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Eroticizing Aesthetics

by Tim Themi

Bringing together Bataille with Lacan and Nietzsche, Tim Themi examines the role of aesthetics implicit in each and how this invokes an erotic process celebrating the real of what is usually excluded from articulation....

Composing Legacies

by Christopher Carter & Russel K. Durst

In 2015, Professor Emerita Lucille M. Schultz donated to the University of Cincinnati her set of composition materials gathered from fifteen libraries and collections around the country. With 350 entries ranging...

Adolescent Exposure to Violence and Adult Outcomes

by Scott Menard & Herbert C. Covey

This book uses life-course longitudinal data collected from a national probability sample of respondents over a span of nearly three decades to examine the impact of multiple forms of exposure to violence in...

Visibility and Control

by Jeff Heydon

Visibility and Control: Cameras and Certainty in Governing addresses the ways in which camera-produced images are used to support governmental authority. The text begins by examining some of the basic levels...

Black Lives and Digi-Culturalism

by Kehbuma Langmia

Black Lives and Digi-Culturalism: An Afrocentric Perspective uses several lenses to examine the role of African Americans and Africans in the production and consumption of information in digital spaces. This...

Seeking Communion as Healing Dialogue

by Margaret M. Mullan

Seeking Communion as Healing Dialogue: Gabriel Marcel’s Philosophy for Today discusses society’s problems with interpersonal communication, arguing that these issues are more deeply rooted in problems in...

Non-Western Colonization, Orientalism, and the Comfort Women

by Ako Inuzuka

Non-Western Colonization, Orientalism, and the 'Comfort Women: The Collective Memory of Sexual Slavery under the Japanese Imperial Military examines the collective memory of sexual slavery under the Japanese...

Moses and Abraham Maimonides

by Diana Lobel

  • This is the first book exploring the intersecting philosophical and exegetical approaches of Moses and Abraham Maimonides.
  • It will be of interest to all those fascinated by Maimonides, widely regarded as the...

Liaison Engagement Success

by Ellen Hampton Filgo & Sha Towers

As liaison librarianship has evolved from a collections-centric to an engagement-centric model, liaisons have had to grapple with new and evolving competencies and skills that are focused on how to engage with...

Outcry Response

by Kathleen Davis

Outcry Response is a book about sexual abuse for educators and administrators of all private and public learning institutions, organizations, and nontraditional settings. How to listen, respond, report, and...

Psychiatric Casualties

by Mark Russell & Charles Figley

The psychological toll of war is vast, and the social costs of war’s psychiatric casualties extend even further. Yet military mental health care suffers from extensive waiting lists, organizational scandals,...

Sin Sick

by Joshua Pederson

In Sin Sick, Joshua Pederson draws on the latest research about identifying and treating the pain of perpetration to advance and deploy a literary theory of moral injury that addresses fictional representations...

Disturbing Spirits

by Beverly A. Tsacoyianis

This book investigates the psychological toll of conflict in the Middle East during the twentieth century, including discussion of how spiritual and religious frameworks influence practice and theory.

The concept...

Decoding Madness

by Richard Ph.D Lettieri

Dealing with some of the most heinous crimes imaginable, forensic neuropsychologist and psychoanalyst Dr. Richard Lettieri gives a behind-the-scenes look at criminal psychology through case studies from his...

Purchase, Power and Persuasion

by Gary James Jason

In Purchase, Power and Persuasion: Essays on Political Philosophy, Gary James Jason brings together his articles on political and economic philosopher between 2004 and 2018. These articles touch on issues surrounding...

That's Not What I Meant!

by Leah Sefor

What if you could learn a new way of communicating that could instantly improve all of the relationships in your life? If you are fighting with your partner, feeling disconnected from your family, getting frustrated...

Summary of The God Equation

by Alexander Cooper

Summary of The God Equation

Chapter 1: The same year Galileo Galilei died a broken man in his prison cell, another legend was born in London. For Kaku, Isaac Newton is the greatest scientist who has ever lived,...

Cursive Handwriting Activity Book for Kids (Printable Version)

by Sheba Blake

The Cursive Handwriting Activity Book helps children learn the basics of cursive writing in the most enjoyable and fun way!

Why You'll Love This Book:

• Easily learn to write the cursive alphabet!

• Learn...

Revolutionary Jews from Spinoza to Marx

by Jonathan I. Israel

In the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries a small but conspicuous fringe of the Jewish population became the world’s most resolute, intellectually driven, and philosophical revolutionaries, among them...

Are we born to drive?

by Marco Mazzocco

Compared to a vehicle, our brain processes data at a speed of about 8 km/h (approx. 5 mi/h), even if we are driving at 130 km/h (approx. 80 mi/h). We often underestimate the complexity of the act of driving....