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Art

Art

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Reading Greek Vases Ann Steiner | Franklin and Marshall College, Pennsylvania

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St. Peter’s in the Vatican Edited by William Tronzo | Tulane University, Louisiana

St. Peter’s in the Vatican has a long and turbulent history. First constructed in the fourth century to honor the tomb of St. Peter, the Early Christian edifice was gradually torn down and replaced by the new structure now in place. This volume presents an overview of St. Peter’s history from the late antique period to the twentieth century. • Comprehensive history of world renowned monument • Heavily illustrated • Major scholars of the field involved Architecture

October 2008 276 x 219 mm 336pp 978-0-521-64096-1 Hardback £79.00 978-0-521-73210-9 Paperback £30.00

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Repetition and symmetry are the fundamental aesthetic principles underlying the shape and decoration of ancient Athenian vases. This book is the first comprehensive study of the role of repetition beyond its aesthetic value, and as part of a code that conveys meaning to the viewer. • Comprehensive instruction on how to look at an ancient vase • Highly illustrated to bring the text to life • A thorough, honest explanation of how these vases relate to the context in which they were used and the cultural values of their users Western art

February 2009 253 x 177 mm 358pp 978-0-521-82522-1 Hardback £50.00 978-0-521-73235-2 Paperback £17.99

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The Parallel Worlds of Classical Art and Text

Concrete Vaulted Construction in Imperial Rome

Jocelyn Penny Small | Rutgers University, New Jersey

Innovations in Context Lynne Lancaster | Ohio University

Concrete Vaulted Construction in Imperial Rome examines methods and techniques that enabled builders to construct some of the most imposing monuments of ancient Rome. Focusing on structurally innovative vaulting and the factors that influenced its advancement. • Original illustrations of major monuments in Rome and of concepts necessary to understand them • Interdisciplinary approach to incorporating aspects of geology and structural analysis • Provides synthesis of recent work on major monuments in Rome in addition to original research

The Parallel Worlds of Classical Art and Text considers the relationship between artists and texts throughout classical antiquity. Systematically applying new and objective criteria judging the fidelity between picture and text, she argues artists illustrated stories, not texts, and that artistic transmissions follow the model of oral, not textual, transmission. • No other work systematically covers the entire gamut of classical art • New and timely topic • Argument is well illustrated Western art

October 2008 247 x 174 mm 270pp 978-0-521-81522-2 Hardback £62.00 978-0-521-73306-9 Paperback £18.99

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Architecture

February 2009 246 x 189 mm 296pp 978-0-521-84202-0 Hardback £62.00 978-0-521-74436-2 Paperback c. £24.99

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The Roman House and Social Identity Shelley Hales | University of Bristol

Examines house types from Britain to Syria to understand how people imagined and articulated their place in the Roman world. Employing a wide range of approaches to the study of the house and acculturation in the Roman Empire, this book serves as the first synthesis of Roman domestic architecture. • Discusses the role of art in domestic space • Surveys the entire empire, using case studies • Exploration of Romanness as expressed and experienced by those outside Rome

Family Fictions in Roman Art Essays on the Representation of Powerful People Natalie Boymel Kampen

In Family Fictions in Roman Art, Natalie Kampen reveals the denaturalized ways in which family could be represented in the interests of political power during the Roman Empire. The book’s contribution is its combination of attention to the creativity of Roman art and interest in the visual language of social and political relationships. • Richly illustrated • Clearly and accessibly written • Current scholarship using gender theory and models from family history Western art

March 2009 253 x 177 mm 214pp 39 halftones 33 plates 978-0-521-58447-0 Hardback £45.00 A

Architecture

April 2009 253 x 177 mm 320pp 978-0-521-73509-4 Paperback c. £15.99

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Music

Music

Portrait of a Castrato

Music and the Myth of Arcadia in Renaissance Italy Giuseppe Gerbino | Columbia University, New York

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Examining the musical representation of the myth of Arcadia in sixteenth-century Italy, this book provides new insights into the role of music in the preservation of cultural myths. A range of different musical genres are covered, including the madrigal, music for theater, and early opera. • The first English-language book to provide a thorough study of the musical representation of the myth of Arcadia in Renaissance Italy, generating new musicological interest in the topic • Covers a range of different musical genres – the madrigal, music for theatre, early opera • Will be of interest to scholars in the fields of music, theatre, literary criticism, and art history Medieval and Renaissance music | New Perspectives in Music History and Criticism, 18

March 2009 247 x 174 mm 448pp 5 halftones 25 music examples 978-0-521-89956-7 Hardback c. £65.00 A

Politics, Patronage, and Music in the Life of Atto Melani Roger Freitas | University of Rochester, New York

Exploring the fascinating life of the most documented musician of the seventeenth century, Freitas tells how the castrato Atto Melani rose to musical and social prominence. Whether Atto was singing, spying, having sex, composing, or rejecting his art, this book illustrates how music-making was always also a negotiation for power. • Presents many new documents concerning music and the lives of musicians during the seventeenth century, providing a fresh view on this period • Considers the under-studied genre of the Italian chamber cantata in new ways which will provoke new research and work on the topic • Takes a novel approach to the genre of the biography Music (general) | New Perspectives in Music History and Criticism, 19

April 2009 247 x 174 mm 448pp 15 halftones 16 tables 18 music examples 978-0-521-88521-8 Hardback c. £55.00 A

Form, Program, and Metaphor in the Music of Berlioz Stephen Rodgers | University of Oregon

Musical Exoticism Images and Reflections Ralph P. Locke | Eastman School of Music, University of Rochester, New York

A Japanese geisha, Carmen flinging a rose at Don José, ‘West Side Story’ – portrayals of exotic people and places have been ubiquitous in Western music from 1700 to today. Musical Exoticism surveys the vast and varied repertoire of Western musical works evoking exotic locales, exploring their persuasive, sometimes disturbing effects. • Provides a wide-ranging overview of the major trends in exotic portrayal in music, from the high Baroque era to today • The many illustrations provide the reader with a range of evocative visual images, from centuries-old drawings of Turkish musicians to photos of scenes from stage works such as ‘West Side Story’ • Places musical exoticism in the context of other trends in music, and historical and cultural events Music (general)

March 2009 247 x 174 mm 440pp 27 halftones 21 music examples 978-0-521-87793-0 Hardback c. £55.00 A

Berlioz was a pioneer in the genre of ‘program music’ – music that draws its inspiration from the world of literature, theatre, and other arts. Rodgers explores how Berlioz’s music is related to the stories it conveys, demonstrating how he manipulated musical forms to depict emotions such as madness or love. • Includes numerous score examples, enabling readers to learn more about the specific pieces • Combines music-theoretical and humanistic thinking, allowing readers to explore not only Berlioz’s music but also the broader intellectual currents that fed into it • Epilogue suggests avenues for future research, encouraging students and scholars to build upon the ideas in the book Nineteenth-century music

March 2009 247 x 174 mm 208pp 34 music examples 978-0-521-88404-4 Hardback c. £50.00 A

French Grand Opera and the Historical Imagination Sarah Hibberd | University of Nottingham

The Life of Haydn David Wyn Jones | Cardiff University

One of the most important composers in the history of music, Joseph Haydn was much more popular in his lifetime than Mozart or Beethoven. The first biography of the composer for over 25 years, this book probes the darker side of Haydn’s personality, his penny-pinching and his troubled marriage. • The first biography of Haydn to appear for over 25 years, the publication of this book in 2009 marks the 200th anniversary of this remarkable composer’s death • Reveals new material on Haydn and represents a broader outlook on his personality and his times • The narrative is interspersed with fascinating extracts from contemporary accounts of Haydn

Opera

May 2009 247 x 174 mm 250pp 9 halftones 6 tables 28 music examples 978-0-521-88562-1 Hardback c. £50.00 A

Music (general) | Musical Lives

May 2009 216 x 138 mm 264pp 7 halftones 978-0-521-89574-3 Hardback c. £50.00

During the years of the July Monarchy, French grand opera exploited the powerful combination of musical and visual effects to foreground political agendas. Taking five operas – by Auber, Meyerbeer, Halévy and Niedermeyer – this book reveals the central position that grand opera occupied during this period, bringing the past alive. • Includes discussion of other historical activities, such as painting and historical history writing, encouraging the reader to understand opera in a broader context • Avoids technical musical language, focusing instead on the historical contexts of opera • Includes a survey of the political situation during the July Monarchy, allowing the reader to appreciate the political significance of the operas

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Classical studies

Classical studies

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Law and Justice in the Courts of Classical Athens

The Language of Empire Rome and the Idea of Empire From the Third Century BC to the Second Century AD John Richardson | University of Edinburgh

Examines the language and the institutions of the Romans during the period in which they conquered the known world and created their empire. Changes in the meaning of some key words enable us to bypass modern assumptions about empire and discover what the Romans themselves thought they were doing. • Investigates exhaustively the key words imperium and provincia in Latin literature and official Roman documents • Compares and contrasts ideas of empire from different societies • Provides a fresh and methodologically different exposition of changing Roman mentalities towards imperial expansion Ancient history

December 2008 228 x 152 mm 232pp 1 table 978-0-521-81501-7 Hardback £50.00 A

Socrates on Friendship and Community Reflections on Plato’s Symposium, Phaedrus, and Lysis Mary P. Nichols | Baylor University, Texas

In the modern philosophical tradition, Plato’s Socrates has been viewed as an alienating influence on Western thought and life. Through analyses of Plato’s dialogues on love and friendship, Mary Nichols addresses Kierkegaard’s and Nietzsche’s criticism of Socrates and recovers the place of friendship and community in Socratic philosophising. • Explores connection of friendship to politics and philosophy in Socratic philosophy • Detailed and rich analyses of some of Plato’s most loved dialogues • Shows how Plato’s philosophy addresses modern alienation Ancient history

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 230pp 978-0-521-89973-4 Hardback £45.00

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Res Gestae Divi Augusti Text, Translation, and Commentary Alison Cooley | University of Warwick

At the end of his life the emperor Augustus wrote an account of his achievements in which he reviewed his rise to power, his conquest of the world and his unparalleled generosity towards his subjects. This edition provides a new text, translation and commentary suitable for students of all levels. • First substantial commentary on the Res Gestae in English for more than four decades • Incorporates the latest scholarship on the Augustan age • Includes illustrations and maps to aid the student Ancient history

June 2009 247 x 174 mm 320pp 34 halftones 5 maps 978-0-521-84152-8 Hardback c. £45.00 A 978-0-521-60128-3 Paperback c. £16.99 A

Adriaan Lanni | Harvard Law School

Adriaan Lanni draws on contemporary legal thinking to present a new model of the legal system of classical Athens. She analyzes the Athenians’ preference in most cases for ad hoc, discretionary decision-making, as opposed to what moderns would call the rule of law. • Draws on contemporary legal thinking to present a new model of the Athenian legal system • Compares Athenian judicial notions and practices with modern democratic ones • Accessible to readers unfamiliar with Athenian history Ancient history

November 2008 228 x 152 mm 224pp 978-0-521-85759-8 Hardback £45.00 978-0-521-73301-4 Paperback £14.99

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From Hellenism to Islam Cultural and Linguistic Change in the Roman Near East Edited by Hannah Cotton | Hebrew University of Jerusalem

The eight hundred years between the Roman and Islamic conquests witnessed a rich, constantly evolving blend of linguistic, legal and religious systems in the Near East. This volume considers the relationships among the diverse cultures of the region, and how they affected each other during this period. • Sheds new light on a subject that is often misunderstood • Brings together contributors from a wide and diverse range of disciplines and specialities • No other book on the complex subject of the Roman Near East possesses such variety and depth Ancient history

March 2009 228 x 152 mm 512pp 6 halftones 978-0-521-87581-3 Hardback c. £65.00 A

The Politics of Munificence in the Roman Empire Citizens, Elites and Benefactors in Asia Minor Arjan Zuiderhoek | Universiteit Gent, Belgium

In the first two centuries AD, the eastern Roman provinces experienced a proliferation of elite public generosity (gifts of buildings, festivals, distributions in exchange for public honours) unmatched in their previous or later history. This is a study of the motivations behind those public benefactions. • Offers a substantial reassessment of the nature of public munificence in the Graeco-Roman world • Provides a detailed case study of an important area of the Roman Empire • Investigates and explains the rise of public giving in Asia Minor, relating it clearly to wider long-term developments in the Roman Empire Ancient history | Greek Culture in the Roman World

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 216pp 3 tables 978-0-521-51930-4 Hardback c. £55.00

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Plato’s Myths

Ancient Epistemology

Edited by Catalin Partenie | Université du Québec, Montréal

Lloyd Gerson | University of Toronto

Plato seasons his philosophical dialogues with selfcontained, fantastical narratives that we usually label his ‘myths’. This volume focuses on the ways in which a number of Plato’s most famous myths are interwoven with his philosophy. It also contains seventeen rare Renaissance illustrations of Platonic myths. • Eleven specially-commissioned new essays from leading names in the field of ancient philosophy • Wide-ranging study of a striking aspect of Platonic philosophy, his use of myth • Contains seventeen rare Renaissance illustrations of Platonic myths, discussed for the first time in a volume on Plato’s myths

This first title in the Key Themes in Ancient Philosophy series explores ancient accounts of the nature of knowledge and belief from Socrates’ predecessors up to the Platonists of late antiquity. Gerson argues that ancient philosophers generally held a naturalistic view of knowledge and compares this with some contemporary epistemologies. • Major synthesis of one of the most important fields of philosophy in antiquity by a senior scholar of international renown • Covers the whole of antiquity from Socrates’ predecessors to late antiquity • Shows how the ancient accounts and debates reflect on modern discussions of epistemology

Ancient philosophy

Ancient philosophy | Key Themes in Ancient Philosophy

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 296pp 11 halftones 978-0-521-88790-8 Hardback £55.00 A

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 200pp 978-0-521-87139-6 Hardback c. £45.00 978-0-521-69189-5 Paperback c. £15.99

Aiming at Virtue in Plato Iakovos Vasiliou | Graduate School and University Center, New York and Brooklyn College, City University of New York

This innovative study argues that there is a prominent distinction in Plato between the idea of virtue as the supreme aim of one’s action, and the determination of which action is virtuous. Appreciating this distinction leads to new understandings of Socratic and Platonic ethics. Includes readings of the important texts. • Provides a new conceptual structure, based on Plato’s text, for interpreting the dialogues • Gives detailed textual readings of well-known Platonic dialogues • Provides a new reading of Plato’s understanding of virtue over several dialogues and periods Ancient philosophy

November 2008 228 x 152 mm 322pp 978-0-521-86296-7 Hardback £55.00

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Distorted Ideals in Greek Vase-Painting The World of Mythological Burlesque David Walsh | University of Manchester

This book examines Greek vase-paintings that depict humorous, burlesque, and irreverent images of Greek mythology and the gods. When placed against the background of the religious beliefs and social frameworks from which they spring, these images allow us to explore questions relating to their meaning in particular communities. • First time that this type of material has been brought together in one catalogue/book • Catalogue of 144 vases, has full and engaging commentary which describes vases and examines what they may have meant for their makers • Images are visually appealing and the book is generously illustrated Classical art, architecture

Ludic Proof

October 2008 253 x 177 mm 440pp 144 halftones 978-0-521-89641-2 Hardback £55.00 A

Greek Mathematics and the Alexandrian Aesthetic Reviel Netz | Stanford University, California

Describes the relationship between science and poetry in the Hellenistic period by analysing the stylistic features of Hellenistic mathematics and then showing how they can be understood within the context of Hellenistic poetry. The result transforms our understanding of the origins of Western mathematics. • First book to understand scientific writing in a literary context • First book to introduce the mathematical corpus into discussions of Hellenistic culture • Offers a new understanding of the development of Greek mathematics Ancient philosophy

May 2009 228 x 152 mm 262pp 978-0-521-89894-2 Hardback c. £55.00

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The Roman Amphitheatre From its Origins to the Colosseum Katherine E. Welch | Institute of Fine Arts, New York University

This is the first book to analyze the evolution of the Roman amphitheatre as an architectural form. Katherine Welch addresses the critical period in the history of this building type: its origins and dissemination under the Republic. • First book to address the critical period in the history of the Roman amphitheatre – its origins and development under the Republic • Traces history of the amphitheatre from its early period to its canonization as a building type with the Colosseum in Rome • Discusses the reception of the Colosseum and its games during the imperial period Western art

February 2009 253 x 215 mm 376pp 978-0-521-74435-5 Paperback c. £23.99

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Private Worship, Public Values, and Religious Change in Late Antiquity

Lord Elgin and Ancient Greek Architecture The Elgin Drawings at the British Museum Luciana Gallo | Università degli Studi, Palermo, Italy

Kim Bowes | Cornell University, New York

Conventional histories of late antique Christianity tell the story of a public institution – the Christian Church. In this book, Kim Bowes relates another history, that of the Christian private. Using textual and archaeological evidence, she examines the Christian rituals of home and rural estate, which took place outside the supervision of bishops and their agents. • Uses both texts and archaeology to revise the history of Christianity’s first public centuries • Emphasises that the family and the individual presented real challenges to the Christian Church • Presents a history of Christianity in which individuals were more powerful that institutions

This book analyses the rich and remarkable collection of archaeological drawings, now housed in The British Museum, drawn in Greece by a team of architects and artists in the service of Lord Elgin during his ambassadorial expedition to the Levant (1799–1803). Luciana Gallo offers a new interpretation of Elgin’s interest in antiquities and reveals the aims, innovative approach, and significant achievements of this specialised tour. • Analysis and reproduction of an architectural graphic collection never previously thoroughly studied and published • New interpretation of Lord Elgin’s controversial Eastern expedition • Role of Lord Elgin’s expedition for the advancement of contemporary archaeological studies

Classical art, architecture

Classical art, architecture

October 2008 253 x 177 mm 376pp 25 halftones 10 maps 978-0-521-88593-5 Hardback £50.00 A

February 2009 279 x 215 mm 354pp 201 halftones 978-0-521-88163-0 Hardback £80.00 A Textbook

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Apuleius: Metamorphoses

Greek Sculpture Function, Materials, and Techniques in the Archaic and Classical Periods Edited by Olga Palagia | University of Athens, Greece

Greek sculpture developed into a fine art in the archaic and classical periods. With the human figure as its main subject, artists worked to represent it in increasingly naturalistic terms. This book explores the material aspects of Greek sculpture at a pivotal phase in its evolution. • Discusses the technical aspects of Greek sculpture in the archaic and classical periods • Organized by regions • Takes account of new fields such as marble identification and bronze analysis Classical art, architecture

October 2008 253 x 177 mm 342pp 978-0-521-77267-9 Hardback £62.00 978-0-521-73837-8 Paperback £18.99

An Intermediate Latin Reader Paul Murgatroyd | McMaster University, Ontario

Apuleius’ famous novel, The Metamorphoses, tells the story of a man who was magically changed into an ass and had various entertaining adventures before regaining his human form. This book contains selections and is aimed at students moving on to genuine, unsimplified Latin prose after completing an introductory Latin course. • Offers a selection of exciting, horrific and moving Latin passages from this famous and entertaining novel • Provides detailed notes and a full vocabulary aimed at the student who has completed an introductory Latin course • Brings the selections alive as literature through passages of historical comment and literary criticism Classical languages

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Art and Identity in Dark Age Greece, 1100–700 BC Susan Langdon | University of Missouri, Columbia

This book explores how art and material culture were used to construct age, gender, and social identity in the Greek Early Iron Age, 1100–700 BC. This study offers a comprehensive view of early Greece by recognizing the place of children and women in a warrior-focused society. • Includes broad range of artworks in different media, including little-known works • Provides background for general readers and context for Greek history and literature • Addresses gender issues in antiquity Classical art, architecture

November 2008 253 x 177 mm 418pp 82 halftones 978-0-521-51321-0 Hardback £50.00 A

March 2009 247 x 174 mm 168pp 12 halftones 978-0-521-87046-7 Hardback c. £45.00 A 978-0-521-69055-3 Paperback c. £16.99 X

Wandering Poets in Ancient Greek Culture Travel, Locality and Panhellenism Edited by Richard Hunter | University of Cambridge

Poets in ancient Greece travelled in search of commissions and to celebrate local communities, rather than staying put in and only writing for their own cities. This volume explores this central feature of ancient culture, setting wandering poets within the wider context of ancient networks of exchange, patronage and affiliation. • First such study devoted to this crucial aspect of Greek poetic production • The contributors are some of the foremost experts in Greek literature writing in the world today • It is wide-ranging in terms of chronology and innovative and inclusive in methodology Classical literature

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 344pp 3 halftones 1 map 978-0-521-89878-2 Hardback c. £55.00 A

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Martial’s Rome

Sophocles and the Greek Tragic Tradition

Empire and the Ideology of Epigram Victoria E. Rimell | Università degli Studi di Roma ‘La Sapienza’, Italy

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Edited by Simon Goldhill | University of Cambridge

A study of the poetics of the Epigrams which explores Martial’s radical vision of the relationship between art and reality and his role in formulating modern perceptions of Rome. This is a major contribution to the rehabilitation of Martial and to the understanding of Flavian literature and Roman material culture. • The first book in English to give a comprehensive account of Martial’s poetics and attempt to define his aesthetic • Contains detailed readings of six books by Martial, but also pursues a thematic approach • Written in a lively style that brings Martial’s rude and idiomatic wit to life Classical literature

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 248pp 978-0-521-82822-2 Hardback £50.00

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Apollo’s New Light Martin M. Winkler | George Mason University, Virginia

Edited by Simon Goldhill | University of Cambridge

Dialogue was invented as a written genre by fifthcentury Greeks but in the ancient Christian empire became a largely forgotten form. It raises profound questions of freedom, openness, power and authority. This volume investigates why dialogue matters. Who wrote dialogues and why? Who repressed dialogues and why? • The first book to cover the history of dialogue as a genre in antiquity • Features world-class contributors, experts in their field, led by a wellestablished and successful editor • Encourages closer reflection on dialogue in its wider social, cultural and religious contexts in today’s world Classical literature

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This book reads films as visual texts and provides the first systematic theoretical and practical demonstration of the affinities between GrecoRoman literature and the cinema. It examines major themes from classical myth and history and covers a wide range of European and American directors, film genres, and classical authors. • A unique synthesis of traditional scholarship in classics and film studies • Contains wide-ranging discussions of films set in antiquity or that deal with themes covering classical myth and history • Demonstrates how and why the study of ancient literature is a good preparation for the interpretation of films Classical literature

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 368pp 46 halftones 978-0-521-51860-4 Hardback c. £55.00 A

The Ancient Critic at Work

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The Origins of Theater in Ancient Greece and Beyond From Ritual to Drama Edited by Eric Csapo | University of Toronto

The Origins of Theater in Ancient Greece and Beyond examines the evidence for the pre-history and origin of drama. The book brings together seventeen essays by leading scholars in a variety of fields, including classical archaeology, iconography, cultural history, theater history, philosophy, and religion. • Features an interdisciplinary approach • Richly illustrated with major visual evidence • The most thorough examination of the subject to date Classical literature

February 2009 253 x 177 mm 462pp 978-0-521-83682-1 Hardback £53.00 978-0-521-74833-9 Paperback £26.00

Classical literature

Cinema and Classical Texts

The End of Dialogue in Antiquity

December 2008 228 x 152 mm 262pp 978-0-521-88774-8 Hardback £55.00

Essays by international experts on Sophocles, asking why he matters, and why he is still read and performed today. His seven surviving tragedies are discussed from a variety of perspectives. A picture emerges of Sophocles’ place at the foundations of the tragic tradition and in its perpetual refashioning and renewal. • World-class set of contributors reassess the state of play in studies of Sophocles • Applies recently developed models of Greek tragedy to longstanding questions in classical scholarship • Combines discussions of all Sophocles’ surviving plays with a broad contextualisation of his work within and beyond antiquity

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Terms and Concepts of Literary Criticism in Greek Scholia René Nünlist | Brown University, Rhode Island

The large but underrated corpus of Greek scholia, the marginal and interlinear notes found in manuscripts, is a very important source for ancient literary criticism. This book provides a repertoire of the various terms and concepts employed, with extensive quotation of the relevant witnesses, and a glossary of Greek terms. • First book to examine the whole range of the scholia • Arranges the material thematically to enhance the book’s utility • Includes a glossary of Greek terms and several indices to enable use as a reference work Classical literature

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 440pp 978-0-521-85058-2 Hardback c. £60.00

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Classical studies

New in Paperback

Greek Mythology

The Cambridge Dictionary of Classical Civilization

Poetics, Pragmatics and Fiction Claude Calame | Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Paris

Argues that the meaning of Greek myths can only be studied according to their artistic forms of expression. Using myths such as those of Persephone, Bellerophon, Helen and Teiresias, Claude Calame surveys Greek mythology as a category inseparable from the literature in which so much of it is found. • English translation of an important recent work by a leading international figure in the study of Greek mythology • Analyses in depth the presentation of famous Greek myths such as those of Orestes and Clytemnestra, Helen, and Bellerophon • Discusses a wide range of literary forms, from Homeric narrative to Hellenistic poetry Classical literature

March 2009 228 x 152 mm 320pp 978-0-521-88858-5 Hardback c. £55.00

November 2008 247 x 154 mm 1010pp 342 halftones 978-0-521-48313-1 Hardback £115.00 A 978-0-521-73150-8 Paperback £19.99 T

The Cambridge Companion to Greek Lyric Edited by Felix Budelmann | University of Oxford

Introduction for students and non-specialists to this wide-ranging body of poetry, which includes work by such famous poets as Sappho and Pindar. It takes full account of the exciting new papyrus finds and new critical approaches which have advanced our understanding of the poetry and its performance and transmission. • First introduction to the whole of Greek lyric poetry which is accessible for students and non-specialists • Includes chapters on individual poets and genres and on broad themes • Provides full coverage of the reception of Greek lyric in antiquity and down to the present day Classical literature | Cambridge Companions to Literature

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 512pp 12 halftones 2 maps 978-0-521-84944-9 Hardback c. £60.00 A 978-0-521-61476-4 Paperback c. £21.99 A

Growing Up Fatherless in Antiquity Edited by Sabine R. Hübner | Columbia University, New York

Probably one-third of all children under fifteen in the ancient Mediterranean world were raised by single mothers, relatives, or step-parents. This book assesses the wide-ranging impact such high levels of chronic father-absence had on the societies, cultures, politics and families of this world. • Gives the reader a cross-cultural overview on the problem of growing up fatherless in ancient and modern societies • Contains invaluable demographic information • Essays drawn from a wide range of periods, regions and cultures establish a useful socio-historical context for the reader Classical studies (general)

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 368pp 978-0-521-49050-4 Hardback c. £55.00

Philostratus Edited by Ewen Bowie | Corpus Christi College, Oxford

First volume of its kind to be devoted to the works of Philostratus, the great essayist, biographer and historian of Greek culture in the Roman world. The papers contained cover his remarkable range, from hagiographic fiction to historical dialogue, and from prescriptions for gymnastics to the lives of the Sophists. • Provides fresh new readings of each of Philostratus’ works • Offers introductory overviews of the entire corpus, enabling readers to think about individual works in context • Includes a new translation of the Dialexis 2 April 2009 228 x 152 mm 432pp 11 halftones 4 maps 978-0-521-82720-1 Hardback c. £70.00 A

This key work, containing almost 1700 entries and 500 illustrations, surveys all the traditionallystudied areas of the classical world, as well as exploring new themes such as dress, housing, minority groups and social relations. An essential reference tool for students and all those with an interest in ancient civilisation. • Provides an extensive survey of the worlds of ancient Greece and Rome, with over 1700 entries from leading scholars in the field • Explores material realities such as dress, housing and technology to paint a vivid picture of life in the classical world • Heavily illustrated, with over 500 images supporting the entries Classical studies (general)

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Classical literature | Greek Culture in the Roman World

Graham Shipley | University of Leicester

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Roman Warfare Jonathan P. Roth | San José State University, California

Roman Warfare surveys the history of Rome’s fighting forces from their inception in the 7th century BCE to the fall of the Western Empire in the 5th century CE. In non-technical, lively language, Jonathan Roth examines the evolution of Roman war over its thousand-year history. • Includes comprehensive surveys of wars as well as changes in Roman warfare equipment and organisation during Rome’s entire history • Detailed and informative, but entertaining and readable • Ideal for students but also for anyone interested in popular military history Classical studies (general) | Cambridge Introduction to Roman Civilization

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Literature and Dance in Nineteenth-Century Britain

Multimedia Modernism Literature and the Anglo-American Avant-garde Julian Murphet | University of New South Wales, Sydney

Multimedia Modernism explores the complex effects of a new media environment on avant-garde literary production in the early twentieth century. Re-reading modernism’s technological origins through the lens of media theory, this innovative study proposes a serious new methodological approach to modernism in general. • Proposes a new methodological approach to modernism • Contains exciting new readings of important literary figures such as Gertrude Stein, Ezra Pound and Louis Zukofsky • Fuses literary criticism and media theory and points to new directions for future study

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English literature – 1945 and beyond

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The Cambridge Introduction to J. M. Coetzee Dominic Head | University of Nottingham

This up-to-date survey of the writer’s fiction and context is written accessibly for those new to his work. It includes detailed assessments of major works such as Disgrace. This Introduction will help new readers understand and appreciate one of the most important and challenging authors in contemporary literature. • A complete introductory overview of all aspects of Coetzee’s work and career • Covers all his important works: his fiction including Disgrace, his memoirs and non-fiction • Explores key themes in Coetzee’s work: postcolonialism, history, Apartheid, confessional writing English literature – 1945 and beyond | Cambridge Introductions to Literature

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Exploring the multifaceted relationship between social dance and nineteenth-century literature and culture, Cheryl A. Wilson shows how dance provided a vehicle through which writers could explore social and cultural issues such as gender, social mobility, and nationalism. • The first full-length study of the relationship between literature and dance in nineteenth-century Britain • Covers wide range of canonical and non-canonical authors from Jane Austen and W. M. Thackeray, to Charlotte Bury and Catherine Gore • Includes and analyses extensive material from nineteenth-century dance manuals English literature -1830-1900 | Cambridge Studies in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture, 63

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 230pp 6 halftones 978-0-521-51909-0 Hardback c. £50.00

Evolutionary Narrative in Darwin, George Eliot and NineteenthCentury Fiction Third edition Gillian Beer | University of Cambridge

Updated for the anniversary year, Gillian Beer’s classic Darwin’s Plots continues to open up new approaches to Darwin’s thinking and to its effects in the culture of his contemporaries. This third edition includes an updated bibliography and a new essay about his concern with consciousness across all forms of life. • A new edition of this influential interdisciplinary study • Includes a new essay and fully updated bibliography • Published for the Darwin anniversary year • It focuses on how writers, including George Eliot, Charles Kingsley and Thomas Hardy, responded to Darwin’s discoveries English literature -1830-1900

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The Poetry of Chartism Aesthetics, Politics, History Mike Sanders | University of Manchester

Between 1838 and 1852, the leading Chartist newspaper, the Northern Star, published over 1,000 poems by more than 350 poets. As well as examining the critical history of Chartist poetry, Michael Sanders explores its contribution to the struggle for democratic rights, analysing the interplay between politics, aesthetics and history. • Transforms our understanding of Chartism by analysing the role played by poetry published in the leading Chartist newspaper the Northern Star • Includes detailed literary analysis of individual Chartist poems, situated within their specific historical context • Contains a complete publication record of the Northern Star’s poetry column English literature -1830-1900 | Cambridge Studies in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture, 62

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Darwin’s Plots

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Jane Austen to the New Woman Cheryl A. Wilson | Indiana University, Pennsylvania

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Shakespeare and Victorian Women Gail Marshall | Oxford Brookes University

This first full-length study of the influence of Shakespeare and his plays on Victorian women sheds new light on the work of actresses and writers, the reading habits of women generally, and the education of girls in the nineteenth century. • Innovative new work on the importance of Shakespeare and his work in the nineteenth century • Extends our understanding of the reception of Shakespeare in drama, literature and education contexts • Sheds new light on educational, intellectual and emotional interests of nineteenth-century women English literature -1830-1900 | Cambridge Studies in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture, 64

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The Tragi-Comedy of Victorian Fatherhood Valerie Sanders | University of Hull

This is a study of Victorian middle-class fatherhood from the fathers’ own perspective. It aims to dismantle the classic stereotype of the nineteenthcentury paterfamilias by focusing on the lives of influential public men, ranging from novelists to politicians, scientists and leading churchmen. • Explores and challenges accepted ideas about the overbearing Victorian father • Specific examples of fatherhood include major public figures such as Darwin, Dickens and Kingsley • Uses unpublished diaries, letters and memorial pieces giving access to little-known personal material English literature -1830-1900 | Cambridge Studies in Nineteenth-Century Literature and Culture, 65

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The Persistence of Modernism Loss and Mourning in the Twentieth Century Madelyn Detloff | Miami University

Examines the continued relevance of modernism in the early twenty first century, a time of escalating loss, retribution and desire. Some of the social formations that inspired modernism are still with us, and Detloff argues that the resilient writing of modernist figures offers us insight into our own contemporary traumas. • Provides a sense of historical continuity and a better understanding of both World Wars’ impact on contemporary culture • Reconceptualises Modernism and helps the reader to better understand the importance of contemporary authors • Provides a fresh look at important modernist figures such as Woolf, Stein and H.D. while reading them in the context of contemporary issues and authors English literature -1900-1945

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Modernism, the Market and the Institution of the New Rod Rosenquist | Newbold College, Berkshire

How does one create an original work when the ‘new’ has already been established? Focusing on the writers and poets who emerged after Modernism’s high-water mark year of 1922, this study considers problems of value and innovation in an era already dominated by the likes of Joyce, Eliot and Pound. • Engages with the latest theoretical discussions of late Modernism • Provides new readings of the work of several important authors • Offers a clear overview of modernist literary history English literature -1900-1945

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 232pp 978-0-521-51619-8 Hardback £50.00

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The Cambridge Companion to the Twentieth-Century English Novel Edited by Robert L. Caserio | Pennsylvania State University

This Companion introduces readers to more than a hundred major and minor novelists. It demonstrates continuities in novel-writing throughout the century and presents leading critical ideas about English fiction’s themes and forms. Students of modern literature will find this Companion an indispensable guide to the history of the English novel. • Reveals continuities in the novel genre by providing an overview of the whole century • Covers many individual novels and novelists • Features a chronology and guide to further reading English literature -1900-1945 | Cambridge Companions to Literature

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Survivors’ Songs From Maldon to the Somme Jon Stallworthy | University of Oxford

For fifty years, Jon Stallworthy has been writing about the literary and autobiographical voices of those caught up in war. In these linked essays, he sets the poetry and prose of the First World War and its aftermath in the context of writing about warfare from Troy to Vietnam. • An important new work from one of the bestknown scholars of First World War poetry • Beautifully written, with much to interest the general reader • Includes readings of First World War poets in the context of war writing across the ages English literature (general)

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Securing the Past Conservation in Art, Architecture and Literature Paul Eggert | University College, Australian Defence Force Academy, Canberra

The concept and practice of restoration in all its forms are entangled in many contemporary theoretical debates and problems. This book is the first concerted effort to examine together the linked philosophies of the different arts of preserving and uncovering the past. • The first overview of the whole range of restoration: buildings, art works and literature • Explores the theoretical basis behind restoration and how it has changed over time • Works towards a new way of thinking about preserving the past English literature (general)

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Modernity and the Reinvention of Tradition

Translations of Authority in Medieval English Literature

Backing into the Future Stephen Prickett | University of Glasgow

Valuing the Vernacular Alastair Minnis | Ohio State University

An important contribution to literature, history and theology, this sweeping work shows how people manufacture their own idea of truth, customs, or ancient wisdom to make sense of the past in terms of a problematic present. • An important new study by a senior scholar of literature and the history of ideas • Original new take on the role tradition has played in culture over the last three centuries • Of interest to literary scholars, historians, theologians and philosophers

Leading critic Alastair Minnis investigates the relationships between authority and the vernacular in a range of texts from late-medieval England. The significance of ‘vernacularity’ is discussed with reference to court patronage of literature, textual commentary, heretical doctrine, and tales of suspicious saints and relics. • Highly-respected scholar’s new contribution to an important area of Medieval studies • Offers a fuller, richer understanding of the concept of ‘the vernacular’ in Medieval literature • Gives insight into the complex relationship between élite and popular culture in the Medieval period

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May 2009 228 x 152 mm 280pp 1 halftone 978-0-521-51746-1 Hardback c. £50.00

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Milton’s Scriptural Reasoning Narrative and Protestant Toleration Phillip J. Donnelly | Baylor University, Texas

This elegant and insightful study transforms common perceptions of Milton’s writing, arguing that his poetic engagement with biblical narrative is inseparable from his view of reason as a capacity for peaceful difference. New readings of his major poems also provide important new perspectives on the poet’s aesthetics, theology and politics. • The only book-length treatment of reason as a topic in the poetry of John Milton • Provides new readings of Milton’s major works • Challenges existing critical assumptions about Milton’s theology and politics English literature (general)

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 280pp 978-0-521-50973-2 Hardback £50.00

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February 2009 228 x 152 mm 266pp 978-0-521-51594-8 Hardback c. £50.00

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Sentimental Masculinity and the Rise of History, 1790–1890 Mike Goode | Syracuse University, New York

Tracing the debate over what counted as history in nineteenth-century Britain, Mike Goode uncovers a Romantic literary and political tradition which held that historians must be manly and sentimental to understand history properly. Victorian academics successfully countered this tradition by asserting the superior importance of an unfeeling science of history. • Transforms the received account of the genesis of modern historical thought • Draws on primary materials from a wide variety of disciplinary fields and genres • Contains a coda on the heritage industry, living history museums, and historical re-enactment English literature (general) | Cambridge Studies in Romanticism, 80

Religion and Revelry in Shakespeare’s Festive World Phebe Jensen | Utah State University

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Romanticism and Popular Culture in Britain and Ireland

Jensen examines the relationship between traditional festive pastimes – such as Midsummer pageants – and Shakespeare’s plays. In arguing that Shakespeare’s work reflects ongoing religious controversies concerning these pastimes, the book intervenes in recent controversies over religion’s role in Shakespeare’s theater, and the place of Catholicism in Shakespeare’s work and world. • Reviews recent scholarly debates on Shakespearean festivity and Shakespeare and Catholicism • Includes individual readings of Shakespeare’s plays including As You Like It and Twelfth Night, providing context and specific examples for the reader • Presents and analyses archival material on regional performance

This interdisciplinary collection of essays examines the construction and contestation of popular culture in the late eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries, with a particular emphasis on the world of polite arts and letters that would later come to be identified with British Romanticism. • First study of its kind addressing key themes in Romanticism and popular culture • Links major Romantic writers including Shelley, Keats and Wordsworth to popular culture in a new way • Leading scholars look at all aspects of popular culture: ballads and bards, plebeian politics and rustic traditions

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Samuel Johnson, the Ossian Fraud, and the Celtic Revival in Great Britain and Ireland

Romanticism and Celebrity Culture, 1750-1850

Thomas M. Curley | Bridgewater State College, Massachusetts

Edited by Tom Mole | McGill University, Montréal

This study presents the fullest investigation of the faked publication of the ‘Ossian poems’ to date. This book will be an important addition to knowledge about both the Ossian controversy and Samuel Johnson, with an appendix featuring a rare pamphlet against Ossian written with the assistance of Johnson himself. • Outlines Johnson’s responses to James MacPherson’s fraudulent ‘Ossian’ poems • Offers a new set of perspectives on the Celtic Revival and the Irish connections of the Ossian debate • Features the first publication of Johnson and William Shaw’s rare pamphlet against Macpherson

We live in a celebrity-obsessed culture, but until recently the history of celebrity has been little discussed. Looking back to the 1720s and forward to the 1890s, this volume identifies the people and institutions that made the Romantic period a pivotal moment in the creation of celebrity. • A collection of essays tracing celebrity culture through Romantic literature and culture • Includes new work on Byron, Johnson, Mary Robinson and many other now-forgotten celebrities • Illustrated with several examples of how celebrities were represented in art and the media

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English literature- 1700-1830

May 2009 228 x 152 mm 350pp 978-0-521-40747-2 Hardback c. £50.00

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Native Americans and AngloAmerican Culture, 1750–1850 The Indian Atlantic Edited by Tim Fulford | Nottingham Trent University

An analysis of the intercultural dynamics between Native Americans and both the British Empire and the developing United States from a literary and transatlantic perspective. Featuring contributions by leading literary critics and historians, this book sets a new agenda for thinking about transatlantic cultural relations. • Considers connections between British, American and Canadian literature in a comparative way • Explores how Native American writing challenged colonial ideologies • Restores Native American literature and culture to its rightful place within transatlantic studies

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Women and Enlightenment in Eighteenth-Century Britain Karen O’Brien | University of Warwick

Karen O’Brien examines the central importance to the British Enlightenment both of women writers and of women as a subject of enquiry. She explores the way in which Enlightenment ideas created a new way of thinking about the roles of women in society and paved the way for nineteenth-century feminism. • Suggests new ways of integrating gender into the history of the Enlightenment in Britain • Contributes much new material to the study of the European impact of the Enlightenment • Offers a wide overview of the period by discussing an exceptionally wide range of writers English literature- 1700-1830

March 2009 228 x 152 mm 336pp 978-0-521-77349-2 Hardback c. £50.00 978-0-521-77427-7 Paperback c. £17.99

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Romanticism, Revolution and Language The Fate of the Word from Samuel Johnson to George Eliot John Beer | University of Cambridge

A leading scholar in Romantic literature and theology, John Beer offers a persuasive new account of post-revolutionary continuities between the major Romantic writers and their Victorian successors. This book traces the impact of revolution on language, from Blake, Coleridge and Wordsworth, to Hazlitt, Austen, Gaskell and George Eliot. • Traces the after-effects of the French Revolution in literature, language, religion and culture • Represents the culmination of John Beer’s distinguished literary career • Features essays on Wordsworth, Coleridge, Hazlitt, Austen and George Eliot English literature- 1700-1830

May 2009 228 x 152 mm 256pp 978-0-521-89755-6 Hardback c. £50.00

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The Cambridge Companion to Daniel Defoe Edited by John Richetti | University of Pennsylvania

This volume surveys the wide range of Defoe’s fiction and non-fiction, and assesses his importance as writer and thinker. The man who was once pilloried for his writings emerges now as a key figure in the literature and culture of the early eighteenth century. • Designed to introduce students to the full range of Defoe’s writing • Explains Defoe’s place in the political, literary and intellectual culture of his time • Features a guide to further reading and a chronology English literature- 1700-1830 | Cambridge Companions to Literature

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Wordsworth, Commodification, and Social Concern

The Cambridge Companion to Medieval English Literature 1150-1500 Edited by Larry Scanlon | Rutgers University, New Jersey

The Poetics of Modernity David Simpson | University of California, Davis

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Leading critic David Simpson offers a new reading of Wordsworth’s poetry. Reading Wordsworth alongside Marx and Derrida, Simpson examines Wordsworth’s extraordinary and original response to the massive changes in the condition of the modern world at the turn of the nineteenth century. • Major new book on Wordsworth by leading critic David Simpson • New reading of Wordsworth’s poetry focusing on the link between poetic rhetoric and socio-historical development • Careful reading of Wordsworth alongside Marx and Derrida showing links between poetry and the conditions of modernity English literature- 1700-1830 | Cambridge Studies in Romanticism, 79

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 280pp 978-0-521-89877-5 Hardback £50.00

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Balladeering, Minstrelsy, and the Making of British Romantic Poetry

English literature- Anglo-Saxon and Medieval | Cambridge Companions to Literature

May 2009 228 x 152 mm 300pp 978-0-521-84167-2 Hardback c. £45.00 978-0-521-60258-7 Paperback c. £17.99

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Lay Piety and Religious Discipline in Middle English Literature Nicole R. Rice | Yale University, Connecticut

Maureen McLane | New York University

A new history and theory of British poetry between 1760 and 1830, focusing on the production, circulation and textuality of ballads. Breathing new life into the work of eighteenth-century balladeers and antiquarians, it shows how Romantic poetry was powerfully shaped by oral modes of poetic construction. • Powerful treatment of canonical Romantic texts but also of lesscelebrated works • Breathes new life into the work of eighteenth-century balladeers and antiquarians • Envisages a new way of engaging with Romantic poetics, encompassing both ‘oral’ and ‘literary’ modes of poetic construction English literature- 1700-1830 | Cambridge Studies in Romanticism, 76

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Nicole Rice analyses late medieval prose guides that disseminated the idea of religious discipline to a lay audience. By considering the themes of spiritual discipline, religious identity, and orthodoxy in Langland and Chaucer, the study also brings fresh perspectives to bear on Piers Plowman and The Canterbury Tales. • Relates literary texts to late medieval English religious and cultural life • Analyses key medieval texts by Langland and Chaucer in a new context • Brings to light new manuscript evidence of medieval reading practices English literature- Anglo-Saxon and Medieval | Cambridge Studies in Medieval Literature, 73

December 2008 228 x 152 mm 256pp 978-0-521-89607-8 Hardback £50.00

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The Cambridge History of Literary Criticism Volume 2: The Middle Ages Edited by Alastair Minnis | Yale University, Connecticut

Scotland and the Fictions of Geography North Britain 1760–1830 Penny Fielding | University of Edinburgh

Penny Fielding examines how Scottish Romantic literature sheds light on concepts of the British nation, and the roles of England and Scotland within it. Addressing the work of well and lesser-known writers, and a broad range of antiquarian and travel writing, Fielding explores the relationship of history, literature and geography. • Strong and innovative contribution to the newly-expanding body of research into Scottish authors of the Romantic period • Advances new arguments in the role of the nation in Romanticism • Covers an unusually broad range of authors and literary genres including important women poets not previously studied English literature- 1700-1830 | Cambridge Studies in Romanticism, 78

December 2008 228 x 152 mm 240pp 978-0-521-89514-9 Hardback £55.00

This Companion spans four full centuries to survey this most formative and turbulent era in the history of literature in English. Exploring the period’s key authors and genres, the book offers an overview of the riches of medieval writing, with a chronology and guide to further reading. • A handy overview for students beginning to study medieval literature • Includes a guide to further reading and chronology • Includes detailed discussion of key authors, including Chaucer, Langland, Kemp, Malory and Gower

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This unique volume offers for the first time a comprehensive introduction to the literary theory and criticism produced during the Middle Ages. The essays cover all the main traditions in Medieval Latin, Byzantine Greek, and the major European vernaculars, as well as the humanist debates on literature and its uses. • The first ever full-scale history of medieval literary theory and criticism • Covers all of medieval Western European literatures and a wide range of subjects and languages • Includes essays by 30 well-respected scholars from a range of fields and disciplines English literature- Anglo-Saxon and Medieval | The Cambridge History of Literary Criticism, 2

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 882pp 978-0-521-31718-4 Paperback c. £27.99

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Milton and Maternal Mortality Louis Schwartz | University of Richmond, Virginia

Childbirth in seventeenth-century England was associated with fear, suffering and death, and this melancholy preoccupation found its most articulate expression in John Milton’s poetry. This landmark study examines the impact of maternal mortality on Milton’s life and work, and provides important new readings of his major poems, including Paradise Lost. • The first full-length study of maternal mortality in Milton’s work • Provides fresh new readings of his poetry • Enters into a dialogue with contemporary historical research, illuminating aspects of Milton’s work that had previously been obscured English literature- Renaissance and early modern to 1700

May 2009 228 x 152 mm 296pp 978-0-521-89638-2 Hardback c. £50.00

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Ben Jonson and the Politics of Genre The first study to consider how Jonson threaded his political views into the various literary genres in which he wrote. Renowned scholars offer new perspectives on many of Jonson’s major works, and together they reassess his political life in Jacobean and Caroline Britain. • Contains essays written by renowned scholars who are at the forefront of Jonson studies • Presents new studies of many of Jonson’s major works • Makes Jonson’s works accessible to students, while offering new directions in Jonson scholarship to advanced students and researchers English literature- Renaissance and early modern to 1700

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Desire and Dramatic Form in Early Modern England Judith Haber | Tufts University

Focusing on plays by Marlowe, Shakespeare, Webster, Middleton, Ford, and Margaret Cavendish, this book investigates the intersections of erotic desire and dramatic form in Renaissance texts. Through close readings of these selected works, Haber counters the dominant bias against formalism in recent Renaissance criticism, arguing for its subversive potential. • Provides complex, sophisticated readings of many important early modern plays, including works by Shakespeare and Marlowe • Includes discussion of selected nondramatic works for the purpose of comparison • Adopts an innovative approach in challenging the New Historicist stance English literature- Renaissance and early modern to 1700

May 2009 228 x 152 mm 216pp 978-0-521-51867-3 Hardback c. £50.00

Lloyd Edward Kermode | California State University, Long Beach

Covering a variety of plays from 1550–1600, this book examines the ways in which this medium of popular entertainment was also a tool to assert an idea of national identity for audiences. Kermode uncovers how the alien or foreign ‘other’ was used to posit ideas and ideals of Englishness. • Takes an original stance on a popular topic by subtle analysis of the relationship of the English with their nearer neighbours (including Welsh, Irish and Scots) rather than more exotic ‘others’ • Provides detailed readings of both individual and also groups of plays, including Shakespeare’s second tetralogy • Reads less well-known plays against canonical works, demonstrating that the issues of the alien were widespread across writers, theatres and audiences with various political and personal agendas English literature- Renaissance and early modern to 1700

Edited by A. D. Cousins | Macquarie University, Sydney

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 224pp 978-0-521-51378-4 Hardback c. £50.00

Aliens and Englishness in Elizabethan Drama

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Ben Jonson and Envy Lynn S. Meskill | Université de Paris XIII

Lynn S. Meskill explores the centrality of envy in the works of Ben Jonson, Shakespeare’s greatest literary rival. The book shows that Jonson perceived spectators and readers as filled with envy, and created strategies to protect his work from their distorting and potentially ‘deadly’ gaze. • Suggests a revision of the traditional oppositions between Shakespeare and Jonson • Provides an overview of the history of envy from the classical period through to the end of the seventeenth century • The book is divided into sections dealing with different concepts, providing a theoretical apparatus which can be applied to the study of other authors English literature- Renaissance and early modern to 1700

May 2009 228 x 152 mm 264pp 3 halftones 978-0-521-51743-0 Hardback c. £50.00

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Shakespeare on Silent Film An Excellent Dumb Discourse Judith Buchanan | University of York

Why was Shakespeare such attractive source material for the silent film industry? How were silent Shakespeare films marketed, distributed, exhibited and received? Drawing on a wealth of fresh primary research, this book analyses in detail a selection of both popular and little-known Shakespeare films made in the silent era. • Includes a detailed filmography, helping students and researchers track down the materials they may wish to study • Provides detailed case studies on some films scarcely yet known as only available through archives, allowing the reader to gain a sense of the research film beyond commercial DVDs • Places the silent films in context with other cultural engagements with Shakespeare English literature- Renaissance and early modern to 1700

May 2009 228 x 152 mm 280pp 57 halftones 978-0-521-87199-0 Hardback c. £55.00 A

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Women Writing History in Early Modern England

Mornings in Mexico and Other Essays

Megan Matchinske | University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Edited by Virginia Crosswhite Hyde | Washington State University

Throughout the seventeenth century, scores of Englishwomen took up the banner of history, exploring in their accounts the shifting relationships between past and future, between what had happened and what could happen. This book focuses on this dynamic exchange, asking us to look seriously at the ends of history. • Documents five key women historians of the English Renaissance, acquainting the reader with early modern women historians • Traces early modern history’s move from meaning to method across the seventeenth century • Focuses on women’s participation in and shaping of historiography, gender being all too often overlooked in studies on this topic English literature- Renaissance and early modern to 1700

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May 2009 228 x 152 mm 264pp 5 halftones 978-0-521-50867-4 Hardback c. £55.00

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Literature – editions, texts | The Cambridge Edition of the Works of D. H. Lawrence

Shakespeare and Tolerance B. J. Sokol | Goldsmiths College, University of London

Many recent studies of Shakespeare’s work have focussed on reflections of the oppression or containment of minority, deviant or non-dominant groups or outlooks. This book reverses this trend and examines how Shakespeare was fascinated by the desires that underlie tolerance by analysing many Shakespearian plays, passages and themes. • Presents an unusual viewpoint of Shakespeare’s work, focussing on tolerance rather than the often-discussed theme of oppression • Demonstrates how Shakespeare’s perceptions of tolerance are still instructive and valuable today • Includes close analysis of many of Shakespeare’s plays and themes to illustrate the argument English literature- Renaissance and early modern to 1700

December 2008 228 x 152 mm 264pp 978-0-521-87912-5 Hardback £50.00

This is the first critical edition of Lawrence’s complete essays about Mexican and Southwestern Indians. The texts are informed by all extant manuscripts, typescripts, and early publications, with a full textual apparatus revealing Lawrence’s revisions. The volume includes extensive notes and appendices with information on Mesoamerican mythology and history. • All the essays on Mexican and Southwestern American Indians collected together for the first time • Features detailed explanatory notes, textual apparatus, and earlier versions of several essays • Includes maps of the region, timelines and two of Lawrence’s own sketches April 2009 216 x 138 mm 376pp 2 halftones 6 maps 978-0-521-65292-6 Hardback c. £75.00 A

‘The Vicar’s Garden’ and Other Stories Edited by N. H. Reeve | University of Wales, Swansea

A scholarly edition of the first stories Lawrence wrote, with full textual apparatus, explanatory notes and detailed introduction. With this volume, all Lawrence’s extant short fiction is now published in the Cambridge edition of his works. • The first scholarly edition of Lawrence’s first short stories • Completes the publication of Lawrence’s fiction in the Cambridge edition • Includes full textual and explanatory apparatus Literature – editions, texts | The Cambridge Edition of the Works of D. H. Lawrence

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On the Origin of Species Edited by Jim Endersby | University of Sussex

Jim Endersby’s major new scholarly edition debunks some of the myths that surround Darwin’s book, and expores how it was originally written, published and read. Endersby provides a new, up-to-date and very readable introduction to this classic text and a level of scholarly apparatus unmatched by any other edition. • Explains the context for Darwin’s work and its reception in the nineteenth century • Contains detailed explanatory notes, biographical notes and an up-todate bibliography • Includes information about Darwin’s changes to the text across different editions Literature – editions, texts

May 2009 228 x 152 mm 520pp 12 halftones 978-0-521-86709-2 Hardback c. £70.00 A

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The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Jane Austen General Editor Janet Todd | University of Aberdeen

This is the first fully annotated scholarly edition of Jane Austen’s complete works. Each volume features an extensive introduction covering the context and publication history of the work, full explanatory notes to the text and an authoritative textual apparatus. The Cambridge Austen is the definitive edition for the twenty-first century. • A scholarly textual edition of Austen’s complete published and unpublished works • Each volume features the most reliable texts, copious notes and informative introductions • The set includes Jane Austen in Context, a collection of essays to accompany the edition Literature – editions, texts | The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Jane Austen

December 2008 216 x 138 mm 978-0-521-86840-2 9 volume HB set

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American literature

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King Richard III Second edition Janis Lull | University of Alaska, Fairbanks

The American 1930s

This updated edition of King Richard III, one of Shakespeare’s most perennially popular plays, contains a new introductory section on the most recent criticism and performances, including the RSC cycles of the history plays. Lull’s introduction stresses the importance of women’s roles in the play and emphasises its tragic themes. • A new introductory section takes account of the most recent criticism and performances, including the RSC history plays cycle • King Richard III is one of Shakespeare’s most regularly performed and popular plays • Lull’s detailed introduction investigates the play’s language and complicated textual history in terms easily accessible to contemporary readers Literature – editions, texts | The New Cambridge Shakespeare

May 2009 228 x 152 mm 248pp 14 halftones 978-0-521-51474-3 Hardback c. £45.00 A 978-0-521-73556-8 Paperback c. £8.99 T

A Literary History Peter Conn | University of Pennsylvania

In this important new reading of literature in the Depression, cultural historian Peter Conn moves between historical events and literature to document the rich diversity of 1930s literature. Mapping the decade’s extraordinary intellectual range with authority and flair, The American 1930s is a widely anticipated contribution to American literary studies. • An important revisionist history of literature of the Depression era by the author of Pearl S. Buck: A Cultural Biography • Explores the diversity of literature produced, including Faulkner, O’Neill, Dos Passos, Hughes and Buck • Includes a number of illustrations and a timeline of important events of the 1930s American literature

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 256pp 12 halftones 978-0-521-51640-2 Hardback £45.00 A 978-0-521-73431-8 Paperback £15.99 A

The Cambridge History of the Book in Britain

Flannery O’Connor

Volume 5: 1695–1830 Edited by Michael F. Suarez SJ | Campion Hall, Oxford

This volume covers the history of printing and publishing from the lapse of government licensing of printed works in 1695 to the industrialization of book production around 1830. Interdisciplinary in its perspective, this book will be an important scholarly resource for many years to come. • A comprehensive overview and analysis of eighteenth-century publishing, printing and bookselling • Features contributions by the best-known scholars in the field • Includes many illustrations, a comprehensive bibliography and index Publishing, printing history, history of the book | The Cambridge History of the Book in Britain

The Contemporary Reviews Edited by R. Neil Scott | Middle Tennesse State University

More than four hundred complete book reviews and excerpts from review essays are brought together here for the first time, with a substantial Introduction. An important resource for scholars, the volume reveals much about O’Connor’s early reception and the continuing relevance of her work. • Collects over 400 reviews of O’Connor’s works published during her lifetime or shortly after her death • Includes the full text of nearly all published reviews, with publication details • Features an introduction outlining the critical reception of her work during the twentieth century American literature | American Critical Archives, 16

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The Cambridge History of the Book in Britain

The Cambridge Companion to Benjamin Franklin

Volume 6: 1830–1914 Edited by David McKitterick | University of Cambridge

Edited by Carla Mulford | Pennsylvania State University

The fullest account ever published of the nineteenth-century revolution in printing, publishing and bookselling, this volume brings the Cambridge History of the Book in Britain up to a point when the world of books took on a recognisably modern form. • Covers all aspects of printing, publishing and the world of books during a period of great change • Contributors include leading experts in the field • Illustrated with many plates showing the full range of publications from the period

Comprehensive and accessible, this Companion examines Franklin’s writings and his life with a new sophistication, placing Franklin in his cultural milieu while revealing the complexities of his intellectual, literary, social, and political views. A valuable overview for students and scholars of American literature, history and culture. • An up-to-date appraisal of Franklin’s work by specialists in the field • Written accessibly at student level • Directed at students and teachers of American history and culture, literature and intellectual history

Publishing, printing history, history of the book | The Cambridge History of the Book in Britain

American literature | Cambridge Companions to American Studies

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The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Jefferson

The Cambridge Companion to African American Women’s Literature

Edited by Frank Shuffelton | University of Rochester, New York

Edited by Angelyn Mitchell | Georgetown University, Washington DC

An accessible introduction to the life and work of Thomas Jefferson. Contributors include leading literary scholars and historians. This Companion will be essential reading for students and scholars of Jefferson, and is designed for use by students of American literature and American history. • An overview of Jefferson’s life, career, and afterlife as a central figure of early American history • A useful tool for students of American history, politics and culture • Includes a chronology and guide to further reading

Presents fourteen vibrant new contributions to the debate on African American women’s literature. Covering a period that dates back to the eighteenth century, these specially commissioned essays highlight the artistry, complexity and diversity of a literary tradition that ranges from Lucy Terry to Toni Morrison. • Presents critical commentaries that provide a deep, contextual understanding of a centuries-old tradition • Contains accessible, in depth analyses that have been written with students in mind • Offers extensive bibliographies that will be invaluable for students who wish to pursue further study and research

American literature | Cambridge Companions to American Studies

American literature | Cambridge Companions to Literature

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The Cambridge Companion to Bob Dylan Edited by Kevin J. H. Dettmar | Pomona College, California

A towering figure in American culture and a global twentieth-century icon, Bob Dylan has been at the centre of American life for over forty years. This book will be invaluable both as a guide for students of Dylan and twentieth-century culture, and for his fans, providing a set of new perspectives on a much-loved writer and composer. • A fresh look at Dylan’s career, music and cultural influence over more than forty years • Contributors include writers from academia, journalism and the world of music • Includes detailed accounts of his best albums as well as overviews of key themes

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The Cambridge Introduction to Edith Wharton Pamela Knights | University of Durham

This accessible and stimulating introduction to Wharton’s life and writings guides new readers through her work, to encourage more detailed exploration of her texts and contexts. With its clear structure, illustrations, and guide to further study, this book will form the ideal starting-point for students and for general readers. • Offers new readers a sense of Wharton’s scope and range • Opens up new perspectives on widely read texts • Includes up-to-date assessment of the latest published scholarship on Wharton American literature | Cambridge Introductions to Literature

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American literature | Cambridge Companions to American Studies

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The Cambridge Companion to American Travel Writing Edited by Alfred Bendixen | Texas A & M University

Travel writing has always been intimately linked with the construction of American identity. These specially-commissioned essays trace the journeys taken by writers from the pre-revolutionary period right up to the present. This Companion forms an invaluable guide for students approaching this new, important and exciting subject for the first time. • A survey of American travel writing of the last 300 years • Explores this increasingly popular genre from a number of critical angles • Features a chronology and guide to sources for further study American literature | Cambridge Companions to Literature

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 288pp 978-0-521-86109-0 Hardback £45.00 978-0-521-67831-5 Paperback £17.99

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Imagining Equality in Nineteenth-Century American Literature Kerry Larson | University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

In this original study, Larson reads the literature of the pre-Civil War United States against Tocqueville’s theories of equality. Imagining Equality tests these theories in the work of a broad array of authors and genres, and in doing so discovers important new themes in Stowe, Hawthorne, Douglass and Alcott. • Explores a topic of foremost importance in American culture and politics • Includes studies of major canonical authors as well as lesser-known ones • Widens out to consider the theme of equality in popular literature and culture American literature | Cambridge Studies in American Literature and Culture, 156

November 2008 228 x 152 mm 224pp 978-0-521-89803-4 Hardback £50.00

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European and World literature The Cambridge Introduction to Jean Rhys Elaine Savory | New School University, New York

This Introduction offers a reliable and stimulating account of Rhys’s life, work, contexts and critical reception. Her masterpiece, Wide Sargasso Sea, is analyzed together with her other novels and short stories. Through close readings of the works, Elaine Savory reveals their common themes and connects these to different critical approaches. • Comprehensive information and analysis of Rhys as a writer in the context of her time • New, innovative readings of her key works including Wide Sargasso Sea • Explains for students the postcolonial and feminist perspectives critics have brought to her work African, Caribbean literature | Cambridge Introductions to Literature

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 160pp 978-0-521-87366-6 Hardback c. £35.00 978-0-521-69543-5 Paperback c. £11.99

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New in Paperback

Edited by Nicholas Cronk | University of Oxford

As a leading thinker of the European Enlightenment, Voltaire is a central figure in France’s collective cultural memory. This Companion is the most comprehensive book on Voltaire available in English, comprising a series of original essays with a chronology and a guide to sources. • Covers Voltaire’s major works including Candide and outlines his life and times • All French quotations are translated to make this book fully accessible to all scholars • Includes an up-to-date guide to Voltaire scholarship in English and French European literature | Cambridge Companions to Literature

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 240pp 6 halftones 978-0-521-84973-9 Hardback c. £45.00 A 978-0-521-61495-5 Paperback c. £17.99 A

Women and Marriage in German Medieval Romance Dennis Green | Trinity College, Cambridge

The Cambridge History of Spanish Literature Edited by David T. Gies | University of Virginia

Now available in paperback, this comprehensive history of Spanish literature covers the full range of Spanish literature from the early Middle Ages to the present. This invaluable work contains more than fifty substantial chapters, a chronology of history, literature and art, and a comprehensive index. • This single volume covers all of Spanish literature from medieval times onwards • The essays by an international team of senior contributors bring together the main themes and authors • Features an extensive bibliography, detailed index and chronology European literature

March 2009 228 x 152 mm 898pp 978-0-521-80618-3 Hardback £101.00 978-0-521-73869-9 Paperback c. £24.99

The Cambridge Companion to Voltaire

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The Cambridge Companion to the Literature of World War II Edited by Marina MacKay | Washington University, St Louis

This book provides the new reader with the essential knowledge and conceptual tools for reading the literature of World War II. With its chronology and guide to further reading, it will be an invaluable source of information and inspiration for students and scholars of modern literature and war studies. • Offers a comparative perspective with overviews of the literature of the major nations in conflict • Explores the theoretical questions behind the study of war writing • Includes a chronology and guide to further reading

D. H. Green challenges the prevailing view of the Middle Ages as a static period in which attitudes to women were uniformly negative. Focusing on the great German romances Erec, Tristan and Parzival he explores strategies used by vernacular writers to debate and challenge the undoubted antifeminism of the day. • New examination of German medieval literature, extending the range of medieval gender studies beyond French and English-language literature • Reinforces the significant role played by women in medieval literature and culture from a new, German, point of view • Emphasises changes and innovations in the twelfth century, placed in the wider context of the Middle Ages at large European literature | Cambridge Studies in Medieval Literature, 74

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 304pp 978-0-521-51335-7 Hardback c. £50.00

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Paradoxes of Conscience in the High Middle Ages Abelard, Heloise and the Archpoet Peter Godman

This is a new account of the relationship between ethics and literature in the work of the most famous authors of the Latin Middle Ages. Combining conceptual analysis with close attention to style and form, it offers a contribution to the unwritten history of the medieval conscience. • Incisive new analysis of the works of the most famous authors of the Latin Middle Ages • Novel account of the relationship between ethics and literature • Major contribution to the history of the philosophical discourse of ethics European literature | Cambridge Studies in Medieval Literature, 75

May 2009 228 x 152 mm 264pp 978-0-521-51911-3 Hardback c. £50.00

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European literature | Cambridge Companions to Literature

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 280pp 978-0-521-88755-7 Hardback c. £45.00 978-0-521-71541-6 Paperback c. £17.99

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James Joyce in Context

The Shakespearean Stage

Edited by John McCourt | Università degli Studi Roma Tre

Fourth edition Andrew Gurr | University of Reading

This collection of original essays charts the vital contextual backgrounds to Joyce’s life and writing. It provides a lively sense of the world in which he lived, which formed him, and from which he wrote; and of how important he remains to the world of literature, criticism and culture. • A uniquely accessible overview of all the important contextual material for Joyce’s work • Features the most up-to-date publication chronology of Joyce available • Joyce’s reception is analysed in terms of the changing critical approaches of the past century Irish literature

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January 2009 228 x 152 mm 440pp 1 map 978-0-521-88662-8 Hardback c. £60.00

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The Cambridge Companion to Seamus Heaney Edited by Bernard O’Donoghue | Wadham College, Oxford

This Companion gives an up-to-date overview of Heaney’s career thus far, with detailed readings of all his major publications. Designed for students, this volume will also have much to interest and inform the general reader and admirer of Heaney’s unique poetic voice. • An authoritative and up-to-date account of Heaney’s work and its themes • Heaney is placed in his context as an important public poet in Ireland and around the world • The full guide to further reading is an excellent way into Heaney scholarship Irish literature | Cambridge Companions to Literature

December 2008 228 x 152 mm 264pp 978-0-521-83882-5 Hardback £45.00 978-0-521-54755-0 Paperback £17.99

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Drama and Theatre

British Theatre

March 2009 228 x 152 mm 376pp 43 halftones 978-0-521-50981-7 Hardback c. £45.00 A 978-0-521-72966-6 Paperback c. £17.99 T

The Cambridge Companion to Harold Pinter Second edition Edited by Peter Raby | Homerton College, Cambridge

This updated Companion covers all developments in the continually successful career of Harold Pinter since the publication of the first edition, including his 2005 Nobel Prize win and his appearance in Beckett’s play Krapp’s Last Tape. Substantially updated, the volume contains new chapters and production photographs, and an extended chronology. • Contains essays by practitioners who have worked with Pinter: Sir Peter Hall (director), John Fowles (screenwriter), and Michael Pennington (actor) • Written by a team of international contributors, presenting global perspectives on Pinter • Significantly updated from the first edition, containing three completely new chapters, new production photographs and an extended chronology British Theatre | Cambridge Companions to Literature

Shakespeare’s Opposites The Admiral’s Company 1594–1625 Andrew Gurr | University of Reading

Shakespeare’s Opposites is the first history written about the acting company known as the Admiral’s Men, which shared with the Shakespeare company the exclusive right to perform to Londoners through the late sixteenth century. Gurr provides a fascinating, detailed account of the company’s work, its practices and its playhouses. • Andrew Gurr is the best-known international authority on the staging of plays in the time of Shakespeare • Corresponds closely to the author’s previous prolific studies The Shakespearean Stage, 1574–1642 and The Shakespeare Company, 1594–1642 • Appendices include a complete list of the 229 plays known to have been staged by the company British Theatre

May 2009 228 x 152 mm 328pp 9 halftones 978-0-521-86903-4 Hardback c. £50.00

For almost forty years The Shakespearean Stage has been considered the liveliest, most reliable and most entertaining overview of Shakespearean theatre in its own time. This thoroughly revised fourth edition incorporates fresh material on all the discoveries in recent years about the early modern stage, its plays and their staging. • Updated and thoroughly revised fourth edition ensures the continuing reputation of this book as the definitive guide to the original staging of Shakespearean drama • Packed with quotations and illustrations, the book provides undergraduates with all they need to know about staging conditions in Shakespeare’s day • Contains an invaluable appendix listing all the plays performed at a particular playhouse, the playing company and date of performance

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Romantic Drama Acting and Reacting Frederick Burwick | University of California, Los Angeles

From 1780 to 1830 theatres were rebuilt and expanded to accommodate larger audiences. Acting styles and plays themselves evolved to meet the expectations of the new audiences. Including eye-witness accounts by theatre-goers and critics, this book traces the radical changes in acting, stage design, and the new forms of drama. • Surveys dramatic themes of nationalism and the role of foreign characters, providing insight into how events in British politics, military and colonial engagement shaped stage representation • Reviews the popular characterization of such stage villains as BlueBeard and the Vampire, adding new evidence that melodrama provided an arena for addressing misogyny and domestic abuse • Contrasts the realism of documentary and historical drama with the fantasy and supernaturalism of melodrama European Theatre

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 344pp 12 halftones 978-0-521-88967-4 Hardback c. £50.00 A


Drama and Theatre

A History of German Theatre

Directors/Directing

Edited by Maik Hamburger

Conversations on Theatre Maria Shevtsova | Goldsmiths’ College, University of London

The first complete English-language history of German theatre, this study demonstrates how and why theatre became so important in Germanspeaking countries. Covering leading playwrights, directors and actors in German theatre, the book argues that theatre is more central to the artistic life of German-speaking countries than anywhere else worldwide. • Covers all major periods of German theatre, providing a thorough and accessible overview of its complex history • Introduces the work of all key figures – playwrights, directors and actors • Discusses the political aspects of German theatre, relating the theatre to its social and cultural context European Theatre

November 2008 228 x 152 mm 464pp 26 halftones 978-0-521-83369-1 Hardback £65.00 A

Theatre (general)

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 312pp 9 halftones 978-0-521-88843-1 Hardback c. £45.00 978-0-521-73166-9 Paperback c. £15.99

Holocaust Drama The Theater of Atrocity Gene A. Plunka | University of Memphis

The Holocaust has been portrayed in fiction, film, memoirs, and poetry; however, there has been a lack of information about the theater of the Holocaust. Including thorough critical analyses of more than thirty plays, this book explores the seminal twentieth-century Holocaust dramas from the United States, Europe, and Israel. • Provides a thorough overview of the landmark historical and literary events in Holocaust studies • Includes detailed analyses of over thirty seminal plays, including major and lesser-known dramas • Places the plays under discussion in their historical and cultural contexts European Theatre | Cambridge Studies in Modern Theatre

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 340pp 978-0-521-49425-0 Hardback c. £55.00

Nine leading international theatre directors discuss their work and careers, providing fascinating insight into their approaches and creative relationships with actors. Each conversation is framed by an introduction to the work of the director, a detailed chronology of productions and an indicative bibliography to inspire further reading and research. • The general introduction to the book makes links between the directors, allowing the reader to see the differences between them as well as their unique qualities • Each interview is preceded by an introduction to the work of the director, placing the director in his/her working context • Provides a unique insight into the complex world of directors, and the way they work with performers, writers and designers

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Beckett, Technology and the Body Ulrika Maude | Durham University

This is the first sustained analysis of the role of embodiment in Samuel Beckett’s prose, drama and media works, with innovative readings of sight, hearing, touch and movement in his writing. Maude offers a new approach to Beckett, one in which the body takes its rightful place alongside the mind. • Offers an original reading of the senses, the body and movement in Beckett’s work • Examines Beckett’s engagement with technology and medicine • Contains previously unpublished archival material Theatre (general)

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The Spectator and the Spectacle Audiences in Modernity and Postmodernity Dennis Kennedy | Trinity College, Dublin

Are spectators passive receptors, merely consuming what is offered, or are they active participants, adding something to the event? In what ways does a spectator assist the spectacle? This wide-ranging study addresses these and many other questions, covering many different types of performance events including theatre, sport, television and ritual. • Will appeal to students and scholars of theatre and performance studies, Shakespeare studies, film studies and the sociology of media and sport • Provides the reader with a variety of approaches and models for further investigation into the important area of audiences • Includes a chapter devoted to ritual which examines two examples of divine appearance rituals, the Indian performance called teyyam and the Christian Eucharist Theatre (general)

March 2009 228 x 152 mm 264pp 11 halftones 978-0-521-89976-5 Hardback c. £50.00 A

The Cambridge Companion to Performance Studies Edited by Tracy C. Davis | Northwestern University, Illinois

Presenting a clear overview of the diverse approaches to Performance Studies, this Companion provides a complete guide for students and scholars seeking a perspective on current trends. Bridging live art practices with technological media, and social sciences with humanities, it reflects the hybrid and experimental nature of this vibrant discipline. • Brings together the diverse areas and approaches in the field of Performance Studies, providing the reader with clear orientation of this challenging discipline • Traces the history of how performance studies emerged, up to current trends and practices • Provides clear overviews of the different aspects of the subject, including performance art, visual art, dance and queer studies Theatre (general) | Cambridge Companions to Literature

November 2008 228 x 152 mm 208pp 4 halftones 978-0-521-87401-4 Hardback £45.00 A 978-0-521-69626-5 Paperback £17.99 A

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The Cambridge Introduction to Comedy Eric Weitz | Trinity College, Dublin

‘Laughter may be considered one of the most extravagant physical effects one person can have on another without touching them’. But how do we identify something as ‘comedy’, and how should we read comic texts? Addressing these issues, and many more, this Introduction enhances your grasp of this popular genre. • Investigates the origins of comedy to trace patterns which remain relevant today, with reference to examples from literature, drama, film and television • Includes questions and suggestions for further thought, discussion and experimentation, encouraging the reader to reflect on existing perceptions and new concepts • Concentrates directly on the process of reading a comic text, enhancing familiarity with the genre

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Theatre (general) | Cambridge Introductions to Literature

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 256pp 9 halftones 978-0-521-83260-1 Hardback c. £45.00 978-0-521-54026-1 Paperback c. £15.99

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The Cambridge Introduction to Theatre Historiography Thomas Postlewait | University of Washington

Ideal for both students and teachers of theatre history, this Introduction provides a detailed analysis of the methods and challenges of historical research in the performing arts. An indispensable ‘how to’ guide, it covers all the essential areas, including archival research, developing historical descriptions, and writing reports and narratives. • An indispensable guide for the training of students in the methods of historical thinking and inquiry • Case studies allow the reader to relate the theory to specific examples and scenarios • The principles laid out in the book are also highly relevant to the historical research procedures of related fields, including dance studies, opera history, musicology and literary history

Language and Linguistics Textbook

Using Chinese A Guide to Contemporary Usage Yvonne Li Walls

This is a guide to Chinese usage for students who have already acquired the basics of the language and wish to extend their knowledge. Clear, readable, and easy to consult, it is an essential reference for learners seeking access to one of the world’s most important languages. • Designed to promote accurate and effective communication in Chinese • Tailored to the needs and interests of English speakers • Uses a clear and friendly format, with many practical examples Asian language, linguistics

March 2009 238 x 169 mm 200pp 978-0-521-78565-5 Paperback c. £19.99

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A Student’s Writing Guide How to Plan and Write Successful Essays Gordon Taylor | Monash University, Victoria

This text covers all the fundamental things a student needs to know about writing essays and research papers in the humanities and social sciences. Starting from the common difficulties students face, it demonstrates with numerous examples all the stages necessary to produce a good piece of academic work. • Achieve more focused writing by thinking analytically about the set topic • Produce more convincing arguments by learning to read critically and take effective notes • Feel more in control by using your own knowledge and experiences in your writing English language, linguistics (general)

May 2009 216 x 138 mm 280pp 978-0-521-72979-6 Paperback c. £9.99

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Theatre (general) | Cambridge Introductions to Literature

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 384pp 18 halftones 978-0-521-49570-7 Hardback c. £45.00 A 978-0-521-49917-0 Paperback c. £15.99 X

Slavery and Sentiment on the American Stage, 1787–1861 Lifting the Veil of Black Heather S. Nathans | University of Maryland, College Park

For almost a hundred years before Uncle Tom’s Cabin burst on to the scene in 1852, the American theatre struggled to represent the evils of slavery. Slavery and Sentiment examines how both black and white Americans used the theatre to fight negative stereotypes of African Americans in the United States. • Examines a range of different genres – plays, poetry, popular novels, performances, and political cartoons – and contextualizes these works within the historical events of the period • Provides a new perspective in covering positive, non-stereotype representations of African Americans in pre-Civil War America • Will be of interest to scholars and students of American, theatre and literary history Theatre (general) | Cambridge Studies in American Theatre and Drama, 27

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 296pp 10 halftones 978-0-521-87011-5 Hardback c. £50.00 A

Textbook

Linguistics An Introduction Second edition Andrew Radford | University of Essex

Written by a team based at one of the world’s leading centres for linguistic teaching and research, the second edition of this highly successful textbook offers a unified approach to language, viewed from a range of perspectives essential for students’ understanding of the subject. • A uniquely structured textbook, making the various aspects of linguistics clearer to students • Updated throughout to reflect recent developments. Features a whole new section on sentence use, and introductions to areas such as pragmatics, conversation analysis and optimality theory • Contains a large number of exercises with hints and model answers provided where appropriate English language, linguistics (general)

February 2009 247 x 174 mm 472pp 1 map 21 tables 978-0-521-84948-7 Hardback c. £65.00 A 978-0-521-61478-8 Paperback c. £25.99 X


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Cartesian Linguistics A Chapter in the History of Rationalist Thought Third edition Noam Chomsky | Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Tracing the development of linguistic theory from Descartes to Wilhelm von Humboldt, Chomsky’s book is one of the most original and profound studies of language and mind ever written. This third edition includes a new and specially written introduction by James McGilvray, contextualising the work for the twenty-first century. • Extensive, completely new editor’s introduction contextualises the work for the twenty-first century • The foreign-language passages in the original edition have been translated • The relationship between the original edition and contemporary biolinguistic work is explained English language, linguistics (general)

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 176pp 978-0-521-88176-0 Hardback c. £45.00 978-0-521-70817-3 Paperback c. £15.99

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English Words History and Structure Second edition Donka Minkova | University of California, Los Angeles

Discusses the learned vocabulary of English – the words borrowed from the classical languages. This new edition covers the recent trend of blending and shortening associated with texting and other forms of electronic communication, and discusses types of allomorphy and Grimm’s law. An online workbook contains extra readings and exercises. • Updated with recent research on topics such as texting and other forms of electronic communication • Includes a new classification of the types of allomorphy • An online workbook contains extra readings and exercises

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English language, linguistics (general)

March 2009 247 x 174 mm 250pp 978-0-521-88258-3 Hardback c. £55.00 978-0-521-70917-0 Paperback c. £19.99

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Society and Discourse

The English Language

How Social Contexts Influence Text and Talk Teun A. Van Dijk | Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona

A Historical Introduction Second edition Charles Barber

Van Dijk presents a new theory of context that explains how text and talk are adapted to their social environment. In this interdisciplinary book the theory is developed from a linguistic and psychological perspective and is applied to the domain of politics, including the debate about the war in Iraq. • A new, original approach to how text and talk are adapted to their social environment • Written from a multidisciplinary perspective, critically examining the social sciences • Applies the theory to the example of the political debate about the Iraq war English language, linguistics (general)

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 288pp 978-0-521-51690-7 Hardback c. £55.00

This new edition of the bestseller by Charles Barber tells the story of the English language from its remote ancestry to the present day. A brand new chapter on late modern English has been added and there is new material on English as a global language. • A simple, straightforward explanation of how today’s English came about • This new edition includes a brand new chapter on late modern English, reflecting a recent surge in interest in the language during this period • Clear explanations of linguistic ideas and terms make it the ideal introduction for students on courses in English language and linguistics, and for all readers fascinated by language English language, linguistics (general) | Cambridge Approaches to Linguistics

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A Handbook of Lexicography The Theory and Practice of Dictionary-Making Bo Svensén | Stockholms Universitet

March 2009 198 x 129 mm 328pp 1 map 978-0-521-85404-7 Hardback c. £45.00 978-0-521-67001-2 Paperback c. £15.99

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This is an important and practical guide to contemporary lexicography, designed for lexicographers, language students and teachers, translators and academics. It surveys types of dictionary, how different kinds of information are dealt with when compiling dictionaries, how this information is presented to users, and how dictionaries are actually used. • Refers throughout to both monolingual and bilingual dictionaries • Includes several hundred examples showing presentation formats for different types of information • Includes end-of-chapter notes on further reading and an extensive bibliography

Introducing English Linguistics

English language, linguistics (general)

English language, linguistics (general) | Cambridge Introductions to Language and Linguistics

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Charles F. Meyer | University of Massachusetts, Boston

A genuine introduction to the linguistics of English that provides a broad overview of the subject that sustains students’ interest and avoids excessive detail. It takes a top-down approach to language beginning with the largest unit of linguistic structure, the text, and working its way down through successively smaller structures. • Genuinely introductory – no prior knowledge of linguistics is assumed • Students have continual access to the meaning of key terms they encounter throughout the text • Each chapter concludes with a series of study questions and exercises, enabling students to test their understanding of each topic before they move on to the next

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The Cambridge Handbook of Child Language

The Sound Structure of English An Introduction Chris McCully | Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, The Netherlands

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Clear introduction to English phonetics and phonology, tailored to suit the needs of individual, one-term course modules. Contains exercises, discussion questions, a comprehensive glossary of each term introduced, and has a helpful companion website. An essential text for all those embarking on the study of English sounds at undergraduate level. • Includes concise chapter summaries, suggestions for further reading, and a comprehensive glossary • Each chapter is accompanied by an engaging set of exercises and discussion questions • A companion website features solutions to the exercises and useful additional resources English language, linguistics (general) | Cambridge Introductions to the English Language

February 2009 247 x 174 mm 264pp 978-0-521-85036-0 Hardback c. £45.00 978-0-521-61549-5 Paperback c. £15.99

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The Cambridge Handbook of Child Language brings together the world’s foremost researchers to provide a one-stop resource for the field of language acquisition and development. It covers theoretical and methodological issues and documents the development of language from the pre-linguistic stages to the advanced stages – from infancy to teenager. • The most comprehensive and representative survey of the subject available • Brings together the world’s leading experts in the field of child language • Multidisciplinary – will appeal to readers in a wide range of subjects, including linguists, clinicians, developmental psychologists, cognitive scientists, speech pathologists and anthropologists Psycholinguistics and neurolinguistics

November 2008 247 x 174 mm 632pp 1 halftone 13 tables 978-0-521-88337-5 Hardback c. £90.00 A Textbook

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Second edition Eve V. Clark | Stanford University, California

