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London Urban Legends: The Corpse on the Tube and Other Stories

by Scott Wood

How long has a corpse been staring out at passengers on the tube? Was London Bridge really shipped abroad by an American thinking he'd bought Tower Bridge? Did the Queen really mix with the crowds as a princess...


Life on the Canal

by Anthony Burton

The working life of Britain's canals lasted for no more than two centuries: it began in the 1760s and by the second half of the 20th century, commercial carrying had all but ended. At the peak of their prosperity...


The Archaeology of Sutton Park

by Michael Hodder

Sutton Park is one of the largest urban parks in Europe. It was always set apart as 'special' and remains so, as a large and well-used public park. Its creation as a deer park in the twelfth century preserved...


The Hebrew Republic: How Secular Democracy and Global Enterprise Will Bring Israel Peace At Last

by Bernard Avishai

Political economist Bernard Avishai has been writing and thinking about Israel since moving there to volunteer during the 1967 War. now he synthesizes his years of study and searching into a short, urgent polemic...


A Dreadful Deceit: The Myth of Race from the Colonial Era to Obama's America

by Jacqueline Jones

In 1656, a planter in colonial Maryland tortured and killed one of his slaves, an Angolan man named Antonio who refused to work the fields. Over three centuries later, a Detroit labor organizer named Simon Owens...


Anarchy, State, and Utopia

by Robert Nozick

In this brilliant and widely acclaimed book, winner of the 1975 National Book Award, Robert Nozick challenges the most commonly held political and social positions of our age—liberal, socialist, and conservative....


With God on Our Side

by Michael L. Weinstein & Davin Seay

One of the most elite educational institutions in the world, the Air Force Academy has, from its inception, attracted the best and the brightest, producing leaders not only in the military but throughout American...


Talking with My Mouth Full

by Bonny Wolf & Scott Turow

What does America really eat? Which recipes do real home cooks turn to again and again? More often than not, they are dishes handed down from great aunts and painstakingly copied out of smudged recipe boxes...


Quarterly Essay 52 Found in Translation: In Praise of a Plural World

by Linda Jaivin

Whether we're aware of it or not, we spend much of our time in this globalised world in the act of translation. Language is a big part of it, of course, as anyone who has fumbled with a phrasebook in a foreign...


Feminist Advocacy: Gendered Organizations in Community-Based Responses to Domestic Violence

by Andrea J. Nichols

Feminist Advocacy: Gendered Organizations in Community Based Responses to Domestic Violence examines feminist advocacy in domestic violence organizations including shelters, the justice system, and child protective...


The Biopolitics of Race: State Racism and U.S. Immigration

by Sokthan Yeng

The Biopolitics of Race provides philosophical analysis of immigration, a pressing public issue, by focusing on how concerns over state health are used to identify and deny entrance to Mexican, Muslim, homosexual,...


Local Ownership of Peacebuilding in Afghanistan: Shouldering Responsibility for Sustainable Peace and Development

by Chuck Thiessen

In Local Ownership of Peacebuilding in Afghanistan: Shouldering Responsibility for Sustainable Peace and Development, Chuck Thiessen addresses the struggle of the Western-led mission in Afghanistan to ensure...


Narrative Reflections: How Witnessing Their Stories Changes Our Lives

by Lucy S. Raizman & Bea Hollander-Goldfein

Narrative Reflections presents a series of poignant personal reflections by mental health professionals, triggered by reading interviews of Holocaust survivors and their families. Inspired by the practice of...


Problems in Modern Latin American History: Sources and Interpretations

by James A. Wood

Now in its fourth edition, this leading reader has been updated with the aim of tightening the focus of each chapter on a major interpretive problem. This edition includes an entirely new chapter, “Historical...


Legal Realism and American Law

by Justin Zaremby

In the first part of the 20th century, a group of law scholars offered engaging, and occasionally disconcerting, views on the role of judges and the relationship between law and politics in the United States....


Masculinity and Gender in Greek Cinema: 1949-1967

by Achilleas Hadjikyriacou

Between the end of the Civil War (1949) and the colonels' military coup (1967) Greece underwent tremendous political, economic, and social transformations which influenced gender identities and relations. During...


How to Launch a Magazine in this Digital Age

by Mary Hogarth & John Jenkins

Lively and engaging, How to Launch a Magazine in this Digital Age adopts a practical guide for students and inexperienced editors, detailing the process of setting up and launching a new publication -- be it...


Women in the Biblical World: A Survey of Old and New Testament Perspectives

by Elizabeth A. McCabe, Lee A. Johnson & Lynn B.E. Jencks

This volume features the most current research in feminist biblical scholarship. This collection will whet the reader's appetite for cutting-edge research and encourage a closer look at key biblical passages...


Starting Social Work: Reflections of a Newly Qualified Social Worker

by Rebecca Joy Novell

A Newly Qualified Social Worker’s experience, reflections and gentle advice on the training process and early years of a Social Work career.


Szabad

by Alan Duff

A gripping novel set in 1950s Hungary about a fight for freedom and a fight for love.'She screams one word: Szabad! Free. Again: Szabad!'It is the 1950s. The Soviets and the Secret Police have a choking grip...