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Politics and Post-Colonial Theory: African Inflections

by Pal Ahluwalia

This groundbreaking book makes sense of the complexities and dynamics of post-colonial politics, illustrating how post-colonial theory has marginalised a huge part of its constituency, namely Africa.

Politics...


International Organisations

by Clive Archer

This widely used textbook continues to provide students with an introduction to International Organisations, exploring their rise, their development in the 20th century and accounting for their significance...


Deconstructing Habermas

by Lasse Thomassen

This book is the first book-length deconstructive study of the political philosophy of Jürgen Habermas. Inspired by the work of Jacques Derrida, the book applies deconstruction to key issues in Habermas's work:...


Britain, Ireland and Northern Ireland Since 1980: The Totality of Relationships

by Eamonn O'Kane

This book is the first in-depth analysis of the interaction between the British and Irish governments and the role they have played in seeking to resolve the conflict in Northern Ireland since 1980.

Eamonn O'Kane...


Organised Crime and the Challenge to Democracy

by Felia Allum & Renate Siebert

This innovative book investigates the paradoxical situation whereby organized crime groups, authoritarian in nature and anti-democratic in practice, perform at their best in democratic countries. It uses examples...


The Geography of Developing Areas: The Global South in a Changing World

by Glyn Williams, Paula Meth & Katie Willis

Rather than presenting the global South to students as a set of problems (rapid urbanisation, population growth, poverty etc), this textbook focuses on the diversity of life in the South, and looks at the role...


Acres of Skin: Human Experiments at Holmesburg Prison

by Allen M. Hornblum

At a time of increased interest and renewed shock over the Tuskegee syphilis experiments, Acres of Skin sheds light on yet another dark episode of American medical history. In this disturbing expose, Allen M....


Doing Environmental Ethics

by Robert Traer

An engaging and commonsense exploration of how, with a deeper sense of self and one’s place in nature, we can begin to change our carbon footprint


Invisible Population: The Place of the Dead in East-Asian Megacities

by Natacha Aveline-Dubach, Fabienne Duteil-Ogata & Katsumi Shimane

This book provides new information on funerary practices in East Asia’s largest cities in which spatial constraints and the secularization of lifestyles are driving innovation. It reveals common trends in...


Hope Rising: Stories from the Ranch of Rescued Dreams

by Kim Meeder

Kim Meeder has seen horses go where no one else can tread - stepping through the minefield of a broken child's soul in a dance of trust that only God can understand. From a mistreated horse to an emotionally...


Bridge to America: Based on a True Story

by Linda Glaser

The year is 1920 and the setting is a shtetl, a small village in northern Poland, where Fivel and his family live in fear of the ruthless Cossacks and unpredictable pogroms. As he and his mother, brother, and...


Size Matters: How Height Affects the Health, Happiness, and Success of Boys - and the Men They Become

by Stephen S. Hall

An award-winning journalist tackles the hot topic of male body image and shows how physical size during childhood affects our psychology, social status, relationships, and income as adults.

With a mix of fresh...


Searching for America's Heart: RFK and the Renewal of Hope

by Peter Edelman

Peter Edelman has worked as an aide to Robert F. Kennedy, a lawyer, a children's advocate, and a policymaker. He has devoted his life to the cause of justice and to ending inequality. But in 1996, while serving...


In the Land of Israel

by Amos Oz

“An exemplary instance of a writer using his craft to come to grips with what is happening politically and to illuminate certain aspects of Israeli society that have generally been concealed by polemical formulas.”...


Empire and Nation: Selected Essays

by Partha Chatterjee & Nivedita Menon

Partha Chatterjee is one of the world's greatest living theorists on the political, cultural, and intellectual history of nationalism. Beginning in the 1980s, his work, particularly within the context of India,...


St. Clair

by Anthony Wallace

Located near the southern edge of the Pennsylvania anthracite, the town of St. Clair in the early half of the 19th century seemed to be perfectly situated to provide fuel to the iron and steel industry that...


The Birth of Pleasure

by Carol Gilligan

Carol Gilligan, whose classic In a Different Voice revolutionized the study of human psychology, now offers a brilliant, provocative book about love. Why is love so often associated with tragedy, she asks. Why...


Vagina

by Naomi Wolf

An astonishing work of cutting-edge science and cultural history that radically reframes how we understand the vagina—and consequently, how we understand women—from one of our most respected cultural critics...


The Big Con: Crackpot Economics and the Fleecing of America

by Jonathan Chait

American politics has been hijacked. Over the past three decades, a fringe group of economic hucksters has corrupted and perverted our nation’s policies. With dark, engaging wit, Jonathan Chait reveals how...


Leaving India: My Family's Journey from Five Villages to Five Continents

by Minal Hajratwala

An inspiring personal saga that explores the collisions of choice and history that led one unforgettable family to become immigrants In this groundbreaking work,Minal Hajratwala mixes history,memoir, and reportage...