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Cheap Meat: Flap Food Nations in the Pacific Islands

by Deborah Gewertz & Frederick Errington

Cheap Meat follows the controversial trade in inexpensive fatty cuts of lamb or mutton, called "flaps," from the farms of New Zealand and Australia to their primary markets in the Pacific islands of Papua New...


The Fish Rots From The Head: The Crisis in our Boardrooms: Developing the Crucial Skills of the Competent Director

by Bob Garratt

As a Chinese proverb says 'The fish rots from the head' and so it is with businesses and other organisations - the buck starts and stops in the boardroom. This third edition of Bob Garratt'sbestselling book...


Black and Blue: The Origins and Consequences of Medical Racism

by John Hoberman

Black & Blue is the first systematic description of how American doctors think about racial differences and how this kind of thinking affects the treatment of their black patients. The standard studies of medical...


Parasites: Tales of Humanity's Most Unwelcome Guests

by Rosemary Drisdelle

Hidden away within living tissues, parasites are all around us-and inside us. Yet, despite their unsavory characteristics, as we find in this compulsively readable book, parasites have played an enormous role...


The Politics of Gender in Colonial Korea: Education, Labor, and Health, 1910-1945

by Theodore Jun Yoo

This study examines how the concept of "Korean woman" underwent a radical transformation in Korea's public discourse during the years of Japanese colonialism. Theodore Jun Yoo shows that as women moved out of...


Before Taliban: Genealogies of  the Afghan Jihad

by David B. Edwards

In this powerful book, David B. Edwards traces the lives of three recent Afghan leaders in Afghanistan's history--Nur Muhammad Taraki, Samiullah Safi, and Qazi Amin Waqad--to explain how the promise of progress...


Aircraft Carriers

by Norman Polmar

The classic work completely revised and updated in two volumes


The Birth of the Grand Old Party: The Republicans' First Generation

by Randall Miller, Robert Engs & James McPherson

This collection of six original essays by some of America's most distinguished historians of the Civil War era examines the origins and evolution of the Republican party over the course of its first generation....


Making Seafood Sustainable: American Experiences in Global Perspective

by Mansel Blackford

Making Seafood Sustainable shows how and why sustainable fishing and seafood management can work by looking at past success stories in dealing with the global overfishing crisis, especially in American waters....


Lucretia Mott's Heresy: Abolition and Women's Rights in Nineteenth-Century America

by Carol Faulkner

Lucretia Mott was a central figure in the interconnected struggles for racial and sexual equality in nineteenth-century America. This biography, the first in thirty years, focuses on Mott's long and controversial...


Hitler and America

by Klaus Fischer

Historian Klaus P. Fischer seeks to understand more deeply how Hitler viewed America, the nation that was central to Germany's defeat. He reveals Hitler's split-minded image of America, consisting of two contrary...


Corporate Governance Failures: The Role of Institutional Investors in the Global Financial Crisis

by James Hawley, Shyam Kamath & Andrew Williams

Legal and financial practitioners and researchers investigate the role of institutional investors in the corporate governance failures that contributed to the recent global financial crisis. The authors also...


Storytelling about Your Brand Online & Offline: A Compelling Guide to Discovering Your Story

by Bernadette Martin

Neurological research has confirmed the power of storytelling as a communicative tool. In Personal Branding Strategist, Bernadette Martin demonstrates how stories have transformed corporate images as well as...


Against the Wall: Poor, Young, Black, and Male

by Elijah Anderson & Cornel West

Edited and with an introductory chapter by sociologist Elijah Anderson, the essays in Against the Wall describe how young black men have come to be identified publicly with crime and violence.


The Catholic Calumet: Colonial Conversions in French and Indian North America

by Tracy Leavelle

Historian Tracy Neal Leavelle examines religious conversions in the upper Great Lakes and Illinois country in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries among the Illinois, Ottawas, and other Algonqiuan-speaking...


A Predictable Tragedy: Robert Mugabe and the Collapse of Zimbabwe

by Daniel Compagnon

An unflinching analysis of how Robert Mugabe, a man once known as an anticolonial freedom fighter, became one of Africa's most hated autocrats, and why so many inside and outside Zimbabwe were long blind to...


Becoming the People of the Talmud: Oral Torah as Written Tradition in Medieval Jewish Cultures

by Talya Fishman

Talya Fishman explores the impact of the textualization process in medieval Europe on the Babylonian Talmud's roles within Jewish culture.


China Hand: An Autobiography

by John Jr., Todd Purdum & Bruce Cumings

In this wry and insightful memoir, distinguished American diplomat John Paton Davies, Jr. describes his upbringing and wartime adventures in Asia, encounters with key twentieth-century figures from Mahatma Gandhi...


This Side of Silence: Human Rights, Torture, and the Recognition of Cruelty

by Tobias Kelly

This Side of Silence is an anthropological examination of the tension involved in attempts to recognize torture, and the implications that this has for the types of perpetrator that can be held accountable and...


Gervase Wheeler: A British Architect in America, 1847-1860

by Renee Tribert & James F. O'Gorman

The American career of an influential English architect