Old English A Linguistic Introduction Jeremy J. Smith | University of Glasgow

Clear introduction to the linguistic study of English between the 5th century and the Norman invasion in 1066, tailored to suit the needs of individual, one-term course modules. Contains exercises based on authentic Anglo-Saxon texts, a comprehensive glossary, and companion website. Set to become the leading introduction to the subject. • Includes concise chapter summaries, suggestions for further reading, and a comprehensive glossary • Each chapter is accompanied by an engaging set of exercises and discussion questions based on authentic Anglo-Saxon texts • A companion website features a list of links to digital images of Old English and further exam-type questions English language, linguistics (general) | Cambridge Introductions to the English Language

March 2009 247 x 174 mm 248pp 978-0-521-86677-4 Hardback c. £45.00 978-0-521-68569-6 Paperback c. £15.99

Edited by Edith L. Bavin | La Trobe University, Victoria

This new edition of Eve Clark’s highly successful textbook focuses on children’s acquisition of a first language. It reports on recent findings in each area covered, includes a completely new chapter on the acquisition of two languages and shows how speech to children differs by social class. • Integrates actual data with coverage of current theories and debates • Presents different perspectives in a clear way, making lecture materials easier to explain and understand • An accompanying Website contains further exercises, resources and clips Psycholinguistics and neurolinguistics

January 2009 247 x 174 mm 512pp 88 tables 978-0-521-51413-2 Hardback c. £70.00 A 978-0-521-73293-2 Paperback c. £31.99 X Textbook

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The Morphology of English Dialects Verb Formation in Non-standard English Lieselotte Anderwald | Christian-Albrechts Universität zu Kiel

Why do we insist on using words that are ‘wrong’? In this engaging study, Lieselotte Anderwald argues that dialects, contrary to popular opinion, do have a grammar, and commonly used words that deviate from Standard English have a long pedigree and systematically make more sense. • Informative and clearly written • The only book that adopts a corpus-based approach using regional evidence • Presents useful evaluations of the latest morphological theories English language, linguistics (general) | Studies in English Language

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 224pp 24 maps 3 tables 978-0-521-88497-6 Hardback c. £60.00 A

Using Russian Vocabulary Terence Wade | University of Strathclyde

Provides an in-depth, structured approach to the learning of Russian vocabulary. Containing over 5000 words, it is made up of eighteen units, organized thematically into topics and according to levels, with each unit containing over sixty practical, graded exercises. An invaluable vocabulary-learning resource for students and teachers alike. • Practical, topic-based textbook that can be used as a supplement to all types of course • Provides exercises and activities for classroom and self-study • Contains over 5000 words and over 1000 exercises Semantics and pragmatics

April 2009 238 x 169 mm 496pp 350 exercises 978-0-521-61236-4 Paperback c. £29.99 A


Language and Linguistics

The Anatomy of Meaning

Language and Human Relations

Speech, gesture, and composite utterances N. J. Enfield | Max-Planck-Institut für Psycholinguistik, The Netherlands

To understand what others are saying, we rely on more than just words. This study examines how words combine with hand gestures and other bodily movements to create unified ‘composite utterances’. It presents original case studies based on research of speakers of Lao (a language of Southeast Asia). • Provides a new understanding of the role of hand gesture in spoken utterances • Based on original fieldwork carried out on speakers of Lao • Challenges the traditional view that composite utterances are simply an embellishment or an aid to language, arguing that they are a fundamental part of human communication Semantics and pragmatics | Language Culture and Cognition, 8

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Styles of Address in Contemporary Language Michael Clyne | University of Melbourne

Exploring practices in the family, school, university, the workplace and in letters, this book reveals patterns in the varied ways people choose to address one another, from pronouns to first names, from honorifics to titles and last names. The authors use examples from English, French, German and Swedish. • A revealing investigation into the different ways people choose to address each other • Data is derived from multiple sources, such as focus groups, interviews and participant observation • Explores address practices in a variety of situations including the family, school and the workplace Sociolinguistics

Language Management

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 224pp 26 tables 978-0-521-87062-7 Hardback c. £55.00

Bernard Spolsky | Bar-Ilan University, Israel

Develops a theory of language management based on research on the family, religion, the workplace, the media, schools, legal and health institutions, the military and government. A model is developed that makes sense of the various forces involved in managing language, and clarifies why it is such a difficult enterprise. • The first book to present a specific theory of language management • Based on the latest research ranging from international organisations to the family and the workplace • Uses a rich collection of detailed data from around the world (includes examples from Europe, Asia, Africa, the Pacific and North and South America) Sociolinguistics

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 320pp 978-0-521-51609-9 Hardback c. £60.00 978-0-521-73597-1 Paperback c. £23.99

The Linguistics of Speech William A. Kretzschmar, Jr. | University of Georgia

Proposes a unified theory of speech through which conflicting ideas about language might be understood. This model does not reject rules in favour of language use, or reject language use in favour of rules; rather, it shows how rules can come from language as people use it. • The first book to discuss and develop a theory of context • Offers a new socio-cognitive theory of context by demonstrating that communication depends on and influences the context • Presents a vast, multidisciplinary account of many earlier studies on situations and contexts Sociolinguistics

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March 2009 228 x 152 mm 320pp 32 tables 978-0-521-88703-8 Hardback c. £55.00

Code-switching Penelope Gardner-Chloros | Birkbeck College, University of London

This book focuses on the phenomenon of code-switching, whereby bilingual speakers effortlessly use two or more languages, dialects or varieties in the same conversation. Drawing on a diverse range of examples it argues that code-switching can only be properly understood if we study it from a variety of linguistic perspectives. • Provides a summary of the main work on code-switching in all the relevant fields • Establishes for the first time an integrated, multidisciplinary perspective on the subject, encouraging a comparative approach • Contains examples from numerous language combinations and bilingual communities Sociolinguistics

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 300pp 978-0-521-86264-6 Hardback c. £55.00 978-0-521-68113-1 Paperback c. £19.99

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The Linguistic Legacy of Spanish and Portuguese Colonial Expansion and Language Change J. Clancy Clements | Indiana University

Analyses the development of Portuguese and Spanish from Latin and their subsequent transformation into several non-standard varieties. Clements demonstrates that grammar formation not only takes place in parent-tochild communication, but also in adult-to-adult communication. He argues that cultural identity and cognitive abilities are important factors in language formation and maintenance. • Applies the evolutionary approach to language formation and language change • Describes new varieties of Portuguese and Spanish • Demonstrates that cultural identity and cognitive abilities shape language in a significant way Sociolinguistics | Cambridge Approaches to Language Contact

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Language and Emotion James M. Wilce | Northern Arizona University

Language is a means we use to communicate feelings; we also reflect emotionally on the language we and others use. James Wilce analyses the signals people use to express emotion, looking at the social, cultural and political functions of emotional language around the world. • Emotional language is a key topic in the study of language and cultures • Combines methodological and theoretical sophistication with clarity of explanation • Contains a glossary of key terms useful to any student in anthropology and linguistics Sociolinguistics | Studies in the Social and Cultural Foundations of Language, 25

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The Syntax of Argument Structure Leonard H. Babby | Princeton University, New Jersey

Proposes a fresh theory of argument structure. Babby puts forward the theory that this set of arguments (the verb’s ‘argument structure’) has a universal hierarchical composition which directly determines the sentence’s case and grammatical relations. • Original – presents a new theory of argument structure • Authoritative – based on many years of research by a leading expert • Comparative – uses examples of grammatical relations from Russian to support the book’s theory Syntax and morphology | Cambridge Studies in Linguistics, 120

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 400pp 978-0-521-41797-6 Hardback c. £60.00

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An Introduction to English Sentence Structure

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Analysing English Sentences

Andrew Radford | University of Essex

This textbook offers a step-by-step, practical introduction to English syntax and syntactic principles, as developed by Chomsky over the past 15 years. Assuming little or no prior background in syntax, Andrew Radford outlines the core concepts and how they can be used to describe various aspects of English sentence structure. • Includes a workbook section at the end of each chapter with exercises, ‘helpful hints’ and model answers • Contains an extensive glossary of technical terms • An accompanying website contains unique teaching materials that guide students on how to analyse particular sentences from the exercises in the book Syntax and morphology

February 2009 247 x 174 mm 464pp 978-0-521-51693-8 Hardback c. £55.00 978-0-521-73190-4 Paperback c. £19.99

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A Theory of Syntax Minimal Operations and Universal Grammar Norbert Hornstein | University of Maryland, College Park

Discusses a topical set of issues in syntactic theory, including a number of original proposals at the cutting edge of research in this area. The book provides a theory of the basic grammatical operations and suggests that there is only one that is distinctive to language. • Written by one of the one of the most influential linguists working on syntax and syntactic theory today • Prefaced by a strong contextualising introduction • Makes strikingly original proposals at the cutting edge of research in this area Syntax and morphology

December 2008 228 x 152 mm 208pp 978-0-521-44970-0 Hardback £60.00 978-0-521-72881-2 Paperback £21.99

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A Minimalist Approach Andrew Radford | University of Essex

Analysing English Sentences provides a concise and clear introduction to current work in syntactic theory, drawing on the key concepts of Chomsky’s Minimalist Program. Andrew Radford outlines the core concepts and leading ideas and how they can be used to describe various aspects of the syntax of English. • Includes a workbook section at the end of each chapter with exercises, ‘helpful hints’ and model answers • Contains an extensive glossary of technical terms • An accompanying website contains unique teaching materials that guide students on how to analyse particular sentences from the exercises in the book Syntax and morphology | Cambridge Textbooks in Linguistics

February 2009 247 x 174 mm 568pp 978-0-521-51697-6 Hardback c. £65.00 978-0-521-73191-1 Paperback c. £25.99

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Philosophy

Philosophy

The Uses of the Past from Heidegger to Rorty Doing Philosophy Historically Robert Piercey | University of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

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Personal Autonomy New Essays on Personal Autonomy and its Role in Contemporary Moral Philosophy Edited by James Stacey Taylor | Louisiana State University

Autonomy has recently become one of the central concepts in contemporary moral philosophy and has generated much debate over its nature and value. This is the first volume to bring together original essays that address the theoretical foundations of the concept of autonomy, as well as essays that investigate the relationship between autonomy and moral responsibility, freedom, political philosophy, and medical ethics. • Autonomy is developing as a central topic in contemporary moral philosophy • Some leading figures in the field contributing to the volume, e.g. Michael Bratman, Alfred Mele, Susan Wolf, Thomas Beauchamp, R. G. Frey • Covers a wide range of disciplines such as medical ethics, freedom, moral responsibility, and psychology History of philosophy

October 2008 228 x 152 mm 360pp 978-0-521-83796-5 Hardback £50.00 978-0-521-73234-5 Paperback £14.99

History of philosophy

March 2009 228 x 152 mm 256pp 978-0-521-51753-9 Hardback c. £50.00

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The Cambridge World History of Medical Ethics Edited by Robert B. Baker | Union College, New York

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Hegel’s Practical Philosophy Rational Agency as Ethical Life Robert B. Pippin | University of Chicago

Robert Pippin argues that the central questions in Hegel’s practical philosophy are the central questions in modern accounts of freedom. Using a detailed analysis of key Hegelian texts, he reveals the bearing of Hegel’s claims on many contemporary issues, including much-discussed core problems in the liberal democratic tradition. • Provides a detailed analysis of key Hegelian texts • Connects Hegel’s position with the much discussed core problems in the liberal democratic tradition • Offers a fresh, original reading of many central Hegelian claims and discusses their bearing on contemporary issues History of philosophy

October 2008 228 x 152 mm 320pp 978-0-521-42957-3 Hardback £50.00 978-0-521-72872-0 Paperback £18.99

Piercey asks how it is possible to do philosophy by studying the thinkers of the past. He develops his answer through readings of Martin Heidegger, Richard Rorty, Paul Ricoeur, Alasdair MacIntyre, and other historically-minded philosophers. The result is a powerful and original account of how philosophers use the past. • The first comprehensive account of what it means to do philosophy historically • Shows how major figures in philosophy have used history to advance their views • Usefully discusses important thinkers of both ‘analytic’ and ‘continental’ philosophy

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The Cambridge World History of Medical Ethics, the first book of its kind, takes a global, multicultural, and interdisciplinary approach to the history of medical ethics. The book offers a chronology of major figures and texts, biographies of major figures, a comprehensive bibliography, and a history of the field itself. • First comprehensive, in-depth, global, multicultural history of medical ethics • Takes a new fundamental approach to the history of medical ethics • Features a full bibliography and new reference materials History of philosophy

February 2009 279 x 215 mm 864pp 978-0-521-88879-0 Hardback £115.00

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A History of Women’s Political Thought in Europe, 1400–1700 Jacqueline Broad | Monash University, Victoria

This ground-breaking book surveys the history of women’s political thought in Europe from the late medieval period to the early modern era, examining women’s ideas about topics such as the basis of political authority, justifications of obedience and resistance, and concepts of liberty, toleration, sociability, equality and selfpreservation. • Provides quotations and translations from key primary works by female political thinkers such as Christine de Pizan, Marguerite de Navarre, Elizabeth I, Lucrezia Marinella and Mary Astell • Includes an extensive and comprehensive bibliography of women’s works to facilitate further research • A unique resource for those wanting to include women’s ideas in courses on the history of political theory History of philosophy

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 360pp 978-0-521-88817-2 Hardback c. £55.00

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The Kantian Sublime and the Revelation of Freedom

The Cambridge Companion to Boethius Edited by John Marenbon | Trinity College, Cambridge

Robert R. Clewis | Gwynedd-Mercy College, Pennsylvania

This book shows how certain crucial concepts in Kant’s aesthetics and practical philosophy – the sublime, enthusiasm, freedom, empirical and intellectual interests, the idea of a republic – fit together and deepen our understanding of Kant’s philosophy. • Appendices summarise and classify Kant’s thoughts on enthusiasm, respect, beauty and sublimity • Clewis’ interpretation of aesthetic enthusiasm clarifies Kant’s views of the French Revolution • Draws upon Continental and analytic scholarship in English, French, Italian and German languages

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History of philosophy

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 272pp 978-0-521-51668-6 Hardback c. £50.00

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History of philosophy | Cambridge Companions to Philosophy

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The Cambridge Companion to Darwin Second edition Edited by Jonathan Hodge | University of Leeds

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Locke: A Biography Roger Woolhouse | University of York

The first comprehensive biography in half a century of John Locke, ‘a man of versatile mind fitted for whatever you shall undertake,’ as he was once very aptly described. Woolhouse interweaves an account of Locke’s life with his ideas in theory of knowledge, science, medicine, economics, religion, and political philosophy. • Sets Locke’s private and public lives in their historical and intellectual contexts • Interweaves an account of Locke’s life with an account of his ideas as systematic and extensive as would be found in encyclopedias • Based on wide research and many years of study in Locke’s biography History of philosophy

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Covers all the important aspects of Boethius, a late ancient Latin philosopher, who was very widely studied in the Middle Ages. The subjects discussed include logic, theology, metaphysics, philosophy of language and also questions of literary form and Boethius’s influence on poets as well as philosophers and theologians. • Examines both the philosophical and literary aspects of Boethius’s work • The appendix provides a complete and easy to use guide to Boethius’s works including editions and translations • Each chapter provides an important original contribution to the subject

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An indispensable resource for anyone teaching or researching Darwin’s theories and their historical and philosophical interpretations. This second, updated edition includes two new chapters: on Darwin, Hume and human nature, and on Darwin’s theories in the intellectual long run, from the pre-Socratics to the present. • This second edition has two new chapters, updated material in selected chapters and a revised introduction • Contains a revised guide to further reading including information on valuable websites • Integrates historical and philosophical topics, covering Darwin’s fascinating life and his rich intellectual legacy History of philosophy | Cambridge Companions to Philosophy

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The Cambridge Companion to Hegel and Nineteenth-Century Philosophy Edited by Frederick C. Beiser | Indiana University

Kierkegaard An Introduction C. Stephen Evans | Baylor University, Texas

C. Stephen Evans provides a clear, readable introduction to Søren Kierkegaard (1813–55) as a philosopher and thinker. He brings Kierkegaard into conversation with western philosophers past and present, presenting him as one who gives powerful answers to the questions which philosophers ask. • Organized around Kierkegaard’s idea of the ‘three stages of existence’, a concept that forms the basis for many courses on his work • Presents Kierkegaard as a writer of interest to secular as well as religious people • Brings Kierkegaard into conversation with western philosophers past and present History of philosophy

May 2009 228 x 152 mm 216pp 978-0-521-87703-9 Hardback c. £45.00 978-0-521-70041-2 Paperback c. £15.99

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Examines Hegel within his broader historical and philosophical contexts, covering all aspects of his philosophy. It provides an introduction to his logic, epistemology, philosophy of mind, social and political philosophy, philosophy of nature, and aesthetics and features an introductory article on Hegel’s life, a conspectus of Terry Pinkard’s biography. • Essential reading for anyone interested in nineteenth-century philosophy • Covers all aspects of Hegel’s varied and influential philosophy • Features an introductory biographical essay based on Terry Pinkard’s biography History of philosophy | Cambridge Companions to Philosophy

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 472pp 978-0-521-83167-3 Hardback £45.00 978-0-521-53938-8 Paperback £17.99

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Philosophy

Kant’s ‘Idea for a Universal History with a Cosmopolitan Aim’ A Critical Guide Edited by Amélie Oksenberg Rorty | Harvard University, Massachusetts

Lively current debates about narratives of historical progress, the conditions for international justice, and the implications of globalization have prompted a renewed interest in Kant’s Idea for a Universal History with a Cosmopolitan Aim. The essays in this volume discuss the questions that are at the core of Kant’s investigations. • Addresses the relevance of Kant’s text to current discussions about cosmopolitanism, historical progress and globalisation • A thorough reconsideration of Idea for a Universal History with a Cosmopolitan Aim by some of the most prominent Kant scholars in the English-speaking world • This book will be of interest to philosophers, social and political theorists, cultural and intellectual historians History of philosophy | Cambridge Critical Guides

May 2009 228 x 152 mm 296pp 978-0-521-87463-2 Hardback c. £50.00

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Paradoxes Third edition R. M. Sainsbury | University of Texas, Austin

The expanded and revised third edition of this intriguing book considers a range of knotty paradoxes including paradoxes about morals, paradoxes about belief, and hardest of all, paradoxes about truth. It is not only an explanation of paradoxes but also an excellent introduction to philosophical thinking. • This third edition includes a new chapter on moral paradoxes • Each chapter contains questions to actively encourage the reader to think philosophically • Every paradox is introduced very simply and readers can choose to take or leave the more technical sections of the book Philosophy (general)

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 200pp 978-0-521-89632-0 Hardback c. £45.00 978-0-521-72079-3 Paperback c. £15.99

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What Philosophers Know

Mill’s ‘On Liberty’ A Critical Guide Edited by C. L. Ten | National University of Singapore

Case Studies in Recent Analytic Philosophy Gary Gutting | University of Notre Dame, Indiana

This volume of essays covers the whole range of problems raised in and by Mill’s On Liberty, including the concept of liberty, the toleration of diversity, freedom of expression, the value of allowing ’experiments in living’, the basis of individual liberty, multiculturalism and the claims of minority cultural groups. • All ten essays are specially commissioned for this volume • The systematic coverage of the volume enables readers to better understand the nature and basis of Mill’s views • Mill’s views are still relevant to many contemporary debates including the limits of individual liberty, the power of the state and multiculturalism

Based on detailed case studies of major achievements in recent analytic philosophy, this book both provides a lucid survey of the work of major figures such as Quine, Kripke, Rawls, and Rorty and shows how their work offers a substantive body of philosophical knowledge that even non-philosophers cannot ignore. • Includes detailed case studies of recent analytic philosophy • Offers a new model for understanding the nature of philosophical thinking • Emphasises the positive role of pre-philosophical convictions for philosophical thought Philosophy (general)

History of philosophy | Cambridge Critical Guides

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Reasons for Action

The Paradoxes of Art

Edited by David Sobel | University of Nebraska

This volume contains eleven new essays on practical reason. Topics include the differences between practical and theoretical rationality, the explanation of action, the sources of reasons, and the relationship between morality and reasons for action. The volume will be essential reading for all philosophers interested in ethics and practical reason. • Includes contributions from some of the most important figures currently working in moral philosophy • Debates about the limits and nature of practical reason are at the forefront of discussions of ethical theory and rationality • Essential reading for all philosophers interested in ethics and practical reason Philosophy (general)

May 2009 228 x 152 mm 312pp 978-0-521-87746-6 Hardback c. £50.00

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A Phenomenological Investigation Alan Paskow | St Mary’s College, Maryland

In this study, Alan Paskow asks why fictional characters matter to us and how they emotionally affect us. He applies these questions to painting, demonstrating that certain paintings beckon us to view their contents as real. As emblematic of the fundamental concerns of our lives, paintings, he argues, are not simply in our heads but in our world. • Provides solution for ‘paradox of fiction’, answering questions about why we are affected by fictional beings and situations • Shows why paintings invite viewers to view contents as real • Situates phenomenological approach to experience of painting in relation to contemporary schools of artistic theory Philosophy (general)

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Philosophy in a New Century Selected Essays John R. Searle | University of California, Berkeley

John Searle has made profoundly influential contributions to three areas of philosophy: philosophy of mind, philosophy of language, and philosophy of society. This volume gathers together in accessible form a selection of his essays in these areas, and will be valuable for all who are interested in Searle’s work. • John R. Searle is unquestionably one of the most important figures in Anglo-American philosophy • The collection of essays spans nearly two decades • Includes Searle’s first published work on the topic of contemporary and recent phenomenology

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Philosophy of mind and language

December 2008 228 x 152 mm 216pp 978-0-521-51591-7 Hardback £50.00 978-0-521-73158-4 Paperback £18.99

The over-riding objective of Berkeley’s long philosophical career was to counteract objections to religious belief that resulted from new philosophies associated with the Scientific Revolution, and his radical empiricism and scientific instrumentalism are still influential today. This edition provides texts from the full range of Berkeley’s contributions to philosophy. • Provides all the texts required for an in-depth study of Berkeley • Guides students through the intellectual context in which Berkeley wrote • Helps students to extend their reading and link Berkeley with contemporary issues in philosophy January 2009 228 x 152 mm 416pp 978-0-521-88135-7 Hardback £50.00 978-0-521-70762-6 Paperback £17.99

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Kierkegaard: Concluding Unscientific Postscript

Edited by Manfred D. Laubichler | Arizona State University

This book represents a new effort to understand very old questions about biological form, function, and the relationships between them. The collected essays reflect the diversity of approaches in evolutionary developmental biology (Evo Devo), and raise questions about the future shape of Evo Devo as it matures as a field. • Uses evolutionary developmental biology as a new way to approach and understand form and function • Includes contributions from scientists as well as historians and philosophers • Offers a wider conversation about the shape of evolutionary developmental biology as it matures as a field Philosophy of science | Cambridge Studies in Philosophy and Biology

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Edited and translated by Alastair Hannay

Kierkegaard’s Concluding Unscientific Postscript is a classic of existential literature, the text that philosophers look to first when attempting to define Kierkegaard’s own philosophy. This volume offers the work in a new translation by Alastair Hannay, together with an introduction that sets the work in its philosophical and historical contexts. • This new edition of Kierkegaard’s milestone work is the most studentfriendly translation available • Contains a useful guide to further reading and an introduction that places the work in its proper context • Set to become a core teaching text for undergraduates and postgraduate students alike Philosophy texts | Cambridge Texts in the History of Philosophy

May 2009 228 x 152 mm 600pp 978-0-521-88247-7 Hardback c. £50.00 978-0-521-70910-1 Paperback c. £22.99

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The Human Right to a Green Future

Genetic Analysis A History of Genetic Thinking Raphael Falk | Hebrew University of Jerusalem

There is a paradox lying at the heart of the study of heredity. Genetic Analysis offers a deep and innovative understanding of our ways of thinking about heredity, written by one of the most important empirical scientists in the field. • A major resource for historians and philosophers of biology and for biologists interested in the history of their discipline • Written by one of the most important empirical scientists in the field • Readers require only a minimum knowledge of genetics Philosophy of science | Cambridge Studies in Philosophy and Biology

May 2009 228 x 152 mm 220pp 978-0-521-88418-1 Hardback c. £50.00

Desmond M. Clarke

Philosophy texts | Cambridge Texts in the History of Philosophy

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Form and Function in Developmental Evolution

March 2009 228 x 152 mm 248pp 3 tables 978-0-521-87268-3 Hardback c. £50.00

Berkeley: Philosophical Writings

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Environmental Rights and Intergenerational Justice Richard P. Hiskes | University of Connecticut

This book presents an argument for establishing environmental human rights as the legitimate possession of both present and future generations. It uses these rights – to clean air, water, and soil – to make an argument for justice across generations, that is, for recognizing the obligation that present generations have to preserve the environment and natural resources for future generations. • A new approach to human rights in general: emergent human rights • A new theory of environmental justice across generations • A new idea of reciprocity called ‘reflexive reciprocity’ Political philosophy

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 184pp 978-0-521-87395-6 Hardback c. £45.00 978-0-521-69614-2 Paperback c. £17.99

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Naturalized Bioethics Toward Responsible Knowing and Practice Edited by Hilde Lindemann | Michigan State University

Naturalized Bioethics calls for bioethicists to give up their dependence on utilitarianism and other ideal moral theories and instead to move toward a self-reflexive, socially inquisitive, politically critical, and inclusive ethics. The book helps bioethicists and health care professionals to address the ethical issues surrounding health care. • Revolutionises bioethics theory • Features prominent scholars from a range of disciplines • Internationally focussed, giving views and ideas from across the globe Political philosophy

November 2008 228 x 152 mm 300pp 978-0-521-89524-8 Hardback £45.00 978-0-521-71940-7 Paperback £15.99

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Rights, Race, and Recognition Derrick Darby | University of Kansas

Draws on the legacy of race and racism in the USA to argue that all rights are products of social recognition. This bold, meticulously argued book will inspire readers to rethink the central role assigned to rights in moral, political, and legal theory as well as in everyday evaluative discourse. • Challenges the standard, widely accepted views of moral and human rights • Lucidly written with the needs of students and non-specialists in mind • Contains a comprehensive bibliography that will aid further research Political philosophy

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 216pp 978-0-521-51540-5 Hardback c. £45.00 978-0-521-73319-9 Paperback c. £17.99

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Religion Paul in Ecstasy The Neurobiology of the Apostle’s Life and Thought Colleen Shantz | University of St Michael’s College, Toronto and Toronto School of Theology

Biblical scholars have failed to address sufficiently the role of experience in Paul’s letters. Colleen Shantz pursues the topic of religious ecstasy through a variety of disciplines – most notably neuroscience – explaining bewildering passages in Paul’s letters, as well as demonstrating the significant influence of experience in his life and in Christian origins. • Combines ‘hard science’ with Biblical exegesis • Has implications for Biblical specialists in understanding both particular biblical passages and Pauline studies • Brings biblical studies into current conversation with broader cultural interests in religion Biblical studies – New testament

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Scripture, Culture, and Agriculture An Agrarian Reading of the Bible Ellen F. Davis | Duke University, North Carolina

This book examines the theology and ethics of land use through critical biblical exegesis. It explores the biblical writers’ pervasive concern for the care of arable land as a central religious obligation. Davis creates a conversation between ancient texts and contemporary agrarian writers, providing a fresh theological perspective on a contemporary problem. • The topic of industrialized agriculture and the global food economy has contemporary relevance • The integration of biblical scholarship and new agrarian writing is unique • The scientific discussion is current, balanced and well-documented Biblical studies – Old testament, Hebrew bible

December 2008 228 x 152 mm 248pp 978-0-521-51834-5 Hardback £45.00 978-0-521-73223-9 Paperback £14.99

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Genesis Bill T. Arnold

This commentary is an innovative interpretation of the book of Genesis. The author combines older critical approaches with the latest rhetorical methodologies to yield fresh interpretations accessible to scholars, clergy, teachers, seminarians, and interested laypeople. • Innovative scholarship and academic rigor, yet accessible to the non-professional reader • Based upon the popular NRSV text of the Bible, but includes many observations drawn directly from the original Hebrew text of Genesis • Sidebars (‘Closer Look’, ‘Bridging the Horizons’) enable the reader to see the contemporary pertinence of this ancient Hebrew text Biblical studies – Old testament, Hebrew bible | New Cambridge Bible Commentary

November 2008 228 x 152 mm 408pp 978-0-521-80607-7 Hardback £45.00 978-0-521-00067-3 Paperback £15.99

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The Christian Parthenon Classicism and Pilgrimage in Byzantine Athens Anthony Kaldellis | Ohio State University

Presenting a wealth of new evidence, Professor Kaldellis examines the history of Byzantine Athens. He focuses specifically on the Parthenon, which became a Christian church and a major site of pilgrimage and was part of a broader attempt to fuse pagan and Christian culture in the city. • Tells a fascinating but unknown story of the role played by Athens and the Parthenon in the Byzantine period • Provides new evidence for the medieval history of classical monuments • Explores the reception of the classical past in the Byzantine period and the ways in which it was fused with the prevailing Christian culture Church history

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Rosenzweig’s Bible

The Sins of the Fathers

Reinventing Scripture for Jewish Modernity Mara H. Benjamin | Yale University, Connecticut

The Law and Theology of Illegitimacy Reconsidered John Witte, Jr. | Emory University, Atlanta

Mara Benjamin argues that Franz Rosenzweig reinvented scripture – both the Bible itself and the very notion of a scriptural text – in order to invigorate Jewish intellectual and social life. The distinctly modern key of this undertaking ultimately reinforced the foundations of German-Jewish postEnlightenment liberal thought. Rosenzweig’s Bible illuminates the complex interactions that arise when modern readers engage the sacred texts of ancient religious traditions. • Offers a new interpretation of Rosenzweig, examining the role of the Hebrew Bible in Rosenzweig’s corpus, which no other book has done • Analyzes Rosenzweig’s translation of and commentary on the poetry of Yehudah Halevi, an important work that has been neglected in scholarship • Shows relevance/importance of Jewish thought for contemporary biblical theology and other studies of the role of the Bible for theology today

Witte analyzes the shifting laws and logics of illegitimacy in the Western tradition offering an incisive critique of this historical doctrine and its renewed expression among neo-conservatives in church and state. Illegitimacy doctrine, he argues, misinterprets several biblical texts and disregards cardinal Christian teachings of individual accountability and Christian community. • The first comprehensive treatment in English of the history of civil, canon, and common laws on illegitimacy and legitimation • A striking critique of the misreading of biblical texts on illegitimacy by medieval and early modern jurists • The first comparative analysis of the theology of illegitimacy from the Talmud and Church Fathers, and historical Catholic and Protestant sources Religion (general)

April 2009 216 x 138 mm 232pp 9 halftones 978-0-521-83941-9 Hardback c. £45.00 978-0-521-54824-3 Paperback c. £15.99

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Judaism

May 2009 228 x 152 mm 220pp 2 tables 978-0-521-89526-2 Hardback c. £45.00

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Michael L. Morgan | Indiana University, Bloomington

The Cambridge History of Jewish Philosophy From Antiquity through the Seventeenth Century Edited by Steven Nadler | University of Wisconsin, Madison

This volume surveys the history of Jewish philosophy from antiquity to the early modern period, with an emphasis on medieval Jewish thought. Unlike other reference works, this volume is organized by topic rather than chronology. It includes contributions from leading scholars in the field. • Never-before-published essays by leading scholars • Organized by philosophical topic rather than chronology or individual figures • Fills an important gap in Cambridge’s prominent histories of philosophy Judaism

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 984pp 978-0-521-84323-2 Hardback c. £100.00

Morgan demystifies Levinas by examining his unfamiliar and surprising vocabulary, interpreting texts with an eye to clarity, and arguing that Levinas can be understood as a philosopher of the everyday. Neither glib dismissal nor fawning acceptance, Morgan provides a sympathetic reading that can form a foundation for a responsible critique. • First book to offer a comprehensive reading of Levinas that places him within the world of Anglo-American, analytic philosophy • Deals with issues that are both contested in scholarship about Levinas and also would be problems for philosophers unfamiliar with his work • Attempts to demystify Levinas by placing him in conversation with prominent contemporary philosophers and using familiar terms to clarify his terminology Religion (general)

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The Cambridge Companion to Philo Edited by Adam Kamesar

The Cambridge Companion to Philo presents an accessible account of Philo of Alexandria and his works, which constitute an essential source for the study of the Judaism of the turn of the eras, the rise of Christianity, and the history of Greek philosophy. The volume surveys key areas of Philonic studies and gives readers a sense of the current state of scholarship. • Covers the breadth of Philonic studies, while also providing depth of vision • International team of experts • Unassuming and straightforward style Judaism | Cambridge Companions to Philosophy

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 280pp 978-0-521-86090-1 Hardback c. £45.00 978-0-521-67802-5 Paperback c. £16.99

Discovering Levinas

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February 2009 228 x 152 mm 526pp 978-0-521-87259-1 Hardback £58.00 978-0-521-75968-7 Paperback c. £18.99

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Sacred Schisms How Religions Divide Edited by James R. Lewis | University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point

This volume provides the first book-length study of religious schisms as a general phenomenon. Examples are drawn from a wide variety of different traditions and geographical areas, from early Mediterranean Christianity to modern Japanese New Religions, and from the Jehovah’s Witnesses to Neo-Pagans. • Provides a cross-cultural overview of factors that can lead to schisms • Covers more recent religions as well as established traditions • Reveals the beneficial effects of schism as well as harmful ones Religion (general)

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 344pp 1 table 978-0-521-88147-0 Hardback c. £50.00

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An Introduction to Shamanism Thomas A. DuBois | University of Wisconsin, Madison

Shamans are professionals who make use of personal supernatural experiences as a resource for the wider community’s physical and spiritual well-being. This book introduces the beliefs and rituals typical of shamanic traditions around the world and the techniques used by shamans including music, entheogens, material culture and verbal performance. • Includes contemporary topics such as cognitive perspectives, the politics of shamanism, and neoshamanism • Discusses a wide range of shamanic traditions from various parts of the world allowing readers to appreciate both the common features and local or regional distinctiveness • Encourages readers to appreciate the range of research perspectives brought to bear on the topic in past and present scholarship Religion (general) | Introduction to Religion

This authoritative Companion to the theologian Paul Tillich provides an accessible account of the major themes in his diverse theological writings. It embodies and develops recent renewed interest in Tillich’s theology and reaffirms him as a major figure in today’s theological landscape. • Provides a valuable introduction to ‘the most celebrated defender of American Christianity’ • Engages with the renewed interest in Tillich’s thought in recent years • Includes a chronology to enable readers to place Tillich’s life and theology in its wider cultural and intellectual context Theology | Cambridge Companions to Religion

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An Introduction to Catholicism

Thomas Aquinas on the Passions

Lawrence S. Cunningham | University of Notre Dame, Indiana

A Study of Summa Theologiae, 1a2ae 22–48 Robert Miner | Baylor University, Texas

The Summa Theologiae contains Thomas Aquinas’ thoughts on the passions, the elemental forces that affect human happiness. The aim of this book is to provide a better understanding of Aquinas’ account of the passions, and it argues that his masterwork is still highly relevant today. • Enables the reader to better understand Aquinas’ account of the passions • Engages with secular as well as religious thinking on the subject of the Summa Theologiae • Useful diagrams explain the complex relations between the various passions Theology

The beliefs and practices shared by one billion Catholics around the globe form the focus of this essential textbook. It guides the student through the complex, diverse world of 21st-century Catholicism, explaining doctrinal formulas, institutional structures and patterns of life and worship as evolving responses to historical and social contexts. • Each chapter provides an annotated list of further reading • Boxed text and side bars highlight points of particular interest • Builds on the author’s award-winning teaching at the University of Notre Dame and his prize-winning writing for popular as well as academic audiences Theology | Introduction to Religion

March 2009 228 x 152 mm 320pp 1 map 978-0-521-84607-3 Hardback c. £45.00 978-0-521-60855-8 Paperback c. £15.99

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The Cambridge Companion to John Henry Newman Edited by Ian Ker | St Benet’s Hall, Oxford

As the leader of the Oxford or Tractarian Movement, Newman’s influence continues to be felt on Anglicanism, and he is regarded by many as ‘the Father’ of the Second Vatican Council. His theology anticipates central themes in contemporary theology, and he can be viewed as a post-modern theologian. • A rigorous academic introduction to a major intellectual figure of Victorian England • Avoids denominational agendas and makes Newman’s thought accessible to readers of all faiths or none • Provides reading suggestions to guide students through the daunting mass of secondary literature Theology | Cambridge Companions to Religion

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 291pp 978-0-521-87186-0 Hardback c. £45.00 978-0-521-69272-4 Paperback c. £17.99

Edited by Russell Re Manning | University of Cambridge

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 368pp 978-0-521-85989-9 Hardback £45.00 978-0-521-67735-6 Paperback £17.99

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Beyond Corporate Social Responsibility Oil Multinationals and Social Challenges Jedrzej George Frynas | Middlesex University, London

Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) has emerged as an important approach for addressing the social and environmental impact of company activities. With increasing expectations placed on business, this book investigates CSR in the oil and gas sector to see if it is capable of delivering on these larger expectations. • Examines the wider impact of Corporate Social Responsibility, including recent debates on its potential to reduce poverty • Considers economic and political, as well as social and environmental issues • Includes studies from emerging economies such as Brazil’s Petrobras and China’s CNOOC Business ethics

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May 2009 228 x 152 mm 200pp 18 tables 978-0-521-86844-0 Hardback c. £45.00

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NGOs and Corporations

China’s Emerging Technological Edge

Conflict and Collaboration Michael Yaziji | IMD, Lausanne

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We live in a period marked by the ascendency of corporations. At the same time, the number of non-governmental organizations (NGOs) has also rapidly increased. This book focuses on the dynamic interactions, both conflictual and collaborative, that exist between these two very different types of organization. • Provides a nuanced view of the relationship between NGOs and corporations by discussing both conflict and collaboration • Includes numerous case studies of NGO-corporate interactions allowing readers to see how NGOs and corporations interact in practice • Gives readers a broad introduction to NGOs with an extensive literature review Business ethics | Business, Value Creation, and Society

March 2009 228 x 152 mm 192pp 2 tables 978-0-521-86684-2 Hardback c. £60.00 978-0-521-68601-3 Paperback c. £21.99

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China’s economic rise has been astonishing, yet the country finds itself engaged in a debate over whether its scientific and technological potential can be realised. This study addresses the critical issues surrounding China’s talent pool, and speaks of significant policy implications both for China and the international community. • First wide-ranging analysis of China’s science and technology talent base in 40 years • Presents an overall picture of China’s science and technology talent • Includes an invaluable appendix devoted to China’s talent-related statistics International business

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 424pp 79 tables 978-0-521-88513-3 Hardback c. £60.00 A 978-0-521-71233-0 Paperback c. £21.99 A

Emerging Multinationals in Emerging Markets

Networks for Learning and Knowledge Creation in Biotechnology

Edited by Ravi Ramamurti | Northeastern University, Boston

Amalya Lumerman Oliver | Hebrew University of Jerusalem

The biotechnology industry is based on a wide range of intra- and inter-organizational collaborations between the academic and private sectors. Amalya Lumerman Oliver provides a stimulating account of how multiple theoretical perspectives can be used to understand the structure of the industry. • Provides a comprehensive, research-based analysis of a dynamic and diverse industry • Explains how networks and entrepreneurial activity drive innovation in the biotechnology sector • Discusses a wide number of issues relating to organizational learning and knowledge creation Entrepreneurship and innovation

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 272pp 9 tables 978-0-521-87248-5 Hardback c. £55.00

Assessing the Role of High-End Talent Denis Fred Simon | Levin Graduate Institute, SUNY

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Harmonizing Work, Family, and Personal Life From Policy to Practice Edited by Steven A. Y. Poelmans | IESE Business School, Barcelona

Harmonizing Work, Family, and Personal Life examines the organizational challenges of introducing work-life policies and practices from both an individual and a managerial perspective. Drawing on a broad range of international case studies, it acts as a practical guide for policy design and implementation. • Includes a range of international perspectives, with contributors from both industry and academia • Uses real cases from companies who have implemented new policies and practices • Offers practical guidance for managers in order to assess existing policies and to assist with change General management

August 2008 228 x 152 mm 328pp 6 line figures 1 halftone 27 tables 978-0-521-85869-4 Hardback £28.00 A

A distinguished group of international business scholars present detailed studies of emerging-market multinationals (EMNEs) from the BRIC economies (Brazil, Russia, India and China), plus Israel, Mexico, South Africa, and Thailand. The studies show that EMNEs come in many shapes and sizes, depending on the home-country context. • From a team of distinguished international business experts • Common research agenda provides a more integrated analysis than other edited books on EMNEs • Based on experience from emerging markets, with chapters written by experts based in respective countries International business

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 432pp 32 tables 978-0-521-51386-9 Hardback c. £55.00

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Excel Basics to Blackbelt An Accelerated Guide to Decision Support Designs Elliot Bendoly | Emory University, Atlanta

Excel Basics to Blackbelt is intended to serve as an accelerated guide to decision support designs. Its structure is designed to enhance the skills in Excel of those who have never used it for anything but possibly storing phone numbers, enabling them to reach a level of mastery that will allow them to develop user interfaces and automated applications. • Text includes instructions on calling MS MapPoint, XLStat, and RISKOptimizer through visual basic code operating in Excel workbooks • Outlines approaches to leveraging Excel’s powerful iteration mode for data history generation/simulation • Purchase of the text grants access to examples demonstrating these techniques Organisation studies

September 2008 253 x 177 mm 344pp 276 halftones 21 tables 978-0-521-88905-6 Hardback £25.00 A


Management / Sociology

Decision Behaviour, Analysis and Support

Theory of the Firm for Strategic Management

Simon French | University of Manchester

Economic Value Analysis Manuel Becerra | Instituto de Empresa, Madrid

This valuable resource for managers and students in management, engineering and information systems explains strategies for better decisions taken from a wide range of disciplines. It covers computer technology, as well as human aids to building analyses, and some fast and frugal tricks for more consistent decision making. • Explains effective decision-making for practitioners and students from a range of disciplines, including management, engineering and information systems • Covers the use of computer technology in decision-making • Features real-world examples and scenarios to give practical insight Organisation studies

May 2009 247 x 174 mm 496pp 28 tables 978-0-521-88334-4 Hardback c. £75.00 978-0-521-70978-1 Paperback c. £34.99

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Interpersonal Networks in Organizations Cognition, Personality, Dynamics, and Culture Martin Kilduff | University of Texas, Austin

This book brings a social networks perspective to bear on topics of leadership, decision-making, turnover, organisational crises, organisational culture, and other major organisational behaviour topics. It offers a new direction for organisational behaviour theory and research by drawing from social network ideas. • Original and distinctive approach to organizational behavior from a social network perspective • Rigorous research emphasis • Emphasizes the perception of networks and the psychology of network differences Organisation studies | Structural Analysis in the Social Sciences, 30

October 2008 228 x 152 mm 320pp 48 tables 978-0-521-86660-6 Hardback £45.00 A 978-0-521-68558-0 Paperback £16.99 A

Leading Strategic Change Bridging Theory and Practice Eric Flamholtz | University of California, Los Angeles

Strategic decisions deal with the long-term direction of the firm and its main activities. This book develops a value-based theory of the firm that shows how firms can create value for customers and, at the same time, capture economic profits for their owners through business, corporate, international, and social strategies. • Creates a new, value-based theory of the firm created specifically for strategic decision-making • Gives better understanding of how firms create value and capture some profits through their strategies • Each chapter contains detailed examples, suggestions for further reading, and text boxes on influential models in strategy Strategic management

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 312pp 3 tables 978-0-521-86334-6 Hardback c. £65.00 A 978-0-521-68194-0 Paperback c. £25.99 A

Sociology Textbook

Crime Prevention Principles, Perspectives and Practices Adam Sutton | University of Melbourne

This book argues that contemporary governments can and should embrace crime prevention as a policy alternative to ‘law and order’. The book’s authors contend that crime prevention strategies should include both social prevention (programs to address social causes of delinquency) and environmental prevention (reducing crime by minimising opportunities). • The authors place current crime prevention themes in a more theoretical framework without neglecting practical considerations • This comprehensive book fills a void that exists in the current literature • An excellent resources for students in the disciplines of criminology, criminal justice and sociology Criminology

Why do some companies continue to be successful while others experience difficulties and even failure? In Leading Strategic Change, Eric Flamholtz and Yvonne Randle demonstrate that the key to long-term organizational success is the ability to adapt to and manage different types of change. • Presents a practical, user-tested framework for analyzing, planning and leading change • Provides a set of in-depth case studies allowing the reader to understand actual programs of change in a wide variety of settings • Uses examples from companies of varying sizes from small entrepreneurial firms (Tashman, and Infogix) to giant companies (Indian Oil, Tata Steel, Countrywide Financial, Starbucks, Westfield)

August 2008 228 x 152 mm 208pp 978-0-521-68425-5 Paperback £24.99

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July 2008 228 x 152 mm 288pp 978-0-521-84947-0 Hardback £25.00

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Lengthening the Arm of the Law

Modern and Postmodern Social Theorizing

Enhancing Police Resources in the Twenty-First Century Julie Ayling | Australian National University, Canberra

Bridging the Divide Nicos P. Mouzelis | London School of Economics and Political Science

This book is about the ways police organisations are raising funds and obtaining assistance to meet their objectives through entering into arrangements with ‘outsiders’ – businesses, community groups, other public agencies, and individuals. It examines the benefits and risks of these arrangements and how they affect police efficiency, effectiveness, and image. • Comprehensive mapping of arrangements between police organisations and third parties • Exploration of the effects of these arrangements on cost-effectiveness, equity, and legitimacy • Global focus with examples from all regions with emphasis on US, UK, Australia, Canada, and South Africa

There is a growing conflict between modern and postmodern social theorists. Nicos Mouzelis examines this relationship and suggests that there is not a clear divide between modern and postmodern theories. He seeks to show the continuity between the theories and how their perspectives can be brought together. • Demonstrates how the central issues in sociology developed during the postwar period • Explores and proposes solutions to the big divisions in sociology between modernists and postmodernists • Provides a history of contemporary sociology as well as an original approach to its central issues

Criminology | Cambridge Studies in Criminology

November 2008 228 x 152 mm 328pp 978-0-521-51585-6 Hardback £50.00 978-0-521-73153-9 Paperback £18.99

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The Cultural Politics of Human Rights Comparing the US and UK Kate Nash | Goldsmiths College, University of London

What do human rights mean? Why does it matter? Comparing detailed case studies within the US and UK, Kate Nash explores how cultural politics is crucial to the realization of human rights ideals and what impact the cultural politics of human rights is having on state transformation today. • Develops novel concepts and an innovative methodology to study a new phenomenon of ‘intermestic’ rights • Analyses the human rights movement in the context of state transformation from within states in order to assess the varieties of nationalism which are now emerging • Features case studies – some of which have been highly controversial – in the media as well as for activists and professionals Political sociology

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 232pp 978-0-521-85352-1 Hardback c. £45.00 978-0-521-61867-0 Paperback c. £17.99

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Illiberal Politics in Neoliberal Times Culture, Security and Populism in the New Europe Mabel Berezin | Cornell University, New York

Focusing on rightwing populist politics in contemporary Europe, particularly the French National Front, Mabel Berezin argues that the populist movement would not have emerged in the absence of intensified Europeanization. A compelling read which makes a novel argument about the relation between democracy and political and social security. • A new take on rightwing populist politics which goes beyond traditional political science approaches to the subject • Mabel Berezin is a prominent historical sociologist and prize-winning author • Illustrated with political campaign posters, cartoons and photographs Political sociology | Cambridge Cultural Social Studies

March 2009 228 x 152 mm 336pp 10 halftones 4 maps 6 tables 978-0-521-83913-6 Hardback c. £50.00 A 978-0-521-54784-0 Paperback c. £18.99 A

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Desire for Race Sarah Daynes | New School for Social Research, New York

Is race real or is it merely an illusion? This book brings analytical clarity to one of the most vexed topics in the social sciences today, arguing that race is no more than a social construction, haunted by outdated notions of biological essentialism. • Striking argument that race is foremost an idea that is an object of belief • Race is a central concept in social science: this book debunks it • Deploys a range of different arguments from across the sciences and social sciences Sociology of race and ethnicity

October 2008 228 x 152 mm 256pp 978-0-521-86210-3 Hardback £45.00 978-0-521-68047-9 Paperback £17.99

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Secularism and State Policy toward Religion The United States, France, and Turkey Ahmet T. Kuru | San Diego State University

Why do secular states pursue different policies toward religion? This book examines the impact of ideological struggles on public policy making. Specifically, it analyzes why American state policies are largely tolerant of religion (‘passive secularism’), whereas French and Turkish policies generally prohibit its public visibility (‘assertive secularism’). • Cross-cultural and continental analysis: comparison of one North American/Protestant, one European/Catholic, and one Middle Eastern/ Muslim country • Interdisciplinary: political science, history, sociology, religious studies, Middle Eastern studies, and Islamic studies • Includes an index of state-religion regimes for 197 countries Sociology of religion

May 2009 228 x 152 mm 255pp 4 line figures 14 tables 978-0-521-51780-5 Hardback c. £40.00 A 978-0-521-74134-7 Paperback c. £14.99 A


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Archaeology

British Islam The Road to Radicalism Tahir Abbas | University of Birmingham

The emergence of Islamic political radicalism has been one of the most dramatic developments in post-war British society. Focusing on post-war immigration and integration, British Islam explores the ways in which Muslim groups have arrived and formed communities, and traces the origins of violent extremism influenced by Islamism. • Explores the topical issue of multiculturalism in the context of the development of Islamic political radicalism in Britain • Written by a Muslim author educated in a liberal secular environment • A wide-scale approach to the subject, using history, sociology, economics, cultural studies, Islamic studies, political science and international relations Sociology of religion

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 296pp 978-0-521-85449-8 Hardback £45.00 978-0-521-67079-1 Paperback £15.99

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Secularism, Religion and Multicultural Citizenship Edited by Geoffrey Brahm Levey | University of New South Wales, Sydney

Contemporary Western democracies are challenged by the problems raised by the relationship between religion, multiculturalism and secularism. This book seeks to clarify the history, terms and limits of western secularism and explores the Muslim experience today, considering its broader significance for multicultural liberal democracies. • Situates the current concern over Muslim integration within larger debates over secularism and multiculturalism • Combines historical, philosophical, and sociological analyses of the topic • Explores cases and trends in Britain, Germany, France, the United States, Australia and India Sociology of religion

November 2008 228 x 152 mm 298pp 1 halftone 6 tables 978-0-521-87360-4 Hardback £45.00 A 978-0-521-69541-1 Paperback £17.99 A

Palaeopathology Tony Waldron | University College London

Palaeopathology is designed to help bone specialists with diagnosis of diseases in skeletal assemblages. Based on modern clinical knowledge Waldron provides background information to help readers understand the natural history of bone diseases, and draw reliable conclusions from their observations. • Uses a novel approach to the diagnosis of disease in the skeleton which will ensure that the same criteria are used by all bone specialists • Information is soundly clinically based, using up-to-date medical knowledge • Writing is clear and presented in simple, jargon free language Archaeological Science | Cambridge Manuals in Archaeology

November 2008 228 x 152 mm 268pp 23 halftones 42 tables 978-0-521-86137-3 Hardback £45.00 A 978-0-521-67855-1 Paperback £16.99 A

The Palaeolithic Settlement of Asia Robin Dennell | University of Sheffield

Authoritative synthesis of the evidence of the earliest inhabitants of Asia before the appearance of modern humans 100,000 years ago. Dennell sets out a structured framework of the first 2 million years of hominin settlement by integrating the archaeological, fossil and environmental evidence at continent level. • Fills a global gap in the understanding of human origins, providing the first detailed overview of the evidence of the earliest inhabitants of Asia • Provides a research agenda for the current and the next generation, identifying the key themes and research priorities • The first synthesis of the fossil record for human evolution in Asia over the last two million years within its climatic/environmental context Archaeology of Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa,Pacific | Cambridge World Archaeology

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 600pp 166 halftones 47 tables 978-0-521-84866-4 Hardback £55.00 A 978-0-521-61310-1 Paperback £29.99 A

Anthropology The Cambridge Companion to Lévi-Strauss Edited by Boris Wiseman | University of Durham

A major reassessment of Lévi-Strauss’ work and influence. The fifteen specially-commissioned essays in this volume engage with the controversies that have surrounded his ideas, probing the concealed influences and clichés that have obscured a true understanding of his work. • Includes close textual readings that highlight Lévi-Strauss’s relationship to key Western figures, such as Freud, Kant and Rousseau • Interdisciplinary approach reveals Lévi-Strauss’ continuing relevance not only for anthropology but also aesthetics, philosophy and political thought • Solid pedagogical features, including an extensive bibliography and jargon free style to support student learning Social, cultural anthropology

October 2008 228 x 152 mm 352pp 978-0-521-84630-1 Hardback c. £55.00 978-0-521-60867-1 Paperback c. £18.99

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Psychology

Intelligent Testing Integrating Psychological Theory and Clinical Practice Edited by James C. Kaufman | California State University, San Bernardino

Bullish on Uncertainty How Organizational Cultures Transform Participants Alexandra Michel | University of Southern California

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Provides rare insight into the secretive world of Wall Street high finance, which has shaped influential business, governmental, and cultural leaders. It studies how two highly successful Wall Street investment banks managed the uncertainty of their high-velocity environment through different work practices. • Rare insight into the work practices of influential but highly secretive Wall Street investment banks • Provides a novel conceptualization of human transformation, including the beneficial consequences for participants and organizations • Demonstrates connectivity between basic psychological processes, including identity, cognition, emotion, and motivation Cognition

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 280pp 3 tables 978-0-521-86996-6 Hardback £45.00 978-0-521-69019-5 Paperback £15.99

A celebration of Alan S. Kaufman’s life’s work, with contributions by a ‘who’s who’ in IQ testing, this book features essays on how IQ tests are developed, how they have improved over the last few decades, and how IQ testing is used throughout the world. • Any reader of Kaufman’s books or user of his tests will be interested in reading these essays • The contributors are truly an all-star roster of the IQ testing world • The Intelligent Testing philosophy has radically changed the way children are tested, with less emphasis put on a single number Educational psychology

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 300pp 4 line figures 2 tables 978-0-521-86121-2 Hardback c. £40.00 A

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Regulatory Processes in the Development of Childhood Behavioral Problems Edited by Sheryl Olson | University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Leading behavioral scientists describe exciting advances in research on regulatory influences that govern the development of childhood behavior problems including anxiety, aggression, and inattention. The authors highlight research that combines information about biological, behavioral, and social causes of psychopathology. • Describes recent advances in our understanding of the origins and development of child behavior problems • Each author synthesizes at least two different levels of regulatory influences, spanning biological, behavioral and social-ecological factors • Highlights cutting-edge developments in theory and measurement Developmental psychology

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Others in Mind Social Origins of Self-Consciousness Philippe Rochat | Emory University, Atlanta

Rochat explores self-consciousness, how it originates and how it shapes our lives, arguably the most important and revealing of all psychological problems. Based on empirical observations, this is a book of ideas, tapping into both developmental and anthropological phenomena and guided by strong existential intuitions regarding the human condition. • Integrates developmentally informed approaches to provide a new synthesis and theory on the nature and origins of human selfconsciousness • Covers a universal human phenomenon, combined with a unique philosophical argument • New perspective on the developmental origins of self-concept that combines cognitive, cross-cultural and evolutionary approaches Developmental psychology

March 2009 228 x 152 mm 248pp 7 halftones 978-0-521-50635-9 Hardback c. £45.00 A 978-0-521-72965-9 Paperback c. £15.99 A

Second edition Richard E. Mayer | University of California, Santa Barbara

New, re-organized edition of the 2001 text expanded to include double the number of experimental comparisons, 6 new principles, an expanded underlying theory to incorporate the triarchic model of cognitive load as well as a new focus on essential processing and fostering generative processing. • Evidence-based approach , based on rigorous scientific research and research-based theory • Expanded research base, expanded and reorganized theoretical principles • New focus on boundary conditions indicating the maturity of the field since the first edition Educational psychology

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 336pp 49 tables 978-0-521-51412-5 Hardback c. £55.00 A 978-0-521-73535-3 Paperback c. £18.99 A

The Materiality of Learning Technology and Knowledge in Educational Practice Estrid Sørensen | Technische Universität Berlin

Based on classroom ethnography, Sørensen compares traditional learning materials with digital technologies. He shows how these gave rise to different forms of knowledge and different ways of teachers and pupils being present in the classroom and computer lab and proposes six steps to the study of the materiality of learning. • Original ethnographic descriptions showing the fine details of how materials influence the learning process • Introduces the advanced and complex Actor-Network Theory to the educational field, clarified for the reader through detailed ethnographic descriptions • The approach to the ‘materiality of learning’ is summed up and explained in six boxes throughout the book Educational psychology | Learning in Doing: Social, Cognitive and Computational Perspectives

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Psychology

The Cambridge Handbook of Personality Psychology Edited by Philip J. Corr | Swansea University

Perspectives on Human Development, Family and Culture

An invaluable one-stop resource summarising cutting-edge personality research, from DNA to political influences on its development, expression, pathology and applications. Informative, lively, stimulating and, sometimes, controversial, the Handbook is an invaluable aid to understanding the central role played by personality in psychology. • Spans the full spectrum of personality research, including biopsychological approaches to personality and applied research • Describes new technological tools, e.g. molecular genetics and neuroimaging, exposing readers to the science behind personality research • Discusses how personality psychology contributes to other research areas such as schizophrenia, anxiety and mood disorders, eating disorders, organisational psychology, risk and safety, crime and justice

A collection of essays examining social, developmental and cultural psychology and intervention policies. Written to honour the retirement of emininent cross-cultural psychologist, Çigdem Kagitçibasi, and commemorate her lifetime’s work, this is a cutting-edge volume featuring the most recent developments in theory and research in the field. • Covers theoretical and empirical issues of relevance to world cultures – with a particular focus on Turkey • Challenges culture-blind theoretical assumptions of Western mainstream psychology • Features a section on intervention programs designed to empower those members of society who are at risk for development

Personality and individual differences

Psychology (general)

May 2009 247 x 174 mm 912pp 21 tables 978-0-521-86218-9 Hardback c. £90.00 978-0-521-68051-6 Paperback c. £45.00

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The Cambridge Handbook of Situated Cognition

New in Paperback

What Is Intelligence?

Edited by Philip Robbins | University of Missouri, Columbia

Beyond the Flynn Effect James R. Flynn | University of Otago, New Zealand

An expanded paperback edition of James R. Flynn’s thought-provoking examination of dramatic increases in IQ gains over the twentieth century. Includes new essays on the contrast between writing cognitive history with the science of measuring intelligence, the theory of intelligence and Flynn’s reservations about Gardner’s theory of multiple intelligences. • Expanded paperback edition of James R. Flynn’s acclaimed What Is Intelligence, which has sold over 6,500 copies world-wide • The style is simple and direct, yet even experts will find their understanding of intelligence enhanced • Boxes and figures make IQ trends easy to comprehend Personality and individual differences

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Involuntary Autobiographical Memories An Introduction to the Unbidden Past Dorthe Berntsen | Aarhus Universitet, Denmark

We often remember personal experiences without any conscious effort. Such occurrences are known as involuntary autobiographical memories, traditionally defined as a sign of distress or trauma. This study sheds light on a much-maligned phenomenon, arguing that involuntary memories are predominantly positive and far more common than previously thought. • A unique focus on involuntary autobiographical memories in everyday life by the leading researcher in the field • Relates studies on involuntary autobiographical memories to the experimental literature of daydreaming as well as to recent developments in brain imaging literature • Discusses artistic and literary interpretations of involuntary memories, including those of Marcel Proust and Cesare Pavese

State-of-the-art guide to a new paradigm of research in cognitive science that emphasizes the role of the body and the environment in shaping how we think. Each chapter tackles either a specific area of empirical research or specific sector of the conceptual foundation underlying this research. • Includes chapters on historical background so the reader can trace development of the field from its origins • The chapter authors are all leading experts in psychology, neuroscience, linguistics, philosophy, or allied fields	 • Presents critical debate on foundational issues, enabling insight into current controversies and provokes discussion Psychology (general)

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Understanding Adolescent Health Behaviour A Decision Making Perspective Kanayo Umeh | Liverpool John Moores University

Smoking, drinking, unhealthy eating; how can we explain these actions in teenagers? Umeh offers a fresh explanation for teenage behaviour based on the premise that teenagers, like adults, retain the power of choice. Teenagers’ actions may not be quite as mindless as popular myth suggests. • Seeks to explain and understand adolescents’ decisions by focusing on decision making strategies • Considers how teenagers process information in the face of external pressures • Empirically based, awash with interesting narratives, with useful tips at the end of chapters and a touch of humour Psychology (general)

April 2009 247 x 174 mm 344pp 13 halftones 5 tables 978-0-521-87526-4 Hardback c. £65.00 A 978-0-521-69802-3 Paperback c. £25.99 A

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February 2009 228 x 152 mm 240pp 8 tables 978-0-521-86616-3 Hardback c. £50.00 A

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New in Paperback

The Economic Psychology of Tax Behaviour Erich Kirchler | Universität Wien, Austria

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Kirchler uses economic-psychological research on tax evasion to develop a model based on the interaction climate between tax authorities and taxpayers. Featuring chapters on the social representations of taxation, decision-making and self-employed income tax behaviour, this paperback edition is suited to students reading economic psychology, behavioural economics, and public administration. • Integrates economic and psychological perspectives on tax evasion, unlike the majority of economic studies on this topic • Presents a model to describe tax behaviour, originating from the interaction climate between tax authorities and taxpayers • Features chapters on the social representations of taxation, decisionmaking, and self-employed income tax behaviour Psychology (general)

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 262pp 19 tables 978-0-521-87674-2 Hardback £47.00 A 978-0-521-75747-8 Paperback c. £19.99 A

The Cambridge Handbook of Literacy Edited by David R. Olson | University of Toronto

This handbook marks the transformation of the topic of literacy from the narrower concerns with learning to read and write to an interdisciplinary enquiry into the various roles of writing and reading in the full range of social and psychological functions in both modern and developing societies. • Broad definition of literacy as both a psychological competence and as a social practice • Concern with reading as a social practice: conventions of reading, history of reading, textual communities • Conceptual implications of literacy Psychology (general)

Chaos and Complexity in Psychology The Theory of Nonlinear Dynamical Systems Edited by Stephen J. Guastello | Marquette University, Wisconsin

This volume is unique in its focus on NDS’s role in the development of psychological theory. After an introductory chapter covering the fundamentals of chaos, complexity, and other nonlinear dynamics, subsequent chapters provide in-depth coverage of each of the specific topic areas in psychology. • Concise introductory chapter that covers basic NDS principles and their interrelationship • Authors devote attention to methods used to produce substantive results without mathematical skill • Offers clearly defined vocabulary of NDS terminology and a rich array of examples of how they can be used Psychology (general)

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Making Minds and Madness From Hysteria to Depression Mikkel Borch-Jacobsen | University of Washington

Renowned philosopher Mikkel Borch-Jacobsen provocatively argues most mental illnesses are not diseases, but the product of varying expectations shared by therapists and patients. A powerful critique of all the theories, such as psychoanalysis and biomedical psychiatry, that claim to discover facts about the human psyche while, in reality, producing them. • A lucid critique of both psychoanalysis and biomedical psychiatry, providing readers with the tools to analyze and put in perspective the therapeutic and theoretical claims made by both disciplines • Exposes the true story of the patient behind the best-selling book and blockbuster TV movie ‘Sybil’ – new and shocking material debunks the story portrayed in the book and movie • Presents the controversial idea that mental illnesses are, for the most part, cultural and historical artifacts co-produced by therapists and patients

April 2009 253 x 215 mm 596pp 16 line figures 17 halftones 5 plates 11 tables 978-0-521-86220-2 Hardback c. £80.00 A 978-0-521-68052-3 Paperback c. £25.00 A

Psychology (general)

The Dopaminergic Mind in Human History and Evolution

Changing Relations

Fred H. Previc | Eleanor Kolitz Academy, San Antonio

Dopamine is the most widely studied of all neurotransmitters in the human brain. Fred Previc puts forth a provocative evolutionary theory, positing that high levels of dopamine account for all major aspects of uniquely human behaviour, including abstract intelligence, creativity, exploration, religious behaviour and left-hemispheric thought. • Studies the age-old questions of what makes us human and how we evolved • Explores the role of dopamine in terms of basic brain function, brain lateralization, gender differences, autonomic physiology, emotion, clinical disorders, religion, and socio-historical consequences • Offers a highly original theory that contradicts mainstream thinking in the biological and social sciences Psychology (general)

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Achieving Intimacy in a Time of Social Transition Robin Goodwin | Brunel University

In a fast-changing world, what impact does social change have on everyday relationships? Reviewing work from across the globe, Goodwin brings together contemporary debates in psychology, sociology and political science on the ‘end of intimacy’, the inevitable decline of personal commitment and the impact of social change on personal relations. • Brings together psychological research with theoretical outputs and data from political science, communication and sociology • Critical discussion of core debates, drawing on work of Putnam, Fukuyama, Giddens, Beck and Beck-Gernsheim, Bauman and other leading sociological commentators • Incorporates contemporary discussions of social change from across the social science, using clear-cut examples of social changes across the world Psychology (general) | Advances in Personal Relationships

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 240pp 978-0-521-84204-4 Hardback £50.00

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Psychology / Politics, social theory, history of ideas

Cultural Transmission

The Politics of Income Inequality in the United States

Psychological, Developmental, Social, and Methodological Aspects Edited by Ute Schönpflug | Freie Universität Berlin

Explains how cultural information like for example values, are transferred from one generation to the next within the family, covers psychological, developmental, social, and methodological research . An ideal source of information for those interested in cultural and family issues, in disciplines such as psychology, education, social and behavioral sciences. • Contributions from international experts with critical and stimulating discussions of research findings and theoretical thinking • Broad introduction into the relevant theoretical and practical questions asked in this domain • For use especially by applied professionals in culture management and family counselling, and professionals dealing with migrants Social psychology | Culture and Psychology

Utilizing mass income surveys, elite surveys, and aggregate time series, as well as theoretical insights from both American and comparative politics, Kelly shows that income inequality responds to public opinion, policymaking, and partisan power and is therefore fundamental to the U.S. macro political system. • Uses advanced quantitative methods and combines theoretical insights from American and Comparative Politics • Based on research that was named a finalist for the E. E. Schattschneider award from the American Political Science Association • Explanations of income inequality are especially relevant in the current U.S. political context American government, politics, policy

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Strategy on the United States Supreme Court

Climate, Affluence, and Culture

Saul Brenner | University of North Carolina, Charlotte

Evert Van de Vliert | Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, The Netherlands and Universitetet i Bergen, Norway

Based on a decade of innovative research, Van de Vliert argues that climate and affluence influence each other’s impact on culture. This is the first report of a systematic series of studies on climate’s consequences for cultures around the globe, covering many components of culture. • Each chapter starts with a catchy epigraph and ends with three propositions, allowing readers to orient themselves and remember line of argument • Cross-cultural, interdisciplinary analysis, broadening the reader’s perspective • Includes 15 maps illustrating the text at a single glance Social psychology | Culture and Psychology

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 264pp 978-0-521-51787-4 Hardback £45.00

Nathan J. Kelly | University of Tennessee, Knoxville

This book reveals that Supreme Court justices behave substantially less strategically than many scholars believe. Through this investigation, Brenner and Whitmeyer create a work that is essential to understanding how strategic behavior – or its absence – influences the decisions of the Supreme Court and, as a result, American politics and society. • Introduces new evaluations of Supreme Court behavior • Current and thoughtful in its survey of the relevant research • Succinct and clearly written American government, politics, policy

April 2009 216 x 138 mm 192pp 1 line figure 6 tables 978-0-521-51672-3 Hardback c. £40.00 A 978-0-521-73634-3 Paperback c. £14.99 A

Reassessing the Incumbency Effect Jeffrey Stonecash | Syracuse University, New York

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This book argues that the electoral advantage of House incumbents has not increased in recent decades. The interpretation is supported by nontechnical data analysis and presentation. • Critical analysis of what has happened in House elections • Unique and non-technical presentation of data • New explanation of rise of safe seats in the House

Politics, social theory, history of ideas Where Have All the Liberals Gone?

American government, politics, policy

Race, Class, and Ideals in America James R. Flynn | University of Otago, New Zealand

James R. Flynn’s latest book offers a controversial left wing discussion arguing that the gap in IQs between black and white Americans is an environmental rather than genetic factor. A must read for all those who want to keep up to date with the IQ debate. • Written with a simple and direct style for general readers to appreciate a new lens through which to view American politics, foreign policy, and moral ideals • Features boxes for interesting asides, important data and more specialized topics • Experts will find the sections on race, class, and political and moral philosophy of great interest as well as the data in the Appendix tables

November 2008 228 x 152 mm 184pp 23 tables 978-0-521-51551-1 Hardback £45.00 A 978-0-521-73322-9 Paperback £15.99 A

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September 2008 228 x 152 mm 352pp 2 maps 16 tables 978-0-521-49431-1 Hardback £19.99 T

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The Deepening Darkness

African Women’s Movements

Patriarchy, Resistance, and Democracy’s Future Carol Gilligan | New York University

Changing Political Landscapes Aili Mari Tripp

This book explores why love is so problematic and violence so endemic, tracing these human problems to a systematic disruption of intimate relationships. From the Rome of Augustus to the present, patriarchy is at the root of these problems, as well as racism and sexism. • Links psychology of resistance found in young girls to political psychology underlying resistance movements of the 60s and later • Interpretation of literature to deepen understanding of both psychology of patriarchy and roots of resistance to it • Shows impact of patriarchy not only in distorting democratic politics but also personal life, religion, and psychology

Women entered the political scene in Africa after the 1990s. This book examines the convergence of factors behind women’s political success, including the emergence of autonomous women’s movements, the availability of new resources to advance women’s status, and the end of civil conflict. • The authors have been at forefront of African politics and women’s movements at the local, national, regional and international levels • Situates African developments in global trends using a good mix of theory and empirical grounding • A realistic take on a continent that is often portrayed in very bleak terms

American government, politics, policy

Comparative politics

January 2009 234 x 156 mm 352pp 978-0-521-89898-0 Hardback £17.99

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Law’s Allure How Law Shapes, Constrains, Saves, and Kills Politics Gordon Silverstein | University of California, Berkeley

In Law’s Allure, Gordon Silverstein explains the risks and rewards of America’s increasing reliance on litigation, judicial decisions, and formal legal rules to achieve political and policy goals, drawing a map that helps explain how, when, and why law and judicial rulings shape, constrain, save, and sometimes even kill politics. • Unlike competing books, Law’s Allure treats how all three branches INTERACT and how the choices made by one shape and constrain choices made by others • Examines how and why precedent shapes current debate, making some options more likely and other options less likely • Explains how and why it is that American politics and public debate have become increasingly dependent upon law and judicial decisionmaking American government, politics, policy

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 352pp 7 line figures 978-0-521-89647-4 Hardback c. £40.00 A 978-0-521-72108-0 Paperback c. £15.99 A

The Political Influence of Churches Paul A. Djupe | Denison University, Ohio

Djupe and Gilbert investigate how membership in organized religious bodies shapes the political life of members. They develop a theoretical framework that captures the multifaceted elements of church life that combine to affect individual political attitudes and actions, emphasizing church membership as an essential element of American civic and political life. • Unique data in the study of religion and politics • Examines whether clergy affect member opinions and behaviour • A new theory of religious influence on politics American government, politics, policy | Cambridge Studies in Social Theory, Religion and Politics

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 296pp 44 tables 978-0-521-87165-5 Hardback £40.00 A 978-0-521-69219-9 Paperback £15.99 A

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Governing Sustainability Edited by W. Neil Adger | University of East Anglia

A more sustainable world will require radical changes at all levels of society. This book examines these necessary processes and consequences across many important areas of concern, revealing that the governance of sustainable development is politically contested, and that it will continue to test existing governance systems to their limits. • Provides a state-of-the-art review of current thinking on the governance of sustainable development • Draws together some of the world’s foremost experts on governance and sustainable development • Contains a foreword by the UK Prime Minister’s special advisor on sustainable development and head of the national sustainable development commission – Jonathon Porritt CBE Comparative politics

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 368pp 7 tables 978-0-521-51875-8 Hardback c. £45.00 A 978-0-521-73243-7 Paperback c. £17.99 A

Radical Democracy in the Andes Donna Lee Van Cott | University of Connecticut

Are indigenous peoples’ governments in the Andes providing a more participatory, accountable, and deliberative form of democracy? Donna Lee Van Cott examines 10 examples of institutional innovation by indigenous party-controlled municipalities in Bolivia and Ecuador, concluding that effective leadership and political party representation are crucial to improving democratic quality. • Includes intensive case studies of institutional reform in 10 municipalities in two countries • Surveys the contemporary literature on ‘radical democracy’ for a collegiate-level audience and includes review questions in each chapter • Provides suggestions for policymakers and development professionals with respect to promoting democratic development Comparative politics

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The Legitimacy Puzzle in Latin America

The Handbook of National Legislatures

Political Support and Democracy in Eight Nations John A. Booth | University of North Texas

A Global Survey M. Steven Fish | University of California, Berkeley

Political scientists have worried about the declining support of citizens for their regimes (legitimacy) but have failed to link it empirically to democratic stability. This book addresses the ‘legitimacy puzzle’, using exhaustive empirical analysis of high-quality survey data from eight Latin American nations. • Discusses public opinion, political behavior, democratic norms, political support, and participation in Latin America • Uses extensive interviews with some 12,000 respondents from the 2004 Americas Barometer surveys in eight Latin American countries • Addresses political legitimacy and its impact on citizens’ political behavior and system stability – a significant and persistent political ‘legitimacy puzzle’

Assesses the strength of the national legislature of every country in the world with a population of at least a half-million inhabitants, using data generated by means of a vast international survey of experts, extensive study of secondary sources, and painstaking analysis of constitutions and other relevant documents. • Based on global expert survey, with detailed information about every national legislature worldwide • Breakdown of legislative powers into 32 separate sub-components • Worldwide rankings of national legislatures’ powers, including analysis of specific constitutions Comparative politics

Comparative politics

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Ethnicity and Electoral Politics

Social Protection and the Market in Latin America The Transformation of Social Security Institutions Sarah M. Brooks | Ohio State University

Provides a theoretical and empirical account of when and to what degree governments privatize national old-age pension systems. Using crossnational analysis and comparative analysis of pension reforms in Argentina, Brazil, Mexico and Uruguay, Brooks argues that pension privatization emerges from political conflict, rather than from exogenous pressures. • Global data simulating degrees of privatization • Case studies of four countries: Argentina, Brazil, Mexico and Uruguay • Political theory of institutional stability and change Comparative politics

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Party Discipline and Parliamentary Politics Christopher J. Kam | University of British Columbia, Vancouver

The decline of partisanship among voters has strengthened incentives for MPs to act independently of their parties and made it harder for party leaders to maintain discipline within their parties. This book studies the underlying structure of party unity and examines the interaction and contention between party leaders and MPs. • Demonstrates how a single theoretical model can explain political behaviour across a number of countries • Adopts a synthetic theoretical approach, showing how rationality and social norms are better thought of as reinforcing forces, rather than antagonistic forces • Blends case studies, game theory, statistics and content analysis Comparative politics

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 288pp 34 tables 978-0-521-51829-1 Hardback c. £50.00

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Johanna Kristin Birnir | State University of New York, Buffalo

It posits that diversity helps stabilize democracies early on. In the long term, diversity is only destabilizing if ethnic groups are excluded from access to policy rewards. Birnir examines the merits of the argument using case histories of multiple countries and statistical analysis. • Offers a novel argument about ethnic politics • Tripartite analysis (including formal modeling, analytic narratives, and statistical analysis) • Of interest to country specialists worldwide because of statistical analysis and to specialists of European and East European politics because of regional analysis Comparative politics

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Building Party Systems in Developing Democracies Allen Hicken | University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

This book addresses the question of why a party system with a modest number of nationally oriented political parties emerges in some democracies but not others. Analyzing the cases of Thailand and the Philippines, Hicken argues that aggregation incentives are a product of the payoff to being a large party and the probability if capturing that payoff. • Analysis of a unique collection of district-level election data • In-depth analysis of two of the largest developing democracies in the world, Thailand and the Philippines • Novel theory of party system development in new democracies Comparative politics

March 2009 228 x 152 mm 224pp 19 line figures 19 tables 978-0-521-88534-8 Hardback c. £45.00 A

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Politics, social theory, history of ideas

Fiscal Governance in Europe Mark Hallerberg | Hertie School of Governance, Berlin and Emory University, Atlanta

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This book presents a theoretical framework to discuss how governments coordinate budgeting decisions. Based on original research on European Union countries from 1985 to 2004, the authors argue that the effectiveness of a given form of fiscal governance depends crucially upon the underlying political system. • Compelling team of scholars – academic economist, policy-making economist based at the European Central Bank, and academic political economist • Unprecedented detail about fiscal norms, rules and institutions across time and countries is combined with illustrative and accessible case examples • Innovative formal model of the budget process in Chapter 2 for economists Comparative politics | Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics

Legislative Voting and Accountability John M. Carey | Dartmouth College, New Hampshire

This book considers what collective and individual accountability require and provides the most extensive cross-national analysis of legislative voting undertaken to date. Drawing on extensive filed and archival research, Carey illustrates the balance between individualistic and collective representation in democracies, and how party unity in legislative voting shapes that balance. • The most extensive cross-national data and analysis of legislative voting undertaken to date • Contains interviews with over 50 legislators and party leaders from ten Latin American countries • Examines multiple elements of democratic accountability: transparency, party unity, and individual responsiveness Comparative politics | Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 210pp 5 line figures 45 tables 978-0-521-85746-8 Hardback c. £40.00 A

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 224pp 14 tables 978-0-521-88493-8 Hardback £45.00 A 978-0-521-71191-3 Paperback £15.99 A

The Market and the Masses in Latin America

Comparative Politics

Policy Reform and Consumption in Liberalizing Economies Andy Baker | University of Colorado, Boulder

Baker’s study reveals that most Latin American citizens are enthusiastic about globalization because it has lowered the prices of many consumer goods and services. Citizens’ sharp awareness of these consumer consequences informs Baker’s argument that a new political economy of consumption has replaced a previously dominant politics of labour and class in Latin America. • Analyses new and rarely used survey data from eighteen Latin American countries over a two-decade span • Addresses topics including economics and impact of globalization, the rise of left-of-centre presidents in Latin America, the degree to which politicians can shape public opinion, and the relevance of social class to political cleavages in Latin America • Develops a new political economy theory of the role of consumer interests in shaping economic policy preferences and political cleavages Comparative politics | Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 256pp 33 line figures 21 tables 978-0-521-89968-0 Hardback c. £50.00 A New in Paperback

Voting for Autocracy Hegemonic Party Survival and its Demise in Mexico Beatriz Magaloni | Stanford University, California

Provides a theory of the logic of survival of the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI), one of the most resilient autocratic regimes in the twentieth century. The theory explains the logic of ‘electoral autocracies’, and is the only systematic treatment in the literature today dealing with this form of autocracy. • Provides a theory of autocratic elections and voting behavior under autocracy • Innovative analysis of the stability and demise of the Mexican PRI • Most complete analysis of the Mexican transition and the strategic interaction between elites and masses Comparative politics | Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics

October 2008 228 x 152 mm 312pp 27 tables 978-0-521-86247-9 Hardback £54.00 A 978-0-521-73659-6 Paperback £16.99 A

Rationality, Culture, and Structure Second edition Mark Irving Lichbach | University of Maryland, College Park

A completely revised second edition of the volume that guided scholars through the intellectual demands of comparative politics. Retaining a focus on the field’s research schools, it now addresses the pragmatics of causal research, offering a rigorous and exciting assessment of the past decade of scholarship in comparative politics. • Completely revised version of a very successful volume • A set of rigorous analyses of the current state of comparative politics • Authors are leading scholars in the field Comparative politics | Cambridge Studies in Comparative Politics

March 2009 234 x 156 mm 580pp 5 tables 978-0-521-88515-7 Hardback £45.00 978-0-521-71234-7 Paperback £16.99

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Religion, Class Coalitions, and Welfare States Edited by Kees van Kersbergen | Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam

This book explains why modern western welfare states come in three variants: a liberal-residual regime (Anglo-Saxon countries); a generous universalist, redistributive regime (Scandinavia); a generous, occupationally fragmented and non-redistributive regime (continental Europe). The presence or absence of religious conflicts which led to the formation of religious parties is a key factor in these different outcomes. • Radical revision of established knowledge in comparative welfare state studies based on a combination of country case studies and comparative accounts • Introduces a new perspective on why and how religion shaped modern social protection systems and gives a new comparative account of the formation of different welfare state regimes • Systematic inquiry into the role of the state–church conflict for social policy in advanced industrial societies Comparative politics | Cambridge Studies in Social Theory, Religion and Politics

May 2009 228 x 152 mm 320pp 1 line figure 4 tables 978-0-521-89791-4 Hardback c. £40.00 A 978-0-521-72395-4 Paperback c. £14.99 A


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Textbook

Media and Political Engagement

The Politics of Spain Richard Gunther | Ohio State University

Citizens, Communication and Democracy Peter Dahlgren | Lunds Universitet, Sweden

One of the most difficult problems facing Western democracy today is the decline in citizens’ political engagement. This book examines the media’s key role in shaping the character of civic engagement and its potential to shape and enhance political engagement, as well as create new forms of political involvement. • Transdisciplinary: relevant to media studies, political science, sociology, cultural studies, and journalism • Develops the analytic framework of civic cultures, which has already been picked up by researchers, based on author’s earlier papers • Widely relevant: engages with an extensive literature from several fields and addresses issues common to all the Western democracies Comparative politics | Communication, Society and Politics

March 2009 228 x 152 mm 248pp 978-0-521-82101-8 Hardback £40.00 978-0-521-52789-7 Paperback £15.99

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The Robust Federation

European government, politics, policy | Cambridge Textbooks in Comparative Politics

January 2009 247 x 174 mm 280pp 11 halftones 12 maps 26 tables 978-0-521-84333-1 Hardback c. £45.00 A 978-0-521-60400-0 Paperback c. £15.99 X

European Identity

Principles of Design Jenna Bednar | University of Michigan

The Robust Federation offers a comprehensive approach to the study of federalism. Jenna Bednar demonstrates how complementary institutions maintain and adjust the distribution of authority between national and state governments. These authority boundaries matter – for defense, economic growth, and adequate political representation – and must be defended from opportunistic transgression. • First example of historical theory of federalism, using institutional complementarity • Offers systems-based approach to constitutional design • Can be used in development studies, international and area studies, economics and growth as well as political science Comparative politics | Political Economy of Institutions and Decisions

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 256pp 10 tables 978-0-521-87899-9 Hardback £40.00 A 978-0-521-70396-3 Paperback £15.99 A

Local People’s Congresses in China

Edited by Jeffrey T. Checkel | Simon Fraser University, British Columbia

European economic integration has advanced faster and further than anyone could have predicted, yet hopes are fading for a single European identity. This ambitious study analyses the complex mosaic of competing visions and aspirations, and explores a Europe where concepts of community are multiplying and disintegrating simultaneously. • An all-star team of authors explore the politics of European identity from a range of perspectives • Examines how the recent EU enlargements into Eastern Europe have fundamentally changed European identity politics • Moves the study of European identity well beyond just the European Union and its institutions European government, politics, policy | Contemporary European Politics

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 298pp 13 tables 978-0-521-88301-6 Hardback c. £45.00 A 978-0-521-70953-8 Paperback c. £15.99 A

The Colonial American Origins of Modern Democratic Thought

Development and Transition Young Nam Cho | Seoul National University

Dismissing the outdated conclusion that Chinese local legislatures are nothing but ‘rubber stamps’, Cho’s in-depth research proves that they have strengthened lawmaking and supervisory roles and thereby become important political forces in local politics. Cho reveals how these legislatures have employed sophisticated development strategies in order to target their diverse political objectives. • Represents pioneering research on Chinese local people’s congresses at various levels • A comprehensive study of local people’s congresses covering their many and various roles and development strategies • Analyzes the implications of Chinese legislative development in terms of political institutionalization rather than democratization

