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Universal Rights Down to Earth (Norton Global Ethics Series)

by Richard Thompson Ford

A path-blazing lesson on how to reconcile lofty human rights ambitions with political and cultural realities. The idea of universal rights—rights shared by all citizens, regardless of nationality, creed, wealth,...


Titanic Tragedy: A New Look at the Lost Liner

by John Maxtone-Graham

“Maxtone-Graham’s take on the Titanic will be catnip to the ship’s dedicated buffs.”—Publishers Weekly This is a book unlike any other. Rather than offering simply a detailed retelling of the Titanic...


The Swerve: How the World Became Modern

Pulitzer Prize for General Non-Fiction 2012, National Book Award for Non-Fiction 2011

by Stephen Greenblatt

Winner of the 2012 Pulitzer Prize for Non-Fiction 

Winner of the 2011 National Book Award for Non-Fiction One of the world's most celebrated scholars, Stephen Greenblatt has crafted both an innovative work...


The Sufferings of Young Werther: A New Translation by Stanley Corngold

by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe & Stanley Corngold

"A highly readable, sensitive, and lively Werther. Corngold is both faithful to the German and true to the demands of a modern English text" —Jeremy Adler, Times Literary Supplement A masterpiece of European...


That's Disgusting: Unraveling the Mysteries of Repulsion

by Rachel Herz

“A lively look at all things revolting.”—New York Times Why do we watch horror movies? What is the best way to persuade someone to quit smoking? Why are we more likely to buy a given item if an attractive...


The Atheist's Guide to Reality: Enjoying Life without Illusions

by Alex Rosenberg

A book for nonbelievers who embrace the reality-driven life. We can't avoid the persistent questions about the meaning of life-and the nature of reality. Philosopher Alex Rosenberg maintains that science is...


The Great Big Book of Horrible Things: The Definitive Chronicle of History's 100 Worst Atrocities

by Matthew White

“An amusing (really) account of the murderous ways of despots, slave traders, blundering royals, gladiators and assorted hordes.”—New York Times Evangelists of human progress meet their opposite in Matthew...


The Human Right to Health (Norton Global Ethics Series)

by Jonathan Wolff

“A broad-ranging, insightful analysis of the complex practical and ethical issues involved in global health.”—Kirkus Reviews Few topics in human rights have inspired as much debate as the right to health....


The Justice Cascade: How Human Rights Prosecutions Are Changing World Politics (The Norton Series in World Politics)

by Kathryn Sikkink

Acclaimed scholar Kathryn Sikkink examines the important and controversial new trend of holding political leaders criminally accountable for human rights violations. Grawemeyer Award winner Kathryn Sikkink offers...


The Lives of Margaret Fuller: A Biography

by John Matteson

“Psychologically rich. . . . Matteson’s book restores the heroism of [Fuller’s] life and work.”—The New Yorker A brilliant writer and a fiery social critic, Margaret Fuller (1810–1850) was perhaps...


The Man Who Would Stop at Nothing: Long-Distance Motorcycling's Endless Road

by Melissa Holbrook Pierson

“Pierson is an even better writer than she is a rider.”—Boston Globe “World’s Toughest Motorcycle Riders”—long-distance motorcycling is not a pastime but an obsession. In this candid, eloquent,...


The Forgotten Waltz: A Novel

by Anne Enright

2012 Winner of the Andrew Carnegie Award for Excellence in Literature

"This stunning novel by a Booker Prize winner . . . Offers up its brilliance by way of astonishingly effective storytelling."—Booklist,...


Earth: The Operators' Manual

by Richard B. Alley

The book—companion to a PBS series—that proves humans are causing global warming and offers a path to the future. Since the discovery of fire, humans have been energy users and always will be. And this is...


Siberian Education: Growing Up in a Criminal Underworld

by Nicolai Lilin & Jonathan Hunt

"Marvelous and Illuminating. . . . Forces us to reassess our notions of good and evil." —Irvine Welsh In a contested, lawless region between Moldova and Ukraine known as Transnistria, a tightly knit group...


Pacific Crucible: War at Sea in the Pacific, 1941-1942

by Ian W. Toll

“Both a serious work of history . . . and a marvelously readable dramatic narrative.”—San Francisco Chronicle

On the first Sunday in December 1941, an armada of Japanese warplanes appeared suddenly over...


Run to Failure: BP and the Making of the Deepwater Horizon Disaster

by Abrahm Lustgarten

It was Big Oil's nightmare moment, and the dominoes began falling years before the well was drilled. Two decades ago, British Petroleum, a venerable and storied corporation, was running out of oil reserves....


Reagan and Thatcher: The Difficult Relationship

by Richard Aldous

An iconic friendship, an uneasy alliance—a revisionist account of the couple who ended the Cold War. For decades historians have perpetuated the myth of a "Churchillian" relationship between Ronald Reagan...


Liebestod: Opera Buffa with Leib Goldkorn

by Leslie Epstein

A multilayered masterpiece of fevered imagination and eroticism, Liebestod soars as the consummate work by one of America's greatest comic geniuses. As hilarious as it is heartbreaking, Liebestod returns us...


Keynes Hayek: The Clash that Defined Modern Economics

by Nicholas Wapshott

“I defy anybody—Keynesian, Hayekian, or uncommitted—to read [Wapshott’s] work and not learn something new.”—John Cassidy, The New Yorker As the stock market crash of 1929 plunged the world into turmoil,...


Changing Lives: Gustavo Dudamel, El Sistema, and the Transformative Power of Music

by Tricia Tunstall

“Reminds us of how arts education can change lives.” —Gary Stager, Huffington Post In this “vivid story” (Economist), Tricia Tunstall “chronicles the origins and growth of Venezuela’s acclaimed...