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Stranger to History

by Aatish Taseer

“Indispensable reading for anyone who wants a wider understanding of the Islamic world, of its history and its politics.” —Financial Times

Aatish Taseer’s fractured upbringing left him with many questions...


The Dialectic of Sex

by Shulamith Firestone

“No one can understand how feminism has evolved without reading this radical, inflammatory second-wave landmark.” —Naomi Wolf

Originally published in 1970, when Shulamith Firestone was just twenty-five...


Principles of Gender-Specific Medicine

by Marianne J. Legato, William Byne & Nancy E. Davidson

The field of gender-specific medicine examines how normal human biology and physiology differs between men and women and how the diagnosis and treatment of disease differs as a function of gender. This revealing...


The Hitler Salute

by Tilman Allert

A strikingly original investigation of the origins and dissemination of the world's most infamous greeting

 

Sometimes the smallest detail reveals the most about a culture. In Heil Hitler: The History of a Gesture...


Complementary and Alternative Therapies and the Aging Population: An Evidence-Based Approach

by Ronald Watson

The major objective of this book is to review in detail health problems occurring with significant frequency in aging adults which are proposed to be treated or ameliorated using nutriceuticals as foods and...


A Small Place

by Jamaica Kincaid

A brilliant look at colonialism and its effects in Antigua--by the author of Annie John

"If you go to Antigua as a tourist, this is what you will see. If you come by aeroplane, you will land at the V. C. Bird...


5001 Nights at the Movies

by Pauline Kael

The intelligent person’s guide to the movies, with more than 2,800 reviews Look up a movie in this guide, and chances are you’ll find yourself reading on about the next movie and the next. Pauline Kael’s...


Pathways to Peace

by Daniel C. Kurtzer

Upheavals in the Middle East are challenging long held assumptions about politics and governance. The United States faces a moment of truth when half-measures, short-sighted expedients, and delays can no longer...


Divine Vintage

by Joel Butler & Randall Heskett

Winner of the Gourmand Wine Books prize for 'Best Drinks Writing Book' in the UK

A fascinating journey through ancient wine country that reveals the drinking habits of early Christians, from Abraham to Jesus....


Brandstorm

by Liz Nickles & Savita Iyer

Branding has become ubiquitous, with new brands becoming word-of-mouth successes literally overnight, and many welcome the easy familiarity they bring to daily life. But now brand proliferation is threatening...


Unconscious Branding

by Douglas Van Praet

For too long marketers have been asking the wrong question. If consumers make decisions unconsciously, why do we persist in asking them directly through traditional marketing research why they do what they do?...


Listening for Madeleine

by Leonard S. Marcus

Writer. Matriarch. Mentor. Friend. Icon.

Madeleine L'Engle is perhaps best recognized as the author of A Wrinkle in Time, the enduring milestone work of fantasy fiction that won the 1963 John Newbery Medal for...


Neuroeconomics: Decision Making and the Brain

by Paul W. Glimcher

Neuroeconomics is a new highly promising approach to understanding the neurobiology of decision making and how it affects cognitive social interactions between humans and societies/economies. This book is the...


What Body Part Is That?

by Andy Griffiths & Terry Denton

In its 68 fully illustrated, 99.9% fact-free chapters, What Body Part Is That? will explain everything you ever needed to know about your body without the boring technical jargon and scientific accuracy that...


Rwanda, Inc.

by Patricia Crisafulli & Andrea Redmond

Eighteen years after the genocide that made Rwanda international news, but left it all but abandoned by the West, the country has achieved a miraculous turnaround. Rising out of the complete devastation of a...


Grammar Girl's 101 Troublesome Words You'll Master in No Time

by Mignon Fogarty

Millions of people around the world communicate better thanks to Mignon Fogarty, aka Grammar Girl, whose top-rated weekly grammar podcast has been downloaded more than 40 million times. Now she’s turning...


My Life in Politics

by Jacques Chirac & Catherine Spencer

Along with Mikhail Gorbachev, Helmut Kohl, and Francois Mitterand, Jacques Chirac is one of the most iconic statesmen of the twentieth century. Two-time president of France, mayor of Paris, and international...


The Second Nuclear Age

by Paul Bracken

A leading international security strategist offers a compelling new way to "think about the unthinkable."

The cold war ended more than two decades ago, and with its end came a reduction in the threat of nuclear...


Cross-Layer Resource Allocation in Wireless Communications: Techniques and Models from Phy and Mac Layer Interaction

by Ana I. Perez-Neira & Realp Campalans, Marc

Resource allocation in wireless networks is traditionally approached either through information theory or communications networks. To break down the barriers between these distinct approaches, this book bridges...


Sex Changes

by Christine Benvenuto

What do you do when the other woman is your husband? A wife's memoir of her husband's sex change Christine Benvenuto had been married for more than twenty years—with three young children—when her husband...