Jason S. Maloy | Oklahoma State University

Maloy’s examination of seventeenth-century American political ideas concludes that the origins of distinctively modern democratic thinking can be located, not in eighteenth-century America and France, but in the tiny New England colonies in the previous century, and that the key idea was not electoral consent but rather non-electoral accountability. • Original interpretation of colonial American history and Protestant foundations of democratic thought • Recommends new institutions of democratic accountability in constitutions: local audits, impeachments of representatives, etc. • Critique of ‘deliberative democracy’ movement in political theory History of ideas

November 2008 216 x 138 mm 224pp 1 map 978-0-521-51438-5 Hardback £45.00 A

East Asian government, politics, policy

October 2008 228 x 152 mm 208pp 9 tables 978-0-521-51562-7 Hardback £45.00

A landmark textbook which examines the causes and conditions that explain modern Spain’s transition from authoritarianism to democracy. Written by two leading experts in the field, this is an indispensable guide for undergraduate students of Spanish politics, history, society and culture. • Places contemporary Spanish politics in historical context • Based on over three decades of research comprising in-depth interviews with over 300 key political leaders, analysis of dozens of national election surveys, rather than secondary sources • Features include boxes on supplementary arguments, concepts and historical events; highlighted key terms; and end of chapter summaries • Completely up-to-date; includes 2008 elections

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Auguste Comte

Political Ideology in the Arab World

An Intellectual Biography Volume 2 Mary Pickering | San José State University, California

Accommodation and Transformation Michaelle L. Browers | Wake Forest University, North Carolina

This volume explores the life and works of Auguste Comte from 1842 to 1857, the last and most controversial years of his career. Focusing on the Système de politique positive the author connects Comte’s intellectual development, especially his Religion of Humanity, to the historical context and to his personal life. • Examines the life and thought of Auguste Comte, the founder of positivism, sociology, the history of science, and the Religion of Humanity • Offers the first in-depth examination of his disciples and his political movement • Provides an analysis of one of the most famous couples in history, Comte and Clotilde de Vaux • It is an example of the ‘new biography’ because it places Comte’s life and works in their historical and discursive contexts History of ideas | Auguste Comte Intellectual Biography

March 2009 228 x 152 mm 1344pp 978-0-521-51325-8 Hardback c. £50.00

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Political Thought and History Essays on Theory and Method J.G.A. Pocock | The Johns Hopkins University

John Pocock is arguably the most influential historian of ideas of modern times. These essays are selected from a lifetime of thinking about political thought, and how we should study it in history. Together they constitute a collection that any serious student of politics and intellectual history needs to possess. • World famous author • Compiles the major methodological statements in political thought over the last 40 years • Pocock is a massively influential thinker in the field of the history of ideas and so this is a very important work History of ideas

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 320pp 978-0-521-88657-4 Hardback c. £45.00 978-0-521-71406-8 Paperback c. £15.99

History of ideas | Cambridge Middle East Studies, 31

June 2009 228 x 152 mm 225pp 978-0-521-76532-9 Hardback c. £45.00 978-0-521-74934-3 Paperback c. £17.99

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Wealth and Life Essays on the Intellectual History of Political Economy in Britain, 1848–1914 Donald Winch | University of Sussex

Studying those intellectual pursuits that have shaped the understanding of Britain as an industrial society and continue to influence cultural responses to the moral questions posed by economic life, Donald Winch addresses the ‘bitter argument between economists and human beings’ provoked by Britain’s industrial revolution. • Makes extensive use of unpublished archival material • Will appeal to readers with an interest in cultural, political, and economic history • Treats the subject from the unusual perspective of intellectual rather than doctrinal history History of ideas | Ideas in Context, 95

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 432pp 17 halftones 978-0-521-88753-3 Hardback c. £50.00 A 978-0-521-71539-3 Paperback c. £18.99 A

Neoclassical Realism, the State, and Foreign Policy Edited by Steven E. Lobell | University of Utah

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Union and Unionisms Political Thought in Scotland, 1500–2000 Colin Kidd | University of Glasgow

A major survey of Scotland’s dominant political ideology over the past three centuries by one of its leading historians. Colin Kidd engages with central themes in modern British history, tracing the history of Scottish unionist ideas from the sixteenth century onwards and focussing especially on the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. • Longer chronological sweep than any competing volume, surveying both early modern and modern periods • Broad range of subjects covered, including history, law, politics and divinity • Approaches questions of nationalism as well as unionism History of ideas

December 2008 216 x 138 mm 328pp 978-0-521-88057-2 Hardback £45.00 978-0-521-70680-3 Paperback £15.99

Discusses some of the most significant ideological debates that have animated the Arab world over the last two decades; from the ‘Arab age of ideology’, through an ‘age of ideological transformation’, demonstrating how the recent flow of ideas from one group to another have their roots in the past. • The first book to offer a systematic and comprehensive account of the cross-fertilisation of political ideologies in the Arab world • Surveys the recent development of main oppositional ideologies in the Arab region • Based on numerous interviews with political participants from different persuasions

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The first systematic survey of the neoclassical realist approach in international relations. It argues that variables such as international anarchy, the distribution of military capability, and international threats set parameters for state behaviour in the international system, but that the internal dynamics of states also explain different countries’ foreign policies. • The first definitive survey of neoclassical realism, a major new approach in international relations • Adopts a clearly articulated conception of the ‘state’ in order to explain foreign policy • Uses historical cases to account for the foreign policy of great powers (United States, China, Germany, France, United Kingdom, former Soviet Union, Japan) and second tier states (Canada, Egypt, Israel, Italy, Taiwan) International relations, international organisations

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 328pp 6 tables 978-0-521-51705-8 Hardback £45.00 978-0-521-73192-8 Paperback £17.99

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Politics, social theory, history of ideas

The Liberal Project and Human Rights

Small Arms Survey 2008

The Theory and Practice of a New World Order John Charvet | London School of Economics and Political Science

This volume argues that the United Nations regime on human rights is an attempt to realise the ‘Liberal Project’ on an international level. The authors provide an engaging analysis of the concept of liberalism, and identify it as a universal value that constitutes the very essence of human rights. • Provides a broad historical perspective in terms of both theory and practice • Contains a sustained and rigourous theoretical discussion of liberalism and the liberal character of the UN regime • A distinctive focus on the relationship between liberalism and nationalism, a subject that has received insufficient attention in other books on the subject International relations, international organisations

November 2008 228 x 152 mm 448pp 978-0-521-88314-6 Hardback £45.00 978-0-521-70959-0 Paperback £17.99

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Negotiation and the Global Information Economy J. P. Singh | Georgetown University, Washington DC

The first book to collectively analyze the role of diplomacy and negotiations in the global information economy. Using ten years of field research in every continent, J. P. Singh examines how and why power matters in some cases, while in others there is space for genuine problemsolving through multilateral diplomacy. • Examines the role of diplomacy and negotiations in economic globalization • The first book to analyze important information-age trade issues including the global services economy, intellectual property, cultural industries, telecommunications, electronic commerce, and Internet governance • Drawn from ten years of field research in every continent and in different academic disciplines including sociology, international relations, business, law, and communication International relations, international organisations

November 2008 228 x 152 mm 380pp 978-0-521-51531-3 Hardback £55.00 978-0-521-73108-9 Paperback £19.99

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Crime, War and Global Trafficking Designing International Cooperation Christine Jojarth | Stanford University, California

International trafficking is thriving. Combating it requires international institutions that strike the right balance between credible enforcement and flexible adjustment. Combining ideas from international law and economics, Jojarth explores this institutional design dilemma, focusing on four recent important cases: narcotics, money laundering, conflict diamonds and small arms. • Looks at how diverse illicit flows are interconnected and how war and crime are often intimately intertwined • Examines how different policy problems pose different challenges to international cooperation • Features four important case studies on narcotic drugs, money laundering, conflict diamonds, and small arms and light weapons International relations, international organisations

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 376pp 1 map 30 tables 978-0-521-88611-6 Hardback c. £50.00 A 978-0-521-71376-4 Paperback c. £18.99 A

Risk and Resilience Small Arms Survey, Geneva

The Small Arms Survey 2008 presents two themes. The first examines the problem of diversion in stockpiles, surplus disposal, international transfers, and end-user documentation with a case study on South Africa. The second analyses the public health approach to armed violence, scrutinizing risk and resilience factors and considering related interventions. • 2008 edition of the world’s only survey of arms manufacture, trafficking and use – combining the latest research with policy recommendations • Features case studies of arms diversion in South Africa and armed violence in El Savador and the United States • Richly illustrated throughout, including a comic strip on the ‘adventures of a would-be arms dealer’ International relations, international organisations | Small Arms Survey

July 2008 246 x 189 mm 320pp 67 halftones 4 maps 49 tables 978-0-521-88040-4 Hardback £45.00 A 978-0-521-70655-1 Paperback £17.99 A Textbook

The Environment and International Relations Kate O’Neill | University of California, Berkeley

An exciting new textbook enabling students to apply International Relations theory to the environmental challenges facing a complex international political system. The author describes the main actors in global environmental politics, and their roles in developing governance systems to address major environmental crises. • Represents a new and innovative theoretical framework to understand global environmental governance, enabling students to apply the tools of International Relations to environmental issues • Helps students to identify the main actors in global environmental politics and their roles in addressing the major crises facing the environment, and to gain a solid understanding of the core facts and theories • Provides an analytical approach, encouraging students to engage with the issues and to apply their own critical understanding International relations, international organisations | Themes in International Relations

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 280pp 978-0-521-84216-7 Hardback c. £45.00 978-0-521-60312-6 Paperback c. £15.99

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The Chinese Worker after Socialism William Hurst | University of Texas, Austin

Based on field research in nine cities across China, this fascinating study considers the fate of the 35 million workers laid off from the state-owned sector. The book explains why these lay-offs occurred, how workers are coping with unemployment, and what actions the state is taking to provide for them. • Most comprehensive single source on the problem of Chinese lay-offs • Based on research across nine cities spread between four major regions of China • An interdisciplinary approach for students of economics, politics, sociology and Chinese studies Political economy

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 216pp 1 map 4 tables 978-0-521-89887-4 Hardback c. £55.00 A

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The Politics of Uneven Development Thailand’s Economic Growth in Comparative Perspective Richard F. Doner | Emory University, Atlanta

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Tocqueville on America after 1840 Letters and Other Writings Edited and translated by Aurelian Craiutu | Indiana University, Bloomington

Why do some middle-income countries diversify their economies but fail to upgrade? Focusing on institutional capacities and political pressures, the book analyzes Thai development in comparison with both weaker and stronger competitors, revealing that the institutional capacities necessary for economic upgrades are political in origin. • Offers a political explanation for a puzzle that has been addressed only recently and mostly by economists • Addresses this question through a novel combination of approaches, including new institutional economics, developmental state, resource curse, global value chain, and veto player literatures • Empirical analysis: the book offers one, if not the only theoretically informed, comparative analysis of Thailand, a case of rapid growth but weak upgrading. It also provides unusually extensive comparative analysis of Thailand (over time and across three sectors – sugar, textiles, and autos) and of other country cases (e.g. Brazil, Philippines, Taiwan). The Thai analysis draws on almost 200 interviews conducted over ten years

Following the publication of the second volume of Democracy in America in 1840 until his death in 1859, Alexis de Tocqueville continued to monitor American political developments, expressing his thoughts through letters, articles, and speeches. Tocqueville on America after 1840 provides access to this neglected part of Tocqueville’s work, revealing his shift in thinking and growing disenchantment with America. • This is the only book to extensively cover the development of Tocqueville’s political thought on America after his seminal work, Democracy in America • Includes never before published materials as well as new translations of speeches, articles, and letters • Allows for a re-understanding of Democracy in America by revealing the development of Tocqueville’s ideas on America

Political economy

Political theory

March 2009 234 x 156 mm 344pp 13 line figures 25 tables 978-0-521-51612-9 Hardback c. £40.00 A 978-0-521-73611-4 Paperback c. £15.99 A

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 632pp 978-0-521-85955-4 Hardback c. £45.00 978-0-521-67683-0 Paperback c. £19.99

Conflict, Negotiation and European Union Enlargement

Wielding Asylum

Christina J. Schneider | Niehaus Center for Globalization and Governance, Princeton University, New Jersey

Why does the EU continue to expand despite fears from its existing members that their membership gains will be reduced? Christina J. Schneider argues that if the gains of enlargement are large enough, they can be redistributed from the winners to the relative losers, making enlargement attractive to everyone involved. • Offers an in-depth overview of existing literature on EU integration and enlargement • Features past enlargements, the formal enlargement process, and other information relevant for EU enlargement • Includes a combination of different methods: game-theory, quantitative analysis and case studies Political economy

December 2008 228 x 152 mm 232pp 22 tables 978-0-521-51481-1 Hardback £50.00 A

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Matthew Price | Harvard University, Massachusetts

Who should receive asylum? Traditionally, asylum has been limited to people fearing persecution, but should it be extended to those fleeing civil wars, severe poverty, and other serious harm? Matthew Price defends the focus on persecution, arguing that granting asylum expresses political values by condemning states for mistreating their citizens. • A provocative answer to the question of who should be eligible for asylum • Argues that asylum’s value lies in expressing condemnation for serious human rights violations, and allows states to show their condemnation of other states • Will appeal to a diverse readership including political scientists, political philosophers and legal academics as well as lawyers practising in immigration/refugee law, human rights professionals and lay readers interested in refugees, immigration and human rights Political theory

May 2009 228 x 152 mm 296pp 978-0-521-88116-6 Hardback c. £45.00 978-0-521-70747-3 Paperback c. £17.99

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Land, Conflict, and Justice A Political Theory of Territory Avery Kolers | University of Louisville, Kentucky

Can territorial disputes be resolved fairly? This groundbreaking book argues that they can, through attention to ways in which people interact with land. The author offers a new theory of territory linking political legitimacy and environmental stewardship, and provides a novel application of his ideas to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. • Applies a new theory to real-world cases such as the Israeli-Palestinian dispute and indigenous rights cases • Features extended critical discussion of major theories of global justice, including cosmopolitanism and liberal nationalism • Includes maps and figures to illustrate discussions and proposals Political theory

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 240pp 11 maps 978-0-521-51677-8 Hardback c. £50.00 A


Politics, social theory, history of ideas

Weber, Habermas and Transformations of the European State

Counter-Democracy Politics in an Age of Distrust Pierre Rosanvallon | Collège de France, Paris

Constitutional, Social, and Supra-National Democracy John P. McCormick | University of Chicago

This book draws on the writings of Max Weber and Jürgen Habermas to trace the relationship of law and democracy in three configurations of the European state: the liberal state (or Rechtsstaat), the welfare state (Sozialstaat), and the emerging supranational polity, the Sektoralstaat, represented by the European Union. • The only intensive study of Habermas on the European Union • Offers a novel model of constitutional and social democracy in the EU • Original cross-comparison of Weber and Habermas Political theory

June 2007 228 x 152 mm 318pp 978-0-521-81140-8 Hardback £53.00 978-0-521-74363-1 Paperback c. £15.99

Political theory | The Seeley Lectures, 7

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November 2008 216 x 138 mm 352pp 978-0-521-88622-2 Hardback £40.00 978-0-521-71383-2 Paperback £14.99

John Rawls An Introduction Percy B. Lehning | Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam

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An introduction to the American political philosopher, John Rawls, outlining why he is generally acknowledged as one of the most influential political philosophers of the twentieth century. Percy B. Lehning explains how Rawls’ ideas on justice have influenced the theory of government and play a role in public political debates. • An accessible introduction to the political theory of John Rawls, one of the twentieth century’s greatest philosophers • The first book to encompass Rawls’ entire work – from his first publication in 1951 to his final ones, some fifty years later • Demonstrates how and why Rawls’ work can be considered to be one consistent and coherent body Political theory

May 2009 228 x 152 mm 304pp 978-0-521-89903-1 Hardback c. £45.00 978-0-521-72769-3 Paperback c. £15.99

Democracy has been established as an uncontested ideal while regimes inspired by this form of government now fall under constant criticism. Hence, the steady erosion of confidence in representatives has become a major political phenomenon. Counter-Democracy offers a unique perspective on the unsettled and confusing state of world politics today. • Offers a provocative perspective on the state of contemporary global politics • The Seeley Lectures is an established series publishing the best in contemporary political thought • Pierre Rosanvallon is a world-renowned political theorist and the translator, Arthur Goldhammer, is the most eminent French translator working in the social sciences

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The Fundamentals of Political Science Research Paul M. Kellstedt | Texas A & M University

The Fundamentals of Political Science Research provides an introduction to the scientific study of politics, presenting a series of strategies and developing an integrated approach to research design and empirical analysis that supplies students with the basic tools needed to be both critical consumers and producers of scholarly research in political science. • Makes technical material accessible to students who might otherwise be intimidated by mathematical concepts • Utilizes examples from political science research that students will find interesting and inspiring • Provides an emphasis throughout on assessing causal claims

Rejecting Rights

Research Methods in Politics

Sonu Bedi | Dartmouth College, New Hampshire

February 2009 253 x 215 mm 304pp 49 line figures 2 halftones 38 tables 978-0-521-87517-2 Hardback c. £55.00 A 978-0-521-69788-0 Paperback c. £36.00 X

This provocative study challenges the concept of rights, arguing that they jeopardize liberty and undermine democratic debate. Deftly employing political theory and constitutional law to state its case, it radically rethinks the relationship between liberty and democracy. Essential reading for scholars and students of political and legal philosophy. • Evaluates a variety of current and controversial issues, from same-sex marriage to affirmative action • In-depth analyses of cases settled by the United States Supreme Court put theory into practice • Proposes a groundbreaking new theory of limited government Political theory | Contemporary Political Theory

March 2009 228 x 152 mm 232pp 978-0-521-51828-4 Hardback c. £45.00 978-0-521-73215-4 Paperback c. £15.99

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Fichte: Addresses to the German Nation Edited by Gregory Moore | University of St Andrews, Scotland

Fichte’s account of the distinctiveness of the German people and his belief in the native superiority of its culture helped to shape German national identity throughout the nineteenth century and beyond. With an extensive contextualising introduction, this edition brings an important and seminal work to a modern readership. • Selection of key writings, with introduction, notes and chronology aimed at students • Fichte is the second most important 19th-century German political theorist after Marx • Moore is a leading scholar in the field Texts in political thought | Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought

December 2008 216 x 138 mm 256pp 978-0-521-44404-0 Hardback £45.00 978-0-521-44873-4 Paperback £15.99

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Economics, business studies

Economics, business studies Economic Development and Transition Thought, Strategy, and Viability Justin Yifu Lin | Peking University, Beijing

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With only a few exceptions in East Asia, most developing and transitional countries have failed to exploit their economic potential. Renowned development economist Justin Yifu Lin argues that the success or failure of development strategies depends largely on the role of governments. • Written by China’s most respected economist who has recently been appointed as Chief Economist of the World Bank • Explains why developing countries have failed to realise their economic potential and shows how we can address this problem • Contains a succinct yet comprehensive literature review allowing readers to understand important issues and concepts in contemporary development theory

Humanism in Business Edited by Heiko Spitzeck | Universität St Gallen, Switzerland

There are many books about business and society, yet very few of them question the primacy of GDP growth, profit maximization and individual utility maximization. This groundbreaking book questions these assumptions and investigates the possibility of creating a human-centered, value-oriented society based on humanistic principles. • The first book to address the issue of humanism and business • Written by an international team of academics and practitioners, including two Nobel prize winners (Amartya Sen, Muhammad Yunus) • Lays out a common research agenda for future work on humanism and business Economic history of thought

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 480pp 4 tables 978-0-521-89893-5 Hardback c. £60.00 978-0-521-72762-4 Paperback c. £23.99

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Development, economic growth

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 184pp 7 tables 978-0-521-51452-1 Hardback c. £38.00 A 978-0-521-73551-3 Paperback c. £13.50 A

Input-Output Analysis Foundations and Extensions Second edition Ronald E. Miller | University of Pennsylvania

The new edition of this classic textbook is an essential reference for students and scholars in the input-output research and applications community. New topics covered include SAMs (and extended inputoutput models) and their connection to input-output data, structural decomposition analysis (SDA), multiplier decompositions, identifying important coefficients, and international input-output models. • Can be used both as a textbook for advanced undergraduate and graduate students, and as a desk reference for academics and practitioners • Includes both national and regional applications meaning that readers can learn about applying input-output analysis in a variety of geographic settings • Use of real-world examples makes complex concepts more understandable by explaining them in appropriate contexts Econometrics, statistics

May 2009 247 x 174 mm 153 tables 978-0-521-51713-3 Hardback c. £80.00 978-0-521-73902-3 Paperback c. £40.00

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Running Regressions A Practical Guide to Quantitative Research in Economics, Finance and Development Studies Michelle C. Baddeley | University of Cambridge

Introduces first-year social science undergraduates, particularly those studying economics and business, to the practical aspects of simple regression analysis, without adopting an esoteric, mathematical approach. • Shows students how to combine economic theory and practical econometrics in a range of topical, real world settings • Covers a variety of contemporary issues including housing, health expenditure, global poverty, technology and tourism • Each chapter includes revision exercises to enable students to monitor their understanding and suggestions for further reading Econometrics, statistics

April 2009 247 x 174 mm 320pp 34 tables 978-0-521-84211-2 Hardback c. £60.00 978-0-521-60308-9 Paperback c. £23.99

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Cambridge Handbook of Culture, Organizations, and Work Edited by Rabi S. Bhagat | University of Memphis

As political, legal, and economic barriers are receding, cultural barriers emerge as a principal challenge to organizational survival and success. This handbook reviews, analyses, and integrates available theory and research to give the best information possible concerning the role of culture and cultural differences in organizational dynamics. • Comprehensive study of the influence of national cultural differences on organizational processes • Includes cutting-edge research and theoretical insights from leading scholars around the world • Essential reference work for researchers and students in cross-cultural organizational studies Economic history of thought

May 2009 247 x 174 mm 560pp 47 tables 978-0-521-87742-8 Hardback c. £75.00

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Power and Interdependence in Organizations Edited by Dean Tjosvold | Lingnan University, Hong Kong

Capitalizing on significant developments in social science over the past twenty years, this book explores both the positive and negative aspects of power, identifying opportunities and threats. It shows how managers and employees can manage power in order to make it a constructive force in organizations. • Shows how managers and employees can manage power as a constructive force in organizations • Features contributions from an international team of academics providing a broad perspective on the role of power in organizations • Written in a scholarly yet accessible fashion allowing readers to easily develop an understanding of the subject Economic history of thought | Cambridge Companions to Management

March 2009 228 x 152 mm 424pp 6 tables 978-0-521-87859-3 Hardback c. £60.00 978-0-521-70328-4 Paperback c. £21.99

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Economics, business studies

The Methodology of Positive Economics

Entrepreneurship, Growth, and Public Policy

Edited by Uskali Maki | Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam

Edited by David B. Audretsch | Indiana University, Bloomington

Milton Friedman’s 1953 essay ‘The methodology of positive economics’ remains the most cited, influential, and controversial piece of methodological writing in twentieth-century economics. In this book, a team of world-renowned experts in the methodology of economics assess the impact and significance of Friedman’s seminal work. • First book-length analysis of one of the most important essays in the history of economic methodology • Chapters written from a variety of different perspectives allowing readers to form their own opinion about the significance and impact of the work • Written by a team of world-renowned experts on the methodology of economics

Economics (general)

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 320pp 27 line figures 21 tables 978-0-521-89492-0 Hardback c. £40.00 A

Economic theory

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 400pp 978-0-521-86701-6 Hardback c. £65.00 978-0-521-68686-0 Paperback c. £25.99

The purpose of this volume is to provide a lens through which public policy decisions involving entrepreneurship can be guided and analyzed. In particular, this volume provides insights from leading research concerning the links between entrepreneurship, innovation, and economic growth that shed light on implications for public policy. • Most up-to-date academic book on entrepreneurship, growth, and public policy • Celebrated contributors include Nobel laureates Paul Samuelson, Robert Solow and Edmund Phelps • Highly accessible essays identify what encourages growth and what holds it back

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Markets, Money and Capital Hicksian Economics for the Twenty First Century Edited by Roberto Scazzieri | Università degli Studi, Bologna, Italy

Sir John Hicks was one of the leading economic theorists of the twentieth century, jointly winning the Nobel Prize for his work in 1972. This volume addresses Hicks’s intellectual heritage and discusses how his ideas suggest a distinct approach to economic theory and policy making. • Provides the first comprehensive assessment of the lifework of one of the most influential economists of the twentieth century • Discusses areas in which Hicks’s ideas suggest a distinct approach to economic theory and policy • An authoritative volume written by those who knew him best – his former colleagues and pupils Economic theory

December 2008 228 x 152 mm 472pp 5 tables 978-0-521-87321-5 Hardback £55.00 A New in Paperback

Economic Theory and Global Warming Hirofumi Uzawa | University of Tokyo

In this book, Professor Uzawa modifies and extends the theoretical premises of orthodox economic theory to those sufficiently broad enough to be capable of analyzing the phenomena related to environmental disequilibrium, particularly global warming, and of finding institutional arrangements and policy measures that may bring about a more optimal state where natural and institutional components are harmoniously blended. • Author is one of the leading economic theorists of past 40 years • Known recently for role in global warming, here extends economic theory to cover the phenomenon and how to address it • For upper-level undergraduates and above; analysis balances theory, institutions, and policy

Insights into Game Theory An Alternative Mathematical Experience Ein-Ya Gura | Hebrew University of Jerusalem

The mathematical complexity of game theory is often very intimidating for students who have only a basic understanding of mathematics. Insights into Game Theory addresses this problem by providing students with an understanding of the key concepts and ideas of game theory without using formal mathematical notation. • An innovative, non-technical introduction to key topics in game theory • Suitable for readers with only a basic understanding of mathematics • End-of-chapter exercises enable students to monitor progress and understanding of key concepts Economics (general)

November 2008 228 x 152 mm 250pp 87 line figures 978-0-521-87422-9 Hardback £40.00 A 978-0-521-69692-0 Paperback £14.99 A

The Romantic Economist Imagination in Economics Richard Bronk | London School of Economics and Political Science

Since economies are dynamic processes driven by creativity, social norms, and emotions as well as rational calculation, why do economists largely study them using static equilibrium models and narrow rationalistic assumptions? Bronk argues that economists should look for new techniques in Romantic poetry and philosophy. • Written with the minimum of jargon and with the assumption of little prior knowledge • Written in modular style: chapters act as stand-alone introductions to different areas in the history of ideas and economic methodology • Provides guidance for how new, more Romantic, assumptions and models can be integrated into research practice, as well as examples from practising economists and political scientists of how this can work Economics (general)

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 408pp 978-0-521-51384-5 Hardback c. £45.00 978-0-521-73515-5 Paperback c. £17.99

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Economics (general)

December 2008 228 x 152 mm 292pp 978-0-521-82386-9 Hardback £48.00 978-0-521-06659-4 Paperback £16.99

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Arab Economies in the Twenty-First Century

A World of Chance Betting on Religion, Games, Wall Street Reuven Brenner | McGill University, Montréal

Paul Rivlin | Tel-Aviv University

This book examines the relationship between demographic and economic development in Arab countries and asks why this imbalance has continued so long. It examines historic explanations for its economic failures, some of which are quite controversial. • Compares economic performance in Arab states and between Arab states and other regions of the world • Uses new literature in economics and history to explain the region’s failures • Author has written 3 previous books on the region Economics (general)

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March 2009 228 x 152 mm 328pp 32 line figures 62 tables 978-0-521-89500-2 Hardback c. £40.00 A 978-0-521-71923-0 Paperback c. £14.99 A New in Paperback

Economic Analysis of Social Common Capital

Economics (general)

November 2008 228 x 152 mm 352pp 6 tables 978-0-521-88466-2 Hardback £45.00 A 978-0-521-71157-9 Paperback £16.99 A

Reforming the World Bank

Hirofumi Uzawa | Doshisha University, Kyoto

This book introduces an analytical framework in which economic implications of social common capital are fully examined and explore the conditions under which the intertemporal allocation of scarce resources, including both social common capital and private capital, is dynamically optimum or sustainable from the social point of view. • Japan’s senior internationally known economic theorist summarizes his work on the topic developed over 30 years • Covers both theoretical analysis and empirical applications • Extends intertemporal framework to investigate global sustainability Economics (general)

November 2008 228 x 152 mm 400pp 978-0-521-84788-9 Hardback £48.00 978-0-521-06649-5 Paperback £16.99

A World of Chance shows how some societies created more chances for their members than others and, as a result, prospered. The book looks at events through the prism of risk-taking, games of chance, futures, and financial markets, and how religion, politics, and finance interacted to bring about the situation societies find themselves in today. • Presents Brenner and co-authors’ unique view of how gambling, investing, and financial markets have evolved (and partly stayed the same) over time • Also anticipates likely future conditions of investing societies • Writing is highly accessible, nearly all statistics in appendices

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Mission and Money Understanding the University Burton A. Weisbrod | Northwestern University, Illinois

Mission and Money goes beyond the common focus on elite universities and examines the entire higher education industry. It presents original research on revenue sources from tuition, donations, research, patents, endowments, and other activities. It considers lobbying, distance education, and the world market, as well as advertising, branding, and reputation. • Most complete assessments of universities’ revenue raising and expenditures. Who benefits from this and who loses? • Author Weisbrod is the leading U.S. student of the nonprofit economy • Includes important assessments of profitability of college athletics, branding, distance education, lobbying, reputational effects Economics (general)

October 2008 228 x 152 mm 360pp 22 tables 978-0-521-51510-8 Hardback £20.00 A

Twenty Years of Trial – and Error David A. Phillips

This book looks at the World Bank as an organization and asks whether twenty years of costly reforms have improved its efficiency and effectiveness in delivering economic assistance. It considers organization and reorganization within the bank as well as the management of development assistance. • The first serious critical look at the World Bank’s actual organization over the last 2 decades • Reviews the Paul Wolfowitz resignation and its determinants • Shows why the US must reform its approach to world institutions if it wishes to retain influence over them Economics (general)

May 2009 228 x 152 mm 288pp 978-0-521-88305-4 Hardback c. £30.00

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Price and Quantity Index Numbers Models for Measuring Aggregate Change and Difference Bert Balk | Statistics Netherlands and Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam

The first comprehensive text on index number theory since Irving Fisher’s 1922 The Making of Index Numbers. The book covers intertemporal and interspatial comparisons; ratio- and differencetype measures; discrete and continuous time environments; and upper- and lower-level indices. Guided by economic insights, this book develops the instrumental or axiomatic approach. • Comprehensive text on the mathematics of index numbers by one of the world’s leading authorities on the subject • The book will be appealing to academics as it is not limited by behavioural assumptions • Offers numerous new analytical and historical details Economics (general)

October 2008 228 x 152 mm 300pp 978-0-521-88907-0 Hardback £48.00

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New in Paperback

Monetary Theory and Bretton Woods The Construction of an International Monetary Order Filippo Cesarano | Bank of Italy, Rome

The transformations of the international monetary system after World War I culminated in the transition from gold-based money to inconvertible paper money half-century later. This book argues that advances in monetary theory played a decisive role in these events and, particularly, in the Bretton Woods Agreements of July 1944. • Major reinterpretation of topic of perennial interest • Author is internationally known for this topic • Based on primary and secondary sources Economics (general) | Historical Perspectives on Modern Economics

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 262pp 978-0-521-86759-7 Hardback £54.00 978-0-521-73909-2 Paperback £16.99

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Russia Since 1980 Steven R. Rosefielde | University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill

Russia Since 1980 recounts the epochal political, economic, and social changes that destroyed the Soviet Union, ushering in a perplexing new order. Two decades after Mikhail Gorbachev initiated his regime-wrecking radical reforms, Russia has reemerged as a superpower. Russia will continue challenging the West until it breaks with its cultural legacy. • Authors are two of US and Europe’s leading experts on Russia • Provides a thorough look at the empty rhetoric of Russia’s constitutional reality of suppressed democracy and massive rearmament • Designed for both general readers on Russia and for undergraduate students Economics (general) | The World Since 1980

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 368pp 26 tables 978-0-521-84913-5 Hardback £45.00 A 978-0-521-61384-2 Paperback £14.99 A

Why We Disagree About Climate Change Understanding Controversy, Inaction and Opportunity Mike Hulme | University of East Anglia

Mike Hulme provides a unique insider’s account of climate change and the diverse ways in which it is understood. He uses different standpoints from science, economics, faith, psychology, communication, sociology, politics and development to explain why we disagree about this important phenomenon. • Examines climate change from many different disciplinary perspectives to help the reader develop a more comprehensive understanding of what climate change is and what it means to us • Provides a unique insider perspective from one of the leading figures in the UK climate change community • Each chapter contains case studies drawn from around the world as well as suggestions for further reading Environmental economics

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 300pp 2 halftones 1 table 978-0-521-89869-0 Hardback c. £45.00 A 978-0-521-72732-7 Paperback c. £15.99 A

RATS Handbook to Accompany Introductory Econometrics for Finance Chris Brooks | City University, London

Written to complement the second edition of best-selling textbook Introductory Econometrics for Finance, this book provides a comprehensive introduction to the use of the Regression Analysis of Time Series (RATS) software for modelling in finance and beyond. • Provides instructions for writing RATS code with detailed annotation allowing readers to follow commands and modify them to apply to their own data and research questions • Screen captures show how to use menus and fill in wizards • Includes detailed discussions of outputs from the RATS package giving readers the knowledge and confidence to interpret their own results Finance, accountancy

November 2008 246 x 189 mm 214pp 11 halftones 978-0-521-89695-5 Hardback £55.00 A 978-0-521-72168-4 Paperback £19.99 X Textbook

Financial Products An Introduction using Mathematics and Excel Bill Dalton

Financial Products provides a step-by-step guide to some of the most important ideas in financial mathematics, including options, future contracts, bonds and derivatives. Its accessible approach makes it an ideal introduction to financial products for undergraduates and those studying for professional financial qualifications. • Suitable for undergraduate students on introductory finance courses, as well as professionals qualifying for exams • Interactive approach using Excel spreadsheets encourages the reader to try calculations for themselves and to learn by investigation • Uses examples from everyday life to show the purpose and relevance of financial products Finance, accountancy

October 2008 247 x 174 mm 408pp 189 line figures 4 tables 8 exercises 978-0-521-86358-2 Hardback £60.00 A 978-0-521-68222-0 Paperback £23.99 X New in Paperback

Financial Derivatives Pricing, Applications, and Mathematics Jamil Baz | PIMCO Europe, Ltd. London

A graduate level manual on the pricing of financial derivatives. It allows the reader with basic knowledge of finance, calculus, and probability and statistics to understand the most powerful tools in applied finance. The three-fold focus is on equity derivatives, interest rate markets, and the mathematics of pricing. • Succinct but complete overview of financial derivatives, hot topic in financial theory and practice • Walks readers from the basic concepts to their modeling and application, serving as a perfect manual for beginners and professionals • Authors well known both in US and Europe; treatment balances theory and real analysis Finance, accountancy

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 350pp 67 line figures 8 tables 978-0-521-81510-9 Hardback £40.00 A 978-0-521-06679-2 Paperback £16.99 A

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New in Paperback

Risk Management for Central Banks and Other Public Investors

Internet and Digital Economics Principles, Methods and Applications Edited by Eric Brousseau | Université de Paris X

Edited by Ulrich Bindseil | European Central Bank, Frankfurt

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The turmoil caused by problems in the American mortgage market has served as an important reminder of the interdependency of global financial institutions. This book presents a survey of the fundamental issues surrounding risk management and shows how central banks and other public investors can create better risk management systems. • Written by a team of risk management experts from the European Central Bank reflecting practical experience of one of the world’s leading central banks • Provides comprehensive coverage of challenges in risk management and presents a variety of possible solutions • Covers both investment and monetary policy operations of central banks Finance, accountancy

January 2009 247 x 174 mm 552pp 54 tables 978-0-521-51856-7 Hardback £75.00 A Textbook

The Microstructure of Financial Markets Frank de Jong | Universiteit van Tilburg

The first graduate level textbook to cover the theory and empirics of the emerging sub-discipline of financial market microstructure. With numerous end-of-chapter exercises and a companion website, the book is ideally suited for students taking graduate courses in finance as well as being a useful reference for practitioners. • Up-to-date coverage of a dynamic area of research combining both the theory and empirics of market microstructure • Introduces students to the most important models and shows how they can be applied • Includes numerous exercises and solutions with downloadable data to allow hands-on application Finance, accountancy

May 2009 247 x 174 mm 240pp 1 halftone 17 tables 978-0-521-86784-9 Hardback c. £45.00 A 978-0-521-68727-0 Paperback c. £19.99 X

Industrial economics

August 2008 228 x 152 mm 822pp 24 tables 978-0-521-85591-4 Hardback £116.00 A 978-0-521-67184-2 Paperback £35.00 A

Experiments and Competition Policy Edited by Jeroen Hinloopen | Universiteit van Amsterdam

Over the last decade, economists have been making much greater use of experimental methods in their research. This collection surveys these methods and shows how they can help us to understand firm behaviour in relation to various forms of competition policy. • Covers all aspects of competition policy, including auction design • Shows how the results of economic experiments can be applied to real-world policy settings • Includes original experiments reporting new laboratory data Industrial economics

March 2009 228 x 152 mm 344pp 35 tables 978-0-521-49342-0 Hardback c. £55.00

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European Financial Markets and Institutions

New in Paperback

Islamic Finance

Jakob de Haan | Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, The Netherlands

Law, Economics, and Practice Mahmoud A. El-Gamal | Rice University, Houston

This book provides an overview of the practice of Islamic finance and the historical roots that define its modes of operation. The focus of the book is analytical and forward-looking. It shows that Islamic finance exists mainly as a form of rentseeking legal-arbitrage. • Accessible analytical exposition by internationally renowned author on Islamic financial practices and its historical, religious and legal roots • Focuses on economic substance rather than religious and historical forms • Studies religious injunctions as regulatory mechanisms, in the tradition of ‘law and economics’ Finance, accountancy

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 240pp 3 tables 978-0-521-86414-5 Hardback £40.00 978-0-521-74126-2 Paperback £16.99

How are our societies being transformed by internet and digital economics? This book provides an accessible introduction to the economics of the internet and a comprehensive account of the key mechanisms and future directions of the digital economy. • Provides the reader with an in-depth understanding of the economics of digital networks • Examines the growth of digital industries and current trends in their development • Outlines new ways of thinking about the phenomena underlying the information revolution

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Written for undergraduate and graduate students of finance, economics and business, this textbook provides a fresh analysis of the European financial system. Combining theory, empirical data and policy, it examines and explains financial markets, financial infrastructures, financial institutions, and challenges in the domain of financial supervision and competition policy. • Clear signposting and presentation of text with learning objectives, boxes for key concepts and theories, end-of-chapter summaries and suggestions for further reading • Uses up-to-date European data throughout • Full coverage of financial system – markets, infrastructure and institutions International economics

February 2009 247 x 174 mm 448pp 58 tables 978-0-521-88299-6 Hardback c. £65.00 A 978-0-521-70952-1 Paperback c. £27.99 X


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The New Introduction to Geographical Economics Second edition Steven Brakman | Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, The Netherlands

Geographical economics starts from the observation that economic activity is clearly not randomly distributed across space. This revised and updated introduction to geographical economics uses the modern tools of economic theory to explain the who, why and where of the location of economic activity. • Revised and updated edition of a successful introduction to geographical economics • Includes extensive use of examples, computer simulations and figures to explain models • End-of-chapter exercises allow readers to monitor their progress International economics

March 2009 247 x 174 mm 536pp 17 maps 58 tables 978-0-521-87532-5 Hardback c. £75.00 A 978-0-521-69803-0 Paperback c. £35.00 X

The Origin and Development of Financial Markets and Institutions From the Seventeenth Century to the Present Edited by Jeremy Atack | Vanderbilt University, Tennessee

Finance has proved to be one of the most important causal factors in economic performance. In a series of original essays, leading historians examine how financial innovations from the seventeenth century to the present have challenged established institutional arrangements, forcing change and adaptation by governments, financial intermediaries, and financial markets. • Original essays by leading experts reflect the current state of economic thinking on a topic of vital importance to national and global economic performance • A variety of international case studies show the diversity of experiences and the difficulty of adapting to change swiftly • Extensive list of sources provided by each author serves as a starting point for further research Macroeconomics

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 496pp 45 tables 978-0-521-89517-0 Hardback c. £60.00 A

Public Economics and the Household Patricia Apps | University of Sydney

Economic models in much of the public economics literature have been slow to reflect the significant changes towards double-income households throughout the developed world. This graduatelevel text shows how we can develop a more sophisticated model of household economics that allows for multiple income earners and shared decision-making. • Makes recent literature on household economics, labour supply and taxation accessible to graduate students • Strong emphasis on empirical evidence with innovative diagrams representing effective average and marginal tax rates of four realworld tax systems • New approach to modelling household behaviour provides important new directions for future research

Law The Unauthorised Agent Perspectives from European and Comparative Law Edited by Danny Busch | De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek, Amsterdam

Adopting a comparative perspective, this book considers the legal situation created when an agent acts without authority. With reference to several European legal systems, South Africa and the United States, it also takes into account the Principles of European Contract Law and the UNIDROIT Principles of International Commercial Contracts 2004. • Sheds light on the under-researched area of agency law • Comparative perspective deepens reader’s knowledge of the subject and makes the book accessible to a wide variety of people • Compares and analyses information from different national systems Comparative Law

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 526pp 978-0-521-86388-9 Hardback c. £65.00

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Constitutional Rights in Two Worlds South Africa and the United States Mark Kende | Drake University, Iowa

This book examines the South African Constitutional Court’s first 15 years to determine how it managed to issue some of the world’s most innovative human rights decisions. It also compares the South African rulings with those from the U.S. Supreme Court. The book concludes that the Supreme Court could learn some valuable lessons from the Constitutional Court’s transformative yet pragmatic approach to difficult human rights questions. • This is the first book to compare leading South African Constitutional Court rights decisions with their American counterparts in some detail • Provides an original examination of South African Courts’ development of a truly African approach to constitutional rights • The first book to provide background on the Constitutional Court’s Justices and about how they approached the transition from an Apartheid judiciary to the judiciary in a multi-racial democracy Comparative Law

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 300pp 978-0-521-87904-0 Hardback c. £35.00

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The Legitimacy of Highest Courts’ Rulings Judicial Deliberations and Beyond Edited by Nick Huls | Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam

In Judicial Deliberations: A Comparative Analysis of Judicial Transparency and Legitimacy (2004), Mitchel Lasser reiterated the strengths of the French cassation system. Using Lasser’s approach and ideas as a starting point, judges from the French, Belgian and Dutch Cassation Courts reflect on the challenges that their Courts are facing. • Comparative perspective gives an update of the international debate on the position of highest courts • Top judges and academics improve knowledge about how the highest courts function in reality • Offers a new perspective in the USA-versus-Europe debate, making this an important contribution to the field of comparative law Comparative Law

January 2009 245 x 160 mm 450pp 978-90-6704-289-5 Hardback c. £70.00

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Microeconomics

February 2009 247 x 174 mm 312pp 16 tables 978-0-521-88787-8 Hardback c. £65.00 A 978-0-521-71628-4 Paperback c. £25.99 A

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The Fate of Young Democracies

Corporate Insolvency Law

Ethan B. Kapstein | INSEAD School of Business, Fontainebleau

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Kapstein and Converse make use of a unique data base of all democratizations since 1960 to explore the reasons for backsliding and reversal in the world’s fledgling democracies. Unlike an earlier generation of scholarship, Kapstein and Converse find that the core of the problem lies with poor institutional design. • A unique data base of all democratizations between 1960–2004 • A unique use of descriptive statistics, clearly explained regression analysis, and case studies to make the arguments • A sharp focus on issues that are relevant to both academic and policy audiences Comparative Law

November 2008 228 x 152 mm 212pp 20 tables 978-0-521-49423-6 Hardback £55.00 A 978-0-521-73262-8 Paperback £16.99 A

The Constitution of a Federal Commonwealth

This second edition takes into account the changes that have recently reshaped insolvency law and practice, and proposes a new framework designed to help insolvency law develop with coherence and purpose. It will appeal to academics, insolvency professionals and students at advanced undergraduate as well as graduate level. • Links theory and practice whilst offering a critical approach that challenges conceptual underpinnings and draws on disciplines beyond the law • A substantially revised edition that takes on board the latest legal changes in law and practice, for example the Enterprise Act 2002 on corporate rescue • Examines the shifting boundaries of formal and informal corporate insolvency processes and the changes in the provision and trading of credit, e.g. the pre-packaged administration and the ‘fragmentation’ of credit Corporate Law, Commercial Law, Company Law

The Making and Meaning of the Australian Constitution Nicholas Aroney | University of Queensland

Australia is a federation which came into being in 1901 under the terms of the Australian Constitution. Nicholas Aroney describes how ideas about federalism influenced those who drafted the Constitution, shows how those ideas were eventually embodied in the document and explains the nature of the Australian federal system. • Deals separately with historical, political and legal issues, thus enabling historians, political scientists and lawyers to focus upon those aspects of the book that are of most relevance • Includes a thorough index and table of statutes and cases, enabling the book to be used as a reference work • Includes an extensive bibliography, enabling readers to use the book for further research Constitutional and Administrative Law, Public Law.

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 424pp 978-0-521-88864-6 Hardback c. £65.00 978-0-521-71689-5 Paperback c. £27.99

Perspectives and Principles Second edition Vanessa Finch | London School of Economics and Political Science

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May 2009 228 x 152 mm 912pp 978-0-521-87810-4 Hardback c. £110.00 978-0-521-70182-2 Paperback c. £45.00

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Private Company Law Reform International and European Perspectives Edited by Joseph A. McCahery | Universiteit van Amsterdam

This assessment of the legal reforms taking place in the principal European jurisdictions, the United States and Asia examines the factors leading to the rise of the new unincorporated entities in the US and Asia and explores how private company law forms can be adapted to meet firms’ needs. • Diverse, non-technical chapters make the topic easy to understand • Analyses key legal reforms undertaken recently in private law across Europe, US and Asia, making the book useful for students and lawyers in many countries • Solid economic testing of the economic benefits of private company law innovations shows students and academics the link between company law reforms and economic welfare Corporate Law, Commercial Law, Company Law

January 2009 245 x 165 mm 300pp 978-90-6704-251-2 Hardback c. £48.00

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The MiFID Revolution Jean-Pierre Casey | Barclays Bank, London

MiFID will fundamentally alter the structure of European securities markets, in a way that possibly no other EU regulation has done so far. With an in-depth understanding of this new EU directive, this handbook looks at the different aspects and implications of the different business lines in financial markets. • An invaluable handbook for practitioners, regulators and students who wish to gain an in-depth understanding of this new EU directive • The first book to analyse the long-term strategic implications associated with MiFID • Written by leading experts working at the forefront of this field Corporate Law, Commercial Law, Company Law

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 200pp 978-0-521-51863-5 Hardback c. £75.00

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Perspectives in Company Law and Financial Regulation

Accounting Principles for Non-Executive Directors

Edited by Michel Tison | Universiteit Gent, Belgium

Peter A. Holgate

This collection of essays has been compiled in honour of Professor Eddy Wymeersch on his retirement as professor at Ghent University. Together they offer a unique view on how financial integration and economic globalisation influence the design and enforcement of company law and financial regulation in various jurisdictions. • Reflects on techniques of designing and enforcing rules in global capital markets • Explores the interplay of company law and capital market regulation in Europe and the US • Allows readers to understand and assess the impact of regulatory competition within Europe and in EU-US relations

Good quality non-executive directors are essential to good corporate governance. Together with their fellow board members they are responsible for the company’s annual report and accounts, yet many are not accountants. This volume explains to them the key elements of a listed company’s annual report and accounts. • Explains fundamental concepts, such as the difference between profit and cash flow, and then builds on this to explain some of the key issues for listed companies, such as share-based payment and earnings per share • Explains issues clearly and with a non-accountant reader in mind, thus equipping non-executive directors with a degree of technical understanding of a subject for which they have legal responsibilities • Suggests questions which non-executive directors might ask at meetings of the board and audit committee, thus improving a reader’s potential contribution to such meetings

Corporate Law, Commercial Law, Company Law | International Corporate Law and Financial Market Regulation

June 2009 228 x 152 mm 600pp 978-0-521-51570-2 Hardback c. £110.00

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Corporate Law, Commercial Law, Company Law | Law Practitioner Series

Creditor Protection in Private Companies

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 256pp 978-0-521-50978-7 Hardback c. £85.00

Anglo-German Perspectives for a European Legal Discourse Thomas Bachner | Universität Wien, Austria

The Law of Charitable Status

Limited liability companies form the backbone of our modern economy. However, there is a persistent danger of moral hazard on the part of directors and shareholders. This book investigates the mechanisms found in English and German law that are designed to protect creditors from such risks. • The English language’s first treatment of this aspect of German law • Written by an expert with hands-on experience of EU law-making • Offers a fresh perspective on a debate where the traditional focus has been restricted to company law Corporate Law, Commercial Law, Company Law | International Corporate Law and Financial Market Regulation

March 2009 228 x 152 mm 360pp 978-0-521-89538-5 Hardback c. £65.00

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Maintenance and Removal Robert Meakin | Stone King Sewell LLP

Robert Meakin, a former Charity Commission lawyer, outlines the requirements for qualifying as a charity as defined by the Charities Act 2006, identifies the reasons why charitable status might be removed by the Charity Commission and examines the likely effect of the independent Charity Tribunal on the appeals process. • Includes examples of charities at risk, allowing the reader to learn how to avoid problem areas of charitable status • Includes areas of charitable status which are changing, allowing the reader to spot opportunities and pitfalls • Includes a review of Charity Commission inquiries and the appeals process, allowing the reader to see the triggers for inquiries and to note their rights Corporate Law, Commercial Law, Company Law | Law Practitioner Series

Common Legal Framework for Takeover Bids in Europe

November 2008 228 x 152 mm 240pp 978-0-521-51603-7 Hardback £70.00

Volume 1 General Editor Dirk Van Gerven | NautaDutilh, Brussels

Prosecuting Heads of State

The Council Directive of 21 April 2004 sets forth the general principles applicable to takeover bids. This book discusses the Directive and its implementing rules in each Member State of the European Union and the European Economic Area. • Gives an overview of legislation in each country of the European Economic Area, offering readers a quick understanding of the rules applicable in each of the countries • Analyses the rules applicable to takeover bids on securities admitted to trading in Europe, thus providing a useful tool for the legal language relating to publication of a prospectus • The critical appraisal of the whole concept and its usefulness in practice, and includes contacts who can provide further information Corporate Law, Commercial Law, Company Law | Law Practitioner Series

November 2008 228 x 152 mm 490pp 978-0-521-51666-2 Hardback £85.00

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This first-of-its-kind narrative examines the meteoric rise in criminal prosecution of former heads of state or government since 1990. It reveals the motivations, public dramas, and political intrigues that accompanied efforts to bring senior political leaders to justice for human rights and financial crimes; the circumstances that allowed these cases to proceed; and the impact they have had on transitions to peace and democracy. • Covers some of the best known trials of heads of state or government • Breaks new ground by discussing why states are increasingly willing to try their former leaders for human rights offences and financial crimes Criminal Law

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Darfur and the Crime of Genocide

Cross-border Internet Dispute Resolution

John Hagan | Northwestern University, Illinois

Julia Hornle | Queen Mary, University of London

This book explores the contents of State Department interviews undertaken in 2004 with more than a thousand refugees, who testify to the genocide in Darfur. It gives vivid firsthand accounts of the survivors and explores the genocide in light of policy and criminology. • Up-to-date, firsthand accounts of ongoing genocide in Darfur • Data based on historically unprecedented million-dollar survey • Methodologically and theoretically rigorous and innovative • Will appeal to a wide public and student/scholar audience

Arbitration as a binding, out-of-court form of dispute resolution has long been used to solve commercial cross-border disputes. Julia Hörnle examines how existing arbitration procedures should be transformed to cope with the wider range of disputes, including disputes involving consumers stemming from internet transactions and interactions. • Synthesises recent thinking on due process in arbitration, taking into consideration the problem of dispute resolution on the internet and internet regulation to produce ideas of how traditional arbitration needs to be adapted • Tables and diagrams explain procedural fairness and make clear the book’s philosophical underpinnings • Includes recommendations for operators of websites, internet platforms, payment providers, online service providers, dispute resolution institutions and governments

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The European Union and Crisis Management

E-Commerce Law, Internet Law

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 336pp 978-0-521-89620-7 Hardback c. £60.00

Policy and Legal Aspects Edited by Steven Blockmans | T.M.C. Asser Instituut

Since 1999, the EU has worked to close its socalled ‘capabilities-expectations gap’ in the field of the European Security and Defence Policy. The legal and policy questions raised by the proliferation of the Union’s institutional and operational mechanisms to manage crises on its doorstep and farther afield are addressed here. • Contains peer-reviewed contributions from leading academics and practitioners working for the main EU institutions • Contributions take into account the final text of the Lisbon Treaty and the lessons learned from the twenty military and civilian operations which have been deployed to date • Contributions discuss the future position and role of the European Union, thus defining the parameters for future decision-making and capacity-building Dispute Resolution, Mediation & Arbitration

October 2008 245 x 160 mm 458pp 978-90-6704-286-4 Hardback £70.00

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Environmental Law and Justice in Context Edited by Jonas Ebbesson | Stockholms Universitet

This innovative collection of essays discusses the extent to which considerations of justice and fairness have permeated the legal debate on environmental protection, examining their influence on policy choices relating to topics like climate change, protection of the stratospheric zone, trade, state borders and the conduct of warfare. • Shows the different perceptions and relevance of justice considerations in environmental contexts • Makes it possible for readers to see links between local and global contexts • Accessible, enabling readers to grasp the overall topic and various other aspects of environmental law and justice Environmental law

Perceptions in Litigation and Mediation

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Lawyers, Defendants, Plaintiffs, and Gendered Parties Tamara Relis | columbia University School of Law & the London School of Economics, School of Law.

International Courts and Environmental Protection

The book compares the different perceptions of legal disputes during litigation and mediation processes. By examining case processing from the unique angle of juxtaposing all actors’ understandings of the same issues in ongoing cases, the book provides a novel view of the diversity of lawyer-party realities. The findings reveal inherent problems with the core workings of the legal system. • This book is unique in examining and understanding the workings of the legal system through juxtaposing lawyers’, plaintiffs’, defendants’ and mediators’ perceptions of litigation and mediation in ongoing cases. This has not been done before, as access difficulties are immeasurable • The book adds to the paucity of in-depth empirical data from plaintiffs and defendants themselves on their motivations, perceptions and extra-legal agendas during litigation and mediation Dispute Resolution, Mediation & Arbitration

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Tim Stephens | University of Sydney

International environmental law has come of age, yet the global environment continues to deteriorate. This is the first comprehensive examination of international environmental litigation, combining scholarly analysis with practical discussion for an era in which the focus on environmental matters has never been greater. • Includes a comprehensive and critical account of all major international judicial decisions and arbitral awards in the environmental field • Charts the development of international environmental law through landmark judicial decisions • Provides a clear and accessible account of the main areas of international law that have been subject to international judicial attention Environmental law | Cambridge Studies in International and Comparative Law, 62

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Social and Environmental Policies in EC Procurement Law

State and Market in European Union Law Wolf Sauter

New Directives and New Directions Edited by Sue Arrowsmith | University of Nottingham

The social and environmental objectives which inform governments’ purchasing decisions can make it harder for some suppliers to participate in public procurement. This volume of essays examines how best to find a balance between trade concerns and the desire of national governments to use procurement as a policy tool. • Extensive introductory chapters, by leading specialists in the field, allow readers to understand the key principles and rules that govern this complex area • Provides detailed analysis of ‘grey areas’ of the law, allowing readers to assess the legal risks of pursuing different horizontal policies through procurement • Offers new thinking on important areas of EC procurement policy, enabling readers to keep up with the latest thinking in a controversial field

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Free Movement of Goods and Limits of Regulatory Autonomy in the EU and WTO Tamara Peri in | University of Zagreb

This book compares rules on trade in goods in the European Union (EU) and the World Trade Organization (WTO) and analyses to what extent these rules limit the autonomy of states to regulate. It also looks at the effects which EU rules and its decision-making process have within the WTO. • Detailed analysis of the rules on the free movement of goods in the EU and WTO, as interpreted in the relevant case law, clearly shows their similarities, differences and interaction • Tables and figures on the most complex parts of the subject matter – gives the reader both a textual and visual explanation of the most complex parts of the subject matter • Detailed table of contents – allows for the easy location of issues that are most interesting and relevant for the reader European Law

December 2008 245 x 160 mm 260pp 978-90-6704-290-1 Hardback c. £50.00

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The Effects of EU Citizenship Economic, Social and Political Rights in a Time of Constitutional Change Flora Goudappel | Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam

In recent years, citizens have obtained additional economic, social and political rights but have seen privacy and other rights limited because of the European fight against terrorism. This book explores the EU’s influence on citizenship rights, especially in light of the fight against terrorism and recent constitutional changes. • Includes a detailed analysis of relevant elements in the Treaty of Lisbon, allowing readers to obtain an insight into the changes the Treaty of Lisbon aims to bring • Includes a critical discussion of EU anti-terrorism measures and case law, allowing readers to place anti-terrorism measures within the framework of rights and duties of citizens • Links free movement rights to fundamental rights, allowing the reader to evaluate in which way fundamental rights are involved in EU citizenship rights European Law

December 2008 245 x 160 mm 250pp 978-90-6704-278-9 Hardback c. £48.00

European Law | Cambridge Studies in European Law and Policy

March 2009 228 x 152 mm 296pp 978-0-521-85775-8 Hardback c. £60.00 978-0-521-67447-8 Paperback c. £23.99

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The European Civil Code

European Law

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 584pp 978-0-521-88150-0 Hardback c. £110.00

Wolf Sauter and Harm Schepel examine the legal framework of the EU internal market as established in the case law of the European Court of Justice, discussing in particular EC competition law, the free movement of goods, services, persons and capital and the evolution of the interpretation of the provisions. • Includes valuable analysis of the intersection between state and private activity • Access to continental sources on EU law will be welcomed by scholars • Conceptual framework outlined in the book draws upon the French and German influences on the European constitution, but also fits with frameworks recognisable to UK and US scholars

The Way Forward Hugh Collins | London School of Economics and Political Science

Hugh Collins examines whether the harmonisation of private law in the European Union would be a desirable development, arguing that a gradual movement towards common principles would establish fundamental social and economic rights and facilitate a more effective and acceptable European governance. • Assesses the policy justifications for and success of existing European private law measures, thus highlighting the strengths and weaknesses of the EU’s achievements • Links the discussions about European contract law to the broader debates about the political future of the European Union, the internal market, and the governance structures of the European Union • Focuses on EU private law itself and its actual and potential impact on national law, thus linking discussions about private law to the need to have a multi-level system of governance in Europe European Law | Cambridge Studies in European Law and Policy

November 2008 228 x 152 mm 288pp 978-0-521-88580-5 Hardback £55.00 978-0-521-71337-5 Paperback £19.99

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Precontractual Liability in European Private Law Edited by John Cartwright | University of Oxford

This volume examines the liability which one negotiating party may incur to another following the break-off of negotiations for a contract which occurs before the contract is concluded. The study is conducted through analysis of thirteen cases from the perspectives of sixteen national European legal systems. • Written by sixteen national reporters, the reports focus on practical issues and provide ideal material for teaching and study • In-depth analysis by comparative law specialists from England and the Netherlands gives readers the view from the two European legal systems which have the most sharply differing approaches to the topic • Provides reliable data comparing the legal systems of the Member States, thereby contributing to the current academic and political debates on the Europeanisation of private law European Law | The Common Core of European Private Law

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Genocide in International Law The Crime of Crimes Second edition William A. Schabas | National University of Ireland, Galway

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This second edition of the authoritative guide to the interpretation and application of genocide in international law reviews the drafting and interpretation of the 1948 Genocide Convention and considers the definition of genocide, forms of commission of the crime, defences to charges of genocide and responsibilities in terms of extradition. • Second edition of the authoritative book on the Genocide Convention. The first edition has been cited widely, including in decisions of the International Criminal Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda and the International Court of Justice • Excellent introduction to range of issues in international criminal law, including elements of international crimes, defences, criminal participation and state responsibility • Combines expertise in both international law and in criminal law Human Rights

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 720pp 978-0-521-88397-9 Hardback c. £130.00 978-0-521-71900-1 Paperback c. £55.00

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Social Rights Jurisprudence Emerging Trends in Comparative and International Law Edited by Malcolm Langford

This book analyses almost two thousand legal judgments from around the world that directly concern human rights such as housing, health, social security, and education and demonstrates that such social rights litigation can have an impact on social disadvantage when appropriate remedies are given and when there is adequate follow-up. • The most comprehensive book on social rights jurisprudence with the most cases • Covers a wide range of countries and international procedures • It can be used by practising lawyers and judges as well as by students and scholars Human Rights

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 704pp 978-0-521-86094-9 Hardback £90.00 978-0-521-67805-6 Paperback £45.00

A Palestinian Case-Study Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian | Hebrew University of Jerusalem

The purpose of this book is to examine and discuss the violence perpetrated against women in politically conflicted or militarised areas. The voices of Palestinian women show how militaristic values and policies affect female victimisation and agency in conflict zones. • Analysis and elaboration of women’s own voices lend authenticity to the text, allowing the reader to understand the experiences of women in conflict ridden areas • Offers an innovative clarification of how women’s bodies are turned into weapons in conflict areas, thus introducing readers to a new approach for theorising violence against women • Examines the price women pay to reconstruct a liberated space in an incarcerated context Human Rights | Cambridge Studies in Law and Society

May 2009 228 x 152 mm 300pp 978-0-521-88222-4 Hardback c. £60.00 978-0-521-70879-1 Paperback c. £21.99

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Justice and Reconciliation in Post-Apartheid South Africa Edited by François du Bois | University of Nottingham

This volume assesses the transitional processes under way since the early 1990s to create a stable and just society. It widens the perspective beyond the work of the South African Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) to include such important developments as land restitution, institutional reforms, and social and cultural initiatives. • Contributors’ backgrounds permits the reader to gain an insight into political, cultural and material aspects of ongoing transformation • Considers the extent to which South Africa has succeeded in overcoming apartheid’s legacy, thus informing debates on how to secure justice in political transitions • Offers in-depth analyses of different aspects of South Africa’s transition, with a concluding chapter to pull the various strands of analysis and the different perspectives offered by the contributors together Human Rights | Cambridge Studies in Law and Society

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Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law

The Religious in Responses to Mass Atrocity Interdisciplinary Perspectives Edited by Thomas Brudholm | Dansk Institut for Internationale Studier, Copenhagen

Religious rhetoric plays a remarkable role in many responses to atrocities, and the role of religion in conflict-resolution is growing. This collection offers a critical assessment of the possibilities and problems pertaining to attempts to bring religious – or semi-religious – allegiances and perspectives to bear in responses to the mass atrocities of our time. • Focuses on philosophical/normative approaches to religious responses to mass atrocity • Includes empirical studies of religious responses to mass atrocity • As a whole non-partisan; neither devoted to the promotion of religion nor to its disappearance Human Rights

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 235pp 3 tables 978-0-521-51885-7 Hardback c. £45.00

Militarization and Violence against Women in Conflict Zones in the Middle East

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Volume 9: 2006 General Editor T. McCormack | University of Melbourne

The Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law provides a truly international forum for highquality, peer-reviewed academic articles focusing on this highly topical branch of international law. The Yearbook also includes a selection of documents from the reporting period, many of which are not accessible elsewhere. • Along with detailed articles, the Yearbook also contains shorter articles on current developments that are of particular interest or importance • Includes the unique Correspondents’ Reports, which survey state practice in the field of international humanitarian law, and which are gathered by the Yearbook’s worldwide network of correspondents • Details the year in review at a time when humanitarian law is coming to the fore Human Rights | Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law

October 2008 240 x 160 mm 774pp 978-90-6704-269-7 Hardback £120.00

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The International Law of Belligerent Occupation

Bilateral and Regional Trade Agreements Edited by Simon Lester

Yoram Dinstein | Tel-Aviv University

How is belligerent occupation defined? Who is protected under belligerent occupation? To what measures can an occupying power lawfully resort when encountering resistance from inhabitants of the occupied territory? Yoram Dinstein examines the legislative, judicial and executive rights of the occupying power and its obligations to the civilian population. • Legal sources include the judgments of the Supreme Court of Israel, which are otherwise largely unavailable in English • Introduces a complex subject to both academics and potential practitioners, for example military officers who may be called upon to administer an occupied territory • Serves as a companion volume to two earlier books by the same author on war and the conduct of hostilities Humanitarian Law, Law of Armed Conflict

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 344pp 978-0-521-89637-5 Hardback c. £60.00 978-0-521-72094-6 Paperback c. £23.99

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Gene Patents and Collaborative Licensing Models Patent Pools, Clearing Houses, Open Source Models and Liability Regimes Edited by Geertrui Van Overwalle | Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium

The cost of patent licenses needed to design a new genetic test or treatment may ultimately prevent research projects getting started, as individual components are protected by different patent owners. This book examines legal measures which might be used to solve the problem of fragmentation of patents in genetics. • Descriptions of major models currently used to deal with patent thickets enable the reader to develop a complete view of the models and evaluate existing operational examples • Case studies describe how each model functions, and the critical evaluations enable the reader to compare the advantages and disadvantages of the various models • Concluding chapters analyse and compare solutions put forward by the various authors, thereby examining openings for the future Intellectual Property | Cambridge Intellectual Property and Information Law, 10

May 2009 228 x 152 mm 450pp 978-0-521-89673-3 Hardback c. £65.00

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Opening Markets for Trade in Services Countries and Sectors in Bilateral and WTO Negotiations Edited by Juan A. Marchetti | World Trade Organization

Trade in services figures prominently in multilateral, regional and bilateral trade negotiations. In this volume of essays, academics, negotiators and experts from various international organizations explore the achievements of such negotiations, together with the challenges and opportunities which arise and the motivations that come into play in such negotiations. • Contributions by a variety of services experts provide readers with a unique comparison of how trade negotiations have evolved on the regional/bilateral level and at the WTO • By focusing on specific sectors, ranging from air transport to telecoms, the publication provides specific insights into the latest developments in each area • Case studies illustrate how individual countries are dealing with the opening-up of the services sector

As the multilateral trade talks have stalled, bilateral and regional free trade agreements have proliferated. These two volumes situate these agreements in the context of economics, international law and international relations, providing a comprehensive overview of the law being created by these agreements. • Companion book to the unique collection of core agreements available at www.worldtradelaw.net • Text offers ‘added value’ analysis to the core agreements • Range of contributors means the book combines both practitioner and academic experience International Economic and Trade Law, WTO Law | Bilateral and Regional Trade Agreements

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Bilateral and Regional Trade Agreements Case Studies Edited by Simon Lester | WorldTradeLaw.net LLC

This volume contains case studies of selected bilateral and regional free trade agreements covering a wide range of countries, regions and key issues. Authored by leading scholars, practitioners and governmental officials, each case study provides a comprehensive review of the negotiating history and result of the selected agreement. • Companion book to the unique collection of core agreements available at www.worldtradelaw.net • Text offers ‘added value’ analysis to the core agreements • Range of contributors means the book combines both practitioner and academic experience International Economic and Trade Law, WTO Law | Bilateral and Regional Trade Agreements

January 2009 247 x 174 mm 248pp 2 tables 978-0-521-87828-9 Hardback c. £75.00

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The Genesis of the GATT Douglas A. Irwin | Dartmouth College, New Hampshire

This book is part of a wider project that aims to propose a model GATT that makes good economic sense without undoing its current basic structure. The central question is, what does the historical record indicate about the aims and objectives of the framers of the GATT? • First book to discuss property rights of the GATT in detail International Economic and Trade Law, WTO Law | The American Law Institute Reporters Studies on WTO Law

September 2008 228 x 152 mm 328pp 978-0-521-51561-0 Hardback £45.00

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Multilateralizing Regionalism Challenges for the Global Trading System Edited by Richard Baldwin | Institut Universitaire de Hautes Etudes Internationales, Geneva

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This volume of revised papers from the 2007 ‘Multilateralizing Regionalism’ conference marshalls detailed, new empirical work on the nature of the ‘Spaghetti Bowl’ and the problems it poses for the multilateral trade system, and contributes fresh and creative thinking on how to ‘tame the angle’ of regional trade agreements. • Revised papers benefit from discussion between 70 trade scholars and analysts, as well as over 100 members of the various national delegations of the WTO • Examines how to globalise the benefits of regional liberalisation, the key problem for policy makers who believe the post-war multilateral trading regime of the GATT/WTO is worth saving • Further advances the discussion over how to multilateralise the benefits of regional liberalisation International Economic and Trade Law, WTO Law

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 552pp 978-0-521-50601-4 Hardback c. £65.00 978-0-521-73810-1 Paperback c. £29.99

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Understanding how to interpret WTO Schedules of Commitments for Goods and Services is essential for anyone wishing to glean information for academic, official or business purposes. Commissioned and reviewed by the WTO Secretariat, this is a detailed guide to reading WTO Schedules. • A detailed description is provided of information contained in goods and services schedules, helping to guide readers through fundamental concepts behind individual legal texts • Short and concise, which will benefit newcomers wanting to understand the workings of various components within the WTO system • Ease of use and accessibility are the priority over scholarly analysis and commentary International Economic and Trade Law, WTO Law

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 168pp 978-0-521-88059-6 Hardback c. £55.00 978-0-521-70682-7 Paperback c. £19.99

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The Judicial Assessment of Expert Evidence

Regional Rules in the Global Trading System

Déirdre Dwyer | University of Oxford

Edited by Antoni Estevadeordal | Inter-American Development Bank

This book analyses the rules governing regional trade agreements in six key areas – market access, technical barriers to trade, contingent protection, investment, services and competition policy. The analysis provides new insights into the interplay between regional and multilateral trade rules. • Represents the first systematic effort to describe and analyse the contents of regional trade agreements. Readers will obtain greater understanding of the rules governing trade in the rapidly growing field of regional agreements and will consequently be able to compare these regional rules with existing multilateral agreements under the WTO • Includes detailed tables and charts of Regional Trade Agreement (RTA) rules on market access, trade remedies, technical barriers to trade, services, investment and competition policy. The book gives readers who may wish to embark on detailed empirical analysis of RTAs access to new data • This book complements its detailed analysis of RTA rules with a survey of the latest economic theory on RTAs. It looks in particular at the question of whether RTAs are building blocks or stumbling blocks to multilateral trade liberalisation International Economic and Trade Law, WTO Law

March 2009 228 x 152 mm 352pp 978-0-521-76084-3 Hardback c. £60.00 978-0-521-75934-2 Paperback c. £23.99

A Handbook on Reading WTO Goods and Services Schedules

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How can a court decide when to accept an expert’s opinion? Looking particularly at civil litigation in England and Wales, where the use of expert evidence was significantly changed by the Civil Procedure Rules (1998), Deirdre Dwyer assesses recent developments in applied philosophy and theories of evidence and procedure. • Provides a clearly laid out and invaluable comparative introduction to expert evidence in five major legal systems • Provides structured, detailed assistance to advocates, judges and law reformers in understanding the advantages and disadvantages of using the different expert roles in different situations • Provides a theory of limited epistemic competence for the judicial assessment of expert evidence, which can be applicable to any legal system, not just civil expert evidence or just English evidence Jurisprudence, Legal Theory

December 2008 228 x 152 mm 472pp 978-0-521-50970-1 Hardback £65.00

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General Jurisprudence Understanding Law from a Global Perspective William Twining | University College London

This exciting new vision of law and jurisprudence challenges some orthodox assumptions of the Western tradition of academic law and shows how the study of law, justice and human rights can be extended to encompass other legal traditions and cultures at all levels of legal ordering. • Presents a coherent overview of the implications of globalisation for academic law and legal theory and a new vision of post-millennium general jurisprudence • Provides a critical introduction to the new generation of legal theorists concerned with globalisation and introduces four (neglected) southernhemisphere jurists • Links mainstream jurists, such as Bentham, Hohfeld, Hart and Rawls, to the global context, thus offering a stimulating and provoking view of jurisprudence that challenges mainstream theories from a global perspective Jurisprudence, Legal Theory | Law in Context

February 2009 247 x 174 mm 560pp 5 tables 978-0-521-50593-2 Hardback c. £75.00 A 978-0-521-73809-5 Paperback c. £35.00 X


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Netherlands Yearbook of International Law

The International Law of Investment Claims

Volume 38: 2007 General Editor I. F. Dekker | Universiteit Utrecht, The Netherlands

Zachary Douglas

This volume includes an account of developments relating to treaties and international agreements to which the Netherlands is a party, summaries of Netherlands judicial decisions involving questions of public international law, and lists of Dutch publications in the field. • The Netherlands Yearbook of International Law is included in the subscription to the Netherlands International Law Review, but it can be ordered separately Jurisprudence, Legal Theory | Netherlands Yearbook of International Law

October 2008 235 x 157 780pp 978-90-6704-268-0 Hardback £85.00

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There are more than 2,500 treaties protecting the investments of individuals and companies of one contracting State party that have been made in the territory of another contracting State party. This book deals with the principles and rules relating to the prosecution of investment claims pursuant to such treaties. • Systematically codifies the unwritten rules on investment claims, giving readers principles which can be applied to all such cases • Provides a concise and critical analysis of the leading awards of relevant arbitral tribunals, thus making the reader familiar with the precedents established by leading cases • Provides solutions to some of the most intractable problems of investment treaty arbitration, drawing upon judicial decisions and secondary literature from diverse areas of the law Public International Law

May 2009 228 x 152 mm 568pp 978-0-521-85567-9 Hardback c. £75.00

Theoretical Foundations of Law and Economics Edited by Mark D. White | City University of New York

This is the first original, book-length examination of the methodology and philosophy of law and economics, featuring new essays written by leading legal scholars, philosophers, and economists. The contributors take issue with many of the key tenets of the economic approach to law, such as its assumption of rational behavior, its reliance on market analogies, and its adoption of efficiency as the primary goal of legal decision-making. They discuss the relevance of economics to the law in general, as well as to substantive areas of the law, such as contracts, torts, and crime. • First book-length treatment of the methodology and philosophy of law and economics • Contains new essays by leading legal scholars, philosophers, and economists • Discusses law in general as well as specific substantive areas of law (contracts, torts, and crime) Law and Economics

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Treaty Conflict and the European Union Jan Klabbers | University of Helsinki

How does membership of the European Union affect treaties concluded between the Union’s member states and third states, both when it concerns treaties concluded before EU membership and treaties concluded after joining? Jan Klabbers analyzes the rules of EU and international law dealing with such situations. • Examination of how the ECJ has approached treaty conflict will help students to understand the important issues • Discussion of past trends in the EU will aid practitioners in preparing for litigation • Provides an insight into a growth area that has previously received little research Public International Law

December 2008 228 x 152 mm 288pp 978-0-521-45546-6 Hardback £60.00 978-0-521-72884-3 Paperback £23.99

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The Europeanisation of International Law

Autonomy, Informed Consent and Medical Law

The Status of International Law in the EU and its Member States Edited by Jan Wouters | Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium

A Relational Challenge Alasdair Maclean | University of Dundee

Alasdair Maclean examines the ethical basis for consent to medical treatment, arguing that consent should be approached in the context of the healthcare professional-patient relationship. Suggestions for reform are compared with the possible future development of the law if Neil Manson and Onora O’Neill’s model of genuine consent is implemented. • Each chapter may be read as an independent analysis, allowing the reader to read the book selectively • Regular summaries of the arguments are provided, allowing the reader to refresh their understanding of the argument without having to reread the whole chapter • The ethical arguments assume only a lay understanding of ethics, thus benefiting those readers who lack an expert understanding of the ethical issues

The application and interpretation of international law by EU Member States is no longer solely a matter for their own constitutional order; it is also governed by EU law. This book addresses the effects of European integration on the position of public international law in EU Member States. • Explores the impact of European integration on the position of public international law in the EU • Explains how the ‘Europeanisation’ of international law creates a new phenomenon: a triangular relationship of international law, EU law and national law • Range of contributors ensures a variety of perspectives on the topic are given Public International Law

October 2008 245 x 160 mm 260pp 978-90-6704-285-7 Hardback £50.00

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Medical Law, Health Law | Cambridge Law, Medicine and Ethics, 8

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 328pp 978-0-521-89693-1 Hardback c. £55.00

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The European Arrest Warrant in Practice Edited by N. Keijzer | Universiteit van Tilburg

This book focuses on the most important differences between the European Arrest Warrant system and the former extradition system, discusses practical problems that have been experienced since the system was implemented in 2004 and offers recommendations for improvements. • Comments on the various stages of the surrender procedure appear in chronological order, allowing the reader to have a clear overview of the EAW system in practice • Integrated subject-reports each deal with one or more elements of the system, thus guiding practitioners who might be confronted with difficulties in the application of the new system • Examinations of the Nordic and the United States extradition systems allow for contextualised understanding

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Public International Law

January 2009 245 x 160 mm 400pp 978-90-6704-293-2 Hardback c. £65.00

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Comparative Perspectives Edited by Susan Kneebone | Monash University, Victoria

This volume compares how asylum law issues have tested and impacted upon the Rule of Law in five common law jurisdictions: the UK, Australia, Canada, the USA and New Zealand. It explains the international context for these issues and evaluates the responses of the jurisdictions from a human rights perspective. • Overview of topic explains the international context, leading to a deeper understanding of the issues • Individual chapters are written by experts on each jurisdiction, but the ideas in each were discussed prior to writing and thus there is a consistent and coherent treatment • Discusses both North America and the EU, stimulating the reader to think more deeply about the interaction between national and international law Public International Law

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The Role of International Law in Rebuilding Societies after Conflict Great Expectations Edited by Brett Bowden | Australian National University, Canberra

Post-conflict ‘state-building’ is becoming increasingly prevalent, with recent examples including Timor-Leste, Afghanistan and Iraq. Is it more than a new form of colonialism? Can it achieve lasting social change? This volume of essays investigates the many roles international law can play in rehabilitating societies after conflict. • Explains the theoretical and practical dilemmas confronted when international actors seek to promote democracy, justice, human rights and the rule of law in post-conflict environments • Draws on case studies which cover much of the globe, meaning the book will have appeal beyond specific ‘area studies’ or ‘regional studies’ • Contributors include scholars and practitioners, making the book accessible to both scholars with an interest in the field and those engaged in the state-building enterprise Public International Law

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 352pp 978-0-521-50994-7 Hardback c. £65.00

International Law Sixth edition Malcolm N. Shaw | University of Leicester

Engaging, authoritative and academically rigorous, this is the definitive international law textbook. Comprehensively updated content includes new chapters on international criminal law and the International Court of Justice, reflecting current trends in course coverage. The stimulating writing style motivates students to explore the subject, and encourages development of analytical thinking. • The definitive account of international law which provides an authoritative and comprehensive survey of the subject • Detailed references throughout encourage further reading on the part of the student at either an undergraduate or postgraduate level • High level of analysis combined with stimulating and engaging writing style: challenges students to approach the text critically and develop analytical skills without overwhelming them Public International Law

Refugees, Asylum Seekers and the Rule of Law

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 352pp 978-0-521-88935-3 Hardback c. £55.00

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Optimal Protection of International Law Navigating between European Absolutism and American Voluntarism Joost Pauwelyn | Graduate Institute of International Studies, Geneva

Joost Pauwelyn considers how strongly international law should be protected. He proposes a framework for treaty negotiators, politicians and judges to enforce the ever-increasing list of rights and obligations between states on a sliding scale between strict inalienability and flexible liability. • In addressing a general feature of international law, such as how strongly it should be protected, it appeals to general international lawyers as well as specialists • Uses law and economics criteria to make assessments, moving away from the often ideological debates between advocates and critics of international law • Makes analogies with domestic law and focuses on non-legal or informal remedies, thus crossing boundaries between legal theory, philosophy and sociology Public International Law

October 2008 216 x 138 mm 266pp 978-0-521-51682-2 Hardback £40.00

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Beyond the UN Charter Peace, Security and the Role of Justice Edited by Olivier M. Ribbelink

This volume of essays, the proceedings of the third ‘From Peace to Justice’ conference, focuses on current and emerging threats to global security, identifies some of the most urgent new nontraditional threats and examines whether these can be addressed within the UN Charter framework. • Examines whether the UN Charter is still suitable to cover modern threats, providing a thorough analysis and recommendations • A variety of academics and practitioners offer readers a range of opinions on the topic • Inter-disciplinary approach enables the reader to get a better understanding of the matter and become involved in the debate Public International Law | From Peace to Justice

August 2008 245 x 160 mm 226pp 978-90-6704-282-6 Hardback £45.00

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Law / British history

International Law Reports

The Victorian Taxpayer and the Law

Volume 135 Edited by Elihu Lauterpacht | University of Cambridge

Volume 135 reports on, amongst others, the Partial and Final Awards of the Eritrea Ethiopia Claims Commission, the judgements of the United States Court of Appeals relating to the 1998–2000 Eritrea-Ethiopia armed conflict and the native land title cases from the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, Belize and Malaysia. • Contains the Partial and Final Awards of the Eritrea Ethiopia Claims Commission • Contains the judgments of the United States Court of Appeals relating to the 1998–2000 Eritrea-Ethiopia armed conflict • Contains the native land title cases from the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights, Belize and Malaysia Public International Law | International Law Reports, 135

January 2009 219 x 146 mm 700pp 978-0-521-87924-8 Hardback c. £130.00

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A Study in Constitutional Conflict Chantal Stebbings | University of Exeter

Under the new economic and social conditions of the nineteenth century, governments began to undermine the law safeguarding the imposition and administration of taxes. This book traces the development, re-evaluation and subsequent recasting of the safeguards, which, though diminished, proved sufficiently robust to provide an enduring protection to the taxpayer. • Clear structure allows the reader to progress even without prior knowledge of tax law • Defines the position of tax law and its institutions within the legal system as a whole, thus allowing the reader to understand the relationship between tax and the law • Reveals the nature of the traditional external barriers between tax and law, administration and law, legal practice and legal theory Taxation | Cambridge Tax Law Series

International Criminal Law Practitioner Library

May 2009 228 x 152 mm 275pp 978-0-521-89924-6 Hardback c. £75.00

Volume 2: Elements of Crimes under International Law Gideon Boas | Monash University, Victoria

Speech Out of Doors

This timely work focuses on the core categories of international crimes. It presents a comprehensive, critical review of their elements, considers their interaction with the forms of responsibility discussed in Volume I, and appraises their application in leadership cases where the accused was not physically involved in the crime. • Comprehensive review of all jurisprudence up to 1 December 2007, providing a one-stop reference tool on forms of responsibility in international criminal law • Clarifies and critiques what can be a messy, poorly defined and complicated area of law • Annex sets forth each element of the crimes under the jurisdiction of the ad hoc Tribunals, and sample combinations of crimes with each form of responsibility are provided (the first time this has been done) Public International Law | The International Criminal Law Practitioner

January 2009 247 x 174 mm 496pp 978-0-521-87830-2 Hardback c. £75.00

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Preserving First Amendment Liberties in Public Places Timothy Zick | College of William and Mary, Virginia

This book is a comprehensive examination of First Amendment rights in the tangible places speakers rely upon, including college campuses and public parks. Through the examination of expressive topography, it considers a variety of contemporary speech contests, the forces that have eroded public assembly sites, and the ways to preserve ‘breathing space’. • Cross-disciplinary appeal using geographic and sociological frames to study First Amendment issues • Combines academic concepts from law with contemporary free speech debates • First and only holistic account of public speech rights in the U.S. US law

December 2008 228 x 152 mm 368pp 11 halftones 978-0-521-51730-0 Hardback £45.00 A 978-0-521-73196-6 Paperback £15.99 A

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Law, Text, Terror Ian Ward | University of Newcastle upon Tyne

Ian Ward places contemporary political and jurisprudential responses to terrorism within a broader intellectual context, deploying a variety of literary, cultural and historical texts and resources. Each chapter explores a particular historical experience of terror and terrorism, discussing the immediate political and jurisprudential responses alongside particular literary or cultural texts. • Grapples with one of the most pressing questions facing contemporary society: how to define terrorism • Draws on evidence from legal, political and literary worlds to promote a measured, appropriate response to terror • Engaging tone guides the scholar and new student alike through complex arguments and hyperbole dominating the field Socio-Legal Studies | Law in Context

April 2009 247 x 174 mm 275pp 978-0-521-51957-1 Hardback c. £55.00 978-0-521-74021-0 Paperback c. £19.99

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British history The Two Cultures Controversy Science, Literature, and Cultural Politics in Postwar Britain Guy Ortolano | University of Virginia

The ‘two cultures’ dispute between C. P. Snow and F. R. Leavis continues to be evoked in discussions about the relationship between the arts and science. However, Guy Ortolano shows that this was not simply a disciplinary debate but was instead an ideological conflict between competing visions of British society and culture. • Offers original interpretations of the ‘two cultures’ controversy and the historical tradition discussing the arts and sciences • Extensive research in archival collections, several of which have only recently become accessible to scholars • Provides a rich and engaging portrait of postwar British cultural and intellectual life 20C History of Britain

December 2008 228 x 152 mm 312pp 2 halftones 978-0-521-89204-9 Hardback £55.00 A

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Twentieth-Century Diplomacy

An Empire on Trial

A Case Study of British Practice, 1963–1976 John W. Young | University of Nottingham

Race, Murder, and Justice under British Rule, 1870–1935 Martin J. Wiener | Rice University, Houston

This innovative study examines how diplomacy was conducted in Britain during a time of change in diplomatic practice, and draws comparisons with other countries, especially the United States. In doing so, John Young provides a valuable case study that sheds light on the means of diplomacy rather than the ends. • Provides the first county-based case study of diplomatic methods in the twentieth century • Sheds light on the impact of changes in diplomatic practice on interstate relations • Will appeal to scholars of British and international history, international relations and diplomatic studies

History of Britain after 1450

20C History of Britain

November 2008 228 x 152 mm 256pp 978-0-521-83916-7 Hardback £55.00

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Douglas Haig and the First World War

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 258pp 978-0-521-51365-4 Hardback c. £35.00 978-0-521-73507-0 Paperback c. £13.95

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Law, Politics and Society in Early Modern England

J. P. Harris | Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst

A new biography of Sir Douglas Haig, one of the most controversial commanders in British military history. Paul Harris decisively answers the contested issue of whether Haig’s tactics cost the lives of hundreds of thousands of British soldiers during the First World War or were essential to the Allied victory. • Definitive new life of the British Army’s controversial Commander-inChief during the First World War • A balanced account of the man and his generalship based on extensive new research • A major contribution to the military history of the First World War 20C History of Britain | Cambridge Military Histories

November 2008 228 x 152 mm 664pp 19 halftones 24 maps 978-0-521-89802-7 Hardback £25.00 T

The Correspondence of Henry Cromwell, 1655–1659 British Library Lansdowne Manuscripts Edited by Peter Gaunt | University of Chester

This volume of Henry Cromwell’s correspondence contains full and annotated transcripts of most of the 536 items in the collection held by the British Library. These letters shed fresh light on Henry Cromwell’s Irish administration, political developments in England and the relationship between the Lord Protector, his Council and parliament. • Full transcripts rather than summaries of most the 536 letters from the British Library collection • Fully annotations to the letters – provides clear identification and short biographical sketches of the key individuals and explains the main events and issues covered in the letters, so allowing easy comprehension of the texts • Full and detailed introductory chapter – introduces life and career of Henry Cromwell, provides key historical context and introduces the principal issues and subjects covered within the letters History of Britain (general) | Camden Fifth Series, 31

July 2008 228 x 152 mm 558pp 978-0-521-89604-7 Hardback £45.00

This book explores interracial homicide in the British Empire during its height. It analyzes the tensions that underlay British rule and delves into how the problem of maintaining a liberal empire manifested itself during this period. It also demonstrates the importance of the processes of criminal justice to the empire’s history and the advantage of a trans-territorial approach to understanding its workings. • Shows the importance of criminal justice for the history of empire • Illustrates the centrality of race relations to the history of empire • Combines ‘close to the ground’ case studies with empire-wide overview of a common problem (how can a ‘liberal empire’ work?)

