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Trade terms apply to the following trade titles Café Life Sydney
Power and Terror
A Guide to the Neighborhood Cafés of Australia’s Harbor City
Conflict, Hegemony, and the Rule of Force
Globe-trotting and café-going writer and photographer Tamara Thiessen has spent the past decade as a freelance foreign correspondent, travel, and cultural writer. Backed by a Masters in international studies and several languages, she has written for a wide range of newspapers and magazines; she is also the author of the Bradt Travel Guidebook to Borneo (2009) and has worked as a writer and photographer on the Eyewitness Guides to France, Italy, and Australia and to Thames, and Hudson’s StyleCity Europe. When she thinks of home, she looks immediately to her suitcase and to the horizon of her next travels.
Noam Chomsky is a world renowned linguist and one of America’s foremost social critics. He is Institute Professor in the Department of Linguistics and Philosophy at M.I.T. He is the author of numerous books, including Pirates and Emperors Old and New, Fateful Triangle, The New Military Humanism: Lessons from Kosovo and Rogue States: The Rule of Force in World Affairs.
Superbly photographed, this book showcases unique and tasteful cafés in and around Sydney. In five decades, Australia has gone from a nation of tea drinkers to one of feisty, true-to-Italian-migrant espresso drinking. Café culture is engrained in a unique way into Sydney’s phenomenal harbour topography and colorful neighborhood character. From bayside to beachside, bohemian inner-city areas to the upbeat downtown, university zones and upper-class residential areas, each Sydney suburb has its own distinct flavor and café to match. Café Life Sydney explores how espresso culture has percolated up from its Italian roots to be an essential part of Australian lifestyle. $19.95 Pb, ISBN 9781420256673, NZRP$24.00 Australian Author Publish April 2011, 168 pages Palgrave Macmillan Café Guide Quantity
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The ten years of US foreign policy since 9/11 have been characterised by war, torture and rendition. In Power and Terror, Noam Chomsky places these developments in the context of America’s long history of aggression and imperialism. Arguing that the US is responsible for much of the terror that it claims to be fighting, Chomsky elegantly explains US actions abroad and their deadly consequences. Including talks, question and answer sessions and unpublished essays, this collection offers the perfect introduction to Chomsky for those unfamiliar with his work, as well as a handy reference guide for seasoned activists. As Obama continues, and in some ways escalates, Bush’s militarism, Power and Terror is a timely reminder of why it is so important to insist that the United States lives up to the moral standards it demands of others. $24.95 Pb, ISBN 9780745331379, NZRP$29.95 Publish April 2011, 208 pages Pluto Quantity Current Affairs
The Sweetest Thing
Activist, philosopher, teacher, and leading voice of uncompromising dissent, Derrick Jensen holds degrees in creative writing and mineral engineering physics. His books include What We Leave Behind, Endgame volumes 1 and 2; As the World Burns with Stephanie McMillan; A Language Older Than Words; and The Culture of Make Believe.
A Boxer's Memoir
Jensen’s furthest-reaching book yet, Dreams challenges the “destructive nihilism” of writers like Richard Dawkins and Sam Harris who believe that there is no reality outside what can be measured using the tools of science. He introduces the mythologies of ancient cultures and modern indigenous peoples as evidence of alternative ways of understanding reality, informed by thinkers such as American Indian writer Jack Forbes, theologian and American Indian rights activist Vine Deloria, Shaman Martin Prechtel, Dakota activist and scholar Waziyatawin, and Okanagan Indian writer Jeannette Armstrong. As in his other books, Jensen draws heavily from his own life experience living alongside the frogs, redwoods, snails, birds and bears of the upper northwest, about which he writes with exquisite tenderness. Having taken on the daunting task of understanding one’s dreams as a source of knowledge, Jensen achieves the near-impossible in this breathtakingly brave and ambitious new work. $39.95 Pb, ISBN 9781583229309, NZRP$49.95 Publish April 2011, 672 pages Quantity Seven Stories Press Popular Science & Environment 9 781583 229309
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Mischa Merz is a journalist and author of fiction and creative non-fiction. She began training as an amateur boxer in 1995 and is the 2001 Australian Amateur Boxing League women’s welterweight champion. Her book Bruising, about her experiences as a boxer, was published to critical acclaim by Picador in 2000 and was shortlisted for the Dobbie Award. Journalist and amateur boxer Mischa Merz fulfills a long-held ambition to travel across the United States and compete in a series of amateur boxing tournaments. On this wild and fascinating journey she meets her idols, including Lucia Rijker of Million Dollar Baby fame, and some other truly extraordinary characters. Merz discovers the horrors and delights of the world of women’s boxing and gains insights into this eccentric subculture’s place in American life. She also meets some of the pioneers and trailblazers of the contemporary rise in women’s boxing as well as some of the younger stars now hoping to make it onto the first women’s boxing team in the 2012 Olympic Games. Mischa Merz takes us right into the ring and reports, with a rare insider’s view, on a sport that has for centuries defined our ideas about masculinity. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9781583229286, NZRP$43.00 Publish April 2011, 304 pages Seven Stories Press Memoir Quantity
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Feature Titles 50 Campaigns to Shout About
Empires at War
How to Outfit Your Inner Activist
A Short History of Modern Asia Since World War II
Ellie Levenson, Goldsmiths College.
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The always provocative Ellie Levenson is here to rile us up. From making prescription drugs affordable to lobbying for better banking to teaching everyone to cook (but, please, lay off the organic, wholemeal pap), she explains the case for getting involved now. She shares advice on involving politicians and other leaders, getting media interest, and planning events, and shares insights from top campaigners, including Amnesty International, Guerrilla Gardening, and Oxfam, on how to make the leap from issue to action. Packed with rousing facts and practical tips, 50 Campaigns is an essential resource for firsttime and long-time activists alike. $19.95 Pb, ISBN 9781851687718, NZRP$24.95 Publish April 2011, 192 pages Oneworld Publications Quantity Political Activism
Francis Pike is a historian and journalist.
