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The League of Nations and the debate on disarmament (1918-1919)

by Sami Sarè

This essay regards the early stages of the debate on Disarmament at the end of World War I, when the international community intended to limit countries’ armaments (and expenses) according to a widespread...


Immigration, Integration and the Law: The Intersection of Domestic, Eu and International Legal Regimes

by Clíodhna Murphy

This book examines the role and impact of EU, international human rights and refugee law on national laws and policies for integration and argues for a broad understanding of the relationship between integration...


Social and Legal Norms: Towards a Socio-legal Understanding of Normativity

by Matthias Baier

This book offers empirical and theoretical research in the field of social and legal norms and provides inspiration for future debate and research in terms of internationalization and cross-national comparative...


Waterborne Pageants and Festivities in the Renaissance: Essays in Honour of J.R. Mulryne

by Margaret Shewring & Assistant Editor & Linda Briggs

As the first book-length study of waterborne festivities in Renaissance and early modern Europe, this collection of essays draws on a rich array of sources, many previously un-researched, to explore aspects...


A Thousand Shards of Glass

by Michael Katakis

A visceral and eviscerating lament for the USA, the country Katakis loved but can no longer bear to live in.

Once upon a time, Michael Katakis lived in a place of big dreams, bright colours and sleight of hand....


Wall Smacker - The saga of the speedway

by Peter De Paolo

“ …The pages that follow are not offered as an attempt at literary style or excellence. I am far from being a writer, and, to tell the truth, “Wall Smacker” was the hardest task I’ve ever undertaken....


American Babylon: Race and the Struggle for Postwar Oakland

by Robert O. Self

As the birthplace of the Black Panthers and a nationwide tax revolt, California embodied a crucial motif of the postwar United States: the rise of suburbs and the decline of cities, a process in which black...


Everyman's Rules for Scientific Living: A Novel

by Carrie Tiffany

In this sensual, witty, and startlingly original first novel, Jean Finnegan searches for her place in a tumultuous world wracked by the Great Depression and the beginning of World War II. Carrie Tiffany captures...


Don't You Forget About Me: Contemporary Writers on the Films of John Hughes

by Jaime Clarke & Ally Sheedy

No one captured the teen portion of the eighties as poignantly as writer-director John Hughes. Sixteen Candles, The Breakfast Club, Weird Science, Pretty in Pink, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, and Some Kind of Wonderful...


The Social Movement Society: Contentious Politics for a New Century

by Sidney Tarrow, David S. Meyer & Matthew Crozat

Is there more social protest now than there was prior to the movement politics of the 1960s, and if so, does it result in a distinctly less civil society throughout the world? If everybody protests, what does...


Experiencing the Next World Now

by Michael Grosso

From the scientific underground of psychic research comes a stunning report on the evidence for life after death. But all the proof in the world is nothing when compared to actual experience with the place beyond....


Find Your Focus Zone: An Effective New Plan to Defeat Distraction and Overload

by Lucy Jo Palladino

Where did my day go? How did it get so late?

I feel like I'm being pulled in too many directions at once.

If only there were two of me, I could get it all done.

If this is you at the end of the day, you are...


The Faith of Fallen Jews: Yosef Hayim Yerushalmi and the Writing of Jewish History

by David N. Myers & Alexander Kaye

Brings together key writings by one of the most distinguished and renowned Jewish historians of our time


Civilising Criminal Justice: An International Restorative Agenda for Penal Reform

by Martin Wright, John Blad & David J. Cornwell

A magnificent collection, Civilising Criminal Justice is an inescapable resource for anyone interested in restorative justice: truly international and packed with experience while combining history, theory,...


Fine Lines and Distinctions: Murder, Manslaughter and the Unlawful Taking of Human Life

by Louis Blom-Cooper, Terence Morris & Lord Judge

Written by two of the UK's leading experts on the law of homicide, contains new information and analysis and suggests a radical new solution to the 'mess' which English homicide law has become. In this powerful...


Policing Notting Hill: Fifty Years of Turbulence

by Tony Moore & Lord Blair

Notting Hill is one of the most sought after locations in London. But its progress from 'ghetto' to gentrification spans half-a-century within which it was one of the most turbulent places in Britain-plagued...


Her Majesty's Philosophers

by Alan Smith

Informative, entertaining, against the grain, Her Majesty's Philosophers highlights the artificiality of prison life. By a Guardian correspondent this book is set to be a penal affairs classic which every student...


Towards a Surveillant Society: The Rise of Surveillance Systems in Europe

by Thomas Mathiesen

A most timely publication in view of current concerns about snooping. Thomas Mathiesen describes how the major databases of Europe have become interlinked and accessible to diverse organizations and third States;...


Murderers or Martyrs

by George Skelly & Lord Goldsmith

A spell-binding account of an appalling miscarriage of justice. Charged with the "Cranborne Road murder" of Wavertree widow Alice Rimmer, two Manchester youths were hastily condemned by a Liverpool jury on the...


Mary Ann Cotton: Britain's First Female Serial Killer

by David Wilson

As one of the UK's leading commentators, David Wilson shows how some serial killers stay in the headlines whilst others rapidly become invisible - or "unseen". Yet Mary Ann Cotton is not just the first but perhaps...