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Girls Behind Bars: Reclaiming Education in Transformative Spaces

by Suniti Sharma

Girls Behind Bars: Reclaiming Education in Transformative Spaces, intervenes in this critical moment of unprecedented incarceration of young girls and participates in their struggle to reclaim education and...


Scripting Middle East Leaders: The Impact of Leadership Perceptions on U.S. and UK Foreign Policy

by Sir Lawrence Freedman & Jeffrey Michaels

Both the US and the UK seemed caught off-guard by the uprisings in Libya and Egypt and policymakers had to deal with leaders that switched from being allies to "pariahs."

This collection of essays, written by...


Children's Literature in Second Language Education

by Janice Bland & Christiane Lütge

Bringing together leading scholars and teacher educators from across the world, from Europe and the USA to Asia, this book presents the latest research and new perspectives into the uses of children's literature...


Style in Theory: Between Literature and Philosophy

by Ivan Callus & James Corby

'What, in theory, is style? How has style been rethought in literary theory?'

Drawing together leading academics working within and across the disciplines of English, philosophy, literary theory, and comparative...


The Last Western: Deadwood and the End of American Empire

by Jennifer Greiman & Paul Stasi

Perhaps the most sophisticated and complex of shows in HBO’s recent history, Deadwood has surprisingly little coverage in our current scholarship. Grounding contemporary anxieties about race and class, domesticity...


Anti-Badiou: The Introduction of Maoism Into Philosophy

by Francois Laruelle & Robin Mackay

This compelling and highly original book represents a confrontation between two of the most radical thinkers at work in France today: Alain Badiou and the author, Fran�ois Laruelle.

At face value, the two have...


Leadership and Religious Schools: International Perspectives and Challenges

by Michael T Buchanan

Leadership in religious schools is a complex and often misunderstood subject. Educational leaders must perform the dual task of encouraging religious identities while relating them to wider issues of citizenship....


Echoes from Freire for a Critically Engaged Pedagogy

by Peter Mayo

In this concise and accessible text, Peter Mayo outlines some of the major concepts in Freire's praxis. In pursuit of a critically engaging pedagogy, Mayo compares Freire's work with a range of other thinkers...


Collingwood's the Idea of History: A Reader's Guide

by Peter Johnson

The Idea of History is the best known work of the Oxford philosopher and historian RG Collingwood. Published posthumously in 1946 it is, in effect, two books: a historiography and a philosophy of history. Students...


Conflicted are the Peacemakers: Israeli and Palestinian Moderates and the Death of Oslo

by Eric N Budd

The 1993 Oslo Accords were a key attempt to resolve the Palestinian-Israeli conflict whose failure was largely attributed to extremists on both sides. The book challenges this conventional wisdom by examining...


Hamlet's Dreams: The Robben Island Shakespeare

by David Schalkwyk

Hamlet's Dreams brings together the Robben Island Prison of Nelson Mandela and the prison that is Denmark for Shakespeare's Hamlet. David Shalkwyk uses the circulation of the so-called 'Robben Island Shakespeare',...


Excursions with Kierkegaard: Others, Goods, Death, and Final Faith

by Edward F Mooney

Noted Kierkegaard scholar Edward Mooney guides the reader through the major themes of the Danish philosopher's life and thought. Each chapter frames a striking issue, usually encapsulated in a short passage...


You Can Still Make a Killing

by Nicholas Pierpan

He wants me to fuck about with paper clips in some office with a smile on my face, fuck him . . . but there's just one thing I've got to take care of first. I've got to do something to make this right.

Four years...


Straight

by D.C. Moore

Based on the motion picture Humpday (written & directed in 2009 by Lynn Shelton), Straight is a razor-sharp new comedy from acclaimed writer D. C. Moore about male friendship, sexuality and how the two things...


James Graham Plays: 1: A History of Falling Things, Tory Boyz, the Man, the Whisky Taster, Sons of York

by James Graham

This collection brings together four of Graham's most successful and entertaining plays, each representing a relationship with a theatre with which he has worked and introduced by the author. One of the plays,...


Handbook of Green Information and Communication Systems

by Mohammad S. Obaidat, Alagan Anpalagan & Isaac Woungang

This book gives a comprehensive guide on the fundamental concepts, applications, algorithms, protocols, new trends and challenges, and research results in the area of Green Information and Communications Systems....


Skunk Works: A Personal Memoir of My Years of Lockheed

by Ben R. Rich & Leo Janos

From the development of the U-2 to the Stealth fighter, the never-before-told story behind America's high-stakes quest to dominate the skies Skunk Works is the true story of America's most secret and successful...


Last Train to Memphis: The Rise of Elvis Presley

by Peter Guralnick

From the moment that he first shook up the world in the mid 1950s, Elvis Presley has been one of the most vivid and enduring myths of American culture.

Last Train to Memphis: The Rise of Elvis Presley is the...


Feel Like Going Home: Portraits in Blues and Rock 'n' Roll

by Peter Guralnick

This vivid celebration of blues and early rock 'n' roll includes some of the first and most illuminating profiles of such blues masters as Muddy Waters, Skip James, and Howlin' Wolf; excursions into the blues-based...


Sweet Soul Music: Rhythm and Blues and the Southern Dream of Freedom

by Peter Guralnick

This masterful exploration of American roots music--country, rockabilly, and the blues--spotlights the artists who created a distinctly American sound, including Ernest Tubb, Bobby "Blue" Bland, Elvis Presley,...