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Concorde, A Designer's Life: The Journey to Mach 2

by Ted Talbot

Concorde flew for 34 years and is still unmatched. Much has been written about the aeroplane itself, but relatively little about the people who designed it. This book is partly an autobiography and encompasses...


Lincolnshire Folk Tales

by Maureen James

Lincolnshire, a county with many variations in the dialect, once nurtured many folk tales, and though these stories may no longer be told as often as they once were, they still resonate within the rural landscape....


The Just Cause in the Iraq War: Did Saddam Hussein Possess Weapons of Mass Destruction?

by Ryuho Okawa

The Just Cause in the Iraq War: Did Saddam Hussein Possess Weapons of Mass Destruction? tackles one of the most controversial and pertinent issues in international politics today. Is President Obama correct...


Bonded Labour and Debt in the Indian Ocean World

by Gwyn Campbell & Alessandro Stanziani

This volume of essays contains case studies of debt bondage covering the impact of an expanding globalized economy, increased commercialization, colonial and post-colonial societies, and emerging economies.


The Making of British Anthropology, 1813-1871

by Efram Sera-Shriar

Victorian anthropology has been called an 'armchair practice', distinct from the scientific discipline of the 20th century. Sera-Shriar argues that anthropology went through a process of innovation which built...


Slavery, Memory and Identity: National Representations and Global Legacies

by Douglas Hamilton, Kate Hodgson & Joel Quirk

This is the first book to explore national representations of slavery in an international comparative perspective. Contributions span a wide geographical range, covering Europe, North America, West and South...


The Aboriginal Male in the Enlightenment World

by Shino Konishi

This is the first historical study of indigenous Australian masculinity. Using the reactions of eighteenth-century western explorers to Aboriginal men, Konishi argues that these encounters were not as negative...


Regionalizing Science: Placing Knowledges in Victorian England

by Simon Naylor

Victorian England, as is well known, produced an enormous amount of scientific endeavour, but what has previously been overlooked is the important role of geography on these developments. This book seeks to...


Law and Imperialism: Criminality and Constitution in Colonial India and Victorian England

by Preeti Nijhar

Laws that were imposed by colonizers were as much an attempt to confirm their own identity as to control the more dangerous elements of a potentially unruly populace. This title uses material from both British...


Empire of Political Thought: Indigenous Australians and the Language of Colonial Government

by Bruce Buchan

A book about how European colonists in Australia represented the Indigenous peoples they found there, and the tasks of governing them within the terms of Western political thought. It emphasises how the framework...


The Cosmopolitan Ideal in the Age of Revolution and Reaction, 1776-1832

by Michael Scrivener

Examines the new internationalism which emerged in Europe during the Enlightenment. This is the study of cosmopolitanism, which takes into account feminist and post-colonial critiques of the Enlightenment. It...


How the Democrats Can Win by Leading America to a Better Future in 2010and Beyond: An Update to The Audacity to Win (A Penguin Group eSpecial from Pen

by David Plouffe

Since David Plouffe helped design the plan that brought candidate Obama to the White House, the lessons of that plan have become only more relevant. Today, conservative forces led by figures like Sarah Palin...


Conspiracies: The Facts. The Theories. The Evidence.

by Andy Thomas

At any time in our history, you will find significant and seemingly indisputable events occurring, the kind that can change the course of our lives -- the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, the terrorist...


The Greatest Story Ever Sold: The Decline and Fall of Truth in Bush's America

by Frank Rich

Demonstrating the candor and conviction that have made him one of our most trusted and incisive public voices, The New York Times columnist Frank Rich brilliantly and meticulously illuminates the Bush administration?s...


Native American Wisdom: A Spiritual Tradition at One with Nature

by Alan Jacobs

The most authoritative anthology of Native American Wisdom published in years


The Maya End Times: A Spiritual Adventure to the Heart of the Maya Prophecies for 2012

by Patricia Mercier

According to the Maya Prophecies, the 5,000-year"Fourth Age" will come to it end in 2012. In a remarkable adventure which takes her all over Central South America and involves strange ceremonies at sacred pyramids,...


Ru486: Misconceptions, Myths and Morals

by Renate Klein, Janice G. Raymond & Lynette Dumble

A classic text for health activists and feminists interested in the complexities of how drugs are developed, marketed, and sold to women around the world, this book reviews the unusual history of the French...


Memoirs of a Saudi Pilot: In the Beautiful State of Alabama (USA)

by Muhammad Al Hassan Ali Al Neami

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Memoirs of a Saudi Pilot: In the Beautiful State of Alabama (USA) is an exciting and revealing book about the wonders and culture shock experienced by a traditional, conservative Islamic Arab coming...


John J. Gilligan: The Politics of Principle

by Mark Bernstein

This first full-length biography of John Joyce Gilligan argues that Ohio's sixty-second governor was the most significant Democrat in the state's postwar years. But it is more than the story of a governor. Through...


Digital Drama: Teaching and Learning Art and Media in Tanzania

by Paula Uimonen

The aim of this book is to explore digital media and intercultural interaction at an arts college in Tanzania, through innovative forms of ethnographic representation. The book and the series website weave together...