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The Cancer Treatment Revolution: How Smart Drugs and Other New Therapies Are Renewing Our Hope and Changing the Face of Medicine

by David G. Nathan

Praise for The Cancer Treatment Revolution

"A wonderful journey through modern medical science, told with warmth and insight, brought to life through the stories of people confronting cancer. This book will inspire...


When the Body Says No: Understanding the Stress-Disease Connection

by Gabor Maté

Praise For WHEN THE BODY SAYS NO"Once thought to be in the domain of genes, our health and behavior have recently been revealed to be controlled by our perception of the environment and our beliefs. Gabor Mate,...


Fatal Rivalry: Flodden, 1513: Henry VIII and James IV and the Decisive Battle for Renaissance Britain

by George Goodwin

Flodden 1513: the biggest and bloodiest Anglo-Scottish battle. Its causes spanned many centuries; its consequences were as extraordinary as the battle itself. On September 9, 1513, the vicious rivalry between...


Another City upon a Hill: A New England Memoir

by Joseph A. Conforti

A searching portrait of a city battered by the collapse of the textile industry woven into a spirited coming of age story


Martin Luther: A Life

by Martin E. Marty

Called ?The most influential interpreter of American religion? by Bill Moyers, renowned historian and Lutheran pastor Martin Marty portrays the religious reformer Martin Luther as a man of conscience and courage...


Mamluk Art. The Splendour and Magic of the Sultans

by Abdullah Abdel Hamid El-Attar, Salah El-Bahnasi & Mohamed Abd El-Aziz

From slaves to sultans, the history of the Mamluks is one of a prodigious rise to power, an epic worthy of a place alongside the most exciting of adventure novels. Palace uprisings, bloody intrigues, murders,...


Environmental Sociology: From Analysis to Action

by Leslie King & Deborah McCarthy Auriffeille

Environmental Sociology encourages students to use the sociological imagination to explore a broad spectrum of issues facing the environment today. The third edition of this reader includes an updated introduction...


Racism without Racists: Color-Blind Racism and the Persistence of Racial Inequality in America

by Eduardo Bonilla-Silva

Racism without Racists is a provocative challenge to color-blind thinking in America. The fourth edition of Eduardo Bonilla-Silva’s acclaimed book adds a chapter on what he calls "the new racism" to provide...


The Food Snob's Dictionary: An Essential Lexicon of Gastronomical Knowledge

by Marion Rosenfeld, David Kamp & Ross Macdonald

Food Snob n: reference term for the sort of food obsessive for whom the actual joy of eating and cooking is but a side dish to the accumulation of arcane knowledge about these subjects

From the author of The...


Globalization and the Environment

by Peter Christoff & Robyn Eckersley

This book by two leading scholars offers the first systematic analysis of the relationship between globalization and the environment from the early Modern period to the present. Peter Christoff and Robyn Eckersley...


The Universe in a Mirror: The Saga of the Hubble Space Telescope and the Visionaries Who Built It

by Robert Zimmerman

The Hubble Space Telescope has produced the most stunning images of the cosmos humanity has ever seen. It has transformed our understanding of the universe around us, revealing new information about its age...


After Colonialism: Imperial Histories and Postcolonial Displacements: Imperial Histories and Postcolonial Displacements

by Gyan Prakash

After Colonialism offers a fresh look at the history of colonialism and the changes in knowledge, disciplines, and identities produced by the imperial experience. Ranging across disciplines--from history to...


The Ambiguous Embrace: Government and Faith-Based Schools and Social Agencies: Government and Faith-Based Schools and Social Agencies

by Charles L. Glenn & Peter L. Berger

This is a time of far-reaching change and debate in American education and social policy, spurred in part by a rediscovery that civil-society institutions are often better than government at meeting human needs....


Agents of Apocalypse: Epidemic Disease in the Colonial Philippines

by Ken De Bevoise

As waves of epidemic disease swept the Philippines in the late nineteenth century, some colonial physicians began to fear that the indigenous population would be wiped out. Many Filipinos interpreted the contagions...


Ethnonationalist Conflict in Postcommunist States: Varieties of Governance in Bulgaria, Macedonia, and Kosovo

by Maria Koinova

Tracing the development of informally institutionalized conflict dynamics in Bulgaria, Macedonia, and Kosovo, Maria Koinova analyzes why some conflicts were resolved with minimal violence after the end of communism...


48 Liberal Lies About American History: (That You Probably Learned in School)

by Larry Schweikart

A historian debunks four-dozen PC myths about our nation?s past.

Over the last forty years, history textbooks have become more and more politically correct and distorted about our country?s past, argues professor...


White Flight: Atlanta and the Making of Modern Conservatism

by Kevin M. Kruse

During the civil rights era, Atlanta thought of itself as "The City Too Busy to Hate," a rare place in the South where the races lived and thrived together. Over the course of the 1960s and 1970s, however, so...


The Home Apothecary: Cold Spring Apothecary's Cookbook of Hand-Crafted Remedies & Recipes for the Hair, Skin, Body, and Home

by Stacey Dugliss-Wesselman

An apothecary is a skilled craftsperson who compounds herbal mixtures that enhance health and beauty. Put aside the modern world of tricky marketing and harmful chemicals and create your own apothecary solutions....


Joan of Arc: A Life

by Mary Gordon

? A master of the story form? (The New York Times) offers a fresh, revealing portrait of the legendary saint Celebrated novelist Mary Gordon brings Joan of Arc alive as a complex figure full of contradictions...


Addressing Customer Paradoxes in the Digital World

by Eric Falque & Sarah-Jayne Williams

The digital world is barely 20 years old, yet it continues to dramatically transform how customers transact, relate and experience your brand.

Customers are empowered by digital but they seem to want incompatible...