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  • BUILDING THE CRITICAL ANTHROPOLOGY OF CLIMATE CHANGE
    HANS A. BAER / MERRILL SINGER
    This book applies a critical perspective to anthropogenic climate change and the global socio-ecological crisis. The book focuses on the critical anthropology of climate change by opening up a dialogue with the two main contending perspectives in the field, namely the cultural ecological and the cultural interpretive perspectives. Guided by these, the authors take a firm stance...

    $999.00

  • COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGY AND EDUCATIONAL OUTCOMES
    JOYCE E. BUTLER
    Comparative Psychology and Educational Outcomes is designed to empower educators to lead with wisdom, strengthen their belief that all students can learn at high standards, and create a vision of excellence that becomes actionable, allowing us to be difference makers in the lives of all learners. The framework of the Logic Model creates a road map for how to analyse the effecti...

    $1,199.00

  • PANDEMIC FISSURES
    SUDDHABRATA DEB ROY
    This book analyses India’s response to COVID-19, using an intersectional framework that highlights the roles of the central government, regional governments, and community organisations, both formal and informal. The volume brings forward the immense potential embedded within collective communitarian formations by exploring themes such as disaster capitalism, municipal socialis...

    $1,339.00

  • ACADEMIA VERSUS THE WORLD OUTSIDE
    BRUCE FLEMING
    Academia versus the World Outside lays out the givens of the knowledge industry located within the ivory tower, colleges and universities. It then moves outside academia to consider this restricted world the way most people see it. The contrast between these two views of academia explains and is at the basis of the left–right animosity of our day. The knowledge industry, a crea...

    $1,099.00

  • USING CHINESE CLASSICS FOR INTERCULTURAL COMMUNICATIVE COMPETENCE
    JINAI SUN / XUEHUA XIANG / LI YE
    Using Chinese Classics for Intercultural Communicative Competence presents new strategies and tools for integrating Mandarin language teaching with fostering intercultural competencies through contemporary, global lenses on Chinese classic texts. Chinese classic texts are canonical works in Chinese culture published before 1911. They offer a window into deeply held cultural val...

    $899.00

  • OUTLAW BIKERS AS ORGANIZED CRIME
    BLOKLAND, ARJAN
    The title of this volume Outlaw Bikers as Organized Crime reluctantly combines two highly contested concepts into a statement that is perhaps disputed even more. Who and what do we refer to when we talk about ‘outlaw bikers’ and ‘outlaw biker clubs’? What is meant by ‘organized crime’? And, how – if at all – are these two concepts related? All the chapters in this volume deal w...

    $1,059.00

  • INSTITUTIONAL RACISM AND RESTORATIVE JUSTICE
    DIANE CARPENTER EMLING
    Invisible, intractable, and deadly— such is the nature of institutional racism. But are there mitigating actions that society could take against it? Diane Carpenter Emling explores this question in Institutional Racism and Restorative Justice: Oppression and Privilege in America. Moving beyond the immediate sources and consequences of prejudice, racism, and inequality to thorou...

    $979.00

  • GENDER AND POWER IN EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION IN INDONESIA
    VINA ADRIANY
    Adriany explores gender discourses in early childhood education in Indonesia, as well as how teachers and children are engaged in the process of constructing, negotiating, and resisting dominant gender discourses in kindergartens. Using an ethnographic approach, Adriany explores how both the teachers and children are doing and undoing their gender. She adopts feminist poststruc...

    $1,099.00

  • FINAL REPORT OF EXCAVATIONS ON THE HILL OF THE OPHEL BY R.A.S. MACALISTER AND J. GARROW DUNCAN 1923–1925
    GARTH GILMOUR
    Final Report of Excavations on the Hill of the Ophel by R.A.S. Macalister and J. Garrow Duncan 1923–1925 contains the publication of the finds from this excavation a century ago that have been curated and stored in the archives of the Palestine Exploration Fund in London. This volume includes a history of the excavation and detailed descriptions and illustrations of finds rangi...

