by Maggie Pearson
A stunning collection of folk tales and legends. Author Maggie Pearson spent years compiling this extraordinary collection of tales from each of the EU member states. Ranging from magical to farcical, tender to terrifying, this selection offers ...
by Chris Masters
'Illuminating' - The Australian 'If you read only one book related to Anzac Day...make it Uncommon Soldier. Masters has produced a fair-minded, clear-eyed study of the contemporary Australian Army.' - Saturday Age'Chris Masters' Uncommon Soldier
by Edward Tomarken
In World Perspective, Third Edition
by Raewyn W. Connell
How can we understand gender in the contemporary world? What psychological differences now exist between women and men? How are masculinities and femininities made? And what is the relationship between gender issues and globalizing concerns such
by James M. Jasper
Every day around the world there are dozens of protests both large and small. Most groups engage the local police, some get media attention, and a few are successful. Who are these people? What do they want? What do they do to get it? What ...
by Colin Mooers
This highly original work posits that the changes in the nature of citizenship caused by neoliberal globalization must be understood as the result of an ongoing imperial project.Although they may seem admirable, policies such as humanitarian and
by Ed;Malik, Shiv Howker
Why are so many adult children living still living with mum and dad? Why do young people seem so disinterested in politics? And what are the hidden threats to Britain's long-term prosperity lurking in the next few decades?First published in ...
by Alan H. Goodman
Perspectives on race today Featuring new and engaging essays by noted anthropologists and illustrated with full color photos, RACE: Are We So Different? is an accessible and fascinating look at the idea of race, demonstrating how current ...
by Margaret Heffernan
by David Evans
In recent years, food waste has risen to the top of the political and public agenda, yet until now there has been no scholarly analysis applied to the topic as a complement and counter-balance to campaigning and activist approaches. Using ...
by John Belton
by David Knoke
Social relations are crucial for understanding diverse economic actions and a network perspective is central to that explanation. Simple exchanges involving money, labor, and commodities combine into complexly connected systems. Economic ...
by Wessendorf S.
by Macdonald G.; Heil D.
by Gilbert B. Rodman
Why Cultural Studies? is a rallying call for a reinvigoration of the project of cultural studies that provides a critical analysis of its meteoric rise to the academic fore and makes a convincing argument for the pressing need for a renewed ...
by Stefan Kostka
by Gladwell Malcolm
'A fizzingly entertaining and enlighting book' Daily Mail'Gladwell is not only a brilliant storyteller; he can see what those stories tell us, the lessons they contain' GuardianWhy do some people achieve so much more than others?Can they lie so
by Tavi Gevinson
Rookie is an independent online magazine made by and for teenage girls. It was created by Tavi Gevinson in 2011, when she was just fourteen years old; today, about a third of the magazine's staff are teenage writers, photographers, and ...