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Iron Butterflies: Women Transforming Themselves and the World

by Birute Regine

A profound transition is taking place in our society, a revolution that is largely hidden, and led predominantly by women. A society once based on domination and power over others is beginning to crumble as...


Accounting for Ethnic and Racial Diversity: The Challenge of Enumeration

by Patrick Simon & Victor Piché

By the end of the 20th century, the ethnic question had resurfaced in public debate. Every country had been affected by what is commonly known as cultural pluralism, as a result of conflicts interpreted from...


Narrow Gauge Railways

by Peter Johnson

Narrow gauge railways were a cheaper and sometimes more practical alternative to the full-scale railways that were the norm. By building tracks with a 3-foot gauge rather than a 4 ft 8-and-a-half inch gauge,...


Doonesbury.com's The Sandbox: Dispatches from Troops in Iraq and Afghanistan

by G. B. Trudeau

Launched as a military blog (or "milblog") by Doonesbury creator Garry Trudeau in October 2006, The Sandbox is an online forum through which service members in Afghanistan and Iraq share their stories with readers...


The Last Gifts: Creative Ways to Be with the Dying

by Jillian Brasch

We can all learn to open our hearts to hear what a dying person really needs at the end of his life if we are just able to listen." --Jillian Brasch, OTR, The Last Gifts

The Last Gifts tells the stories of 17...


Survival of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities: Making it Happen

by Edward Fort

Survival of the Historically Black Colleges and Universities as edited by Edward Fort is a hart hitting thesis concerned with this segment of higher education in America. Fort and his colleagues outline such...


Environmental Winds: Making the Global in Southwest China

by Michael J. Hathaway

Environmental Winds challenges the notion that globalized social formations emerged solely in the Global North prior to impacting the Global South. Instead, such formations have been constituted, transformed,...


Controlling Your Drinking, Second Edition: Tools to Make Moderation Work for You

by William R. Miller & Ricardo F. Munoz

Interested in cutting down on your drinking without giving it up altogether? This encouraging, science-based book can help make that goal a reality. Distinguished clinician-researchers William R. Miller and...


The Paradox of American Democracy: Elites, Special Interests, and the Betrayal of Public Trust

by John B. Judis

John B. Judis, one of our most insightful political commentators, most rational and careful thinkers, and most engaged witnesses in Washington, has taken on a challenge that even the most concerned American...


A TV Guide to Life: How I Learned Everything I Needed to Know From Watching Television

by Jeff Alexander

Read Jeff Alexander's posts on the Penguin Blog.

A couch potato’s book of wisdom— 100% commercial free!

Some say that entire generations of Americans are being raised by the television…like that’s a...


Great Powers: America and the World After Bush

by Thomas P.M. Barnett

From the New York Times bestselling author of The Pentagon's New Map, a bold, trenchant analysis of the post-Bush world

In Great Powers, New York Times bestselling author and prominent political consultant...


Il ritorno del dio che balla

by Andrea Romanazzi

Le tradizioni popolari legate al tarantolismo hanno generato culti e riti che hanno dato vita ad alcune delle più vitali musiche e danze popolari: tammurriate, tarantelle e pizziche, il cui rinnovato interesse...


Ford Engine Buildups HP1531: Covers 302/351 CID Small-Blocks, 1968-1995 4.6L and 5.4L Modular Engines, 1996-2008; Heads, Cams, Stroker Kits, Dyno-Test

by Muscle Mustangs and Fast Fords Magazine

A guide of more than 35 complete engine buildups offering a wide variety of performance levels for several generations of Ford V8 engine families.


The Lost of Art of Walking: The History, Science, and Literature of Pedestrianism

by Geoff Nicholson

A fascinating, definitive, and very personal rumination on the history, science, philosophy, art, and literature of walking, by a skilled cultural commentator. Geoff Nicholson, author of Bleeding London and...


The World Is Fat: The Fads, Trends, Policies, and Products That Are Fatteningthe Human Race

by Barry Popkin

A compelling look at the global trends that have led to today's obesity crisis

The planet's 1.6 billion overweight people by far outnumber the 700 million who are undernourished. This figure would have seemed...


Harry Potter's Bookshelf: The Great Books behind the Hogwarts Adventures

by John Granger

Harry Potter. The name conjures up J.K. Rowling's wondrous world of magic that has captured the imaginations of millions on both the printed page and the silver screen with bestselling novels and blockbuster...


Packing the Court: The Rise of Judicial Power and the Coming Crisis of the Supreme Court

by James MacGregor Burns

From renowned political theorist James MacGregor Burns, an incisive critique of the overreaching power of an ideological Supreme Court

For decades, Pulitzer Prize-winner James MacGregor Burns has been one...


And Then There's This: How Stories Live and Die in Viral Culture

by Bill Wasik

"An odd but happy marriage of sociological observation and Gonzo- style adventure."

-Wired

Journalist and new media provocateur Bill Wasik journeys to the edge of our churning and rambunctious viral culture...


The Laughing Gorilla: The True Story of the Hunt for One of America's First Serial Killers

by Robert Graysmith

During the 1920s, in more than a dozen cities, over four years, and across two continents, women were being butchered. Eyewitneses claim the perpetrator was a hulking Bible-carrying brute who lumbered on all...


Growing American Roots: Why Our Nation Will Thrive as Our Largest Minority Flourishes

by Senator Bob Menendez

From the highest-ranking Hispanic in congressional history comes an inspiring vision for our country's future.

For Senator Bob Menendez, it's about time the truth about Hispanics and their potential in this...