    $1,099.00

  • SALLY HEMINGS
    LEIGH FOUGHT
    Sally Hemings: Given Her Time is an exciting, concise biography tells that tells the extraordinary tale of Sally Hemings, mother of Thomas Jefferson’s enslaved children. Born on the eve of the American Revolution, the war hung over Sally Hemings' childhood. As a teenager, she travelled to Paris to witness the beginning of another revolution. There, she entered a painful bargain...

    $999.00

  • REPRESENTING LANDSCAPES: VISUALIZING CLIMATE ACTION
    NADIA AMOROSO
    This book provides an in-depth overview of graphic and visual communication styles for conveying climate change and climate action within the landscape architectural profession and in academia. The book features visualizations of climate adaptation and resilience, developed by award-winning landscape architects and academics from Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, T...

    $899.00

  • BAMA
    RAJ KUMAR AND S. ARMSTRONG
    Bama is a Tamil Dalit feminist writer and novelist. Her autobiographical novel Karukku, which chronicles the joys and sorrows experienced by Dalit Christians in Tamil Nadu, catapulted her to fame. As a prolific writer, she has experimented with all kinds of genres, such as novels, short stories, poems, autobiographical writing, children’s literature, and discursive essays. This...

    $1,099.00

  • INNOVATION IN THE ANTHROPOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVE
    JULIA C. GLUESING / CHRISTINE MILLER / HELGA WILD
    Innovation is a constant in human life and organization, arising from within a context-based culture of social structures and beliefs. This book re-examines the processes, practices, and mechanisms of innovation from an anthropological perspective, offering a theory of innovation as a dynamic multidimensional system. It uses methods and stories across a broad arc of time, place...

    $1,099.00

  • SUSTAINABLE URBANISATION IN THE CARIBBEAN
    DAWN SCHOBURGH, EDITED BY ERIS
    Sustainable Urbanisation in the Caribbean critically examines the socio-geographic context of island states, prioritising the nuanced experiences of Caribbean island states and territories that are largely considered small island developing states (SIDS), against the backdrop of the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Increases in urban density place enormous pressure on e...

    $1,099.00

  • THE CASE FOR CITIES
    VIKAS MEHTA
    The fateful year 2020 brought dramatic challenges to American cities. The COVID-19 pandemic and the civil unrest caused by the killing of George Floyd led to a cascade of negative media stories about cities, often politically motivated. It seemed possible that the economic and demographic gains cities had achieved over the last few decades could be lost. In fact, there has been...

    $899.00

  • IMMIGRATION DETENTION AND SOCIAL HARM
    MICHELLE PETERIE
    This interdisciplinary edited collection is the first internationally to comprehensively explore the harms immigration detention imposes beyond the ‘detainee’. Bringing together research from North America, the UK, Europe and Australia, it shows how the harms immigration detention imposes ramify beyond singular bodies, moments and locations – reverberating through families and ...

    $979.00

  • REFRAMING TRAUMA THROUGH SOCIAL JUSTICE
    CATRINA BROWN
    This cross-disciplinary volume examines and reframes trauma as a social and political issue in the context of wider society, critiquing the widely accepted pathologizing of trauma and violence in current discourse. Rooted in critical social theory, this insightful text reinvokes the critiques and analysis of the women’s movement and the "personal is political" framing of trauma...

    $979.00

  • THEORY AND PRACTICE OF STEAM EDUCATION IN JAPAN
    With unique insights into the potential power of Japan’s STEM education, Isozaki and his team of contributors share multiple perspectives on STEM education theory and practices in Japan. Examining how Japan has become an economic superpower based on scientific and technological innovations, this book provides a particular focus on the theoretical and practical analysis of STEM ...

    $1,099.00

  • SEX AND CITIZENSHIP
    EDWARD F. GRIFFITH
    First published in 1941, Sex and Citizenship encourages people to think constructively about our moral problems. The author argues that sexual relationships have in the past been largely based upon self-interest. We have yet to try a moral code based upon trust, equality, and love, backed by knowledge and reason. The book discusses themes such as moral problem; religion and sci...

    $1,339.00

  • THE CHILD IN PRIMITIVE SOCIETY
    NATHAN MILLER
    First published in 1928, The Child in Primitive Society examines the place of the child in the history of the less developed societies reaching back as close to social “origins” as is possible. The purpose here is not to enquire into the inner processes of learning, habit formation and acculturation in the child himself, but our aim is rather to examine the social milieu as it ...

