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  1. Featured Book: Event Policy

    Event Policy: From Theory to Strategy by David McGillivray, Gayle McPherson, and Malcolm Foley (all at the University of the West of Scotland) is a groundbreaking volume; it is essential reading for students, researchers and academics of events and other related disciplines.

  2. Water Resources and Development, Book of the Month, April 2011

    Clive Agnew and Philip Woodhouse's engaging and insightful text offers a unique interdisciplinary analysis by integrating scientific, engineering, social and political perspectives.

    Request your complimentary exam copy today!

  3. Corrections, 3e, Book of the Month, April 2011

    Corrections: a Critical Approach by Michael Welch (Rutgers, New Brunswick) is essential reading for both undergraduate and graduate students interested in undertaking a critical analysis of penology.

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  4. Reading Native American Literature

    Native American literature explores divides between public and private cultures, ethnicities and experience. In this volume, Joseph Coulombe argues that Native American writers use diverse narrative strategies to engage with readers and are ‘writing for connection’ with both Native and non-Native audiences.  For more information, including selected table of contents and an author bio, click here.

  5. New International Relations Titles Published January to April 2011

    A selection of our new titles published in International Relations recently,including the titles Humanitarianism Contested by Michael Barnett and Thomas G. Weiss, Hegemony and Democracy by Bruce Russett, The Organization of American States by Mônica Herz and The International Trade Centre by Stephen Browne and Sam Laird. You can view the whole list of titles below.

  6. Gender and Violence in the Middle East

    Part of UCLA Center for Middle East Development (CMED) series, this book explores the relationship between Islamism, secularism and violence against women in the Middle East and North Africa. Drawing on case studies from across the region, the authors examine the historical, cultural, religious, social, legal and political factors affecting this key issue.

  7. Critical Thinking

    Looking for a great book to teach critical thinking?

    Thinking critically is an essential skill for both scholarship and life. Written in a clear, reader-friendly style, Critical Thinking: An Appeal to Reason offers students a thorough grounding in critical analysis and argumentation. The companion website includes additional resources for both instructors and students.

  8. Introducing the New Sexuality Studies, 2e, Book of the Month, April 2011

    Introducing the New Sexuality Studies, 2e, edited by Steven Seidman (SUNY Albany), Nancy Fischer (Augsburg College), and Chet Meeks (Georgia State University), is an invaluable resource to all those with an interest in sexuality studies, gender studies and LGBTQ studies.

  9. Political Islam

    This reader provides the student with an accessible and comprehensive introduction to the study of political Islam. Offering a clear route to the most influential literature in the field, the diverse range of viewpoints presented allows students to obtain a broad, enlightened, and cosmopolitan perspective on the most pressing questions of the post-9/11 era.

  10. Featured Book: Hazards and the Built Environment

    Presenting seven guiding principles, drawn from a broad range of disciplines and approaches, Hazards and the Built Environment tackles the difficult questions about what can be done to attain built-in resilience.

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