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Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions
The Struggle for Palestinian Civil Rights
A Portrait of a Country
Omar Barghouti is an independent Palestinian commentator and human rights activist.
Henry James (1843-1916) was an iconic figure of 19th century literature.
From “Operation Cast Lead” to the recent assault on the Gaza Freedom Flotilla, both the severity and the notoriety of Israel’s many human rights abuses have begun to seep into the public consciousness and convince growing numbers of the apartheid nature of the Jewish State. Boycott, divestment, and sanctions (BDS) efforts helped topple South Africa’s brutal apartheid regime. In this timely collection, Palestinian writer Omar Barghouti makes the case for a renewed campaign to force the state of Israel to uphold international law and universal human rights for the Palestinian people via a global academic, cultural, and economic BDS movement. $24.95 Pb, ISBN 9781608461141, NZRP$29.00 Publish April 2011, 220 pages Haymarket Books Quantity Current Affairs
Henry James left America for England in 1876 and remained in his adopted country for the next three decades. Arriving in Liverpool, he made his way first to London, the ‘dreadful, delightful city’, which he would come to both love and hate. He later set out to explore the English countryside: Chester, Warwick, Devon, Wells, Salisbury, Suffolk and Rye, where he eventually settled, bought Lamb House and wrote prolifically. First published in 1905, English Hours is one of Henry James’ most loved works of travel and a now-classic portrait of England by one of the great masters of 19th century literature. $24.95 Pb, ISBN 9781848854857, NZRP$34.00 Publish April 2011, 224 pages Tauris Parke Paperbacks Quantity Travel
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The Great War
A Special Agent’s Lifelong Hunt to Bring a Cold War Assassin to Justice
And the Making of the Modern World Jeremy Black, University of Exeter, UK, and the Foreign Policy Research Institute, USA.
Fred Burton is one of the world’s foremost experts on security, terrorists, and terrorist organizations, and John Bruning is a military historian.
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Empires at War gives a dramatic narrative account of how ‘Modern Asia’ came into being. Ranging over the whole of Asia, from Japan to Pakistan, the modern history of this important region is placed in the context of the struggle between America and the Soviet Union. Francis Pike shows that America’s domination of post-war Asia was a continuation of a 100-year competition for power in the region. He also argues cogently that Asian nations were not simply the passive and biddable pawns of the superpowers, but had a political development which was both separate and unique, with a dynamic that was largely independent of the superpower conflict. $44.95 Pb, ISBN 9781848858657, NZRP$53.00 Publish April 2011, 896 pages Quantity I.B.Tauris Publishers History
In July 1973, a gunman stepped from behind a tree and fired five shots, point blank, into Colonel Joe Alon, a kind, unassuming Israeli Air Force pilot. The assassin was never found and the case was closed. As a State Department counterterrorism special agent, Fred Burton reopened the case and pursued the killer. Chasing Shadows spins a gripping tale of agents, double agents, terrorists, and heroes as Burton chases leads around the globe in an effort to solve this decades-old murder. $39.95 Hb, ISBN 9780230620551, NZRP$47.00 Publish April 2011, 272 pages Palgrave Macmillan Quantity History
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In revisiting the events of 1914-1918 a century on, Jeremy Black considers how we now look at the impact of the conflict across the globe and how it came to be the First World War in our consciousness. The suffering and loss of the war provides much of its resonance and significance, but this book seeks to throw light beyond this, not least in asking how it ended in victory and defeat. Casting aside the conventional narrative, Jeremy Black investigates not only the key events of the war, but its consequences in restructuring the old order. $44.95 Hb, ISBN 9780826440938, NZRP$54.00 Publish April 2011, 312 pages Continuum Quantity History
A Cross Too Heavy
The Indispensable Zinn
Eugenio Pacelli, Politics and the Jews of Europe, 1917 - 1943
The Essential Writings of the "People's Historian"
Paul O’Shea, St. Patrick’s College, Australia.
Timothy Patrick McCarthy, Harvard University. Introduction by Alice Walker and Afterword by Noam Chomsky.
The papacy of Pius XII (1939-1958) has been a source of near-constant criticism and debate since his death half a century ago, and central to this is the dispute surrounding his alleged silence during the years of the Holocaust. Drawing carefully and comprehensively on the historical record, Paul O’Shea convincingly demonstrates that Pius was neither an anti-Semitic villain nor a “lamb without stain.” Ultimately, Pius’s unfortunate categorization of the Jews as “lesser victims” points to the moral crisis within many parts of the fractured Christian Commonwealth as well as the personal culpability of Pacelli, the man and pope. $49.95 Pb, ISBN 9780230110809, NZRP$63.00 Publish April 2011, 304 pages Quantity Palgrave Macmillan History
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When the historian Howard Zinn died in early 2010, millions mourned the loss of one of our foremost intellectual and political guides. Designed to highlight Zinn’s most important writings, The Indispensable Zinn includes excerpts from Zinn’s bestselling A People’s History of the United States; his memoir, You Can’t Be Neutral on a Moving Train; and the full text of his celebrated play Marx in Soho. Timothy McCarthy provides essential historical and biographical context for each selection. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9781595586223, NZRP$36.00 Publish April 2011, 432 pages The New Press Quantity Anthology
Feature Titles Second Nature
Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa was Duke of Palma and Prince of Lampedusa.
