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The Traveller's Guide To Homoeopathy

by Phyllis Speight

Definitely not for those of you who are contemplating taking on Mount Everest or the Amazon, but this simple guide is the most sensible thing to pack for a business trip or holiday.

With a small, basic homoeopathic...


Ubiquitous Learning

by Bill Cope & Mary Kalantzis

This collection seeks to define the emerging field of "ubiquitous learning," an educational paradigm made possible in part by the omnipresence of digital media, supporting new modes of knowledge creation, communication,...


Intersecting Journeys: The Anthropology of Pilgrimage and Tourism

by Ellen Badone

Starting from the premise that religion--broadly defined--involves a quest for meaning, Intersecting Journeys seeks to bridge the conceptual dichotomy between pilgrimage as religious travel and tourism as secular...


Redesigning Women: Television after the Network Era

by Amanda D. Lotz

In the 1990s, American televison audiences witnessed an unprecedented rise in programming devoted explicitly to women. Cable networks such as Oxygen Media, Women's Entertainment Network, and Lifetime targeted...


African American Miners and Migrants: The Eastern Kentucky Social Club

by Thomas E. Wagner & Philip J. Obermiller

Thomas E. Wagner and Phillip J. Obermiller's African American Miners and Migrants documents the lives of Eastern Kentucky Social Club (EKSC) members, a group of black Appalachians who left the eastern Kentucky...


Songs in Black and Lavender: Race, Sexual Politics, and Women's Music

by Eileen M. Hayes

Eileen M. Hayes argues that the women's music festival, with its foundation in lesbian feminism, is a significant institutional site for the emergence of black feminist consciousness in the contemporary period....


Pertinent Questions And Answers About Homoeopathy

by Phyllis Speight

At the end of any lecture on homoeopathy there are numerous questions which often prove of great interest and help to those seeking an understanding of the subject.

The questions and answers given here are a...


High Mountains Rising: Appalachia in Time and Place

by Richard A. Straw & H. Tyler Blethen

This collection is the first comprehensive, cohesive volume to unite Appalachian history with its culture. Richard A. Straw and H. Tyler Blethen's High Mountains Rising provides a clear, systematic, and engaging...


The Rural Face of White Supremacy: Beyond Jim Crow

by Mark Roman Schultz

Mark Schultz entered rural Hancock County expecting to confirm the standard expectations about race relations in the South, an area characterized by frequent lynchings, systematic segregation, and universal...


Sweet Charlie, Dike, Cazzie, and Bobby Joe: High School Basketball in Illinois

by Taylor H. A. Bell

This is the definitive book on Illinois high school basketball, the one long-time fans have been waiting for. Taylor Bell has done a marvelous job of researching the games, the players, and the coaches to produce...


The Enchantments of Technology

by Lee Bailey

In The Enchantments of Technology, Lee Worth Bailey erases the conventional distinction between myth and machine in order to explore the passionate foundations concealed in technological culture and address...


Battles and Leaders of the Civil War: Volume 6

by Peter Cozzens

The first four volumes of Battles and Leaders of the Civil War, published in the late nineteenth century, became the best-selling and most frequently cited works ever published on the Civil War. Volume 6 (like...


Homoeopathy For Emergencies

by Phyllis Speight

This small book has been written to enable those with no knowledge of homoeopathy to apply the remedies in emergencies and injuries.

These are safe and have no side effects and if well chosen to match the patient's...


Into the Vortex: Female Voice and Paradox in Film

by Britta H. Sjogren

Into the Vortex challenges and rethinks feminist film theory's brilliant but often pessimistic reflections on the workings of sound and voice in film. Including close readings of major film theorists such as...


Scenes from the High Desert: Julian Steward's Life and Theory

by Virginia Kerns

In this generous biography, Kerns focuses on the ideas and experiences that gave rise to Stewards theory of cultural ecology and most influenced American anthropology. This volume locates the concept of cultural...


Robert Johnson: Lost and Found

by Barry Lee Pearson & Bill McCulloch

In this volume, Barry Lee Pearson and Bill McCulloch examine the full range of writings about Johnson (including books, articles, and record notes) to sift fact from fiction. They compare conflicting accounts...


The Book of Mormon: A Reader's Edition

by Grant Hardy

The Book of Mormon -- first published in 1830 -- is one of the most significant documents in American religious history. The Readers Edition reformats the complete, unchanged 1920 text in the manner of modern...


Sport, Play, and Ethical Reflection

by Randolph Feezell

In paperback for the first time, Randolph Feezells Sport, Play, and Ethical Reflection immediately tackles two big questions about sport: What is it?? and Why does it attract so many people?? Feezell argues...


Coughs & Wheezes

by Phyllis Speight

The author Phyllis Speight remembers having pneumonia when she was four years old, and suffering chest colds for many years before being introduced to homeopathic treatment, long-standing effective remedies....


NAFTA and Labor in North America

by Norman Caulfield

As companies increasingly look to the global market for capital, cheaper commodities and labor, and lower production costs, the impact on Mexican and American workers and labor unions is significant. National...