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Christopher W. Brooks

This innovative and authoritative study transcends traditional distinctions between social, legal and political history. Brooks examines the development of legal thought and practice from the later middle ages through to the mid-seventeenth century, and explains how law mediated and constituted a variety of social and economic relationships. • Addresses the subject from the perspective of political and social as well as legal history • Possesses an unusually broad chronological and thematic scope • Extensive research taken from more than thirty local and national archives in Britain and the US makes this the most authoritative book on the subject History of Britain after 1450

December 2008 228 x 152 mm 472pp 978-0-521-32391-8 Hardback £65.00

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Enforcing the English Reformation in Ireland Clerical Resistance and Political Conflict in the Diocese of Dublin, 1534–1590 James Murray | National Qualifications Authority of Ireland, Dublin

A study of Tudor attempts to enforce the Reformation in the heartland of English Ireland during the sixteenth century. It shows how the loyal Pale community ultimately rejected the Reformation and Protestantism because it perceived them to be irreconcilable with its own traditional English culture and medieval Catholic identity. • A bold and compelling account of the causes of the Reformation’s failure in Ireland • A significant contribution to debates about the fate of the Anglo-Irish and the disintegration of their mental world • Based on extensive new archival research History of Britain after 1450 | Cambridge Studies in Early Modern British History

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 352pp 978-0-521-77038-5 Hardback £60.00

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Martial Power and Elizabethan Political Culture Military Men in England and Ireland, 1558–1594 Rory Rapple | University of Notre Dame, Indiana

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Monastic Life in AngloSaxon England, c. 600–900 Sarah Foot | Christ Church, Oxford

This groundbreaking study examines the careers and political thinking of Elizabethan martial men, whose ambitions were thwarted by a quietist foreign policy. The book also considers its consequences for military rule in Ireland, and presents a lively and sophisticated reinterpretation of this complex, controversial subject. • An academic text that refreshingly brings the subject matter to life, painting vivid portraits of the period’s larger-than-life characters • Written to be accessible to a lay audience as well as an academic one • Challenges the received wisdom about Elizabethan England

This major new history of English monasticism explores the history of the Church between the conversion to Christianity in the sixth century and a monastic revival in the tenth. Sarah Foot argues that historians have been wrong to see minsters in the light of ideals of Benedictine monasticism. • First revisionist account of early English monasticism • Accessibly written, with numerous quotations in English from contemporary sources • Draws on an impressive range of sources, including liturgy, diplomatic and narrative history and archaeology

History of Britain after 1450 | Cambridge Studies in Early Modern British History

History of Britain before 1066

December 2008 228 x 152 mm 344pp 1 map 978-0-521-84353-9 Hardback £60.00 A

January 2009 246 x 189 mm 414pp 15 halftones 978-0-521-85946-2 Hardback £53.00 A 978-0-521-73908-5 Paperback c. £19.99 A

Marital Litigation in the Court of Requests 1542–1642 Volume 32 Edited by Tim Stretton | Saint Mary’s University, Nova Scotia

This volume reproduces twenty litigation suits from the Court of Requests during the final century of its operation. These extraordinary cases provide rich details about the complexity of separated couples’ rights, the development of alimony (for both men and women) and the variety of human failings that could devastate marriages. • Unique compilation of primary source material • Provides a rare insight into marital litigation during the 16/17th centuries • A fresh contribution on an important area of social history History of Britain after 1450 | Camden Fifth Series, 32

November 2008 228 x 152 mm 288pp 978-0-521-80001-3 Hardback c. £45.00

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The British Industrial Revolution in Global Perspective Robert C. Allen | University of Oxford

This landmark global economic history explains why the Industrial Revolution occurred in Britain by highlighting the ways in which Britain was different from other countries in Europe and Asia. Combining economic, social, technological and business history, Allen shows the importance of globalization in explaining the divergence of East and West. • A major new global economic history of the British industrial revolution • Combines economic, social, technological and business history • By one of the UK’s leading economic historians

American history The Limits of Voluntarism Charity and Welfare from the New Deal through the Great Society Andrew J. F. Morris | Union College, New York

This book demonstrates how charities embraced public welfare in the era following the New Deal. Relieved of providing money to the needy, charities instead offered counseling and other therapeutic services. Morris traces the creation and erosion of this public/private division of labor and suggests its implications for contemporary public policy. • Links the historical scholarship on charities before the New Deal with contemporary social science scholarship on the nonprofit sector • Provides a historical perspective to add to recent debates about the funding of charities by public programs • Offers an exploration of local trends often missing from works that focus on national-level policy 20C American history

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 288pp 9 halftones 978-0-521-88957-5 Hardback £45.00 A

History of Britain after 1450 | New Approaches to Economic and Social History

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 275pp 10 halftones 21 tables 978-0-521-86827-3 Hardback c. £45.00 A 978-0-521-68785-0 Paperback c. £15.99 X

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Jewish Immigrants and American Capitalism, 1880–1920 From Caste to Class Eli Lederhendler | Hebrew University of Jerusalem

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In Jewish Immigrants and American Capitalism, 1880–1920: From Caste to Class, Eli Lederhendler revises common assumptions about the immigration of Russian Jews to the United States, demonstrating that the characteristics responsible for their image as a ‘model’ immigrant minority were not inherent but developed through a realignment of Jewish social values in response to their new experiences. • Cuts across multiple disciplines, as it relates to studies in: modern Jewish history, American labor history, ethnic and immigrant group behaviour, class and mobility in migrant groups, and east European history • Focuses on the importance of class in the formation of new identities, joining a growing trend in recent historiography • Overturns long-held assumptions that Jews enjoyed a job-specific advantage in prior skills, arguing instead that their class position was instrumental in making them into Americans American history (general)

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 248pp 2 line figures 5 halftones 1 map 7 tables 978-0-521-51360-9 Hardback c. £45.00 A 978-0-521-73023-5 Paperback c. £14.99 A

All the Way with LBJ The 1964 Presidential Election Robert David Johnson | Brooklyn College, City University of New York

All the Way with LBJ examines the full range of LBJ tapes, analysing the 1964 presidential campaign and the political culture of the mid-1960s. The book looks at the impact of race on the political process, the question of politicians’ personal and political ethics, and the tensions between politics and public policy. • First book to make full use of the information from the LBJ tapes about the 1964 presidential campaign • First book to examine the archival papers of GOP candidate (and, briefly, frontrunner) Henry Cabot Lodge, II • First book to uncover LBJ’s efforts to abuse the power of the presidency to block congressional and FBI inquiries into his administration’s ethics record American history after 1945

May 2009 228 x 152 mm 318pp 17 halftones 978-0-521-42595-7 Hardback c. £40.00 A 978-0-521-73752-4 Paperback c. £14.99 A

Nixon, Kissinger, and U.S. Foreign Policy Making The Machinery of Crisis Asaf Siniver | University of Birmingham

Siniver examines the workings of the Washington Special Actions Group during four Nixon-era foreign policy crises. His examination of previously classified material about the group reveals much about the linkage between structures, processes, and personalities in crisis decision-making, and potential its impact on the quality and outcome of foreign policy decisions. • The book draws on previously unseen classified files from American and British archives • Provides the first and only account yet of the Washington Special Actions Group • Synthesizes the historical narrative with Foreign Policy Analysis literature, thus providing broader theoretical lessons American history after 1945

November 2008 228 x 152 mm 270pp 17 halftones 978-0-521-89762-4 Hardback £45.00 A

Records of the Salem Witch-Hunt Bernard Rosenthal

This book offers a record of legal documents written in 1692 and 1693 in connection with the Salem witch trials. It is the most comprehensive collection of those records ever published, and for the first time puts them in chronological order, all newly transcribed from the original manuscripts. • Includes newly discovered manuscripts • Chronologically ordered for the first time • Identifies the key people who recorded the documents, including examinations of those accused of witchcraft Colonial American history

March 2009 279 x 215 mm 1016pp 978-0-521-66166-9 Hardback £85.00

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Political Moderation in America’s First Two Centuries Robert McCluer Calhoon | University of North Carolina, Greensboro

Political Moderation in America’s First Two Centuries corrects the popular misconception of moderation as timidity and caution. The author examines the structure of moderate political thought; analyzes moderate apprehensions, values, and visions of the future; and depicts moderation, not as a life long conviction, but as a journey from other political stances toward the moral center of politics. • Argues that political moderation arises to heal periods of polarization • A valuable guide for everyone involved in the political system – from citizens to candidates and campaign consultants • Professor Calhoon proposes that American civic education should teach more about moderate political movements in history Colonial American history

November 2008 228 x 152 mm 310pp 978-0-521-51554-2 Hardback £45.00 978-0-521-73416-5 Paperback £16.99

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American history

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Mass Migration Under Sail

Transatlantic Encounters

European Immigration to the Antebellum United States Raymond L. Cohn | Illinois State University

American Indians in Britain, 1500–1776 Alden T. Vaughan | Columbia University, New York

Transatlantic Encounters highlights the remarkably disparate men, women, and children who went as captive showpieces (common in the early years), slaves (especially in the middle years), or ambassadors to the British monarchy (numerous after 1710). Many died abroad, but most survived for months or years and returned to America with vital information to impart and heightened influence to use for – or against – the British Empire. • Brings to light scores of previously overlooked American natives who reached Britain in the colonial era • Reveals the significance of transatlantic encounters in the increasingly multi-national, inter-cultural world of the 16th through 18th centuries • Assesses Britain’s efforts to impress Indian delegations with the empire’s wealth and power and the Indians’ subsequent allegiances in the American Revolution Colonial American history

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 364pp 978-0-521-86594-4 Hardback £37.00 978-0-521-73817-0 Paperback £14.99

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Dr Cohn provides a comprehensive analysis of the economic history of European immigration to the antebellum United States. This analysis centers on the three most important source countries – Ireland, Germany, and Great Britain – and examines the volume of immigration; where the immigrants came from within each country; their trip to the United States, including estimates of mortality on the Atlantic crossing; and the economic effects on both the immigrants and the United States. • A comprehensive analysis of the economics of immigration to the antebellum United States, the book considers immigration from the perspective of the European source countries, the immigrants themselves, and the United States • Uses all the available data and presents new data, thus the book should be a key reference for anyone looking for data on antebellum immigration • Provides an economic analysis of how immigration affected the nativeborn and the entire US economy during the antebellum years Early republic and Antebellum history

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 272pp 11 line figures 1 map 27 tables 978-0-521-51322-7 Hardback £45.00 A

Quaker Constitutionalism and the Political Thought of John Dickinson

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Jane E. Calvert | University of Kentucky

Seventeenth-century Quakers originated a unique strain of constitutionalism, based on their theology and ecclesiology. They imagined a permanent, written constitution that was amendable through popular peaceful protest, something that most scholars believe did not exist until the American Founding. Out of this theory came the practice of civil disobedience. • First comprehensive analysis of the political thought of John Dickinson, one of the founders of the American Republic and signers of the Constitution • Also the first exposition of Quaker political theory • Explores the origins of the practice of civil disobedience Colonial American history

February 2009 234 x 156 mm 400pp 13 halftones 978-0-521-88436-5 Hardback £55.00 A New in Paperback

The Democratization of Invention Patents and Copyrights in American Economic Development, 1790–1920 B. Zorina Khan | Bowdoin College, Maine

An examination of the evolution and impact of American intellectual property rights during the ‘long nineteenth century’ which also compares the American system to developments in France and Britain. The American system distinguished between patents and copyrights in unique ways designed to lead to a process of democratization. • Compares patent and copyright institutions to better understand the rationale behind intellectual property rights policies • Comparative international perspective – looks at experience of France, Britain, and the US, and to a lesser extent Japan, Germany and Switzerland • Broad perspective, including law, economics, history, women, and technology Early republic and Antebellum history

The First Way of War

March 2009 228 x 152 mm 340pp 9 line figures 3 halftones 37 tables 978-0-521-81135-4 Hardback £40.00 A 978-0-521-74720-2 Paperback c. £16.99 A

American War Making on the Frontier, 1607–1814 John Grenier | United States Air Force

This book explores the evolution of Americans’ first way of war, to show how war waged against Indian noncombatant population and agricultural resources became the method early Americans employed and, ultimately, defined their military heritage. • A history of the American conquest of the Indian peoples east of the Mississippi river • A major revision in understanding the place of warfare directed on noncombatants in the American military tradition • Current relevancy for military professionals and civilians to understand current US ‘special operations’ in the War on Terror Colonial American history

December 2008 228 x 152 mm 246pp 978-0-521-84566-3 Hardback £32.00 978-0-521-73263-5 Paperback £16.99

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James Madison and the Spirit of Republican Self-Government

Jewish Forced Labor Under the Nazis

Colleen A. Sheehan | Villanova University, Pennsylvania

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In the first study that combines an in-depth examination of Madison’s National Gazette essays of 1791–92 with a study of The Federalist, Colleen Sheehan traces the evolution of Madison’s conception of the politics of communication and public opinion throughout the Founding period, demonstrating how ‘the sovereign public’ would form and rule in America. • Uses material that previous scholars have neglected • Provides an in-depth analysis of Madison’s political thought as it evolved using a variety of his writings in addition to The Federalist • Focuses on a crucial period of Madison’s life and political thought that previous scholars have left unexamined Early republic and Antebellum history

March 2009 228 x 152 mm 224pp 10 tables 978-0-521-89874-4 Hardback £45.00 978-0-521-72733-4 Paperback £15.99

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European history Robbing the Jews The Confiscation of Jewish Property in the Holocaust, 1933–1945 Martin Dean | United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies

This book discloses the mechanisms by which the Nazis and their allies confiscated Jewish property, demonstrating the close relationship between robbery and the Holocaust. Dean traces the intensification of this spoliation and reveals instances when robbery acted as a catalyst for genocide, accelerating the progression from pogrom to mass murder. • Examines the topic across Europe in geographical chapters • Synthesis of much new research and recently opened archival collections • Examines mechanisms of confiscation 20C European history

December 2008 234 x 156 mm 448pp 5 halftones 978-0-521-88825-7 Hardback £45.00 A

Nazi Cinema’s New Women Jana F. Bruns | Long Island University, New York

This book examines the careers of three of Nazi cinema’s preeminent movie actresses, painting a unique portrait of mass entertainment and stardom under Nazi rule. This analysis focuses on female stars – an important but largely unexplored area – because they were mostly responsible for Nazi cinema’s spectacular commercial success and political failure. • Uses multiple collections of heretofore unpublished documents • Provides a new perspective on the inherent cultural and cognitive dissonance within the Nazi regime, which the Nazis themselves helped to create • Covers the important areas of gender, film/popular culture, and Nazi internal politics 20C European history

May 2009 234 x 156 mm 240pp 32 halftones 978-0-521-85685-0 Hardback c. £45.00 A

Economic Needs and Racial Aims, 1938–1944 Wolf Gruner | Institute of Contemporary History, Munich and Berlin

Forced labor was a key feature of Nazi antiJewish policy and shaped the daily life of almost every Jewish family in occupied Europe. For the first time, this book systematically describes the implementation of forced labor for Jews in Germany, Austria, the Protectorate, and the various occupied Polish territories. • Discloses important aspects of virtually unknown aspect of the Holocaust: the pre-ghetto, pre-camp mass forced labor for Jews • New insights on the life of thousands of Jews under forced labor and in forgotten forced labor camps • Broadens our picture of the Nazi perpetrators, revealing the responsibility of civil administrations, private companies, and others 20C European history

November 2008 228 x 152 mm 346pp 978-0-521-83875-7 Hardback £45.00 978-0-521-74357-0 Paperback £16.99

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Common Destiny Dictatorship, Foreign Policy, and War in Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany MacGregor Knox | London School of Economics and Political Science

This book analyzes the origins, nature, dynamics, and ruinous end of the Italian and German dictatorships. Emphasizing themes of aggression, fighting power, and staying power, it offers a comparative overview of the two countries’ trajectories from unification in the 1860s to national catastrophe in 1943–45. • Comprehensive interpretation of Italian and German history from the 1860s to 1945 • Genuinely comparative understanding of the two nations’ roads to war • Analyzes their very different degrees of aggression, fighting power, and staying power 20C European history

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 276pp 978-0-521-58208-7 Hardback £32.00 978-0-521-74717-2 Paperback c. £15.99

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European history

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Hungary from the Nazis to the Soviets

Hitler’s Italian Allies Royal Armed Forces, Fascist Regime, and the War of 1940–1943 MacGregor Knox | London School of Economics and Political Science

Explains why the Italian armed forces and the Fascist regime were so remarkably ineffective at an activity – war – central to their existence. It approaches the issue above all from the perspective of military culture, and offers a socialcultural, political, military-economic, strategic, operational, and tactical cross-section of the Italian war effort. • Stresses the importance of military culture (rather than economic or technological strength) to the effectiveness of a power’s armed forces • A ‘good read’ to anyone with an interest in Fascist Italy and/or World War II • A careful analysis based on a wide range of little-known and infrequently used archival and printed sources in Italian, German, and English 20C European history

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 224pp 7 tables 978-0-521-79047-5 Hardback £32.00 A 978-0-521-74713-4 Paperback c. £14.99 A

From the Soviet Bloc to the European Union The Economic and Social Transformation of Central and Eastern Europe since 1973 Ivan T. Berend | University of California, Los Angeles

The conditions surrounding the Soviet Union’s dramatic collapse have long fascinated historians, but few studies have covered the subject in its entirety. This is an authoritative account of the region’s turbulent history, and considers the European Union’s crucial role in shaping its economic and social development since 1973. • An authoritative account written by a figure with first hand experience of the historical events described • The first study to successfully cover all of Central and Eastern Europe in the transition from state socialism to wider European integration • Interprets incredibly complex data and presents a wealth of information in clear, accessible language 20C European history

January 2009 247 x 174 mm 320pp 24 tables 978-0-521-49365-9 Hardback c. £55.00 A 978-0-521-72950-5 Paperback c. £19.99 A

Beyond Totalitarianism Stalinism and Nazism Compared Edited by Michael Geyer | University of Chicago

These essays rethink the nature of Stalinism and Nazism and establish a new methodology for viewing their histories that goes well beyond outdated twentieth-century models of totalitarianism, ideology, and personality. They offer a new understanding of the intertwined trajectories of socialism and nationalism in European and global history. • Top scholars in two fields writing joint essays exploring the two most influential dictatorships of the twentieth century • Draws on new scholarship and, on the Soviet side, new archival data available only since the collapse of the Soviet Union • Provides an evaluation of Nazism in comparative perspective and establishes a new model for an interactive inquiry

The Establishment of the Communist Regime in Hungary, 1944–1948 Peter Kenez | University of California, Santa Cruz

Based on archival and other primary sources, this concise book, describes the methods of communist conquest of power in Hungary, enabling us to better understand the origins of the Cold War. • Concisely describes the methods of communist conquest in one Eastern European country • Helps us better understand the origins of the Cold War • Based on archival and other primary sources 20C European history

July 2006 228 x 152 mm 322pp 978-0-521-85766-6 Hardback £48.00 978-0-521-74724-0 Paperback c. £16.99

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The Politics of Everyday Life in Vichy France Foreigners, Undesirables, and Strangers Shannon L. Fogg | Missouri University of Science and Technology

The book examines the effects of material distress on attitudes toward the Vichy government and on the treatment of outsiders in France during the Second World War. Fogg contends that the period’s severe material shortages and refugee situation fundamentally reshaped France’s social structure, shaping the manner in which native and refugee populations interacted. • Compares experiences of multiple outsider groups including Alsatian evacuees, Jewish refugees, Gypsies (Roma), and Jewish children • Draws on a wide range of previously unused sources including reports from the Gendarmerie Nationale, interviews, and memoirs • Challenges interpretations of politics and public opinion in France during the Second World War and the Holocaust 20C European history

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 240pp 5 halftones 4 maps 978-0-521-89944-4 Hardback £45.00 A

Missiles for the Fatherland Peenemünde, National Socialism, and the V-2 Missile Michael Petersen | Science Applications International

Missiles for the Fatherland is the first scholarly investigation of the culture underpinning missile development at Germany’s secret missile base at Peenemünde. Michael Petersen’s research reveals a complex interaction of professional ambition, internal cultural dynamics, military pressure, and political coercion, which coalesced daily life at the facility. • The first scholarly history of the culture and society that underpinned development of the world’s first ballistic missile • Based on newly unearthed documentation from German archives • Uses new, recently declassified documentation from American archives 20C European history | Cambridge Centennial of Flight

March 2009 228 x 152 mm 270pp 14 halftones 1 map 978-0-521-88270-5 Hardback c. £35.00 A

20C European history

January 2009 234 x 156 mm 552pp 978-0-521-89796-9 Hardback £45.00 978-0-521-72397-8 Paperback £17.99

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A History of Portugal and the Portuguese Empire

The Making of Polities Europe, 1300–1500 John Watts | Corpus Christi College, Oxford

From Beginnings to 1807 Volume 2: The Portuguese Empire A. R. Disney | La Trobe University, Victoria

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A History of Portugal and the Portuguese Empire offers English-speaking readers a comprehensive overview and reinterpretation of the history of Portugal and its empire up to the start of the nineteenth century. Volume 2 concentrates on the history of Portugal’s empire, which extended into North, West, and East Africa; the Atlantic islands; maritime Asia; and Brazil. • Unusual in covering both Portugal and the empire in twin volumes • The first in-depth history of Portugal and its empire before the 19th century published in English since 1972 and the first such fullydocumented history in English • Unusual in including the empire in the late 17th and 18th centuries European history (general)

April 2009 234 x 156 mm 448pp 19 maps 978-0-521-40908-7 Hardback c. £45.00 978-0-521-73822-4 Paperback c. £15.99

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The Cambridge History of the Byzantine Empire

European history 1000-1450 | Cambridge Medieval Textbooks

May 2009 216 x 138 mm 512pp 2 maps 978-0-521-79232-5 Hardback c. £45.00 978-0-521-79664-4 Paperback c. £17.99

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Dominicans, Muslims and Jews in the Medieval Crown of Aragon Robin Vose | St Thomas University, Canada

Edited by Jonathan Shepard | University of Cambridge

Byzantium lasted a thousand years, ruled by self-styled ‘emperors of the Romans’. It underwent kaleidoscopic territorial and structural changes, yet recovered repeatedly from disaster. This book tells the story, tracing political and military events, religious controversies and economic change, and paying particular attention to relations with the outside world. • Most detailed and authoritative single-volume account of Byzantine history to date • Written by a strong team of leading international scholars, each an expert in his or her own field • Provides even coverage across the whole history of the Byzantine Empire, offering both narrative and in-depth analysis European history (general)

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 1232pp 2 line figures 77 halftones 52 maps 7 tables 978-0-521-83231-1 Hardback £120.00 A

Medieval Dominican efforts to convert non-Christian populations have often been considered instrumental in worsening relations between Christians, Muslims and Jews. The study shows that their prime concern was to protect the spiritual well-being of the Christian faithful through preaching, censorship, and maintenance of existing faith barriers to interfaith communications. • The first book-length study of the Dominican Order in the Medieval Crown of Aragon • Considers theology and related intellectual developments in their socio-economic and political historical setting • Draws on neglected sources such as internal Dominican archives, conventual library catalogues, unpublished manuscripts and acts of Dominican Provincial Chapters European history 1000-1450 | Cambridge Studies in Medieval Life and Thought: Fourth Series, 74

May 2009 228 x 152 mm 370pp 2 maps 3 tables 978-0-521-88643-7 Hardback c. £55.00 A

City and Community in Norman Italy Paul Oldfield | Manchester Metropolitan University

Byzantium Between the Ottomans and the Latins Politics and Society in the Late Empire Nevra Necipoglu | Bogaziçi University, Istanbul

Examines Byzantine political attitudes towards the Ottomans and western Europeans during the critical last century of Byzantium. It explores the political orientations of aristocrats, merchants, the urban populace, peasants, and members of ecclesiastical and monastic circles in three major areas of the Byzantine Empire in their social and economic context. • Offers a fresh interpretation of the history of late Byzantium, demonstrating a mastery of a great range of primary and secondary material • Brings together useful prosopographical information to uncover links between the political orientations of specific individuals or groups and their socio-economic interests • Presents political attitudes in all their complexity and ambivalence European history 1000-1450

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 376pp 3 maps 978-0-521-87738-1 Hardback c. £55.00

The first major survey of political life in late medieval Europe for more than thirty years. Offering a full introduction to political events and processes from the fourteenth century to the sixteenth, this book combines a broad, comparative account with discussion of individual regions and states. • The first overview of political life in late medieval Europe for thirty years • Provides a new perspective on the age of the Hundred Years War, Peasant’s Revolt, Great Schism, Black Death and Renaissance • Combines a broad overview with attention to individual regions and states ranging from the British Isles to Poland, Scandinavia and the Mediterranean

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This pioneering study of urban society in twelfthcentury Italy challenges traditional views that the Normans stifled urban development. Examining the self-governing role of urban communities, their social ordering, identities and communal activities, this book reveals that south Italian urban communities still had a level of autonomy under the Norman monarchy. • Sheds new light on the impact of the Normans on urban autonomy and civic life • Uses an extensive range of charter material, not just narrative evidence • Will appeal to scholars of medieval Italy in the high middle ages across medieval history, medieval studies, urban history and Mediterranean studies European history 1000-1450 | Cambridge Studies in Medieval Life and Thought: Fourth Series, 72

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 320pp 1 halftone 1 map 978-0-521-89804-1 Hardback c. £55.00 A


European history

The Churches of the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem, A Corpus

Enlightenment and the Creation of German Catholicism

The Cities of Acre and Tyre with Addenda and Corrigenda to Volumes I-III Denys Pringle | Cardiff School of History and Archaeology

Michael Printy | Wesleyan University, Connecticut

Final volume in a series which presents a complete corpus of all the church buildings that were built, rebuilt or simply in use in the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem. It deals with the major coastal cities of Acre and Tyre and also contains addenda and corrigenda to volumes 1–3. • Standardized form of entry for each church, comprising: history, description, decoration and furnishings, relics, associated buildings, epigraphy and discussion • Includes a complete list of medieval and later sources at the end of each entry • Richly illustrated with over 140 photos and 27 drawings European history 1000-1450 | The Churches of the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem

March 2009 276 x 219 mm 344pp 148 halftones 978-0-521-85148-0 Hardback c. £110.00 A

European history after 1450

March 2009 228 x 152 mm 272pp 978-0-521-47839-7 Hardback c. £45.00

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A Revolution in Taste

The Penitential State

The Rise of French Cuisine, 1650–1800 Susan Pinkard | Georgetown University, Washington DC

Authority and Atonement in the Age of Louis the Pious, 814–840 Mayke de Jong | Universiteit Utrecht, The Netherlands

A major re-evaluation of Emperor Louis the Pious’ reign which examines the background and context of Louis’ public penance in 833. Through a profound re-reading of contemporary texts that reflected on legitimate authority in times of crisis, Mayke de Jong reveals that self-humiliation served to enhance royal authority. • Sheds new light on a phase of Western history when religion and politics were largely overlapping spheres • A book with significant methodological implications for how we approach medieval history • Will appeal to scholars of Carolingian and early medieval history and medieval studies European history 450-1000

European history after 1450

New in Paperback

Legal Practice and the Written Word in the Early Middle Ages

Sweeping the German Nation

Frankish Formulae, c. 500–1000 Alice Rio | University of Cambridge

Legal formularies provide modern historians with information on many aspects of ordinary life in early medieval Europe, from labour and land agreements to cases which we would nowadays associate with criminal law. This book provides a detailed analysis of formularies, setting out their problems and possibilities as historical sources. • The first English language book that examines legal formularies from the Merovingian and Carolingian periods • Includes a catalogue of relevant manuscripts, providing a context for the material discussed • Separate discussions of each individual collection allow for easy reference use European history 450-1000 | Cambridge Studies in Medieval Life and Thought: Fourth Series, 73

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This book traces the development of modern French habits of cooking, eating, and drinking from their roots in the Ancien Regime. Pinkard examines the interplay of material culture, social developments, medical theory, and Enlightenment thought in the development of French cooking, which culminated in the creation of a distinct culture of food and drink. • Addresses current views about eating foods that are natural, seasonal, and local in their historical context • Historical recipes are featured and have been adapted to reflect the equipment and technology of today’s kitchens • Explores both the historical and cultural context of culinary history and technique, which other books on the subject do not do October 2008 228 x 152 mm 334pp 15 halftones 978-0-521-82199-5 Hardback £20.00 T

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This book explores the ways in which the German Catholic Enlightenment reconceived the relationship between religion, society, and the state. Educated Catholics in the Holy Roman Empire questioned not only what it meant to be Catholic, but also what it meant to be German. In the process, they created German Catholicism. • Extensive analysis of sources largely ignored in English-language scholarship • First monograph treatment of the German Catholic Enlightenment • Forces a rethink of the importance of the German Enlightenment to German history

Domesticity and National Identity in Germany, 1870-1945 Nancy R. Reagin | Pace University, New York

German housekeepers have an international reputation characterized by thrift, order, and extreme cleanliness. But where did this stereotype come from, and what is its history? This book explores how Germans defined and developed a particular style of domesticity in the late 19th century, and how it became crucial to German national identity. • Offers historical perspective on the politics of homemaking in Germany from the time of unification through the Third Reich • Shows how government policies about household responsibilities influenced the way women thought about their identity as Germans • Draws on primary sources including popular magazines, government publications, and notes from women’s associations and clubs European history after 1450

October 2008 228 x 152 mm 362pp 978-0-521-84113-9 Hardback £50.00 978-0-521-74415-7 Paperback £16.99

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Crisis, Revolution, and Russian Jews

Joseph II Volume 2: Against the World, 1780–1790 Derek Beales

Jonathan Frankel | Hebrew University of Jerusalem

This collection of essays examines the politicization and the politics of the Jewish people in the Russian empire during the late tsarist period. Frankel describes the dynamics of the Russian revolution and the leading role of the intelligentsia as revolutionaries, ideologues, and observers. • Author is recognized as a major authority in the field of Russian Jewish history during the modern period • Essays develop and elaborate many of the arguments first put forward in Prophecy and Politics • Conveys Frankel’s controversial historiographical viewpoint European history after 1450

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February 2009 228 x 152 mm 336pp 978-0-521-51364-7 Hardback £40.00

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Women, Armies, and Warfare in Early Modern Europe John A. Lynn II | University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

Women, Armies, and Warfare in Early Modern Europe examines the important roles of women who campaigned with armies from 1500 to 1815. Lynn argues that, before 1650, women were fundamental to armies because they were integral to the pillage economy that maintained troops in the field. • Demonstrates importance of women to European armies • Includes many engaging and surprising stories • Puts women at the center of the conduct of war and the need for military and political reform European history after 1450

November 2008 228 x 152 mm 256pp 25 halftones 978-0-521-89765-5 Hardback £45.00 A 978-0-521-72237-7 Paperback £13.99 A

A Social and Cultural History of Early Modern France William Beik | Emory University, Atlanta

Magisterial new history of French society between the end of the Middle Ages and the Revolution, by one of the world’s leading authorities on early modern France, that restores the ancien régime as a key epoch in its own right and not simply as the prelude to the Revolution. • The only up-to-date survey to include the entire period from the end of the Middle Ages to the outbreak of revolution • By a leading authority on early modern France • Sheds new light on the lives of the French people at all levels of society European history after 1450

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 400pp 40 halftones 1 map 6 tables 978-0-521-88309-2 Hardback c. £45.00 A 978-0-521-70956-9 Paperback c. £16.99 A

This final volume of Derek Beales’s magisterial biography of the emperor Joseph II describes the critical period when he was sole ruler of the Austrian Monarchy. Explaining his motivation and showing how his ideas developed, Derek Beales reveals that Joseph left an ineffaceable mark on all his lands. • Major new account of Joseph’s transformation of the Austrian Monarchy that highlights his lasting historical influence • Offers a fresh view not only of Joseph II’s policies but also of his personality and cultural interests • Essential reading for scholars of the Habsburg Empire and Central European history more generally European history after 1450

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 800pp 23 halftones 5 maps 8 tables 978-0-521-32488-5 Hardback c. £80.00 A

Converting Bohemia Force and Persuasion in the Catholic Reformation Howard Louthan | University of Florida

Few regions in European history have experienced such a complete religious transformation as Bohemia. This wide-ranging examination of its history and culture, ranging from art, architecture and literature to music, philosophy and hagiography, sheds new light on the CounterReformation and the nature of early modern Catholicism. • Provides the first significant study of Bohemia’s dramatic confessional transformation from 1620 to the mid-eighteenth century • Considers the revival of pilgrimage, the growth of a Catholic printing industry, the development of new religious art forms, and the emergence of new Bohemian saints • Essential reading for scholars of Reformation Europe and early modern Catholicism European history after 1450 | New Studies in European History

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 384pp 25 halftones 978-0-521-88929-2 Hardback £60.00 A

Jews in the Russian Army, 1827–1917 Drafted into Modernity Yohanan Petrovsky-Shtern | Northwestern University, Illinois

This book is the first study of the social, cultural, and military experience of the Jews who served in the Russian Army between 1827 and 1917. Petrovsky-Shtern explores how conscription integrated Jews into the state transforming the repressed Jewish victims of the draft into modern imperial Russian Jews. • Revisionist view of previous understanding of Jews in the Russian army, stressing the success of Jews who were conscripted • Presents an important and hitherto ignored story about conscripted Jews, giving voice to often-ignored historical figures • A strong story of Jewish survival, for those interested in Jewish identity as well as history Russian, East European history

December 2008 234 x 156 mm 328pp 11 halftones 17 tables 978-0-521-51573-3 Hardback £50.00 A


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History – other areas New in Paperback

Delusions of Intelligence Enigma, Ultra, and the End of Secure Ciphers R. A. Ratcliff

In 1974, the British government admitted that its WWII secret intelligence organization had read Germany’s ciphers on a massive scale. This book, the first comparative study of WWII SIGINT (Signals Intelligence), analyzes the characteristics that allowed the Allies SIGINT success and that fostered the German blindness to Enigma’s compromise. • Tells the full story of Ultra and Enigma, including a full analysis from the German perspective • A comparative study of German and Allied WWII intelligence successes and failures • A historical case study examining organizations’ best practices for recognizing and preventing communications security lapses

Japanese Society at War Death, Memory and the Russo-Japanese War Naoko Shimazu | Birkbeck College, University of London

The Russo-Japanese War was the first international conflict of the twentieth century. Presenting fascinating insights into the attitudes of ordinary Japanese people towards the war, this innovative study sheds new light on the social and political complexities of Japanese society during this period and the war’s implications for modern Japan. • Revisionist study sheds new light on what the Russo-Japanese war meant to the Japanese people at war and on the home front • Deepens our understanding of the social and cultural impact of warfare on modern societies • Exposes the previously unheard voices of ordinary soldiers through diaries and letters 20C History (general) | Studies in the Social and Cultural History of Modern Warfare, 28

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 344pp 35 halftones 2 maps 978-0-521-85934-9 Hardback £55.00 A

20C History (general)

November 2008 228 x 152 mm 332pp 978-0-521-85522-8 Hardback £22.00 978-0-521-73662-6 Paperback £14.99

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Antitrust and Global Capitalism, 1930–2004 Tony A. Freyer | University of Alabama

Since the Great Depression, Americans sought to impose accountability on U.S. big business through antitrust. During the 1930s, Britain, France, Australia, Germany, and Japan all rejected antitrust. After WWII, however, they adopted antitrust. This book reveals how antitrust fostered an international competition consciousness capable of curbing global capitalism. • Reveals the changing institutional and ideological force of antitrust from the 1930s to the present • Explains the internationalization of antitrust as central to a crosscultural public discourse • Uses policy history to suggest a new perspective on antitrust

Fabrication of Empire The British and the Uganda Kingdoms, 1890–1902 D. A. Low | Australian National University, Canberra

During the 1890s, the Scramble for Africa created the new country of Uganda. This inland territory carved out by British agents first encompassed some 20-30 African kingdoms. Anthony Low’s magisterial new study examines how and why the British were able to dominate these rulerships and establish a colonial government. • A study of ‘ground level’ imperialism that focuses on the interactions between African powers and the first generation of colonial agents • Provides a groundbreaking theoretical model of colonial conquest and rule • Contains new and important insights into the beginning of empire History (general) after 1500

May 2009 228 x 152 mm 392pp 7 maps 978-0-521-84351-5 Hardback c. £60.00

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20C History (general) | Cambridge Historical Studies in American Law and Society

On Trans-Saharan Trails

December 2006 228 x 152 mm 452pp 978-0-521-81788-2 Hardback £50.00 978-0-521-74727-1 Paperback c. £18.99

Islamic Law, Trade Networks, and Cross-Cultural Exchange in Nineteenth-Century Western Africa Ghislaine Lydon | University of California, Los Angeles

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The Political Economy of Argentina in the Twentieth Century Roberto Cortés Conde | Universidad de San Andres, Argentina

In this work, Roberto Cortés Conde describes and explains the decline of the Argentine economy, its evolution, and its consequences. This work of historical analysis defines the most important problems faced by the Argentine economy. Some of these problems were fundamental, while others occurred without being properly considered, but in their entirety, Cortés Conde demonstrates how they had a deleterious effect on the country. • Explains the decline of the Argentine economy in the 20th century, its evolution, and its consequences • This work of historical analysis defines the most important problems faced by the Argentine economy • Can be a model for understanding other troubled economies

This study explores the history of trans-Saharan trade in western Africa in the nineteenth century. It documents the internal dynamics of a trade network system based on a case study of the Wad Nun traders, who specialized in outfitting camel caravans in this period. Through an examination of original source material, Lydon shows how traders used their literacy skills and recourse to experts of Islamic law to regulate long-distance transactions. • Describes the internal dynamics of a trans-Saharan trade network based on original legal/commercial records from Saharan private family collections • Makes a strong argument for the consideration of functional literacy and Islamic legal institutions as critical to efficient long-distance trade • Contributes to a better understanding of the role of women in longdistance trade History (general) after 1500

March 2009 228 x 152 mm 496pp 5 halftones 6 maps 12 tables 978-0-521-88724-3 Hardback c. £35.00 A

20C History (general) | Cambridge Latin American Studies, 92

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 384pp 3 halftones 4 maps 94 tables 978-0-521-88232-3 Hardback £50.00 A

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West Indian Slavery and British Abolition, 1783–1807

The Cambridge History of China

David Beck Ryden | University of Houston

Volume 5: The Sung Dynasty and its Precursors, 907–1279 Part 1 Edited by Denis Twitchett

This book examines the political and economic motivations behind the final decision to abolish the British slave trade. Ryden’s research illustrates that a faltering sugar economy after 1799 tipped the scales in favour of the abolitionist argument and helped secure the passage of abolition. • An accessible economic history of slavery in the British West Indies that integrates an analysis of the political economy of slavery and abolition • Engages one of the most important historical debates in Atlantic history (The Williams’ Thesis) • New evidence is presented on one of the most important business lobbies in early modern English history History (general) after 1500

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This volume on the Sung Dynasty (960–1279) and its precursors presents the political history of China from the fall of the T’ang Dynasty in 907 to the Mongol conquest of the Southern Sung in 1279. The Sung era witnessed the profound social, intellectual, and economic transformation of China. • Much anticipated addition to the series • Most complete coverage of this time period published in any Western language • Up-to-date coverage of the political evolution of the Five Dynasties and Southern Kingdoms History (general) after 1500 | The Cambridge History of China

March 2009 228 x 152 mm 1136pp 12 tables 978-0-521-81248-1 Hardback £110.00 A

Ocean of Letters Language and Creolization in an Indian Ocean Diaspora Pier M. Larson | The Johns Hopkins University

This unique history of imperialism, language, and creolization in the largest African diaspora of the Indian Ocean reveals the roles of slavery, travel, Christian missions, and European colonialism in the making of a vernacular literary tradition in the islands of the western Indian Ocean during the age of slavery. • The first book-length study of an African diaspora of the Indian Ocean • Unique engagement with sources in the native African language of slaves • Brings new evidence and fresh perspectives to Indian Ocean history

Japan Rising The Iwakura Embassy to the USA and Europe Edited by R. Jules Young

May 2009 228 x 152 mm 400pp 18 halftones 5 maps 3 tables 978-0-521-51827-7 Hardback c. £50.00 A 978-0-521-73957-3 Paperback c. £18.99 A

In 1871 Japan sent a delegation to the USA and Europe. The report of this journey played a key role in Japan’s transformation into an industrial nation. This abridgement makes the report accessible to a wider range of scholars and students, and those interested in the rise of modern Japan. • A pivotal moment in Japanese history which sheds light on the politics, economics and culture of the new and old worlds on the eve of modernity • An introduction by a leading Sinologist supplies the historical and diplomatic background to the Embassy and why it took place • The abridgement of the original five-volume report will ensure a student and general interest readership

Historical Justice in International Perspective

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 500pp 978-0-521-51385-2 Hardback c. £40.00 978-0-521-73516-2 Paperback c. £14.99

History (general) after 1500 | Critical Perspectives on Empire

How Societies are Trying to Right the Wrongs of the Past Edited by Manfred Berg | Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg, Germany

This book makes a valuable contribution to recent debates on redress for historical injustices, offering a broad array of case studies from nine different countries on five continents. Its essays highlight the diversity of claims and movements and of the ways in which societies have tried to right past wrongs. • Broader scope of inquiry than most other studies of this topic • Comparative, international, and interdisciplinary • Based on case studies from a variety of countries History (general) after 1500 | Publications of the German Historical Institute

November 2008 228 x 152 mm 328pp 978-0-521-87683-4 Hardback £50.00

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The Atlantic World Europeans, Africans, Indians and Their Shared History, 1400–1900 Thomas Benjamin | Central Michigan University

The Atlantic World provides a comprehensive and lucid history of one of the most important and impactful cross-cultural encounters in human history. It describes the transformation of European, African, and American societies and the growth of new peoples, cultures, economies, and ideas between 1400 and 1900. • Extensive features including 37 primary documents, 40 maps, a bibliography and a glossary • Written by only one author – results in a cohesive text • Includes 60 illustrations History (general), world history

April 2009 253 x 177 mm 500pp 60 halftones 40 maps 37 tables 978-0-521-85099-5 Hardback c. £60.00 A 978-0-521-61649-2 Paperback c. £24.99 A


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The Cambridge History of Inner Asia

Humanity’s Burden

The Chinggisid Age Edited by Nicola Di Cosmo | Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, New Jersey

Beginning in the twelfth century and moving through to the nineteenth century, an international team of scholars examine the political, cultural, religious and economic history of the Mongol world empire, its Chinggisid successor states, and the non-Chinggisid dynasties and empires that came to dominate Inner Asia in its wake. • A major reference tool for anyone interested in the history of Inner Asia • Integrates the political, economic, social and cultural history of the region • Incorporates recent research and new approaches to highlight the region’s importance in world history in this period and beyond History (general), world history

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 520pp 9 maps 978-0-521-84926-5 Hardback c. £110.00

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History (general), world history | Studies in Environment and History

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 256pp 2 halftones 8 maps 978-0-521-85418-4 Hardback £45.00 A 978-0-521-67012-8 Paperback £14.99 A New in Paperback

Money and Political Culture in East Germany Jonathan R. Zatlin | Boston University

Rulers, States, and the Aftermath of War Edited by Williamson Murray | United States Naval Academy, Virginia

The Making of Peace represents a unique contribution to the study of war: namely, the difficulties that statesmen have confronted in attempting to put back together the pieces after a major conflict. It contains a number of case studies by many leading historians in the United States and the United Kingdom. • The subject is hardly covered on the historical literature • Case studies written by leading historians in the field • Extremely timely given the recent events in Iraq History (general), world history

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In this groundbreaking study, Jonathan R. Zatlin explores the East German attempt to create a perfect society by eliminating money and explains the reasons for its failure. The Currency of Socialism offers a novel explanation for the collapse of communism in East Germany and a highly original interpretation of German unification. • Presents a new interpretation of German unification • Offers an alternative interpretation of communism’s collapse • Gives an account of everyday life under communism History after 1945 (general) | Publications of the German Historical Institute

October 2008 228 x 152 mm 398pp 978-0-521-86956-0 Hardback £47.00 978-0-521-74360-0 Paperback £19.99

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The Cambridge Illustrated History of Warfare

A Brazilian Slave of the Eighteenth Century Júnia Ferreira Furtado | Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

Edited by Geoffrey Parker | Ohio State University

Now available in a revised and updated version, The Cambridge Illustrated History of Warfare provides a unique account of Western warfare from antiquity to the present day. The book treats the history of all aspects of the subject and places in context particular key events in the history of armed engagement. • Re-announcement of the updated version of an important book • Comprehensive history of western warfare and all its aspects • Brings CIHW up to date, with coverage of the two Gulf Wars and the Yugoslav Wars of the 1990s History (general), world history | Cambridge Illustrated Histories

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Humanity’s Burden provides a panoramic overview of the history of malaria. It traces the long arc of malaria out of tropical Africa into Eurasia, its transfer to the Americas during the early years of the Columbian exchange, and its retraction from the middle latitudes into the tropics since the late nineteenth century. • Malaria kills millions every year and has existed for as long as humans – key to the history of humankind • Narrative style that draws in the significance of factors such as lifestyle and warfare – the topic is understandable by non-specialists • Incorporates the most recent research, providing information on the very latest understanding of the disease

The Currency of Socialism

The Making of Peace

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A Global History of Malaria James L. A. Webb, Jr. | Colby College, Maine

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A fascinating study of Chica da Silva, a freed woman of color in a Brazilian town. Her story reveals the world she inhabited, and the myths that were later created around her. She came to symbolise both racial democracy, and the stereotypes attributed to the Brazilian black or mulatta female. • Explores issues of slavery, racial distinction, gender, social mobility, and local colonial policy • Draws on a wide range of sources, including major archives in Brazil and Portugal, as well as literature on the colonial period in Portuguese and English • For scholars in Atlantic history, African diaspora, slavery, gender, and Latin American history Latin American history | New Approaches to the Americas

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History – other areas / History-cross discipline

Sexual Politics in Modern Iran

A History of Bangladesh

Janet Afary | Purdue University, Indiana

Willem van Schendel | Universiteit van Amsterdam

Charts the history of Iran’s sexual revolution from the nineteenth century to today. The resilience of the Iranian people forms the basis of this sexual revolution, one that is promoting reforms in marriage and family laws, and demanding more egalitarian gender and sexual relations. • The first book to chart the history of women and sexual relations in Iran across two centuries • Personal, first-hand account based on interviews with Iranian women of different ages and from different social strata • By one of the leading Iranian scholars in the field

Bangladesh did not exist as an independent state until 1971. Willem van Schendel’s history navigates the extraordinary twists and turns that created modern Bangladesh through ecological disaster, colonialism, partition and a war of independence. This is an eloquent introduction to a fascinating country and its resilient and inventive people. • Through the past to the present: a leading scholar traces Bengal’s history to explain modern Bangladesh • Includes aids for students such as a chronology, biographies of key political figures, a glossary and maps • Features over 110 images that bring Bangladesh to life

Middle East history

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Sharî’a

South Asian history

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Theory, Practice, Transformations Wael B. Hallaq | McGill University, Montréal

A History of Modern Burma

Wael Hallaq’s magisterial overview of Shari’a examines the doctrines and practices of Islamic law from the seventh century to the present. In a compelling narrative, the author unravels the complexities of his subject to reveal a deep knowledge of the law which will engage and challenge both student and scholar. • An intelligent, informed and analytic account of the development and transformation of Islamic law and its practices • Hallaq is the master of his field, a leading scholar of Islamic law and its interpretation • As the only book on the market to offer this breadth of coverage, it will be required reading for students, researchers and professionals

Michael Charney’s book – the first general history of modern Burma in over five decades – traces the highs and lows of Burma’s history from its precolonial past to the ‘Saffron Revolution’ of 2007 and, by exploring key themes, explains the forces that have made the country what it is today. • The first general history of modern Burma in over five decades • Traces Burma’s history from its pre-colonial past to the ‘Saffron Revolution’ of 2007 • Sheds light on the forces that have made the country what it is today

Middle East history

South-East Asian history

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Michael W. Charney | University of London

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Charity in Islamic Societies Amy Singer | Tel-Aviv University

An in-depth tour of the history of charity in Islamic societies from the beginnings of Islam to the present day. This book demonstrates how historical circumstances, social status, gender, age and other factors interacted with religious ideals to create a rich variety of charitable practices. • The first book to explain the concepts and practices that have shaped charity among Muslims from the beginning of Islam until today • An enlightened and creative approach to the subject by one of the leading historians in the field • This book fills a gap in the subject at introductory level for students of both Islamic history and religious studies Middle East history | Themes in Islamic History

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History-cross discipline Pulse Diagnosis in Early Chinese Medicine The Telling Touch Elisabeth Hsu | University of Oxford

This is a study of the earliest extensive account of Chinese pulse diagnosis, or more accurately, the examination of mai. Dr Hsu focuses on a biography of Chunyu Yi, a doctor of the early Han, and presents the first complete translation into English of the Memoir by Sima Qian. • Provides detailed analyses of medical terms used in early Chinese medicine, as applied in pulse diagnosis • An entirely innovative project, inspired by critical medical anthropology and the anthropology of the senses • Contains as an appendix the first annotated complete English translation of the second part of the 105th chapter of the Historical Records by Sima Qian History of Medicine | University of Cambridge Oriental Publications, 68

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History-cross discipline / Mathematics

The Cambridge History of Science

Hilbert Transforms Volume 2 Frederick W. King | University of Wisconsin, Eau Claire

Volume 6: The Modern Biological and Earth Sciences Edited by Peter J. Bowler

A guide to the latest thinking among historians of science dealing with developments in the life and earth sciences since 1800. It covers major theoretical innovations such as evolutionism, the emergence of new disciplines such as genetics and biochemistry, and the changing interactions of medical science and practice. • Comprehensive account of the history of the life and earth sciences • Authoritative surveys of historical thinking on science by expert authors • Introduction to the latest thinking in the history of science for readers seeking a basic understanding on which to build History of science technology | The Cambridge History of Science

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Abstract Analysis and Probability Theory | Encyclopedia of Mathematics and its Applications, 125

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Mathematics

Representation Theorems in Hardy Spaces

Lévy Processes and Stochastic Calculus

Javad Mashreghi | Université Laval, Québec

Second edition David Applebaum | University of Sheffield

A unique development of these two subjects contained in a single volume. New topics featured in this fully revised edition include regular variation and subexponential distributions, characterisation of Lévy processes with finite variation, multiple Wiener-Lévy integrals and chaos decomposition, and introductions to Malliavin calculus and stability theory for Lévydriven SDEs. • Now fully revised by the author and featuring new topics such as regular variation and subexponential distributions • A unique development of stochastic integrals and stochastic differential equations driven by Lévy processes • Discusses all the tools needed for a stochastic approach to option pricing Abstract Analysis and Probability Theory | Cambridge Studies in Advanced Mathematics, 116

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Gives a complete description of representation theorems with direct proofs for both classes of Hardy spaces. Clear and concise, it features over 300 exercises and is ideal for advanced undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in Advanced Complex Analysis, Function Theory or Theory of Hardy Spaces. • Concise and accessible, provides complete description of representation theorems with direct proofs for both classes of Hardy spaces • Contains over 300 exercises, many with accompanying hints, to aid understanding • Ideal for advanced undergraduate and graduate students taking courses in Advanced Complex Analysis, Function Theory or Theory of Hardy Spaces Abstract Analysis and Probability Theory | London Mathematical Society Student Texts, 74

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The Monster Group and Majorana Involutions

Analysis in Positive Characteristic Anatoly N. Kochubei | National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine

Devoted to counterparts of classical structures of mathematical analysis in analysis over local fields of positive characteristic, this is one of the first books to treat positive characteristic phenomena from an analytic viewpoint. The author’s development of the work begun by Carlitz provides a foundation for studying various special functions. • The first treatment of positive characteristic phenomena from the analytic viewpoint • Provides a foundation for the study of various special functions • For researchers and graduate students in mathematical analysis and number theory Abstract Analysis and Probability Theory | Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics, 178

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Written in a style that suits a wide audience (including physical sciences), this book will become the reference of choice on the Hilbert transform, whatever the subject background of the reader. It explains all the common Hilbert transforms, mathematical techniques for evaluating them, and has detailed discussions of their application. • Informal style opens up the material to anyone working in the physical sciences • The only book to contain an extensive table of Hilbert transforms, and it has a mini atlas to show reader immediately how the Hilbert transform alters a function • Exercises are included to help test understanding, and a large bibliography points to classical papers and a wide range of applications

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A. A. Ivanov | Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, London

The first book containing a rigorous construction and uniqueness proof for the largest and most famous sporadic simple group, the Monster. The author provides a systematic exposition of the theory of the Monster group, which so far remains largely unpublished, and explores the theory of groups generated by Majorana involutions. • Contains elementary definitions of Majorana involutions for beginners in the subject • Provides an example of a complete treatment of the method of group amalgams • A useful resource for any mathematician using finite group theory Algebra | Cambridge Tracts in Mathematics, 176

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Stochastic Processes, Estimation, and Control

Algebraic Theory of Differential Equations

Jason L. Speyer | University of California, Los Angeles

Edited by Malcolm A. H. MacCallum | Queen Mary, University of London

Covers stochastic systems beginning with the foundations of probability and ending with stochastic optimal control. This book will be valuable to first year graduate students studying systems and control, as well as professionals in this field. • Demonstrates how probability can be used to model uncertainty in control and estimation problems • Explains how the solution of optimal stochastic control problems results in controllers with significant practical application • A thorough treatment of stochastic systems from the foundations of probability to stochastic optimal control

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Differential & Integral Equations, Dynamical Systems and Control | Advances in Design and Control, 17

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Boundary Control of PDEs This concise and practical textbook presents an introduction to backstepping, an elegant new approach to boundary control of partial differential equations (PDEs). Suitable for both beginning and advanced graduate students in control theory, with no background beyond that of a typical engineering or physics graduate. • Includes homework exercises and a solutions manual, which is available from the authors upon request • Accessible to both beginning and advanced graduate students, and to engineers with no prior training in PDEs • Assumes no background beyond that of a typical engineering or physics graduate Differential & Integral Equations, Dynamical Systems and Control | Advances in Design and Control, 16

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A Unified Approach to Boundary Value Problems

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Philippe Flajolet | Institut National de Recherche en Informatique et en Automatique (INRIA), Rocquencourt

The definitive treatment of analytic combinatorics. This self-contained text covers the mathematics underlying the analysis of discrete structures, with thorough treatment of a large number of applications. Exercises, examples, appendices and notes aid understanding: ideal for individual selfstudy or for advanced undergraduate or graduate courses. • Comprehensive: generous notes, appendices, examples and exercises, as well as the inclusion of proofs of fundamental results • Unified: ties together classical mathematics and modern applications • Cutting edge: first book with extensive coverage of analytic methods needed to analyse large combinatorial configurations Discrete Mathematics, Information Theory and Coding Theory

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Combinatorics: The Rota Way Joseph P. S. Kung | University of North Texas

Athanassios S. Fokas | University of Cambridge

Explains a new approach to analysing initialboundary value problems for integrable partial differential equations (PDEs) in two dimensions, based on ideas of the inverse scattering transform that the author introduced in 1997. This method is unique in also yielding novel integral representations for linear PDEs. • Unifies the most extensively used techniques for solving boundary value problems for linear PDEs • Includes a new approach to an important medical imaging technique • Unique in presenting an extension of the inverse scattering method from initial value problems to boundary value problems Differential & Integral Equations, Dynamical Systems and Control | CBMS-NSF Regional Conference Series in Applied Mathematics, 78

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Differential & Integral Equations, Dynamical Systems and Control | London Mathematical Society Lecture Note Series, 357

Analytic Combinatorics

A Course on Backstepping Designs Miroslav Krstic | University of California, San Diego

September 2008 247 x 174 mm 200pp 978-0-89871-650-4 Hardback £45.00

These selected contributions reflect different approaches to the integration of differential equations, originating from Differential Galois Theory, Symmetry, Integrability and Soliton Theory. The ideas of several mathematical communities are here brought together and connections between them sought. • Features the LMS Invited Lecture Course by Professor Michael F. Singer • Brings together various different approaches to the problem of integrability • An introduction suitable for graduate students and academic researchers

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Gian-Carlo Rota was one of the most original and colourful mathematicians of the twentieth century. His work on the foundations of combinatorics created a new area of algebraic combinatorics. The book is based upon his influential graduate courses on the foundations of combinatorics, that have influenced generations of students. • Emphasizes unifying ideas in combinatorics • Shows connections with other areas of mathematics • Gives elementary accounts of topics like entropy, linear lattices, umbral calculus, and Baxter algebras, not available elsewhere in book form Discrete Mathematics, Information Theory and Coding Theory | Cambridge Mathematical Library

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Mathematics

Textbook

Sink or Float

Nonlinear Modeling and Analysis of Structures and Solids

Thought Problems in Math and Physics Keith Kendig | Cleveland State University

This book presents a theoretical treatment of nonlinear behaviour of solids and structures in such a way that it is suitable for numerical computation, typically using the Finite Element Method. This self-contained and rigorous account of the basic methods contains exercises, examples and algorithms throughout. • A theoretical treatment of nonlinear behaviour of solids and structure • Starts out from elementary concepts to give a clear account of the basic methods • Includes exercises, examples and algorithms throughout

Over 250 problems drawn from mathematics and the real world revealing just how much can be learned by using everyday common sense. The author’s easily understandable style will engage school students as well as professional mathematicians. Covers a wide range of classical maths and physics, with solutions and explanations provided. • Over 250 mathematical problems to puzzle readers of all ages • Its multiple-choice format forces younger readers to become more actively involved • Answers and explanations are provided for each problem, along with a glossary of terms

Fluid Dynamics and Solid Mechanics

General and Recreational Mathematics | Dolciani Mathematical Expositions, 33

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Steen Krenk | Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby

The Contest Problem Book IX

Introduction to the Numerical Analysis of Incompressible Viscous Flows

American Mathematics Competitions (AMC 12) 2001–2007 Contests Edited by David M. Wells | Pennsylvania State University

William Layton | University of Pittsburgh

With mathematical rigour and physical clarity, this text treats the numerical analysis of finite element computational fluid dynamics at a level appropriate for first year graduate students in applied mathematics, engineering and physics. The text progresses from the mathematical preliminaries of energy and stress to finite element computational fluid dynamics. • Includes numerous exercises for better understanding • Can be covered in one term without requiring extensive background information on the subject • Unified treatment of fluid mechanics, analysis and numerical analysis Fluid Dynamics and Solid Mechanics | Computational Science and Engineering

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A compilation of 325 problems and solutions previously featured in the American Mathematics Competitions for students of all abilities in American and Canadian high schools. A problem index at the back of the book breaks major subject areas into subcategories and cross-references for ease of use. • Contains 325 problems and solutions compiled by outstanding members of the mathematical community • Suitable for secondary-school students of all levels • Problems are categorised and indexed for easy reference General and Recreational Mathematics | MAA Problem Book Series

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American Mathematics Competitions (AMC 10) 2000–2007 Contests Edited by J. Douglas Faires | Youngstown State University

How to Think Like a Mathematician A Companion to Undergraduate Mathematics Kevin Houston | University of Leeds

Looking for a head start in your undergraduate degree in mathematics? This friendly companion eases beginning students into real mathematical thinking, unlocking important techniques for effective mathematics so you can communicate with clarity, solve problems, and explore the world of definitions, theorems and proofs with real confidence. • Encourages a questioning and active nature rather than a passive one, leading the reader to develop a deeper understanding of mathematics • Emphasises the use of examples and counterexamples to illuminate theorems • Essential for any starting undergraduates in mathematics; also of benefit to engineers and physicists who need high-level mathematics, and students that require logic such as computer scientists, philosophers, and linguists

A compilation of 350 problems and solutions previously featured in the American Mathematics Competitions and aimed at students in the first two years of high school. A Problem Index at the back of the book breaks major subject areas into subcategories and cross-references for ease of use. • Contains 350 problems and solutions compiled by outstanding members of the mathematical community • Suitable for secondary-school students of all levels • Problems are categorised and indexed for easy reference General and Recreational Mathematics | MAA Problem Book Series

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General and Recreational Mathematics

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Creative Mathematics

Conceptual Mathematics

H. S. Wall | University of Texas, Austin

Developed over a period of many years of working with students at the University of Texas, Austin, this book cultivates mathematical creativity and independence. The book is self contained, and assumes little formal mathematical background on the part of the reader. • Developed for undergraduate students over a period of many years of teaching the subject • Increases the student reader’s confidence in creating mathematical ideas • Requires little formal background in mathematics General and Recreational Mathematics | Mathematical Association of America Textbooks

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Conceptual Mathematics introduces the concept of category to beginning students and practising mathematical scientists based on a leisurely introduction to the important categories of directed graphs and discrete dynamical systems. The expanded second edition approaches more advanced topics via historical sketches and a concise introduction to adjoint functors. • Authors are world class authorities on the subject • Only text at this elementary level – requires only high-school algebra • Applications in pure and applied mathematics, computer science, physics, linguistics, logic and philosophy Maths – Logic, Categories and Sets

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Proof and Other Dilemmas Mathematics and Philosophy Bonnie Gold | Monmouth University, New Jersey

This collection of sixteen original essays is the first to explore a range of new developments in the philosophy of mathematics, in a way mathematicians will understand. Coverage includes emerging questions in the field as well as recent thinking on classical ideas, all relevant to the teaching of mathematics. • Written in a style that both mathematicians and philosophers of mathematics will understand • Contains sixteen original essays written specifically for this volume • Discusses recent thinking on classic topics as well as emerging new questions in the field General and Recreational Mathematics | Spectrum

December 2008 253 x 177 mm 350pp 978-0-88385-567-6 Hardback £27.99

A First Introduction to Categories Second edition F. William Lawvere | State University of New York, Buffalo

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Synthetic CDOs Modelling, Valuation and Risk Management C. C. Mounfield | Barclays Capital, London

Credit derivatives have enjoyed explosive growth in the last decade, particularly synthetic Collateralised Debt Obligations (synthetic CDOs). Detailing the latest models and techniques in quantitative and computational modelling of these instruments, this book is essential reading for those working in financial institutions, and for graduates intending to enter the industry. • Strong emphasis on practical real-world issues • Captures latest thinking: covers the latest models and techniques • Self-contained: focuses on quantitative techniques, but covers all you need to understand the field Mathematical Finance, Insurance Mathematics and Actuarial Science | Mathematics, Finance and Risk, 7

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Games, Scales and Suslin Cardinals: The Cabal Seminar Volume I Edited by Alexander S. Kechris | California Institute of Technology

Games, Scales, and Suslin Cardinals is the first of a series of four books presenting the seminal papers from the Caltech-UCLA ‘Cabal Seminar’ with extensive unpublished material, new papers on related topics, and discussion of research developments since the publication of the original volumes. • Includes updated/revised material from original volume of Cabal Seminars Maths – Logic, Categories and Sets | Lecture Notes in Logic

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Analytic Number Theory Essays in Honour of Klaus Roth Edited by W. W. L. Chen | Macquarie University, Sydney

Leading lights in mathematics acknowledge the contribution of British mathematician, Klaus Roth, to number theory, diophantine approximation, sieve theory and beyond. Extensive lists of references make this a valuable source for research mathematicians in many areas and a suitable introductory overview of the subject for beginning research students. • Contains 32 contributions from leading figures in the field of number theory and many related areas • Explores the impact of Klaus Roth’s research across a number of mathematical fields, including sieve theory and diophantine approximations • An extensive list of references makes this a valuable source for all research mathematicians Number theory

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Mathematics

Modular Forms on Schiermonnikoog Edited by Bas Edixhoven | Universiteit Leiden

A First Course in the Numerical Analysis of Differential Equations

Presents the state of the art in a range of topics such as Siegel modular forms, Hecke eigenvalues of Hilbert modular forms, Weil representations, Tannakian categories and Torelli’s theorem. Ideal for all researchers and graduate students working on modular forms and related areas of number theory and algebraic geometry. • Collection of articles by leaders in the field; presents the state of the art in modular forms • Topics covered include Siegel modular forms, Hecke eigenvalues of Hilbert modular forms, Weil representations, Tannakian categories and Torelli’s theorem • Ideal for academic researchers and graduate students in number theory and algebraic geometry; string theorists will also find the collection of interest

This extensively updated new edition includes new chapters on emerging subject areas: geometric numerical integration, spectral methods and conjugate gradients. Other topics covered include multistep and Runge-Kutta methods, finite difference and finite elements techniques for the Poisson equation, and a variety of algorithms to solve large, sparse algebraic systems. • No other book covers this range of subjects. • A valuable introductory text for mathematicians, scientists, engineers and computer scientists, featuring copious illustrations and structured exercises • The author’s clear and lively style make this rigorous text an enjoyable read

Number theory

Numerical Analysis | Cambridge Texts in Applied Mathematics, 44

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Algorithmic Number Theory

Numerical Methods for Evolutionary Differential Equations

Edited by J.P. Buhler | Reed College, Oregon

This comprehensive introduction for beginning graduate students contains articles by the leading experts in the field. It covers basic topics such as algorithmic aspects of number fields, elliptic curves, and lattice basis reduction and advanced topics including cryptography, computational class field theory, zeta functions and L-series, and quantum computing. • Introduction aimed at beginning graduate students • Extensive coverage by a large body of experts • State of the art in compuational number theory Number theory | Mathematical Sciences Research Institute Publications

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A Compendium of Partial Differential Equation Models Method of Lines Analysis with Matlab William E. Schiesser | Lehigh University, Pennsylvania

Explains numerical methods, and associated computer codes in Matlab, for the solution of a spectrum of models expressed as ordinary and partial differential equations. The authors focus on the well-established method of lines, making the code easy to understand, implement, and modify. • Includes line-by-line analysis and solutions for computer code associated with model equations • Offers a detail presentation of ODE/PDE mathematical models • Methodology covers a broad spectrum of problems in science, engineering and applied mathematics Numerical Analysis

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Second edition Arieh Iserles | University of Cambridge

Uri M. Ascher | University of British Columbia, Vancouver

This text develops, analyses, and applies numerical methods for evolutionary, or time-dependent, differential problems. PDEs and ODEs are discussed from a unified view, with emphasis on finite difference and finite volume methods, specifically their principled derivation, stability, accuracy, efficient implementation, and practical performance in various fields of science and engineering. • Suitable for researchers and graduate students at the beginning or advanced level • Relevant across a diverse range of fields such as computer science, physics, earth sciences and engineering • Includes examples and case studies from numerous application areas Numerical Analysis | Computational Science and Engineering

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Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for Solving Elliptic and Parabolic Equations Theory and Implementation Béatrice M. Rivière | Rice University, Houston

Covers both theory and computation as it focuses on three primal DG methods – the symmetric interior penalty Galerkin, incomplete interior penalty Galerkin, and nonsymmetric interior penalty Galerkin – which are variations of interior penalty methods. Provides the basic tools for analysis and discusses coding issues. Includes computational examples and applications to engineering. • Presents both theory and implementation, with detailed proofs and MATLAB® codes provided in the appendices • Intended for numerical analysts, computational and applied mathematicians, and engineers. Also appropriate for a graduate or senior undergraduate course • Includes important applications for engineers from a variety of fields Numerical Analysis | Frontiers in Applied Mathematics, 35

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Evaluating Derivatives

A Guide to Complex Variables

Principles and Techniques of Algorithmic Differentiation Second edition Andreas Griewank | Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin

Steven G. Krantz | American Institute of Mathematics, Palo Alto

A comprehensive treatment of algorithmic, or automatic, differentiation for designers of algorithms and software for nonlinear computational problems, users of current numerical software, mathematicians, and engineers. This second edition has been updated and expanded to cover recent developments in applications and theory. • Each chapter concludes with examples and exercises • Updated and expanded to cover recent developments in applications and theory • Provides the insight necessary to choose and deploy existing AD software tools to the best advantage

A quick and easy-to-use introduction to the key topics in complex variables, providing a solid grounding in this fundamental area. Its lively exposition, and wealth of figures and examples make this book a useful companion to more daunting texts. A valuable resource for mathematicians and non-mathematicians alike. • A quick and friendly guide, illustrated with copious figures and examples • Suitable for both mathematicians and non-mathematicians • A highly useful companion to more exhaustive texts in the field

Optimization, OR and Risk Analysis

Real and complex analysis | Dolciani Mathematical Expositions, 32

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A Quantitative Tour of the Social Sciences

Linear and Nonlinear Optimization

Edited by Andrew Gelman | Columbia University, New York

Second edition Igor Griva | George Mason University, Virginia

Flexible graduate textbook that introduces the applications, theory, and algorithms of linear and nonlinear optimization in a clear succinct style, supported by numerous examples and exercises. It introduces important realistic applications and explains how optimization can address them. • Supporting web site with data sets that are necessary for some of the book’s exercises • Three appendices on linear algebra, other fundamentals, and software packages for optimization problems • Contains numerous examples and exercises to help the reader gain a deeper understanding

With sections written by prominent social scientists, this book gives an accessible, non-technical sense of how quantitative research is done in the social sciences. The reader will gain a sense of the different models and different ways of thinking in economics, history, sociology, political science and psychology. • Cross-disciplinary perspective of several different social sciences • Gives a sense of what it’s like to think like a historian, economist, sociologist, political scientist, or psychologist • Quantitative models and methods presented in an accessible, conversational way Statistics and Applied Probability

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Optimization, OR and Risk Analysis

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A Conceptual and Computational Approach with SPSS and SAS Glenn Gamst | University of La Verne, California

UAV Cooperative Decision and Control Challenges and Practical Approaches Steven Rasmussen

Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) are increasingly used in military missions. This text is aimed at helping practitioners, students, and academics alike to better understand what cooperative decision and control is and its applications and methods for implementing algorithms that make cooperative UAV operations possible. • A practical approach to solving UAV cooperative control problems • Based on many years of United States Air Force research • Software that simulates cooperative decision and control on multiple UAVs is available on a supplementary website Real and complex analysis | Advances in Design and Control

February 2009 247 x 170 mm 198pp 978-0-89871-664-1 Hardback c. £45.00

Analysis of Variance Designs

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Starting with the foundations of ANOVA and moving up through two-way and three-way mixed designs, this textbook gives an overview of traditionally advanced topics for advanced undergraduates and graduate students in the behavioural sciences. Each of the design chapters includes SPSS and SAS Enterprise Guide procedures. • Appeals to undergraduates taking a second statistics course and master and doctoral students in applied subjects • Each chapter contains applications sections showing how methods discussed in text can be implemented in the software package SPSS • Presents traditionally advanced material such as ANOVA in an accessible way for undergraduates Statistics and Applied Probability

November 2008 253 x 177 mm 594pp 38 tables 36 exercises 978-0-521-87481-6 Hardback £45.00 X


Mathematics / Computer science

Markov Chains and Stochastic Stability Sean Meyn | University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

New up-to-date edition of this influential classic on Markov chains in general state spaces. Proofs are rigorous and concise, the range of applications is broad and knowledgeable, and key ideas are accessible to practitioners with limited mathematical background. New commentary by Sean Meyn, including updated references, reflects developments since 1996. • The modern classic, available in print for the first time in 10 years • The 1994 ORSA/TIMS Best Publication on Applied Probability Award winner, brought up to date to reflect recent developments • Now includes a prologue by Peter W. Glynn Communications and signal processing | Cambridge Mathematical Library

March 2009 247 x 174 mm 624pp 4 halftones 978-0-521-73182-9 Paperback c. £30.00 A New in Paperback

Second edition Mark S. Joshi | University of Melbourne

Second edition of successful text providing the working knowledge needed to become a good quantitative analyst. An ideal introduction to mathematical finance, readers will gain a clear understanding of the intuition behind derivatives pricing, how models are implemented, and how they are used and adapted in practice. • Covers both martingale and PDE approaches to the subject and discusses multiple approaches to each problem • Spends a lot of time on the underlying ideas and intuition behind the models; includes computer projects • Covers alternative models such as stochastic volatility, jump diffusion and variance gamma as well as the conventional Black–Scholes Statistics and Applied Probability | Mathematics, Finance and Risk, 8

Statistical Models A. C. Davison | École Polytechnique Fédérale, Lausanne

An integrated development of models and likelihood that blends theory and practice, suitable for advanced undergraduate and graduate students, researchers and practitioners. Each chapter contains a wide range of problems and exercises. A library of data sets accompanying the book is available over the web. • Acclaimed statistics text, now in paperback • Unrivalled coverage with section on survival analysis, missing data, Markov chains, asymptotic approximations and more • Practicals in the S language and a library of data sets available on the Web Statistics and Applied Probability | Cambridge Series in Statistical and Probabilistic Mathematics, 11

August 2008 253 x 177 mm 736pp 119 tables 566 exercises 978-0-521-73449-3 Paperback £27.99 A

A First Course in Order Statistics Barry C. Arnold | University of California, Riverside

Requiring no advanced mathematical or statistical background, this book introduces the general theory of order statistics and their applications. This updated classic text will help readers to understand much of the current literature on order statistics, a flourishing field of study that is essential for any practising statistician. • Written in a simple and informal style with numerous examples and exercises • No advanced mathematical or statistical background is required • Now updated by the authors with suggestions for further reading Statistics and Applied Probability | Classics in Applied Mathematics, 54

September 2008 247 x 174 mm 300pp 978-0-89871-648-1 Paperback £38.00

The Concepts and Practice of Mathematical Finance

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Computer science Advanced Data Structures Peter Brass | City College, City University of New York

This graduate-level text explains the implementation and analysis of data structures as a specialised topic in applied algorithms. It examines efficient ways to realise query operations and the history of various structures as they are related to basic concepts of data storage. • This is the only graduate-level textbook on data structures • Contains discussion of numerous structures with their analysis, code examples, implementation details, and in most cases a complete implementation on author homepage • Contains detailed history for each structure with more than 500 references Algorithmics, Complexity, Computer Algebra,Computational Geometry

November 2008 228 x 152 mm 472pp 978-0-521-88037-4 Hardback £39.99

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Computational Complexity A Modern Approach Sanjeev Arora | Princeton University, New Jersey

Describes recent achievements and classical results of computational complexity theory, including interactive proofs, PCP, derandomization, and quantum computation. It can be used as a reference, for self-study, or as a beginning graduate textbook. More than 300 exercises are included. • Contains the modern take on computational complexity as well as the classical • Covers the basics plus advanced topics that appear for the first time in a graduate textbook • More than 300 exercises are included Algorithmics, Complexity, Computer Algebra,Computational Geometry

June 2009 253 x 215 mm 608pp 72 line figures 1 halftone 6 tables 307 exercises 978-0-521-42426-4 Hardback c. £32.50 X

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A Computational Introduction to Number Theory and Algebra

Practical Formal Software Engineering Wanting the Software You Get Bruce Mills | ABB, Perth, Australia

Second edition Victor Shoup | New York University

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This introductory book emphasizes algorithms and applications, and is accessible to a broad audience. The author alternates between theory and applications in order to illustrate the mathematics. This second edition includes many new exercises and worked examples, and has been reorganized to improve presentation and clarity of exposition. • Now contains over 650 exercises, which present new applications to number theory and algebra • Minimal mathematics needed • An ideal textbook for an introductory graduate or advanced undergraduate course, geared towards computer science students Algorithmics, Complexity, Computer Algebra,Computational Geometry

December 2008 247 x 174 mm 600pp 650 exercises 280 worked examples 978-0-521-51644-0 Hardback £35.00 X

Application Development and Software Engineering

February 2009 247 x 187 mm 376pp 6 tables 197 exercises 978-0-521-87903-3 Hardback £35.00 X

Multiagent Systems

A Second Course in Formal Languages and Automata Theory

Algorithmic, Game-Theoretic, and Logical Foundations Yoav Shoham | Stanford University, California

Jeffrey Shallit | University of Waterloo, Ontario

This graduate textbook covers topics in the theory of computation not usually covered in a first course. It explains combinatorics on words, regular languages, context-free languages, parsing and recognition, Turing machines, and other language classes, repetitions in words, state complexity, the interchange lemma, 2DPDAs, and more. • Covers many topics, such as repetitions in words, state complexity, the interchange lemma, 2DPDAs and the compressibility method, not covered in other textbooks • Includes 200 exercises • Each chapter offers suggestions for term projects and research problems in the area Algorithmics, Complexity, Computer Algebra,Computational Geometry

November 2008 228 x 152 mm 260pp 12 tables 241 exercises 978-0-521-86572-2 Hardback £30.00 A

Multiagent systems are those that include multiple autonomous entities with either diverging information or diverging interests, or both. This thorough introduction to a burgeoning field is written from a computer science perspective, while bringing together ideas from operations research, game theory, economics, logic, and even philosophy and linguistics. • First rigorous introduction covering multiagent systems • Covers broad area including computer science, game theory, and logic • Does not require knowledge beyond typical undergraduate study and offers background material for probability theory, classical logic, and mathematical programming Artificial Intelligence and Natural Language Processing

January 2009 253 x 177 mm 496pp 14 tables 978-0-521-89943-7 Hardback £35.00 A New in Paperback Textbook

Algorithmic Aspects of Graph Connectivity

Finding Out About

Hiroshi Nagamochi | Kyoto University, Japan

With applications in communication, transportation, and production, graph connectivity has thrived using the theory of complexity and algorithms in modern computer science. This is the first thorough book on this central notion in graph and network theory, and covers new concepts and algorithms for quicker and more efficient computing. • Starts from basic materials of graph theory • Up-to-date topics and algorithms in the area of graph connectivity • Covers new concepts and algorithms for quicker and more efficient computing Algorithmics, Complexity, Computer Algebra,Computational Geometry | Encyclopedia of Mathematics and its Applications, 123

October 2008 234 x 156 mm 392pp 1 table 978-0-521-87864-7 Hardback £50.00

A textbook with a practical bent, for final year undergraduate and graduate students, emphasising formal methods in writing robust code quickly. Assuming prior experience with C, C++, or Java programming languages, this book examines the interaction between code in a physical machine and the logic applied in creating the software. • Takes readers through the creation of a complete software package based around a theme of the construction of a game engine • Teaches software engineering as engineering, rather than mathematics or business • Illustrates extensive worked examples with 1000 lines of code

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A Cognitive Perspective on Search Engine Technology and the WWW Richard K. Belew | University of California, San Diego

Introduces the idea of Finding Out About (FOA) as the process of actively seeking relevant information, and many of its facets – creating a good characterisation of what the user seeks, inferring semantic features of content from syntactic clues contained in documents, and evaluating whether search engines are performing well. • Relevant to both technical ‘number people’ and literate ‘word people’ • Integrated software allows easy experimentation • Supporting website includes errata and resources for instructors Artificial Intelligence and Natural Language Processing

October 2008 235 x 178 mm 384pp 10 halftones 5 plates 20 tables 60 exercises 978-0-521-63028-3 Hardback £42.00 A 978-0-521-73446-2 Paperback £24.99 A


Computer science

Modeling and Reasoning with Bayesian Networks Adnan Darwiche | University of California, Los Angeles

This book provides a thorough introduction to the formal foundations and practical applications of Bayesian networks. It provides an extensive discussion of techniques for building Bayesian networks that model real-world situations, including techniques for synthesizing models from design, learning models from data, and debugging models using sensitivity analysis. • Assumes very little background, making it ideal for students and researchers new to the field • Extensive coverage of modelling techniques and algorithms for both exact and approximate inference • In-depth treatment of the underlying theory, perfect as a springboard for further research Artificial Intelligence and Natural Language Processing

May 2009 253 x 215 mm 576pp 236 line figures 10 halftones 64 tables 342 exercises 978-0-521-88438-9 Hardback c. £40.00 A Textbook

Quantum Computing for Computer Scientists Noson S. Yanofsky | Brooklyn College, City University of New York

