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Becoming the Second City: Chicago's Mass News Media, 1833-1898

by Richard Junger

Becoming the Second City examines the development of Chicago's press and analyzes coverage of key events in its history to call attention to the media's impact in shaping the city's cultural and historical landscape....


Dirty Words: The Rhetoric of Public Sex Education, 1870-1924

by Robin E. Jensen

Dirty Words: The Rhetoric of Public Sex Education, 1870-1924, details the approaches and outcomes of sex-education initiatives in the Progressive Era. In analyzing the rhetorical strategies of sex-education...


Elizabeth Packard: A Noble Fight

by Linda V. Carlisle

This biography details the life of Elizabeth Packard, who in 1860 was committed to an insane asylum by her husband, a strong-willed Calvinist minister. Upon her release three years later, Packard obtained a...


Chronicling Trauma: Journalists and Writers on Violence and Loss

by Doug Underwood

Doug Underwood offers a conceptual and historical framework for comprehending the impact of trauma and violence in the careers and the writings of important journalist-literary figures in the United States and...


Sister Species: Women, Animals, and Social Justice

by Lisa A. Kemmerer

Sister Species: Women, Animals, and Social Justice addresses interconnections between speciesism, sexism, racism, and homophobia, clarifying why social justice activists in the twenty-first century must challenge...


Sonic Persuasion: Reading Sound in the Recorded Age

by Greg Goodale

Sonic Persuasion: Reading Sound in the Recorded Age critically analyzes a range of sounds on vocal and musical recordings, on the radio, in film, and in cartoons to show how sounds are used to persuade in subtle...


Radio Utopia: Postwar Audio Documentary in the Public Interest

by Matthew C. Ehrlich

As World War II drew to a close and radio news was popularized through overseas broadcasting, journalists and dramatists began to build upon the unprecedented success of war reporting on the radio by creating...


The Cattell Controversy: Race, Science, and Ideology

by William H. Tucker

Raymond Cattell, the father of personality trait measurement, was one of the most influential psychologists in the twentieth century, the author of fifty-six books, more than five hundred journal articles and...


Other People's Stories: Entitlement Claims and the Critique of Empathy

by Amy Shuman

Amy Shuman examines the social relations embedded in stories and the complex ethical and social tensions that surround their telling. Drawing on innovative research and contemporary theory, she describes what...


The Uberreader: Selected Works of Avital Ronell

by Diane Davis

With courage and humor, Avital Ronell takes thinking and writing into wild and dangerous places. The ÃœberReader introduces her groundbreaking work on drug rhetoric, technology's fatal attractions, and the...


The Architecture of Happiness

by Alain De Botton

The Achitecture of Happiness is a dazzling and generously illustrated journey through the philosophy and psychology of architecture and the indelible connection between our identities and our locations.One of...


A is for American: Letters and Other Characters in the Newly United States

by Jill Lepore

What ties Americans to one another? What unifies a nation of citizens with different racial, religious and ethnic backgrounds? These were the dilemmas faced by Americans in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries...


Yours Ever: People and Their Letters

by Thomas Mallon

A delightful investigation of the art of letter writing, Yours Ever explores masterpieces dispatched through the ages by messenger, postal service, and BlackBerry.

 

Here are Madame de Sévigné’s devastatingly...


The Pleasures and Sorrows of Work: t/c

by Alain De Botton

We spend most of our waking lives at work—in occupations most often chosen by our inexperienced younger selves. And yet we rarely ask ourselves how we got there or what our jobs mean to us.

The Pleasures and...


Early Poppers: Secrets of Self-Starters

by Lewis Losoncy

Working with the Diogenes Consortium, the author will be providing webinars, teleconferences, as well as live workshops and seminars


Becoming: An Introduction to Jung's Concept of Individuation

by Deldon Anne McNeely

'Becoming: An Introduction to Jung's Concept of Individuation' explores the ideas of Carl Gustav Jung. His idea of a process called individuation has sustained Deldon Anne McNeely's dedication to a lifelong...


Practical Psychoanalysis for Therapists and Patients

by Owen Renik

A clear and readable how-to manual for results-oriented psychoanalysis.

By now, the term "practical psychoanalysis" has become an oxymoron. The way psychoanalytic treatment is generally conducted is extremely...


Affect Regulation, Mentalization, and the Development of the Self

by Peter Fonagy, Gyorgy Gergely & Elliot Jurist

Winner of the 2003 Gradiva Award and the 2003 Goethe Award for Psychoanalytic Scholarship

Arguing for the importance of attachment and emotionality in the developing human consciousness, four prominent analysts...


Attachment Theory and Psychoanalysis

by Peter Fonagy

A Bestseller

Attachment Theory shows scientifically how our earliest relationships with our mothers influence our later relationships in life. This book offers an excellent introduction to the findings of attachment...


Brain and the Inner World: An Introduction to the Neuroscience of Subjective Experience

by Oliver Turnbull, Mark Solms & Oliver Sacks

About this Book...

The Brain and the Inner World is an eagerly-awaited account of a momentous revolution. Subjective mental states like consciousness, emotion, and dreaming were once confined to the realm of...