The Inner Lives of Animals
The Leopard, published posthumously in 1958, was one of the most important works of fiction to appear in the Italian language in the twentieth century. Between 1925 and 1930, its author, Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa, wrote a number of letters to his cousins Casimiro and Lucio Piccolo in which he describes his travels around Europe (London, Paris, Zurich, Berlin). The letters, here published in English for the first time, display much of Lampedusa’s distinctive style present in his later work: not only the razor-sharp introspection, but also a wicked sense of humour, playful in its description of the comédie humaine. $24.95 Pb, ISBN 9781846881374, NZRP$29.95 Publish April 2011, 288 pages Alma Books Memoir Quantity
Jonathan Balcombe, formerly the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine. Jonathan Balcombe, animal behaviorist and author of the critically acclaimed Pleasurable Kingdom, draws on the latest research, observational studies and personal anecdotes to reveal the full gamut of animal experience-from emotions, to problem solving, to moral judgment. Balcombe challenges the widely held idea that nature is red in tooth and claw, highlighting animal traits we have disregarded until now: their nuanced understanding of social dynamics, their consideration for others, and their strong tendency to avoid violent conflict. $24.95 Pb, ISBN 9780230107816, NZRP$29.95 Publish April 2011, 256 pages Palgrave Macmillan Science & Environment
Living in the End Times
A Swamp Full of Dollars
Slavoj Zizek, University of London.
Pipelines and Paramilitaries at Nigeria’s Oil Frontier
In a major new analysis of our global situation, Slavok Zizek argues that our collective responses to economic Armageddon correspond to the stages of grief: ideological denial, explosions of anger and attempts at bargaining, followed by depression and withdrawal. After passing through this zero-point, we can begin to perceive the crisis as a chance for a new beginning. Or, as Mao Zedong put it, “There is great disorder under heaven, the situation is excellent.” Slavoj Zizek shows the cultural and political forms of these stages of ideological avoidance and political protest, from New Age obscurantism to violent religious fundamentalism. $24.95 Pb, ISBN 9781844677023, NZRP$29.95 Publish April 2011, 352 pages Verso Philosophy Quantity
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Michael Peel, legal correspondent, Financial Times.
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Nigeria is a country where petroleum prices and polio are both booming, where small villages challenge giant oil companies, and scooter drivers run their own mini-state. The oil-rich Delta region at the heart of it all is, as Peel shows us, a troublespot as hot as the local pepper soup. Through a host of characters, from the prostitutes of Port Harcourt to the Area Boys of Lagos, from the militants in their swamp forest hideouts to the oil company executives in London, Peel tells the story of this extraordinary country, which grows ever more wild and lawless by the day as its crude oil pumps through our cities. $24.95 Pb, ISBN 9781848858404, NZRP$29.95 Publish April 2011, 256 pages I.B.Tauris Publishers Quantity Current Affairs
The Universal Journalist
A Beginner’s Guide
Kevin Bales, Free the Slaves; Zoe Trodd and Alex Kent Williamson, both Harvard University.
David Randall is a British journalist and newspaper consultant.
Written by the world’s leading experts and campaigners, Modern Slavery: A Beginner’s Guide blends original research with shocking first-hand accounts from slaves themselves around the world to reveal the truth behind one of the worst humanitarian crises facing us today. Only a handful of slaves are reached and freed each year, but the authors offer hope for the future with a global blueprint that proposes to end slavery in our lifetime. All royalties will go to Free the Slaves. $24.95 Pb, ISBN 9781851688159, NZRP$29.95 Publish April 2011, 240 pages Oneworld Publications Current Affairs
This is a new edition of the world’s leading handbook on journalism. Translated into more than a dozen languages, David Randall’s handbook is an invaluable guide to the ‘universals’ of good journalistic practice for professional and trainee journalists worldwide. David Randall emphasises that good journalism isn’t just about universal objectives: it must also involve the acquisition of a range of skills that will empower journalists to operate in an industry where ownership, technology and information are constantly changing. $34.95 Pb, ISBN 9780745330761, NZRP$49.95 Publish April 2011, 272 pages Pluto Journalism
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One Nation Under Sex
A History of Scandal, Presidential Politics, and the Making of American Morality
Productivity and Happiness at Work Professor Ivan Robertson, University of Manchester, and Cary Cooper, Lancaster University, UK.
Larry Flynt is the publisher of Hustler magazine, and David Eisenbach, Columbia University.
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The sex lives of America’s most powerful leaders have been so whitewashed by historians that people think George Washington and Abe Lincoln were made of marble, not flesh and blood. Here, notorious Hustler publisher Larry Flynt and historian David Eisenbach reflect on the sexual mores of eras past and present, and the evolving role of the press as truth seekers and opinion makers, and discuss how America can reform its politics and begin addressing the real problems that threaten our nation. $34.95 Hb, ISBN 9780230105034, NZRP$45.00 Publish April 2011, 288 pages Palgrave Macmillan Quantity History
High levels of well-being amongst is good for the employee and the organization. It means lower sickness-absence levels, better retention and more more satisfied customers. People with higher levels of well-being live longer, have happier lives and are easier to work with. This books shows how to improve well-being in your organization. $59.95 Hb, ISBN 9780230249950, NZRP$69.95 Publish April 2011, 256 pages Palgrave Macmillan Work & Lifestyle
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Letters From London and Europe
History & Philosophy The Concept of Time
Jacques Rancière taught at the University of Paris VIII, France; translated by Emiliano Battista, Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium.
The First Draft of Being and Time Martin Heidegger (1889-1976) is regarded as one of the 20th century’s most important philosophers; translated by Ingo Farin, University of Tasmania.
Althusser’s Lesson represents the foundations of Jacques Rancière’s theoretical project. It marks the moment at which he emerges from the tutelage of his mentor, Louis Althusser, and begins to outline the themes he will go on to develop in his later writings. Here Rancière is already working out a non-economic and non-Marxist understanding of politics. $36.00 Hb, ISBN 9781441108050, NZRP$44.95 Publish April 2011, 160 pages Continuum History & Philosophy
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Paul R. Goldin, University of Pennsylvania.
