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Into the Blue

by Susan Edsall

The Chicago Sun Times praises "Into the Blue is Susan Edsall's fascinating chronicle of the fight to get her father back into his beloved Big Sky...an engagingly readable testament to an everyday courage....Salted...


What Chinese Want

by Tom Doctoroff

Today, most Americans take for granted that China will be the next global superpower. But despite the nation's growing influence, the average Chinese person is still a mystery - or, at best, a baffling set of...


Where's the Truth?

by Wilhelm Reich, Mary Boyd Higgins & James E. Strick, PhD

Where’s the Truth? is the fourth and final volume of Wilhelm Reich’s autobiographical writings, drawn from his diaries, letters, and laboratory notebooks. These writings reveal the details of the outrider...


All We Know

by Lisa Cohen

Esther Murphy was a brilliant New York intellectual who dazzled friends and strangers with an unstoppable flow of conversation. But she never finished the books she was contracted to write—a painful failure...


Gravity's Engines

by Caleb Scharf

One of The Barnes and Noble Review Editors’ Picks: Best Nonfiction of 2012

Selected by The Christian Science Monitor as one of “21 smart nonfiction titles we think you'll enjoy this summer”

Selected by...


Confessions of a Failed Southern Lady

by Florence King

Confessions of a Failed Southern Lady is Florence King's classic memoir of her upbringing in an eccentric Southern family, told with all the uproarious wit and gusto that has made her one of the most admired...


Desolation and Enlightenment: Political Knowledge After Total War, Totalitarianism, and the Holocaust

by Ira Katznelson

During and especially after the Second World War, a group of leading scholars who had been perilously close to the war's devastation joined others fortunate enough to have been protected by distance in an effort...


Not Ours Alone: Patrimony, Value, and Collectivity in Contemporary Mexico

by Elizabeth Emma Ferry & June Nash

Elizabeth Ferry explores how members of the Santa Fe Cooperative, a silver mine in Mexico, give meaning to their labor in an era of rampant globalization. She analyzes the cooperative’s practices and the importance...


Heinous Crime: Cases, Causes, and Consequences

by Frederic G. Reamer

What circumstances lead someone to commit murder, rape, or acts of child molestation? Why does society have such a deep-seated wish for vengeance against perpetrators of heinous crimes? Can those found guilty...


Freud's Free Clinics: Psychoanalysis & Social Justice, 1918-1938

by Elizabeth Ann Danto

Today many view Sigmund Freud as an elitist whose psychoanalytic treatment was reserved for the intellectually and financially advantaged. However, in this new work Elizabeth Ann Danto presents a strikingly...


Joie de Vivre

by Harriet Welty Rochefort

An engaging exploration of the style that permeates all things French—perfect for anyone looking to achieve that classic French flair

For Harriet Welty Rochefort, an American who has lived in France for many...


Kicking the Carbon Habit: Global Warming and the Case for Renewable and Nuclear Energy

by William Sweet

With glaciers melting, oceans growing more acidic, species dying out, and catastrophic events like Hurricane Katrina ever more probable, strong steps must be taken now to slow global warming. Further warming...


Gypsies and the British Imagination, 1807-1930

by Deborah Epstein Nord

Gypsies and the British Imagination, 1807-1930, is the first book to explore fully the British obsession with Gypsies throughout the nineteenth century and into the twentieth. Deborah Epstein Nord traces various...


The Undiscovered Country: Poetry in the Age of Tin

by William Logan

William Logan has been called both the "preeminent poet-critic of his generation" and the "most hated man in American poetry." For more than a quarter century, in the keen-witted and bare-knuckled reviews that...


Enforcing the Peace: Learning from the Imperial Past

by Kimberly Zisk Marten

Anarchy makes it easy for terrorists to set up shop. Yet the international community has been reluctant to commit the necessary resources to peacekeeping -- with devastating results locally and around the globe....


The Man Who Saw a Ghost

by Devin McKinney

The first major biography of the iconic actor Henry Fonda, a story of stardom, manhood, and the American character

 

Henry Fonda's performances—in The Grapes of Wrath, Young Mr. Lincoln, The Lady Eve, 1...


Essential Law for Social Workers

by Robert G. Madden

-- Sandra Kopels

Associate Professor, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

School of Social Work


Tibetan Buddhists in the Making of Modern China

by Gray Tuttle

Over the past century and with varying degrees of success, China has tried to integrate Tibet into the modern Chinese nation-state. In this groundbreaking work, Gray Tuttle reveals the surprising role Buddhism...


The Glitter and the Gold

by Consuelo Vanderbilt Balsan

A new edition of Consuelo Vanderbilt Balsan's memoir—the story of the "real" Lady Grantham of Downton Abbey Consuelo Vanderbilt was young, beautiful, and heir to a vast fortune. She was also in love with...


The Present Personal

by Hagi Kenaan

Is philosophy deaf to the sound of the personal voice? While philosophy is experienced at admiring, resenting, celebrating, and, at times, renouncing language, philosophers have rarely succeeded in being intimate...