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  1. Sir Richard Branson Introduces…

    We invite you to take a sneak peak at the foreword by Sir Richard Branson in The Air Logistics Handbook by Michael Sales

  2. Interpersonal Communication

    Putting Theory into Practice
    By Denise Solomon and Jennifer Theiss

    'Solomon and Theiss do a masterful job of translating cutting-edge scholarship into an accessible format. Their work offers a delicate blend of scholarship coupled with practical skill-building activities, creative exercises, and thought-provoking reflection questions. Their enthusiasm for the subject matter leaps off every page. Instructors and students alike will no doubt find this book to be an indispensable part of their interpersonal communication course.'
    - Leanne Knobloch, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA

  3. New - Language and Identity in Englishes

    In Language and Identity in Englishes, Urszula Clark examines the core issues and debates surrounding the relationship between English, language and identity. Drawing on a range of international examples and using both cutting-edge fieldwork and her own original research, Clark's new textbook is the perfect companion for students taking modules in language and identity or sociolinguistics.

    If you would like to receive a complimentary copy to consider for use in your teaching, please follow think link.

  4. New Edition - The Functional Analysis of English

    "Very clear introduction to difficult concepts - great exercises" - Dr Sheena Gardner, University of Warwick, UK

    Providing the ideal introduction to the analysis and description of English, based on the principles of systemic functional linguistics, the third edition of this indispensible textbook has been revised and updated to incorporate references to recent research, better explanations of complex problems, and additional exercises.

    If you're teaching a related course and would like to request a copy to consider for adoption, please follow this link.

  5. Promoting Nonprofit Organizations

    “A major PR challenge for nonprofit organizations is to think in reputation management terms. Not-for-profit entities cannot take their reputation for granted,” warns Ruth Kinzey in Promoting Nonprofit Organizations.

    Read more from Ruth Kinzey in an interview about her book here.

  6. Global Entertainment Media

    Global Entertainment Media

    Between Cultural Imperialism and Cultural Globalization
    By Tanner Mirrlees

    A critical cultural materialist introduction to the study of global entertainment media.

  7. Anoush

    How much impact are the latest ‘intelligent’ sanctions having on Iran?

    Professor Anoush Ehteshami, author of Dynamics of Change in the Persian Gulf, talks about the Iranian Crisis at The British-Iranian Chamber of Commerce, March 8, 2013.

    Visit the British-Iranian Chamber of Commerce website to read his thoughts about 'Sanctions, Presidents and the Iranian Crisis'.

    To order a complimentary inspection copy of Professor Ehteshami's book - Dynamics of Change in the Persian Gulf - simply email

  8. Memory and History: Understanding Memory as Source and Subject

    "Tumblety has produced a work that is the ideal starting point for anyone interested in the burgeoning field of historical memory."  - W. Fitzhugh Brundage, University of North Carolina, USA

    If you are teaching a course in history and memory or method and skills and would like to receive a copy of Memory and History to inspect for use on your course, please follow this link.

  9. A Social History of the Twentieth-Century

    "Over the years I have seen many studies on the social history of twentieth-century Europe, but this one clearly stands out." - Marcel van der Linden, International Institute of Social History, The Netherlands

    If you are teaching a course in twentieth-century europe, modern, or social and cultural history and would like to order a complimentary exam copy to inspect for use on your course, please follow this link.

  10. The Public History Reader

    "This will become an essential text for all those interested in the interrogation of everyday experience, who regard history as a social form of knowledge, the work of a thousand different hands." - Paul Gough, The University of the West of England

    More than ever the value of the past is simultaneously recognized and under attack. Who decides what is history and how it should be presented are timely issues. The Public History Reader is the first international reader to explore public history as an everyday practice, combining key texts and material not available either online or in journals.

    If you are teaching a course in public history, historiography, history or heritage studies and would like to receive a complimentary copy to inspect, please follow this link.

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