In Anti-Capitalism, activist and scholar Ezequiel Adamovsky gives the lie to the assertion that capitalism is the best system we have, telling the story of the long-standing effort to build a better world, one without an abusive system at its heart. Backed up by arresting, lucid images from the radical artist group United Illustrators, Adamovsky details the struggle against rising corporate power. From Marx through the Battle of Seattle and beyond, Adamovsky traces the beliefs and politics of the major figures in the anticapitalist tradition and explores modern experiments in building different ways of living. $19.95 Pb, ISBN 9781609800871, NZRP$28.00 Publish April 2011, 192 pages Seven Stories Press History & Philosophy Quantity
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Confucianism presents the history and salient tenets of Confucian thought, and discusses its viability, from both a social and a philosophical point of view, in the modern world. Despite most of the major Confucian texts having been translated into English, there remains a surprising lack of straightforward textbooks on Confucian philosophy in any Western language. This book seeks to rectify this situation. It guides readers through the philosophies of the three major classical Confucians: Confucius (551-479 BC), Mencius (372-289 BC?), and Xunzi (fl. 3rd cent. BC), and concludes with an overview of later Confucian revivals and the standing of Confucianism today. $34.95 Pb, ISBN 9781844651788, NZRP$45.00 Publish April 2011, 224 pages Acumen Publishing History & Philosophy Quantity
The Battle of the Styles
George Gilbert Scott and the FCO
A Guide for the Perplexed
Bernard Porter, University of Newcastle, UK.
Tim Mawson, University of Oxford.
The present-day Foreign Office in Whitehall is an imposing building whose genesis is bizarre. In 1857 a competition was held to pick an architect, which provoked a huge row between the rival ‘Classical’ and ‘Gothic’ schools, which a ‘Goth’ (George Gilbert Scott) won - but was then forced to re-design in Classical. The circumstances surrounding this fiasco furnish the starting-point for this book; which then goes on to analyse the debate that preceded this decision, for the light it sheds on the complex nature of British culture and society then. The debate offers an unusual insight into the relationship between these matters and ‘high culture’ generally. $48.00 Hb, ISBN 9781441167392, NZRP$59.95 Publish April 2011, 224 pages Continuum Quantity History & Philosophy
In everyday life, we often suppose ourselves to be free to choose between several courses of action. But if we examine further, we find that this view seems to rest on metaphysical and metaethical presuppositions almost all of which look problematic. This book looks at how much of the structure of our everyday judgments can survive the arguments behind such questions and thoughts. In doing so, it explores the alternative arguments that have been advanced concerning free will and related notions, including an up-to-date overview of the contemporary debates. In essence, the book seeks to understand and answer the age-old question, ‘What is free will and do we have it?’ $34.95 Pb, ISBN 9781441102096, NZRP$39.00 Publish April 2011, 208 pages Continuum Quantity History & Philosophy
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Black Feminist Politics from Kennedy to Obama
The Gramscian Moment
Duchess Harris, Macalester College, USA.
Peter Thomas, Brunel University.
Taking an interdisciplinary approach, this book analyzes Black women’s involvement in American political life, focusing on what they did to gain political power between 1961 and 2001, and why, in many cases, they did not succeed. $39.95 Pb, ISBN 9780230112551, NZRP$49.95 Publish April 2011, 208 pages Palgrave Macmillan History & Philosophy
The influence of Antonio Gramsci’s thought is only exceeded by the diverse interpretations to which it has been subjected, resulting in contradictory images of “the true Gramsci.” Drawing on the recent flurry of linguistic work on his Prison Notebooks, Thomas argues that Gramsci’s significance is his distinctive position in the development of the classical Marxist tradition. $49.95 Pb, ISBN 9781608461165, NZRP$69.00 Publish April 2011, 508 pages Haymarket Books History & Philosophy
Philosophy, Hegemony and Marxism
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C ontemporary B lack H istory
Ezequiel Adamovsky is a writer and activist from Buenos Aires.
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The Concept of Time presents Heidegger’s so-called Dilthey review, widely considered the first draft of his celebrated masterpiece, Being and Time. Here Heidegger reveals his deep commitment to Wilhelm Dilthey and Count Yorck von Wartenburg. He agrees with them that historicity must be at the centre of the new philosophy to come. However, he also argues for an ontological approach to history. The work reopens the question of history in a broader sense, as Heidegger struggles to thematize history without aligning it with world-historical events. $34.95 Pb, ISBN 9781441105622, NZRP$45.00 Publish April 2011, 120 pages Quantity Continuum History & Philosophy
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History & Philosophy A History of Catholic Antisemitism
The Dark Side of the Church
Robert Michael, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth.
Domenico Losurdo, University of Urbino, Italy.
Moving from the Catholic Church’s pagan origins, through the Roman era, middle ages, and Reformation to the present, Robert Michael here provides a definitive history of Catholic antisemitism. $42.00 Pb, ISBN 9780230111318, NZRP$53.00 Publish April 2011, 292 pages Palgrave Macmillan History & Philosophy
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The Nazi Pursuit of Evolutionary Progress
Richard Weikart, California State University, Stanislaus.
Andrew Fisher, University of Nottingham. Metaethics: An Introduction presents a very clear and engaging survey of the key concepts and positions in what has become one of the most exciting and influential fields of philosophy. Free from technicality and jargon, the book covers the main ideas that have shaped metaethics from the work of G. E. Moore to the latest thinking. The book highlights ways to avoid common errors, offers hints and tips on learning the subject, includes a glossary of core terms, and provides guidance for further study. $39.95 Pb, ISBN 9781844652587, NZRP$49.95 Publish April 2011, 240 pages Acumen Publishing History & Philosophy
In this book, Weikart helps unlock the mystery of Hitler’s evil by vividly demonstrating the surprising conclusion that Hitler’s immorality flowed from a coherent ethic. Hitler was inspired by evolutionary ethics to pursue the utopian project of biologically improving the human race. This ethic underlay or influenced almost every major feature of Nazi policy: eugenics (i.e., measures to improve human heredity, including compulsory sterilization), euthanasia, racism, population expansion, offensive warfare, and racial extermination. $39.95 Pb, ISBN 9780230112735, NZRP$51.00 Publish April 2011, 268 pages Palgrave Macmillan History & Philosophy Quantity
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Iris Murdoch, Gender and Philosophy
The Monroe Doctrine
Sabina Lovibond, University of Oxford, UK.
