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Chinese Americans and Their Immigrant Parents: Conflict, Identity, and Values

by Terry S Trepper & May Tung

Based on culture-related themes derived from the author's psychotherapeutic work with young Chinese-American professionals, this important book connects personal problems and conditions to specific sources in...


Human Behavior in the Social Environment: Interweaving the Inner and Outer Worlds

by Esther Urdang

Written from the perspective of a classroom teacher, faculty advisor, and clinician, this book discusses ego functions, defenses, psychoanalytic theory, object relations, attachment theory, self-psychology,...


Common Ground

by Bob Beckel & Cal Thomas

Inspired by their popular USA Today column, conservative Cal Thomas and liberal Bob Beckel unmask the hypocrisy of the issues, organizations, and individuals that have created and deepened the partisan divide...


Michigan Legends: Folktales and Lore from the Great Lakes State

by Sheryl James

Over the course of its history, the state of Michigan has produced its share of folktales and lore. Many are familiar with the Ojibwa legend of Sleeping Bear Dunes, and most have heard a yarn or two told of...


Teaching History in the Digital Age

by T. Mills Kelly

Although many humanities scholars have been talking and writing about the transition to the digital age for more than a decade, only in the last few years have we seen a convergence of the factors that make...


Complex Adaptive Systems: An Introduction to Computational Models of Social Life: An Introduction to Computational Models of Social Life

by John H. Miller & Scott E. Page

This book provides the first clear, comprehensive, and accessible account of complex adaptive social systems, by two of the field's leading authorities. Such systems--whether political parties, stock markets,...


Cool War: The Future of Global Competition

by Noah Feldman

A bold and thought-provoking look at the future of U.S.-China relations, and how their coming power struggle will reshape the competitive playing field for nations around the world

 

The Cold War seemingly...


UFOs, JFK, and Elvis: Conspiracies You Don't Have to Be Crazy to Believe

by Richard Belzer

"I'm not asking you to believe every conspiracy theory you'll find in this book. . . . I didn't write this book to give you all the answers. The Warren Commission did that, and the answers were all wrong. I...


The Dancing Girls of Lahore

by Louise Brown

The dancing girls of Lahore inhabit the Diamond Market in the shadow of a great mosque. The twenty-first century goes on outside the walls of this ancient quarter but scarcely registers within. Though their...


The Rage of a Privileged Class

by Ellis Cose

A controversial and widely heralded look at the race-related pain and anger felt by the most respected, best educated, and wealthiest members of the black community.


Master of War

by Suzanne Simons

The name Blackwater, the world's largest private military contractor, became infamous early in the Iraq War, when four of its men were seized by a mob in Fallujah, murdered, and hung from a bridge for the world...


Bachelor Girl

by Betsy Israel

In this lively and colorful book of popular history, journalist Betsy Israel shines a light on the old stereotypes that have stigmatized single women for years and celebrates their resourceful sense of spirit,...


It's Our Turn to Eat

by Michela Wrong

In January 2003, Kenya—seen as the most stable country in Africa—was hailed as a model of democracy after the peaceful election of its new president, Mwai Kibaki. By appointing respected longtime reformer...


Color-Blind

by Ellis Cose

Is a truly race-netrual society possible? Can the United States wipe the slate clean and surmount the racism of its past? Or is color blindness just another name for denial? In this penetrating and provocative...


Not Your Mother's Book . . . On Being a Woman

by Dahlynn McKowen

Each title in the Not Your Mother's Book series contains approximately 60 real-life stories dedicated to a unique theme, drawn from the passion and experience of dozens of writers in a whimsical and entertaining...


Bluebird and the Dead Lake: The Classic Account of How Donald Campbell Broke the World Land Speed Record

by John Pearson & Richard Williams

In 1964, in Australia's remote outback, on the dazzling saltpan of Lake Eyre, Donald Campbell set out to drive his Bluebird car at over 400 miles an hour - faster than any man in history. Things went wrong from...


Never Let a Serious Crisis Go to Waste: How Neoliberalism Survived the Financial Meltdown

by Philip Mirowski

At the onset of the Great Recession, as house prices sank and joblessness soared, many commentators concluded that the economic convictions behind the disaster would now be consigned to history. Yet in the harsh...


Native American in the Land of the Shogun: Ranald MacDonald and the Opening of Japan

by Frederik L. Schodt

A wide-ranging, readable account of an eccentric and exceptional man who crossed cultures and changed history.


Basic Skills Caucasian Americans Workbook

by Beverly Hope Slapin

The “mysterious” world of Caucasian Americans comes alive through history lessons, puzzles, and word games for all ages in this humorous parody. Presented as a scholastic style educational workbook, it illuminates...


Owsley and Me: My LSD Family

by Rhoney Gissen Stanley & Tom Davis

Owsley and Me is an insider's account of sixties counterculture, told by the partner of Owsley "Bear" Stanley.