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Gender and Religion, 2nd Edition: The Dark Side of Scripture

by Barbara Crandall

When did patriarchy start and why? What explanation did the major world religions offer for women's inferiority? How have their beliefs and scriptures influenced women's lives in different parts of the world...


Dress, Law and Naked Truth: A Cultural Study of Fashion and Form

by Gary Watt

Why are civil authorities in so-called liberal democracies affronted by public nudity and the Islamic full-face 'veil'? Why is law and civil order so closely associated with robes, gowns, suits, wigs and uniforms?...


Rhythmanalysis: Space, Time and Everyday Life

by Henri Lefebvre, Gerald Moore & Stuart Elden

Rhythmanalysis displays all the characteristics which made Lefebvre one of the most important Marxist thinkers of the twentieth century. In the analysis of rhythms -- both biological and social -- Lefebvre shows...


Everybody's Jane: Austen in the Popular Imagination

by Juliette Wells

The first book

to investigate Jane Austen's popular significance today, Everybody's Jane considers why Austen matters to amateur readers, how they make use of her

novels, what they gain from visiting places associated...


Hatred, Lies, and Violence in the World of Islam

by Raphael Israeli

Hatred, Lies, and Violence in the World of Islam examines the torrential flood of anti-Israeli, anti-Jewish, and anti-Zionist propaganda that permeates many Muslim societies. Raphael Israeli locates the source...


Notes On Democracy

by H. L. Mencken

NOTES ON DEMOCRACY by H. L. MENCKEN JONATHAN. Contents include: I DEMOCRATIC MAN 1 HIS APPEARANCE IN THE WORLD 9 2 VARIETIES OF HOMO SAPIENS 15 3 THE NEW PSYCHOLOGY 21 POLITICS UNDER DEMOCRACY 29 5 THE ROLE...


Story Collection 01

by JacketBound

A selection of short stories of an adult nature with a fetish and / or BDSM theme by Jacketbound. Stories in this book are: Revenge New Years Eve The Attack The Flatmate The Farm Clothing Challenge A New Experience...


Darvinz of Zarumna: A Mythological Romance of the Ancient World

by David Bret

Much of the world has been destroyed by the gods. Darvinz, a boy from the Zarumna flatlands-regarded as a freak because of his unusual complexion, is chosen by the God, Koizh, to redeem his race by embarking...


Fetish Style

by Frenchy Lunning

Fetish Style traces the history, forms and tendencies of fetish fashions popular in both mainstream and subcultural fashion.


African Dress: Fashion, Agency, Performance

by Karen Tranberg Hansen & D. Soyini Madison

Dress and fashion practices in Africa and the diaspora are dynamic and diverse, whether on the street or on the fashion runway.

Focusing on the dressed body as a performance site, African Dress explores how...


A Cultural History of Jewish Dress

by Eric Silverman

This is the first comprehensive account of Jewish clothing, both profane and sacred, from its origins through to the present day. Focusing on tensions over gender, ethnic identity and assimilation, each chapter...


Advertising and Anthropology: Ethnographic Practice and Cultural Perspectives

by Timothy de Waal Malefyt & Robert J. Morais

This is a lively study of organizational culture, consumption practices, consumer marketing and the production of creativity in corporate settings. Reflecting the authors' experiences as professionals in the...


DIY Style: Fashion, Music and Global Digital Cultures

by Brent Luvaas

Through rich ethnographic detail and cutting-edge theory, DIY Style tells the fascinating story of an international do-it-yourself (DIY) movement through a major case study of the "indie" music and fashion scene...


Ageing and Youth Cultures: Music, Style and Identity

by Paul Hodkinson & Andy Bennett

What happens to punks, goths, break-dancers and queer scene participants as they become older? Tackling assumptions that spectacular 'youth cultures' involvement ceases with the onset of adulthood, this book...


The Foreign Vocabulary Of The Qur'an

by Arthur Jeffery

Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern...


Here We Stand: Women Changing the World

by Helena Earnshaw & Angharad Penrhyn Jones

A fascinating and unique anthology about contemporary women campaigners and how they were changed by the process of changing the world.


Debating Palestine and Israel

by Dan Cohn-Sherbok & Mary Grey

While the Jews strove for statehood and national identity as a result of their claim to their ancient homeland, the Palestinians were denied both, leading to their marginalisation and the ongoing conflict in...


Clement Attlee: The Inevitable Prime Minister

by Michael Jago

Elected in a surprise landslide in 1945, Clement Attlee was the first ever Labour leader to command a majority government. At the helm for twenty years, he remains the longest-serving leader in the history of...


The Bletchley Park Codebreakers

by Michael Smith

The British codebreakers at Bletchley Park are now believed to have shortened the duration of the Second World War by up to two years. During the dark days of 1941, as Britain stood almost alone against the...


Food, Eating and Identity in Early Medieval England

by Allen J. Frantzen

Food in the Middle Ages usually evokes images of feasting, speeches, and special occasions, even though most evidence of food culture consists of fragments of ordinary things such as knives, cooking pots, and...