If you want to understand (or teach) quantum computing without really advanced maths, this textbook is for you. Written for computer science students, it slices through the layers of mathematics that often surround the topic, and explains the quirks of quantum mechanics using step-by-step examples, exercises and heaps of illustrations. • Explains quantum mechanics in a way that makes sense to computer scientists • Includes more than 200 hands-on exercises to build confidence and understanding • Features quantum computing experiments using MATLAB, to bring the ideas alive on your computer Cryptography ,Cryptology and Coding

November 2008 253 x 177 mm 368pp 4 halftones 245 exercises 978-0-521-87996-5 Hardback £38.00 X

From Semantics to Computer Science Essays in Honour of Gilles Kahn Edited by Yves Bertot | INRIA-Sophia Antipolis, France

This volume of articles by leading computer scientists emphasises the achievements of Gilles Kahn, and examines the significance of his contributions to computer science. The authors also reflect upon the future development of information technology and the ways in which it will continue to affect other scientific disciplines. • Consists of 26 essays, each written by leading researchers in their field • Topics addressed range from semantics, to medical imaging, to bioinformatics, and beyond • Combines more traditional topics with advanced and contemporary research in computer science

Python for Software Design How to Think Like a Computer Scientist Allen B. Downey | Olin College of Engineering, Massachusetts

A no-nonsense introduction to software design using the Python programming language. The focus is on the programming process, with special emphasis on debugging. The book includes a wide range of exercises, from short examples to substantial projects, so that students have ample opportunity to practise each new concept. • No-nonsense style, perfect for beginning undergraduates and first-time programmers • Difficult concepts explained in bite-size portions • Lots of exercises, from short examples to substantial projects, with solutions and example code available from www.thinkpython.com Programming Languages and Applied Logic

May 2009 253 x 215 mm 224pp 25 line figures 118 exercises 978-0-521-89811-9 Hardback c. £45.00 A 978-0-521-72596-5 Paperback c. £22.99 A

The Space and Motion of Communicating Agents Robin Milner | University of Cambridge

Robin Milner’s unified and rigorous structural theory, based on bigraphs, for systems of interacting agents, enables us to model networks of agents and understand and optimise their behaviour. It bridges existing theories of concurrent processes and aspirations for ubiquitous systems, and is destined to have far-reaching and profound significance. • New and significant work from Turing Award winner Robin Milner • Presumes no prior knowledge of the mathematical structures employed • Contains exercises and their solutions, worked examples and a glossary of terms Programming Languages and Applied Logic

March 2009 228 x 152 mm 200pp 50 exercises 15 worked examples 978-0-521-49030-6 Hardback c. £50.00 A 978-0-521-73833-0 Paperback c. £25.00 A

Handbook of Practical Logic and Automated Reasoning John Harrison | Intel Corporation, Portland, Oregon

A self-contained and broad-based account of the concepts, the machinery and the use of automated reasoning. It’s ideal for those seeking a one-stop source for the subject. The approach is constructive, concrete and algorithmic: importantly, methods are described with reference to actual implementations (for which code is supplied). • One stop reference that is broad-based and self-contained • Constructive approach that enables topics to be discussed algorithmically; implementation of these algorithms provided as code • Can be used as a reference, or as a place to learn the fundamentals, either in conjunction with advanced courses or for self study Programming Languages and Applied Logic

March 2009 247 x 174 mm 704pp 10 tables 155 exercises 978-0-521-89957-4 Hardback c. £75.00 A

Programming Languages and Applied Logic

May 2009 247 x 174 mm 570pp 7 halftones 4 tables 10 worked examples 978-0-521-51825-3 Hardback c. £70.00 A

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Bose-Condensed Gases at Finite Temperatures

The Student’s Introduction to MATHEMATICA ®

Allan Griffin | University of Toronto

A Handbook for Precalculus, Calculus, and Linear Algebra Second edition Bruce F. Torrence | Randolph-Macon College, Virginia

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A new edition of this well loved book completely rewritten for Mathematica 6. This book can be used in a variety of courses, from precalculus to linear algebra. Used as a supplementary text it will aid in bridging the gap between the mathematics in the course and Mathematica. • New fully revised edition for Mathematica 6 includes coverage of the new dynamic interface elements, a new chapter on programming, and several hundred exercises • Book is ordered sequentially by mathematical topic and is written in an easy to read, informal style, by professors who have been teaching these topics with Mathematica for 15 years • Website www.cambridge.org/books/torrence offers solutions to all exercises in the form of downloadable Mathematica notebooks Scientific Computing, Scientific Software

December 2008 246 x 189 mm 488pp 50 halftones 5 tables 220 exercises 978-0-521-71789-2 Paperback £25.99 X

Condensed Matter Physics, Nanoscience and Mesoscopic Physics

December 2008 247 x 174 mm 472pp 3 halftones 978-0-521-83702-6 Hardback £65.00 A

Electrons and Phonons in Semiconductor Multilayers Second edition B. K. Ridley | University of Essex

Physics Ab Initio Molecular Dynamics Basic Theory and Advanced Methods Dominik Marx | Ruhr-Universität, Bochum, Germany

The first coherent presentation of this rapidly growing field, this fascinating text for graduate students and researchers covers a vast range of methods and their applications, from basic theory to advanced methods. It contains systematic derivations of various techniques, and discusses the special features of the Car-Parrinello approach. • Discusses the Car-Parrinello approach and its special features helping to correct various misconceptions currently found in research literature • Allows readers to understand widely used program packages and to improve their own programs by featuring pseudo-code and program layout • Enables readers to assess the pros and cons of commonly used ab initio simulation methods by including systematic derivations of ab initio molecular dynamics schemes Computational Science and Modelling

February 2009 247 x 174 mm 584pp 978-0-521-89863-8 Hardback c. £45.00

The first treatment of Bose Einstein condensation at finite temperatures, this book presents a thorough account of the theory of two-component dynamics and nonequilibrium behaviour in superfluid Bose gases for researchers and graduate students in ultracold atom physics, atomic, molecular and optical physics, and condensed matter physics. • Uses a simplified microscopic model to give a clear, explicit account of collective modes in both the collisionless and two-fluid hydrodynamic regions • Major topics are introduced at an elementary level, before more detailed treatments are given • Gives detailed ‘hands-on’ instructions on how to solve kinetic equations using Monte Carlo techniques

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Advanced Condensed Matter Physics Len Sander | University of Michigan

This text adopts a modern, unified approach to topics that are not often featured in other books on this subject. Favouring physical reasoning over complex mathematical formalism it is suitable for advanced undergraduate and graduate students in physics, chemistry and engineering. • Includes treatment of surfaces and superfluids in the context of CMP, which is not a common feature of other textbooks on the subject • Intended for use in the classroom; featuring extensive problems to encourage self-practice and aid with the assimilation of material • Emphasizes physical reasoning, avoiding complex formalism that can sometimes obscure the underlying physics Condensed Matter Physics, Nanoscience and Mesoscopic Physics

February 2009 246 x 189 mm 288pp 55 halftones 77 exercises 978-0-521-87290-4 Hardback c. £40.00 X

With new chapters on spin relaxation, the hexagonal wurtzite lattice, nitride structures, and terahertz sources, this second edition will interest graduate students and researchers in semiconductor physics. It is unique in describing the microscopic theory of optical phonons, their change in nature due to confinement, and their interaction with electrons. • Four new chapters – spin relaxation, the hexagonal wurtzite lattice, nitride structures, and terahertz sources • Describes how confinement of electrons and phonons in quantum wells and wires affects the physical properties of the semiconductor • Unique in describing the microscopic theory of optical phonons, their change in nature due to confinement, and their interaction with electrons Condensed Matter Physics, Nanoscience and Mesoscopic Physics

May 2009 247 x 174 mm 380pp 183 halftones 978-0-521-51627-3 Hardback c. £70.00 A

Quantum Transport Introduction to Nanoscience Yuli Nazarov | Technische Universiteit Delft, The Netherlands

A comprehensive introduction to the rapidly developing field of quantum transport, this textbook is ideal for graduate students, and will also interest researchers and professionals working in nanoscience. It presents the comprehensive theoretical background, and explores groundbreaking experiments, and contains control questions and exercises throughout. • Contains over 100 control questions and exercises, and nearly 200 figures, making it an ideal textbook for graduate students • Explores the groundbreaking experiments that laid the foundations of the field that are fascinating to both scientists and experts from other fields • Gives a thorough overview of the field of quantum transport including the most recent developments Condensed Matter Physics, Nanoscience and Mesoscopic Physics

May 2009 246 x 189 mm 654pp 74 halftones 112 exercises 978-0-521-83246-5 Hardback c. £50.00 X


Physics

New in Paperback

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Electronic Structure

The Primordial Density Perturbation

Basic Theory and Practical Methods Richard M. Martin | University of Illinois, UrbanaChampaign

Cosmology, Inflation and the Origin of Structure David H. Lyth | Lancaster University

The study of the electronic structure of materials is at a momentous stage, with the emergence of new computational methods and theoretical approaches. Many properties of materials can now be determined directly from fundamental equations of quantum mechanics, bringing new insights into critical problems in physics, chemistry, and materials science. • An associated web site features additional resources for students • Presents a unified exposition of the basic theory and methods of electronic structure, showing similarities and differences, advantages and disadvantages • Contains extensive exercises to challenge the reader and aid in selfstudy

The origin and evolution of the primordial perturbation is key to understanding structure formation in the earliest stages of the Universe. Giving a thorough account of theoretical cosmology and perturbations in the early Universe, this graduate-level textbook describes their observational consequences and how such observations relate to primordial physical processes. • Provides a thorough account of theoretical cosmology and perturbations in the early Universe • Assumes only undergraduate-level knowledge of physics • Describes observational consequences and shows how such observations relate to primordial physical processes

Condensed Matter Physics, Nanoscience and Mesoscopic Physics

February 2009 247 x 174 mm 456pp 9 halftones 135 exercises 978-0-521-82849-9 Hardback c. £40.00 X

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Approaches to Quantum Gravity

Quantum Statistical Mechanics William C. Schieve | University of Texas, Austin

Many-body theory stands at the foundation of modern quantum statistical mechanics and it is introduced here to graduates in physics, chemistry, engineering and biology. The book focuses on the foundations of non-equilibrium statistical mechanics, and provides alternative views of quantum statistical mechanics. • The first 10 chapters can serve as a complete one-semester graduate course for students from physics, chemistry, engineering and biology backgrounds • Provides a contemporary understanding of irreversibility, particularly in quantum systems • Contains a discussion of the fundamental Gleason theorem, which is unique amongst textbooks on this subject Condensed Matter Physics, Nanoscience and Mesoscopic Physics

March 2009 247 x 174 mm 496pp 48 exercises 978-0-521-84146-7 Hardback c. £45.00 X

Containing contributions from leading researchers in this field, this book provides a complete overview of this field from the frontiers of theoretical physics research for graduate students and researchers. It introduces the most current approaches to this problem, and reviews their main achievements. • Presents the fundamental issues involved in the construction of a quantum theory of gravity and building up a quantum picture of space and time • Contains question and answer sections, in which the contributors explore the merits and problems of the various approaches • A complete overview of this field from leading researchers at the frontiers of theoretical physics research March 2009 247 x 174 mm 630pp 15 halftones 978-0-521-86045-1 Hardback c. £60.00 A

A First Course in General Relativity Second edition Bernard Schutz | Max-Planck-Institut für Gravitationsphysik, Germany

New in Paperback

Clarity, readability and rigor combine in the second edition of this widely-used textbook to provide the first step into general relativity for undergraduate students with a minimal background in mathematics. Over 300 exercises give students the confidence to work with general relativity and the necessary mathematics. • Provides the first step into general relativity for undergraduate students with a minimal background in mathematics • Over 300 exercises, many new to this edition, with password protected solutions available at www.cambridge.org/9780521887052 • New material includes recent discoveries by astronomers as well as updates on what is currently known about pulsars, modern detectors of gravitational waves, black holes, acceleration of the universe and more April 2009 246 x 189 mm 448pp 1 halftone 327 exercises 978-0-521-88705-2 Hardback c. £35.00 X

Toward a New Understanding of Space, Time and Matter Edited by Daniele Oriti | Universiteit Utrecht, The Netherlands

Cosmology, Relativity and Gravitation

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Cosmology, Relativity and Gravitation

Cosmology, Relativity and Gravitation

Theory of Financial Risk and Derivative Pricing From Statistical Physics to Risk Management Second edition Jean-Philippe Bouchaud | Centre Commissariat à l’Energie Atomique (CEA), Saclay

The substantially expanded second edition of this ground-breaking book summarizes the recent theoretical developments in statistical tools to measure financial markets. A classic reference for graduate students and researchers working in econophysics, and professionals in the analytical markets. • Now expanded to include stochastic processes, data analysis, estimate techniques, path integrals, Ito calculus and much more • New chapters cast a fresh look at derivative pricing, financial products and markets which is completely different from anything else available in the literature • Contains a mixture of cutting edge results and basic knowledge to make for the most complete and up-to-date text on the subject Econophysics and Financial Physics

January 2009 247 x 174 mm 400pp 20 tables 978-0-521-74186-6 Paperback c. £30.00 A

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Building Scientific Apparatus Fourth edition John H. Moore | University of Maryland, College Park

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Unrivalled in its completeness, this guide to the design and construction of scientific apparatus is essential reading for all scientists and students in physical, chemical and biological sciences, and engineering. Detectors, low-temperature measurements, and high-pressure apparatus, updated engineering specifications, are all new to this edition. • Describes the step-by-step mechanical construction of apparatus, practical electronics design, glass-blowing, tricks of the trade and laboratory techniques, to enable the reader to start working in the lab straight away • Features new sections on detectors, low-temperature measurements, high-pressure apparatus and updated engineering specifications for all those who bought the previous editions • Supported by over 400 figures and tables, to permit specification of the components of apparatus General and Classical Physics

March 2009 234 x 213 mm 670pp 978-0-521-87858-6 Hardback c. £45.00

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Discovering the Expanding Universe Harry Nussbaumer | Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Zürich

The discovery of the expanding universe is one of the most exciting exploits in astronomy. This book explores its development from Einstein, through to Lemaître, Hubble and Humason. It is of interest to scientists, students, and all those interested in the history of astronomy and cosmology. • Charts the history of one of the major discoveries of astronomy – the expanding universe • Explores the theory’s development in the early 20th century, from Einstein, through to Lemaître, Hubble and Humason • Uses original sources and primary literature to shed new light on commonly held misconceptions History, Philosophy and Foundations of Physics

April 2009 247 x 174 mm 264pp 49 halftones 978-0-521-51484-2 Hardback c. £30.00 A

Heisenberg and the Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics The Physicist as Philosopher Kristian Camilleri | University of Melbourne

This new perspective on Heisenberg’s interpretation of quantum mechanics will interest researchers and graduate students in the history and philosophy of physics. It traces the development of Heisenberg’s philosophy of quantum mechanics, beginning with his positivism of the mid-1920s, and culminating with his ‘linguistic turn’ in the 1940s and 1950s. • Easy-to-follow introductory section to every chapter stating the key conclusions allows readers to pick and mix sections of interest • Clear language free of unnecessary technical jargon makes an enjoyable read • Includes material from German and French primary sources not previously translated into English History, Philosophy and Foundations of Physics

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 232pp 1 halftone 978-0-521-88484-6 Hardback c. £45.00 A

Quantum Theory at the Crossroads Reconsidering the 1927 Solvay Conference Guido Bacciagaluppi

This book contains a complete translation of the original proceedings of the 1927 Solvay conference, with background essays and an extensive analysis in light of current research. This book will be of interest to graduate students and researchers in physics, and the history and philosophy of quantum theory. • The very first English translation of the Fifth Solvay Congress • Contains background essays on the conference and on the three main interpretations of quantum theory presented • A self-contained review of the quantum measurement problem as understood today History, Philosophy and Foundations of Physics

February 2009 247 x 174 mm 608pp 2 halftones 978-0-521-81421-8 Hardback £70.00 A

Pattern Formation and Dynamics in Nonequilibrium Systems Michael C. Cross

Designed for graduate students in biology, chemistry, engineering, mathematics, and physics, this introductory textbook provides a systematic account of the experiments, simulations, and theory that explain how complex patterns form in sustained nonequilibrium systems. It contains numerous illustrative worked examples, and over 150 exercises. • A systematic account of the basic science common to biology, chemistry, engineering, mathematics and physics • Discusses the role of experiments, simulation, and analytics, and gives a careful pedagogical motivation of key concepts • Contains over 150 exercises and numerous illustrative worked examples Nonlinear science and Fluid Dynamics

May 2009 247 x 174 mm 536pp 54 halftones 154 exercises 30 worked examples 978-0-521-77050-7 Hardback c. £45.00 X

Dynamics of SelfOrganized and SelfAssembled Structures Rashmi C. Desai | University of Toronto

Describing how pattern formation processes occur and how they can be modeled, this interdisciplinary book is ideal for graduate courses. It is also a useful reference in a number of disciplines, including condensed matter science, nonequilibrium statistical mechanics, nonlinear dynamics, chemical biophysics, materials science, and engineering. • In contrast to many treatments, both equilibrium and far-fromequilibrium phenomena are discussed here, providing a useful summary for graduates • Theoretical models are illustrated by experimental results • Relevant to a broad range of disciplines from condensed matter science, and chemical biophysics to materials science, and engineering Nonlinear science and Fluid Dynamics

April 2009 247 x 174 mm 360pp 60 halftones 978-0-521-88361-0 Hardback c. £40.00 A


Physics

Classical Optics and its Applications Second edition Masud Mansuripur

Covering a broad range of fundamental topics in classical optics and electro-magnetism, this book is ideal for graduate-level courses. Scientists and engineers will also find it an invaluable resource. Now in color, this second edition contains 13 new chapters, covering many topics of fundamental significance as well as practical importance. • Now in color with 13 new chapters covering optical pulse compression, the Hanbury Brown-Twiss experiment, the Sagnac effect, Doppler shift and stellar aberration, and optics of semiconductor diode lasers • Contains hundreds of computer simulations, allowing the reader to grasp the concepts through pictures rather than equations • Deals with fundamental concepts in classical optics and electromagnetism, before covering the operation of optical instruments and systems Optics, Optoelectronics and Photonics

The Kerr Spacetime Rotating Black Holes in General Relativity Edited by David L. Wiltshire | University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand

A unique, comprehensive overview of the Kerr space-time this book provides an excellent introduction for researchers and graduate students in observational and theoretical astrophysics, general relativity, and high-energy physics. It contains original contributions and historical accounts from pioneers in the theory and observation of black holes, including Roy Kerr. • Excellent introduction to the Kerr space-time, covering all aspects, from mathematical relativity to astrophysical applications and observations, and current theoretical frontiers • Contains chapters by Roy Kerr, including his own description of his 1963 discovery • A comprehensive overview of the Kerr space-time from researchers who have pioneered the theory and observation of black holes Theoretical Physics and Mathematical Physics

February 2009 247 x 174 mm 650pp 30 halftones 978-0-521-88169-2 Hardback c. £45.00 A

January 2009 247 x 174 mm 384pp 60 halftones 978-0-521-88512-6 Hardback c. £60.00 A

Cambridge Illustrated Handbook of Optoelectronics and Photonics

Mathematics for Physics

Safa Kasap

A one-of-a-kind encyclopaedia of important terms and effects in optoelectronics and photonics for undergraduate and graduate students, scientists, engineers and technicians in industry, governments and laboratories. Over 600 clear and self-explanatory illustrations are used to help convey key concepts, and enable readers to quickly grasp important concepts. • Over 600 illustrations illuminate key concepts creating an attractive easy-to-use reference • One-of-a-kind illustrated encyclopedia of important terms in photonics and optoelectronics • Covers everything from materials to optical devices and communications systems Optics, Optoelectronics and Photonics

April 2009 246 x 189 mm 650pp 315 halftones 978-0-521-81596-3 Hardback c. £125.00 R

A Guided Tour for Graduate Students Michael Stone | University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

An engagingly-written account of mathematical tools and ideas, this book provides a graduatelevel introduction to the mathematics used in research in physics. Topics are illustrated through carefully chosen examples, exercises and problems drawn from realistic physics settings. Solutions to the exercises are available at www.cambridge.org/9780521854030. • Compiles many mathematical tools and ideas that the authors have found useful in their own wide-ranging work to prepare graduates for their future careers • Explains subtle but important points often glossed over in more elementary texts, whilst avoiding excess rigour • Carefully-chosen examples, exercises and problems drawn from realistic physics settings, are useful in self-study Theoretical Physics and Mathematical Physics

April 2009 246 x 189 mm 760pp 100 halftones 313 exercises 978-0-521-85403-0 Hardback c. £45.00 X Textbook

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Quantum Mechanics Gennaro Auletta | Pontificia Universitas Gregoriana

A strong narrative, and over 300 worked problems and proofs lead the student from experiment, through general principles of the theory, to modern applications. Advanced undergraduate and graduate students will benefit from this new perspective on the fundamental physical paradigm and its applications. • Covers modern applications of quantum physics not included in other textbooks, including two unique chapters – measurement and quantum optics • Over 300 worked problems and proofs give the students a step-by-step guide to the theory • Online resources include solutions to some problems and 200 figures, some of which are in full colour to help students with independent studies Quantum Physics, Quantum Information and Quantum Computation

April 2009 246 x 189 mm 912pp 65 halftones 318 exercises 978-0-521-86963-8 Hardback c. £45.00 X

A First Course in String Theory Second edition Barton Zwiebach | Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Zwiebach is once again faithful to his goal of making string theory accessible to undergraduates. This text now includes AdS/CFT correspondence, as well introducing superstrings. With almost 300 problems and exercises it is perfectly suited for introductory courses for students with a background in physics. • Includes completely new chapters on AdS/CFT correspondence and strong interactions, and an introduction to superstrings • A detailed and self-contained explanation of string theory at a level that is truly understandable to undergraduates • Presents the main concepts of string theory in a concrete and physical way, with over 100 worked examples and over 180 homework problems (with solutions for instructors) Theoretical Physics and Mathematical Physics

January 2009 246 x 189 mm 670pp 86 halftones 180 exercises 978-0-521-88032-9 Hardback c. £40.00 X

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Quantum Field Theory in Curved Spacetime Quantized Fields and Gravity Leonard Parker | University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

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Suitable for graduate students, this book presents detailed derivations of cosmological and black hole processes in which curved spacetime plays a key role. It explains how such processes in the early universe leave observable consequences today, and how these processes uncover deep connections between gravitation and elementary particles. • Emphasises physically motivated derivations to gradually introduce the material to the reader • Takes the reader from introductory to research level, by including comprehensive discussions of applications to cosmology and black holes • Describes many other aspects of free and interacting quantized fields in curved spacetime to provide a deeper understanding of the material Theoretical Physics and Mathematical Physics | Cambridge Monographs on Mathematical Physics

March 2009 247 x 174 mm 510pp 978-0-521-87787-9 Hardback c. £40.00

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Supersymmetric Solitons M. Shifman | University of Minnesota

In the last decade methods and techniques based on supersymmetry have provided deep insights in quantum chromodynamics and other nonsupersymmetric gauge theories at strong coupling. This book summarizes major advances in critical solitons in supersymmetric theories, and their implications for understanding basic dynamical regularities of nonsupersymmetric theories, for researchers. • Summarizes major advances in critical solitons in supersymmetric theories, and their implications • Focus on non-Abelian strings and confined monopoles; reducing the level of supersymmetry; and domain walls as D-brane prototypes • Provides a thorough review of issues at the cutting edge, such as nonAbelian flux tubes Theoretical Physics and Mathematical Physics | Cambridge Monographs on Mathematical Physics

February 2009 247 x 174 mm 280pp 6 halftones 978-0-521-51638-9 Hardback c. £60.00 A

CP Violation Second edition I. I. Bigi | University of Notre Dame, Indiana

Reflecting on the explosion of research activities in this field over the last decade, this second edition has been substantially expanded. Suitable for graduate students and researchers in high energy physics, atomic and nuclear physics, the book presents the information and theoretical tools necessary to understand this phenomenon. • Substantially expanded to cover the explosion of new results over the last decade • Presents the theoretical tools necessary to understand CP violation, from basic principles to the front-line of research • Suitable for researchers in high energy, atomic and nuclear physics and the history and philosophy of science Theoretical Physics and Mathematical Physics | Cambridge Monographs on Particle Physics, Nuclear Physics and Cosmology, 28

April 2009 247 x 174 mm 544pp 31 halftones 112 exercises 978-0-521-84794-0 Hardback c. £80.00 A

NMR Studies of Translational Motion Principles and Applications William S. Price | University of Western Sydney

Translational motion in solution is at the heart of chemical and biochemical reactivity. This overview describes the physical basis of NMR measurement techniques, balancing theory with experimental observations. A detailed discussion of magnetic field gradient methods applied to MRI, alongside extensive referencing throughout, provides a timely, definitive book for researchers. • Comprehensive treatment of NMR measurements of translational motion, especially diffusion • Exhaustive referencing • Wide ranging discussion of applications including clinical Physical chemistry | Cambridge Molecular Science

January 2009 247 x 174 mm 440pp 3 halftones 978-0-521-80696-1 Hardback c. £70.00 A

Earth, atmospheric sciences Cloud and Precipitation Microphysics Principles and Parameterizations Jerry Straka | University of Oklahoma

This book explains how the parameterization or mathematical representation of complex physics is developed and used for accurate numerical predictions of cloud and precipitation. It presents full derivations of these parameterizations, and, supported by online model codes, allows researchers and students to build parameterization packages at varying levels of complexity. • Demonstrates the strengths and weaknesses of parameterizations for observationalists and modelers • Provides the necessary building blocks for creating cloud and precipitational microphysical models and explains the theory behind the models • Focuses specifically on bin and bulk parameterizations of cloud and precipitation prediction, unlike other books on the same subject Atmospheric science and meteorology

May 2009 247 x 174 mm 384pp 978-0-521-88338-2 Hardback c. £70.00

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Atmospheric Thermodynamics Elementary Physics and Chemistry Jerry North | Texas A & M University

This textbook uniquely integrates physics and chemistry in the study of atmospheric thermodynamics. It explains the classical laws of thermodynamics, focuses on various fluid systems, discusses chemical thermodynamics, and contains helpful student resources. Ideal for single-semester advanced courses on atmospheric thermodynamics, it prepares students for higher-level synoptic and dynamics courses. • Unique in linking both chemistry and physics to the study of atmospheric thermodynamics • Includes 100 worked examples with emphasis on computation, to help the student understand the topics discussed, and 100 end-of-chapter problems with solutions at the back • Maths, physics and chemistry refreshers serve as useful reminder to students Atmospheric science and meteorology

April 2009 247 x 174 mm 264pp 34 halftones 10 tables 100 exercises 978-0-521-89963-5 Hardback c. £35.00 X


Earth, atmospheric sciences

The Garnaut Climate Change Review

Creep and Fracture of Ice Erland M. Schulson

Ross Garnaut | Australian National University, Canberra

The Garnaut Climate Change Review is one of the most important reports to be published in Australia for many years and examines the impacts of climate change on the Australian economy, the costs of adaptation and mitigation, and the international context in which climate change is experienced and negotiated. • The most significant report to be prepared on climate change in Australia • Written by one of Australia’s most well-known and distinguished economists • Includes in-depth discussions of climate change adaptation, transport, forestry, agriculture and Australia’s structural evolution to a low emissions economy Climatology and climate change

October 2008 247 x 174mm 680pp 978-0-521-74444-7 Paperback £35.00

Earth and environmental sciences (general)

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April 2009 247 x 174 mm 432pp 145 halftones 978-0-521-80620-6 Hardback c. £65.00 A

Sustainable Development in Practice

Global Warming The Complete Briefing Fourth edition John Houghton | Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

Sustainomics Methodology and Applications Mohan Munasinghe | Munasinghe Institute for Development, Sri Lanka

Houghton’s market-leading textbook, now in full colour and with the latest IPCC findings, is the definitive guide to climate change. Written for students across a wide range of disciplines, its simple, logical flow of ideas gives an invaluable grounding in the science, impacts and need for action on global warming. • Written by a leading figure at the forefront of action to confront humanity’s most serious environmental problem • Fully updated with new findings from the Nobel Prize-winning IPCC 2007 report • Outlines action that could be taken by governments, by industry and by individuals, to get students thinking about possible solutions Climatology and climate change

April 2009 246 x 189 mm 352pp 978-0-521-88256-9 Hardback c. £60.00 978-0-521-70916-3 Paperback c. £24.99

This is the first complete account of the physics of the creep and fracture of ice, their interconnectivity, and the relationship between its structure and mechanical properties. Written by experts in the field, it is ideal for graduate students, engineers and scientists in Earth and planetary science, and materials science. • Critically reviews creep and fracture of ice from physical mechanism perspective, enabling reader to understand deformation of ice within conceptual framework of materials science • Includes applications to creep of glaciers and ice sheets and to fracture of floating ice covers and ice forces on structures, linking science to engineering, research to field work • Applies knowledge of ice to metals, rock and minerals, developing appreciation of physical interconnectedness of creep and fracture across a range of crystalline materials

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The Concise Geologic Time Scale James G. Ogg | Purdue University, Indiana

This handbook provides a concise summary of Earth’s history over the past 4.5 billion years including time scale charts that present the most up to date, international standard and a handy, detachable laminated card. It is an essential reference for all geoscientists, including researchers, students, and petroleum and mining professionals. • Presents the standardized definitions of the geologic stages as approved by the International Commission on Stratigraphy and correlates these to regional stages • Illustrated in colour throughout with plate reconstruction maps, detailed time scale charts, stratigraphic profiles and photographs for each geologic period • Presents an overview of the methods used to create the time scale so readers can get an appreciation of resolution and accuracy issues • Includes a handy, detachable laminated card of the summary time scale chart

This book provides a practical analysis of current sustainable development prospects by applying the innovative sustainomics framework. It explains the key principles underlying sustainomics, illustrates the methodology with wide-ranging empirical and policy-relevant case studies, and is useful for students, researchers, policy analysts and development practitioners. • Written by the Vice Chairman of the Nobel Prize-winning Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change • Introduces the innovative sustainomics framework, providing the reader with a practical and policy-relevant route to future sustainable development • Provides numerous case studies over a wide range of time and geographic scales Environmental policy, economics and law

May 2009 247 x 174 mm 658pp 15 halftones 978-0-521-89540-8 Hardback c. £80.00 A 978-0-521-71972-8 Paperback c. £40.00 A

Sandstone Landforms Ann Young | University of Wollongong, New South Wales

This book describes the wide variety of landforms that are found in sandstone, and discusses the role of lithological variation, chemical weathering and erosional processes in creating these features, with examples drawn from around the world. It is written for researchers and graduate students in geography, geomorphology, sedimentology and geomechanics. • Provides a summary of relevant literature from several languages, making new material accessible to the reader • Presents a global approach that demonstrates the enormous scope and variety of sandstone landforms • Includes 130 photographs that effectively illustrate the explanations in the text Geomorphology and physical geography

April 2009 247 x 174 mm 332pp 116 halftones 5 tables 978-0-521-87733-6 Hardback c. £70.00 A

Earth and environmental sciences (general)

September 2008 246 x 189 mm 184pp 3 halftones 14 tables 978-0-521-89849-2 Hardback £20.00 A

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Hydroclimatology Perspectives and Applications Marlyn L. Shelton | University of California, Davis

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This book discusses how hydroclimatology couples key information from climatology and hydrology to examine the changes caused by the climate system in the hydrologic cycle. Assessing the effects of this relationship on floods, drought and other water resource issues, this is a useful textbook for students in atmospheric science, hydrology, Earth and environmental science. • Features a different interdisciplinary approach towards hydrology and climatology • End-of-chapter review questions allow students to assimilate their understanding of the material presented • Contains a chapter on remote sensing, where students can focus on satellite and radar technologies specifically applicable to hydroclimatology Hydrology, hydrogeology and water resources

December 2008 247 x 174 mm 440pp 54 halftones 978-0-521-84888-6 Hardback £45.00 A

Gravitational Systems of Groundwater Flow Theory, Evaluation, Utilization József Tóth | Loránd Eötvös University, Budapest

This volume provides a thorough overview of gravity-driven groundwater flow from one of the founding fathers of the field. Emphasising groundwater flow as a fundamental geologic agent, the book examines the history, principles, scientific consequences and practical utilization, illustrated with diverse examples and supplemented by an extensive glossary. • Written by one of the founding fathers of the modern discipline of hydrogeology, with over 45 years of experience in the subject • Provides an introduction to the theory and applications of gravitydriven groundwater flow, serving as a road map for further research in the field • Incorporates a glossary with unambiguous and rigorous definitions of relevant terms, making the book valuable for a wide, multidisciplinary readership Hydrology, hydrogeology and water resources

April 2009 247 x 174 mm 288pp 41 halftones 978-0-521-88638-3 Hardback c. £70.00 A

Geological Fluid Dynamics Sub-Surface Flow and Reactions Owen M. Phillips | The Johns Hopkins University

This book describes essential scientific concepts and tools for hydrologists and public health ecologists concerned with fluid flow, transport and contamination in rocks and sediments, and for geologists who interpret patterns of mineralization. It is ideal for graduate students and professionals in hydrology, water resources, and aqueous geochemistry. • Integrates physics and chemistry of groundwater flow and reactions to help the reader understand the relationship between these phenomena • Gives quantitative comparisons between theory and results of field measurements in USA and Europe assessing applicability of theoretical results • Provides many simple formulae for various flow characteristics that may be difficult to measure directly, these include relaxation times, response times, flow velocities and more Hydrology, hydrogeology and water resources

February 2009 247 x 174 mm 304pp 6 halftones 978-0-521-86555-5 Hardback c. £40.00 A

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Principles of Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology Second edition Anthony Philpotts | Yale University, Connecticut

This textbook explains petrologic concepts through simple physical and chemical principles and quantitative applications. With instructive end-of-chapter quantitative problem sets and over 350 illustrations, this new edition is designed for intermediate and advanced courses in igneous and metamorphic petrology. • Builds an in-depth understanding of petrologic principles through a quantitative approach, supported by instructive end-of-chapter problem sets • Illustrated with over 350 figures, with all phase diagrams accompanied by photomicrographs, linking descriptive aspects of petrology with the fundamental principles governing the origin of rocks • Provides an introduction to complex software programs by promoting an understanding of the thermodynamic principles governing phase equilibria Mineralogy, petrology and volcanology

January 2009 276 x 219 mm 656pp 196 halftones 18 tables 192 exercises 978-0-521-88006-0 Hardback c. £40.00 X

Estuaries Dynamics, Mixing, Sedimentation and Morphology David Prandle | University of Liverpool

This volume outlines practical formulae and new hypotheses for the dynamics, sediment regimes and morphological evolution in estuaries. Enabling readers to compare different estuaries, and develop monitoring and modeling strategies for short and long-term management issues, it is a valuable reference for students of physical oceanography and estuary engineering, and professional researchers. • Summarises the core theory underlying the physical development of estuaries – from the classical theories of the 1960s to the latest research models • Considers strategies for the sustainable exploitation of estuaries • Looks at how estuaries may adapt to global climate change • Compares and contrasts different estuaries around the world Oceanography and marine science

January 2009 247 x 174 mm 256pp 978-0-521-88886-8 Hardback c. £65.00

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Planetary Crusts Their Composition, Origin and Evolution S. Ross Taylor | Australian National University, Canberra

This is the first book to explain how and why solid planets and satellites develop crusts. It presents an up-to-date survey and comparative analysis of crustal development on different planetary bodies, and is a key reference for researchers and students in geology, geochemistry, planetary science, astrobiology, and astronomy. • Investigates the crustal development of solid planetary bodies from the perspective of comparative planetology and Solar System evolution • Written by two of the world’s leading authorities on planetary geochemistry • Critically evaluates current issues of controversy and debate to provide a road-map for future research Planetary science and astrobiology | Cambridge Planetary Science, 10

December 2008 247 x 174 mm 400pp 31 halftones 30 tables 978-0-521-84186-3 Hardback £70.00 A


Earth, atmospheric sciences

Petrology of Sedimentary Rocks

Seismic Interferometry Gerald Schuster | University of Utah

Second edition Sam Boggs | University of Oregon

This textbook highlights the physical, chemical, and biologic properties of sedimentary rocks, revealed through petrographic microscopy, geochemical techniques, and field study. Fully updated and discussing several cutting-edge techniques, this second edition is ideal for advanced undergraduates and graduates in sedimentary petrology, and for researchers and professional petroleum geoscientists. • Extensively illustrated with photographs and diagrams to promote understanding of the geological features discussed • Provides a list at the end of each chapter of pertinent additional texts to encourage readers to examine the perspectives of different authors • Written by a leading researcher in the field with over 30 years experience of teaching sedimentary petrology Sedimentology and stratigraphy

February 2009 247 x 174 mm 648pp 167 halftones 53 tables 978-0-521-89716-7 Hardback £50.00 A

This book describes the theory and practice of seismic interferometry for creating unprecedented views of the Earth’s subsurface structures. With numerous exercises and MATLAB codes, it is a valuable reference for academic researchers and oil industry professionals, and can be used on advanced courses in geophysics and petroleum engineering. • The first book to fully describe the new technique of seismic interferometry, with examples from exploration and earthquake geophysics • Includes end-of-chapter review questions that allow readers to monitor their understanding of the material presented • Is supplemented by online MATLAB codes for forward modeling and interferometry simulation Solid earth geophysics

April 2009 247 x 174 mm 304pp 77 halftones 978-0-521-87124-2 Hardback c. £70.00 A

Earthquakes and Tsunamis in the Past

Earthquakes in the Mediterranean and Middle East

A Guide to Techniques in Historical Seismology Emanuela Guidoboni

This reference volume examines historical evidence from the last 4000 years to analyse earthquakes in the eastern Mediterranean and Middle East. With reviews of historical seismology techniques and a catalogue of 4000 earthquakes identified from historical sources, it is useful for archaeologists, historians, earth scientists, engineers and earthquake hazard analysts. • Written by one of the word’s leading authorities on historical seismology with more than 40 years of experience in the region • Presents a catalogue of more than 4000 earthquakes, including magnitude and location information • Is accompanied by an online parametric catalogue to download

This important reference book for scientists, engineers, historians and archaeologists, defines the discipline of historical seismology by detailing the latest research methodologies for studying historical earthquakes and tsunamis. Incorporating examples from a broad geographic region to illustrate key techniques, it provides an important basis for understanding future seismic hazards. • Includes a simple tutorial chapter on earthquakes and tsunamis, making the subject accessible to non-scientist readers • Summarizes the latest scientific methods for determining seismological parameters, such as earthquake location, strength and size, from historical data • Presents practical suggestions for constructing historical earthquake databases for the new researcher and the established professional

Solid earth geophysics

Solid earth geophysics

June 2009 276 x 219 mm 795pp 83 halftones 23 maps 978-0-521-87292-8 Hardback c. £120.00 A

January 2009 247 x 174 mm 608pp 140 halftones 978-0-521-83795-8 Hardback £80.00 A

A Multidisciplinary Study of Seismicity up to 1900 Nicholas Ambraseys | Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, London

The Rock Physics Handbook Tools for Seismic Analysis of Porous Media Second edition Gary Mavko | Stanford University, California

Focusing on the relationships between geophysical observations and the underlying physical properties of rocks, this book provides practical solutions to problems in geophysical data interpretation. With over 40% new material and MATLAB routines for implementing rock physics formulas, this second edition is a vital resource for reservoir geophysicists and engineers. • Contains appendices of key information for use as model parameters and lists assumptions and limitations for various models to help users to avoid common pitfalls • Demonstrates how to implement various rock physics formulae presented in book with worked examples and MATLAB codes • Presents short, technical summaries to allow quick access to key results Solid earth geophysics

April 2009 247 x 174 mm 544pp 28 tables 978-0-521-86136-6 Hardback c. £45.00

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Applied Geostatistics with SGeMS

The Southern Sky Guide Third edition David Ellyard

A User’s Guide Nicolas Remy

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This practical book provides a detailed guide to using algorithms from the Stanford Geostatistical Modeling Software (SGeMS), an open-source computer package for solving problems involving spatially related variables. Accompanied by a CD with the software, it’s an essential user-guide for Earth Science graduates, and practitioners of environmental and petroleum engineering. • Includes a CD-ROM with the full SGeMS software and example scripts for generating the figures in the book • Each algorithm description is accompanied by an example demonstration, encouraging readers to replicate the examples to develop an intuition for the impact of individual parameters • A tutorial chapter presents an overview of the software to the reader for a hands-on approach to discovering SGeMS (i.e. start SGeMS, interact with it, then refer to the book for details) • Practical tips on which algorithm to use, common pitfalls, etc. are highlighted in grey boxes Solid earth geophysics

January 2009 247 x 174 mm 312pp 94 halftones 978-0-521-51414-9 Hardback £50.00 A

Structural Geology An Introduction to Geometrical Techniques Fourth edition Donal Ragan | Arizona State University

This volume, a combination of undergraduate text and lab book, provides students with a stepby-step guide to solving geometric problems in structural geology. Updated to incorporate new material on stress, deformation, strain and flow, it emphasises the underlying mathematics and provides numerous homework exercises for which solutions are available online. • A uniquely practical book specifically designed for structural geology lab classes, with more than 45,000 copies of the previous editions sold • Provides the relevant introductory mathematics and step-by-step instructions that guide students in using geometric techniques • Includes end-of-chapter exercises with full solutions available online to instructors, and online stereonet plots for student use Structural geology, tectonics and geodynamics

May 2009 246 x 189 mm 624pp 12 halftones 32 tables 242 exercises 978-0-521-89758-7 Hardback c. £80.00 A 978-0-521-74583-3 Paperback c. £35.00 X

Astronomy The Cambridge Double Star Atlas James Mullaney

Over 2000 selected pairs of stars are plotted in this magnificent atlas, each labeled with discoverer, catalog, and/or observatory designations. Spiral bound and printed in red-light friendly colors, it is a must-have for stargazers who want to explore these fascinating objects. • The first modern star atlas devoted to double and multiple stars; a superb introduction to this important class of celestial objects • Over 2000 selected pairs plotted and labeled with discoverer, catalog, and/or observatory designations • Spiral bound and printed in red-light friendly colours; ideal for use in the field Amateur astronomy

February 2009 303 x 228 mm 156pp 978-0-521-49343-7 Paperback c. £27.50

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This book is a comprehensive and easy-to-use guide to the brilliant and ever-changing sights of the southern sky by night. Beginners and advanced sky-watchers alike will get great value from this skilfully written book, whether they are using the naked eye, binoculars or a small telescope. • Clear easy-to-read star maps to help you explore the night sky • Lucid text to introduce the fundamentals of naked-eye astronomy • Tables of sky sights through until 2015 Amateur astronomy

February 2009 297 x 210mm 104pp 50 halftones 978-0-521-71405-1 Paperback £14.99 T

Astronomical Spectrographs and their History John B. Hearnshaw | University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand

An indispensable reference for advanced amateur and professional astronomers, graduate students, and historians of science, this book provides a comprehensive account of spectrographs from their theory and development over the last two hundred years, to the recent advances of the early twenty-first century. • Gives a full account of spectrographs from an historical perspective • Considers all types of spectrographs, including Cassegrain, coudé, prime focus, échelle, fibre-fed, ultraviolet, nebular and others • Contains tables listing significant instruments, around 900 references, and over 150 images – making it an essential reference Astronomy (general)

January 2009 246 x 189 mm 240pp 75 halftones 978-0-521-88257-6 Hardback £70.00 A

Astronomical Applications of Astrometry Ten Years of Exploitation of the Hipparcos Satellite Data Michael Perryman | European Space Agency

This authoritative account of the contributions to science made by the Hipparcos satellite over the last decade is an outstanding reference for astronomers, astrophysicists and cosmologists. It reviews the applications of the data in different areas, and contains a detailed overview of the Hipparcos and Tycho Catalogues. • Features fascinating contributions to astronomy, astrophysics and cosmology made by the Hipparcos mission during its first decade • Describes the state-of-the-art before Hipparcos, and summarises the applications of Hipparcos data • Provides a detailed entry to the relevant literature by featuring more than 3000 references to articles Astrophysics

December 2008 246 x 189 mm 704pp 317 halftones 978-0-521-51489-7 Hardback £70.00 A


Astronomy

Textbook

Structure Formation in Astrophysics

Nucleosynthesis and Chemical Evolution of Galaxies

Edited by Gilles Chabrier | Ecole Normale Superieure, Lyon

Second edition Bernard E. J. Pagel

Now containing material on abundances from stellar populations, nebular analysis, and meteoric isotopic anomalies, and abundance analysis of X-ray gas, this textbook provides a lucid introduction to this interdisciplinary subject for advanced undergraduates and graduate students. It is also an authoritative overview for researchers and professional scientists. • A lucid and wide-ranging introduction to the subject, written by a pioneer of the field • New edition contains results from recent space missions including WMAP and FUSE, and new material on abundances from stellar populations, nebular analysis, and meteoric isotopic anomalies, and abundance analysis of X-ray gas • Simple derivations for key results, together with problems and helpful solution hints, provide students with a better understanding of results from numerical models and real observations Astrophysics

December 2008 247 x 174 mm 456pp 978-0-521-84030-9 Hardback £45.00

Understanding the formation of galaxy clusters, galaxies, stars and planets is one of the most exciting challenges of twenty-first century astronomy. This unique reference for graduate students and researchers gathers together extensive reviews by experts in these areas to cover structure formation at all scales in one volume. • The first book to cover structure formation on various scales in one volume • Contains extensive reviews written by world experts in physics and astrophysics • Addresses current issues and describes state-of-the-art theoretical and numerical methods aimed at understanding these problems Astrophysics | Cambridge Contemporary Astrophysics

January 2009 247 x 174 mm 464pp 71 halftones 978-0-521-88779-3 Hardback £75.00 A

Massive Stars as Cosmic Engines (IAU S250) Edited by Fabio Bresolin | Institute for Astronomy, Hawaii

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Sunspots and Starspots John H. Thomas | University of Rochester, New York

This comprehensive combined account of the properties of sunspots and starspots covers observations and theory, and includes a substantial historical introduction. It is a valuable reference for graduate students and specialists in solar and stellar physics, astronomers, geophysicists, space physicists and experts in fluid dynamics and plasma physics. • The first comprehensive combined account of the properties of sunspots and starspots • Covers observations and theory, and includes a substantial historical introduction • Appendices contain information on observing techniques for sunspots and MHD theory Astrophysics | Cambridge Astrophysics, 46

October 2008 247 x 174 mm 296pp 96 halftones 978-0-521-86003-1 Hardback £65.00 A

Accretion Processes in Star Formation Second edition Lee Hartmann | University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Now containing material on molecular clouds, binaries, star clusters and the stellar initial mass function (IMF), disk evolution and planet formation, this new edition is a comprehensive account of the underlying physical processes of accretion for graduate students and researchers. • Includes new material on molecular clouds, binaries, star clusters and the stellar initial mass function (IMF), disk evolution and planet formation • Brings together current observations, astrophysics and 150 illustrations to clarify the sequence of events in star and planet formation • Presents a complete picture of the formation of stars and planetary systems, from their beginnings in cold clouds of molecular gas to their emergence as new suns with planet-forming disks

Massive stars live short lives, dying as supernovae explosions that enrich the Universe in elements such as oxygen. IAU S250 charts our current understanding of the life, evolution and death of massive stars, both within the local Universe and when the Universe was in its infancy. • Provides an insight into a fast-developing field of contemporary astrophysics from appropriate experts covering a range of overlapping fields • Coverage spans the properties and evolution of massive stars; corecollapse supernovae; young, massive star clusters; stellar populations of high-redshift galaxies; and gamma-ray bursts • Includes summaries of special sessions on magnetic massive stars and massive stars at low metallicity Astrophysics | Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union Symposia and Colloquia

July 2008 247 x 174 mm 600pp 68 halftones 29 tables 978-0-521-87472-4 Hardback £65.00 A

Finding the Big Bang Edited by P. James E. Peebles | Princeton University, New Jersey

Gathered together for the first time, this book contains a collection of essays on research on CMBR in the 1960s by eminent cosmologists who pioneered the work. It is an important resource for anyone interested in what physical science has taught us about the large-scale nature of the physical universe. • Gathered together for the first time, 44 essays by eminent cosmologists on research on CMBR in the 1960s • Two introductory chapters put the essays in context, explaining the ideas behind the expanding universe • An important resource for anyone interested the large-scale nature of the physical universe Cosmology

February 2009 247 x 174 mm 608pp 33 halftones 978-0-521-51982-3 Hardback c. £40.00 A

Astrophysics | Cambridge Astrophysics, 47

November 2008 247 x 174 mm 346pp 60 halftones 978-0-521-53199-3 Paperback £45.00 A

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Cometography

Biomechanics

A Catalog of Comets Volume 4: 1933–1959 Gary W. Kronk

Concepts and Computation Cees Oomens | Technische Universiteit Eindhoven, Holland

The fourth book in multi-volume catalogue of every comet observed throughout history. Material in this book provides a complete discussion of each comet seen from 1933 to 1959. This is truly a ‘one of its kind’ reference on comets for amateur and professional astronomers, and historians of science. • Provides complete details of every comet seen from 1933 to 1959 • Includes physical descriptions made throughout each comet’s apparition • Lists comets in chronological order, and each listing includes complete references to publications relating to the comet

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December 2008 253 x 177 mm 632pp 978-0-521-58507-1 Hardback £130.00

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Introduction to Biomedical Instrumentation The Technology of Patient Care Barbara Christe | Purdue University, Indiana

Designed to introduce the fundamental information necessary for work in the clinical setting, supporting the technology used in patient care. Beginning biomedical equipment technologists can use this to obtain a working vocabulary and elementary knowledge of the industry, developing their roles as knowledgeable, effective members of the patient care team. • Broad survey of all types of equipment • Moderately priced • Study questions at end of chapters, exploring topics on internet Biomedical engineering

May 2009 253 x 215 mm 250pp 7 line figures 48 halftones 7 tables 978-0-521-51512-2 Hardback c. £35.00 P

Digital Image Processing for Medical Applications Geoff Dougherty | California State University, Channel Islands

This practical book for advanced undergraduates and graduate students explains the concepts and the effective use of image processing tools for medical applications. Real medical images and hands-on activities are used to develop the reader’s skill and confidence. All images, publicdomain software and solutions available from www.cambridge.org/ books/dougherty. • Combines intuition with problem-solving, and emphasizes ‘the big picture’ rather than unnecessary details • Accessible end-of-chapter problems reinforce and consolidate understanding; overviews summarize essential material covered in each chapter • Practical computer-based activities build intuition, skills and confidence Biomedical engineering

February 2009 247 x 174 mm 480pp 130 halftones 13 plates 17 tables 130 exercises 13 worked examples 978-0-521-86085-7 Hardback c. £45.00 A

This quantitative approach integrates the basic concepts of mechanics and computational modelling techniques, in a logical progression through a wide range of fundamental biomechanics principles. Online MATLAB-based software along with examples and problems using biomedical applications will motivate undergraduate biomedical engineering students to practise and test their skills. • A quantitative biomechanics approach written for a biomedical engineering course • Begins from basic concepts of mechanics and ends with numerical solution procedures based on Finite Element Modeling • Website includes FEM code written in MATLAB, solutions to exercises in the text and extra problem sets Biomedical engineering | Cambridge Texts in Biomedical Engineering

January 2009 246 x 189 mm 432pp 10 halftones 110 exercises 35 worked examples 978-0-521-87558-5 Hardback c. £40.00 X Textbook

Fundamentals of HighFrequency CMOS Analog Integrated Circuits Duran Leblebici | Istanbul Technical University

Introducing the building blocks of highfrequency ICs in a systematic manner for senior undergraduate and graduate students and practising circuit engineers. Design examples and problems are plentiful, and key issues encountered in real-world design scenarios are addressed. • Solved design examples to guide the reader through the decision process that accompanies each design task, with an emphasis on key trade-offs • Coverage of the major issues that must be taken into account when combining analog and digital circuit building blocks • Simple circuit models enable a robust understanding of high-frequency design fundamentals Circuits and systems

April 2009 247 x 174 mm 300pp 94 tables 25 exercises 26 worked examples 978-0-521-51340-1 Hardback c. £40.00 X

Applied Speech and Audio Processing With Matlab Examples Ian V. McLoughlin | Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

This one-stop resource blends speech and hearing research to describe the key techniques of speech and audio processing. MATLAB examples are provided throughout to illustrate the concepts discussed and give the reader hands-on experience with important techniques. This is a valuable resource for those working with speech and audio systems. • Gives the reader hands-on experience with key techniques using numerous MATLAB examples • A ‘one-stop’ solution with coverage of speech and hearing, plus general audio • Practical orientation allows the reader to be quickly ‘up-and-running’ with the methods described Communications and signal processing

February 2009 247 x 174 mm 218pp 3 halftones 10 tables 978-0-521-51954-0 Hardback c. £30.00 A


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Classical and Quantum Information Theory

Multimedia Networking From Theory to Practice Jenq-Neng Hwang | University of Washington

An Introduction for the Telecom Scientist Emmanuel Desurvire | Thales, France

For the first time, this book sets out a complete overview of both classical and quantum information theory, covering key topics such as coding, compression, error-correction, cryptography, and channel capacity. Highly illustrated, with numerous practical examples and end-of-chapter exercises, this is ideal for graduate students, researchers and practitioners in industry. • A first-time complete overview of both classical and quantum information theory • Employs an informal yet scientifically accurate approach • Highly illustrated with numerous practical examples and end-ofchapter exercises

Balancing just the right amount of theory with practical design and integration knowledge, this authoritative guide to multimedia networking addresses the most critical components involved in a multimedia networking system and presents many real-world commercial systems and prototypes, as well as software samples and integration examples. • The first book to provide a complete system design perspective based on existing international standards and state-of-the-art technologies • Presents an ideal balance of theory and practical design and integration knowledge • Includes numerous examples of real-world commercial systems and prototypes, together with software samples and integration examples

Communications and signal processing

Communications and signal processing

February 2009 247 x 174 mm 648pp 1 halftone 59 tables 139 exercises 978-0-521-88171-5 Hardback c. £40.00 A

April 2009 247 x 174 mm 544pp 6 halftones 978-0-521-88204-0 Hardback c. £55.00 Textbook

Quickest Detection H. Vincent Poor | Princeton University, New Jersey

The problem of detecting abrupt changes in the behavior of a signal arises in many fields. Quickest detection refers to real-time detection of changes as quickly as possible after they occur. This book describes the theory underpinning the field, enabling the reader to design, analyze, and understand quickest detection algorithms. • Collects widely scattered results into a single, unified treatment • Includes the necessary background on probability and optimal stopping theory • Provides the information needed to design, analyze, and understand quickest detection algorithms Communications and signal processing

November 2008 247 x 174 mm 248pp 978-0-521-62104-5 Hardback £45.00

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Design, Measurement and Management of LargeScale IP Networks Bridging the Gap Between Theory and Practice Antonio Nucci | Narus Inc., Mountain View, California

Weaving together theory and practice, this text sets out the design and management principles of large-scale IP networks, and the need for these tasks to be underpinned by actual measurements. This is a valuable resource for graduate students and researchers, as well as for practitioners in the communication industry. • Presents the use of actual measurements in the design and management of large-scale IP networks • Bridges the gap between theory and practice • Presents problems from the perspective of a network operator, and introduces a variety of mathematical techniques to solve them Communications and signal processing

December 2008 247 x 174 mm 408pp 3 halftones 27 tables 978-0-521-88069-5 Hardback £40.00 A

A First Course in Digital Communications Ha H. Nguyen | University of Saskatchewan, Canada

A concise introduction to the core concepts in digital communication, providing clarity and depth through examples, problems and MATLAB exercises. Its simple structure maps a logical route to understand the most basic principles in digital communication, and also leads students through more in-depth treatment with examples and step-by step instructions. • Covers the fundamentals in sufficient detail to allow students to master the basics without being overwhelmed • Step-by-step examples and well-directed MATLAB exercises allow hands-on use of the key concepts to reinforce learning • Mathematical derivations are complete, but kept clear and simple to ensure a thorough understanding Communications and signal processing

March 2009 246 x 189 mm 576pp 17 tables 286 exercises 36 worked examples 978-0-521-87613-1 Hardback c. £40.00 X

Digital Television Systems Marcelo S. Alencar | Universidade Federal de Campina Grande, Brazil

Digital television is a multibillion-dollar industry with commercial systems now being deployed worldwide. In this concise yet detailed guide, you will learn about the standards applying to fixed-line and mobile digital television, as well as the underlying principles involved, such as signal analysis, modulation techniques, and source and channel coding. • Provides the essential knowledge needed to design reliable new systems • Discusses the digital television standards, including the MPEG family, ATSC, DVB, ISDTV, DTMB, and ISDB • Additional background features, including Fourier analysis, probability and stochastic processes, and radiofrequency tables, are presented in the book’s useful appendices Communications and signal processing

April 2009 247 x 174 mm 296pp 978-0-521-89602-3 Hardback c. £45.00

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Practical Design Verification Dhiraj K. Pradhan | University of Bristol

Improve design efficiency and reduce costs with this practical guide to formal and simulation-based functional verification. Giving you a theoretical and practical understanding of the key issues involved, expert authors explain both formal and simulation-based techniques. You get insights into practical issues including hardware verification languages (HVLs) and system-level debugging. • Provides system designers with the information needed to use different verification approaches in practice • Takes the practical perspective of a user of verification tools rather than that of a developer • Covers the foundations of formal and simulation-based techniques, as well as more recent research advances Computer engineering

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April 2009 247 x 174 mm 272pp 978-0-521-85972-1 Hardback c. £40.00

Fundamentals of Photonic Crystal Guiding Maksim Skorobogatiy | Ecole Polytechnique, Montréal

Presenting the field of photonic crystals using analytically solvable problems, this book provides a systematic, rigorous, and pedagogical introduction to this vibrant subject area. Including end-ofchapter problems, this accessible text is ideal for researchers and graduate students studying photonic crystals in departments of electrical engineering, applied physics and mathematics. • Includes end of chapter conceptual problems • Intuitive models are applied to photonic crystals • Treats the non-linear effects, coverage of which is often lacking in other books on photonic crystals Electronic, optoelectronic devices, and nanotechnology

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High-Speed Electronics and Optoelectronics Devices and Circuits Sheila Prasad | Northeastern University, Boston

An authoritative account of electronic and optoelectronic devices, and, uniquely, their circuit applications too. The theory and applications of MESFETs, HEMTs, RF MOSFETs, BJTs, HBTs, LEDs, and lasers are explained. Plentiful real world examples are included, as are end of chapter problems. Ideal for graduate students, professionals, and researchers. • Presents both the fundamental principles of operation and the circuit applications of electronic and optoelectronic devices • An executive summary at the beginning of each chapter gives an overview of the material covered • Numerous examples illustrate the key topics, whilst end-of-chapter problems test understanding Electronic, optoelectronic devices, and nanotechnology

January 2009 247 x 174 mm 496pp 8 halftones 19 tables 65 exercises 978-0-521-86283-7 Hardback c. £45.00 A Textbook

Fundamentals of Modern VLSI Devices Second edition Yuan Taur | IBM T J Watson Research Center, New York

Learn the basic properties and designs of modern VLSI devices, as well as the factors affecting performance, with this thoroughly updated second edition. The internationally-renowned authors highlight the interdependencies and tradeoffs between practically important device parameters, and discuss device scaling and scaling limits of CMOS and bipolar devices. • Two new chapters cover read and write operations of commonly used SRAM, DRAM, and non-volatile memory arrays, in addition to siliconon-insulator (SOI) devices • 18 useful appendices discuss topics such as spatial variation of quasiFermi potentials and power gain of a two-port network • New homework exercises at the end of every chapter engage students with real-life problems and test their understanding Electronic, optoelectronic devices, and nanotechnology

May 2009 247 x 174 mm 736pp 83 exercises 978-0-521-83294-6 Hardback c. £45.00 A

December 2008 247 x 174 mm 312pp 4 halftones 978-0-521-51328-9 Hardback £60.00 A

Biomimetic Robotics Mechanisms and Control Ranjan Vepa | Queen Mary, University of London

This book is written for an initial course in robotics. It is ideal for study of unmanned aerial or underwater vehicles, a topic on which few books exist. It presents the fundamentals of robotics, from an aerospace perspective, by considering only the field of robot mechanisms. • Unified and integrated treatment of biomimetic robot mechanisms • The appendices provide a basic introduction, to attitude representation, dynamics and control • Includes realistic examples and exercises in every chapter • Focuses on principles, but computational approaches are also addressed Engineering design, kinematics, and robotics

March 2009 253 x 177 mm 360pp 35 tables 122 exercises 978-0-521-89594-1 Hardback c. £55.00 A

Carbon Nanotube Science Synthesis, Properties and Applications Peter J. F. Harris | University of Reading

Based on the successful Carbon Nanotubes and Related Structures, this book provides the most concise and accessible coverage of the state-ofthe-art in carbon nanotube research. With chapters focusing on synthesis, properties and potential applications, it provides a comprehensive introduction to these remarkable molecular-scale carbon tubes for graduates and researchers. • First authored book providing a solid foundation to carbon nanotube properties, synthesis and applications • Assuming no prior knowledge in the field, this concise book is highly accessible for students and researchers alike • Addresses state-of-the-art carbon nanotube technology, with a dedicated chapter on probes and sensors Materials Science and Engineering

March 2009 247 x 174 mm 328pp 94 halftones 978-0-521-82895-6 Hardback c. £45.00 A


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Thin Film Materials Stress, Defect Formation and Surface Evolution L. B. Freund | Brown University, Rhode Island

Thin film mechanical behavior and stress presents a technological challenge for materials scientists, physicists and engineers. Describing fundamental concepts with practical case studies, highly illustrated, thorough referencing and containing numerous homework problems, this book will be essential for graduate courses on thin films and the classic reference for researchers. • Comprehensive treatment of all issues relevant to stress in thin films • Balanced coverage of theory, experiment and simulation • Ideal for teaching, contains illustrative examples, case studies and exercises Materials Science and Engineering

December 2008 247 x 174 mm 768pp 75 halftones 75 exercises 978-0-521-82281-7 Hardback £55.00 A 978-0-521-52977-8 Paperback £35.00 A

Electromagnetic Band Gap Structures in Antenna Engineering Fan Yang | The University of Mississippi

Understand the state-of-the-art in EBG theory, analysis and applications with this authoritative survey, which includes a wealth of practical examples, and complete design details. A customized FDTD method of EBG analysis gives you a powerful computational engine for your EBG designs. • Includes a wealth of practical examples and design details • Introduces a customized FDTD method for EBG analysis • Electromagnetic software for EBG design is provided online RF and microwave engineering | The Cambridge RF and Microwave Engineering Series

October 2008 247 x 174 mm 280pp 33 halftones 978-0-521-88991-9 Hardback £50.00 P New in Paperback

Structural Ceramics Fundamentals and Case Studies Frank Riley | University of Leeds

Porcelain, alumina, silicon carbide, silicon nitride, and zirconia, five of the most industrially important structural ceramics, are examined in detail to explore structure-property relationships, production methods, and applications. Highly visual, with end-of-chapter summaries and review questions to test understanding, this book is ideal for those studying materials science and engineering. • Covers the 5 most industrially important ceramics • Understanding is enhanced and theory brought to life with numerous photographs and diagrams under discussion. • End-of-chapter review questions reinforce the reader’s understanding of the topics covered Materials Science and Engineering

May 2009 247 x 174 mm 392pp 72 halftones 43 tables 50 exercises 978-0-521-84586-1 Hardback c. £45.00 A

Chemorheology of Polymers From Fundamental Principles to Reactive Processing Peter J. Halley

Understanding the dynamics of reactive polymer processes allows scientists to create new, highvalue, high-performance polymers. This book is an indispensable resource for researchers and practitioners working in this area. It includes coverage of thermoplastics, thermoset and reactive polymers, together with practical industrial processes and modern chemorheological models and tools. • A review of polymer chemistry and physics provides excellent background in basic science • A complete study of chemorheological models is included • Coverage of reactive polymer processes extends to practical industrial applications Polymer Science and Engineering

May 2009 247 x 174 mm 450pp 3 halftones 66 tables 978-0-521-80719-7 Hardback c. £75.00 A

Elements of Stress Analysis Jacques Heyman

This book analyses problems in elasticity theory which are not always dealt with satisfactorily in standard texts, highlighting many of the less straightforward pieces of structural analysis in a simple and straightforward way. It also gives an account of the basic variables in stress analysis. • Emphasizes theory over calculation • Examples kept purposely simple • Covers both elastic and plastic methods • Mathematics reviewed in the appendices Solid mechanics and materials

August 2008 228 x 152 mm 116pp 978-0-521-73088-4 Paperback £15.99

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W. T. Koiter’s Elastic Stability of Solids and Structures Edited by Arnold M. A. van der Heijden | Technische Universiteit Delft, The Netherlands

This book deals with elastic stability of solids and structures, Koiter’s area of special expertise. It begins with fundamental aspects of stability relating the basic notions of dynamic stability to more traditional quasi-static approaches. It covers buckling, or linear stability, and nonlinear postbuckling behavior and imperfection-sensitivity. • Only book published based on Koiter’s lectures • It deals with the elastic stability of solids and structures, the subject for which Koiter was the world’s leading expert. He created much of the field covered in this book • Includes coverage of nonlinear post-buckling behavior and imperfection-sensitivity, for which Koiter is most famous • Theory is applied to numerous applications Solid mechanics and materials

November 2008 253 x 177 mm 240pp 978-0-521-51528-3 Hardback £45.00

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Cracking the Ad Code

LTE for 4G Mobile Broadband

Jacob Goldenberg | Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Air Interface Technologies and Performance Farooq Khan | Samsung Telecommunications America, Richardson, Texas

For the first time, the secret of inventing new creative campaigns is unlocked, and practical tools are presented to allow quick production of successful creative ideas in marketing communications. This is essential reading for advertising professionals, and is also a useful tool for students of advertising, marketing, communication, and management. • Demonstrates practical tools that can be used to create successful adverts • Over 100 advertisement examples provide an enriched reading experience and allow for more effective learning • Plentiful case studies provide an in-depth analysis together with realworld valuable experiences Technology management

March 2009 247 x 174 mm 272pp 131 halftones 978-0-521-85905-9 Hardback c. £50.00 P 978-0-521-67597-0 Paperback c. £24.99 P

Heat Transfer Physics Massoud Kaviany | University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Do you need to get up to speed quickly on LTE? Understand the new technologies of the standard and their impact on system performance improvements with this practical guide. You’ll get a strong grounding in the technical details and fascinating insights into why particular technologies were chosen in the development process. • Provides an in-depth coverage of the radio-interface technologies for LTE and their contributions to system performance improvements • Reveals the reasons why certain technologies were selected for the standard during the development process, and also includes a useful discussion of the technologies not selected • Includes end-of-chapter summaries that draw out and emphasize all the key points Wireless Communications

March 2009 247 x 174 mm 512pp 978-0-521-88221-7 Hardback c. £50.00

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TinyOS Programming

This graduate textbook describes atomic-level kinetics of thermal energy storage, transport, and transformation by principal energy carriers. It presents a unified theory, over fine-structure/ molecular-dynamics/Boltzmann/macroscopic length and time scales, of heat transfer kinetics in terms of transition rates and relaxation times, and its modern applications. • First graduate text • Includes numerous examples, exercises, and illustrations • Complete solutions manual available

Philip Levis | Stanford University, California

Thermal-fluids engineering

Wireless Communications

November 2008 253 x 177 mm 688pp 34 halftones 63 tables 151 exercises 978-0-521-89897-3 Hardback £65.00 X

April 2009 247 x 174 mm 264pp 5 halftones 978-0-521-89606-1 Paperback c. £27.50

Cooperative Communications and Networking

Essentials of Cognitive Radio

K. J. Ray Liu | University of Maryland, College Park

Presenting the fundamentals of cooperative communications and networking, this text provides a holistic approach to principal topics where significant improvements can be obtained. Also including end-of-chapter review questions, this is an ideal textbook for advanced courses on wireless communications, and will appeal to both graduate students and industry practitioners. • Gives comprehensive coverage of cooperative communications from physical layer and MAC layer to network layer • Includes end of chapter review questions • Presentation slides for each chapter are available online Wireless Communications

December 2008 247 x 174 mm 664pp 17 tables 117 exercises 82 worked examples 978-0-521-89513-2 Hardback £50.00 A

Do you need to know how to write systems, services, and applications using the TinyOS operating system? Learn how to write nesC code and efficient applications with this indispensable guide to TinyOS programming. Includes handy features such as a library of software design patterns, programming hints and tips, end-of-chapter exercises. • Complete code examples show how to write sensor network (TinyOS) code in full • Programming hints and tips help you to write efficient applications • A library of software design patterns and a summary of basic application-level Tiny OS APIs are included for convenient look up

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Linda Doyle | Trinity College, Dublin

Do you need to get quickly up to speed on cognitive radio? This concise, practical guide presents the key concepts and challenges you need to know about, including issues associated with security, regulation, design and construction. With minimum mathematics and a descriptive writing style, this is a perfect introduction to the technology. • A descriptive style and minimum mathematics make complex ideas easy to understand • Includes both technical and regulatory challenges that are essential to the development of cognitive radio • Identifies the core concepts that will remain central to the field irrespective of how the technology develops Wireless Communications | The Cambridge Wireless Essentials Series

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 248pp 978-0-521-89770-9 Hardback c. £35.00

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Engineering / General Science / Experimental biology and biomedicine

Essentials of Wireless Mesh Networking

Animal Experimentation

Steve Methley

Second edition Vaughan Monamy | Australian Catholic University, Sydney

Are you involved in implementing wireless mesh networks? As mesh networks move towards large-scale deployment, this practical book provides the information and insights you need. The technology is described, potential pitfalls are identified, clear hints and tips for success are provided, and real-world implementation examples are evaluated. • Takes a practical, no-nonsense approach that cuts through the technical hype of the subject • Includes hints and tips at the back of the book for easy reference • Explains common pitfalls so you can avoid making the same errors Wireless Communications | The Cambridge Wireless Essentials Series

April 2009 247 x 174 mm 296pp 3 halftones 978-0-521-87680-3 Hardback c. £35.00

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General Science Charles Darwin in Australia Second edition Frank Nicholas | University of Sydney

Drawing upon the Australian section of Darwin’s diary and extracts, this book traces Darwin’s travels in Australia in 1836. A lavishly illustrated book, it includes a number of maps enabling the reader to trace Darwin’s journey throughout mainly New South Wales, but also Tasmania and Western Australia. • Definitive account of Darwin’s visit to Australia, including all published illustrations of animal specimens collected by Darwin in Australia • Based on the complete text of Darwin’s Australian diary, supplemented with field notes, letters and published material • Illustrated with beautiful contemporary sketches and paintings by two of Australia’s most famous early artists (Augustus Earle and Conrad Martens), both of whom had been Darwin’s Beagle shipmates earlier in the voyage History of science (general)

February 2009 250 x 192mm 280pp 978-0-521-72867-6 Hardback £20.00

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Experimental biology and biomedicine Textbook

Retaining its clarity of style, this new edition now includes discussion of genetically modified organism, welfare and ethical issues surrounding breeding and environmental enrichment for caged animals. Monamy highlights the future responsibilities of all those involved in the conduct, teaching, learning, regulation, support or critique of animal-based research. • Gives a balanced, non-intimidating introduction to the issues inherent in the animal experimentation debate, so life science students can explore their own thoughts about animal research • Highlights the future responsibilities of those working with animals, offering practical advice on experimental design, literature search, consultation with colleagues and the importance of searching for alternatives • Includes the regulatory umbrella under which experiments are conducted in Europe, USA and Australasia General cellular, molecular biology

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 136pp 978-0-521-87879-1 Hardback c. £45.00 978-0-521-70348-2 Paperback c. £16.99

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The Phylogenetic Handbook A Practical Approach to Phylogenetic Analysis and Hypothesis Testing Second edition Edited by Philippe Lemey | University of Oxford

With a stronger focus on hypothesis testing, elaborate practical sections and recent versions of sequence analysis and software, this edition includes six new chapters. Topics on Bayesian inference, tree topology testing and the impact of recombination on phylogenies have been added as well as a detailed section on molecular adaptation. • Chapters include both the theory and practice of sequence analysis, allowing the reader to turn the different methods into practice • Many chapters include elaborate practical sections, which have been updated to introduce the reader to the most recent versions of sequence analysis and phylogeny software • This edition contains a new, extensive glossary to aid students in understanding terminology used Genomics, bioinformatics, and systems biology

March 2009 247 x 174 mm 736pp 57 halftones 18 tables 978-0-521-87710-7 Hardback c. £70.00 A 978-0-521-73071-6 Paperback c. £29.99 X

Biotechnology Fifth edition John Smith | University of Strathclyde

The defining aim of this new fifth edition is to re-establish the correct understanding of the term biotechnology. John Smith also re-examines the ethics and morality of aspects of biotechnology and puts new emphasis on stem cells and regenerative medicine and micro RNA. • Maintains the straightforward style that made the previous editions so popular with students • Demystifies biotechnology and re-establishes the correct understanding of the term • New emphasis given on stem cells and regenerative medicine and micro RNA, examines ethics and morality of aspects of biotechnology Biotechnology

December 2008 246 x 189 mm 280pp 93 tables 978-0-521-88494-5 Hardback £50.00 A 978-0-521-71193-7 Paperback £22.99 X

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Label-Free Biosensors

Imaging Dopamine

Techniques and Applications Edited by Matthew A. Cooper | University of Cambridge

Paul Cumming

Reviews both established and newer label-free techniques to give readers interested in the technologies and applications behind label-free an insight into the field from expert opinion leaders and practitioners of the technologies. Chapters contain worked examples that take readers through the basics of experimental design, setup and data analysis. • Designed to provide help on how to perform experiments, taking into consideration technologies from other companies • Chapters contain worked examples from leaders in the field that take the reader through the basics of experimental design, setup, assay development, and data analysis • Contributions from leading academics, pharmaceutical senior scientists and articles from instrument developers Molecular biology, biochemistry, and structural biology

March 2009 253 x 177 mm 360pp 13 halftones 22 plates 22 tables 978-0-521-88453-2 Hardback £80.00 A 978-0-521-71151-7 Paperback £37.00 A

Cortical Mechanisms of Vision Edited by Michael Jenkin | York University, Toronto

The advent of sensors capable of localizing portions of the brain involved in specific computations has provided significant insights into normal visual information processing and specific neurological conditions. This book brings together some of the strongest thinkers in this field, to explore cortical visual information processing and its underlying mechanisms. • Colour illustrations, book text and talks from the 2007 York Vision Conference are included in the accompanying DVD • Contributors are world leaders in their field, who have detailed working knowledge of the topic • Replaces other aged classics, maintaining breadth to cover multiple aspects of the visual brain Neurosciences

March 2009 247 x 174 mm 456pp 46 halftones 2 tables 978-0-521-88961-2 Hardback c. £65.00 A

Foundations in Evolutionary Cognitive Neuroscience Edited by Steven M. Platek | Georgia Gwinnett College

An introduction to the major topics of study undertaken by evolutionary cognitive neuroscientists – such as language evolution, intelligence and face processing. The authors outline the basics of cognitive evolution and how the methods of cognitive neuroscience can be employed to answer questions about the presence of evolved cognitive adaptations. • Introductory chapter lays the groundwork for evolutionary application to cognitive neuroscience • Serves as a primer to the discipline, providing a firm foundation for future research in the area • Uses the application of cognitive neuroscience methods to explain certain mental and psychological traits, such as memory, perception, language, self-awareness, jealousy, imitation and attraction Neurosciences

March 2009 247 x 174 mm 232pp 3 halftones 978-0-521-88421-1 Hardback c. £70.00 A 978-0-521-71118-0 Paperback c. £29.99 A

During the past 25 years, new methods for molecular imaging have illuminated aspects of the life of dopamine in health and illness. Presented as an illustrated biography, covering specific stages in the biochemical pathway, this book is a compilation of all that has been learned about dopamine through molecular imaging. • Sequential presentation of the pathway for dopamine, in the manner of a life-history of the molecule • Each step in the dopamine pathway is richly illustrated with exemplary positron emission tomography (PET) images • Includes a comprehensive summary of biochemical literature on dopamine metabolism, allowing PET results to be assessed in light of more classical methods Neurosciences

February 2009 247 x 174 mm 368pp 20 plates 978-0-521-79002-4 Hardback c. £70.00 A

Sensorimotor Control of Grasping Physiology and Pathophysiology Edited by Dennis A. Nowak | Research Centre Julich, Germany

To understand and appreciate how the human brain controls movements of the hand, it is important to investigate both the healthy motor behaviour and dysfunction during everyday manipulative tasks. This book provides a contemporary summary of the physiology and pathophysiology of the manipulative and exploratory functions of the human hand. • Contemporary summary of the control of grasping from both a laboratory and a clinical perspective • Includes a DVD with additional examples of various aspects of movement control, including videos • Contains a colour plate section to illustrate research from the advanced experts who have contributed to this book Neurosciences

May 2009 247 x 174 mm 440pp 31 halftones 14 plates 978-0-521-88157-9 Hardback c. £60.00 A

Electrical Dynamics of the Dendritic Space Sergiy Mikhailovich Korogod | Dniepropetrovsk National University, Ukraine

This book explains how a neuron works in terms of its functional architecture and dynamics. It provides the biophysical background and methodology for the analysis of dendritic processing with an original approach that is focussed on the role of geometry of the dendritic arborizations. Accompanied by online NeuronViewer and user guide. • Accompanying NeuronViewer and user guide allow the reader to monitor simulation of dendritic arborization online • Includes quantitative morphology of neurons and simulations for stepby-step demonstration of the impact of geometry on electrical profiles of the dendrites • Historical background is given to help understand the progress of neuronal modelling Neurosciences

May 2009 247 x 174 mm 300pp 3 halftones 14 plates 978-0-521-89677-1 Hardback c. £80.00 A


Experimental biology and biomedicine / Zoology, botany

Statistical Mechanics of Cellular Systems and Processes

Primate Parasite Ecology The Dynamics and Study of Host-Parasite Relationships Edited by Michael Huffman | Kyoto University, Japan

Edited by Muhammad H. Zaman | University of Texas, Austin

Traditionally, statistical mechanics-based treatment of biological systems has focused on the molecular level, with larger systems being ignored. This book fills that gap, addressing recent developments in the field, in particular, the multi-scale nature of biological problems, ranging from the genetic to the multi-cellular, tissue and organ level. • Develops a sophisticated understanding of the structure, organization and hierarchy of cellular structure and function • Integrates understanding from the molecular to the cellular and multicellular level in a quantitative framework • Links fundamental physical principles governing cellular structure and function with implications in clinical and biomedical contexts Physiology and biophysics

March 2009 247 x 174 mm 230pp 6 halftones 978-0-521-88608-6 Hardback c. £40.00 A

Ecology of Cities and Towns A Comparative Approach Edited by Mark J. McDonnell | Royal Botanic Gardens, Melbourne and University of Melbourne

Tinbergen’s Legacy Function and Mechanism in Behavioral Biology Edited by Johan Bolhuis | Universiteit Utrecht, The Netherlands

An international cast of leading animal biologists reflect on the enduring significance of Tinbergen’s groundbreaking proposals for modern behavioural biology. Includes a reprint of Nobel laureate Niko Tinbergen’s original article on the famous ‘four whys’, after which each of the four questions are discussed in the light of contemporary evidence. • Foreword written by Aubrey Manning, one of Tinbergen’s most prominent pupils • Contains a reprint of Tinbergen’s original article on the famous ‘four whys’- causation, development, function and evolution • Includes contemporary debates concerning integration of Tinbergen’s ‘four whys’, which demonstrate how Tinbergen’s views are crucial for modern behavioural ecology January 2009 228 x 152 mm 264pp 4 halftones 978-0-521-87478-6 Hardback £60.00 A 978-0-521-69755-2 Paperback £24.99 A

Biological anthropology and primatology | Cambridge Studies in Biological and Evolutionary Anthropology

February 2009 228 x 152 mm 528pp 48 halftones 978-0-521-87246-1 Hardback c. £70.00 A

Zoology, botany

Animal behaviour

Monkeys and apes often share parasites with humans, so understanding the ecology of infectious diseases in non-human primates is of paramount importance. Written for researchers, this book provides up-to-date information on methods of study, natural history and ecology/theory of the exciting field of primate parasite ecology. • Contains chapters that point the academic community in new directions for investigations • Combines theory and practice to give a well-rounded understanding of how parasite host systems operate • Written in a straightforward style that is accessible to non parasitologists, and will appeal to a wide audience, including primatologists and conservation biologists.

