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Fantasia of the Unconscious

by D.H. Lawrence & Mint Editions

After the release of D.H Lawrence?s compelling novel, Sons and Lovers, which details a complicated and borderline abusive relationship between a mother and son, many critics sought issues with the content, accusing...

Violence and Power in the Thought of Hannah Arendt

by Caroline Ashcroft

Hannah Arendt was one of the foremost political theorists of the twentieth century to wrestle with the role of violence in public life. Yet remarkably, despite the fact that it was perhaps the most pressing...

Gen Z

by Regina Luttrell & Karen McGrath

Explores how Gen Z is a generation to be admired and celebrated for their superhero qualities.

From the authors of The Millennial Mindset: Unraveling Fact from Fiction, comes this thought-provoking in-depth consideration...

Change Your Life's Direction

by Jim Taylor, PhD

Jim Taylor explores how to harness the four forces that can control our “life-inertia” and propel our lives in the direction of our OWN choosing: values, self-esteem, ownership, and emotions.

Many people...

Ten Days in a Mad-House - Feigning Insanity in Order to Reveal Asylum Horrors

by Bly & Frances E. Willard

?Ten Days in a Mad-House? is an 1887 work by American journalist Elizabeth Seaman. Originally published as a series of articles for the New York World, the book contains Seaman's ground-breaking exposé of an...

Mind & Body

by Life of School The & Alain Botton

A practical and playful guide to balancing and maintaining physical and mental harmony.

The modern world can present the body as a machine that just needs to be regularly exercised. However, it is a remarkably...

Senior Services Today

by Ashley Brooks

Senior citizens (frequently referred to by the more inclusive term “older adults”) are one of the largest and fastest growing demographics in the world. Public libraries have a duty to serve these individuals...

Ageing with Smartphones in Urban Italy

by Shireen Walton

?Who am I at this (st)age? Where am I and where should I be, and how and where should I live?? These questions, which individuals ask themselves throughout their lives, are among the central themes of this book,...

Ageing with Smartphones in Ireland

by Pauline Garvey & Daniel Miller

There are not many books about how people get younger. It doesn?t happen very often. But Ageing with Smartphones in Ireland documents a radical change in the experience of ageing.

Based on two ethnographies,...

The Global Smartphone

by Daniel Miller, Shireen Walton, Xinyuan Wang & Laila Abed Rabho et al.

The smartphone is often literally right in front of our nose, so you would think we would know what it is. But do we? To find out, 11 anthropologists each spent 16 months living in communities in Africa, Asia,...


by Junior Tidal

Podcasting: A Practical Guide guides librarians through the process of creating a podcast. It will help librarians digitally record their podcasts, which can highlight library collections, connect with patrons,...

Love & Literacy

by Paul Bambrick-Santoyo & Stephen Chiger

When our students enter middle and high school, the saying goes that they stop learning to read and start reading to learn.  Then why is literacy still a struggle for so many of our students?  The reality...

The Perfect Vagina

by Lindy McDougall

In the West, a specific ideal for female genitalia has emerged: one of absence, a "clean slit," attained through the removal of pubic hair and, increasingly, through female genital cosmetic surgery known as...

Medieval Nonsense

by Jordan Kirk

Five hundred years before ?Jabberwocky? and Tender Buttons, writers were already preoccupied with the question of nonsense. But even as the prevalence in medieval texts of gibberish, babble, birdsong, and allusions...

Trust Yourself

by Melody Lmsw Wilding

Are you a Sensitive Striver? Learn how to get out of your own way and rediscover your sensitivity as a superpower.

___ Highly sensitive and high performing?

___ Need time to think through decisions before you...

????????? of Francesco.

by Oreste Bazzicchi & Fabio Reali

The essay shows a scenario where it appears that medieval society, starting with the monasticism of St. Benedict and continuing with the analysis of the Franciscan School, embraces the heart of the relationship...

Free Will: An Investigation - A Conversation with Alfred Mele

by Howard Burton

This book is based on an in-depth filmed conversation between Howard Burton and Alfred Mele, the William H. and Lucyle T. Werkmeister Professor of Philosophy at Florida State University. This wide-ranging conversation....

The Four Seals of the Dharma

by Lama Khenpo Karma Ngedön & Ross Jourdie

Upon completing the path that led him to fully develop compassion and wisdom, Shakyamuni arrived at enlightenment, the state of Buddhahood that marks the end of suffering. Replying to the requests made of him,...

Contemplative Foundations of Classical Daoism, The

by Harold D. Roth

Brings early Daoist writings into conversation with contemporary contemplative studies.

In The Contemplative Foundations of Classical Daoism, Harold D. Roth explores the origins and nature of the Daoist tradition,...

Philosophical Exigencies of Christian Religion

by Maurice Blondel & Oliva Blanchette

Philosophical Exigencies of Christian Religion is a translation of two of Maurice Blondel?s essays. Blondel?s thinking played a significant role in the deliberations and arguments of the Second Vatican Council....