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Young Child Observation: A Development in the Theory and Method of Infant Observation

by Simonetta M.G. Adamo & Margaret Rustin

Observing young children at play is an everyday and often fascinating and pleasurable experience for many of us. It also has a great pedigree in the development of psychoanalysis from Freud's observation of...


Identity And Difference: John Locke And The Invention Of Consciousness

by Etienne Balibar

John Locke’s foundational place in the history of British empiricism and liberal political thought is well established. So, in what sense can Locke be considered a modern European philosopher? Identity and...


The Boy Who Saved Baseball

by John Ritter

Tom Gallagher is in a tight spot. The fate of the Dillontown team rests on the outcome of one baseball game, winner take all. If Tom's team loses, they lose their field too. But how can they possibly win? Just...


The Antinomies Of Realism

by Fredric Jameson

The Antinomies of Realism is a history ofthe nineteenth-century realist novel and its legacy told without a glimmer of nostalgia for artistic achievements that the movement of history makes it impossible to...


The Beast: Riding the Rails and Dodging Narcos on the Migrant Trail

by Oscar Martinez, Daniela Maria Ugaz & Francisco Goldman

One day a few years ago, 300 migrants were kidnapped between the remote desert towns of Altar, Mexico, and Sasabe, Arizona. A local priest got 120 released, many with broken ankles and other marks of abuse,...


Paul Robeson: A Watched Man

by Jordan Goodman

Paul Robeson was one of the most famous people in the world; to his enemies he was also one of the most dangerous. From the 1930s to the 1960s, the African American singer was the voice of the people, both on...


The Village Against The World

by Dan Hancox

The land is for those who work it—"La tierra es de quien la trabaja."

One hundred kilometers from Seville, there is a small village, Marinaleda, that for the last thirty years has been at the center of a long...


Terror Within and Without: Attachment and Disintegration: Clinical Work on the Edge

by Orit Badouk Epstein & Judy Yellin

As clinicians we want to further our understanding of work with adult clients who have experienced massive and cumulative psychic trauma to which there is no possible adaptive response strategy. This monograph...


The Battle of the Sexes Russian Style

by Nadezhda Ptushkina

Nadezhda Ptushkina's plays reflect her keen interest in constructing multidimensional characters that reflect the myriad ways people are affected by today's turbulent world. Often writing strong female roles,...


Now and Then

Spenser #35

by Robert B. Parker

Investigating a case of infidelity sounds simple-until it plunges Spenser and his beloved Susan into a politically charged murder plot that's already left three people dead.


Big Bend's Ancient & Modern Past

by Robert J. Mallouf, Bruce A. Glasrud & Lonn Taylor

The Big Bend region of Texas—variously referred to as “El Despoblado” (the uninhabited land), “a land of contrasts,” “Texas’ last frontier,” or simply as part of the Trans-Pecos—enjoys a long,...


Hip Hop on Film: Performance Culture, Urban Space, and Genre Transformation in the 1980s

by Kimberly Monteyne

Early hip hop film musicals have either been expunged from cinema history or excoriated in brief passages by critics and other writers. Hip Hop on Film reclaims and reexamines productions such as Breakin' (1984),...


Chester Brown: Conversations

by Dominick Grace & Eric Hoffman

The early 1980s saw a revolution in mainstream comics--in subject matter, artistic integrity, and creators' rights--as new methods of publishing and distribution broadened the possibilities. Among those artists...


Green in Gridlock: Common Goals, Common Ground, and Compromise

by Paul Walden Hansen

Facing one of the most dangerous conservation crises in history—acid rain—lawmakers, industry leaders, and activists embraced an attitude of civil engagement that sought common ground and acceptance of compromise...


Identifying and Interpreting Animal Bones: A Manual

by April M. Beisaw

Offering a field-tested analytic method for identifying faunal remains, along with helpful references, images, and examples of the most commonly encountered North American species, Identifying and Interpreting...


The Eyes of Orion: Five Tank Lieutenants in the Persian Gulf War

by Alex Vernon

Alex Vernon with Neal Creighton, Jr., Greg Downey, Rob Holmes, and David Trybula with foreword by General Barry R. McCaffrey, retired (commander of the 24th Division during Desert Shield and Desert Storm) Winner...


Luminous Chaos: A Novel

The Mysteries of New Venice #2

by Jean-Christophe Valtat & Mahendra Singh

Book two in The Mysteries of New Venice, the steampunk adventure series The Guardian called a "magnificent achievement"

It's 1907 in the icily beautiful New Venice, and the hero of the city's liberation, Brentford...


A Light and Uncertain Hold: History of the Sixty Sixth Ohio Volunteer Infantry

by David Thackery

Curiosity piqued by two poems written by his great-great-grandmother, one recounting the pride and anxiety of a young woman as she witnessed her brother going off to fight in a war to save the Union, and the...


The Lincoln League

by Doug Peterson

Invisible People Make the Best Spies John and Peg Scobell are the perfect spies. As slaves for most of their lives, they have been treated as invisible people, barely worth notice. Now, with the Civil War marching...


On Call in Hell: A Doctor's Iraq War Story

by Cdr. Richard Jadick & Thomas Hayden

At age thirty-eight, Navy Dr. Richard Jadick was too old to be called up to the front lines-but not too old to volunteer. This is the inspiring story of one man's decision to enter into the fray-and a compelling...