Empire and Nation in Nineteenth-Century America
Iris Murdoch was one of the best-known philosophers and novelists of the post-war period. Her leanings towards feminism can be detected in some of her most famous novels, but her philosophy suggests an ambivalence about sexual equality. In this book, Sabina Lovibond explores the tangled and controversial issue of Murdoch’s stance towards gender and feminism. Lovibond analyses Murdoch’s most famous novels and her key philosophical works. She argues that many of the issues need to be set against the greater context of a ‘social imaginary’ in which Murdoch’s work takes place. $43.00 Pb, ISBN 9780415429993, NZRP$54.00 Publish April 2011, 224 pages Routledge History & Philosophy Quantity
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Jay Sexton, University of Oxford.
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A succinct, analytical history of the Monroe Doctrine from its inception in 1823 to its broad extension in the early twentieth century, this book explains in vivid detail this cornerstone of American foreign policy. Jay Sexton explores the varying conceptions of the doctrine as its meaning was distorted over the course of decades to further an ever-expanding American empire. The doctrine provides a new lens from which to view the stillunresolved question at the center of American diplomatic history: the nation’s paradoxical traditions of anticolonialism and imperialism. $39.95 Pb, ISBN 9780809071913, NZRP$49.95 Publish April 2011, 272 pages Farrar Straus and Giroux Quantity History & Philosophy
The News from Ireland
Foreign Correspondents and the Irish Revolution
Joseph J. Tanke, California College of the Arts, USA.
Maurice Walsh, University of Michigan.
Jacques Rancière: An Introduction offers the first comprehensive introduction to the thought of one of today’s most important and influential theorists. Joseph Tanke explains how Rancière’s ideas allow us to understand art as having a deeper social role than is customarily assigned to it, as well as how political opposition can be revitalized. The book presents Rancière’s body of work as a coherent whole, tracing key notions such as the distribution of the sensible, the aesthetics of politics, and the supposition of equality from his earliest writings through to his most recent interventions. $36.00 Pb, ISBN 9781441152084, NZRP$44.95 Publish April 2011, 224 pages Continuum History & Philosophy
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In this definitive historical investigation of the formation of liberalism from the eighteenth to the twentieth centuries, Domenico Losurdo overturns complacent and self-congratulatory accounts by showing that, from its very origins, liberalism and its main thinkers have been bound up with the defense of the thoroughly illiberal policies of slavery, colonialism, genocide, racism and elitism. Losurdo probes the inner contradictions of liberalism, also focusing on minority currents that moved to more radical positions, and provides an authoritative account of the relationship between the domestic and colonial spheres in the constitution of a liberal order. $45.00 Hb, ISBN 9781844676934, NZRP$57.00 Publish April 2011, 384 pages Verso Quantity History & Philosophy
The News from Ireland vividly explores the work of British and American correspondents in Ireland as well as other foreign journalists and literary figures at the time of the Anglo-Irish war of 1919-1921. It offers a penetrating and persuasive assessment of the Irish revolution’s place in a key moment of world history as well as the role of the press and journalism in the conflict. This important book is essential reading for anyone interested in Irish history and how our understanding of history generally is shaped by the media. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9781848856738, NZRP$39.95 Publish April 2011, 272 pages I.B.Tauris Publishers History & Philosophy
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Origins of the Second World War
An Unfinished Revolution
An International Perspective
Robin Blackburn, University of Essex, UK.
Frank McDonough, Liverpool John Moores University.
Karl Marx and Abraham Lincoln exchanged letters at the end of the Civil War, with Marx writing on behalf of the International Working Men’s Association. In his introduction Robin Blackburn argues that Lincoln’s response to the IWA was a sign of the importance of the German American community as well as of the role of the International in opposing European recognition of the Confederacy. In addition to a range of key texts and letters by both Lincoln and Marx, this book includes Raya Dunaevskaya’s assessment of the impact of the Civil War on Marx’s theory and a survey by Frederick Engels of the progress of US labor in the 1880s. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9781844677221, NZRP$38.00 Publish April 2011, 160 pages Verso History & Philosophy Quantity
Many major world events have occurred since the last key anniversary of the beginning of the Second World War, and these events have had a dramatic impact on the international stage: 9/11, the Iraq War, climate change and the world economic crisis. This is an opportune moment to bring together a group of major international experts who will offer a series of new interpretations of the key aspects of the origins of the Second World War. This is a truly international collection of articles, with wide breadth and scope, which includes contributions from historians, and also political scientists, gender theorists, and international relations experts. $59.95 Pb, ISBN 9781441185938, NZRP$75.00 Publish April 2011, 448 pages Continuum Quantity History & Philosophy
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The Other Eighties
The Victims Return
A Secret History of America in the Age of Reagan
Survivors of the Gulag after Stalin
Bradford Martin, Bryant University, Rhode Island.
Stalin’s reign of terror in the Soviet Union has been called ‘the other Holocaust’. During the Stalin years, it is thought that more innocent men, women and children perished than in Hitler’s destruction of the European Jews. This book is the story of the survivors. Long kept secret by Soviet repression and censorship, it is now told by renowned author and historian Stephen F. Cohen, who came to know many former Gulag inmates during his frequent trips to Moscow over a period of thirty years. Based on first-hand interviews with the victims themselves and on newly available materials, Cohen provides a powerful narrative of the survivors’ postGulag saga. $39.95 Hb, ISBN 9781848858480, NZRP$49.95 Publish April 2011, 224 pages I.B.Tauris Publishers Quantity History & Philosophy
Stephen F. Cohen, New York University.