    $1,339.00

  • COVID-19 SYNDEMICS AND THE GLOBAL SOUTH
    This book focuses on syndemics in the Global South and uses COVID‑19 as a window to understand clusters of disparities and disease comorbidities. The pandemic has exposed and multiplied structural inequalities and certain subpopulations were more exposed to COVID‑19 as well as experienced greater morbidity and mortality. The effects of the pandemic differ between countries but ...

    $1,099.00

  • THE EXTRA YEAR
    First Published in 1970, The Extra Year discusses the raising of the school leaving age, a crucial event in British education. It is also highly controversial: its repercussions affected teachers, educationists, parents and employers as well as pupils themselves. Each of the contributors to this book examines one aspect of its implications. After a general introduction by Profe...

    $1,339.00

  • THE ROUTLEDGE COMPANION TO BRITISH WOMEN’S SUFFRAGE
    COWMAN, KRISTA
    The suffrage movement remains the largest autonomous political movement of women in British history. The Routledge Companion to British Women’s Suffrage provides a comprehensive survey of state-of-the-art contemporary scholarship on this movement. Arranged across four thematic sections, this volume explores the range of developments in suffrage research since the 1990s, combini...

    $1,179.00

  • THE DOUBLE STANDARD
    MARGRIT EICHLER
    First published in 1980, The Double Standard is a powerfully written book challenging the logic of much of the feminist literature in the social sciences. Although loyal to the tradition of feminist scholarship, Margaret Eichler argues that many feminist writers have unintentionally reinforced the sexual stereotypes that they seek to destroy, by using the wrong conceptual tools...

    $1,339.00

  • LIVING DEATH IN EARLY MODERN DRAMA
    JAMES ALSOP
    This book explores historical, socio-political, and metatheatrical readings of a whole host of dying bodies and risen corpses, each part of a long tradition of living death on stage. Just as zombies, ghouls, and the undead in modern media often stand in for present-day concerns, early modern writers frequently imagined living death in complex ways that allowed them to address c...

    $1,099.00

  • CONSTRUCTION LAW IN THE 21ST CENTURY
    RENATO NAZZINI
    Marking the 35th anniversary of the Centre of Construction Law & Dispute Resolution at King’s College London, this volume brings together a large and illustrious group of contributors to create a comprehensive and authoritative guide cutting across all key areas of contemporary construction law, ranging from construction arbitration to procurement and contract law. It takes an ...

    $7,000.00

  • TEACHING YOUR FIRST CLASS
    Doctoral programs provide training and mentorship for engaging in research, but they rarely provide training on how to be effective in the classroom—leading to many graduates obtaining their first faculty position with little to no teaching. These new faculty need a resource to help them navigate such difficult terrain and be successful teachers. This book was crafted with them...

    $1,339.00

  • UNLOCKING EQUITY AND TRUSTS
    MOHAMED RAMJOHN / JUDITH BRAY
    Now in its 8th edition, Unlocking Equity and Trusts will help you grasp the main concepts of this core subject with ease. Containing accessible explanations in a clear and logical structure, the following features provides an excellent foundation for learning and revising: • Clear learning outcomes at the beginning of each chapter set out the skills and knowledge you will need ...

    $1,059.00

  • GENDER AND VIOLENCE IN ROMANI AND TRAVELLER LIVES
    BLASCO, PALOMA GAY
    This is the first interdisciplinary collection to analyse the place of Romanies and Travellers within contemporary Europe through the lens of gender and violence. In hospitals, schools, and social assistance centres; in encounters with humanitarian agencies and the police; and in media and state representations, violence against Romanies and Travellers is always gendered. The c...

    $1,099.00

  • THE CAPABILITY APPROACH AND THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS
    BRIAN VINCENT IKEJIAKU
    This book demonstrates how the capability approach to human development can contribute to the realisation of the 2015 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). The capability approach dictates that success should not be measured by economic indicators but by people leading meaningful, free, fulfilled, happy, or satisfied lives. Drawing from a range of disciplinary pe...

    $1,099.00