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  1. Religion and Change in Modern Britain

    Over the past half-century, the religious make-up of Britain has undergone a complex evolution. Religion and Change in Modern Britain, edited by Linda Woodhead and Rebecca Catto, assembles a team of leading scholars to provide a fresh analysis and overview of religion in Britain since 1945.

  2. Looking at Buddhism Today

    Buddhism in the Modern World, edited by David L. MacMahan, offers a lively and up-to-date overview of contemporary Buddhism, including the challenges of globalization and modernity. Each chapter is written by a distinguished scholar in the field.

  3. Teaching Ancient Philosophy?

    Ancient Philosophy: A Contemporary Introduction, by Christopher Shields, offers an introduction to over 1,000 years of ancient philosophy, from the Pre-Socratics through Socrates, Plato and Aristotle to Epicureanism, Stoicism, Skepticism. This substantially revised and updated version of Shields' Classical Philosophy (2003) now features expanded coverage of Plato and Aristotle, and a new section on Hellenistic philosophy.

  4. Curriculum & Instruction catalog

    New Curriculum & Instruction Online Catalog!

    The newly released Curriculum & Instruction online catalog showcases New and Forthcoming titles in subject areas including: Curriculum Theory, Social Studies Education, Science Education, Mathematics Education, and more.


    Many of our books are available as Complimentary Exam Copies for professors or faculty considering them for course adoption. Click on your book of interest to see if it is available as a Complimentary Exam Copy.

  5. Dr. Deming & Henry Neave

    Henry Neave talks ‘Statistic Tables’ and how he knew there was a market for them

    Author Henry Neave (see right of photo) gives us an insight into how he came about producing his Statistics Tables titles: Statistics Tables & Elementary Statistics Tables and how these books became of interest to a Market that some doubted even existed.

    Despite the negativity Henry received from colleagues, the books proved to be very successful, which in turn made Henry Neave one of our leading academic authors.

  6. An Outstanding Anthology in Ethics

    Teaching ethics or ethical theory? Ethics: Essential Readings in Moral Theory, edited by George Sher, brings together sixty-six extracts from both classical and contemporary philosophers to offer comprehensive coverage of the central issues of ethics. Each selection is accompanied by an introduction from the editor.

  7. New Edition: Alexander the Great: A Reader

    Who was Alexander the Great -- and how do we know? The twelve thematic chapters in this reader contain a broad selection of the most significant published articles about Alexander, offering students an illuminating introduction to the field.

  8. Sustainable Buildings and Infrastructure

    Construction is one of the biggest industries in the world, providing necessary facilities for human prosperity ranging from the homes in which we live to the highways we drive, the power plants that provide energy for our daily activities, and the very infrastructure on which human society is built.

  9. Architecture for Rapid Change and Scarce Resources

    Architects, development practitioners and designers are working in a global environment and issues such as environmental and cultural sustainability matter more than ever. Past interactions and interventions between developed and developing countries have oftentimes been unequal and inappropriate. We now need to embrace fresh design practices based on respect for diversity and equality, participation and empowerment.

  10. Climate Smart Development in Asia

    Asia is rapidly becoming a major contributor of global greenhouse gas emissions. Also many countries in the region are highly vulnerable to impacts of climate change. With a growing consensus that there is limited time to avoid dangerous climate change, scientists, engineers, economists and policymakers worldwide have begun exploring how developing Asia can capitalize on the transition to a climate-smart development paradigm.

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