In this engaging new book, Bradford Martin illuminates a different 1980s than we may remember - one whose history has been buried under the celebratory narrative of conservative ascendancy. Unlike the civil rights movement or flower power protesters, activists of the 1980s generally found themselves on the defensive, struggling to preserve hard-won victories from previous decades. Their successes, then, were not in ushering in a new era of progressive reforms but in prodding the government toward more moderate policy. Martin examines these influential movements in this concise history. $39.95 Pb, ISBN 9780809074617, NZRP$49.95 Publish April 2011, 288 pages Farrar Straus and Giroux Quantity History & Philosophy
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Striking a Light
Witch Beliefs and Witch Trials in the Middle Ages
The Bryant and May Matchwomen and Their Place in History
Documents and Readings
Louise Raw, Labour historian, and Sheila Rowbotham, University of Manchester, UK.
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In July 1888, fourteen hundred women and girls employed by the matchmakers Bryant and May walked out of their East End factory and into the history books. Louise Raw gives us a challenging new interpretation of events proving that the women themselves, not celebrity socialists like Annie Besant, began it. She provides unequivocal evidence to show that the matchwomen greatly influenced the Dock Strike of 1889, which until now was thought to be the key event of new unionism, and repositions them as the mothers of the modern labour movement. $39.95 Pb, ISBN 9781441114266, NZRP$49.95 Publish April 2011, 288 pages Continuum Quantity History & Philosophy
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In 1901 a rich collection of extracts from documents relating to witch beliefs and witch trials in the Middle Ages was published in Bonn. Most of the original documents are in Latin and it has been left largely untranslated, making the material inaccessible, and neglected. This new translation of the key documents will enable students and scholars to look afresh at this crucial period in the development of attitudes towards witchcraft. The extensive introductory essay gives the reader the historical, theological, intellectual and social background and contexts of the translated documents. $46.00 Pb, ISBN 9781441109804, NZRP$57.00 Publish April 2011, 256 pages Quantity Continuum History & Philosophy
Traces of the Holocaust
The Wittgenstein Dictionary
Ghettoization and Deportation
David Levy, University of Edinburgh, UK.
Dr Tim Cole, University of Bristol, UK.
The Wittgenstein Dictionary is a comprehensive and accessible guide to the world of Ludwig Wittgenstein, whose philosophy is notoriously difficult to grasp. Meticulously researched and extensively cross-referenced, this unique book covers all his major works, ideas and influences and provides a firm grounding in the central themes of Wittgenstein’s thought. It covers everything that is essential to a sound understanding of Wittgenstein’s work in logic, philosophy of mathematics, philosophy of mind and philosophy of language, offering clear and accessible explanations of often complex terminology and notation. $49.95 Pb, ISBN 9781441160249, NZRP$57.00 Publish April 2011, 240 pages Continuum History & Philosophy Quantity
Adopting an innovative multi-perspectival approach framed around a wide variety of material traces - from receipts to maps, name lists to photographs - Tim Cole tells stories of journeys into and out of Hungarian ghettos. These stories of the perpetrators who oversaw ghettoization and deportation, the bystanders who witnessed and aided these journeys, and the victims who undertook them reveal the spatio-temporal dimensions of the Holocaust. But they also point to the visibility of these events within the ordinary spaces of the city, the importance of an economic assault on Jews and the marked gendering of the Holocaust in Hungary. $48.00 Pb, ISBN 9781441169969, NZRP$59.95 Publish April 2011, 224 pages Continuum Quantity History & Philosophy
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Dr P.G. Maxwell-Stuart, University of St Andrews.
Current Affairs & Politics Channels of Resistance in Lebanon
Global Financial Crisis
Liberation Propaganda, Hezbollah and the Media
The Ethical Issues Ned Dobos, Charles Sturt University; Christian Barry and Thomas Pogge Leitner, both Australian National University.
Zahera Harb, Nottingham University.
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On May 25th 2000 Israeli occupation forces withdrew from South Lebanon after 22 years of occupation. The Lebanese media’s role in achieving liberation over this period is significant, through campaigns conducted to unify the Lebanese people against their foreign occupier and in support of the Lebanese resistance in South Lebanon.This book investigates the culture and performance of Lebanese journalism in this setting.It is a story about journalism told by a journalist who is also using tools of scholarship and research to narrate her story and the story of her fellow journalists. $39.95 Pb, ISBN 9781848851214, NZRP$49.95 Publish April 2011, 256 pages I.B.Tauris Publishers Quantity Current Affairs & Politics
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The Global Financial Crisis is now widely acknowledged to be the most severe economic downturn since the 1930s. It is unique not only in its gravity and scope, but also in its underlying causes and wider social, political, and economic implications. It continues to generate heated debate amongst economists, historians, pundits, political scientists and the general public. But is has been by and large neglected by philosophers and professional ethicists. Global Financial Crisis: The Ethical Issues begins to remedy this neglect. $47.00 Pb, ISBN 9780230293519, NZRP$59.95 Publish April 2011, 240 pages Palgrave Macmillan Quantity Current Affairs & Politics
China’s Energy Relations with the Developing World
Carrie Liu Currier and Manochehr Dorraj, both Texas Christian University.
Paola Caridi, journalist and historian.
