Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires

by Christopher Thomas Gaffney

In Rio de Janeiro, the spiritual home of world football, and Buenos Aires, where a popular soccer club president was recently elected mayor, the game is an integral part of national identity. Using the football...

Antiphon and Andocides

by Michael Gagarin & Douglas M. MacDowell

Classical oratory is an invaluable resource for the study of ancient Greek life and culture. The speeches offer evidence on Greek moral views, social and economic conditions, political and social ideology, and...

Blue-Ribbon Babies and Labors of Love: Race, Class, and Gender in U.S. Adoption Practice

by Christine Ward Gailey

Most Americans assume that shared genes or blood relationships provide the strongest basis for family. What can adoption tell us about this widespread belief and American kinship in general? Blue-Ribbon Babies...

The Unreasonable Fellows

by Myshkin Ingawala & Nikita Singh

To achieve what you want to, to do what you truly believe in, you’ve got to be unreasonable! How many of us dream about changing the world when we grow up? How many of us actually have the courage to take...

George W. Brackenridge: Maverick Philanthropist

by Marilyn Mcadams Sibley

George W. Brackenridge (1832-1920) was a paradox to his fellow Texans. A Republican in a solidly Democratic state, a financier in a cattleman's country, a Prohibitionist in the goodtime town of San Antonio,...

The Normans in South Wales, 1070-1171

by Lynn H. Nelson

A frontier has been called "an area inviting entrance." For the Norman invaders of England the Welsh peninsula was such an area. Fertile forested lowlands invited agricultural occupation; a fierce but primitive...

Mier Expedition Diary: A Texan Prisoner's Account

by Joseph D. McCutchan, Joseph Milton Nance & Jane A. Kenamore

Few episodes in Texas history have excited more popular interest than the Mier Expedition of 1842. Nineteen-year-old Joseph D. McCutchan was among the 300 Texans who, without the cover of the Lone Star flag,...

One Hundred & One Folktales From India

by Eunice de Souza

In every corner of India, there is a wealth of folktales-funny, fabulous and fantastical. In this collection, Eunice de Souza brings together one hundred and one wonderful stories, both familiar and unknown....

The Laws of Perseverance: Reversing Your Common Sense

by Ryuho Okawa

I have cited many examples from the four great saints - Shakyamuni Buddha, Jesus Christ, Socrates and Confucius - to Jan Hus, Joan of Arc, Lincoln and Shoin Yoshida. People who have left their mark on history...

Your First Year of Work: A Survival Guide

by Shelagh Foster

Are you in your first job? Are you trying to find your first job? Are you stressing about entering the workplace? Are your parents stressing about you finding your first job? Shelagh Foster has seen so many...

What to Do When You Want to Give Up: Help for Entrepreneurs in Tough Times

by Allon Raiz & Trevor Waller

Being an entrepreneur is hard. When times are tough, it gets even harder. What do you do when all the financial indicators are telling you that you are a failure, but a voice deep inside is telling you that...

Oor Bokdrolletjies en Rosyntjies

by Jonathan Jansen

Toe Prof. Jonathan Jansen 'n kind was, het sy ma 'n spreekwoord gehad wat hom bygebly het: ""My kind, bokdrolletjies is nou eenmaal nie rosyntjies, al lyk dit baie dieselfde. Moet nooit die twee deurmekaar kry...

Menopause: Everything You Need to Know

by Nicole Jaff

Nicole has tremendous empathy for helping women understand what is happening to them during menopause and her empowering approach to wellness means women walk away knowing and believing menopause can be a positive...

Lose the Business Plan: What They Don't Tell You About Being an Entrepreneur

by Allon Raiz & Trevor Waller

96% of small businesses fail within ten years -- so what does it take to be a successful entrepreneur? How can you beat the statistics and create and grow a successful business? Allon Raiz challenges readers...

For God's Sake

by Ambi Parameswaran & Amish Tripathi

An adman constantly strives to connect market research data to insight on a winning campaign. Ambi Parmeshwaran has developed a fascination for how Indians are getting more religious but also more consumption...

We Need to Talk

by Jonathan Jansen

Ways of speaking can help heal or they can provoke; they can inflame passions or settle nerves.' Professor Jonathan Jansen is fast becoming a household name in South Africa, for his critical and at times inconvenient...