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No Innocent Bystanders: Performance Art and Audience

by Frazer Ward

The changing role of the spectator in contemporary performance art


Preventing Classroom Discipline Problems: A Classroom Management Handbook

by Howard Seeman

This book, based on the author's extensive work with New York City school teachers, helps teachers to design instructional strategies to prevent, not just handle, disruptive classroom behavior. Seeman discusses...


Ru: A Novel

by Kim Thuy

Winner of Canada's Governor General's Award and an international success, an exquisite autobiographical novel of a Vietnamese refugee finding her way-and finding her voice-on new shores.


Strategic Leadership: Integrating Strategy and Leadership in Colleges and Universities

by Richard L. Morrill

This book addresses deep and continuing issues relating to strategy, governance, management, and leadership in higher education during a period of rapid change.


Velvet

by Mary Hooper

Velvet is a laundress in a Victorian steam laundry. With both her mother and father dead, she has to rely upon her own wits to make a living. The laundry is scalding, back-breaking work and Velvet is desperate...


Naming Food After Places: Food Relocalisation and Knowledge Dynamics in Rural Development

by Maria Fonte & Apostolos G. Papadopoulos

Bringing together a range of case studies from Ireland, Scotland, Sweden, Germany, Norway, Poland, Italy, Portugal, Spain, and Greece, this book compares and contrasts different models of food re-localization....


Flirting with Space: Journeys and Creativity

by David Crouch

The idea of 'flirting' with space is central to this book. Space is conceptualised as being in constant flux as we make our way through various contexts in our daily lives, and is considered in relation to encounters...


Sex, Tourism and the Postcolonial Encounter: Landscapes of Longing in Egypt

by Jessica Jacobs

Illustrated by revealing interviews with women and men in the tourist resorts in the Sinai, Egypt, this book is ostensibly about western women who sleep with 'native' men while on holiday. Broadening the scope...


Rationalizing Migration Decisions: Labour Migrants in East and South-East Asia

by AKM Ahsan Ullah

While decisions for working overseas are often based on expectations and promises of better jobs, opportunities, economic gains and, eventually, a better future, such assumptions may not always be realized....


Bordering: Identity Processes between the National and Personal

by Anders Linde-Laursen

What is a border? This seemingly simple question is here answered via a multidisciplinary study of the cultural, geographic and historic existence of borders, and the ways that they have shaped our world. Using...


Imagining Sustainable Food Systems: Theory and Practice

by Alison Blay-Palmer

What defines a sustainable food system? How can it be more inclusive? How do local and global scales interact and how does power flow within food systems? How to encourage an interdisciplinary approach to realizing...


Remembering, Forgetting and City Builders

by Tovi Fenster & Haim Yacobi

Remembering, Forgetting and City Builders critically explores how urban spaces are designed, planned and experienced in relation to the politics of collective and personal memory construction. Bringing together...


The Dynamics of Heritage: History, Memory and the Highland Clearances

by Laurence Gouriévidis

There has been much academic interest in the role of museums as places where understanding of the past is shaped and legitimised for a wide and increasingly diverse public. This book focuses on the museum representations...


Dot Com Mantra: Social Computing in the Central Himalayas

by Payal Arora

Billions of dollars are being spent nationally and globally on providing computing access to digitally disadvantaged groups and cultures with an expectation that computers and the Internet can lead to higher...


A New Agenda for Sustainability

by Kurt Aagaard Nielsen & Bo Elling

Two decades after the Brundtland Commission's Report "Our Common Future" adopted the concept of 'sustainable development', this book provides a renewal of the concept exploring the potential for new practices...


Landscapes of Care: Comparative Perspectives on Family Caregiving

by Andrew Power

Given the increasing shift of care from state residential services to community-based support, this book examines the complex geographies of family caregiving for young adults with intellectual disabilities....


Knowledge-Intensive Business Services: Geography and Innovation

by David Doloreux & Mark Freel

Over the last decade, there has been an increasing amount of research on knowledge-intensive business services (KIBS) and innovation. This book brings together current thinking on this subject from geographic...


Participatory Development in Kenya

by Josephine Syokau Mwanzia & Robert Craig Strathdee

Participatory Development (PDev) has been embraced by Third World governments and international organizations such as the World Bank as a means to reduce poverty and empower disadvantaged communities. The emphasis...


Educational Opportunity: The Geography of Access to Higher Education

by Alexander D. Singleton

While in recent years the burgeoning Higher Education (HE) sector has been set an agenda of widening participation, few HE institutions have strategies in place for reaching the full range of potential students...


The Dominance of Management: A Participatory Critique

by Leonard Holmes

This book offers a controversial reanalysis of the rise and dominance of managerialist approaches to development. Linking two British inner-city community development projects with projects in the developing...