This book brings together leading scientists, landscape designers and planners from developed and developing countries around the world, to explore how urban ecological research has been undertaken to date, what has been learnt, where there are gaps in knowledge, and what the future challenges and opportunities are. • Provides concrete examples of how the integration of ecological understanding and design principles can be used to create more sustainable cities and towns •Gives an assessment of the research questions, hypotheses, methodologies and statistical analyses currently employed by leading urban ecologists • Addresses research and management of terrestrial, marine and aquatic ecosystems from developed and developing countries around the world, including Asia, South Africa, New Zealand, Europe and North America Ecology and conservation

April 2009 247 x 174 mm 664pp 35 halftones 40 tables 978-0-521-86112-0 Hardback c. £70.00 A 978-0-521-67833-9 Paperback c. £40.00 A

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Introduction to Conservation Genetics Second edition Richard Frankham | Macquarie University, Sydney

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An impressive author team brings the wealth of advances in conservation genetics into the new edition, including two new chapters on Population Genomics and Genetic Issues in Introduced and Invasive Species. Continuing its student focused presentation, user-friendly style and first-class illustration programme, this introductory text forms a robust teaching package. • Tackles the quantitative aspects of conservation genetics, helping students master the numerical side of the subject, including graphs, worked examples, problems and solutions • The theory is taught with a balanced range of examples – mammals, birds, reptiles, fish, amphibians, plants and invertebrates – to appeal to a broad range of students • Includes computer simulation exercises to support students in understanding stochastic issues as well as providing teaching materials for instructors Ecology and conservation

March 2009 246 x 189 mm 704pp 6 halftones 45 tables 978-0-521-70271-3 Paperback c. £40.00 X

Cold-Water Corals The Biology and Geology of Deep-Sea Coral Habitats J. Murray Roberts | Scottish Association for Marine Sciences

This broad-ranging treatment is the first to synthesise current understanding of all types of cold-water coral worldwide. Covering ecology, biology, palaeontology and geology, the text is enhanced by an extensive glossary, online resources, and a unique collection of colour photographs and illustrations of corals and the habitats they form. • Includes an extensive selection of colour images of cold-water corals, plus artist’s illustrations of major coral species and habitats • Case studies summarise important topics covered in the book, including notable coral habitats, palaeontological sites and conservation policy development • Online resources include video clips from coral habitats and an appendix listing all valid recent azooxanthellate scleractinian corals, with their junior synonyms and depth ranges Ecology and conservation

April 2009 247 x 174 mm 336pp 53 halftones 29 plates 14 tables 978-0-521-88485-3 Hardback c. £65.00 A

Population Genetics for Animal Conservation Giorgio Bertorelle | Università degli Studi di Ferrara, Italy

It is widely accepted among conservation biologists that genetics is, more than ever, an essential and efficient tool for wild and captive population management and reserve design. However, a true synergy between population genetics and conservation biology is lacking. This book bridges this gap and is intended for advanced students and research workers in conservation genetics who are searching for an overview and integration of theoretical and practical topics in this field. • Detailed explanations of complex statistical analyses to help readers understand the advantages, disadvantages and assumptions of each approach to apply them to case studies • In-depth case studies apply population genetics approaches to practical conservation problems • Comprehensive reviews of relevant topics that also lead the reader directly to the appropriate literature Ecology and conservation | Conservation Biology

May 2009 228 x 152 mm 426pp 1 halftone 8 plates 978-0-521-86630-9 Hardback c. £80.00 A 978-0-521-68537-5 Paperback c. £35.00 A

Setting Conservation Targets for Managed Forest Landscapes Edited by Marc-André Villard | Université de Moncton, Canada

Using examples from a broad range of forest regions and organisms – from a variety of perspectives – the authors present concepts, approaches and case studies to illustrate how biodiversity conservation can be integrated into forest management planning. They provide insight and tools to help shape the future of forest landscapes worldwide. • Chapter authors have extensive experience of the realities of forest management and harvest planning • Covers a broad range of forest types and organisms from many different parts of the world • Written in non-technical language, with practical examples, giving a range of perspectives Ecology and conservation | Conservation Biology

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 408pp 45 halftones 978-0-521-87709-1 Hardback c. £70.00 A 978-0-521-70072-6 Paperback c. £35.00 A

Speciation and Patterns of Diversity Edited by Roger Butlin | University of Sheffield

Written for graduate students and academic researchers, this book brings together viewpoints from leading ecologists and evolutionary biologists in order to promote a broader understanding of the interaction between mechanisms and rates of speciation and these patterns in biological diversity. • Brings together leading ecologists and evolutionary biologists, allowing the reader to see new connections between the disciplines • Chapters on prokaryotes, protists, plants and animals allow readers to integrate ideas across the full range of taxa • Introduction gives an overview of the current problem, helping readers see the connections among chapters Ecology and conservation | Ecological Reviews

January 2009 247 x 174 mm 352pp 22 halftones 978-0-521-88318-4 Hardback c. £75.00 A 978-0-521-70963-7 Paperback c. £35.00 A

Large Scale Landscape Experiments Lessons from Tumut David B. Lindenmayer | Australian National University, Canberra

Using the Tumut Fragmentation Study, and other relevant research, David Lindenmayer provides an overview of the relationships between landscape change, habitat fragmentation and biodiversity conservation. Drawing on key lessons throughout, he highlights how important new insights can be generated from integrating demographic, genetic and modelling research. • Key lesson sections summarise the work from Tumut, and interpret findings for a broader area of ecological theory or a conservation concept • Summary sections at the end of each chapter highlight the key points raised, as well as a major overview chapter on habitat fragmentation • The careful design of the case study and critical integration of key research themes provide a basis for research over the past 15 years Ecology and conservation | Ecology, Biodiversity and Conservation

March 2009 228 x 152 mm 320pp 75 halftones 978-0-521-88156-2 Hardback c. £75.00 A 978-0-521-70778-7 Paperback c. £35.00 A


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Assessing the Conservation Value of Freshwaters

Charles Darwin’s Shorter Publications, 1829–1883

An International Perspective Edited by Philip Boon | Scottish Natural Heritage

John van Wyhe | University of Cambridge

Compares methods used for evaluating rivers and lakes for conservation, primarily in the UK and US, but also in countries such as Sweden, Australia and South Africa. Includes a chapter on developing countries, to examine the role of social and economic conditions in conservation ethics. • Describes methods for freshwater conservation evaluation, enabling the reader to apply these techniques to their own work • Provides a unique comparison of approaches to nature conservation in the UK and US. • Includes results of a survey describing which freshwater features are considered of greatest value, displaying difference in perception in the UK and US

Contains a wealth of valuable material, bringing together all known shorter publications by Charles Darwin including the first publication, with A. R. Wallace, of Darwin’s theory of evolution by natural selection. With over seventy newly discovered items, fully edited and annotated, this text contains original illustrations and a comprehensive bibliography. • Includes the first publication, with A. R. Wallace, of Darwin’s theory of evolution by natural selection • Brings together all known shorter publications written by Charles Darwin during his lifetime, with over 80 newly discovered items • A bibliography gives complete details of all the works cited by Darwin in his shorter publications

Ecology and conservation | Ecology, Biodiversity and Conservation

Evolutionary biology

January 2009 228 x 152 mm 350pp 8 halftones 36 tables 978-0-521-84885-5 Hardback £75.00 A 978-0-521-61322-4 Paperback £35.00 A

April 2009 247 x 174 mm 592pp 27 halftones 978-0-521-88809-7 Hardback c. £80.00 A

Insect Species Conservation Tim New | La Trobe University, Victoria

Insects are the most diverse and abundant animals that share our world, and conservation initiatives are increasingly being implemented globally, to safeguard the wealth of individual species. This book provides sufficient background information, illustrated by examples, to enable more confident and efficient progress for conservation of these ecologically indispensable animals. • Each chapter contains a concluding summary to highlight major points covered in the text • Provides practical advice to facilitate design and implementation of insect species conservation plans • Brings together previously scattered information to create a modern international synthesis of insect species conservation Ecology and conservation | Ecology, Biodiversity and Conservation

May 2009 228 x 152 mm 216pp 978-0-521-51077-6 Hardback c. £75.00 978-0-521-73276-5 Paperback c. £35.00

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Bird Conservation and Agriculture The Bird Life of Farmland, Grassland and Heathland Jeremy D. Wilson | Royal Society for the Protection of Birds, Scotland

The authors explore the relationships between bird populations and agricultural management, illustrating these with case studies of sixteen species set in the context of historical change in agriculture and bird communities in Britain. They conclude by looking forward to future challenges for conservation of bird populations in agricultural habitats. • Richly illustrated with photographs and line drawings, with in-depth case studies of 16 different bird species • Covers both semi-natural habitats, such as moorland, heathland and downland, and more intensively-farmed land, breaking the traditional mould of treating them separately • State-of-the-art account of one of the biggest conservation problems of today, as grain prices have trebled in the last three years in resposne to global demand Ecology and conservation | Ecology, Biodiversity and Conservation

March 2009 228 x 152 mm 456pp 40 halftones 978-0-521-57181-4 Hardback c. £75.00 A 978-0-521-73472-1 Paperback c. £35.00 A

Integrated Pest Management Edited by Edward B. Radcliffe | University of Minnesota

Featuring 40 chapters written by leading experts, this textbook covers a broad range of topics in integrated pest management, focused primarily on theory and concepts. It is complemented by two award winning websites, which emphasize specific IPM tactics, their application, and IPM case studies: Radcliffe’s IPM World Textbook (http://ipmworld. umn.edu) and VegEdge (www.vegedge.umn.edu) • Broad coverage of topics in IPM theory makes this an ideal overview text for teaching • Associated online resource http://ipmworld.umn.edu provides the most up-to-date examples of specific control tactics, case studies, and other frequently changing information • Each chapter presents substantive reviews of recent literature and points readers to printed and online sources of further information Natural resource management,agriculture,horticulture and forestry

December 2008 246 x 189 mm 552pp 6 halftones 65 tables 978-0-521-87595-0 Hardback £80.00 A 978-0-521-69931-0 Paperback £35.00 X

Biological Control of Tropical Weeds using Arthropods Edited by Rangaswamy Muniappan | Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University

This book covers the origin, distribution, and ecology of twenty invasive tropical weed species, and their sustainable biological control using arthropods. The aim is to provide ecological management models for use across the tropical world, and to assist in the assessment of potential risks to native and economic plants. • Each chapter focuses on one particular invasive plant, giving a full overview of the exploration, screening, introduction and establishment of its natural enemies in the tropics • The natural enemies described are transferable to other countries and regions suffering the same invasive plant problem • Unique in considering the biological control of weeds using arthropods in the context of environmental sustainability Natural resource management,agriculture,horticulture and forestry

April 2009 247 x 174 mm 488pp 44 halftones 978-0-521-87791-6 Hardback c. £70.00 A

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Introduction to Bryophytes Alain Vanderpoorten | Université de Liège, Belgium

This book is a richly illustrated introductory text summarising and explaining recent advances made across various aspects of bryophyte biology. No prior knowledge is necessary, making this ideal for advanced undergraduate and graduate students, as well as amateur botanists wanting to understand the fundamental aspects of bryophyte morphology and diversity. • Boxed essays summarise topics of current relevance in bryophyte biology • Gives a modern perspective on bryophyte systematics with chapters on conservation, pollution, and evolution • Provides a bridge to the more advanced treatment given in Goffinet and Shaw’s Bryophyte Biology (2nd edition, 2008, Cambridge University Press)

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May 2009 246 x 189 mm 300pp 82 halftones 16 plates 978-0-521-87712-1 Hardback c. £60.00 A 978-0-521-70073-3 Paperback c. £24.99 X

Dinosaurs A Concise Natural History David E. Fastovsky | University of Rhode Island

From the authors of Evolution and Extinction of the Dinosaurs comes a new text designed to excite readers about science by using the ever-popular animals – the dinosaurs – to illustrate and discuss geology, natural history, and evolution. Scientific concepts drive the strong narrative – not endless facts and details. • Readers gain a meaningful understanding of phylogenetic systematics, the lingua franca of modern evolutionary biology, through a logical introduction of cladistic methods • Unlike other introductory books, Dinosaurs is not a list of facts and figures and instead is concept-based to allow a true understanding of the origins, diversity, behaviour, and extinction of these magnificent animals • The dinosaurs are brought to life in commissioned drawings from the acclaimed dinosaur illustrator, John Sibbick Vertebrate zoology

Plastid Biology Kevin Pyke | University of Nottingham

Covering plastid cell biology, molecular biology, and biochemistry, Kevin Pyke expertly shows how the plastids are highly complex organelles at the very core of plant cellular function. This text provides final year undergraduate and graduate students with a complete overview of plastid biology and recent developments in the field. • Highly illustrated, with colour versions of figures available online at www.cambridge.org/9780521885010 • The only modern book on plastid biology aimed at advanced students • A precise overview of different aspects of plastid biology and how the plastid interacts functionally with other parts of the plant Plant sciences

April 2009 228 x 152 mm 200pp 36 halftones 3 tables 978-0-521-88501-0 Hardback c. £50.00 A 978-0-521-71197-5 Paperback c. £24.99 A

Flora of Great Britain and Ireland Volume 3: Mimosaceae – Lentibulariaceae Peter Sell | University of Cambridge

Planned in five volumes, when complete this unique flora will provide detailed accounts of the 4000 native and established species of flowering plants and ferns in Great Britain and Ireland. This volume describes many new taxa, and all species have full descriptions together with their ecology, distribution and vernacular name. • This is the most comprehensive catalogue of the flora of Great Britain and Ireland, inclusive of native, naturalised alien species, garden escapes, and casual plants. Should be the standard reference work for British taxonomists in the 21st century • Contains intraspecific variation of species for ecologists and field biologists • Contains distribution and origin of species for evolutionists and conservationists Plant sciences | Flora of Great Britain and Ireland

February 2009 247 x 174 mm 624pp 2 maps 978-0-521-55337-7 Hardback £110.00

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Medicine Core Topics in Thoracic Anesthesia Edited by Cait P. Searl | Freeman Hospital, Newcastle

Providing practical assistance to those commencing careers in thoracic anesthesia, the comprehensive content includes discussion of some of the more contentious issues in the management of thoracic patients as well as the rapid evolution of new techniques, such as lung-assist devices, different modes of ventilation and VAT surgery. • Layout in three sections: Preoperative, Operative and Postoperative management means topics are easy to find when revising • Key points and learning points emphasised, enabling quick access for busy clinicians • Written by anaesthetists actively working in the field with an up-todate and practical approach Anesthesia, Intensive Care, Pain Management

April 2009 246 x 189 mm 232pp 30 halftones 32 tables 978-0-521-86712-2 Hardback c. £45.00 P


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Ultrasound in Anesthetic Practice

Emergency Airway Management

Edited by Graham Arthurs | Anaesthetic Department, Maelor Hospital, Wrexham

Edited by Jonathan Benger | United Bristol Healthcare Trust

Ultrasound is now accessible to every doctor. This has greatly facilitated vascular access, nerve blocks and any procedure when a needle is introduced, as well as the assessment of heart function. Ultrasound in Anesthetic Practice describes the wide range of uses for ultrasound; the companion DVD provides over 700 scans. • Introductory-level step-by-step guide takes the reader from their first encounter of an ultrasound scanner to advanced scanning techniques and interpretation • Companion DVD of still and moving scans allows reader to view actual sequences while reading explanatory text • Everything the anaesthetist or any clinician needs to know to obtain clear accurate ultrasound scans and then interpret them

Providing guidance to a wide range of trainees in managing the sickest patients in hospital, and in particular how to ensure that their airway and breathing are supported in emergency situations. It gives advice on how to give an anaesthetic in an emergency, and what to do immediately afterwards. • Clear text and diagrams describe exactly what should be done in managing the emergency airway • Main messages highlighted in text boxes enabling key points to be readily recalled in an emergency situation • Systematic approach to airway management – leads the reader from the basics through to more complex and detailed topics in a clear and logical way • Overall principles of airway management summarised in clear algorithms

Anesthesia, Intensive Care, Pain Management

December 2008 246 x 189 mm 216pp 120 halftones 978-0-521-71623-9 Paperback £45.00 P

Anesthesia, Intensive Care, Pain Management

Anesthesia for the High Risk Patient

November 2008 186 x 123 mm 190pp 45 halftones 9 tables 978-0-521-72729-7 Paperback £29.99 P

Second edition Edited by Ian McConachie | University of Western Ontario

Neonatal and Infant Emergencies

New edition of successful text on all common high risk situations and patients encountered in anesthetic practice. Provides practical advice on pre-, intra- and post-operative management for both elective and emergency surgery. Concise practical text from international team of experienced practitioners – an invaluable resource for all anesthetists, intensivists and hopsitalists. • Concise practical information on each of the risks and complications encountered whilst managing high-risk patients • A range of the most common surgical scenarios reviewed in further detail • International contributor team ensures global perspectives on clinical management and relevance to wide markets Anesthesia, Intensive Care, Pain Management

April 2009 234 x 156 mm 426pp 25 tables 978-0-521-71018-3 Paperback £30.00

Edited by Ghazala Sharieff | University of California, San Diego

Caring for newborns and infants in the first year of life can be anxietyprovoking and challenging. This book addresses the most common complaints that an emergency provider may have to evaluate and treat. It will serve as a practical resource for a wide range of health providers, from medical students to attending physicians. • Focuses on the infant and neonate, unlike other pediatric emergency medicine books • Easily accessible format, organized into three main sections: basic principles, chief complaints, specific systems • Designed especially for the emergency physician, from the medical student to attending physicians Emergency Medicine

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The Anaesthesia Science Viva Book Second edition Simon Bricker | Countess of Chester Hospital

The final FRCA exam tests basic science and clinical knowledge with both written and oral (viva) questions. Written by an experienced FRCA examiner, covering all basic science: anatomy, physiology, pharmacology and clinical measurement/physics. Sample viva questions and detailed answers incorporate the new clinical orientation of this exam. • Comprises a wide range of specimen questions and answers written by an experienced examiner • Concise and logical organisation into clinical and basic science applications • Consistent and individual authorial style which addresses the potential candidate directly Anesthesia, Intensive Care, Pain Management

November 2008 234 x 156 mm 442pp 15 halftones 978-0-521-72644-3 Paperback £38.00 P

December 2008 279 x 215 mm 416pp 46 halftones 45 plates 70 tables 978-0-521-88113-5 Hardback £55.00 P

Head Injury A Multidisciplinary Approach Edited by Peter C. Whitfield | Derriford Hospital, Plymouth

A pragmatic, and multi-professional approach to the management of head injured patients. Covers epidemiology, experimental models, pathology, clinical examination, neuroimaging, trauma scoring, patient management including emergency department care, transfer of the patient, intensive care and surgical aspects, rehabilitation, paediatric head injury and finally, medico-legal issues. • Multidisciplinary – management of head injury involves lots of different specialties and professions: this integrated approach will appeal to all potential groups • Pragmatic in style – offers highly practical advice for management and rehabilitation in a wide range of practice settings and enables readers to formulate a ‘how I would do it’ approach to patient care • Refers to the many different guidelines regarding the management of a head-injured patient – enables readers to understand the basis of guidelines and their relevance and application in clinical practice Emergency Medicine

April 2009 234 x 156 mm 384pp 40 halftones 2 plates 31 tables 978-0-521-69762-0 Paperback c. £40.00

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Evidence-Based Diagnosis

Reichel’s Care of the Elderly

Thomas B. Newman | University of California, San Francisco

Clinical Aspects of Aging Sixth edition Edited by Christine Arenson | Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia

Evidence-Based Diagnosis explains diagnostic, screening, and prognostic tests in clinical medicine, and is of great use to anyone looking to select, develop, or apply medical tests. The book includes numerous worked examples and 60 problems (with answers) based on real clinical situations and journal articles. • Quantitative discussions that go deeper and are more rigorous than those typically found in introductory clinical epidemiology or evidencebased medicine texts, yet that are explained in simple, intuitive terms using real examples • Presents a pedagogic approach developed over years of teaching this material to physicians, mostly fellows and junior faculty in a clinical research training program • Includes more than 50 classroom-tested problems (with answers) taken from the literature on diagnostic testing Epidemiology, Public Health and Medical Statistics

The sixth edition remains the pioneering text for the practising physician confronted with the unique problems of an increasingly elderly population. This book is not a collection of subspecialty chapters but rather emphasizes the clinical management of the geriatric patient with simple to complex problems. • Essential principles in care for the elderly allow the reader to understand the importance of doctor-patient dynamic in geriatrics • Includes other considerations not often covered in other books, such as long-term care, elder abuse, driving, ethnic diversity • Covers ethical issues, utilizing case studies to outline the importance of compassionate care and justice for the elderly

March 2009 253 x 177 mm 328pp 90 tables 60 exercises 978-0-521-88652-9 Hardback c. £60.00 A 978-0-521-71402-0 Paperback c. £22.99 P

March 2009 279 x 215 mm 672pp 11 halftones 19 plates 45 tables 978-0-521-86929-4 Hardback c. £80.00 P

Statistical Modeling for Biomedical Researchers A Simple Introduction to the Analysis of Complex Data Second edition William D. Dupont | Vanderbilt University, Tennessee

The new edition of this standard text guides biomedical researchers in the selection and use of advanced statistical methods and the presentation of results to clinical colleagues. It assumes no knowledge of mathematics beyond high school level and is accessible to anyone with an introductory background in statistics. • Explains sophisticated biostatistical methods without the need for an understanding of complex mathematics • Includes extensive use of real illustrative examples from the medical literature • Provides guidance on the clear presentation of results in a format that will be clear to clinical colleagues

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Essential Clinical Immunology Edited by John B. Zabriskie | Rockefeller University, New York

Designed as an introduction for practitioners and residents, this book explores how we can better understand disease and its treatment through clinical immunology. It discusses basic concepts of immunology and then the immunological aspects of various disease states involving major organs of the body. • Section on future directions of research guides readers forward into new territory • Discusses underlying immunology behind each disease • Uniquely covers role of immunology in disease states: explains how immunological approaches help the patient fight various diseases General Medicine

Epidemiology, Public Health and Medical Statistics

March 2009 253 x 177 mm 384pp 10 halftones 59 plates 30 tables 978-0-521-51681-5 Hardback £75.00 P 978-0-521-70489-2 Paperback £35.00 P

January 2009 247 x 174 mm 512pp 71 halftones 48 tables 978-0-521-84952-4 Hardback c. £70.00 P 978-0-521-61480-1 Paperback c. £35.00 P

Mastering Communication with Seriously Ill Patients

Practical Management of Liver Diseases Edited by Zobair M. Younossi | Inova Fairfax Hospital, Annandale, VA

This text is an essential resource for the day-to-day management of patients with liver disease and its complications. Each chapter is written by an expert in the field of hepatology and presents an evidence-based review of the disease or problem and a systematic approach to diagnosis and management. The text is supplemented by clear illustrations, algorithms, and tables. • Provides practical strategies for recognizing and treating common liver diseases; written for the nonspecialist • Contributors are internationally renowned hepatologists • Accessible format; packed with tables and algorithms for quick reference Gastroenterology

September 2008 253 x 177 mm 304pp 1 halftone 4 plates 71 tables 978-0-521-68489-7 Hardback £43.00 P

Balancing Honesty with Empathy and Hope Anthony Back | University of Washington

This book defines the specific communication tasks involved in talking with patients with life-threatening illnesses and their families. Topics include delivering bad news, transition to palliative care, discussing goals of advance-care planning and do-not-resuscitate orders, existential and spiritual issues, family conferences, medical futility, and other end of life conflicts. • Step by step roadmaps through the most common difficult conversations • Example conversations allow readers to see how conversational tools are used • Common pitfalls to avoid enables reader to avoid conversational traps General Medicine

May 2009 228 x 152 mm 172pp 19 tables 978-0-521-70618-6 Paperback c. £17.00

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Sports Medicine Edited by David Drez | Louisiana State University

Sports Medicine covers a wide variety of topics examining sports-related injuries, as well as clinical questions that will challenge providers on history, conditions, symptoms, and treatment. More than 200 conditions are discussed in detail. • All content presented in concise outline format for quick consultation • Small size pocket guide for easy reference • Practical, clinically-oriented presentation General Medicine | Cambridge Pocket Clinicians

October 2008 228 x 152 mm 480pp 978-0-521-73526-1 Paperback £35.00

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Dana-Farber Manual of Stem Cell and Bone Marrow Transplantation Joseph H. Antin | Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, Boston

A practical pocket manual for the entire stem cell and bone marrow transplant team, based on a popular in-house handbook used at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute. This manual covers all aspects of the transplantation process, from stem cell processing through management of transplant-related complications. • Easily accessible outline of all aspects of transplantation care • Written for all members of the stem cell and bone marrow transplantation team, from specialists to nurses • Smaller format for quick reference, in bulleted outline Hematology

April 2009 184 x 111 mm 200pp 2 halftones 16 tables 978-0-521-69975-4 Paperback c. £27.00 P

The BMT Data Book Second edition Reinhold Munker | Louisiana State University

The BMT Data Book is an essential guide to the data, outcome studies and complex decisionmaking processes involved in blood and marrow stem cell transplantation. Organized according to types of diseases and procedures, it contains more than a hundred tables, figures and algorithms that reflect up-to-date research and guidance. • Includes indications, original data and survival curves for each disorder to give clinicians a quick reference when making treatment decisions • Includes practical ‘how to’ guidelines to treat patients in the transplant unit • Includes basic science on cells to enhance understanding of the science behind stem cell and bone marrow transplant Hematology

February 2009 234 x 156 mm 488pp 978-0-521-71100-5 Paperback c. £45.00

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Clinical and Diagnostic Virology Goura Kudesia | Sheffield Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

This basic but comprehensive text covers both diagnostic and clinical aspects of medical virology, aimed at all healthcare professionals who need a clear understanding of viruses in the clinical setting. Organised into five main sections of individual viruses, related agents, clinical syndromes, diagnostic techniques and patient management. • Alphabetical listing of virus chapters in standard format for quick reference • Simple language with liberal use of tables, figures, clinical and diagnostic algorithms means complex information is presented in a user friendly format • Guidance on differential diagnosis, infection control, treatment (including prophylaxis) and use of the laboratory; this aids investigations and clinical management of patients Infectious Disease | Cambridge Clinical Guides

February 2009 234 x 156 mm 272pp 5 halftones 11 plates 62 tables 978-0-521-69467-4 Paperback c. £29.99 P

Essential Medical Imaging Edited by Robert N. Gibson | University of Melbourne

Essential Medical Imaging describes how medical imaging techniques are best used to solve clinical problems. All modalities – X-ray, CT, ultrasound, MRI and nuclear medicine – are reviewed, explaining how images are created, how to view them and common appearances of diseases. Written for medical students, radiology trainees, junior doctors and allied health professionals. • Comprehensive: Gives overview of medical imaging in a single text, providing virtually all of the medical imaging knowledge needed by a trainee, medical student or allied health professional • Text/CD combination: provides flexibility in level of detail that the reader can explore • Strong clinical focus, teaches clinical medicine at the same time as teaching the role of radiology and key radiology findings Medical Imaging

December 2008 246 x 189 mm 304pp 429 halftones 5 tables 978-0-521-70911-8 Mixed Media £38.00 P

A-Z of Abdominal Radiology Gabriel Conder | North West London Hospital NHS Trust

A concise, easily accessible radiological guide to the imaging of the common disorders of the abdomen and pelvis. An introductory section reviews the relevant radiological anatomy of the abdomen and pelvis, and is followed by over 80 abdominal disorders, each listing characteristics, clinical features, radiological features and clinical management. • Introductory section emphasises the relevant abdominal anatomy to assist in diagnosis • Concise text and numerous illustrations make this the ideal quick reference guide • Advises which imaging technique to use for each condition Medical Imaging

January 2009 234 x 156 mm 384pp 302 halftones 978-0-521-70014-6 Paperback £24.50 P

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How to Think Like a Radiologist Ordering Imaging Studies Tara Catanzano | Yale University, Connecticut

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This book is a guide to imaging studies for clinicians to aid in requesting the appropriate investigations for common clinical problems. The book addresses patient selection for studies, indications and contraindications for particular examinations, and advantages and limitations of each modality to help the reader study for accurate disease diagnosis. • Addresses imaging studies by modality, body region, and type of study • Guides clinicians in ordering the right studies in patient workups • Covers patient selection and preparation, study selection, contraindications, and limitations Medical Imaging

Prostate Cancer Edited by Hedvig Hricak | Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center

Prostate cancer is one of the most common malignancies in men. Although numerous treatments are available, there are few evidencebased guidelines. This volume describes imaging for diagnosis and staging, and all aspects of treatment of the disease. It is a valuable reference for radiologists, urologists, medical and radiation oncologists. • Contributions from all members of the multidisciplinary cancer care team • Exceptional high-quality illustrations and scans • Concise, practical and cutting edge content from one of the world’s pre-eminent cancer centres Medical Imaging | Contemporary Issues in Cancer Imaging

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Fetal Echocardiography

Pancreatic Cancer

A Practical Guide Lindsey D. Allan | King’s College Hospital, London

A practical, highly illustrated text on imaging the heart during fetal ultrasound examination, describing the standard views of the heart, each congenital heart malformation, and the likely outcome for each malformation. Written by an expert pediatric cardiologist, this is an invaluable resource for all practitioners involved in obstetric scanning. • Shows all the standard heart views and the possible variations from normal: provides a quick reference to the possible diagnoses when a specific difference from normal is seen on a scan • Gives images of almost all abnormal findings a practitioner will ever see: can be used to compare with a patient scan to reach a diagnosis • Utilizes author’s extensive experience to show normal images and all known abnormalities: this is the most valuable aid to diagnosis • Outlines the prognosis for each defect: gives the clinician an indication of the seriousness of the abnormality and its impact on the fetus Medical Imaging

April 2009 246 x 189 mm 302pp 300 halftones 7 tables 978-0-521-69520-6 Hardback c. £95.00 P

Edited by Jay P. Heiken | Mallinckrodt Institute of Radiology

Pancreatic cancer carries a very high morbidity; accurate staging is essential in determining treatment plans. This volume covers all imaging modalities utilized in this malignancy, including MDCT, MRI and EUS, and gives guidance on interpreting scans. All treatment options are reviewed in detail, along with chapters on epidemiology and genetics. • Exceptional high-quality illustrations and scans aid diagnosis and staging of this malignancy • Concise, practical, cutting edge content from an international team of experts from all members of the multidisciplinary cancer care team • All treatment options reviewed, including surgery and palliative care Medical Imaging | Contemporary Issues in Cancer Imaging

December 2008 247 x 174 mm 208pp 174 halftones 8 plates 4 tables 978-0-521-88692-5 Hardback £45.00 P

Teaching Medical Professionalism Edited by Richard L. Cruess | McGill University, Montréal

Interventional Radiological Treatment of Liver Tumors Edited by Andy Adam | King’s College Hospital, London

Surgery for liver tumours can be effective but carries considerable risks. New techniques have been developed recently, involving the insertion of needle-like instruments which destroy these tumours by freezing, heating or injection of chemicals. This book describes these methods and how they can transform the treatment of this lifethreatening condition. • Exceptional high-quality illustrations and scans • Concise, practical, cutting edge content from an international team of experts • Contributions from all members of the multidisciplinary cancer care team Medical Imaging | Contemporary Issues in Cancer Imaging

December 2008 247 x 174 mm 232pp 204 halftones 8 plates 19 tables 978-0-521-88687-1 Hardback £45.00 P

This is the first resource available to guide those designing and implementing programs on teaching medical professionalism. It outlines the cognitive base of professionalism, provides a theoretical basis for teaching, gives general principles for establishing programs at various levels of training, and documents the experience of leading institutions. The book also includes teaching aids. • Designed for medical educators looking for practical advice on how to develop and implement programs to teach professionalism • Documents the experience and advice of experts in the field • Contains appendices with teaching materials (also available in downloadable format on our website) Medical Law/Medical Ethics/Forensic Medicine

December 2008 253 x 177 mm 328pp 14 tables 978-0-521-88104-3 Hardback £45.00 P 978-0-521-70742-8 Paperback £24.99 P


Medicine

Clinical Forensic Medicine

The Neurology of Olfaction

Third edition Edited by W. D. S. McLay | University of Glasgow

Christopher H. Hawkes | Neuroscience Centre, Barts & The London School of Medicine & Dentistry, London

Now in its third edition, this book is an essential text for practitioners of clinical forensic medicine and for those who take them through judicial proceedings, be they prosecutors or defence lawyers. It has been revised to take account of changes in both statute and case law since publication of the previous edition. • Explains fully the UK law affecting doctors and the police – this is unfamiliar territory for most doctors • Full of resource material – doctors studying for examinations, as well as facing problems in practice, have answers to hand • Management of medical conditions seen in the abnormal circumstances of a police station is described in detail – doctors new to the field or meeting something new to them can be sure of reliable advice

Testing the sense of smell is often omitted or trivialized during neurological examination. This book will address this shortcoming by emphasizing the significance of this important sensory modality. Written by experts in the field, this book provides information useful to physicians for assessing and managing chemosensory disorders and summarizes the current scientific knowledge of human olfaction. • Comprehensive summary of human olfaction and its disorders – this is the only book you’ll need • Clinically oriented – focuses on loss of smell in neurological disease, with illustrative case-histories • Enough basic science to underpin clinical sections and act as a useful introduction for neuroscientists • Clear guidance on assessing sense of smell

Medical Law/Medical Ethics/Forensic Medicine

Neurology and clinical neuroscience

March 2009 246 x 189 mm 256pp 11 halftones 18 tables 978-0-521-70568-4 Paperback c. £40.00 P

February 2009 234 x 156 mm 240pp 25 halftones 18 plates 4 tables 978-0-521-68216-9 Paperback £45.00 P

Transplantation Pathology

Clinical Neuroradiology

Edited by Phillip Ruiz | University of Miami School of Medicine

A comprehensive textbook that addresses the pathological features of all areas of transplantation, with extensive pictorial coverage of complications affecting all grafted organs, as well as a description of underlying mechanisms for these processes. A useful book for practising pathologists, clinicians, support staff, and students involved or interested in transplantation. • Provides a better understanding of the complications affecting transplants • A pictorial display of pathological features affecting transplanted organs • Includes a CD-ROM of downloadable PowerPoint images of all illustrations contained in the book Medical/Laboratory Science/Pathology

March 2009 279 x 215 mm 408pp 354 plates 97 tables 978-0-521-87995-8 Hardback c. £90.00 A

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Edited by Bruce L. Miller | University of California, San Francisco

A unique and modern approach to the diagnosis and treatment of patients with dementing conditions in the twenty-first century. Edited by two leading authorities in the field of dementia and written by an international group of opinionleaders from the United States, Europe and Asia. • Comprehensive account of all dementing conditions – guides clinicians on a wide variety of conditions when diagnosis is in question • Includes the latest advances in diagnosis and treatment – provides readers with the latest advances in understanding and managing these conditions • Includes suggestions for future work in areas that are in need of more research – gives physician-scientists ideas for future research May 2009 246 x 189 mm 432pp 43 halftones 44 tables 978-0-521-85395-8 Hardback c. £95.00 P

This highly illustrated clinical text investigates the relationship between brain structure and function for all major neurological diseases by considering actual clinical cases. Designed as a truly interdisciplinary text, it gives radiologists the key clinical information on each neurological disease and neurologists the pertinent information on imaging findings. • Discusses only the clinically relevant neuroanatomy • Illustrations are a major feature – hundreds of images from all modalities and outstanding anatomical diagrams rendered in true radiographic (rather than ‘upside-down’ anatomic) orientation • Truly interdisciplinary: teaches neuroradiologists the neurological correlates they need and teaches neurologists the imaging correlates for all key neurological conditions Neurology and clinical neuroscience

The Behavioral Neurology of Dementia

Neurology and clinical neuroscience

A Case-Based Approach Gasser M. Hathout | University of California, Los Angeles, School of Medicine

Transient Ischemic Attack and Stroke Diagnosis, Investigation and Management Sarah T. Pendlebury | Stroke Prevention Research Unit, University of Oxford

Recent research has shown that accurate diagnosis, appropriate investigation, reliable risk stratification, and urgent treatment are essential after TIA and minor stroke and can reduce the risk of stroke recurrence by up to 80%. This book reviews recent developments in each of these areas. • Topic of central importance to all neurologists and stroke physicians • Clear, concise approach to investigation, diagnosis and management with high-profile author team • Effective management of TIAs will reduce morbidity and healthcare costs Neurology and clinical neuroscience

February 2009 234 x 156 mm 424pp 82 halftones 99 tables 978-0-521-73512-4 Paperback c. £35.00 P

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Common NeuroOphthalmic Pitfalls Case-Based Teaching Valerie A. Purvin | Indiana University Medical Center

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Using real-life cases describing patients with neuro-ophthalmic disorders, this book is a casebased teaching tool that bridges the gap between textbook information and everyday clinical practice. Each case illustrates a particular area of frequent diagnostic confusion, and highlights the specific clinical features that should point to the correct diagnosis. • Includes the most common neuro-ophthalmic disorders encountered by practising neurologists and ophthalmologists – will be immediately relevant to all trainees • Case-based approach to teaching clinical neuro-ophthalmology – allows wide coverage of conditions but highlighting the particular aspect of each condition that commonly causes difficulty • Questions addressed to the reader – maintains interest and heightens the real-life feel of the book • Well-illustrated, including patient material and radiographic studies – will help clinicians detect and identify characteristic abnormalities Neurology and clinical neuroscience

January 2009 246 x 189 mm 328pp 27 halftones 24 tables 978-0-521-71326-9 Paperback £45.00 P

Manual of Botulinum Toxin Therapy

Vascular Cognitive Impairment in Clinical Practice Edited by Lars-Olof Wahlund | Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm

Vascular cognitive impairment is the second most common cause of dementia after Alzheimer’s disease and is expected to grow in prevalence with the aging global population. The purpose of this authoritative book is to give a broad clinical perspective on vascular cognitive impairment and create a foundation for the implementation of good dementia care. • Presents detailed information on treatment – practical advice on the management of patients with vascular cognitive impairment • Discusses the scientific background of vessel-dependent cognitive impairment – gives the reader insight into how vascular disease affects cognitive functioning • Advises the reader on how to use the most modern imaging devices as well as neuropsychological and neurochemical techniques to diagnose vascular dementia • Presents pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment of cognitive and psychiatric symptoms Neurology and clinical neuroscience

February 2009 246 x 189 mm 272pp 17 halftones 5 plates 25 tables 978-0-521-87537-0 Hardback c. £65.00 P

Neuropsychological Rehabilitation

Edited by Daniel Truong | Orange Coast Memorial Medical Center

Theory, Models, Therapy and Outcome Barbara A. Wilson | MRC Cognition and Brain Sciences Unit, Cambridge

Provides practical guidance on the use of botulinum toxin in a wide variety of disorders, in many areas of medicine. Using clear line drawings, it describes the relevant injection sites for each condition and gives comparative dosage tables for the various formulations of toxin used in different muscle groups. • Gives clear guidance on locating anatomical sites for injection with high-quality illustrations • All procedures described in detail – can be used as a practical handbook to guide clinical practice • Clear comparisons of the available botulinum toxin preparations

An integrated approach to brain injury rehabilitation from an interdisciplinary team. Describes the holistic programme devised and adopted at the world famous Oliver Zangwill Centre, embracing a broad theoretical base which incorporates a variety of frameworks, theories and models. Includes real case examples and reviews the outcomes measured and achieved. • Describes in detail the holistic rehabilitation programme, devised and adopted at the world famous Oliver Zangwill Centre • Details the therapeutic strategies employed enabling the reader to establish similar group approaches • Includes real case examples illustrating different aspects of holistic rehabilitation

Neurology and clinical neuroscience

February 2009 246 x 189 mm 264pp 198 halftones 36 tables 978-0-521-69442-1 Hardback £45.00 P

Neuropsychology

May 2009 234 x 156 mm 448pp 18 halftones 4 plates 23 tables 978-0-521-84149-8 Hardback c. £55.00 P

Proactive Support of Labor The Challenge of Normal Childbirth Paul Reuwer | St. Elisabeth hospital/Brabant Medical School, Tilburg, Netherlands

Proactive Support of Labor enhances professional labor and delivery skills by providing the expertise for preventing prolonged labor which is the root-cause of women’s dissatisfaction with the experience of childbirth. Step-by-step guidance on good practice during labor is given, including fetal and maternal monitoring and pain relief. • Each chapter contains detailed subsection and is concluded with a concise summary • Contains key points boxes to provide a quick overview of important information Obstetrics and Gynecology

February 2009 246 x 189 mm 280pp 1 halftone 978-0-521-73576-6 Paperback £38.00 P


Medicine

Treatment of Multiple Myeloma and Related Disorders

The Recognition and Management of Early Psychosis

Edited by S. Vincent Rajkumar | Mayo Clinic, Minnesota

A Preventive Approach Second edition Edited by Henry J. Jackson | University of Melbourne

This book is an up-to-date resource for treatment of myeloma and related disorders. The chapters integrate relevant scientific information, but the focus is on providing practical therapeutic guidance for clinicians caring for myeloma patients. Editors and authors are leading authorities in the field. • Up-to-date • Comprehensive • All contributors have national and international reputation Oncology

December 2008 253 x 203 mm 216pp 14 halftones 32 plates 44 tables 978-0-521-51503-0 Hardback £45.00 P

Bipolar Disorder in Young People A Psychological Intervention Manual Craig A. Macneil | ORYGEN Youth Health, University of Melbourne

This new edition describes a stage-specific model highlighting the risk, the clinical and biological factors present during the development of psychotic illness, and the best treatments available for each of these stages. Guides practitioners and researchers in the adoption of carefully planned management strategies fully integrating treatment with prevention. • Fully comprehensive and international, covering causation, maintenance, disability and management • Presents a model to help understand the stages in the development of psychosis • Describes both treatment and prevention options Psychiatry, clinical & health psychology

February 2009 246 x 189 mm 496pp 5 halftones 41 tables 978-0-521-61731-4 Paperback c. £40.00 P

Community Treatment of Drug Misuse

Manual guiding the treatment of those with bipolar disorder in adolescence and early adulthood, taking into account the developmental issues which can have significant impact on therapeutic outcomes. The manual is illustrated with case studies and text boxes describing tips and techniques for the therapist. • The first book describing a psychological intervention for young people with bipolar disorder • Covers the specific developmental and other challenges presented by this group • Illustrated with case studies, tips and techniques for the therapist • Includes an extensive literature review and theoretical overview in addition to clinical guidance

As a result of methadone’s success as a treatment for heroin addiction, other effective methods of treatment have been neglected. Community Treatment of Drug Misuse has been highly praised for its practical orientation based on a solid research background, covering all treatment options for drug misusers. • Covers abuse and dependence across the full range of drugs, including types of drug misuse often neglected • Practically orientated for clinicians who undertake work in the field • Features case histories and ‘topic in brief’ boxes to provide an overview of treatment aspects for quick reference

Psychiatry, clinical & health psychology

Psychiatry, clinical & health psychology

March 2009 234 x 156 mm 300pp 5 halftones 978-0-521-71936-0 Paperback c. £29.99 P

May 2009 234 x 156 mm 208pp 21 tables 978-0-521-69183-3 Paperback c. £35.00

Back to Life, Back to Normality

Stalkers and their Victims

Cognitive Therapy, Recovery and Psychosis Douglas Turkington | University of Newcastle upon Tyne

Provides a resource for mental health professionals working with patients, to introduce the approach of cognitive therapy for psychosis, support ongoing therapy and make the most efficient use of appointment time. Helps sufferers learn how to control symptoms and delay or prevent relapse. • Helps sufferers learn how to control symptoms and delay or prevent relapse • Includes exercises to help sufferers explore their own beliefs and feelings to reflect on the way they cope • Provides a resource for mental health professionals working with patients, to introduce the approach of cognitive therapy for psychosis, support ongoing therapy and make the most efficient use of appointment time Psychiatry, clinical & health psychology

March 2009 234 x 156 mm 240pp 11 halftones 15 tables 978-0-521-69956-3 Paperback c. £13.99 P

More Than Methadone Second edition Nicholas Seivewright | Community Health Sheffield NHS Services

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Second edition Paul E. Mullen | Victorian Institute of Forensic Mental Health, Victoria

This new edition brings the reader up-to-date with the explosion in published research and clinical studies, and covers new issues such as cyberstalking, stalking health professionals, stalking in the workplace, female stalkers, juvenile stalkers, stalking celebrities, as well as exploring changes to the legal status of the behaviour. • New edition, providing new chapter in stalking behaviour and changes to the legal status of the behaviour • Illustrated with case studies to draw on the experience of victims as well as their stalkers • Written in a style to be rigorous and detailed yet accessible to anyone with a professional, academic or other interest in this complex behaviour Psychiatry, clinical & health psychology

November 2008 246 x 189 mm 334pp 978-0-521-73241-3 Paperback £35.00

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Better Mental Health Care Graham Thornicroft | King’s College London

A concise guide to establishing, developing and evaluating modern mental health services, providing the relevant evidence to support necessary choices between alternative models of care. • Includes text-boxes of quotations from service users/consumers describing their experiences, linked to the themes of each chapter • Provides multiple web links directing readers to additional sources of more detailed information • Features an appendix of abbreviations, acronyms and terminology in the mental heath field Psychiatry, clinical & health psychology

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November 2008 234 x 156 mm 194pp 10 halftones 53 tables 978-0-521-68946-5 Paperback £29.99 P

Treatment Manual for Smoking Cessation Groups A Guide for Therapists Werner G. K. Stritzke | University of Western Australia, Perth

Treatment Manual for Smoking Cessation Groups guides the reader through step-by-step instructions on how to implement treatments to help smokers give up their habit in a group environment. The manual describes how to deliver group interventions through an evidence-based, modular approach designed to suit a wide range of service settings. • Each module contains step-by-step guidelines, providing readers with practical instructions on how to present treatment strategies • Each module contains ready-to-use client handouts and worksheets, saving time for busy health care professionals • Each module contains tips for working with individuals for readers who wish to deliver the program to individuals rather than groups Psychiatry, clinical & health psychology

October 2008 234 x 156 mm 224pp 1 halftone 17 tables 978-0-521-70925-5 Paperback £19.99 P

Neuroimaging in Developmental Clinical Neuroscience Edited by Judith M. Rumsey | National Institute of Mental Health, Bethesda, Maryland

Modern neuroimaging offers tremendous opportunities for gaining insights into normative development and a wide array of developmental neuropsychiatric disorders. This book is unique in its focus on ontogeny, covering basic processes involved in healthy and atypical maturation, and also addressing the range of neuroimaging techniques widely used for studying children. • Includes summaries of developmental neuroimaging studies – will provide a quick and easy reference to key research findings on development • Includes copious illustrations of the types of brain images acquired using a variety of techniques, as well as key findings – visual presentations will help the reader understand the types of data that can be acquired and derived using neuroimaging approaches • Includes an extensive glossary of imaging and genetic terms – will serve as a ready reference for understanding technical imaging and genetic terms Psychiatry, clinical & health psychology

February 2009 246 x 189 mm 472pp 13 halftones 30 tables 978-0-521-88357-3 Hardback c. £95.00 P

Language Lateralization and Psychosis Edited by Iris E. C. Sommer | Universiteit Utrecht, The Netherlands

Illustrates the important fundamental aspects of cerebral lateralization and integrates this knowledge to explain how decreased language lateralization can facilitate psychotic symptoms in the human brain. This book should be read by psychiatrists, neurologists and neuroscientists working in the field of psychosis and other brain scientists interested in laterality. • Reviews asymmetry and language lateralization in the brain • Explains the role of language lateralization in psychosis and its symptoms • Includes contributions from an international team of authors • Provides quantitative reviews of the available literature Psychiatry, clinical & health psychology

March 2009 246 x 189 mm 232pp 15 halftones 10 plates 10 tables 978-0-521-88284-2 Hardback c. £65.00 P

Descriptive Psychopathology The Signs and Symptoms of Behavioral Disorders Michael Alan Taylor | University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Descriptive Psychopathology provides a broad review of the psychopathology of psychiatric illness, beyond the limitations of the DSM and ICD criteria. It explores the problems of the current diagnostic systems and discusses the background of psychiatric classification. It is invaluable to anyone who cares for patients with behavioral syndromes. • Describes the signs and symptoms of psychiatric illness critical for diagnosis and treatment • Includes tables summarising the main teaching points, patient vignettes and ‘virtual’ examples of diagnostic decision making • Provides a logical and practical approach to diagnosis and patient evaluation and examination Psychiatry, clinical & health psychology

November 2008 247 x 174 mm 498pp 59 tables 978-0-521-71391-7 Paperback £40.00 P

Adolescent Emotional Development and the Emergence of Depressive Disorders Edited by Nicholas B. Allen | University of Melbourne

This book explores the developmental changes occurring during the transition from childhood into early adolescence in order to understand how vulnerability to depression develops. The focus is on emotional development, which serves to encapsulate the cognitive, sexual, interpersonal and familial changes that are occurring during this life stage. • The first book to focus on the developmental roots of depression • Explains how research on emotion impacts the clinical treatment of depression • Fully integrates the developmental and clinical perspectives Psychiatry, clinical & health psychology

November 2008 234 x 156 mm 378pp 6 halftones 2 plates 4 tables 978-0-521-86939-3 Hardback £55.00 P


Medicine

Stahl’s Essential Pharmacology Online

Introduction to Bronchoscopy Edited by Armin Ernst | Harvard Medical School/Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center

Print and Online Stephen M. Stahl | University of California, San Diego

This is a bundle, comprising the 3rd edition of Stahl’s Essential Psychopharmacology text, with access to a 1-year subscription to Stahl’s Essential Psychopharmacology Online. Psychiatry, clinical & health psychology

January 2009 253 x 215 mm 978-0-521-74609-0 Print/online bundle

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Sperm Banking Theory and Practice Edited by Allan A. Pacey | University of Sheffield

This book examines the processes involved in banking sperm from sample production and storage, the subsequent treatment of the patient and the maintenance of the samples in storage, to the process of follow-up and the ultimate fate of frozen samples. • Each chapter builds on the previous one to show the process of sperm banking from beginning to end • The book crosses discipline boundaries from cryobiology, through psychology, into laboratory medicine and eventually fertility treatment – readers have a single source of information to refer to • Multidisciplinary team of authors including scientists, doctors, lawyers and social scientists Reproductive Medicine

March 2009 234 x 156 mm 196pp 19 halftones 978-0-521-61128-2 Paperback c. £40.00 P

Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis

Bronchoscopy is a frequently performed procedure, yet there is very little structured education, even for basic diagnostic interventions for the trainee. This book describes, in detail, how to perform various common bronchoscopic procedures and how to handle the equipment. All chapters are written by recognized experts in the field, who teach these skills regularly. • The only book available aimed at trainees • Describes how to perform common procedures in detail; abundantly illustrated • Applicable to surgeons, pulmonologists, and critical care physicians Respiratory Medicine

February 2009 253 x 177 mm 176pp 35 halftones 65 plates 21 tables 978-0-521-76628-9 Hardback c. £45.00 P 978-0-521-71109-8 Paperback c. £25.00 P

Hospital Surgery Foundations in Surgical Practice Omer Aziz | St Mary’s Hospital, London

Combines key surgical principles with modern practical knowledge in a clear and concise format. An Invaluable tool to both those studying for their exams and those going on to manage patients on the wards. • Quick reference guide when making treatment decisions • Can be used as a practical guide or revision resource • Written and edited by doctors of both practice and delivery of surgical education Surgery

January 2009 504pp 171 halftones 75 tables 978-0-521-68205-3 Paperback c. £29.99

Second edition Edited by Joyce Harper | University College London

The second edition of this leading textbook describes all aspects of PGD, with chapters written by key international experts in the field. A must for anyone interested in learning more about PGD, and of interest to everyone working in the fields of IVF, genetic diagnosis, genetic counselling, and prenatal diagnosis. • Covers theoretical background on all aspects of PGD, including inherited disorders, prenatal diagnosis, IVF • Laboratory techniques described in detail, including the different types of biopsy and diagnosis • Ideal textbook for training courses and workshops on PGD Reproductive Medicine

May 2009 246 x 189 mm 328pp 54 halftones 45 tables 978-0-521-88471-6 Hardback c. £70.00 P

Neonatology Edited by Richard Polin | Columbia University, New York

Neonatology covers a wide variety of topics related to neonatal medicine, as well as clinical questions that will challenge providers both in the outpatient setting and on maternal and neonatal conditions, symptoms, and procedures. More than 200 diseases and conditions are discussed in detail. • All content presented in concise outline format for quick consultation • Small size pocket guide for easy reference • Practical, clinically-oriented presentation

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Postgraduate Orthopaedics The Candidate’s Guide to the FRCS (TR & Orth) Examination Edited by Paul A. Banaszkiewicz | Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Gateshead

The FRCS (Tr & Orth) examination is a stressful experience, even for the most well-prepared candidate. There is nothing more frustrating than a good candidate with good knowledge failing because of lack of appropriate preparation or examination technique. This book will guide the orthopaedic trainee in preparing for the examination before they are thrown into the lion’s den, presenting the key essentials for success. • Bullet points, tables and summary boxes all help to present information in an easily accessible manner to the reader • At the end of each topic, important points are re-emphasised with examples of actual exam questions • Gives a blow-by-blow account of what to expect in the exams Surgery

December 2008 246 x 189 mm 632pp 17 halftones 21 tables 978-0-521-67463-8 Paperback £45.00 P

Reproductive Medicine | Cambridge Pocket Clinicians

October 2008 228 x 152 mm 632pp 978-0-521-73523-0 Paperback £35.00

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Cambridge Illustrated History of Surgery Harold Ellis | Charing Cross & Westminster Medical School, London

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Written in a lively and engaging style, this book provides a fascinating introduction to the development of surgery through the ages. Heavily illustrated in colour, The Cambridge Illustrated History of Surgery is the only serious choice for a reader wanting a lively and informative single-volume introduction to surgical history. • Written in a lively and accessible style that will bring the subject alive for both professional and lay readers • Author is one of the UK’s most eminent surgeons, with a distinguished career as an academician and teacher, and the author of 24 books • Profusely illustrated in colour; many unique and powerful illustrations • Offers a global view of the fascinating history of surgical intervention, and the benefit these have given to humanity Surgery

December 2008 246 x 189 mm 288pp 978-0-521-89623-8 Hardback £75.00 978-0-521-72033-5 Paperback £35.00

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Index

A Ab Initio Molecular Dynamics.......................86 Abbas, Tahir.................................................35 Accounting Principles for Non-Executive Directors...................................................55 Accretion Processes in Star Formation...........95 Acs, Zoltan...................................................49 Adam, Andy ..............................................110 Adams, Maurice...........................................53 Adger, W. Neil..............................................40 Adolescent Emotional Development and the Emergence of Depressive Disorders....114 Advanced Condensed Matter Physics............86 Advanced Data Structures............................83 Afary, Janet..................................................76 African Women’s Movements.......................40 Ague, Jay.....................................................92 Ahmed, Sameena T.....................................106 Aiming at Virtue in Plato................................4 Aksu-Koç, Ayhan..........................................37 Alencar, Marcelo S........................................97 Algebraic Theory of Differential Equations.....78 Algorithmic Aspects of Graph Connectivity....84 Algorithmic Number Theory..........................81 Aliens and Englishness in Elizabethan Drama.......................................................13 All the Way with LBJ.....................................66 Allan, Lindsey D..........................................110 Allen, Nicholas B........................................114 Allen, Robert C.............................................65 Amann, Wolfgang........................................48 Ambraseys, Nicholas.....................................93 American 1930s, The....................................15 Anaesthesia Science Viva Book, The............107 Analysing English Sentences.........................24 Analysis in Positive Characteristic..................77 Analysis of Variance Designs.........................82 Analytic Combinatorics.................................78 Analytic Number Theory................................80 Anatomy of Meaning, The.............................23 Ancient Critic at Work, The.............................6 Ancient Epistemology.....................................4 Anderwald, Lieselotte ..................................22 Anesthesia for the High Risk Patient...........107 Animal Experimentation.............................101 Antin, Joseph H..........................................109 Antitrust and Global Capitalism, 1930–2004...............................................73 Applebaum, David........................................77 Applied Geostatistics with SGeMS................94 Applied Speech and Audio Processing...........96 Approaches to Quantum Gravity...................87 Apps, Patricia...............................................53 Apuleius........................................................5 Apuleius: Metamorphoses..............................5 Arab Economies in the Twenty-First Century.....................................................50 Arenson, Christine . ...................................108 Arnold, Barry C.............................................83 Arnold, Bill T.................................................29 Arnold, Robert...........................................108 Aroney, Nicholas..........................................54 Arora, Sanjeev..............................................83 Arrowsmith, Sue...........................................57 Art and Identity in Dark Age Greece, 1100–700 BC.............................................5 Arthurs, Graham.........................................107 Asch, Evelyn D..............................................50 Ascher, Uri M................................................81

Assessing the Conservation Value of Freshwaters.............................................105 Astronomical Applications of Astrometry.......94 Astronomical Spectrographs and their History......................................................94 Atack, Jeremy...............................................53 Atkinson, Kerry...........................................109 Atkinson, Martin..........................................20 Atlantic World, The.......................................74 Atmospheric Thermodynamics.......................90 Audretsch, David B.......................................49 Auguste Comte............................................44 Augustus.......................................................3 Auletta, Gennaro..........................................89 Austen, Jane................................................14 Autonomy, Informed Consent and Medical Law..............................................61 Aydede, Murat.............................................37 Ayling, Julie..................................................34 Aziz, Omer.................................................115

B Baaijens, Frank.............................................96 Babby, Leonard H.........................................24 Bacciagaluppi, Guido....................................88 Bach, Bernard............................................109 Bachner, Thomas..........................................55 Back to Life, Back to Normality...................113 Back, Anthony............................................108 Baddeley, Michelle C.....................................48 Baker, Andy..................................................42 Baker, Robert B.............................................25 Balakrishnan, N............................................83 Baldwin, Richard..........................................60 Balk, Bert.....................................................50 Balladeering, Minstrelsy, and the Making of British Romantic Poetry..........................12 Ballou, Jeffrey P............................................50 Ballou, Jonathan........................................104 Banaszkiewicz, Paul A.................................115 Barak, Boaz..................................................83 Barber, Charles.............................................21 Barrowclough, Diana V..................................48 Bateman, Andrew.......................................112 Bavin, Edith L...............................................22 Baz, Jamil.....................................................51 Beal, Joan C.................................................21 Beales, Derek...............................................72 Becerra, Manuel...........................................33 Beckett, Technology and the Body.................19 Bedi, Sonu...................................................47 Bednar, Jenna...............................................43 Beer, Gillian....................................................8 Beer, John....................................................11 Behavioral Neurology of Dementia, The.......111 Beik, William................................................72 Beiser, Frederick C........................................26 Bekman, Sevda............................................37 Belew, Richard K..........................................84 Ben Jonson and Envy....................................13 Ben Jonson and the Politics of Genre............13 Bendixen, Alfred...........................................16 Bendoly, Elliot..............................................32 Benger, Jonathan........................................107 Benjamin, Mara H........................................30 Benjamin, Thomas........................................74 Berend, Ivan T...............................................69 Berezin, Mabel.............................................34 Berg, Manfred..............................................74 Berk, Michael.............................................113

Berkeley: Philosophical Writings....................28 Berntsen, Dorthe..........................................37 Bertorelle, Giorgio......................................104 Bertot, Yves..................................................85 Better Mental Health Care..........................114 Beyond Corporate Social Responsibility.........31 Beyond the UN Charter................................62 Beyond Totalitarianism.................................69 Bhagat, Rabi S..............................................48 Bieri, Lydia...................................................88 Bigi, I. I........................................................90 Bilateral and Regional Trade Agreements......59 Bindseil, Ulrich.............................................52 Biological Control of Tropical Weeds using Arthropods.....................................105 Biomechanics...............................................96 Biomimetic Robotics.....................................98 Biotechnology............................................101 Bipolar Disorder in Young People................113 Bird Conservation and Agriculture...............105 Birnir, Johanna Kristin...................................41 Bischoff, James L..........................................63 Blair, Peter D.................................................48 Blanter, Yaroslav...........................................86 Blockmans, Steven.......................................56 BMT Data Book, The...................................109 Boas, Gideon................................................63 Boeve, Bradley F.........................................111 Boggs, Sam .................................................93 Bolhuis, Johan . .........................................103 Bomhoff, Jacco.............................................53 Boon, Philip...............................................105 Booth, John A...............................................41 Borch-Jacobsen, Mikkel................................38 Bose-Condensed Gases at Finite Temperatures............................................86 Bouchaud, Jean-Philippe..............................87 Boucher, Alexandre . ....................................94 Boucher, Yann..............................................89 Boundary Control of PDEs............................78 Bowden, Brett..............................................62 Bowes, Kim....................................................5 Bowie, Ewen..................................................7 Bowler, Peter J..............................................77 Brabban, Alison..........................................113 Braithwaite, Valerie.......................................38 Brakman, Steven..........................................53 Brass, Peter..................................................83 Brekelmans, Marcel......................................96 Brenner, Gabrielle A......................................50 Brenner, Reuven...........................................50 Brenner, Saul................................................39 Bresolin, Fabio..............................................95 Breuste, Jürgen H.......................................103 Bricker, Simon............................................107 Bridle, Jon..................................................104 Briscoe, David............................................104 Britain, David...............................................20 British Industrial Revolution in Global Perspective, The..............................65 British Islam.................................................35 Broad, Jacqueline.........................................25 Bronk, Richard.............................................49 Brooks, Chris................................................51 Brooks, Christopher W..................................64 Brooks, Sarah M...........................................41 Brousseau, Eric.............................................52 Browers, Michaelle L.....................................44 Brown, Aaron...............................................50 Brudholm, Thomas........................................58 Bruford, Michael W.....................................104

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Bruinse, Hein..............................................112 Brummel-Smith, Kenneth............................108 Bruns, Jana F................................................68 Buchanan, Judith..........................................13 Buckley, Elizabeth.........................................55 Budelmann, Felix............................................7 Buhler, J.P.....................................................81 Building Party Systems in Developing Democracies..............................................41 Building Scientific Apparatus.........................88 Bullish on Uncertainty..................................36 Burwick, Frederick.......................................18 Busby-Whitehead, Jan ...............................108 Busch, Danny...............................................53 Butlin, Roger..............................................104 Byzantium Between the Ottomans and the Latins..................................................70

C Cairns, Stephen..........................................104 Calame, Claude..............................................7 Calhoon, Robert McCluer.............................66 Caligiuri, Paula.............................................32 Calvert, Jane E..............................................67 Cambridge Companion to African American Women’s Literature, The..............16 Cambridge Companion to American Travel Writing, The...............................................16 Cambridge Companion to Benjamin Franklin, The..............................................15 Cambridge Companion to Bob Dylan, The.....16 Cambridge Companion to Boethius, The........26 Cambridge Companion to Daniel Defoe, The...........................................................11 Cambridge Companion to Darwin, The..........26 Cambridge Companion to Greek Lyric, The......7 Cambridge Companion to Harold Pinter, The...........................................................18 Cambridge Companion to Hegel and Nineteenth-Century Philosophy, The...........26 Cambridge Companion to John Henry Newman, The............................................31 Cambridge Companion to Lévi-Strauss, The...........................................................35 Cambridge Companion to Medieval English Literature 1150-1500, The.............12 Cambridge Companion to Paul Tillich, The.....31 Cambridge Companion to Performance Studies, The...............................................19 Cambridge Companion to Philo, The.............30 Cambridge Companion to Seamus Heaney, The...............................................18 Cambridge Companion to the Literature of World War II, The...................................17 Cambridge Companion to the TwentiethCentury English Novel, The...........................9 Cambridge Companion to Thomas Jefferson, The............................................16 Cambridge Companion to Voltaire, The.........17 Cambridge Dictionary of Classical Civilization, The...........................................7 Cambridge Double Star Atlas, The.................94 Cambridge Edition of the Works of Jane Austen, The...............................................14 Cambridge Handbook of Child Language, The...........................................................22 Cambridge Handbook of Culture, Organizations, and Work............................48 Cambridge Handbook of Literacy, The...........38

Cambridge Handbook of Personality Psychology, The.........................................37 Cambridge Handbook of Situated Cognition, The...........................................37 Cambridge History of China, The...................74 Cambridge History of Inner Asia, The.............75 Cambridge History of Jewish Philosophy, The...........................................................30 Cambridge History of Literary Criticism, The...........................................................12 Cambridge History of Science, The.................77 Cambridge History of Spanish Literature, The...........................................................17 Cambridge History of the Book in Britain, The...........................................................15 Cambridge History of the Byzantine Empire, The................................................70 Cambridge Illustrated Handbook of Optoelectronics and Photonics...................89 Cambridge Illustrated History of Surgery.....116 Cambridge Illustrated History of Warfare, The...........................................................75 Cambridge Introduction to Comedy, The.......20 Cambridge Introduction to Edith Wharton, The...........................................................16 Cambridge Introduction to J. M. Coetzee, The.............................................................8 Cambridge Introduction to Jean Rhys, The.....17 Cambridge Introduction to Theatre Historiography, The....................................20 Cambridge World History of Medical Ethics, The.................................................25 Camilleri, Kristian.........................................88 Cancelado, Rafael E....................................105 Cao, Cong....................................................32 Carbon Nanotube Science............................98 Carey, John M..............................................42 Cartesian Linguistics.....................................21 Cartwright, John..........................................57 Caserio, Robert L............................................9 Casey, Jean-Pierre........................................54 Casimiro, Isabel............................................40 Catanzano, Tara..........................................110 Cesarano, Filippo..........................................51 Chabrier, Gilles.............................................95 Chacko, George............................................51 Changing Relations......................................38 Chaos and Complexity in Psychology............38 Chapman, Colin.........................................103 Charity in Islamic Societies............................76 Charles Darwin in Australia.........................101 Charles Darwin’s Shorter Publications, 1829–1883.............................................105 Charlesworth, Hilary.....................................62 Charney, Michael W......................................76 Charvet, John...............................................45 Checkel, Jeffrey T..........................................43 Chemini, Claudio........................................104 Chemorheology of Polymers.........................99 Chen, W. W. L...............................................80 Cherney, Adrian............................................33 Chica da Silva..............................................75 China’s Emerging Technological Edge...........32 Chinese Worker after Socialism, The..............45 Chirico, Alessandra.......................................54 Cho, Young Nam..........................................43 Chomsky, Noam...........................................21 Chong, Joyce L. Y........................................114 Christe, Barbara...........................................96 Christian Parthenon, The...............................29 Chung, Walter H...........................................78

Churches of the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem, A Corpus, The...........................71 Chushichi, Tsuzuki........................................74 Cinema and Classical Texts.............................6 City and Community in Norman Italy............70 Clahsen, Harald............................................20 Clancy, Mike...............................................107 Clark, Eve V..................................................22 Clarke, Desmond M......................................28 Classical and Quantum Information Theory.......................................................97 Classical Optics and its Applications..............89 Clements, J. Clancy.......................................23 Clewis, Robert R...........................................26 Climate, Affluence, and Culture.....................39 Clinical and Diagnostic Virology..................109 Clinical Forensic Medicine...........................111 Clinical Neuroradiology..............................111 Cloud and Precipitation Microphysics............90 Clyne, Michael..............................................23 Code-switching............................................23 Cohn, Raymond L.........................................67 Cold-Water Corals......................................104 Collins, Hugh................................................57 Colonial American Origins of Modern Democratic Thought, The............................43 Combinatorics: The Rota Way........................78 Cometography.............................................96 Common Destiny..........................................68 Common Legal Framework for Takeover Bids in Europe...........................................55 Common Neuro-Ophthalmic Pitfalls............112 Community Treatment of Drug Misuse........113 Comparative Politics.....................................42 Compendium of Partial Differential Equation Models, A...................................81 Computational Complexity...........................83 Computational Introduction to Number Theory and Algebra, A................................84 Concepts and Practice of Mathematical Finance, The..............................................83 Conceptual Mathematics..............................80 Concise Geologic Time Scale, The..................91 Concrete Vaulted Construction in Imperial Rome.............................................1 Conde, Roberto Cortés.................................73 Conder, Gabriel..........................................109 Conflict, Negotiation and European Union Enlargement....................................46 Conn, Peter..................................................15 Connell, Philip..............................................10 Constitution of a Federal Commonwealth, The...........................................................54 Constitutional Rights in Two Worlds..............53 Contest Problem Book IX, The.......................79 Contest Problem Book VIII, The.....................79 Conus, Philippe..........................................113 Converse, Nathan.........................................54 Converting Bohemia.....................................72 Cook, Andrew C.........................................110 Cooley, Alison................................................3 Cooper, Matthew A....................................102 Cooperative Communications and Networking.............................................100 Coplan, Michael A........................................88 Core Topics in Thoracic Anesthesia..............106 Corporate Insolvency Law.............................54 Corr, Philip J.................................................37 Correspondence of Henry Cromwell, 1655–1659, The........................................64 Cortical Mechanisms of Vision....................102


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Cortina, Jeronimo.........................................82 Cotton, Hannah.............................................3 Counter-Democracy......................................47 Cousins, A. D................................................13 CP Violation.................................................90 Cracking the Ad Code.................................100 Craiutu, Aurelian..........................................46 Creative Mathematics...................................80 Creditor Protection in Private Companies......55 Creep and Fracture of Ice..............................91 Crime Prevention..........................................33 Crime, War and Global Trafficking.................45 Crisis, Revolution, and Russian Jews.............72 Cromarty, Paul............................................113 Cronk, Nicholas............................................17 Cross-border Internet Dispute Resolution......56 Cross, Michael C...........................................88 Crosswhite Hyde, Virginia.............................14 Crowther, Paul A...........................................95 Cruess, Richard L........................................110 Cruess, Sylvia R..........................................110 Csapo, Eric.....................................................6 Cultural Politics of Human Rights, The...........34 Cultural Transmission....................................39 Cumming, Paul...........................................102 Cunningham, Lawrence S.............................31 Curien, Nicolas.............................................52 Curley, Thomas M.........................................11 Currency of Socialism, The............................75 Cushman, Thomas........................................58

D Dahlgren, Peter............................................43 Dalton, Bill...................................................51 Dana-Farber Manual of Stem Cell and Bone Marrow Transplantation..................109 Darby, Derrick..............................................29 Darfur and the Crime of Genocide................56 Darwiche, Adnan..........................................85 Darwin, Charles............................................14 Darwin’s Plots................................................8 Davis, Christopher C.....................................88 Davis, Ellen F................................................29 Davis, Tracy C................................................19 Davison, A. C................................................83 Daynes, Sarah..............................................34 de Haan, Jakob............................................52 de Jong, Frank..............................................52 de Jong, Mayke............................................71 de Wet, Erika................................................61 De Wulf, Hans..............................................55 Dean, Martin................................................68 Decision Behaviour, Analysis and Support......33 Deepening Darkness, The..............................40 Dekker, I. F....................................................61 Delusions of Intelligence...............................73 Democratization of Invention, The.................67 Dennell, Robin..............................................35 Desai, Rashmi C...........................................88 Descriptive Psychopathology.......................114 Design, Measurement and Management of Large-Scale IP Networks........................97 Desire and Dramatic Form in Early Modern England........................................13 Desire for Race.............................................34 Desurvire, Emmanuel....................................97 Detloff, Madelyn.............................................9 Dettmar, Kevin J. H........................................16 Di Cosmo, Nicola..........................................75

Digital Image Processing for Medical Applications..............................................96 Digital Television Systems.............................97 Dinosaurs...................................................106 Dinstein, Yoram............................................59 Directors/Directing........................................19 Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for Solving Elliptic and Parabolic Equations......81 Discovering Levinas......................................30 Discovering the Expanding Universe.............88 Disney, A. R..................................................70 Distorted Ideals in Greek Vase-Painting...........4 Djupe, Paul A................................................40 Doh, Jonathan..............................................32 Dominicans, Muslims and Jews in the Medieval Crown of Aragon........................70 Doner, Richard F............................................46 Donnelly, Phillip J..........................................10 Dopaminergic Mind in Human History and Evolution, The.....................................38 Doty, Richard L...........................................111 Dougherty, Geoff..........................................96 Douglas Haig and the First World War...........64 Douglas, Zachary..........................................61 Downey, Allen B. .........................................85 Doyle, Linda...............................................100 Dressler, Dirk..............................................112 Drez, David................................................109 du Bois-Pedain, Antje...................................58 du Bois, François..........................................58 DuBois, Thomas A.........................................31 Dupont, William D......................................108 Duval, Paul...................................................91 Dvorkin, Jack................................................93 Dwyer, Déirdre..............................................60 Dynamics of Self-Organized and SelfAssembled Structures................................88

E Earthquakes and Tsunamis in the Past..........93 Earthquakes in the Mediterranean and Middle East...............................................93 Ebbesson, Jonas...........................................56 Ebel, John....................................................93 Ecology of Cities and Towns.......................103 Economic Analysis of Social Common Capital......................................................50 Economic Development and Transition..........48 Economic Psychology of Tax Behaviour, The...........................................................38 Economic Theory and Global Warming..........49 Edixhoven, Bas.............................................81 Effects of EU Citizenship, The........................57 Eggert, Paul...................................................9 El-Gamal, Mahmoud A.................................52 Electrical Dynamics of the Dendritic Space......................................................102 Electromagnetic Band Gap Structures in Antenna Engineering.................................99 Electronic Structure......................................87 Electrons and Phonons in Semiconductor Multilayers................................................86 Elements of Stress Analysis...........................99 Ellis, Harold................................................116 Ellyard, David ..............................................94 Elsner, Ja .......................................................7 Emergency Airway Management.................107 Emerging Multinationals in Emerging Markets.....................................................32 Empire on Trial, An.......................................64

End of Dialogue in Antiquity, The....................6 Endersby, Jim...............................................14 Enfield, N. J..................................................23 Enforcing the English Reformation in Ireland......................................................64 English Language, The..................................21 English Words..............................................21 Enlightenment and the Creation of German Catholicism..................................71 Entrepreneurship, Growth, and Public Policy........................................................49 Environment and International Relations, The...........................................................45 Environmental Law and Justice in Context....56 Erkinjuntti, Timo.........................................112 Ernst, Armin...............................................115 Ernst, Monique...........................................114 Erukhimova, Tatiana.....................................90 Essential Clinical Immunology.....................108 Essential Medical Imaging..........................109 Essentials of Cognitive Radio......................100 Essentials of Wireless Mesh Networking......101 Estevadeordal, Antoni...................................60 Estuaries......................................................92 Ethnicity and Electoral Politics.......................41 European Arrest Warrant in Practice, The.......62 European Civil Code, The..............................57 European Financial Markets and Institutions................................................52 European Identity.........................................43 European Union and Crisis Management, The...........................................................56 Europeanisation of International Law, The.....61 Evaluating Derivatives .................................82 Evans, Andrew D.........................................105 Evans, C. Stephen.........................................26 Evans, Jonathan J.......................................112 Evidence-Based Diagnosis..........................108 Excel Basics to Blackbelt...............................32 Experiments and Competition Policy.............52

F Fabrication of Empire...................................73 Faires, J. Douglas..........................................79 Falk, Raphael...............................................28 Family Fictions in Roman Art...........................1 Farrall, Jeremy..............................................62 Fastovsky, David E......................................106 Fate of Young Democracies, The....................54 Ferguson, Diane.........................................114 Ferguson, Tanya S.......................................111 Fetal Echocardiography...............................110 Fichte: Addresses to the German Nation.......47 Fielding, Penny.............................................12 Financial Derivatives.....................................51 Financial Products........................................51 Finch, Vanessa..............................................54 Finding Out About........................................84 Finding the Big Bang....................................95 First Course in Digital Communications, A.....97 First Course in General Relativity, A...............87 First Course in Order Statistics, A..................83 First Course in String Theory, A......................89 First Course in the Numerical Analysis of Differential Equations, A............................81 First Language Acquisition............................22 First Way of War, The....................................67 Fiscal Governance in Europe.........................42 Fish, M. Steven.............................................41 Fitzpatrick, Sheila.........................................69

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Flajolet, Philippe...........................................78 Flamholtz, Eric..............................................33 Flannery O’Connor.......................................15 Flora of Great Britain and Ireland................106 Flynn, James R........................................37, 39 Fogg, Shannon L...........................................69 Fokas, Athanassios S.....................................78 Foot, Sarah...................................................65 Form and Function in Developmental Evolution...................................................28 Form, Program, and Metaphor in the Music of Berlioz...........................................2 Fortunato, Mauro.........................................89 Foundations in Evolutionary Cognitive Neuroscience...........................................102 Foxhall, Lin.....................................................7 Frank, Allen J................................................75 Frankel, Jonathan.........................................72 Frankham, Richard.....................................104 Franx, Arie..................................................112 Free Movement of Goods and Limits of Regulatory Autonomy in the EU and WTO.........................................................57 Freitas, Roger.................................................2 Freiwald, André..........................................104 French Grand Opera and the Historical Imagination.................................................2 French, Simon..............................................33 Freund, L. B..................................................99 Freyer, Tony A...............................................73 From Hellenism to Islam.................................3 From Semantics to Computer Science............85 From the Soviet Bloc to the European Union........................................................69 Frynas, Jedrzej George..................................31 Fulford, Tim..................................................11 Fundamentals of High-Frequency CMOS Analog Integrated Circuits.........................96 Fundamentals of Modern VLSI Devices..........98 Fundamentals of Photonic Crystal Guiding....98 Fundamentals of Political Science Research, The............................................47 Furtado, Júnia Ferreira..................................75

G Gallo, Luciana ...............................................5 Games, Scales and Suslin Cardinals: The Cabal Seminar Volume I.............................80 Gamst, Glenn...............................................82 Gardner-Chloros, Penelope...........................23 Garnaut Climate Change Review, The...........91 Garnaut, Ross..............................................91 Garretsen, Harry...........................................53 Gaunt, Peter.................................................64 Gauthier, Serge..........................................112 Gay, David.................................................100 Gelman, Andrew..........................................82 Gene Patents and Collaborative Licensing Models.......................................59 General Jurisprudence..................................60 Genesis........................................................29 Genesis of the GATT, The..............................59 Genetic Analysis...........................................28 Genocide in International Law......................58 Geological Fluid Dynamics............................92 George, Graeme A........................................99 Gerbino, Giuseppe..........................................2 Gerson, Lloyd.................................................4 Geyer, Michael.............................................69 Gibson, Robert N........................................109

Gies, David T.................................................17 Gilbert, Christopher P....................................40 Giles, Matthew...........................................111 Gilligan, Carol..............................................40 Global Warming...........................................91 Glynn, Peter W..............................................83 Godman, Peter.............................................17 Goffinet, Bernard.......................................106 Gold, Bonnie................................................80 Goldbart, Paul..............................................89 Golden, Peter B............................................75 Goldenberg, Jacob......................................100 Goldhammer, Arthur.....................................47 Goldhill, Simon...............................................6 Gonzalez, Fernando......................................52 Goode, Mike................................................10 Goodwin, Robin...........................................38 Gopinath, Anand..........................................98 Goudappel, Flora..........................................57 Governing Sustainability...............................40 Gowers, W. T.................................................80 Grabosky, Peter............................................34 Gracey, Fergus............................................112 Gradstein, Felix M.........................................91 Gravitational Systems of Groundwater Flow..........................................................92 Greek Mythology............................................7 Greek Sculpture.............................................5 Green, Dennis..............................................17 Green, Karen................................................25 Greenside, Henry..........................................88 Greenwood, Christopher J.............................63 Grenier, John................................................67 Grice, Philip V.............................................105 Griewank, Andreas.......................................82 Griffin, Allan.................................................86 Griffiths, Graham W......................................81 Griva, Igor....................................................82 Growing Up Fatherless in Antiquity.................7 Gruner, Wolf.................................................68 Guarino, A. J.................................................82 Guastello, Stephen J.....................................38 Guide to Complex Variables, A......................82 Guidoboni, Emanuela...................................93 Gunther, Richard..........................................43 Gura, Ein-Ya.................................................49 Gurr, Andrew................................................18 Gutting, Gary...............................................27

H Haber, Judith................................................13 Hadjiliadis, Olympia......................................97 Hagan, John.................................................56 Hahs, Amy K...............................................103 Halberstam, H..............................................80 Hales, Shelley.................................................1 Hall, Edith......................................................6 Hallaq, Wael B. . ..........................................76 Hallerberg, Mark..........................................42 Hallett, Mark..............................................112 Halley, Peter J...............................................99 Hamburger, Maik..........................................19 Hamera, Judith.............................................16 Handbook of Lexicography, A........................21 Handbook of National Legislatures, The........41 Handbook of Practical Logic and Automated Reasoning...............................85 Handbook on Reading WTO Goods and Services Schedules, A.................................60 Hannay, Alastair...........................................28

Harmonizing Work, Family, and Personal Life.32 Harper, Joyce..............................................115 Harris, Ian G.................................................98 Harris, J. P.....................................................64 Harris, Laurence.........................................102 Harris, Peter J. F............................................98 Harrison, John..............................................85 Hartmann, Lee.............................................95 Hasty, Melissa K.........................................113 Hathout, Gasser M.....................................111 Hauffe, Heidi C...........................................104 Hawkes, Christopher H...............................111 Head Injury................................................107 Head, Dominic................................................8 Hearnshaw, John B.......................................94 Heat Transfer Physics..................................100 Hedlund, Stefan...........................................51 Hegel’s Practical Philosophy..........................25 Heiken, Jay P...............................................110 Heisenberg and the Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics..................................88 Hermsdörfer, Joachim ................................102 Hesselink, Martijn.........................................57 Heyman, Jacques..........................................99 Hibberd, Sarah...............................................2 Hicken, Allen................................................41 High-Speed Electronics and Optoelectronics.........................................98 Hilbert Transforms........................................77 Hinloopen, Jeroen........................................52 Hiskes, Richard P...........................................28 Historical Justice in International Perspective................................................74 History of Bangladesh, A...............................76 History of German Theatre, A........................19 History of Modern Burma, A.........................76 History of Portugal and the Portuguese Empire, A...................................................70 History of Women’s Political Thought in Europe, 1400–1700, A..............................25 Hitler’s Italian Allies......................................69 Hodge, Jonathan..........................................26 Holgate, Peter A...........................................55 Holocaust Drama..........................................19 Hornle, Julia.................................................56 Hornstein, Norbert........................................24 Horwitz, Lawrence P.....................................87 Hospital Surgery.........................................115 Houghton, John............................................91 Houston, Kevin.............................................79 How to Think Like a Mathematician..............79 How to Think Like a Radiologist..................110 Hoyland, Robert.............................................3 Hricak, Hedvig............................................110 Hsu, Elisabeth..............................................76 Hübner, Sabine R............................................7 Huet, Gérard................................................85 Huffman, Michael.......................................103 Huggon, Ian C............................................110 Hulme, Mike.................................................51 Huls, Nick.....................................................53 Human Right to a Green Future, The.............28 Humanism in Business..................................48 Humanity’s Burden.......................................75 Hungary from the Nazis to the Soviets..........69 Hunter, Richard..............................................5 Hurst, William...............................................45 Hutchings, Kevin...........................................11 Hutchinson, Peter J.....................................107 Hutchison, William D..................................105 Hutter, Jürg..................................................86


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Hwang, Jenq-Neng.......................................97 Hydroclimatology.........................................92

I Ibaraki, Toshihide.........................................84 Illiberal Politics in Neoliberal Times................34 Imaging Dopamine.....................................102 Imagining Equality in Nineteenth-Century American Literature...................................16 Innes, Christopher........................................19 Input-Output Analysis...................................48 Insect Species Conservation........................105 Insights into Game Theory............................49 Integrated Pest Management......................105 Intelligent Testing.........................................36 International Courts and Environmental Protection.................................................56 International Criminal Law Practitioner Library.......................................................63 International Law.........................................62 International Law of Belligerent Occupation, The.........................................59 International Law of Investment Claims, The...........................................................61 International Law Reports.............................63 Internet and Digital Economics.....................52 Interpersonal Networks in Organizations.......33 Interventional Radiological Treatment of Liver Tumors............................................110 Introducing English Linguistics......................21 Introduction to Biomedical Instrumentation.........................................96 Introduction to Bronchoscopy.....................115 Introduction to Bryophytes..........................106 Introduction to Catholicism, An.....................31 Introduction to Conservation Genetics........104 Introduction to English Sentence Structure, An.............................................24 Introduction to Shamanism, An.....................31 Introduction to the Numerical Analysis of Incompressible Viscous Flows.....................79 Involuntary Autobiographical Memories........37 Irwin, Douglas A...........................................59 Iserles, Arieh.................................................81 Islamic Finance.............................................52 Ivanov, A. A..................................................77

J Jackson, Henry J.........................................113 James Joyce in Context.................................18 James Madison and the Spirit of Republican Self-Government......................68 Japan Rising.................................................74 Japanese Society at War...............................73 Jenkin, Michael .........................................102 Jennings, Jeremy..........................................46 Jensen, Phebe..............................................10 Jewish Forced Labor Under the Nazis............68 Jewish Immigrants and American Capitalism, 1880–1920.............................66 Jews in the Russian Army, 1827–1917..........72 John Rawls...................................................47 Johnson, Ian.................................................12 Johnson, Robert David..................................66 Jojarth, Christine..........................................45 Jones, David Wyn...........................................2 Jonsson, Bengt Gunnar...............................104 Jordan, Andrew............................................40 Joseph II......................................................72 Joshi, Mark S................................................83

Judicial Assessment of Expert Evidence, The...........................................................60 Justice and Reconciliation in PostApartheid South Africa...............................58

Kuru, Ahmet T...............................................34 Kwasinski, Andres......................................100 Kwesiga, Joy................................................40 Kyle, Robert A.............................................113

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Kaczynska-Nay, Elisa....................................45 Kader, Deiary F............................................115 Kahn, René S..............................................114 Kaldellis, Anthony.........................................29 Kam, Christopher J.......................................41 Kamesar, Adam............................................30 Kampen, Natalie Boymel................................1 Kant’s ‘Idea for a Universal History with a Cosmopolitan Aim’....................................27 Kantian Sublime and the Revelation of Freedom, The.............................................26 Kapral, Raymond..........................................88 Kapstein, Ethan B.........................................54 Kasap, Safa..................................................89 Katzenstein, Peter J.......................................43 Kaufman, James C........................................36 Kaviany, Massoud......................................100 Kawasaki, Aki.............................................112 Kechris, Alexander S......................................80 Keijzer, N......................................................62 Kellstedt, Paul M..........................................47 Kelly, Nathan J..............................................39 Kende, Mark.................................................53 Kendig, Keith................................................79 Kenez, Peter.................................................69 Kennedy, Dennis...........................................19 Ker, Ian........................................................31 Kermode, Lloyd Edward................................13 Kerr Spacetime, The......................................89 Khan, B. Zorina.............................................67 Khan, Farooq..............................................100 Khan, Shiban................................................48 Kidd, Colin...................................................44 Kidd, Sarah................................................109 Kierkegaard..................................................26 Kierkegaard: Concluding Unscientific Postscript..................................................28 Kiersch, Ellen D. G........................................54 Kilduff, Martin..............................................33 King Richard III.............................................15 King, Frederick W..........................................77 Kingdon, David..........................................113 Kirchler, Erich...............................................38 Klabbers, Jan................................................61 Kleffner, J. K.................................................58 Kneebone, Susan..........................................62 Knights, Pamela............................................16 Knox, MacGregor...................................68, 69 Kochubei, Anatoly N.....................................77 Kohn, Michael A.........................................108 Kolers, Avery.................................................46 Koopmans, Matthijs......................................38 Korogod, Sergiy Mikhailovich......................102 Krackhardt, David.........................................33 Krantz, Steven G...........................................82 Krenk, Steen.................................................79 Kretzschmar, Jr., William A.............................23 Kroenig, Matthew........................................41 Kronk, Gary W..............................................96 Krstic, Miroslav.............................................78 Kudesia, Goura...........................................109 Kume, Kunitake............................................74 Kung, Joseph P. S..........................................78 Kunzlik, Peter...............................................57

