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Blacks in the White Elite: Will the Progress Continue?

by Richard L. Zweigenhaft & G. William Domhoff

This extensively revised edition of Blacks in the White Establishment? shows why America is at a crucial juncture in relations between blacks and whites, when advances made since the Civil Rights Movement could...


Wife or Worker?: Asian Women and Migration

by Nicola Piper & Mina Roces

This volume challenges the dominant discourse that perceives Asian women as either "mail-order" brides or overseas workers. Providing the first sustained critique of the artificial analytical division between...


Imprisoned Intellectuals: America's Political Prisoners Write on Life, Liberation, and Rebellion

by Joy James

These essays, by writer-activists incarcerated because of their political beliefs and acts, offer some controversial and thought-provoking theories of contemporary social change and liberation movements.


Congress Confronts the Court: The Struggle for Legitimacy and Authority in Lawmaking

by Colton C. Campbell & John F., Jr. Stack

The Supreme Court is frequently portrayed as an isolated entity void of politics that reaches judgments by some unseen and unknowable logic. At the same time, Congress is cast as a singularly political enterprise...


Nietzsche's Mirror: The World as Will to Power

by Linda L. Williams

Nietzsche's Mirror is an introduction to the development and scope of will power in Nietzsche's writings. After arguing that will to power is not metaphysical, it is shown how a non-metaphysical interpretation...


New Directions in Anthropological Kinship

by Linda Stone

Following periods of intense debate and eventual demise, kinship studies is now seeing a revival in anthropology. New Directions in Anthropological Kinship captures these recent trends and explores new avenues...


From the Center to the Edge: The Politics and Policies of the Clinton Presidency

by William C. Berman

From the Center to the Edge is the first historical interpretation of the politics and public policies of the Clinton administration. Eminent political historian William C. Berman describes in penetrating detail...


Undocumented in L.A.: An Immigrant's story

by Dianne Walta Hart

Yamileth's own words.

From start to finish, Undocumented in L.A.: An Immigrant's Story is testimonial literature at its best. This eye-opening work will show the reader the opposition and difficulties undocumented...


Women Reshaping Human Rights: How Extraordinary Activists Are Changing the World

by Marguerite Guzman Bouvard

In Women Reshaping Human Rights ,ordinary yet extraordinary women tell their stories, in their own words. Their deeds span continents and have profoundly affected millions worldwide.Readers will meet Vera Laska,...


The Ethical Soundscape: Cassette Sermons and Islamic Counterpublics

by Charles Hirschkind

An essential aspect of what is now called the Islamic Revival, the cassette sermon can be heard in most Middle Eastern cities, punctuating the daily routines of many men and women. Charles Hirschkind shows how...


Marine Rudders and Control Surfaces: Principles, Data, Design and Applications

by Anthony F. Molland & Stephen R. Turnock

This book guides naval architects from the first principles of the physics of control surface operation, to the use of experimental and empirical data and applied computational fluid dynamic modelling of rudders...


To Hell or Barbados: The ethnic cleansing of Ireland

by Sean O'Callaghan

A vivid account of the Irish slave trade: the previously untold story of over 50,000 Irish men, women and children who were transported to Barbados and Virginia.


The Dating Race

by Stacy Kravetz

With the abundance of dating strategies, technologies, and services available on the market today, is it any easier to find love? In this hilarious and heart-warming book, Stacy Kravetz samples the merchandise...


Conundrum: Why Every Government Gets Things Wrong - And What We Can Do About It

by Richard Bacon & Christopher Hope

Government failure is affecting everyone. The single mum worried sick by a tax credit demand from HMRC to ‘repay’ thousands of pounds she never received; the family whose holiday was ruined because the Passport...


Government Communication: Cases and Challenges

by Karen Sanders & Maria Jose Canel

The importance of political communication to the study of media and politics is generally accepted. Why has government communication been neglected? This book provides the first account of the government communication...


Children of Jihad: A Young American's Travels Among the Youth of the Middle East

by Jared Cohen

Defying foreign government orders and interviewing terrorists face to face, a young American tours hostile lands to learn about Middle Eastern youth? and uncovers a subculture that defies every stereotype.

In...


Winning the Race: Beyond the Crisis in Black America

by John McWhorter

In his first major book on the state of black America since the New York Times bestseller Losing the Race, John McWhorter argues that a renewed commitment to achievement and integration is the only cure for...


Intelligence in Nature

by Jeremy Narby

Continuing the journey begun in his acclaimed book The Cosmic Serpent, the noted anthropologist ventures firsthand into both traditional cultures and the most up-todate discoveries of contemporary science to...


The Rocket and the Reich: Peenemunde and the Coming of the Ballistic Missile Era

by Michael J. Neufeld

WINNER OF THE DEXTER PRIZE OF THE SOCIETY FOR THE HISTORY OF TECHNOLOGY

Launched by the Third Reich in late 1944, the first ballistic missile, the V-2, fell on London, Paris, and Antwerp after covering nearly...


Rainforest Medicine: Preserving Indigenous Science and Biodiversity in the Upper Amazon

by Jonathon Miller Weisberger, Pablo Amaringo & Daniel Pinchbeck

Chronicling the practices, legends, and wisdom of the vanishing traditions of the upper Amazon, this book reveals the area's indigenous peoples' approach to living in harmony with the natural world. Rainforest...