From Resistance to Government
Now the second largest oil-consuming country after the US, China’s growing need for resources will affect its development as well as that of its neighbors and other developing countries. This book examines China’s access to the energy resources of the developing world and its impact on Chinese foreign relations. Contributed by experts in international relations and Chinese politics, the essays look at China’s expanding relations with the Middle East, Africa, Central Asia, Latin America, India; the security implications of China’s quest for energy resources; and its impact on relations with world powers such as the US. $43.00 Pb, ISBN 9781441141040, NZRP$54.00 Publish April 2011, 240 pages Continuum Quantity Current Affairs & Politics
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Covering the history of the region from its “golden age” as a port city in the fifth century A.D. through the formal birth of Hamas as a resistance movement after the first Intifada, and continuing past Operation Cast Lead into the present day, Caridi’s Hamas traces, with nuance and clarity, the rise, growth, and evolution of Hamas into one of the key players in the search for a way through the central crisis of the Middle East today. In so doing, she performs, with intelligence, dexterity, and heart, the central function of history: to look at a people’s actions through that people’s eyes, to explain what to many Westerners seems inexplicable - to explain the rise of Hamas. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9781609801274, NZRP$38.00 Publish April 2011, 320 pages Seven Stories Press Quantity Current Affairs & Politics
Dictators and Dictatorships
Understanding Authoritarian Regimes and Their Leaders
How the U.S. Government Co-Opted Human Rights
Natasha Ezrow, University of Essex, UK, and Erica Frantz, Institute for Physical Sciences.
James Peck, founder of the Culture and Civilization of China project.
Dictators and Dictatorships is a qualitative enquiry into the politics of authoritarian regimes. It argues that political outcomes in dictatorships are largely a product of leader-elite relations. Differences in the internal structure of dictatorships affect the dynamics of this relationship. This book shows how dictatorships differ from one another and the implications of these differences for political outcomes. In particular, it examines political processes in personalist, military, singleparty, monarchic, and hybrid regimes. $59.95 Pb, ISBN 9781441173966, NZRP$69.00 Publish April 2011, 336 pages Continuum Quantity Current Affairs & Politics
Drawing on thousands of documents from the CIA, the National Security Council, the Pentagon, and development agencies, James Peck shows in blunt detail how Washington has shaped human rights into a potent ideological weapon for purposes having little to do with rights - and everything to do with furthering America’s global reach. Peck tracks the rise of human rights from its dismissal in the cold war years as “fuzzy minded” to its calculated adoption, after the Vietnam War, as a rationale for American foreign engagement. $39.95 Pb, ISBN 9780805083286, NZRP$49.95 Publish April 2011, 384 pages Henry Holt and Company Quantity Current Affairs & Politics
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Elsewhere, Within Here
Muslims and Jews in America
Immigration, Refugeeism and the Boundary Event
Commonalities, Contentions and Complexities
Trinh T. Minh-ha, University of California, Berkeley.
Reza Aslan, University of Southern California, and Aaron J. Hahn Tapper, University of San Francisco.
This is an engaging look at travel across national borders - as a foreigner, a tourist, an immigrant, a refugee-in a pre- and post-9/11 world. Who is welcome where? What does it mean to feel out of place in the country you call home? When does the stranger appear in these times of dark metamorphoses? These are some of the issues addressed by the author as she examines the cultural meaning and complexities of travel, immigration, home and exile. Trinh T. Minh-ha leads her readers through an investigation of what it means to be an insider and an outsider in this “epoch of global fear.” $45.00 Pb, ISBN 9780415880220, NZRP$57.00 Publish April 2011, 142 pages Quantity Routledge Current Affairs & Politics
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An exploration of the sometimes contentious, sometimes conciliatory, and often complex relationship between Jews and Muslims in the United States, this book was written by important scholars, religious leaders, and activists from the two communities. Each essay discusses a different episode from the American milieu that has either linked these groups together or torn them apart. Some essays deal with case examples of local inter-communal interaction, such as “dialogue groups,” while others focus on national trends, thus providing greater insights into individual incidents. $45.00 Pb, ISBN 9780230108615, NZRP$57.00 Publish April 2011, 256 pages Quantity Palgrave Macmillan Current Affairs & Politics
Current Affairs & Politics People without History
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Jeremy Seabrook is a researcher and writer, and Imran Ahmed Siddiqui is a writer and journalist.
The West has become obsessed with Muslims, constantly classifying them as either ‘moderate’ or ‘extreme’. Reacting against this dehumanising tendency, Jeremy Seabrook and Imran Ahmed Siddiqui show us the daily life of poor Muslims in India and sheds light on what lies behind India’s ‘economic miracle’. The authors examine life in Muslim communities in Kolkata, home to some of the most disadvantaged people in India, giving a voice to their views, values and feelings. We see that Muslims are no different from those of other faiths - work, family and survival are the overwhelming preoccupations of the vast majority. $39.95 Pb, ISBN 9780745331133, NZRP$54.00 Publish April 2011, 272 pages Pluto Quantity Current Affairs & Politics
A leading authority in the discipline, Jeffrey Haynes has contributed to many of the most significant debates in the fields of religion & politics and religion & international relations in the last twenty years. The aim of this collection is to identify and examine political activities of selected religious actors in both domestic and international contexts. Jeffrey Haynes presents a survey of the interaction of religion and politics, both domestically and internationally, in relation to a variety of issues, and draws the findings together in a new conclusion written for the volume. $67.00 Pb, ISBN 9780415617819, NZRP$84.00 Publish April 2011, 288 pages Routledge Quantity Current Affairs & Politics
Jeffrey Haynes, London Metropolitan University, UK.
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Pointing the Finger
Security Challenges and Military Politics in East Asia
Islam and Muslims in the British Media
From State Building to PostDemocratization
Julian Petley, Brunel University. In this important book, several leading media commentators examine the phenomenon of “Islamophobia” and ask how to tackle it. Charting recent media controversies, from the Archbishop of Canterbury’s comments on Sharia law to the veil “debate”, the book argues that media hostility to Islam alienates Muslims and undermines efforts to combat extremism. With examples of press-fuelled myths about Islam in Britain, this is a captivating insight into how Muslims are depicted in the UK. $36.00 Pb, ISBN 9781851688128, NZRP$44.95 Publish April 2011, 320 pages Oneworld Publications Current Affairs & Politics Quantity
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Jongseok Woo, University of West Florida.