Label-Free Biosensors.................................102 Lacey, James................................................75 Lancaster, Lynne.............................................1 Land, Conflict, and Justice............................46 Langdon , Susan.............................................5 Langford, Malcolm.......................................58 Language and Emotion................................24 Language and Human Relations...................23 Language Lateralization and Psychosis........114 Language Management................................23 Language of Empire, The................................3 Lanni, Adriaan................................................3 Lannoo, Karel...............................................54 Large Scale Landscape Experiments............104 Larson, Kerry................................................16 Larson, Pier M..............................................74 Laubichler, Manfred D...................................28 Lauterpacht, Elihu........................................63 Law and Justice in the Courts of Classical Athens........................................................3 Law of Charitable Status, The........................55 Law, Politics and Society in Early Modern England....................................................64 Law, Text, Terror...........................................63 Law’s Allure.................................................40 Lawrence, D. H.............................................14 Lawvere, F. William.......................................80 Lay Piety and Religious Discipline in Middle English Literature...........................12 Layton, William............................................79 Lazarus, Hillard...........................................109 Leading Strategic Change.............................33 Leask, Nigel.................................................10 Leblebici, Duran...........................................96 Leblebici, Yusuf.............................................96 Lederhendler, Eli...........................................66 Lee, Karen....................................................63 Lee, Orville...................................................34 Legal Practice and the Written Word in the Early Middle Ages................................71 Legislative Voting and Accountability............42 Legitimacy of Highest Courts’ Rulings, The....53 Legitimacy Puzzle in Latin America, The.........41 Lehning, Percy B...........................................47 Lemey, Philippe..........................................101 Lengthening the Arm of the Law...................34 Lester, Simon................................................59 Levav, Ammon............................................100 Levey, Geoffrey Brahm..................................35 Levis, Philip................................................100 Lévy Processes and Stochastic Calculus.........77 Lévy, Jean-Jacques........................................85 Lewis, James R.............................................30 Lewis, Sarah M.............................................30 Leyton-Brown, Kevin.....................................84 Liberal Project and Human Rights, The..........45 Lichbach, Mark Irving...................................42 Liddle, Andrew R..........................................87 Life of Haydn, The...........................................2 Limits of Voluntarism, The.............................65 Lin, Justin Yifu..............................................48 Lindemann, Hilde ........................................29 Lindenmayer, David B.................................104 Linear and Nonlinear Optimization...............82

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Linguistic Legacy of Spanish and Portuguese, The.........................................23 Linguistics....................................................20 Linguistics of Speech, The.............................23 Literature and Dance in NineteenthCentury Britain............................................8 Liu, K. J. Ray...............................................100 Lloyd, Janet....................................................7 Lobell, Steven E............................................44 Local People’s Congresses in China...............43 Locke, Ralph P................................................2 Locke: A Biography.......................................26 Lord Elgin and Ancient Greek Architecture......5 Lorenz, John...............................................115 Louthan, Howard ........................................72 Low, D. A......................................................73 Low, Patrick.................................................60 Löwe, Benedikt.............................................80 LTE for 4G Mobile Broadband.....................100 Ludic Proof.....................................................4 Lull, Janis.....................................................15 Lutz, Ellen L..................................................55 Lydon, Ghislaine...........................................73 Lynn II, John A..............................................72 Lyth, David H................................................87

M MacCallum, Malcolm A. H.............................78 Macgregor, Laura J.......................................53 MacKay, Marina...........................................17 Maclean, Alasdair.........................................61 Macneil, Craig A.........................................113 Maffulli, Nicola...........................................115 Magaloni, Beatriz.........................................42 Maienschein, Jane........................................28 Maki, Uskali.................................................49 Making Minds and Madness.........................38 Making of Peace, The....................................75 Making of Polities, The..................................70 Maloy, Jason S..............................................43 Manning, Russell Re.....................................31 Mannucci, Mirco A.......................................85 Manow, Philip..............................................42 Mansuripur, Masud......................................89 Manual of Botulinum Toxin Therapy............112 Marchetti, Juan A.........................................59 Marenbon, John...........................................26 Marital Litigation in the Court of Requests 1542–1642...............................................65 Market and the Masses in Latin America, The...........................................................42 Markets, Money and Capital.........................49 Markov Chains and Stochastic Stability.........83 Marshall, Gail.................................................8 Martial Power and Elizabethan Political Culture......................................................65 Martial’s Rome...............................................6 Martin, Richard M........................................87 Marx, Dominik.............................................86 Maschler, Michael........................................49 Mashreghi, Javad.........................................77 Mass Migration Under Sail...........................67 Massive Stars as Cosmic Engines (IAU S250)................................................95 Mastering Communication with Seriously Ill Patients.................................108 Matchinske, Megan......................................14 Materiality of Learning, The..........................36 Mathematics for Physics...............................89 Matthews, Gerald.........................................37

Mattingly, David.............................................7 Maude, Ulrika..............................................19 Maule, John ................................................33 Mavko, Gary.................................................93 Mavroidis, Petros C.......................................59 Mayer, Richard E...........................................36 Mazursky, David ........................................100 McCahery, Joseph A......................................54 McCollough, Maureen................................107 McConachie, Ian........................................107 McCormack, T...............................................58 McCormick, John P.......................................47 McCourt, John..............................................18 McCullough, Laurence B...............................25 McCully, Chris..............................................22 McDonnell, Mark J......................................103 McGorry, Patrick D......................................113 McKitterick, David........................................15 McLane, Maureen.........................................12 McLay, W. D. S............................................111 McLennan, Scott..........................................92 McLoughlin, Ian V.........................................96 Meakin, Robert............................................55 Media and Political Engagement...................43 Mercurio, Bryan............................................59 Merrigan, Terrence.......................................31 Meskill, Lynn S..............................................13 Methley, Steve............................................101 Methodology of Positive Economics, The.......49 Meyer, Charles F...........................................21 Meyers, Lawrence S......................................82 Meyn, Sean..................................................83 Michel, Alexandra.........................................36 Microstructure of Financial Markets, The.......52 MiFID Revolution, The...................................54 Mikhailov, Alexander V..................................78 Militarization and Violence against Women in Conflict Zones in the Middle East..........................................................58 Mill’s ‘On Liberty’.........................................27 Miller, Bruce L.............................................111 Miller, Margaret..............................................6 Miller, Ronald E............................................48 Mills, Bruce..................................................84 Milner, Robin................................................85 Milton and Maternal Mortality......................13 Milton’s Scriptural Reasoning........................10 Miner, Robert...............................................31 Minkova, Donka...........................................21 Minnis, Alastair......................................10, 12 Misra, Rakesh R..........................................109 Missiles for the Fatherland............................69 Mission and Money......................................50 Mitchell, Angelyn..........................................16 Modeling and Reasoning with Bayesian Networks..................................................85 Modern and Postmodern Social Theorizing....34 Modernism, the Market and the Institution of the New..................................9 Modernity and the Reinvention of Tradition...10 Modood, Tariq..............................................35 Modular Forms on Schiermonnikoog.............81 Mole, Tom....................................................11 Monamy, Vaughan.....................................101 Monastic Life in Anglo-Saxon England, c. 600–900...............................................65 Monetary Theory and Bretton Woods............51 Monster Group and Majorana Involutions, The...........................................................77 Montero, José Ramón...................................43 Moonen, Ben...............................................81

Moore, Gregory............................................47 Moore, John H..............................................88 Morgan, Michael L.......................................30 Mornings in Mexico and Other Essays...........14 Morphology of English Dialects, The..............22 Morris, Andrew J. F........................................65 Mounfield, C. C............................................80 Mouzelis, Nicos P..........................................34 Mueller, Peter R. ........................................110 Mukerji, Tapan..............................................93 Mulford, Carla..............................................15 Mullaney, James...........................................94 Mullen, Paul E............................................113 Multiagent Systems......................................84 Multilateralizing Regionalism........................60 Multimedia Learning....................................36 Multimedia Modernism..................................8 Multimedia Networking................................97 Munasinghe, Mohan....................................91 Mungwa, Alice.............................................40 Muniappan, Rangaswamy..........................105 Munker, Reinhold.......................................109 Murgatroyd, Paul............................................5 Murphet, Julian..............................................8 Murray, James..............................................64 Murray, Williamson.......................................75 Murrell, Gina..............................................106 Music and the Myth of Arcadia in Renaissance Italy.........................................2 Musical Exoticism...........................................2

N Nadler, Steven..............................................30 Nagamochi, Hiroshi......................................84 Nagaraja, H. N. ...........................................83 Nash, Kate...................................................34 Nash, Stephen G...........................................82 Nathans, Heather S.......................................20 Native Americans and Anglo-American Culture, 1750–1850..................................11 Naturalized Bioethics....................................29 Nazarov, Yuli................................................86 Nazi Cinema’s New Women..........................68 Neal, Larry...................................................53 Necipoglu, Nevra..........................................70 Negotiation and the Global Information Economy...................................................45 Neoclassical Realism, the State, and Foreign Policy............................................44 Neonatal and Infant Emergencies...............107 Neonatology..............................................115 Netherlands Yearbook of International Law...61 Networks for Learning and Knowledge Creation in Biotechnology..........................32 Netz, Reviel....................................................4 Neuroimaging in Developmental Clinical Neuroscience...........................................114 Neurology of Olfaction, The........................111 Neuropsychological Rehabilitation..............112 New Introduction to Geographical Economics, The..........................................53 New, Tim....................................................105 Newman, Thomas B....................................108 NGOs and Corporations...............................32 Nguyen, Ha H...............................................97 Nicholas, Frank...........................................101 Nicholas, Jan .............................................101 Nicholls, Barry............................................107 Nichols, Mary P...............................................3 Nikuni, Tetsuro.............................................86


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Ning, Tak H..................................................98 Nixon, Kissinger, and U.S. Foreign Policy Making.....................................................66 NMR Studies of Translational Motion............90 Nofsinger, Charles......................................109 Nolan, Jerry................................................107 Nollkaemper, André......................................61 Nollkaemper, P. A..........................................61 Nonlinear Modeling and Analysis of Structures and Solids.................................79 Normann, Hans-Theo...................................52 Norrby, Catrin..............................................23 North, Jerry..................................................90 Nowak, Dennis A........................................102 Nucci, Antonio.............................................97 Nucleosynthesis and Chemical Evolution of Galaxies................................................95 Numerical Methods for Evolutionary Differential Equations................................81 Nünlist, René.................................................6 Nussbaumer, Harry.......................................88

O O’Brien, James G. ......................................108 O’Brien, Karen..............................................11 O’Donoghue, Bernard...................................18 O’Neill, Kate.................................................45 Ocean of Letters...........................................74 Ogg, Gabi....................................................91 Ogg, James G...............................................91 Okowa, Phoebe............................................56 Old English..................................................22 Oldfield, Paul................................................70 Oliver, Amalya Lumerman.............................32 Olson, David R.............................................38 Olson, Sheryl................................................36 On the Origin of Species...............................14 On Trans-Saharan Trails.................................73 Oomens, Cees..............................................96 Oosterloo, Sander.........................................52 Opening Markets for Trade in Services...........59 Oppenheimer, Andrew..................................63 Optimal Protection of International Law........62 Origin and Development of Financial Markets and Institutions, The.....................53 Origins of Theater in Ancient Greece and Beyond, The.................................................6 Oriti, Daniele................................................87 Ortolano, Guy...............................................63 Others in Mind.............................................36

P Pacey, Allan A.............................................115 Page, Lyman A..............................................95 Pagel, Bernard E. J........................................95 Palaeolithic Settlement of Asia, The...............35 Palaeopathology..........................................35 Palagia, Olga..................................................5 Palmer, Mary H...........................................108 Pancreatic Cancer.......................................110 Papagiannaki, Konstantina...........................97 Papamichail, Nadia.......................................33 Paradoxes....................................................27 Paradoxes of Art, The....................................27 Paradoxes of Conscience in the High Middle Ages..............................................17 Parallel Worlds of Classical Art and Text, The.............................................................1 Paraskeva, Paraskevas.................................115 Parisi, Giorgio...............................................89

Parker, Geoffrey............................................75 Parker, Leonard............................................90 Partenie, Catalin.............................................4 Partridge, Bruce............................................95 Party Discipline and Parliamentary Politics.....41 Paskow, Alan................................................27 Pathé, Michele............................................113 Pattern Formation and Dynamics in Nonequilibrium Systems............................88 Paul in Ecstasy.............................................29 Pauwelyn, Joost............................................62 Peebles, P. James E.......................................95 Pendlebury, Sarah T.....................................111 Penitential State, The....................................71 Perceptions in Litigation and Mediation........56 Peri in, Tamara..............................................57 Perryman, Michael........................................94 Persistence of Modernism, The........................9 Personal Autonomy......................................25 Perspectives in Company Law and Financial Regulation..................................55 Perspectives on Human Development, Family and Culture....................................37 Petersen, Michael.........................................69 Petrology of Sedimentary Rocks....................93 Petrovsky-Shtern, Yohanan............................72 Phillips, David A............................................50 Phillips, Owen M..........................................92 Philosophy in a New Century........................28 Philostratus....................................................7 Philpotts, Anthony........................................92 Phylogenetic Handbook, The.......................101 Pickering, Mary............................................44 Pickstone, John V..........................................77 Piercey, Robert.............................................25 Pincus, David................................................38 Pinkard, Susan.............................................71 Pippin, Robert B...........................................25 Pirson, Michael.............................................48 Planetary Crusts...........................................92 Plastid Biology...........................................106 Platek, Steven M........................................102 Plato’s Myths.................................................4 Plotkin, Gordon............................................85 Plunka, Gene A.............................................19 Pocock, J.G.A................................................44 Poelmans, Steven A. Y...................................32 Poetry of Chartism, The...................................8 Polin, Richard.............................................115 Political Economy of Argentina in the Twentieth Century, The..............................73 Political Ideology in the Arab World...............44 Political Influence of Churches, The...............40 Political Moderation in America’s First Two Centuries...........................................66 Political Thought and History.........................44 Politics of Everyday Life in Vichy France, The...........................................................69 Politics of Income Inequality in the United States, The.................................................39 Politics of Munificence in the Roman Empire, The..................................................3 Politics of Spain, The.....................................43 Politics of Uneven Development, The.............46 Poor, H. Vincent............................................97 Population Genetics for Animal Conservation...........................................104 Portrait of a Castrato......................................2 Postgraduate Orthopaedics.........................115 Postlewait, Thomas.......................................20 Potters, Marc................................................87

Power and Interdependence in Organizations............................................48 Practical Design Verification..........................98 Practical Formal Software Engineering..........84 Practical Management of Liver Diseases......108 Pradhan, Dhiraj K.........................................98 Prandle, David..............................................92 Prasad, Sheila...............................................98 Precontractual Liability in European Private Law...............................................57 Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis.............115 Previc, Fred H...............................................38 Price and Quantity Index Numbers................50 Price, Jonathan...............................................3 Price, Matthew.............................................46 Price, William S.............................................90 Prickett, Stephen..........................................10 Primate Parasite Ecology.............................103 Primordial Density Perturbation, The..............87 Principles of Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology...................................................92 Pringle, Catherine.......................................105 Pringle, Denys..............................................71 Printy, Michael.............................................71 Private Company Law Reform.......................54 Private Worship, Public Values, and Religious Change in Late Antiquity...............5 Proactive Support of Labor.........................112 Proof and Other Dilemmas...........................80 Prosecuting Heads of State...........................55 Prostate Cancer..........................................110 Public Economics and the Household............53 Puls, Joachim...............................................95 Pulse Diagnosis in Early Chinese Medicine...................................................76 Purcell, Rosemary.......................................113 Purkayastha, Sanjay...................................115 Purvin, Valerie A.........................................112 Pyke, Kevin.................................................106 Python for Software Design..........................85

Q Quaker Constitutionalism and the Political Thought of John Dickinson............67 Quantitative Tour of the Social Sciences, A....82 Quantum Computing for Computer Scientists...................................................85 Quantum Field Theory in Curved Spacetime.................................................90 Quantum Mechanics....................................89 Quantum Statistical Mechanics.....................87 Quantum Theory at the Crossroads...............88 Quantum Transport.......................................86 Quickest Detection.......................................97

R Raby, Peter...................................................18 Radcliffe, Edward B.....................................105 Radford, Andrew....................................20, 24 Radical Democracy in the Andes...................40 Radick, Gregory............................................26 Ragan, Donal...............................................94 Rahmat-Samii, Yahya....................................99 Rainer, Rolf..................................................42 Rajkumar, S. Vincent...................................113 Ramamurti, Ravi...........................................32 Raman, Anantanarayanan...........................105 Randle, Yvonne............................................33 Rapple, Rory.................................................65 Rasmussen, Steven.......................................82

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Ratcliff, R. A..................................................73 Rathod, Shanaya........................................113 RATS Handbook to Accompany Introductory Econometrics for Finance........51 Ratzan, David M.............................................7 Reading Greek Vases......................................1 Reagin, Nancy R...........................................71 Reasons for Action.......................................27 Reassessing the Incumbency Effect...............39 Recognition and Management of Early Psychosis, The..........................................113 Records of the Salem Witch-Hunt..................66 Reddy, Gadi V. P..........................................105 Rees, Ray.....................................................53 Reeve, N. H..................................................14 Reforming the World Bank............................50 Refugees, Asylum Seekers and the Rule of Law...........................................................62 Regional Rules in the Global Trading System......................................................60 Regulatory Processes in the Development of Childhood Behavioral Problems.............36 Reichel’s Care of the Elderly........................108 Reid, Natalie L..............................................63 Reiger, Caitlin...............................................55 Rejecting Rights...........................................47 Religion and Revelry in Shakespeare’s Festive World.............................................10 Religion, Class Coalitions, and Welfare States........................................................42 Religious in Responses to Mass Atrocity, The...........................................................58 Relis, Tamara................................................56 Remy, Nicolas...............................................94 Rendle, John..............................................109 Representation Theorems in Hardy Spaces......................................................77 Res Gestae Divi Augusti..................................3 Reuwer, Paul..............................................112 Revolution in Taste, A...................................71 Ribbelink, Olivier M......................................62 Rice, Nicole R...............................................12 Richards, David A. J. ...................................40 Richardson, John............................................3 Richetti, John...............................................11 Ridley, B. K...................................................86 Rights, Race, and Recognition.......................29 Riley, Frank...................................................99 Rimell, Victoria E............................................6 Rindi, Barbara..............................................52 Rio, Alice......................................................71 Ripsman, Norrin M.......................................44 Risk Management for Central Banks and Other Public Investors................................52 Rivière, Béatrice M........................................81 Rivlin, Paul...................................................50 Robbing the Jews.........................................68 Robbins, Philip.............................................37 Roberts, J. Murray.......................................104 Robust Federation, The.................................43 Rochat, Philippe...........................................36 Rock Physics Handbook, The.........................93 Rodgers, Stephen...........................................2 Role of International Law in Rebuilding Societies after Conflict, The........................62 Roman Amphitheatre, The...............................4 Roman House and Social Identity, The.............1 Roman Warfare..............................................7 Romantic Drama..........................................18 Romantic Economist, The..............................49

Romanticism and Celebrity Culture, 17501850.........................................................11 Romanticism and Popular Culture in Britain and Ireland.....................................10 Romanticism, Revolution and Language........11 Rorty, Amélie Oksenberg...............................27 Rosanvallon, Pierre.......................................47 Rosefielde, Steven R.....................................51 Rosenquist, Rod.............................................9 Rosenthal, Bernard.......................................66 Rosenzweig’s Bible.......................................30 Rota, Gian-Carlo..........................................78 Roth, Jonathan P............................................7 Rothwell, Peter M.......................................111 Roy, Martin..................................................59 Ruda, Harry..................................................89 Rudavsky, T.M...............................................30 Ruiz, Phillip................................................111 Rumsey, Judith M.......................................114 Running Regressions....................................48 Russia Since 1980........................................51 Rutherford, Ian...............................................5 Ryden, David Beck........................................74 Rymond-Richmond, Wenona.........................56

S Sacred Schisms.............................................30 Sadek, Ahmed............................................100 Sainsbury, R. M.............................................27 Salemi, Marco ...........................................101 Sameroff, Arnold...........................................36 Samuel Johnson, the Ossian Fraud, and the Celtic Revival in Great Britain and Ireland......................................................11 Sanda, A. I....................................................90 Sandage, Allan.............................................88 Sander, Len..................................................86 Sanders, Mike.................................................8 Sanders, Valerie..............................................9 Sandstone Landforms...................................91 Sauter, Wolf..................................................57 Savory, Elaine...............................................17 Scanlon, Larry...............................................12 Scardino, Peter...........................................110 Scazzieri, Roberto.........................................49 Schabas, William A.......................................58 Schäfer, Bernd..............................................74 Schanuel, Stephen H.....................................80 Schepel, Harm..............................................57 Schiesser, William E......................................81 Schieve, William C........................................87 Schluter, Dolph...........................................104 Schmidt, James............................................27 Schmidt, W. M..............................................80 Schneider, Christina J....................................46 Schoenmaker, Dirk........................................52 Schönpflug, Ute............................................39 Schulson, Erland M.......................................91 Schumacher, Hermann..................................98 Schuster, Gerald...........................................93 Schutz, Bernard............................................87 Schwartz, Louis............................................13 Scotland and the Fictions of Geography........12 Scott, Alison V...............................................13 Scott, Jan...................................................113 Scott, R. Neil................................................15 Scott, Susan M.............................................89 Scripture, Culture, and Agriculture.................29 Searl, Cait P................................................106 Searle, John R...............................................28

Second Course in Formal Languages and Automata Theory, A.............................84 Secularism and State Policy toward Religion.....................................................34 Secularism, Religion and Multicultural Citizenship................................................35 Securing the Past...........................................9 Sedgewick, Robert........................................78 Seismic Interferometry..................................93 Seivewright, Nicholas.................................113 Seligson, Mitchell A......................................41 Sell, Peter...................................................106 Sen, Amartya . .............................................49 Sensorimotor Control of Grasping...............102 Sentimental Masculinity and the Rise of History, 1790–1890...................................10 Setting Conservation Targets for Managed Forest Landscapes...................................104 Sexual Politics in Modern Iran.......................76 Shackelford, Todd K....................................102 Shakespeare and Tolerance...........................14 Shakespeare and Victorian Women.................8 Shakespeare on Silent Film...........................13 Shakespeare’s Opposites..............................18 Shakespearean Stage, The.............................18 Shalhoub-Kevorkian, Nadera.........................58 Shallit, Jeffrey...............................................84 Shantz, Colleen............................................29 Sharî’a.........................................................76 Sharieff, Ghazala........................................107 Shaw, Malcolm N.........................................62 Shaw, Philip A..............................................21 Shearing, Clifford.........................................34 Sheeber, Lisa B...........................................114 Sheehan, Colleen A......................................68 Shelton, Marlyn L.........................................92 Shepard, Jonathan.......................................70 Shevtsova, Maria..........................................19 Shifman, M..................................................90 Shima, Tal....................................................82 Shimazu, Naoko...........................................73 Shipley, Graham.............................................7 Shoham, Yoav..............................................84 Shoup, Victor................................................84 Shuffelton, Frank..........................................16 Shwedyk, Ed................................................97 Silverstein, Gordon.......................................40 Simon, Denis Fred.........................................32 Simons, Roger..............................................80 Simpson, David............................................12 Singer, Amy..................................................76 Singh, J. P. ...................................................45 Singh, Jitendra V...........................................32 Siniver, Asaf..................................................66 Sink or Float.................................................79 Sins of the Fathers, The.................................30 Skorobogatiy, Maksim..................................98 Slavery and Sentiment on the American Stage, 1787–1861....................................20 Small Arms Survey 2008...............................45 Small Arms Survey, Geneva...........................45 Small, Jocelyn Penny.......................................1 Smith, Jeremy J.............................................22 Smith, John................................................101 Smith, Paul Jakov.........................................74 Smyshlyaev, Andrey......................................78 Sobel, David.................................................27 Social and Cultural History of Early Modern France, A......................................72 Social and Environmental Policies in EC Procurement Law......................................57


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Social Protection and the Market in Latin America....................................................41 Social Rights Jurisprudence...........................58 Society and Discourse...................................21 Socrates on Friendship and Community...........3 Sofer, Ariela..................................................82 Sokol, B. J.....................................................14 Solomon, Sorin...........................................100 Sommer, Iris E. C.........................................114 Sophocles and the Greek Tragic Tradition.........6 Sound Structure of English, The.....................22 Southern Sky Guide, The...............................94 Sørensen, Estrid............................................36 Space and Motion of Communicating Agents, The...............................................85 Speciation and Patterns of Diversity............104 Spectator and the Spectacle, The...................19 Speech Out of Doors....................................63 Spencer, Andrew...........................................20 Sperm Banking...........................................115 Speyer, Jason L.............................................78 Spitzeck, Heiko.............................................48 Spolsky, Bernard...........................................23 Sports Medicine.........................................109 St. Peter’s in the Vatican.................................1 Stahl, Stephen M........................................115 Stahl’s Essential Pharmacology Online........115 Stalkers and their Victims............................113 Stallworthy, Jon..............................................9 State and Market in European Union Law.....57 Statistical Mechanics of Cellular Systems and Processes.........................................103 Statistical Modeling for Biomedical Researchers.............................................108 Statistical Models.........................................83 Stebbings, Chantal.......................................63 Steel, John R................................................80 Steennot, Reinhard.......................................55 Steers, Richard M.........................................48 Steiner, Ann....................................................1 Steinert, Yvonne.........................................110 Stephens, Tim...............................................56 Stevenhagen, P.............................................81 Stochastic Processes, Estimation, and Control...............................................78 Stockwell, Robert.........................................21 Stone, Michael.............................................89 Stonecash, Jeffrey.........................................39 Straka, Jerry.................................................90 Strategy on the United States Supreme Court........................................................39 Streight, Irwin H...........................................15 Stretton, Tim.................................................65 Stritzke, Werner G. K...................................114 Strom, Robert...............................................49 Structural Ceramics......................................99 Structural Geology........................................94 Structure Formation in Astrophysics..............95 Student’s Introduction to MATHEMATICA, The...........................................................86 Student’s Writing Guide, A............................20 Su, Weifeng................................................100 Suarez SJ, Michael F......................................15 Summers, Fiona..........................................107 Sunspots and Starspots................................95 Suominen, Kati.............................................60 Supersymmetric Solitons...............................90 Suresh, S......................................................99 Survivors’ Songs.............................................9 Sustainable Development in Practice.............91 Sutton, Adam...............................................33

Svensén, Bo.................................................21 Sweeping the German Nation.......................71 Sykes, Alan O................................................59 Syntax of Argument Structure, The................24 Synthetic CDOs............................................80

T Tabakis, Evangelos.......................................52 Taliaferro, Jeffrey W.......................................44 Tansella, Michele........................................114 Taur, Yuan....................................................98 Taylor, Charles..............................................35 Taylor, Danille K............................................16 Taylor, Gordon..............................................20 Taylor, James Stacey.....................................25 Taylor, Michael Alan....................................114 Taylor, S. Ross...............................................92 Teaching Medical Professionalism...............110 Teh, Robert..................................................60 Ten, C. L.......................................................27 Theoretical Foundations of Law and Economics.................................................61 Theory of Financial Risk and Derivative Pricing.......................................................87 Theory of Syntax, A.......................................24 Theory of the Firm for Strategic Management.............................................33 Thin Film Materials.......................................99 Thomas Aquinas on the Passions..................31 Thomas, Elfyn O..........................................107 Thomas, John H............................................95 Thornicroft, Graham...................................114 Timmerman, Levinus.....................................54 Tinbergen’s Legacy ....................................103 TinyOS Programming..................................100 Tirion, Wil.....................................................94 Tirion, Wil ...................................................94 Tison, Michel................................................55 Tjosvold, Dean.............................................48 Tocqueville on America after 1840................46 Todd, Janet..................................................14 Tomlinson, Mathew J..................................115 Toms, David.................................................90 Torrance, Nancy............................................38 Torrence, Bruce F..........................................86 Torrence, Eve A.............................................86 Tóth, József..................................................92 Tragi-Comedy of Victorian Fatherhood, The.............................................................9 Transatlantic Encounters...............................67 Transient Ischemic Attack and Stroke..........111 Translations of Authority in Medieval English Literature.......................................10 Transplantation Pathology..........................111 Treatment Manual for Smoking Cessation Groups....................................................114 Treatment of Multiple Myeloma and Related Disorders....................................113 Treaty Conflict and the European Union........61 Tripp, Aili Mari..............................................40 Tronzo, William...............................................1 Truong, Daniel............................................112 Tulsky, James..............................................108 Turkington, Douglas...................................113 Turner, Michael L..........................................15 Tweedie, Richard L........................................83 Twentieth-Century Diplomacy.......................64 Twining, William...........................................60 Twitchett, Denis...........................................74 Two Cultures Controversy, The......................63

Tyc-Dumont, Suzanne.................................102

U UAV Cooperative Decision and Control.........82 Ultrasound in Anesthetic Practice................107 Umeh, Kanayo..............................................37 Unauthorised Agent, The..............................53 Understanding Adolescent Health Behaviour..................................................37 Unified Approach to Boundary Value Problems, A...............................................78 Union and Unionisms...................................44 Urban Walker, Margaret................................29 Uses of the Past from Heidegger to Rorty, The...........................................................25 Using Chinese..............................................20 Using Russian Vocabulary.............................22 Uzawa, Hirofumi....................................49, 50

V Vaidya, Nutan Atre.....................................114 Valentini, Antony..........................................88 Van Cott, Donna Lee....................................40 Van de Vliert, Evert.......................................39 Van der Elst, Christoph.................................55 van der Geer, Gerard....................................81 van der Heijden, Arnold M. A........................99 Van Dijk, Teun A...........................................21 Van Gerven, Dirk..........................................55 van Kersbergen, Kees....................................42 van Knippenberg, Barbara............................48 van Marrewijk, Charles.................................53 Van Overwalle, Geertrui................................59 van Schendel, Willem....................................76 Van Sliedregt, Elies.......................................62 van Wyhe, John..........................................105 Vandamme, Anne-Mieke . ..........................101 Vanderpoorten, Alain..................................106 Vanderspoel, John..........................................7 Vascular Cognitive Impairment in Clinical Practice.......................................112 Vasiliou, Iakovos.............................................4 Vaughan, Alden T..........................................67 Vaughan, R. C..............................................80 Vepa, Ranjan................................................98 Verhulst, Simon..........................................103 Verkerk, Marian............................................29 Vernesi, Cristiano.......................................104 Vicar’s Garden’ and Other Stories, The..........14 Victorian Taxpayer and the Law, The..............63 Villard, Marc-André....................................104 Visser, Matt..................................................89 von Hagen, Jürgen.......................................42 von Kimakowitz, Ernst..................................48 Vose, Robin..................................................70 Voting for Autocracy.....................................42

W W. T. Koiter’s Elastic Stability of Solids and Structures..................................................99 Wade, Terence..............................................22 Wahlund, Lars-Olof....................................112 Waldron, Tony..............................................35 Wall, H. S.....................................................80 Wall, Steven.................................................27 Walls, Jan W.................................................20 Walls, Yvonne Li...........................................20 Walsh, David..................................................4 Walther, Andrea...........................................82

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Wandering Poets in Ancient Greek Culture......5 Ward, Ian.....................................................63 Warren, Jane................................................23 Wasserstein, David.........................................3 Watts, John..................................................70 Wealth and Life............................................44 Webb, Jr., James L. A.....................................75 Weber, Habermas and Transformations of the European State....................................47 Weisbrod, Burton A......................................50 Weishampel, David B. . ..............................106 Weiss, Nigel O..............................................95 Weitz, Eric....................................................20 Welch, Katherine E.........................................4 Wells, David M.............................................79 West Indian Slavery and British Abolition, 1783–1807...............................................74 What Is Intelligence?....................................37 What Philosophers Know..............................27 Wheeler, Andrew J......................................104 Where Have All the Liberals Gone?...............39 White, Mark D..............................................61 White, Rob...................................................33 Whitfield, Peter C.......................................107 Whitmeyer, Joseph.......................................39 Whitten, Guy D.............................................47 Why We Disagree About Climate Change......51 Whyte, Maggie...........................................107 Wielding Asylum..........................................46 Wiener, Martin J...........................................64

Wilce, James M............................................24 Wilcock, Sarah K. J......................................113 Williams, Simon............................................19 Wilson, Barbara A.......................................112 Wilson, Cheryl A.............................................8 Wilson, Jeremy D........................................105 Wiltshire, David L.........................................89 Winch, Donald.............................................44 Winkler, Martin M..........................................6 Wiseman, Boris............................................35 Witte, Jr., John..............................................30 Women and Enlightenment in Eighteenth-Century Britain.........................11 Women and Marriage in German Medieval Romance....................................17 Women Writing History in Early Modern England....................................................14 Women, Armies, and Warfare in Early Modern Europe.........................................72 Woolhouse, Roger........................................26 Wordsworth, Commodification, and Social Concern..........................................12 World of Chance, A......................................50 Wortham, Stanton........................................36 Wouters, Jan................................................61 Wray, Robert................................................91 Wreghitt, Tim.............................................109 WTO Secretariat...........................................60 Wu, Jianbing................................................94

Y Yan, Catherine H..........................................78 Yang, Fan.....................................................99 Yang, Jianke.................................................98 Yanofsky, Noson S........................................85 Yaziji, Michael..............................................32 Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law...........................................................58 Yolin, Deborah S.........................................109 Young, Ann..................................................91 Young, John W..............................................64 Young, R. Jules.............................................74 Young, Robert..............................................91 Younossi, Zobair M.....................................108 Yung, A........................................................90

Z Z of Abdominal Radiology, A.......................109 Zabriskie, John B.........................................108 Zamagni, Stefano.........................................49 Zaman, Muhammad H................................103 Zaremba, Eugene.........................................86 Zatlin, Jonathan R........................................75 Zick, Timothy ...............................................63 Zuckerman, Alan S........................................42 Zuiderhoek, Arjan...........................................3 Zwiebach, Barton.........................................89


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Nicholas Cronk

The Cambridge Companion to Voltaire

978-0-521-84973-9

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£45.00

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978-0-521-61495-5

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£17.99

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101

Dennis Green

Women and Marriage in German Medieval Romance

978-0-521-51335-7

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£50.00

102

Peter Godman

Paradoxes of Conscience in the High Middle Ages

978-0-521-51911-3

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£50.00

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103

John McCourt

James Joyce in Context

978-0-521-88662-8

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£60.00

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104

Bernard O’Donoghue

The Cambridge Companion to Seamus Heaney

978-0-521-83882-5

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£45.00

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978-0-521-54755-0

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£17.99

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Drama and Theatre 105

Andrew Gurr

Shakespeare’s Opposites

978-0-521-86903-4

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£50.00

106

Andrew Gurr

The Shakespearean Stage

978-0-521-50981-7

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£45.00

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978-0-521-72966-6

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Peter Raby

The Cambridge Companion to Harold Pinter

978-0-521-88609-3

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£45.00

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978-0-521-71373-3

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108

Frederick Burwick

Romantic Drama

978-0-521-88967-4

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109

Maik Hamburger

A History of German Theatre

978-0-521-83369-1

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110

Gene A. Plunka

Holocaust Drama

978-0-521-49425-0

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£55.00

111

Ulrika Maude

Beckett, Technology and the Body

978-0-521-51537-5

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£45.00

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112

Maria Shevtsova

Directors/Directing

978-0-521-88843-1

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£45.00

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978-0-521-73166-9

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113

Dennis Kennedy

The Spectator and the Spectacle

978-0-521-89976-5

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114

Tracy C. Davis

The Cambridge Companion to Performance Studies

115

116

117

Eric Weitz

Thomas Postlewait

Heather S. Nathans

The Cambridge Introduction to Comedy

The Cambridge Introduction to Theatre Historiography

Slavery and Sentiment on the American Stage, 1787–1861

New Books January – June 2009 • Catalogue code: C118558

978-0-521-87401-4

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£45.00

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978-0-521-69626-5

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£17.99

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978-0-521-83260-1

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978-0-521-54026-1

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£15.99

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978-0-521-49570-7

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978-0-521-49917-0

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£15.99

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978-0-521-87011-5

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Language and Linguistics 118

Yvonne Li Walls

Using Chinese

978-0-521-78565-5

Paperback

£19.99

119

Gordon Taylor

A Student’s Writing Guide

978-0-521-72979-6

Paperback

£9.99

120

Andrew Radford

Linguistics

121

Noam Chomsky

Cartesian Linguistics

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978-0-521-84948-7

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£65.00

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978-0-521-61478-8

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£25.99

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978-0-521-88176-0

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978-0-521-70817-3

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£15.99

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122

Teun A. Van Dijk

Society and Discourse

978-0-521-51690-7

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£55.00

A

123

Bo Svensén

A Handbook of Lexicography

978-0-521-88180-7

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£70.00

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978-0-521-70824-1

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£29.99

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124

125

126

127

Donka Minkova

Charles Barber

Charles F. Meyer

Chris McCully

English Words

The English Language

Introducing English Linguistics

The Sound Structure of English

978-0-521-88258-3

Hardback

£55.00

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978-0-521-70917-0

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£19.99

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978-0-521-85404-7

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£45.00

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978-0-521-67001-2

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£15.99

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978-0-521-83350-9

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978-0-521-54122-0

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£19.99

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978-0-521-85036-0

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978-0-521-61549-5

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£15.99

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128

Jeremy J. Smith

Old English

978-0-521-86677-4 978-0-521-68569-6

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£15.99

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129

Lieselotte Anderwald

The Morphology of English Dialects

978-0-521-88497-6

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£60.00

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130

Edith L. Bavin

The Cambridge Handbook of Child Language

978-0-521-88337-5

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£90.00

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131

Eve V. Clark

First Language Acquisition

978-0-521-51413-2

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£70.00

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978-0-521-73293-2

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£31.99

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132

Terence Wade

Using Russian Vocabulary

978-0-521-61236-4

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£29.99

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133

N. J. Enfield

The Anatomy of Meaning

978-0-521-88064-0

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£60.00

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134

Bernard Spolsky

Language Management

135

Penelope Gardner-Chloros

Code-switching

978-0-521-51609-9

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£60.00

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978-0-521-73597-1

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£23.99

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978-0-521-86264-6

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£55.00

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978-0-521-68113-1

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£19.99

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136

Michael Clyne

Language and Human Relations

978-0-521-87062-7

Hardback

£55.00

137

William A. Kretzschmar, Jr.

The Linguistics of Speech

978-0-521-88703-8

Hardback

£55.00

138

J. Clancy Clements

The Linguistic Legacy of Spanish and Portuguese

978-0-521-83175-8

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£45.00

A

978-0-521-53944-9

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£17.99

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£50.00

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139

James M. Wilce

Language and Emotion

978-0-521-86417-6 978-0-521-68282-4

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£18.99

140

Andrew Radford

An Introduction to English Sentence Structure

978-0-521-51693-8

Hardback

£55.00

978-0-521-73190-4

Paperback

£19.99

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141

Norbert Hornstein

A Theory of Syntax

978-0-521-44970-0

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£60.00

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978-0-521-72881-2

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£21.99

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142

Leonard H. Babby

The Syntax of Argument Structure

978-0-521-41797-6

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£60.00

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143

Andrew Radford

Analysing English Sentences

978-0-521-51697-6

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£65.00

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.................

978-0-521-73191-1

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£25.99

X

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978-0-521-83796-5

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£50.00

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.................

978-0-521-73234-5

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£14.99

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Philosophy 144

145

James Stacey Taylor

Robert B. Pippin

Personal Autonomy

Hegel’s Practical Philosophy

978-0-521-42957-3

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£50.00

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978-0-521-72872-0

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£18.99

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146

Robert Piercey

The Uses of the Past from Heidegger to Rorty

978-0-521-51753-9

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£50.00

A

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.................

147

Robert B. Baker

The Cambridge World History of Medical Ethics

978-0-521-88879-0

Hardback

£115.00

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New Books January – June 2009 • Catalogue code: C118558


148

Jacqueline Broad

A History of Women’s Political Thought in Europe, 1400–1700

978-0-521-88817-2

Hardback

£55.00

A

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149

Robert R. Clewis

The Kantian Sublime and the Revelation of Freedom

978-0-521-51668-6

Hardback

£50.00

A

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.................

150

Roger Woolhouse

Locke: A Biography

978-0-521-81786-8

Hardback

£25.00

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978-0-521-74880-3

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£16.99

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151

C. Stephen Evans

Kierkegaard

978-0-521-87703-9

Hardback

£45.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-70041-2

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£15.99

.................

.................

152

John Marenbon

The Cambridge Companion to Boethius

978-0-521-87266-9

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£50.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-69425-4

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£18.99

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153

154

Jonathan Hodge

Frederick C. Beiser

The Cambridge Companion to Darwin

The Cambridge Companion to Hegel and NineteenthCentury Philosophy

978-0-521-88475-4

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£50.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-71184-5

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£18.99

.................

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978-0-521-83167-3

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978-0-521-53938-8

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155

Amélie Oksenberg Rorty

Kant’s ‘Idea for a Universal History with a Cosmopolitan Aim’

978-0-521-87463-2

Hardback

£50.00

156

C. L. Ten

Mill’s ‘On Liberty’

978-0-521-87356-7

Hardback

£50.00

157

David Sobel

Reasons for Action

978-0-521-87746-6

Hardback

£50.00

158

R. M. Sainsbury

Paradoxes

978-0-521-89632-0

Hardback

£45.00

978-0-521-72079-3

Paperback

£15.99

A

159

Gary Gutting

What Philosophers Know

978-0-521-85621-8

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£45.00

A

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978-0-521-67222-1

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£17.99

A

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.................

160

161

Alan Paskow

John R. Searle

The Paradoxes of Art

Philosophy in a New Century

978-0-521-82833-8

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£54.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-73318-2

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£17.99

A

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978-0-521-51591-7

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£50.00

A

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978-0-521-73158-4

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£18.99

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A

162

Manfred D. Laubichler

Form and Function in Developmental Evolution

978-0-521-87268-3

Hardback

£50.00

163

Raphael Falk

Genetic Analysis

978-0-521-88418-1

Hardback

£50.00

164

Desmond M. Clarke

Berkeley: Philosophical Writings

978-0-521-88135-7

Hardback

£50.00

A

978-0-521-70762-6

Paperback

£17.99

X

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£50.00

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165

Alastair Hannay

Kierkegaard: Concluding Unscientific Postscript

978-0-521-88247-7 978-0-521-70910-1

Paperback

£22.99

166

Richard P. Hiskes

The Human Right to a Green Future

978-0-521-87395-6

Hardback

£45.00

978-0-521-69614-2

Paperback

£17.99

A

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167

Hilde Lindemann

Naturalized Bioethics

978-0-521-89524-8

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£45.00

A

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978-0-521-71940-7

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£15.99

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168

Derrick Darby

Rights, Race, and Recognition

978-0-521-51540-5

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£45.00

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978-0-521-73319-9

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£17.99

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Religion 169

Colleen Shantz

Paul in Ecstasy

978-0-521-86610-1

Hardback

£45.00

A

170

Ellen F. Davis

Scripture, Culture, and Agriculture

978-0-521-51834-5

Hardback

£45.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-73223-9

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£14.99

A

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171

Bill T. Arnold

Genesis

978-0-521-80607-7

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£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-00067-3

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£15.99

A

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172

Anthony Kaldellis

The Christian Parthenon

978-0-521-88228-6

Hardback

£55.00

173

Mara H. Benjamin

Rosenzweig’s Bible

978-0-521-89526-2

Hardback

£45.00

174

Steven Nadler

The Cambridge History of Jewish Philosophy

978-0-521-84323-2

Hardback

£100.00

A

175

Adam Kamesar

The Cambridge Companion to Philo

978-0-521-86090-1

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£45.00

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.................

978-0-521-67802-5

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£16.99

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176

John Witte, Jr.

The Sins of the Fathers

New Books January – June 2009 • Catalogue code: C118558

978-0-521-83941-9

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£45.00

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978-0-521-54824-3

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£15.99

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177

Michael L. Morgan

Discovering Levinas

178

James R. Lewis

Sacred Schisms

179

Thomas A. DuBois

An Introduction to Shamanism

180

Robert Miner

Thomas Aquinas on the Passions

181

Ian Ker

The Cambridge Companion to John Henry Newman

182

183

Russell Re Manning

Lawrence S. Cunningham

The Cambridge Companion to Paul Tillich

An Introduction to Catholicism

978-0-521-87259-1

Hardback

£58.00

978-0-521-75968-7

Paperback

£18.99

978-0-521-88147-0

Hardback

£50.00

978-0-521-87353-6

Hardback

£45.00

978-0-521-69536-7

Paperback

£17.99

978-0-521-89748-8

Hardback

£50.00

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978-0-521-87186-0

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978-0-521-69272-4

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£17.99

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978-0-521-85989-9

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978-0-521-67735-6

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978-0-521-84607-3

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978-0-521-60855-8

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Management 184

Jedrzej George Frynas

Beyond Corporate Social Responsibility

978-0-521-86844-0

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.................

185

Michael Yaziji

NGOs and Corporations

978-0-521-86684-2

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£60.00

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978-0-521-68601-3

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£21.99

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186

Amalya Lumerman Oliver

Networks for Learning and Knowledge Creation in Biotechnology

978-0-521-87248-5

Hardback

£55.00

A

187

Steven A. Y. Poelmans

Harmonizing Work, Family, and Personal Life

978-0-521-85869-4

Hardback

£28.00

A

188

Denis Fred Simon

China’s Emerging Technological Edge

978-0-521-88513-3

Hardback

£60.00

978-0-521-71233-0

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£21.99

189

Ravi Ramamurti

Emerging Multinationals in Emerging Markets

978-0-521-51386-9

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£55.00

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190

Elliot Bendoly

Excel Basics to Blackbelt

978-0-521-88905-6

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£25.00

191

Simon French

Decision Behaviour, Analysis and Support

978-0-521-88334-4

Hardback

£75.00

978-0-521-70978-1

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£34.99

192

Martin Kilduff

Interpersonal Networks in Organizations

978-0-521-86660-6

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£45.00

978-0-521-68558-0

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193

Eric Flamholtz

Leading Strategic Change

978-0-521-84947-0

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194

Manuel Becerra

Theory of the Firm for Strategic Management

978-0-521-86334-6

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978-0-521-68194-0

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£65.00

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£25.99

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Sociology 195

Adam Sutton

Crime Prevention

978-0-521-68425-5

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£24.99

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196

Julie Ayling

Lengthening the Arm of the Law

978-0-521-49351-2

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£45.00

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978-0-521-73259-8

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£16.99

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197

Kate Nash

The Cultural Politics of Human Rights

978-0-521-85352-1

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£45.00

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978-0-521-61867-0

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£17.99

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198

Mabel Berezin

Illiberal Politics in Neoliberal Times

978-0-521-83913-6

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£50.00

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978-0-521-54784-0

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£18.99

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199

Nicos P. Mouzelis

Modern and Postmodern Social Theorizing

978-0-521-51585-6

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£50.00

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978-0-521-73153-9

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£18.99

A

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200

201

202

203

Sarah Daynes

Ahmet T. Kuru

Tahir Abbas

Geoffrey Brahm Levey

Desire for Race

Secularism and State Policy toward Religion

British Islam

Secularism, Religion and Multicultural Citizenship

New Books January – June 2009 • Catalogue code: C118558

978-0-521-86210-3

Hardback

£45.00

A

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978-0-521-68047-9

Paperback

£17.99

A

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978-0-521-51780-5

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£40.00

.................

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978-0-521-74134-7

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£14.99

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978-0-521-85449-8

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£45.00

A

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978-0-521-67079-1

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£15.99

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978-0-521-87360-4

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£45.00

A

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978-0-521-69541-1

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£17.99

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Anthropology 204

Boris Wiseman

The Cambridge Companion to Lévi-Strauss

978-0-521-84630-1

Hardback

£55.00

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978-0-521-60867-1

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£18.99

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Archaeology 205

206

Tony Waldron

Robin Dennell

Palaeopathology

The Palaeolithic Settlement of Asia

978-0-521-86137-3

Hardback

£45.00

A

978-0-521-67855-1

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£16.99

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978-0-521-84866-4

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£55.00

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978-0-521-61310-1

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£29.99

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Psychology 207

Alexandra Michel

Bullish on Uncertainty

978-0-521-86996-6

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£45.00

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978-0-521-69019-5

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£15.99

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208

Sheryl Olson

Regulatory Processes in the Development of Childhood Behavioral Problems

978-0-521-84813-8

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£55.00

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209

Philippe Rochat

Others in Mind

978-0-521-50635-9

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-72965-9

Paperback

£15.99

A

210

James C. Kaufman

Intelligent Testing

978-0-521-86121-2

Hardback

£40.00

211

Richard E. Mayer

Multimedia Learning

212

Estrid Sørensen

The Materiality of Learning

213

Philip J. Corr

The Cambridge Handbook of Personality Psychology

214

James R. Flynn

What Is Intelligence?

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.................

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.................

978-0-521-51412-5

Hardback

£55.00

A

978-0-521-73535-3

Paperback

£18.99

A

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.................

978-0-521-88208-8

Hardback

£50.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-86218-9

Hardback

£90.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-68051-6

Paperback

£45.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-88007-7

Hardback

£15.99

.................

.................

978-0-521-74147-7

Expanded Paperback edition

£12.99

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T

215

Dorthe Berntsen

Involuntary Autobiographical Memories

978-0-521-86616-3

Hardback

£50.00

A

.................

.................

216

Sevda Bekman

Perspectives on Human Development, Family and Culture

978-0-521-87672-8

Hardback

£60.00

A

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.................

217

Philip Robbins

The Cambridge Handbook of Situated Cognition

218

Kanayo Umeh

Understanding Adolescent Health Behaviour

978-0-521-84832-9

Hardback

£70.00

C

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.................

978-0-521-61286-9

Paperback

£29.99

A

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.................

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.................

978-0-521-87526-4

Hardback

£65.00

A

978-0-521-69802-3

Paperback

£25.99

A

.................

.................

Hardback

£47.00

A

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.................

219

Erich Kirchler

The Economic Psychology of Tax Behaviour

978-0-521-87674-2 978-0-521-75747-8

Paperback

£19.99

A

.................

.................

220

David R. Olson

The Cambridge Handbook of Literacy

978-0-521-86220-2

Hardback

£80.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-68052-3

Paperback

£25.00

A

221

Fred H. Previc

The Dopaminergic Mind in Human History and Evolution

978-0-521-51699-0

Hardback

£55.00 A

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222

Stephen J. Guastello

Chaos and Complexity in Psychology

978-0-521-88726-7

Hardback

£70.00

223

Mikkel Borch-Jacobsen

Making Minds and Madness

978-0-521-88863-9

Hardback

£60.00

978-0-521-71688-8

Paperback

£23.99

224

Robin Goodwin

Changing Relations

978-0-521-84204-4

Hardback

£50.00

A

.................

.................

225

Ute Schönpflug

Cultural Transmission

978-0-521-88043-5

Hardback

£55.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-70657-5

Paperback

£19.99

A

.................

.................

226

Evert Van de Vliert

Climate, Affluence, and Culture

978-0-521-51787-4

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

T

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Politics, social theory, history of ideas 227

James R. Flynn

Where Have All the Liberals Gone?

978-0-521-49431-1

Hardback

£19.99

228

Nathan J. Kelly

The Politics of Income Inequality in the United States

978-0-521-51458-3

Hardback

£40.00

.................

.................

229

Saul Brenner

Strategy on the United States Supreme Court

978-0-521-51672-3

Hardback

£40.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-73634-3

Paperback

£14.99

.................

.................

230

Jeffrey Stonecash

Reassessing the Incumbency Effect

978-0-521-51551-1

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-73322-9

Paperback

£15.99

A

.................

.................

231

Carol Gilligan

The Deepening Darkness

978-0-521-89898-0

Hardback

£17.99

A

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Subtotal

.................

New Books January – June 2009 • Catalogue code: C118558


232

Gordon Silverstein

Law’s Allure

Quantity

Cost

.................

.................

978-0-521-89647-4

Hardback

£40.00

A

978-0-521-72108-0

Paperback

£15.99

A

.................

.................

Hardback

£40.00

A

.................

.................

.................

.................

233

Paul A. Djupe

The Political Influence of Churches

978-0-521-87165-5 978-0-521-69219-9

Paperback

£15.99

A

234

Aili Mari Tripp

African Women’s Movements

978-0-521-87930-9

Hardback

£40.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-70490-8

Paperback

£14.99

A

.................

.................

235

236

237

238

239

W. Neil Adger

Donna Lee Van Cott

John A. Booth

Sarah M. Brooks

Christopher J. Kam

Governing Sustainability

Radical Democracy in the Andes

The Legitimacy Puzzle in Latin America

Social Protection and the Market in Latin America

Party Discipline and Parliamentary Politics

978-0-521-51875-8

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-73243-7

Paperback

£17.99

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-51558-0

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-73417-2

Paperback

£15.99

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-51589-4

Hardback

£40.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-73420-2

Paperback

£15.99

A

.................

.................

.................

.................

978-0-521-87767-1

Hardback

£45.00

A

978-0-521-70149-5

Paperback

£15.99

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-51829-1

Hardback

£50.00

A

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240

M. Steven Fish

The Handbook of National Legislatures

978-0-521-51466-8

Hardback

£75.00

A

.................

.................

241

Johanna Kristin Birnir

Ethnicity and Electoral Politics

978-0-521-86135-9

Hardback

£50.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-74365-5

Paperback

£15.99

.................

.................

242

Allen Hicken

Building Party Systems in Developing Democracies

978-0-521-88534-8

Hardback

£45.00

.................

.................

.................

.................

243

Mark Hallerberg

Fiscal Governance in Europe

978-0-521-85746-8

Hardback

£40.00

A

244

Andy Baker

The Market and the Masses in Latin America

978-0-521-89968-0

Hardback

£50.00

A

.................

.................

245

Beatriz Magaloni

Voting for Autocracy

978-0-521-86247-9

Hardback

£54.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-73659-6

Paperback

£16.99

A

.................

.................

246

John M. Carey

Legislative Voting and Accountability

978-0-521-88493-8

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-71191-3

Paperback

£15.99

A

.................

.................

247

Mark Irving Lichbach

Comparative Politics

978-0-521-88515-7

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-71234-7

Paperback

£16.99

A

248

Kees van Kersbergen

Religion, Class Coalitions, and Welfare States

978-0-521-89791-4

Hardback

£40.00

978-0-521-72395-4

Paperback

£14.99

249

Peter Dahlgren

Media and Political Engagement

978-0-521-82101-8

Hardback

£40.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-52789-7

Paperback

£15.99

A

.................

.................

250

Jenna Bednar

The Robust Federation

.................

.................

.................

.................

.................

.................

978-0-521-87899-9

Hardback

£40.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-70396-3

Paperback

£15.99

A

.................

.................

251

Young Nam Cho

Local People’s Congresses in China

978-0-521-51562-7

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

252

Richard Gunther

The Politics of Spain

978-0-521-84333-1

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-60400-0

Paperback

£15.99

X

.................

.................

253

Jeffrey T. Checkel

European Identity

978-0-521-88301-6

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-70953-8

Paperback

£15.99

A

.................

.................

The Colonial American Origins of Modern Democratic Thought

978-0-521-51438-5

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-51325-8

Hardback

£50.00

A

.................

.................

254

Jason S. Maloy

255

Mary Pickering

Auguste Comte

256

J.G.A. Pocock

Political Thought and History

257

258

259

Colin Kidd

Michaelle L. Browers

Donald Winch

Union and Unionisms

Political Ideology in the Arab World

Wealth and Life

New Books January – June 2009 • Catalogue code: C118558

978-0-521-88657-4

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-71406-8

Paperback

£15.99

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-88057-2

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-70680-3

Paperback

£15.99

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-76532-9

Hardback

£45.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-74934-3

Paperback

£17.99

.................

.................

978-0-521-88753-3

Hardback

£50.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-71539-3

Paperback

£18.99

A

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.................

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.................


260

Steven E. Lobell

Neoclassical Realism, the State, and Foreign Policy

Quantity

Cost

.................

.................

978-0-521-51705-8

Hardback

£45.00

A

978-0-521-73192-8

Paperback

£17.99

A

.................

.................

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

.................

.................

261

John Charvet

The Liberal Project and Human Rights

978-0-521-88314-6 978-0-521-70959-0

Paperback

£17.99

A

262

J. P. Singh

Negotiation and the Global Information Economy

978-0-521-51531-3

Hardback

£55.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-73108-9

Paperback

£19.99

A

.................

.................

263

264

265

Christine Jojarth

Small Arms Survey, Geneva

Kate O’Neill

Crime, War and Global Trafficking

Small Arms Survey 2008

The Environment and International Relations

978-0-521-88611-6

Hardback

£50.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-71376-4

Paperback

£18.99

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-88040-4

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-70655-1

Paperback

£17.99

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-84216-7

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-60312-6

Paperback

£15.99

X

.................

.................

.................

.................

266

William Hurst

The Chinese Worker after Socialism

978-0-521-89887-4

Hardback

£55.00

A

267

Richard F. Doner

The Politics of Uneven Development

978-0-521-51612-9

Hardback

£40.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-73611-4

Paperback

£15.99

A

.................

.................

268

Christina J. Schneider

Conflict, Negotiation and European Union Enlargement

978-0-521-51481-1

Hardback

£50.00

A

.................

.................

269

Aurelian Craiutu

Tocqueville on America after 1840

978-0-521-85955-4

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-67683-0

Paperback

£19.99

A

270

Matthew Price

Wielding Asylum

978-0-521-88116-6

Hardback

£45.00

978-0-521-70747-3

Paperback

£17.99

271

Avery Kolers

Land, Conflict, and Justice

978-0-521-51677-8

Hardback

£50.00

A

272

John P. McCormick

Weber, Habermas and Transformations of the European State

A

.................

.................

.................

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.................

.................

.................

.................

.................

978-0-521-81140-8

Hardback

£53.00

978-0-521-74363-1

Paperback

£15.99

.................

.................

Hardback

£45.00

.................

.................

273

Percy B. Lehning

John Rawls

978-0-521-89903-1 978-0-521-72769-3

Paperback

£15.99

274

Sonu Bedi

Rejecting Rights

978-0-521-51828-4

Hardback

£45.00

978-0-521-73215-4

Paperback

£15.99

A

.................

.................

275

Pierre Rosanvallon

Counter-Democracy

978-0-521-88622-2

Hardback

£40.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-71383-2

Paperback

£14.99

A

.................

.................

276

Paul M. Kellstedt

The Fundamentals of Political Science Research

978-0-521-87517-2

Hardback

£55.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-69788-0

Paperback

£36.00

X

.................

.................

277

Gregory Moore

Fichte: Addresses to the German Nation

978-0-521-44404-0

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-44873-4

Paperback

£15.99

A

.................

.................

.................

.................

A

.................

.................

.................

.................

Economics, business studies 278

Justin Yifu Lin

Economic Development and Transition

978-0-521-51452-1

Hardback

£38.00

978-0-521-73551-3

Paperback

£13.50

.................

.................

Hardback

£80.00

.................

.................

279

Ronald E. Miller

Input-Output Analysis

978-0-521-51713-3 978-0-521-73902-3

Paperback

£40.00

280

Michelle C. Baddeley

Running Regressions

978-0-521-84211-2

Hardback

£60.00

978-0-521-60308-9

Paperback

£23.99

A

.................

.................

281

Heiko Spitzeck

Humanism in Business

978-0-521-89893-5

Hardback

£60.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-72762-4

Paperback

£23.99

A

.................

.................

282

Rabi S. Bhagat

Cambridge Handbook of Culture, Organizations, and Work

978-0-521-87742-8

Hardback

£75.00

.................

.................

283

Dean Tjosvold

Power and Interdependence in Organizations

978-0-521-87859-3

Hardback

£60.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-70328-4

Paperback

£21.99

A

.................

.................

284

Uskali Maki

The Methodology of Positive Economics

978-0-521-86701-6

Hardback

£65.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-68686-0

Paperback

£25.99

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-87321-5

Hardback

£55.00

A

.................

.................

Subtotal

.................

285

Roberto Scazzieri

Markets, Money and Capital

New Books January – June 2009 • Catalogue code: C118558

X

.................

.................

.................

.................


286

Hirofumi Uzawa

Economic Theory and Global Warming

287

David B. Audretsch

Entrepreneurship, Growth, and Public Policy

288

Ein-Ya Gura

Insights into Game Theory

Quantity

Cost

.................

.................

978-0-521-82386-9

Hardback

£48.00

A

978-0-521-06659-4

Paperback

£16.99

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-89492-0

Hardback

£40.00

A

.................

.................

.................

.................

978-0-521-87422-9

Hardback

£40.00

A

978-0-521-69692-0

Paperback

£14.99

A

.................

.................

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

289

Richard Bronk

The Romantic Economist

978-0-521-51384-5 978-0-521-73515-5

Paperback

£17.99

A

.................

.................

290

Paul Rivlin

Arab Economies in the Twenty-First Century

978-0-521-89500-2

Hardback

£40.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-71923-0

Paperback

£14.99

A

.................

.................

291

Hirofumi Uzawa

Economic Analysis of Social Common Capital

978-0-521-84788-9

Hardback

£48.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-06649-5

Paperback

£16.99

A

.................

.................

292

Burton A. Weisbrod

Mission and Money

978-0-521-51510-8

Hardback

£20.00

A

.................

.................

293

Reuven Brenner

A World of Chance

.................

.................

294

David A. Phillips

Reforming the World Bank

978-0-521-88466-2

Hardback

£45.00

A

978-0-521-71157-9

Paperback

£16.99

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-88305-4

Hardback

£30.00

A

.................

.................

295

Bert Balk

Price and Quantity Index Numbers

978-0-521-88907-0

Hardback

£48.00

A

.................

.................

296

Filippo Cesarano

Monetary Theory and Bretton Woods

978-0-521-86759-7

Hardback

£54.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-73909-2

Paperback

£16.99

A

.................

.................

297

Steven R. Rosefielde

Russia Since 1980

978-0-521-84913-5

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-61384-2

Paperback

£14.99

A

.................

.................

298

Mike Hulme

Why We Disagree About Climate Change

978-0-521-89869-0

Hardback

£45.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-72732-7

Paperback

£15.99

.................

.................

978-0-521-89695-5

Hardback

£55.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-72168-4

Paperback

£19.99

X

.................

.................

299

300

301

Chris Brooks

Bill Dalton

Jamil Baz

RATS Handbook to Accompany Introductory Econometrics for Finance

Financial Products

Financial Derivatives

978-0-521-86358-2

Hardback

£60.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-68222-0

Paperback

£23.99

X

.................

.................

978-0-521-81510-9

Hardback

£40.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-06679-2

Paperback

£16.99

A

.................

.................

A

302

Ulrich Bindseil

Risk Management for Central Banks and Other Public Investors

978-0-521-51856-7

Hardback

£75.00

303

Frank de Jong

The Microstructure of Financial Markets

978-0-521-86784-9

Hardback

£45.00

978-0-521-68727-0

Paperback

£19.99

304

Mahmoud A. El-Gamal

Islamic Finance

978-0-521-86414-5

Hardback

£40.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-74126-2

Paperback

£16.99

A

.................

.................

305

Eric Brousseau

Internet and Digital Economics

.................

.................

.................

.................

.................

.................

978-0-521-85591-4

Hardback

£116.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-67184-2

Paperback

£35.00

A

.................

.................

306

Jeroen Hinloopen

Experiments and Competition Policy

978-0-521-49342-0

Hardback

£55.00

A

.................

.................

307

Jakob de Haan

European Financial Markets and Institutions

978-0-521-88299-6

Hardback

£65.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-70952-1

Paperback

£27.99

X

.................

.................

308

Steven Brakman

The New Introduction to Geographical Economics

978-0-521-87532-5

Hardback

£75.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-69803-0

Paperback

£35.00

X

.................

.................

309

Jeremy Atack

The Origin and Development of Financial Markets and Institutions

978-0-521-89517-0

Hardback

£60.00

A

.................

.................

Public Economics and the Household

978-0-521-88787-8

Hardback

£65.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-71628-4

Paperback

£25.99

A

.................

.................

310

Patricia Apps

Law 311

Danny Busch

The Unauthorised Agent

978-0-521-86388-9

Hardback

£65.00

A

.................

.................

312

Mark Kende

Constitutional Rights in Two Worlds

978-0-521-87904-0

Hardback

£35.00

A

.................

.................

313

Nick Huls

The Legitimacy of Highest Courts’ Rulings

978-90-6704-289-5

Hardback

£70.00

A

.................

.................

Subtotal

.................

New Books January – June 2009 • Catalogue code: C118558


314

Ethan B. Kapstein

The Fate of Young Democracies

Quantity

Cost

.................

.................

978-0-521-49423-6

Hardback

£55.00

A

978-0-521-73262-8

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£16.99

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315

Nicholas Aroney

The Constitution of a Federal Commonwealth

978-0-521-88864-6 978-0-521-71689-5

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£27.99

316

Vanessa Finch

Corporate Insolvency Law

978-0-521-87810-4

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£110.00

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978-0-521-70182-2

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£45.00

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317

Joseph A. McCahery

Private Company Law Reform

978-90-6704-251-2

Hardback

£48.00

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318

Jean-Pierre Casey

The MiFID Revolution

978-0-521-51863-5

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£75.00

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319

Michel Tison

Perspectives in Company Law and Financial Regulation

978-0-521-51570-2

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320

Thomas Bachner

Creditor Protection in Private Companies

978-0-521-89538-5

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£65.00

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321

Dirk Van Gerven

Common Legal Framework for Takeover Bids in Europe

978-0-521-51666-2

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322

Peter A. Holgate

Accounting Principles for Non-Executive Directors

978-0-521-50978-7

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Robert Meakin

The Law of Charitable Status

978-0-521-51603-7

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£70.00

P

324

Ellen L. Lutz

Prosecuting Heads of State

978-0-521-49109-9

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£55.00

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978-0-521-75670-9

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£16.99

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John Hagan

Darfur and the Crime of Genocide

978-0-521-51567-2

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£45.00

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978-0-521-73135-5

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£15.99

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Steven Blockmans

The European Union and Crisis Management

978-90-6704-286-4

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£70.00

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327

Tamara Relis

Perceptions in Litigation and Mediation

978-0-521-51731-7

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£45.00

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328

Julia Hornle

Cross-border Internet Dispute Resolution

978-0-521-89620-7

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£60.00

A

329

Jonas Ebbesson

Environmental Law and Justice in Context

978-0-521-87968-2

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£75.00

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330

Tim Stephens

International Courts and Environmental Protection

978-0-521-88122-7

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£60.00

A

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978-0-521-88150-0

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£110.00

A

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331

Sue Arrowsmith

Social and Environmental Policies in EC Procurement Law

332

Tamara Peri in

Free Movement of Goods and Limits of Regulatory Autonomy in the EU and WTO

978-90-6704-290-1

Hardback

£50.00

A

333

Flora Goudappel

The Effects of EU Citizenship

978-90-6704-278-9

Hardback

£48.00

A

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334

Wolf Sauter

State and Market in European Union Law

978-0-521-85775-8

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£60.00

A

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978-0-521-67447-8

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£23.99

A

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335

Hugh Collins

The European Civil Code

978-0-521-88580-5

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£55.00

A

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978-0-521-71337-5

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£19.99

A

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336

John Cartwright

Precontractual Liability in European Private Law

978-0-521-51601-3

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£85.00

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337

William A. Schabas

Genocide in International Law

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978-0-521-88397-9

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£130.00

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978-0-521-71900-1

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£55.00

A

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£90.00

A

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338

Malcolm Langford

Social Rights Jurisprudence

978-0-521-86094-9 978-0-521-67805-6

Paperback

£45.00

A

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.................

339

Thomas Brudholm

The Religious in Responses to Mass Atrocity

978-0-521-51885-7

Hardback

£45.00

A

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.................

340

Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian

Militarization and Violence against Women in Conflict Zones in the Middle East 978-0-521-88222-4

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£60.00

A

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978-0-521-70879-1

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£21.99

A

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341

François du Bois

Justice and Reconciliation in Post-Apartheid South Africa

978-0-521-88205-7

Hardback

£55.00

A

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.................

342

T. McCormack

Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law

978-90-6704-269-7

Hardback

£120.00

A

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343

Yoram Dinstein

The International Law of Belligerent Occupation

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344

Geertrui Van Overwalle

Gene Patents and Collaborative Licensing Models

345

Juan A. Marchetti

Opening Markets for Trade in Services

978-0-521-89637-5

Hardback

£60.00

A

978-0-521-72094-6

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£23.99

A

978-0-521-89673-3

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£65.00

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978-0-521-51604-4

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£80.00

A

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978-0-521-73591-9

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£40.00

A

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.................

346

Simon Lester

Bilateral and Regional Trade Agreements

978-0-521-49430-4

2 Volume Set £145.00

A

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.................

347

Simon Lester

Bilateral and Regional Trade Agreements

978-0-521-87828-9

Hardback

A

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£75.00

348

Douglas A. Irwin

The Genesis of the GATT

978-0-521-51561-0

Hardback

£45.00

A

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.................

349

Richard Baldwin

Multilateralizing Regionalism

978-0-521-50601-4

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£65.00

A

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978-0-521-73810-1

Paperback

£29.99

A

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New Books January – June 2009 • Catalogue code: C118558


350

351

Antoni Estevadeordal

WTO Secretariat

Regional Rules in the Global Trading System

A Handbook on Reading WTO Goods and Services Schedules

352

Déirdre Dwyer

The Judicial Assessment of Expert Evidence

353

William Twining

General Jurisprudence

354

I. F. Dekker

Netherlands Yearbook of International Law

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Cost

978-0-521-76084-3

Hardback

£60.00

A

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978-0-521-75934-2

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£23.99

A

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.................

978-0-521-88059-6

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£55.00

A

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978-0-521-70682-7

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£19.99

A

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978-0-521-50970-1

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£65.00

A

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978-0-521-50593-2

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£75.00

A

978-0-521-73809-5

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£35.00

X

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.................

978-90-6704-268-0

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£85.00

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355

Mark D. White

Theoretical Foundations of Law and Economics

978-0-521-88955-1

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£55.00

A

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.................

356

Alasdair Maclean

Autonomy, Informed Consent and Medical Law

978-0-521-89693-1

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£55.00

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357

Zachary Douglas

The International Law of Investment Claims

978-0-521-85567-9

Hardback

£75.00

358

Jan Klabbers

Treaty Conflict and the European Union

978-0-521-45546-6

Hardback

£60.00

978-0-521-72884-3

Paperback

£23.99

A

359

Jan Wouters

The Europeanisation of International Law

978-90-6704-285-7

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£50.00

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.................

360

N. Keijzer

The European Arrest Warrant in Practice

978-90-6704-293-2

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£65.00

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978-0-521-88935-3

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£55.00

A

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.................

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361

Susan Kneebone

Refugees, Asylum Seekers and the Rule of Law

362

Brett Bowden

The Role of International Law in Rebuilding Societies after Conflict

978-0-521-50994-7

Hardback

£65.00

A

363

Malcolm N. Shaw

International Law

978-0-521-89929-1

Hardback

£80.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-72814-0

Paperback

£38.00

X

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.................

364

Joost Pauwelyn

Optimal Protection of International Law

978-0-521-51682-2

Hardback

£40.00

A

.................

.................

365

Olivier M. Ribbelink

Beyond the UN Charter

978-90-6704-282-6

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

366

Elihu Lauterpacht

International Law Reports

978-0-521-87924-8

Hardback

£130.00

A

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.................

367

Gideon Boas

International Criminal Law Practitioner Library

978-0-521-87830-2

Hardback

£75.00

A

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.................

368

Ian Ward

Law, Text, Terror

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.................

369

Chantal Stebbings

The Victorian Taxpayer and the Law

370

Timothy Zick

Speech Out of Doors

978-0-521-51957-1

Hardback

£55.00

978-0-521-74021-0

Paperback

£19.99

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.................

978-0-521-89924-6

Hardback

£75.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-51730-0

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£45.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-73196-6

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£15.99

A

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.................

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.................

British history 371

Guy Ortolano

The Two Cultures Controversy

978-0-521-89204-9

Hardback

£55.00

A

372

John W. Young

Twentieth-Century Diplomacy

978-0-521-83916-7

Hardback

£55.00

A

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.................

373

J. P. Harris

Douglas Haig and the First World War

978-0-521-89802-7

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£25.00

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374

Peter Gaunt

The Correspondence of Henry Cromwell, 1655–1659

978-0-521-89604-7

Hardback

£45.00

A

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.................

375

Martin J. Wiener

An Empire on Trial

978-0-521-51365-4

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£35.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-73507-0

Paperback

£13.95

A

.................

.................

376

Christopher W. Brooks

Law, Politics and Society in Early Modern England

978-0-521-32391-8

Hardback

£65.00

A

.................

.................

377

James Murray

Enforcing the English Reformation in Ireland

978-0-521-77038-5

Hardback

£60.00

A

.................

.................

A

378

Rory Rapple

Martial Power and Elizabethan Political Culture

978-0-521-84353-9

Hardback

£60.00

379

Tim Stretton

Marital Litigation in the Court of Requests 1542–1642

978-0-521-80001-3

Hardback

£45.00

380

Robert C. Allen

The British Industrial Revolution in Global Perspective

381

Sarah Foot

Monastic Life in Anglo-Saxon England, c. 600–900

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.................

.................

.................

978-0-521-86827-3

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£45.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-68785-0

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£15.99

.................

.................

978-0-521-85946-2

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£53.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-73908-5

Paperback

£19.99

A

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.................

American history 382

Andrew J. F. Morris

The Limits of Voluntarism

978-0-521-88957-5

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

383

Eli Lederhendler

Jewish Immigrants and American Capitalism, 1880–1920

978-0-521-51360-9

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-73023-5

Paperback

£14.99

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Subtotal

.................

New Books January – June 2009 • Catalogue code: C118558


384

385

Robert David Johnson

Asaf Siniver

All the Way with LBJ

Nixon, Kissinger, and U.S. Foreign Policy Making

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.................

.................

978-0-521-42595-7

Hardback

£40.00

A

978-0-521-73752-4

Paperback

£14.99

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-89762-4

Hardback

£45.00

A

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.................

.................

.................

386

Bernard Rosenthal

Records of the Salem Witch-Hunt

978-0-521-66166-9

Hardback

£85.00

A

387

Robert McCluer Calhoon

Political Moderation in America’s First Two Centuries

978-0-521-51554-2

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£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-73416-5

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£16.99

A

.................

.................

388

Alden T. Vaughan

Transatlantic Encounters

978-0-521-86594-4

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£37.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-73817-0

Paperback

£14.99

A

.................

.................

389

Jane E. Calvert

Quaker Constitutionalism and the Political Thought of John Dickinson

978-0-521-88436-5

Hardback

£55.00

A

.................

.................

390

John Grenier

The First Way of War

978-0-521-84566-3

Hardback

£32.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-73263-5

Paperback

£16.99

A

.................

.................

391

Raymond L. Cohn

Mass Migration Under Sail

978-0-521-51322-7

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£45.00

A

.................

.................

392

B. Zorina Khan

The Democratization of Invention

A

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.................

.................

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393

Colleen A. Sheehan

James Madison and the Spirit of Republican SelfGovernment

978-0-521-81135-4

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£40.00

978-0-521-74720-2

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£16.99

978-0-521-89874-4

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-72733-4

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£15.99

A

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.................

European history 394

Martin Dean

Robbing the Jews

978-0-521-88825-7

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£45.00

A

.................

.................

395

Jana F. Bruns

Nazi Cinema’s New Women

978-0-521-85685-0

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£45.00

A

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.................

396

Wolf Gruner

Jewish Forced Labor Under the Nazis

978-0-521-83875-7

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£45.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-74357-0

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£16.99

A

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A

397

398

399

MacGregor Knox

MacGregor Knox

Ivan T. Berend

Common Destiny

Hitler’s Italian Allies

From the Soviet Bloc to the European Union

978-0-521-58208-7

Hardback

£32.00

978-0-521-74717-2

Paperback

£15.99

978-0-521-79047-5

Hardback

£32.00

978-0-521-74713-4

Paperback

£14.99

A

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978-0-521-49365-9

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£55.00

A

978-0-521-72950-5

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£19.99

A

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.................

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£45.00

A

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.................

400

Michael Geyer

Beyond Totalitarianism

978-0-521-89796-9 978-0-521-72397-8

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£17.99

A

.................

.................

401

Peter Kenez

Hungary from the Nazis to the Soviets

978-0-521-85766-6

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£48.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-74724-0

Paperback

£16.99

.................

.................

402

Shannon L. Fogg

The Politics of Everyday Life in Vichy France

978-0-521-89944-4

Hardback

£45.00

A

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.................

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.................

403

Michael Petersen

Missiles for the Fatherland

978-0-521-88270-5

Hardback

£35.00

404

A. R. Disney

A History of Portugal and the Portuguese Empire

978-0-521-40908-7

Hardback

£45.00

978-0-521-73822-4

Paperback

£15.99

A

405

Jonathan Shepard

The Cambridge History of the Byzantine Empire

978-0-521-83231-1

Hardback

£120.00

A

.................

.................

406

Nevra Necipoglu

Byzantium Between the Ottomans and the Latins

978-0-521-87738-1

Hardback

£55.00

A

.................

.................

407

John Watts

The Making of Polities

978-0-521-79232-5

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£45.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-79664-4

Paperback

£17.99

.................

.................

408

Robin Vose

Dominicans, Muslims and Jews in the Medieval Crown of Aragon

978-0-521-88643-7

Hardback

£55.00

409

Paul Oldfield

City and Community in Norman Italy

978-0-521-89804-1

Hardback

£55.00

410

Denys Pringle

The Churches of the Crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem, A Corpus

978-0-521-85148-0

Hardback

£110.00

A

.................

.................

411

Mayke de Jong

The Penitential State

978-0-521-88152-4

Hardback

£55.00

A

.................

.................

412

Alice Rio

Legal Practice and the Written Word in the Early Middle Ages

978-0-521-51499-6

Hardback

£55.00

.................

.................

413

Michael Printy

Enlightenment and the Creation of German Catholicism

978-0-521-47839-7

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

414

Susan Pinkard

A Revolution in Taste

978-0-521-82199-5

Hardback

£20.00

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New Books January – June 2009 • Catalogue code: C118558

A

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415

Nancy R. Reagin

Sweeping the German Nation

416

Jonathan Frankel

Crisis, Revolution, and Russian Jews

417

John A. Lynn II

Women, Armies, and Warfare in Early Modern Europe

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.................

.................

978-0-521-84113-9

Hardback

£50.00

A

978-0-521-74415-7

Paperback

£16.99

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-51364-7

Hardback

£40.00

A

.................

.................

.................

.................

978-0-521-89765-5

Hardback

£45.00

A

978-0-521-72237-7

Paperback

£13.99

A

.................

.................

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

418

William Beik

A Social and Cultural History of Early Modern France

978-0-521-88309-2 978-0-521-70956-9

Paperback

£16.99

A

.................

.................

419

Derek Beales

Joseph II

978-0-521-32488-5

Hardback

£80.00

A

.................

.................

420

Howard Louthan

Converting Bohemia

978-0-521-88929-2

Hardback

£60.00

A

.................

.................

421

Yohanan Petrovsky-Shtern

Jews in the Russian Army, 1827–1917

978-0-521-51573-3

Hardback

£50.00

A

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.................

Delusions of Intelligence

978-0-521-85522-8

Hardback

£22.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-73662-6

Paperback

£14.99

A

.................

.................

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£50.00

A

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.................

.................

.................

History - other areas 422

R. A. Ratcliff

423

Tony A. Freyer

Antitrust and Global Capitalism, 1930–2004

978-0-521-81788-2 978-0-521-74727-1

Paperback

£18.99

424

Roberto Cortés Conde

The Political Economy of Argentina in the Twentieth Century

978-0-521-88232-3

Hardback

£50.00

A

.................

.................

425

Naoko Shimazu

Japanese Society at War

978-0-521-85934-9

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£55.00

A

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A

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.................

426

D. A. Low

Fabrication of Empire

978-0-521-84351-5

Hardback

£60.00

427

Ghislaine Lydon

On Trans-Saharan Trails

978-0-521-88724-3

Hardback

£35.00

428

David Beck Ryden

West Indian Slavery and British Abolition, 1783–1807

978-0-521-48659-0

Hardback

£45.00

A

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.................

429

Pier M. Larson

Ocean of Letters

978-0-521-51827-7

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£50.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-73957-3

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£18.99

A

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.................

430

Manfred Berg

Historical Justice in International Perspective

978-0-521-87683-4

Hardback

£50.00

A

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.................

.................

.................

431

Denis Twitchett

The Cambridge History of China

978-0-521-81248-1

Hardback

£110.00

A

432

R. Jules Young

Japan Rising

978-0-521-51385-2

Hardback

£40.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-73516-2

Paperback

£14.99

A

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.................

433

Thomas Benjamin

The Atlantic World

978-0-521-85099-5

Hardback

£60.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-61649-2

Paperback

£24.99

.................

.................

434

Nicola Di Cosmo

The Cambridge History of Inner Asia

978-0-521-84926-5

Hardback

£110.00

A

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.................

435

Williamson Murray

The Making of Peace

978-0-521-51719-5

Hardback

£45.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-73193-5

Paperback

£15.99

A

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.................

436

Geoffrey Parker

The Cambridge Illustrated History of Warfare

978-0-521-73806-4

Paperback

£19.99

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.................

437

James L. A. Webb, Jr.

Humanity’s Burden

978-0-521-85418-4

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£45.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-67012-8

Paperback

£14.99

A

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.................

438

Jonathan R. Zatlin

The Currency of Socialism

978-0-521-86956-0

Hardback

£47.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-74360-0

Paperback

£19.99

A

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.................

439

Júnia Ferreira Furtado

Chica da Silva

978-0-521-88465-5

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£35.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-71155-5

Paperback

£15.99

A

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.................

440

Janet Afary

Sexual Politics in Modern Iran

978-0-521-89846-1

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£50.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-72708-2

Paperback

£18.99

A

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.................

441

Wael B. Hallaq

Sharî’a

978-0-521-86147-2

Hardback

£75.00

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.................

978-0-521-67874-2

Paperback

£35.00

.................

.................

442

443

444

Amy Singer

Willem van Schendel

Michael W. Charney

Charity in Islamic Societies

A History of Bangladesh

A History of Modern Burma

978-0-521-82164-3

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-52912-9

Paperback

£15.99

A

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.................

978-0-521-86174-8

Hardback

£40.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-67974-9

Paperback

£15.99

A

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.................

978-0-521-85211-1

Hardback

£40.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-61758-1

Paperback

£14.99

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-51662-4

Hardback

£60.00

A

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History-cross discipline 445

Elisabeth Hsu

Pulse Diagnosis in Early Chinese Medicine

New Books January – June 2009 • Catalogue code: C118558


446

Peter J. Bowler

Quantity

Cost

The Cambridge History of Science

978-0-521-57201-9

Hardback

£90.00

A

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Mathematics 447

David Applebaum

Lévy Processes and Stochastic Calculus

978-0-521-73865-1

Paperback

£35.00

A

448

Anatoly N. Kochubei

Analysis in Positive Characteristic

978-0-521-50977-0

Hardback

£40.00

A

449

Frederick W. King

Hilbert Transforms

978-0-521-51720-1

Hardback

£75.00

450

Javad Mashreghi

Representation Theorems in Hardy Spaces

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978-0-521-51768-3

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£60.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-73201-7

Paperback

£23.99

A

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451

A. A. Ivanov

The Monster Group and Majorana Involutions

978-0-521-88994-0

Hardback

£50.00

A

452

Jason L. Speyer

Stochastic Processes, Estimation, and Control

978-0-89871-655-9

Paperback

£55.00

A

.................

.................

453

Miroslav Krstic

Boundary Control of PDEs

978-0-89871-650-4

Hardback

£45.00

A

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.................

454

Athanassios S. Fokas

A Unified Approach to Boundary Value Problems

978-0-89871-651-1

Paperback

£40.00

A

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.................

455

Malcolm A. H. MacCallum

Algebraic Theory of Differential Equations

978-0-521-72008-3

Paperback

£40.00

A

.................

.................

456

Philippe Flajolet

Analytic Combinatorics

978-0-521-89806-5

Hardback

£45.00

A

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.................

457

Joseph P. S. Kung

Combinatorics: The Rota Way

978-0-521-88389-4

Hardback

£55.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-73794-4

Paperback

£22.99

A

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.................

458

Steen Krenk

Nonlinear Modeling and Analysis of Structures and Solids

978-0-521-83054-6

Hardback

£40.00

A

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.................

459

William Layton

Introduction to the Numerical Analysis of Incompressible Viscous Flows

978-0-89871-657-3

Paperback

£35.00

A

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.................

460

Kevin Houston

How to Think Like a Mathematician

978-0-521-89546-0

Hardback

£70.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-71978-0

Paperback

£18.99

X

.................

.................

461

Keith Kendig

Sink or Float

978-0-88385-339-9

Hardback

£31.99

A

.................

.................

462

David M. Wells

The Contest Problem Book IX

978-0-88385-826-4

Paperback

£25.99

A

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.................

463

J. Douglas Faires

The Contest Problem Book VIII

978-0-88385-825-7

Paperback

£25.99

A

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.................

464

H. S. Wall

Creative Mathematics

978-0-88385-750-2

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£27.99

A

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.................

465

Bonnie Gold

Proof and Other Dilemmas

978-0-88385-567-6

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£27.99

A

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.................

466

C. C. Mounfield

Synthetic CDOs

978-0-521-89788-4

Hardback

£45.00

A

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.................

467

F. William Lawvere

Conceptual Mathematics

978-0-521-89485-2

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£70.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-71916-2

Paperback

£29.99

X

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.................

.................

.................

468

Alexander S. Kechris

Games, Scales and Suslin Cardinals: The Cabal Seminar Volume I

978-0-521-89951-2

Hardback

£45.00

A

469

W. W. L. Chen

Analytic Number Theory

978-0-521-51538-2

Hardback

£60.00

A

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.................

470

Bas Edixhoven

Modular Forms on Schiermonnikoog

978-0-521-49354-3

Hardback

£50.00

A

.................

.................

A

471

J.P. Buhler

Algorithmic Number Theory

978-0-521-80854-5

Hardback

£50.00

472

William E. Schiesser

A Compendium of Partial Differential Equation Models

978-0-521-51986-1

Hardback

£55.00

473

Arieh Iserles

A First Course in the Numerical Analysis of Differential Equations

978-0-521-73490-5

Paperback

£29.99

A

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.................

474

Uri M. Ascher

Numerical Methods for Evolutionary Differential Equations

978-0-89871-652-8

Paperback

£43.00

A

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.................

475

Béatrice M. Rivière

Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for Solving Elliptic and Parabolic Equations

978-0-89871-656-6

Paperback

£29.99

A

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.................

476

Andreas Griewank

Evaluating Derivatives

978-0-89871-659-7

Paperback

£40.00

A

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.................

.................

.................

.................

.................

477

Igor Griva

Linear and Nonlinear Optimization

978-0-89871-661-0

Hardback

£50.00

.................

.................

478

Steven Rasmussen

UAV Cooperative Decision and Control

978-0-89871-664-1

Hardback

£45.00

.................

.................

.................

.................

479

Steven G. Krantz

A Guide to Complex Variables

978-0-88385-338-2

Hardback

£25.99

480

Andrew Gelman

A Quantitative Tour of the Social Sciences

978-0-521-86198-4

Hardback

£40.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-68003-5

Paperback

£17.99

.................

.................

481

Glenn Gamst

Analysis of Variance Designs

978-0-521-87481-6

Hardback

£45.00

482

Sean Meyn

Markov Chains and Stochastic Stability

978-0-521-73182-9

Paperback

£30.00

X

X

.................

.................

.................

................. .................

483

A. C. Davison

Statistical Models

978-0-521-73449-3

Paperback

£27.99

A

.................

484

Barry C. Arnold

A First Course in Order Statistics

978-0-89871-648-1

Paperback

£38.00

A

.................

.................

485

Mark S. Joshi

The Concepts and Practice of Mathematical Finance

978-0-521-51408-8

Hardback

£40.00

P

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.................

Subtotal

.................

New Books January – June 2009 • Catalogue code: C118558


Quantity

Cost

Computer science 486

Peter Brass

Advanced Data Structures

978-0-521-88037-4

Hardback

£39.99

487

Sanjeev Arora

Computational Complexity

978-0-521-42426-4

Hardback

£32.50

A

488

Victor Shoup

A Computational Introduction to Number Theory and Algebra

978-0-521-51644-0

Hardback

£35.00

X

.................

.................

489

Jeffrey Shallit

A Second Course in Formal Languages and Automata Theory 978-0-521-86572-2

Hardback

£30.00

A

.................

.................

.................

.................

.................

.................

490

Hiroshi Nagamochi

Algorithmic Aspects of Graph Connectivity

978-0-521-87864-7

Hardback

£50.00

A

.................

.................

491

Bruce Mills

Practical Formal Software Engineering

978-0-521-87903-3

Hardback

£35.00

X

.................

.................

492

Yoav Shoham

Multiagent Systems

978-0-521-89943-7

Hardback

£35.00

A

.................

.................

493

Richard K. Belew

Finding Out About

978-0-521-63028-3

Hardback

£42.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-73446-2

Paperback

£24.99

A

.................

.................

494

Adnan Darwiche

Modeling and Reasoning with Bayesian Networks

978-0-521-88438-9

Hardback

£40.00

.................

.................

495

Noson S. Yanofsky

Quantum Computing for Computer Scientists

978-0-521-87996-5

Hardback

£38.00

X

.................

.................

.................

.................

A

.................

.................

496

Yves Bertot

From Semantics to Computer Science

978-0-521-51825-3

Hardback

£70.00

497

Allen B. Downey

Python for Software Design

978-0-521-89811-9

Hardback

£45.00

978-0-521-72596-5

Paperback

£22.99

A

.................

.................

498

Robin Milner

The Space and Motion of Communicating Agents

978-0-521-49030-6

Hardback

£50.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-73833-0

Paperback

£25.00

A

.................

.................

499

John Harrison

Handbook of Practical Logic and Automated Reasoning

978-0-521-89957-4

Hardback

£75.00

A

.................

.................

500

Bruce F. Torrence

The Student’s Introduction to MATHEMATICA ®

978-0-521-71789-2

Paperback

£25.99

X

.................

.................

.................

.................

Physics 501

Dominik Marx

Ab Initio Molecular Dynamics

978-0-521-89863-8

Hardback

£45.00

A

502

Len Sander

Advanced Condensed Matter Physics

978-0-521-87290-4

Hardback

£40.00

X

.................

.................

503

Allan Griffin

Bose-Condensed Gases at Finite Temperatures

978-0-521-83702-6

Hardback

£65.00

A

.................

.................

504

B. K. Ridley

Electrons and Phonons in Semiconductor Multilayers

978-0-521-51627-3

Hardback

£70.00

.................

.................

505

Yuli Nazarov

Quantum Transport

978-0-521-83246-5

Hardback

£50.00

.................

.................

506

Richard M. Martin

Electronic Structure

978-0-521-53440-6

Paperback

£40.00

X

.................

.................

507

William C. Schieve

Quantum Statistical Mechanics

978-0-521-84146-7

Hardback

£45.00

X

.................

.................

.................

.................

508

Bernard Schutz

A First Course in General Relativity

978-0-521-88705-2

Hardback

£35.00

X

509

David H. Lyth

The Primordial Density Perturbation

978-0-521-82849-9

Hardback

£40.00

X

.................

.................

510

Daniele Oriti

Approaches to Quantum Gravity

978-0-521-86045-1

Hardback

£60.00

A

.................

.................

.................

.................

A

.................

.................

.................

.................

.................

.................

511

Jean-Philippe Bouchaud

Theory of Financial Risk and Derivative Pricing

978-0-521-74186-6

Paperback

£30.00

512

John H. Moore

Building Scientific Apparatus

978-0-521-87858-6

Hardback

£45.00

513

Harry Nussbaumer

Discovering the Expanding Universe

978-0-521-51484-2

Hardback

£30.00

514

Kristian Camilleri

Heisenberg and the Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics

978-0-521-88484-6

Hardback

£45.00

A A

515

Guido Bacciagaluppi

Quantum Theory at the Crossroads

978-0-521-81421-8

Hardback

£70.00

516

Michael C. Cross

Pattern Formation and Dynamics in Nonequilibrium Systems

978-0-521-77050-7

Hardback

£45.00

.................

.................

.................

.................

517

Rashmi C. Desai

Dynamics of Self-Organized and Self-Assembled Structures

978-0-521-88361-0

Hardback

£40.00

A

.................

.................

518

Masud Mansuripur

Classical Optics and its Applications

978-0-521-88169-2

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

519

Safa Kasap

Cambridge Illustrated Handbook of Optoelectronics and Photonics

978-0-521-81596-3

Hardback

£125.00

R

.................

.................

520

Gennaro Auletta

Quantum Mechanics

978-0-521-86963-8

Hardback

£45.00

X

.................

.................

521

David L. Wiltshire

The Kerr Spacetime

978-0-521-88512-6

Hardback

£60.00

A

.................

.................

.................

.................

X

.................

.................

522

Michael Stone

Mathematics for Physics

978-0-521-85403-0

Hardback

£45.00

523

Barton Zwiebach

A First Course in String Theory

978-0-521-88032-9

Hardback

£40.00

524

Leonard Parker

Quantum Field Theory in Curved Spacetime

978-0-521-87787-9

Hardback

£40.00

A

.................

.................

525

M. Shifman

Supersymmetric Solitons

978-0-521-51638-9

Hardback

£60.00

A

.................

.................

526

I. I. Bigi

CP Violation

978-0-521-84794-0

Hardback

£80.00

A

.................

.................

NMR Studies of Translational Motion

978-0-521-80696-1

Hardback

£70.00

A

.................

.................

Subtotal

.................

Chemistry 527

William S. Price

New Books January – June 2009 • Catalogue code: C118558


Quantity

Cost

Earth, atmospheric sciences 528

Jerry Straka

Cloud and Precipitation Microphysics

978-0-521-88338-2

Hardback

£70.00

529

Jerry North

Atmospheric Thermodynamics

978-0-521-89963-5

Hardback

£35.00

X A

.................

.................

.................

.................

530

Ross Garnaut

The Garnaut Climate Change Review

978-0-521-74444-7

Paperback

£35.00

531

John Houghton

Global Warming

978-0-521-88256-9

Hardback

£60.00

978-0-521-70916-3

Paperback

£24.99

.................

.................

532

James G. Ogg

The Concise Geologic Time Scale

978-0-521-89849-2

Hardback

£20.00

A

.................

.................

A

.................

.................

.................

.................

.................

.................

533

Erland M. Schulson

Creep and Fracture of Ice

978-0-521-80620-6

Hardback

£65.00

534

Mohan Munasinghe

Sustainable Development in Practice

978-0-521-89540-8

Hardback

£80.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-71972-8

Paperback

£40.00

.................

.................

535

Ann Young

Sandstone Landforms

978-0-521-87733-6

Hardback

£70.00

A

.................

.................

536

Marlyn L. Shelton

Hydroclimatology

978-0-521-84888-6

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

537

József Tóth

Gravitational Systems of Groundwater Flow

978-0-521-88638-3

Hardback

£70.00

A

.................

.................

538

Owen M. Phillips

Geological Fluid Dynamics

978-0-521-86555-5

Hardback

£40.00

A

.................

.................

539

Anthony Philpotts

Principles of Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology

978-0-521-88006-0

Hardback

£40.00

X

.................

.................

540

David Prandle

Estuaries

978-0-521-88886-8

Hardback

£65.00

A

.................

.................

.................

.................

541

S. Ross Taylor

Planetary Crusts

978-0-521-84186-3

Hardback

£70.00

A

542

Sam Boggs

Petrology of Sedimentary Rocks

978-0-521-89716-7

Hardback

£50.00

A

.................

.................

543

Nicholas Ambraseys

Earthquakes in the Mediterranean and Middle East

978-0-521-87292-8

Hardback

£120.00

A

.................

.................

544

Gary Mavko

The Rock Physics Handbook

978-0-521-86136-6

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

545

Gerald Schuster

Seismic Interferometry

978-0-521-87124-2

Hardback

£70.00

A

.................

.................

546

Emanuela Guidoboni

Earthquakes and Tsunamis in the Past

978-0-521-83795-8

Hardback

£80.00

A

.................

.................

547

Nicolas Remy

Applied Geostatistics with SGeMS

978-0-521-51414-9

Hardback

£50.00

A

.................

.................

548

Donal Ragan

Structural Geology

978-0-521-89758-7

Hardback

£80.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-74583-3

Paperback

£35.00

.................

.................

Astronomy 549

James Mullaney

The Cambridge Double Star Atlas

978-0-521-49343-7

Paperback

£27.50

A

.................

.................

550

David Ellyard

The Southern Sky Guide

978-0-521-71405-1

Paperback

£14.99

T

.................

.................

551

John B. Hearnshaw

Astronomical Spectrographs and their History

978-0-521-88257-6

Hardback

£70.00

A

.................

.................

552

Michael Perryman

Astronomical Applications of Astrometry

978-0-521-51489-7

Hardback

£70.00

A

.................

.................

553

Bernard E. J. Pagel

Nucleosynthesis and Chemical Evolution of Galaxies

978-0-521-84030-9

Hardback

£45.00

X

.................

.................

554

John H. Thomas

Sunspots and Starspots

978-0-521-86003-1

Hardback

£65.00

A

.................

.................

555

Lee Hartmann

Accretion Processes in Star Formation

978-0-521-53199-3

Paperback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

556

Gilles Chabrier

Structure Formation in Astrophysics

978-0-521-88779-3

Hardback

£75.00

A

.................

.................

.................

.................

557

Fabio Bresolin

Massive Stars as Cosmic Engines (IAU S250)

978-0-521-87472-4

Hardback

£65.00

A

558

P. James E. Peebles

Finding the Big Bang

978-0-521-51982-3

Hardback

£40.00

A

.................

.................

559

Gary W. Kronk

Cometography

978-0-521-58507-1

Hardback

£130.00

A

.................

.................

.................

.................

Engineering 560

Barbara Christe

Introduction to Biomedical Instrumentation

978-0-521-51512-2

Hardback

£35.00

561

Geoff Dougherty

Digital Image Processing for Medical Applications

978-0-521-86085-7

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

562

Cees Oomens

Biomechanics

978-0-521-87558-5

Hardback

£40.00

X

.................

.................

563

Duran Leblebici

Fundamentals of High-Frequency CMOS Analog Integrated Circuits

978-0-521-51340-1

Hardback

£40.00

X

.................

.................

Applied Speech and Audio Processing

978-0-521-51954-0

Hardback

£30.00

A

.................

.................

564

Ian V. McLoughlin

565

Emmanuel Desurvire

Classical and Quantum Information Theory

978-0-521-88171-5

Hardback

£40.00

A

.................

.................

566

H. Vincent Poor

Quickest Detection

978-0-521-62104-5

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

567

Antonio Nucci

Design, Measurement and Management of Large-Scale IP Networks

978-0-521-88069-5

Hardback

£40.00

A

.................

.................

568

Jenq-Neng Hwang

Multimedia Networking

978-0-521-88204-0

Hardback

£55.00

A

.................

.................

569

Ha H. Nguyen

A First Course in Digital Communications

978-0-521-87613-1

Hardback

£40.00

X

.................

.................

Subtotal

.................

New Books January – June 2009 • Catalogue code: C118558


570

Marcelo S. Alencar

Digital Television Systems

978-0-521-89602-3

Hardback

£45.00

571

Dhiraj K. Pradhan

Practical Design Verification

978-0-521-85972-1

Hardback

£40.00

572

Sheila Prasad

High-Speed Electronics and Optoelectronics

978-0-521-86283-7

Hardback

£45.00

Quantity

Cost

A

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.................

.................

.................

A

.................

.................

.................

.................

573

Yuan Taur

Fundamentals of Modern VLSI Devices

978-0-521-83294-6

Hardback

£45.00

574

Maksim Skorobogatiy

Fundamentals of Photonic Crystal Guiding

978-0-521-51328-9

Hardback

£60.00

A

.................

.................

575

Ranjan Vepa

Biomimetic Robotics

978-0-521-89594-1

Hardback

£55.00

A

.................

.................

576

Peter J. F. Harris

Carbon Nanotube Science

978-0-521-82895-6

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

577

L. B. Freund

Thin Film Materials

978-0-521-82281-7

Hardback

£55.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-52977-8

Paperback

£35.00

A

.................

.................

578

Frank Riley

Structural Ceramics

978-0-521-84586-1

Hardback

£45.00

.................

.................

.................

.................

579

Peter J. Halley

Chemorheology of Polymers

978-0-521-80719-7

Hardback

£75.00

580

Fan Yang

Electromagnetic Band Gap Structures in Antenna Engineering

978-0-521-88991-9

Hardback

£50.00

P

.................

.................

.................

.................

581

Jacques Heyman

Elements of Stress Analysis

978-0-521-73088-4

Paperback

£15.99

A

582

Arnold M. A. van der Heijden

W. T. Koiter’s Elastic Stability of Solids and Structures

978-0-521-51528-3

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

583

Jacob Goldenberg

Cracking the Ad Code

978-0-521-85905-9

Hardback

£50.00

P

.................

.................

978-0-521-67597-0

Paperback

£24.99

P

.................

.................

584

Massoud Kaviany

Heat Transfer Physics

978-0-521-89897-3

Hardback

£65.00

X

.................

.................

585

K. J. Ray Liu

Cooperative Communications and Networking

978-0-521-89513-2

Hardback

£50.00

A

.................

.................

586

Farooq Khan

LTE for 4G Mobile Broadband

978-0-521-88221-7

Hardback

£50.00

A

.................

.................

P

587

Philip Levis

TinyOS Programming

978-0-521-89606-1

Paperback

£27.50

.................

.................

588

Linda Doyle

Essentials of Cognitive Radio

978-0-521-89770-9

Hardback

£35.00

.................

.................

589

Steve Methley

Essentials of Wireless Mesh Networking

978-0-521-87680-3

Hardback

£35.00

.................

.................

Charles Darwin in Australia

978-0-521-72867-6

Hardback

£20.00

.................

.................

General Science 590

Frank Nicholas

A

Experimental biology and biomedicine 591

592

John Smith

Vaughan Monamy

Biotechnology

Animal Experimentation

978-0-521-88494-5

Hardback

£50.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-71193-7

Paperback

£22.99

X

.................

.................

.................

.................

978-0-521-87879-1

Hardback

£45.00

A

978-0-521-70348-2

Paperback

£16.99

A

.................

.................

Hardback

£70.00

A

.................

.................

593

Philippe Lemey

The Phylogenetic Handbook

978-0-521-87710-7 978-0-521-73071-6

Paperback

£29.99

X

.................

.................

594

Matthew A. Cooper

Label-Free Biosensors

978-0-521-88453-2

Hardback

£80.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-71151-7

Paperback

£37.00

A

.................

.................

595

Michael Jenkin

Cortical Mechanisms of Vision

978-0-521-88961-2

Hardback

£65.00

A

.................

.................

596

Steven M. Platek

Foundations in Evolutionary Cognitive Neuroscience

978-0-521-88421-1

Hardback

£70.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-71118-0

Paperback

£29.99

A

.................

.................

A

.................

.................

597

Paul Cumming

Imaging Dopamine

978-0-521-79002-4

Hardback

£70.00

598

Dennis A. Nowak

Sensorimotor Control of Grasping

978-0-521-88157-9

Hardback

£60.00

.................

.................

599

Sergiy Mikhailovich Korogod

Electrical Dynamics of the Dendritic Space

978-0-521-89677-1

Hardback

£80.00

.................

.................

600

Muhammad H. Zaman

Statistical Mechanics of Cellular Systems and Processes

978-0-521-88608-6

Hardback

£40.00

.................

.................

A

Zoology, botany 601

Johan Bolhuis

Tinbergen’s Legacy

978-0-521-87478-6

Hardback

£60.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-69755-2

Paperback

£24.99

A

.................

.................

602

Michael Huffman

Primate Parasite Ecology

978-0-521-87246-1

Hardback

£70.00

A

.................

.................

603

Mark J. McDonnell

Ecology of Cities and Towns

978-0-521-86112-0

Hardback

£70.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-67833-9

Paperback

£40.00

A

.................

.................

604

Richard Frankham

Introduction to Conservation Genetics

978-0-521-70271-3

Paperback

£40.00

X

.................

.................

605

J. Murray Roberts

Cold-Water Corals

978-0-521-88485-3

Hardback

£65.00

.................

.................

Subtotal

.................

New Books January – June 2009 • Catalogue code: C118558


606

607

Giorgio Bertorelle

Marc-André Villard

Population Genetics for Animal Conservation

Setting Conservation Targets for Managed Forest Landscapes

Quantity

Cost

978-0-521-86630-9

Hardback

£80.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-68537-5

Paperback

£35.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-87709-1

Hardback

£70.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-70072-6

Paperback

£35.00

A

.................

.................

Hardback

£75.00

A

.................

.................

.................

.................

608

Roger Butlin

Speciation and Patterns of Diversity

978-0-521-88318-4 978-0-521-70963-7

Paperback

£35.00

A

609

David B. Lindenmayer

Large Scale Landscape Experiments

978-0-521-88156-2

Hardback

£75.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-70778-7

Paperback

£35.00

A

.................

.................

610

611

612

Philip Boon

Tim New

Jeremy D. Wilson

Assessing the Conservation Value of Freshwaters

Insect Species Conservation

Bird Conservation and Agriculture

613

John van Wyhe

Charles Darwin’s Shorter Publications, 1829–1883

614

Edward B. Radcliffe

Integrated Pest Management

978-0-521-84885-5

Hardback

£75.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-61322-4

Paperback

£35.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-51077-6

Hardback

£75.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-73276-5

Paperback

£35.00

.................

.................

.................

.................

978-0-521-57181-4

Hardback

£75.00

A

978-0-521-73472-1

Paperback

£35.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-88809-7

Hardback

£80.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-87595-0

Hardback

£80.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-69931-0

Paperback

£35.00

X

.................

.................

A

615

Rangaswamy Muniappan

Biological Control of Tropical Weeds using Arthropods

978-0-521-87791-6

Hardback

£70.00

616

Alain Vanderpoorten

Introduction to Bryophytes

978-0-521-87712-1

Hardback

£60.00

978-0-521-70073-3

Paperback

£24.99

617

Kevin Pyke

Plastid Biology

978-0-521-88501-0

Hardback

£50.00

978-0-521-71197-5

Paperback

618

Peter Sell

Flora of Great Britain and Ireland

978-0-521-55337-7

Hardback

.................

.................

619

David E. Fastovsky

Dinosaurs

978-0-521-88996-4

Hardback

£70.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-71902-5

Paperback

£35.00

.................

.................

.................

.................

.................

.................

.................

.................

A

.................

.................

£24.99

A

.................

.................

£110.00

A

Medicine 620

Cait P. Searl

Core Topics in Thoracic Anesthesia

978-0-521-86712-2

Hardback

£45.00

P

.................

.................

621

Graham Arthurs

Ultrasound in Anesthetic Practice

978-0-521-71623-9

Paperback

£45.00

P

.................

.................

622

Ian McConachie

Anesthesia for the High Risk Patient

978-0-521-71018-3

Paperback

£30.00

P

.................

.................

623

Simon Bricker

The Anaesthesia Science Viva Book

978-0-521-72644-3

Paperback

£38.00

P

.................

.................

624

Jonathan Benger

Emergency Airway Management

978-0-521-72729-7

Paperback

£29.99

P

.................

.................

625

Ghazala Sharieff

Neonatal and Infant Emergencies

978-0-521-88113-5

Hardback

£55.00

P

.................

.................

.................

.................

626

Peter C. Whitfield

Head Injury

978-0-521-69762-0

Paperback

£40.00

627

Thomas B. Newman

Evidence-Based Diagnosis

978-0-521-88652-9

Hardback

£60.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-71402-0

Paperback

£22.99

P

.................

.................

628

William D. Dupont

Statistical Modeling for Biomedical Researchers

978-0-521-84952-4

Hardback

£70.00

P

.................

.................

978-0-521-61480-1

Paperback

£35.00

P

.................

.................

629

Zobair M. Younossi

Practical Management of Liver Diseases

978-0-521-68489-7

Hardback

£43.00

P

.................

.................

630

Christine Arenson

Reichel’s Care of the Elderly

978-0-521-86929-4

Hardback

£80.00

P

.................

.................

631

John B. Zabriskie

Essential Clinical Immunology

978-0-521-51681-5

Hardback

£75.00

P

.................

.................

978-0-521-70489-2

Paperback

£35.00

P

.................

.................

632

Anthony Back

Mastering Communication with Seriously Ill Patients

978-0-521-70618-6

Paperback

£17.00

633

David Drez

Sports Medicine

978-0-521-73526-1

Paperback

£35.00

634

Joseph H. Antin

Dana-Farber Manual of Stem Cell and Bone Marrow Transplantation

978-0-521-69975-4

Paperback

635

Reinhold Munker

The BMT Data Book

978-0-521-71100-5

Paperback

636

Goura Kudesia

Clinical and Diagnostic Virology

978-0-521-69467-4

Paperback

£29.99

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.................

P

.................

.................

£27.00

P

.................

.................

£45.00

P

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.................

P

.................

.................

637

Robert N. Gibson

Essential Medical Imaging

978-0-521-70911-8

Mixed Media £38.00

P

.................

.................

638

Gabriel Conder

A-Z of Abdominal Radiology

978-0-521-70014-6

Paperback

£24.50

P

.................

.................

639

Tara Catanzano

How to Think Like a Radiologist

978-0-521-71523-2

Paperback

£15.99

P

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.................

Subtotal

.................

New Books January – June 2009 • Catalogue code: C118558


Quantity

Cost

.................

.................

640

Lindsey D. Allan

Fetal Echocardiography

978-0-521-69520-6

Hardback

£95.00

P

641

Andy Adam

Interventional Radiological Treatment of Liver Tumors

978-0-521-88687-1

Hardback

£45.00

P

.................

.................

642

Hedvig Hricak

Prostate Cancer

978-0-521-88704-5

Hardback

£45.00

P

.................

.................

.................

.................

643

Jay P. Heiken

Pancreatic Cancer

978-0-521-88692-5

Hardback

£45.00

P

644

Richard L. Cruess

Teaching Medical Professionalism

978-0-521-88104-3

Hardback

£45.00

P

.................

.................

978-0-521-70742-8

Paperback

£24.99

P

.................

.................

645

W. D. S. McLay

Clinical Forensic Medicine

978-0-521-70568-4

Paperback

£40.00

P

.................

.................

646

Phillip Ruiz

Transplantation Pathology

978-0-521-87995-8

Hardback

£90.00

A

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.................

.................

.................

P

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.................

647

Bruce L. Miller

The Behavioral Neurology of Dementia

978-0-521-85395-8

Hardback

£95.00

648

Christopher H. Hawkes

The Neurology of Olfaction

978-0-521-68216-9

Paperback

£45.00

649

Gasser M. Hathout

Clinical Neuroradiology

978-0-521-60054-5

Hardback

£85.00

P

.................

.................

650

Sarah T. Pendlebury

Transient Ischemic Attack and Stroke

978-0-521-73512-4

Paperback

£35.00

P

.................

.................

.................

.................

651

Valerie A. Purvin

Common Neuro-Ophthalmic Pitfalls

978-0-521-71326-9

Paperback

£45.00

P

652

Daniel Truong

Manual of Botulinum Toxin Therapy

978-0-521-69442-1

Hardback

£45.00

P

.................

.................

653

Lars-Olof Wahlund

Vascular Cognitive Impairment in Clinical Practice

978-0-521-87537-0

Hardback

£65.00

P

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.................

.................

.................

P

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.................

654

Barbara A. Wilson

Neuropsychological Rehabilitation

978-0-521-84149-8

Hardback

£55.00

655

Paul Reuwer

Proactive Support of Labor

978-0-521-73576-6

Paperback

£38.00

656

S. Vincent Rajkumar

Treatment of Multiple Myeloma and Related Disorders

978-0-521-51503-0

Hardback

£45.00

P

.................

.................

657

Craig A. Macneil

Bipolar Disorder in Young People

978-0-521-71936-0

Paperback

£29.99

P

.................

.................

.................

.................

658

Douglas Turkington

Back to Life, Back to Normality

978-0-521-69956-3

Paperback

£13.99

P

659

Henry J. Jackson

The Recognition and Management of Early Psychosis

978-0-521-61731-4

Paperback

£40.00

P

660

Nicholas Seivewright

Community Treatment of Drug Misuse

978-0-521-69183-3

Paperback

£35.00

.................

.................

.................

.................

661

Paul E. Mullen

Stalkers and their Victims

978-0-521-73241-3

Paperback

£35.00

P

.................

.................

662

Graham Thornicroft

Better Mental Health Care

978-0-521-68946-5

Paperback

£29.99

P

.................

.................

663

Werner G. K. Stritzke

Treatment Manual for Smoking Cessation Groups

978-0-521-70925-5

Paperback

£19.99

P

.................

.................

664

Judith M. Rumsey

Neuroimaging in Developmental Clinical Neuroscience

978-0-521-88357-3

Hardback

£95.00

P

.................

.................

665

Iris E. C. Sommer

Language Lateralization and Psychosis

978-0-521-88284-2

Hardback

£65.00

P

.................

.................

666

Michael Alan Taylor

Descriptive Psychopathology

978-0-521-71391-7

Paperback

£40.00

P

.................

.................

667

Nicholas B. Allen

Adolescent Emotional Development and the Emergence of Depressive Disorders

978-0-521-86939-3

Hardback

£55.00

P

.................

.................

668

Stephen M. Stahl Stahl’s Essential Pharmacology Online

978-0-521-74609-0

Print/online bundle

£115.00

P

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P

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P

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.................

669

Allan A. Pacey

Sperm Banking

978-0-521-61128-2

Paperback

£40.00

670

Joyce Harper

Preimplantation Genetic Diagnosis

978-0-521-88471-6

Hardback

£70.00

671

Richard Polin

Neonatology

978-0-521-73523-0

Paperback

£35.00

672

Armin Ernst

Introduction to Bronchoscopy

978-0-521-76628-9

Hardback

£45.00

978-0-521-71109-8

Paperback

£25.00

673

Omer Aziz

Hospital Surgery

978-0-521-68205-3

Paperback

£29.99

P

.................

.................

674

Paul A. Banaszkiewicz

Postgraduate Orthopaedics

978-0-521-67463-8

Paperback

£45.00

P

.................

.................

675

Harold Ellis

Cambridge Illustrated History of Surgery

New Books January – June 2009 • Catalogue code: C118558

978-0-521-89623-8

Hardback

£75.00

P

.................

.................

978-0-521-72033-5

Paperback

£35.00

P

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Total for all pages

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William Tronzo

St. Peter’s in the Vatican

978-0-521-64096-1

Hardback

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A

978-0-521-73210-9

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£30.00

A

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£62.00

A

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Lynne Lancaster

Concrete Vaulted Construction in Imperial Rome

978-0-521-84202-0 978-0-521-74436-2

Paperback

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3

Shelley Hales

The Roman House and Social Identity

978-0-521-73509-4

Paperback

£15.99

4

Ann Steiner

Reading Greek Vases

978-0-521-82522-1

Hardback

£50.00

A

978-0-521-73235-2

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£17.99

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£62.00

A

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Jocelyn Penny Small

The Parallel Worlds of Classical Art and Text

978-0-521-81522-2 978-0-521-73306-9

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£18.99

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6

Natalie Boymel Kampen

Family Fictions in Roman Art

978-0-521-58447-0

Hardback

£45.00

A

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7

Giuseppe Gerbino

Music and the Myth of Arcadia in Renaissance Italy

978-0-521-89956-7

Hardback

£65.00

A

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8

Ralph P. Locke

Musical Exoticism

978-0-521-87793-0

Hardback

£55.00

A

9

David Wyn Jones

The Life of Haydn

978-0-521-89574-3

Hardback

£50.00

Music

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10

Roger Freitas

Portrait of a Castrato

978-0-521-88521-8

Hardback

£55.00

A

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11

Stephen Rodgers

Form, Program, and Metaphor in the Music of Berlioz

978-0-521-88404-4

Hardback

£50.00

A

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12

Sarah Hibberd

French Grand Opera and the Historical Imagination

978-0-521-88562-1

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£50.00

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Classical studies 13

John Richardson

The Language of Empire

978-0-521-81501-7

Hardback

£50.00

A

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14

Mary P. Nichols

Socrates on Friendship and Community

978-0-521-89973-4

Hardback

£45.00

A

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New Books January – June 2009 • Catalogue code: C118558


New Books January – June 2009 • Catalogue code: C118558


15

Alison Cooley

Res Gestae Divi Augusti

978-0-521-84152-8

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£45.00

978-0-521-60128-3

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£16.99

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£45.00

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£14.99

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£65.00

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A

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16

Adriaan Lanni

Law and Justice in the Courts of Classical Athens

978-0-521-85759-8 978-0-521-73301-4

Paperback

17

Hannah Cotton

From Hellenism to Islam

978-0-521-87581-3

Hardback

18

Arjan Zuiderhoek

The Politics of Munificence in the Roman Empire

978-0-521-51930-4

Hardback

£55.00

19

Catalin Partenie

Plato’s Myths

978-0-521-88790-8

Hardback

£55.00

A

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.................

20

Iakovos Vasiliou

Aiming at Virtue in Plato

978-0-521-86296-7

Hardback

£55.00

A

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21

Reviel Netz

Ludic Proof

978-0-521-89894-2

Hardback

£55.00

A

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22

Lloyd Gerson

Ancient Epistemology

978-0-521-87139-6

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£45.00

A

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978-0-521-69189-5

Paperback

£15.99

A

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23

David Walsh

Distorted Ideals in Greek Vase-Painting

978-0-521-89641-2

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£55.00

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24

Katherine E. Welch

The Roman Amphitheatre

978-0-521-74435-5

Paperback

£23.99

25

Kim Bowes

Private Worship, Public Values, and Religious Change in Late Antiquity 978-0-521-88593-5

Hardback

£50.00

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£62.00

A

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26

Olga Palagia

Greek Sculpture

978-0-521-77267-9 978-0-521-73837-8

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£18.99

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27

Susan Langdon

Art and Identity in Dark Age Greece, 1100–700 BC

978-0-521-51321-0

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£50.00

A

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.................

28

Luciana Gallo

Lord Elgin and Ancient Greek Architecture

978-0-521-88163-0

Hardback

£80.00

A

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.................

29

Paul Murgatroyd

Apuleius: <I>Metamorphoses</I>

978-0-521-87046-7

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£45.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-69055-3

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£16.99

X

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30

Richard Hunter

Wandering Poets in Ancient Greek Culture

978-0-521-89878-2

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£55.00

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31

Victoria E. Rimell

Martial’s Rome

978-0-521-82822-2

Hardback

£50.00

A

32

Simon Goldhill

The End of Dialogue in Antiquity

978-0-521-88774-8

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£55.00

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33

Eric Csapo

The Origins of Theater in Ancient Greece and Beyond

978-0-521-83682-1

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£53.00

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978-0-521-74833-9

Paperback

£26.00

A

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34

Simon Goldhill

Sophocles and the Greek Tragic Tradition

978-0-521-88785-4

Hardback

£55.00

A

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.................

35

Martin M. Winkler

Cinema and Classical Texts

978-0-521-51860-4

Hardback

£55.00

A

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.................

36

René Nünlist

The Ancient Critic at Work

978-0-521-85058-2

Hardback

£60.00

A

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.................

37

Claude Calame

Greek Mythology

978-0-521-88858-5

Hardback

£55.00

A

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.................

38

Felix Budelmann

The Cambridge Companion to Greek Lyric

978-0-521-84944-9

Hardback

£60.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-61476-4

Paperback

£21.99

A

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.................

39

Ewen Bowie

Philostratus

978-0-521-82720-1

Hardback

£70.00

A

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40

Graham Shipley

The Cambridge Dictionary of Classical Civilization

978-0-521-48313-1

Hardback

£115.00

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.................

978-0-521-73150-8

Paperback

£19.99

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41

Sabine R. Hübner

Growing Up Fatherless in Antiquity

978-0-521-49050-4

Hardback

£55.00

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42

Jonathan P. Roth

Roman Warfare

978-0-521-83028-7

Hardback

£45.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-53726-1

Paperback

£11.99

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.................

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English literature 43

Julian Murphet

Multimedia Modernism

978-0-521-51345-6

Hardback

£50.00

44

Dominic Head

The Cambridge Introduction to J. M. Coetzee

978-0-521-86747-4

Hardback

£35.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-68709-6

Paperback

£11.99

X

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.................

.................

.................

45

Gillian Beer

Darwin’s Plots

978-0-521-76769-9

Hardback

£50.00

978-0-521-74361-7

Paperback

£18.99

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.................

46

Cheryl A. Wilson

Literature and Dance in Nineteenth-Century Britain

978-0-521-51909-0

Hardback

£50.00

A

.................

.................

47

Mike Sanders

The Poetry of Chartism

978-0-521-89918-5

Hardback

£50.00

A

.................

.................

48

Gail Marshall

Shakespeare and Victorian Women

978-0-521-51523-8

Hardback

£50.00

A

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.................

49

Valerie Sanders

The Tragi-Comedy of Victorian Fatherhood

978-0-521-88478-5

Hardback

£50.00

A

.................

.................

50

Madelyn Detloff

The Persistence of Modernism

978-0-521-89642-9

Hardback

£50.00

A

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.................

51

Rod Rosenquist

Modernism, the Market and the Institution of the New

978-0-521-51619-8

Hardback

£50.00

A

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New Books January – June 2009 • Catalogue code: C118558


52

Robert L. Caserio

The Cambridge Companion to the Twentieth-Century English Novel

978-0-521-88416-7

Hardback

£45.00

978-0-521-71115-9

Paperback

£15.99

Hardback

£45.00

A

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53

Jon Stallworthy

Survivors’ Songs

978-0-521-89906-2 978-0-521-72789-1

Paperback

£14.99

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.................

54

Paul Eggert

Securing the Past

978-0-521-89808-9

Hardback

£45.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-72591-0

Paperback

£17.99

A

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.................

55

Stephen Prickett

Modernity and the Reinvention of Tradition

978-0-521-51746-1

Hardback

£50.00

.................

.................

56

Phillip J. Donnelly

Milton’s Scriptural Reasoning

978-0-521-50973-2

Hardback

£50.00

A

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.................

57

Phebe Jensen

Religion and Revelry in Shakespeare’s Festive World

978-0-521-50639-7

Hardback

£50.00

A

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.................

58

Alastair Minnis

Translations of Authority in Medieval English Literature

978-0-521-51594-8

Hardback

£50.00

A

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.................

59

Mike Goode

Sentimental Masculinity and the Rise of History, 1790–1890 978-0-521-89859-1

Hardback

£50.00

.................

.................

60

Philip Connell

Romanticism and Popular Culture in Britain and Ireland

Hardback

£50.00

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.................

61

Thomas M. Curley

Samuel Johnson, the Ossian Fraud, and the Celtic Revival in Great Britain and Ireland

978-0-521-40747-2

Hardback

£50.00

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.................

62

Tim Fulford

Native Americans and Anglo-American Culture, 1750–1850

978-0-521-88848-6

Hardback

£50.00

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.................

63

Karen O’Brien

Women and Enlightenment in Eighteenth-Century Britain

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64

Tom Mole

Romanticism and Celebrity Culture, 1750-1850

978-0-521-88012-1

978-0-521-77349-2

Hardback

£50.00

A

978-0-521-77427-7

Paperback

£17.99

A

978-0-521-88477-8

Hardback

£50.00

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65

John Beer

Romanticism, Revolution and Language

978-0-521-89755-6

Hardback

£50.00

66

John Richetti

The Cambridge Companion to Daniel Defoe

978-0-521-85840-3

Hardback

£45.00

978-0-521-67505-5

Paperback

£17.99

A

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.................

67

David Simpson

Wordsworth, Commodification, and Social Concern

978-0-521-89877-5

Hardback

£50.00

A

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.................

68

Maureen McLane

Balladeering, Minstrelsy, and the Making of British Romantic Poetry

978-0-521-89576-7

Hardback

£55.00

A

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.................

69

Penny Fielding

Scotland and the Fictions of Geography

978-0-521-89514-9

Hardback

£55.00

A

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.................

70

Larry Scanlon

The Cambridge Companion to Medieval English Literature 1150-1500

A

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978-0-521-84167-2

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£45.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-60258-7

Paperback

£17.99

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71

Nicole R. Rice

Lay Piety and Religious Discipline in Middle English Literature

978-0-521-89607-8

Hardback

£50.00

A

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.................

72

Alastair Minnis

The Cambridge History of Literary Criticism

978-0-521-31718-4

Paperback

£27.99

A

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.................

.................

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73

Louis Schwartz

Milton and Maternal Mortality

978-0-521-89638-2

Hardback

£50.00

74

A. D. Cousins

Ben Jonson and the Politics of Genre

978-0-521-51378-4

Hardback

£50.00

75

Judith Haber

Desire and Dramatic Form in Early Modern England

978-0-521-51867-3

Hardback

£50.00

76

Lloyd Edward Kermode

Aliens and Englishness in Elizabethan Drama

978-0-521-89953-6

Hardback

£50.00

77

Lynn S. Meskill

Ben Jonson and Envy

978-0-521-51743-0

Hardback

£50.00

A

A

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78

Judith Buchanan

Shakespeare on Silent Film

978-0-521-87199-0

Hardback

£55.00

.................

.................

79

Megan Matchinske

Women Writing History in Early Modern England

978-0-521-50867-4

Hardback

£55.00

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.................

80

B. J. Sokol

Shakespeare and Tolerance

978-0-521-87912-5

Hardback

£50.00

81

Jim Endersby

On the Origin of Species

978-0-521-86709-2

Hardback

£70.00

A

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.................

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82

Virginia Crosswhite Hyde

Mornings in Mexico and Other Essays

978-0-521-65292-6

Hardback

£75.00

A

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.................

83

N. H. Reeve

‘The Vicar’s Garden’ and Other Stories

978-0-521-86710-8

Hardback

£75.00

A

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.................

84

Janet Todd The Cambridge Edition of the Works of Jane Austen

978-0-521-86840-2

9 volume HB set

£500.00

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.................

85

Janis Lull

King Richard III

978-0-521-51474-3

Hardback

£45.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-73556-8

Paperback

£8.99

.................

.................

86

Michael F. Suarez SJ

The Cambridge History of the Book in Britain

978-0-521-81017-3

Hardback

£120.00

.................

.................

87

David McKitterick

The Cambridge History of the Book in Britain

978-0-521-86624-8

Hardback

£100.00

A

.................

.................

The American 1930s

978-0-521-51640-2

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-73431-8

Paperback

£15.99

A

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American literature 88

Peter Conn

New Books January – June 2009 • Catalogue code: C118558


Quantity

Cost

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.................

89

R. Neil Scott

Flannery O’Connor

978-0-521-82863-5

Hardback

£70.00

A

90

Carla Mulford

The Cambridge Companion to Benjamin Franklin

978-0-521-87134-1

Hardback

£45.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-69186-4

Paperback

£15.99

A

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.................

.................

.................

91

Frank Shuffelton

The Cambridge Companion to Thomas Jefferson

978-0-521-86731-3

Hardback

£45.00

A

978-0-521-68697-6

Paperback

£15.99

A

.................

.................

Hardback

£45.00

A

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.................

92

Kevin J. H. Dettmar

The Cambridge Companion to Bob Dylan

978-0-521-88694-9 978-0-521-71494-5

Paperback

£15.99

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93

Alfred Bendixen

The Cambridge Companion to American Travel Writing

978-0-521-86109-0

Hardback

£45.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-67831-5

Paperback

£17.99

A

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.................

94

Angelyn Mitchell

The Cambridge Companion to African American Women’s Literature

978-0-521-85888-5

Hardback

£50.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-67582-6

Paperback

£17.99

.................

.................

978-0-521-86765-8

Hardback

£35.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-68719-5

Paperback

£11.99

X

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.................

978-0-521-89803-4

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£50.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-87366-6

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£35.00

A

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978-0-521-69543-5

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£11.99

X

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£101.00

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95

Pamela Knights

The Cambridge Introduction to Edith Wharton

96

Kerry Larson

Imagining Equality in Nineteenth-Century American Literature

European and World literature 97

Elaine Savory

The Cambridge Introduction to Jean Rhys

98

David T. Gies

The Cambridge History of Spanish Literature

978-0-521-80618-3 978-0-521-73869-9

Paperback

£24.99

99

Marina MacKay

The Cambridge Companion to the Literature of World War II

978-0-521-88755-7

Hardback

£45.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-71541-6

Paperback

£17.99

A

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.................

100

Nicholas Cronk

The Cambridge Companion to Voltaire

978-0-521-84973-9

Hardback

£45.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-61495-5

Paperback

£17.99

A

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.................

A

101

Dennis Green

Women and Marriage in German Medieval Romance

978-0-521-51335-7

Hardback

£50.00

102

Peter Godman

Paradoxes of Conscience in the High Middle Ages

978-0-521-51911-3

Hardback

£50.00

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.................

103

John McCourt

James Joyce in Context

978-0-521-88662-8

Hardback

£60.00

A

104

Bernard O’Donoghue

The Cambridge Companion to Seamus Heaney

978-0-521-83882-5

Hardback

£45.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-54755-0

Paperback

£17.99

A

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.................

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Drama and Theatre 105

Andrew Gurr

Shakespeare’s Opposites

978-0-521-86903-4

Hardback

£50.00

106

Andrew Gurr

The Shakespearean Stage

978-0-521-50981-7

Hardback

£45.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-72966-6

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£17.99

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107

Peter Raby

The Cambridge Companion to Harold Pinter

978-0-521-88609-3

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£45.00

A

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978-0-521-71373-3

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£15.99

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108

Frederick Burwick

Romantic Drama

978-0-521-88967-4

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£50.00

A

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.................

109

Maik Hamburger

A History of German Theatre

978-0-521-83369-1

Hardback

£65.00

A

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.................

.................

.................

110

Gene A. Plunka

Holocaust Drama

978-0-521-49425-0

Hardback

£55.00

111

Ulrika Maude

Beckett, Technology and the Body

978-0-521-51537-5

Hardback

£45.00

A

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.................

112

Maria Shevtsova

Directors/Directing

978-0-521-88843-1

Hardback

£45.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-73166-9

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£15.99

A

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.................

113

Dennis Kennedy

The Spectator and the Spectacle

978-0-521-89976-5

Hardback

£50.00

A

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.................

114

Tracy C. Davis

The Cambridge Companion to Performance Studies

115

116

117

Eric Weitz

Thomas Postlewait

Heather S. Nathans

The Cambridge Introduction to Comedy

The Cambridge Introduction to Theatre Historiography

Slavery and Sentiment on the American Stage, 1787–1861

New Books January – June 2009 • Catalogue code: C118558

978-0-521-87401-4

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-69626-5

Paperback

£17.99

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-83260-1

Hardback

£45.00

X

.................

.................

978-0-521-54026-1

Paperback

£15.99

X

.................

.................

978-0-521-49570-7

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-49917-0

Paperback

£15.99

X

.................

.................

978-0-521-87011-5

Hardback

£50.00

A

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Cost

Language and Linguistics 118

Yvonne Li Walls

Using Chinese

978-0-521-78565-5

Paperback

£19.99

119

Gordon Taylor

A Student’s Writing Guide

978-0-521-72979-6

Paperback

£9.99

120

Andrew Radford

Linguistics

121

Noam Chomsky

Cartesian Linguistics

X

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.................

978-0-521-84948-7

Hardback

£65.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-61478-8

Paperback

£25.99

X

.................

.................

978-0-521-88176-0

Hardback

£45.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-70817-3

Paperback

£15.99

A

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.................

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122

Teun A. Van Dijk

Society and Discourse

978-0-521-51690-7

Hardback

£55.00

A

123

Bo Svensén

A Handbook of Lexicography

978-0-521-88180-7

Hardback

£70.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-70824-1

Paperback

£29.99

A

.................

.................

124

125

126

127

Donka Minkova

Charles Barber

Charles F. Meyer

Chris McCully

English Words

The English Language

Introducing English Linguistics

The Sound Structure of English

978-0-521-88258-3

Hardback

£55.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-70917-0

Paperback

£19.99

X

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.................

978-0-521-85404-7

Hardback

£45.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-67001-2

Paperback

£15.99

X

.................

.................

978-0-521-83350-9

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£55.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-54122-0

Paperback

£19.99

.................

.................

.................

.................

978-0-521-85036-0

Hardback

£45.00

A

978-0-521-61549-5

Paperback

£15.99

X

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£45.00

A

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128

Jeremy J. Smith

Old English

978-0-521-86677-4 978-0-521-68569-6

Paperback

£15.99

X

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.................

129

Lieselotte Anderwald

The Morphology of English Dialects

978-0-521-88497-6

Hardback

£60.00

A

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.................

130

Edith L. Bavin

The Cambridge Handbook of Child Language

978-0-521-88337-5

Hardback

£90.00

A

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.................

131

Eve V. Clark

First Language Acquisition

978-0-521-51413-2

Hardback

£70.00

A

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978-0-521-73293-2

Paperback

£31.99

X

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132

Terence Wade

Using Russian Vocabulary

978-0-521-61236-4

Paperback

£29.99

A

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.................

133

N. J. Enfield

The Anatomy of Meaning

978-0-521-88064-0

Hardback

£60.00

A

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134

Bernard Spolsky

Language Management

135

Penelope Gardner-Chloros

Code-switching

978-0-521-51609-9

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£60.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-73597-1

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£23.99

A

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978-0-521-86264-6

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£55.00

A

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978-0-521-68113-1

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£19.99

A

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A

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136

Michael Clyne

Language and Human Relations

978-0-521-87062-7

Hardback

£55.00

137

William A. Kretzschmar, Jr.

The Linguistics of Speech

978-0-521-88703-8

Hardback

£55.00

138

J. Clancy Clements

The Linguistic Legacy of Spanish and Portuguese

978-0-521-83175-8

Hardback

£45.00

A

978-0-521-53944-9

Paperback

£17.99

A

Hardback

£50.00

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139

James M. Wilce

Language and Emotion

978-0-521-86417-6 978-0-521-68282-4

Paperback

£18.99

140

Andrew Radford

An Introduction to English Sentence Structure

978-0-521-51693-8

Hardback

£55.00

978-0-521-73190-4

Paperback

£19.99

X

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.................

141

Norbert Hornstein

A Theory of Syntax

978-0-521-44970-0

Hardback

£60.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-72881-2

Paperback

£21.99

A

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142

Leonard H. Babby

The Syntax of Argument Structure

978-0-521-41797-6

Hardback

£60.00

A

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143

Andrew Radford

Analysing English Sentences

978-0-521-51697-6

Hardback

£65.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-73191-1

Paperback

£25.99

X

.................

.................

978-0-521-83796-5

Hardback

£50.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-73234-5

Paperback

£14.99

A

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A

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Philosophy 144

145

James Stacey Taylor

Robert B. Pippin

Personal Autonomy

Hegel’s Practical Philosophy

978-0-521-42957-3

Hardback

£50.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-72872-0

Paperback

£18.99

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146

Robert Piercey

The Uses of the Past from Heidegger to Rorty

978-0-521-51753-9

Hardback

£50.00

A

.................

.................

147

Robert B. Baker

The Cambridge World History of Medical Ethics

978-0-521-88879-0

Hardback

£115.00

A

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New Books January – June 2009 • Catalogue code: C118558


148

Jacqueline Broad

A History of Women’s Political Thought in Europe, 1400–1700

978-0-521-88817-2

Hardback

£55.00

A

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Cost

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149

Robert R. Clewis

The Kantian Sublime and the Revelation of Freedom

978-0-521-51668-6

Hardback

£50.00

A

.................

.................

150

Roger Woolhouse

Locke: A Biography

978-0-521-81786-8

Hardback

£25.00

T

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.................

978-0-521-74880-3

Paperback

£16.99

A

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151

C. Stephen Evans

Kierkegaard

978-0-521-87703-9

Hardback

£45.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-70041-2

Paperback

£15.99

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152

John Marenbon

The Cambridge Companion to Boethius

978-0-521-87266-9

Hardback

£50.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-69425-4

Paperback

£18.99

.................

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153

154

Jonathan Hodge

Frederick C. Beiser

The Cambridge Companion to Darwin

The Cambridge Companion to Hegel and NineteenthCentury Philosophy

978-0-521-88475-4

Hardback

£50.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-71184-5

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£18.99

.................

.................

978-0-521-83167-3

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£45.00

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978-0-521-53938-8

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£17.99

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155

Amélie Oksenberg Rorty

Kant’s ‘Idea for a Universal History with a Cosmopolitan Aim’

978-0-521-87463-2

Hardback

£50.00

156

C. L. Ten

Mill’s ‘On Liberty’

978-0-521-87356-7

Hardback

£50.00

157

David Sobel

Reasons for Action

978-0-521-87746-6

Hardback

£50.00

158

R. M. Sainsbury

Paradoxes

978-0-521-89632-0

Hardback

£45.00

978-0-521-72079-3

Paperback

£15.99

A

159

Gary Gutting

What Philosophers Know

978-0-521-85621-8

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-67222-1

Paperback

£17.99

A

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.................

160

161

Alan Paskow

John R. Searle

The Paradoxes of Art

Philosophy in a New Century

978-0-521-82833-8

Hardback

£54.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-73318-2

Paperback

£17.99

A

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978-0-521-51591-7

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£50.00

A

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978-0-521-73158-4

Paperback

£18.99

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A

162

Manfred D. Laubichler

Form and Function in Developmental Evolution

978-0-521-87268-3

Hardback

£50.00

163

Raphael Falk

Genetic Analysis

978-0-521-88418-1

Hardback

£50.00

164

Desmond M. Clarke

Berkeley: Philosophical Writings

978-0-521-88135-7

Hardback

£50.00

A

978-0-521-70762-6

Paperback

£17.99

X

Hardback

£50.00

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165

Alastair Hannay

Kierkegaard: Concluding Unscientific Postscript

978-0-521-88247-7 978-0-521-70910-1

Paperback

£22.99

166

Richard P. Hiskes

The Human Right to a Green Future

978-0-521-87395-6

Hardback

£45.00

978-0-521-69614-2

Paperback

£17.99

A

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.................

167

Hilde Lindemann

Naturalized Bioethics

978-0-521-89524-8

Hardback

£45.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-71940-7

Paperback

£15.99

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168

Derrick Darby

Rights, Race, and Recognition

978-0-521-51540-5

Hardback

£45.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-73319-9

Paperback

£17.99

A

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A

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Religion 169

Colleen Shantz

Paul in Ecstasy

978-0-521-86610-1

Hardback

£45.00

A

170

Ellen F. Davis

Scripture, Culture, and Agriculture

978-0-521-51834-5

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-73223-9

Paperback

£14.99

A

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.................

171

Bill T. Arnold

Genesis

978-0-521-80607-7

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-00067-3

Paperback

£15.99

A

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172

Anthony Kaldellis

The Christian Parthenon

978-0-521-88228-6

Hardback

£55.00

173

Mara H. Benjamin

Rosenzweig’s Bible

978-0-521-89526-2

Hardback

£45.00

174

Steven Nadler

The Cambridge History of Jewish Philosophy

978-0-521-84323-2

Hardback

£100.00

A

175

Adam Kamesar

The Cambridge Companion to Philo

978-0-521-86090-1

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-67802-5

Paperback

£16.99

A

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176

John Witte, Jr.

The Sins of the Fathers

New Books January – June 2009 • Catalogue code: C118558

978-0-521-83941-9

Hardback

£45.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-54824-3

Paperback

£15.99

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177

Michael L. Morgan

Discovering Levinas

178

James R. Lewis

Sacred Schisms

179

Thomas A. DuBois

An Introduction to Shamanism

180

Robert Miner

Thomas Aquinas on the Passions

181

Ian Ker

The Cambridge Companion to John Henry Newman

182

183

Russell Re Manning

Lawrence S. Cunningham

The Cambridge Companion to Paul Tillich

An Introduction to Catholicism

978-0-521-87259-1

Hardback

£58.00

978-0-521-75968-7

Paperback

£18.99

978-0-521-88147-0

Hardback

£50.00

978-0-521-87353-6

Hardback

£45.00

978-0-521-69536-7

Paperback

£17.99

978-0-521-89748-8

Hardback

£50.00

Quantity

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A

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978-0-521-87186-0

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£45.00

A

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978-0-521-69272-4

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£17.99

A

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978-0-521-85989-9

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£45.00

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978-0-521-67735-6

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£17.99

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978-0-521-84607-3

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978-0-521-60855-8

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£15.99

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Management 184

Jedrzej George Frynas

Beyond Corporate Social Responsibility

978-0-521-86844-0

Hardback

£45.00

.................

.................

185

Michael Yaziji

NGOs and Corporations

978-0-521-86684-2

Hardback

£60.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-68601-3

Paperback

£21.99

A

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.................

.................

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186

Amalya Lumerman Oliver

Networks for Learning and Knowledge Creation in Biotechnology

978-0-521-87248-5

Hardback

£55.00

A

187

Steven A. Y. Poelmans

Harmonizing Work, Family, and Personal Life

978-0-521-85869-4

Hardback

£28.00

A

188

Denis Fred Simon

China’s Emerging Technological Edge

978-0-521-88513-3

Hardback

£60.00

978-0-521-71233-0

Paperback

£21.99

189

Ravi Ramamurti

Emerging Multinationals in Emerging Markets

978-0-521-51386-9

Hardback

£55.00

A A

190

Elliot Bendoly

Excel Basics to Blackbelt

978-0-521-88905-6

Hardback

£25.00

191

Simon French

Decision Behaviour, Analysis and Support

978-0-521-88334-4

Hardback

£75.00

978-0-521-70978-1

Paperback

£34.99

192

Martin Kilduff

Interpersonal Networks in Organizations

978-0-521-86660-6

Hardback

£45.00

978-0-521-68558-0

Paperback

193

Eric Flamholtz

Leading Strategic Change

978-0-521-84947-0

Hardback

194

Manuel Becerra

Theory of the Firm for Strategic Management

978-0-521-86334-6

Hardback

978-0-521-68194-0

Paperback

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£16.99

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£25.00

P

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£65.00

A

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.................

£25.99

A

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Sociology 195

Adam Sutton

Crime Prevention

978-0-521-68425-5

Paperback

£24.99

A

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.................

196

Julie Ayling

Lengthening the Arm of the Law

978-0-521-49351-2

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-73259-8

Paperback

£16.99

A

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.................

197

Kate Nash

The Cultural Politics of Human Rights

978-0-521-85352-1

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-61867-0

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£17.99

A

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198

Mabel Berezin

Illiberal Politics in Neoliberal Times

978-0-521-83913-6

Hardback

£50.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-54784-0

Paperback

£18.99

A

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.................

199

Nicos P. Mouzelis

Modern and Postmodern Social Theorizing

978-0-521-51585-6

Hardback

£50.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-73153-9

Paperback

£18.99

A

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.................

200

201

202

203

Sarah Daynes

Ahmet T. Kuru

Tahir Abbas

Geoffrey Brahm Levey

Desire for Race

Secularism and State Policy toward Religion

British Islam

Secularism, Religion and Multicultural Citizenship

New Books January – June 2009 • Catalogue code: C118558

978-0-521-86210-3

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-68047-9

Paperback

£17.99

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-51780-5

Hardback

£40.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-74134-7

Paperback

£14.99

.................

.................

978-0-521-85449-8

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-67079-1

Paperback

£15.99

A

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.................

978-0-521-87360-4

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-69541-1

Paperback

£17.99

A

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Quantity

Cost

Anthropology 204

Boris Wiseman

The Cambridge Companion to Lévi-Strauss

978-0-521-84630-1

Hardback

£55.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-60867-1

Paperback

£18.99

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Archaeology 205

206

Tony Waldron

Robin Dennell

Palaeopathology

The Palaeolithic Settlement of Asia

978-0-521-86137-3

Hardback

£45.00

A

978-0-521-67855-1

Paperback

£16.99

A

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.................

978-0-521-84866-4

Hardback

£55.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-61310-1

Paperback

£29.99

A

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.................

Psychology 207

Alexandra Michel

Bullish on Uncertainty

978-0-521-86996-6

Hardback

£45.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-69019-5

Paperback

£15.99

A

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.................

208

Sheryl Olson

Regulatory Processes in the Development of Childhood Behavioral Problems

978-0-521-84813-8

Hardback

£55.00

A

.................

.................

209

Philippe Rochat

Others in Mind

978-0-521-50635-9

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-72965-9

Paperback

£15.99

A

210

James C. Kaufman

Intelligent Testing

978-0-521-86121-2

Hardback

£40.00

211

Richard E. Mayer

Multimedia Learning

212

Estrid Sørensen

The Materiality of Learning

213

Philip J. Corr

The Cambridge Handbook of Personality Psychology

214

James R. Flynn

What Is Intelligence?

.................

.................

.................

.................

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.................

978-0-521-51412-5

Hardback

£55.00

A

978-0-521-73535-3

Paperback

£18.99

A

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978-0-521-88208-8

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£50.00

A

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978-0-521-86218-9

Hardback

£90.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-68051-6

Paperback

£45.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-88007-7

Hardback

£15.99

.................

.................

978-0-521-74147-7

Expanded Paperback edition

£12.99

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215

Dorthe Berntsen

Involuntary Autobiographical Memories

978-0-521-86616-3

Hardback

£50.00

A

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.................

216

Sevda Bekman

Perspectives on Human Development, Family and Culture

978-0-521-87672-8

Hardback

£60.00

A

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.................

217

Philip Robbins

The Cambridge Handbook of Situated Cognition

218

Kanayo Umeh

Understanding Adolescent Health Behaviour

978-0-521-84832-9

Hardback

£70.00

C

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.................

978-0-521-61286-9

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£29.99

A

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978-0-521-87526-4

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£65.00

A

978-0-521-69802-3

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£25.99

A

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.................

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£47.00

A

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219

Erich Kirchler

The Economic Psychology of Tax Behaviour

978-0-521-87674-2 978-0-521-75747-8

Paperback

£19.99

A

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.................

220

David R. Olson

The Cambridge Handbook of Literacy

978-0-521-86220-2

Hardback

£80.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-68052-3

Paperback

£25.00

A

221

Fred H. Previc

The Dopaminergic Mind in Human History and Evolution

978-0-521-51699-0

Hardback

£55.00 A

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222

Stephen J. Guastello

Chaos and Complexity in Psychology

978-0-521-88726-7

Hardback

£70.00

223

Mikkel Borch-Jacobsen

Making Minds and Madness

978-0-521-88863-9

Hardback

£60.00

978-0-521-71688-8

Paperback

£23.99

224

Robin Goodwin

Changing Relations

978-0-521-84204-4

Hardback

£50.00

A

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.................

225

Ute Schönpflug

Cultural Transmission

978-0-521-88043-5

Hardback

£55.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-70657-5

Paperback

£19.99

A

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226

Evert Van de Vliert

Climate, Affluence, and Culture

978-0-521-51787-4

Hardback

£45.00

A

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Politics, social theory, history of ideas 227

James R. Flynn

Where Have All the Liberals Gone?

978-0-521-49431-1

Hardback

£19.99

228

Nathan J. Kelly

The Politics of Income Inequality in the United States

978-0-521-51458-3

Hardback

£40.00

.................

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229

Saul Brenner

Strategy on the United States Supreme Court

978-0-521-51672-3

Hardback

£40.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-73634-3

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£14.99

.................

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230

Jeffrey Stonecash

Reassessing the Incumbency Effect

978-0-521-51551-1

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-73322-9

Paperback

£15.99

A

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.................

231

Carol Gilligan

The Deepening Darkness

978-0-521-89898-0

Hardback

£17.99

A

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New Books January – June 2009 • Catalogue code: C118558


232

Gordon Silverstein

Law’s Allure

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Cost

.................

.................

978-0-521-89647-4

Hardback

£40.00

A

978-0-521-72108-0

Paperback

£15.99

A

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.................

Hardback

£40.00

A

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233

Paul A. Djupe

The Political Influence of Churches

978-0-521-87165-5 978-0-521-69219-9

Paperback

£15.99

A

234

Aili Mari Tripp

African Women’s Movements

978-0-521-87930-9

Hardback

£40.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-70490-8

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£14.99

A

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235

236

237

238

239

W. Neil Adger

Donna Lee Van Cott

John A. Booth

Sarah M. Brooks

Christopher J. Kam

Governing Sustainability

Radical Democracy in the Andes

The Legitimacy Puzzle in Latin America

Social Protection and the Market in Latin America

Party Discipline and Parliamentary Politics

978-0-521-51875-8

Hardback

£45.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-73243-7

Paperback

£17.99

A

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978-0-521-51558-0

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£45.00

A

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978-0-521-73417-2

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£15.99

A

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978-0-521-51589-4

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£40.00

A

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978-0-521-73420-2

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£15.99

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978-0-521-87767-1

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£45.00

A

978-0-521-70149-5

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£15.99

A

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978-0-521-51829-1

Hardback

£50.00

A

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240

M. Steven Fish

The Handbook of National Legislatures

978-0-521-51466-8

Hardback

£75.00

A

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.................

241

Johanna Kristin Birnir

Ethnicity and Electoral Politics

978-0-521-86135-9

Hardback

£50.00

A

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978-0-521-74365-5

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£15.99

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242

Allen Hicken

Building Party Systems in Developing Democracies

978-0-521-88534-8

Hardback

£45.00

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243

Mark Hallerberg

Fiscal Governance in Europe

978-0-521-85746-8

Hardback

£40.00

A

244

Andy Baker

The Market and the Masses in Latin America

978-0-521-89968-0

Hardback

£50.00

A

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245

Beatriz Magaloni

Voting for Autocracy

978-0-521-86247-9

Hardback

£54.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-73659-6

Paperback

£16.99

A

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.................

246

John M. Carey

Legislative Voting and Accountability

978-0-521-88493-8

Hardback

£45.00

A

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.................

978-0-521-71191-3

Paperback

£15.99

A

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.................

247

Mark Irving Lichbach

Comparative Politics

978-0-521-88515-7

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-71234-7

Paperback

£16.99

A

248

Kees van Kersbergen

Religion, Class Coalitions, and Welfare States

978-0-521-89791-4

Hardback

£40.00

978-0-521-72395-4

Paperback

£14.99

249

Peter Dahlgren

Media and Political Engagement

978-0-521-82101-8

Hardback

£40.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-52789-7

Paperback

£15.99

A

.................

.................

250

Jenna Bednar

The Robust Federation

.................

.................

.................

.................

.................

.................

978-0-521-87899-9

Hardback

£40.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-70396-3

Paperback

£15.99

A

.................

.................

251

Young Nam Cho

Local People’s Congresses in China

978-0-521-51562-7

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

252

Richard Gunther

The Politics of Spain

978-0-521-84333-1

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-60400-0

Paperback

£15.99

X

.................

.................

253

Jeffrey T. Checkel

European Identity

978-0-521-88301-6

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-70953-8

Paperback

£15.99

A

.................

.................

The Colonial American Origins of Modern Democratic Thought

978-0-521-51438-5

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-51325-8

Hardback

£50.00

A

.................

.................

254

Jason S. Maloy

255

Mary Pickering

Auguste Comte

256

J.G.A. Pocock

Political Thought and History

257

258

259

Colin Kidd

Michaelle L. Browers

Donald Winch

Union and Unionisms

Political Ideology in the Arab World

Wealth and Life

New Books January – June 2009 • Catalogue code: C118558

978-0-521-88657-4

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-71406-8

Paperback

£15.99

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-88057-2

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-70680-3

Paperback

£15.99

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-76532-9

Hardback

£45.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-74934-3

Paperback

£17.99

.................

.................

978-0-521-88753-3

Hardback

£50.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-71539-3

Paperback

£18.99

A

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.................

Subtotal

.................


260

Steven E. Lobell

Neoclassical Realism, the State, and Foreign Policy

Quantity

Cost

.................

.................

978-0-521-51705-8

Hardback

£45.00

A

978-0-521-73192-8

Paperback

£17.99

A

.................

.................

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

.................

.................

261

John Charvet

The Liberal Project and Human Rights

978-0-521-88314-6 978-0-521-70959-0

Paperback

£17.99

A

262

J. P. Singh

Negotiation and the Global Information Economy

978-0-521-51531-3

Hardback

£55.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-73108-9

Paperback

£19.99

A

.................

.................

263

264

265

Christine Jojarth

Small Arms Survey, Geneva

Kate O’Neill

Crime, War and Global Trafficking

Small Arms Survey 2008

The Environment and International Relations

978-0-521-88611-6

Hardback

£50.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-71376-4

Paperback

£18.99

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-88040-4

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-70655-1

Paperback

£17.99

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-84216-7

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-60312-6

Paperback

£15.99

X

.................

.................

.................

.................

266

William Hurst

The Chinese Worker after Socialism

978-0-521-89887-4

Hardback

£55.00

A

267

Richard F. Doner

The Politics of Uneven Development

978-0-521-51612-9

Hardback

£40.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-73611-4

Paperback

£15.99

A

.................

.................

268

Christina J. Schneider

Conflict, Negotiation and European Union Enlargement

978-0-521-51481-1

Hardback

£50.00

A

.................

.................

269

Aurelian Craiutu

Tocqueville on America after 1840

978-0-521-85955-4

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-67683-0

Paperback

£19.99

A

270

Matthew Price

Wielding Asylum

978-0-521-88116-6

Hardback

£45.00

978-0-521-70747-3

Paperback

£17.99

271

Avery Kolers

Land, Conflict, and Justice

978-0-521-51677-8

Hardback

£50.00

A

272

John P. McCormick

Weber, Habermas and Transformations of the European State

A

.................

.................

.................

.................

.................

.................

.................

.................

.................

.................

978-0-521-81140-8

Hardback

£53.00

978-0-521-74363-1

Paperback

£15.99

.................

.................

Hardback

£45.00

.................

.................

273

Percy B. Lehning

John Rawls

978-0-521-89903-1 978-0-521-72769-3

Paperback

£15.99

274

Sonu Bedi

Rejecting Rights

978-0-521-51828-4

Hardback

£45.00

978-0-521-73215-4

Paperback

£15.99

A

.................

.................

275

Pierre Rosanvallon

Counter-Democracy

978-0-521-88622-2

Hardback

£40.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-71383-2

Paperback

£14.99

A

.................

.................

276

Paul M. Kellstedt

The Fundamentals of Political Science Research

978-0-521-87517-2

Hardback

£55.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-69788-0

Paperback

£36.00

X

.................

.................

277

Gregory Moore

Fichte: Addresses to the German Nation

978-0-521-44404-0

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-44873-4

Paperback

£15.99

A

.................

.................

.................

.................

A

.................

.................

.................

.................

Economics, business studies 278

Justin Yifu Lin

Economic Development and Transition

978-0-521-51452-1

Hardback

£38.00

978-0-521-73551-3

Paperback

£13.50

.................

.................

Hardback

£80.00

.................

.................

279

Ronald E. Miller

Input-Output Analysis

978-0-521-51713-3 978-0-521-73902-3

Paperback

£40.00

280

Michelle C. Baddeley

Running Regressions

978-0-521-84211-2

Hardback

£60.00

978-0-521-60308-9

Paperback

£23.99

A

.................

.................

281

Heiko Spitzeck

Humanism in Business

978-0-521-89893-5

Hardback

£60.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-72762-4

Paperback

£23.99

A

.................

.................

282

Rabi S. Bhagat

Cambridge Handbook of Culture, Organizations, and Work

978-0-521-87742-8

Hardback

£75.00

.................

.................

283

Dean Tjosvold

Power and Interdependence in Organizations

978-0-521-87859-3

Hardback

£60.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-70328-4

Paperback

£21.99

A

.................

.................

284

Uskali Maki

The Methodology of Positive Economics

978-0-521-86701-6

Hardback

£65.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-68686-0

Paperback

£25.99

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-87321-5

Hardback

£55.00

A

.................

.................

Subtotal

.................

285

Roberto Scazzieri

Markets, Money and Capital

New Books January – June 2009 • Catalogue code: C118558

X

.................

.................

.................

.................


286

Hirofumi Uzawa

Economic Theory and Global Warming

287

David B. Audretsch

Entrepreneurship, Growth, and Public Policy

288

Ein-Ya Gura

Insights into Game Theory

Quantity

Cost

.................

.................

978-0-521-82386-9

Hardback

£48.00

A

978-0-521-06659-4

Paperback

£16.99

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-89492-0

Hardback

£40.00

A

.................

.................

.................

.................

978-0-521-87422-9

Hardback

£40.00

A

978-0-521-69692-0

Paperback

£14.99

A

.................

.................

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

289

Richard Bronk

The Romantic Economist

978-0-521-51384-5 978-0-521-73515-5

Paperback

£17.99

A

.................

.................

290

Paul Rivlin

Arab Economies in the Twenty-First Century

978-0-521-89500-2

Hardback

£40.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-71923-0

Paperback

£14.99

A

.................

.................

291

Hirofumi Uzawa

Economic Analysis of Social Common Capital

978-0-521-84788-9

Hardback

£48.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-06649-5

Paperback

£16.99

A

.................

.................

292

Burton A. Weisbrod

Mission and Money

978-0-521-51510-8

Hardback

£20.00

A

.................

.................

293

Reuven Brenner

A World of Chance

.................

.................

294

David A. Phillips

Reforming the World Bank

978-0-521-88466-2

Hardback

£45.00

A

978-0-521-71157-9

Paperback

£16.99

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-88305-4

Hardback

£30.00

A

.................

.................

295

Bert Balk

Price and Quantity Index Numbers

978-0-521-88907-0

Hardback

£48.00

A

.................

.................

296

Filippo Cesarano

Monetary Theory and Bretton Woods

978-0-521-86759-7

Hardback

£54.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-73909-2

Paperback

£16.99

A

.................

.................

297

Steven R. Rosefielde

Russia Since 1980

978-0-521-84913-5

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-61384-2

Paperback

£14.99

A

.................

.................

298

Mike Hulme

Why We Disagree About Climate Change

978-0-521-89869-0

Hardback

£45.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-72732-7

Paperback

£15.99

.................

.................

978-0-521-89695-5

Hardback

£55.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-72168-4

Paperback

£19.99

X

.................

.................

299

300

301

Chris Brooks

Bill Dalton

Jamil Baz

RATS Handbook to Accompany Introductory Econometrics for Finance

Financial Products

Financial Derivatives

978-0-521-86358-2

Hardback

£60.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-68222-0

Paperback

£23.99

X

.................

.................

978-0-521-81510-9

Hardback

£40.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-06679-2

Paperback

£16.99

A

.................

.................

A

302

Ulrich Bindseil

Risk Management for Central Banks and Other Public Investors

978-0-521-51856-7

Hardback

£75.00

303

Frank de Jong

The Microstructure of Financial Markets

978-0-521-86784-9

Hardback

£45.00

978-0-521-68727-0

Paperback

£19.99

304

Mahmoud A. El-Gamal

Islamic Finance

978-0-521-86414-5

Hardback

£40.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-74126-2

Paperback

£16.99

A

.................

.................

305

Eric Brousseau

Internet and Digital Economics

.................

.................

.................

.................

.................

.................

978-0-521-85591-4

Hardback

£116.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-67184-2

Paperback

£35.00

A

.................

.................

306

Jeroen Hinloopen

Experiments and Competition Policy

978-0-521-49342-0

Hardback

£55.00

A

.................

.................

307

Jakob de Haan

European Financial Markets and Institutions

978-0-521-88299-6

Hardback

£65.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-70952-1

Paperback

£27.99

X

.................

.................

308

Steven Brakman

The New Introduction to Geographical Economics

978-0-521-87532-5

Hardback

£75.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-69803-0

Paperback

£35.00

X

.................

.................

309

Jeremy Atack

The Origin and Development of Financial Markets and Institutions

978-0-521-89517-0

Hardback

£60.00

A

.................

.................

Public Economics and the Household

978-0-521-88787-8

Hardback

£65.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-71628-4

Paperback

£25.99

A

.................

.................

310

Patricia Apps

Law 311

Danny Busch

The Unauthorised Agent

978-0-521-86388-9

Hardback

£65.00

A

.................

.................

312

Mark Kende

Constitutional Rights in Two Worlds

978-0-521-87904-0

Hardback

£35.00

A

.................

.................

313

Nick Huls

The Legitimacy of Highest Courts’ Rulings

978-90-6704-289-5

Hardback

£70.00

A

.................

.................

Subtotal

.................

New Books January – June 2009 • Catalogue code: C118558


314

Ethan B. Kapstein

The Fate of Young Democracies

Quantity

Cost

.................

.................

978-0-521-49423-6

Hardback

£55.00

A

978-0-521-73262-8

Paperback

£16.99

A

.................

.................

Hardback

£65.00

A

.................

.................

A

.................

.................

315

Nicholas Aroney

The Constitution of a Federal Commonwealth

978-0-521-88864-6 978-0-521-71689-5

Paperback

£27.99

316

Vanessa Finch

Corporate Insolvency Law

978-0-521-87810-4

Hardback

£110.00

.................

.................

978-0-521-70182-2

Paperback

£45.00

.................

.................

317

Joseph A. McCahery

Private Company Law Reform

978-90-6704-251-2

Hardback

£48.00

A

.................

.................

318

Jean-Pierre Casey

The MiFID Revolution

978-0-521-51863-5

Hardback

£75.00

P

.................

.................

319

Michel Tison

Perspectives in Company Law and Financial Regulation

978-0-521-51570-2

Hardback

£110.00

.................

.................

320

Thomas Bachner

Creditor Protection in Private Companies

978-0-521-89538-5

Hardback

£65.00

.................

.................

321

Dirk Van Gerven

Common Legal Framework for Takeover Bids in Europe

978-0-521-51666-2

Hardback

£85.00

P

.................

.................

322

Peter A. Holgate

Accounting Principles for Non-Executive Directors

978-0-521-50978-7

Hardback

£85.00

P

.................

.................

.................

.................

323

Robert Meakin

The Law of Charitable Status

978-0-521-51603-7

Hardback

£70.00

P

324

Ellen L. Lutz

Prosecuting Heads of State

978-0-521-49109-9

Hardback

£55.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-75670-9

Paperback

£16.99

A

.................

.................

325

John Hagan

Darfur and the Crime of Genocide

978-0-521-51567-2

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-73135-5

Paperback

£15.99

A

.................

.................

326

Steven Blockmans

The European Union and Crisis Management

978-90-6704-286-4

Hardback

£70.00

A

.................

.................

327

Tamara Relis

Perceptions in Litigation and Mediation

978-0-521-51731-7

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

.................

.................

328

Julia Hornle

Cross-border Internet Dispute Resolution

978-0-521-89620-7

Hardback

£60.00

A

329

Jonas Ebbesson

Environmental Law and Justice in Context

978-0-521-87968-2

Hardback

£75.00

A

.................

.................

330

Tim Stephens

International Courts and Environmental Protection

978-0-521-88122-7

Hardback

£60.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-88150-0

Hardback

£110.00

A

.................

.................

.................

.................

331

Sue Arrowsmith

Social and Environmental Policies in EC Procurement Law

332

Tamara Peri in

Free Movement of Goods and Limits of Regulatory Autonomy in the EU and WTO

978-90-6704-290-1

Hardback

£50.00

A

333

Flora Goudappel

The Effects of EU Citizenship

978-90-6704-278-9

Hardback

£48.00

A

.................

.................

334

Wolf Sauter

State and Market in European Union Law

978-0-521-85775-8

Hardback

£60.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-67447-8

Paperback

£23.99

A

.................

.................

335

Hugh Collins

The European Civil Code

978-0-521-88580-5

Hardback

£55.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-71337-5

Paperback

£19.99

A

.................

.................

336

John Cartwright

Precontractual Liability in European Private Law

978-0-521-51601-3

Hardback

£85.00

A

.................

.................

337

William A. Schabas

Genocide in International Law

.................

.................

978-0-521-88397-9

Hardback

£130.00

A

978-0-521-71900-1

Paperback

£55.00

A

.................

.................

Hardback

£90.00

A

.................

.................

338

Malcolm Langford

Social Rights Jurisprudence

978-0-521-86094-9 978-0-521-67805-6

Paperback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

339

Thomas Brudholm

The Religious in Responses to Mass Atrocity

978-0-521-51885-7

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

340

Nadera Shalhoub-Kevorkian

Militarization and Violence against Women in Conflict Zones in the Middle East 978-0-521-88222-4

Hardback

£60.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-70879-1

Paperback

£21.99

A

.................

.................

341

François du Bois

Justice and Reconciliation in Post-Apartheid South Africa

978-0-521-88205-7

Hardback

£55.00

A

.................

.................

342

T. McCormack

Yearbook of International Humanitarian Law

978-90-6704-269-7

Hardback

£120.00

A

.................

.................

343

Yoram Dinstein

The International Law of Belligerent Occupation

.................

.................

344

Geertrui Van Overwalle

Gene Patents and Collaborative Licensing Models

345

Juan A. Marchetti

Opening Markets for Trade in Services

978-0-521-89637-5

Hardback

£60.00

A

978-0-521-72094-6

Paperback

£23.99

A

978-0-521-89673-3

Hardback

£65.00

.................

.................

.................

.................

978-0-521-51604-4

Hardback

£80.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-73591-9

Paperback

£40.00

A

.................

.................

346

Simon Lester

Bilateral and Regional Trade Agreements

978-0-521-49430-4

2 Volume Set £145.00

A

.................

.................

347

Simon Lester

Bilateral and Regional Trade Agreements

978-0-521-87828-9

Hardback

A

.................

.................

£75.00

348

Douglas A. Irwin

The Genesis of the GATT

978-0-521-51561-0

Hardback

£45.00

A

.................

.................

349

Richard Baldwin

Multilateralizing Regionalism

978-0-521-50601-4

Hardback

£65.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-73810-1

Paperback

£29.99

A

.................

.................

Subtotal

.................

New Books January – June 2009 • Catalogue code: C118558


350

351

Antoni Estevadeordal

WTO Secretariat

Regional Rules in the Global Trading System

A Handbook on Reading WTO Goods and Services Schedules

352

Déirdre Dwyer

The Judicial Assessment of Expert Evidence

353

William Twining

General Jurisprudence

354

I. F. Dekker

Netherlands Yearbook of International Law

Quantity

Cost

978-0-521-76084-3

Hardback

£60.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-75934-2

Paperback

£23.99

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-88059-6

Hardback

£55.00

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-70682-7

Paperback

£19.99

A

.................

.................

978-0-521-50970-1

Hardback

£65.00

A

.................

.................

.................

.................

978-0-521-50593-2

Hardback

£75.00

A

978-0-521-73809-5

Paperback

£35.00

X

.................

.................

978-90-6704-268-0

Hardback

£85.00

A

.................

.................

355

Mark D. White

Theoretical Foundations of Law and Economics

978-0-521-88955-1

Hardback

£55.00

A

.................

.................

356

Alasdair Maclean

Autonomy, Informed Consent and Medical Law

978-0-521-89693-1

Hardback

£55.00

A

.................

.................

.................

.................

A

.................

.................

.................

.................

357

Zachary Douglas

The International Law of Investment Claims

978-0-521-85567-9

Hardback

£75.00

358

Jan Klabbers

Treaty Conflict and the European Union

978-0-521-45546-6

Hardback

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