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The Politics of Postcolonialism
Empire, Nation and Resistance
Riaz Hassan, Flinders University, Australia.
Rumina Sethi, Panjab University, India.
Suicide bombing has become a weapon of choice among terrorist groups because of its lethality and unrivalled ability to cause mayhem and fear, but what is the real driving force behind these attacks? For the first time, Suicide Bombings analyses concrete data from The Suicide Terrorism Database at Flinders University, Australia, to explain what motivates the perpetrators. The results serve to largely discredit common wisdom that religion and an impressionable personality are the principal causes, and show rather that a cocktail of motivations fuel these attacks which include politics, humiliation, revenge, retaliation, and altruism. $39.95 Pb, ISBN 9780415588874, NZRP$54.00 Publish April 2011, 168 pages Routledge Current Affairs & Politics Quantity
In a period of vast global restructuring, unrestricted capital has eroded the traditional distinctions between nations and nationhood. In The Politics of Postcolonialism, Rumina Sethi devises a new form of postcolonial studies that makes sense of these dramatic changes. Returning to the origins of the discipline, Sethi identifies it as a tool for political protest and activism among people of the third world. Using a sophisticated mix of spatial theory and local politics, she examines the uneven terrain of contemporary anti-capitalism and political upsurges in Africa, Asia and Latin America, emphasising postcolonial politics, dissent and resistance. $43.00 Pb, ISBN 9780745323633, NZRP$54.00 Publish April 2011, 216 pages Pluto Quantity Current Affairs & Politics
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A Question of Security
US Civil-Military Relations After 9/11
The British Defence Review in an Age of Austerity
Renegotiating the Civil-Military Bargain
Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies (RUSI).
Mackubin Thomas Owens, US Naval War College. Substantial renegotiation of civil-military relations took place at the end of the Cold War and after the attacks of 9/11. Such debates bring on new answers to the four questions that lie at the heart of civil-military relations: 1) Who controls the military and how? 2) Who serves? 3) What is the appropriate role of the military? and 4) What degree of military influence is appropriate in a liberal society? US Civil-Military Relations After 9/11 examines the answers to these questions in their historical context, both pre- and post-9/11. $36.00 Pb, ISBN 9781441160836, NZRP$44.95 Publish April 2011, 208 pages Continuum Current Affairs & Politics
This vital new book prepares the ground for a major government review of UK defence and security policy, analysing every important facet the review will face. The analysis covers the military equipment Britain should procure; the industrial implications of defence procurement decisions; the relationship with allies and partners; the intelligence sources; and, not least, the moral and ethical dimensions of modern security policy in a globalised but disordered world. $47.00 Pb, ISBN 9781848856066, NZRP$58.00 Publish April 2011, 240 pages I.B.Tauris Publishers Current Affairs & Politics
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This work brings together theory and empirical study, analyzing how security threats have shaped the military’s organization, doctrine, and domestic political role at various stages of political development, from the state-building period to today’s post-democratization era. The book looks at how security threats led to military expansion and authoritarianism at the onset of the Cold War and examines military dictatorial rule, followed by a study of the military’s withdrawal process during democratization. $39.95 Pb, ISBN 9781441184337, NZRP$49.95 Publish April 2011, 224 pages Continuum Quantity Current Affairs & Politics
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R outledge S tudies in R eligion and P olitics
Religion, Politics and International Relations
India's Muslim Ghettos
Biography & Memoir
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The Blaze in the Balkans
My Dream of Stars
Selected Writings 1903-1941
From Daughter of Iran to Space Pioneer
Mary Edith Durham (1863 - 1944) was a British traveller, artist and writer; Robert Elsie is a specialist in Albanian studies; and Bejtullah Destani, Centre for Albanian Studies.
Anousheh Ansari, Telecom Technologies and Ansari Foundation.
Edith Durham is best known for her classic travel books about the Balkans. However, she was also a passionate, articulate and well-informed commentator on the twists and turns of Balkan politics and the machinations of the Great Powers. The pieces in this collection of her writings from the early half of the twentieth century remind us of the many connections between Britain and the Balkans over recent centuries. The book offers a fair picture of the Balkans in the early 20th century. $59.95 Hb, ISBN 9781848857100, NZRP$69.95 Publish April 2011, 224 pages I.B.Tauris Publishers Quantity Memoir
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The Harding Affair
Love and Espionage during the Great War
A Memoir of Susan Sontag
James Robenalt, Thomson Hine LLP, Ohio, and John W. Dean, former Nixon White House counsel.
Sigrid Nunez is the author of six novels.
Warren Harding fell in love with his beautiful neighbor, Carrie Phillips, in the summer of 1905, almost a decade before he was elected a United States Senator and fifteen years before he became the 29th President of the United States. The Harding Affair tells the unknown stories of Harding as a powerful Senator and his personal and political life, including his complicated romance with Mrs. Phillips. The book also explores the reasons for the entry of the United States into the European conflict and explains why so many Americans at the time supported Germany, even after the U.S. became involved in the spring of 1917. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9780230106956, NZRP$34.00 Publish April 2011, 416 pages Palgrave Macmillan Quantity Biography
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Sigrid Nunez was an aspiring writer when she first met Susan Sontag, already a legendary figure known for her polemical essays, blinding intelligence, and edgy personal style. Sontag’s influence on Nunez, who went on to become a successful novelist, would be profound. In this poignant, intimate memoir, Nunez speaks of her gratitude for having had, as an early model, “someone who held such an exalted, unironic view of the writer’s vocation.” Published more than six years after Sontag’s death, Sempre Susan is a startlingly truthful portrait of this outsized personality, who made being an intellectual a glamorous occupation. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9781935633228, NZRP$36.00 Publish April 2011, 176 pages Atlas and Co. Quantity Memoir
Trials of Margaret Clitherow
A Teacher, Her Students, and a Year of Learning
Persecution, Martyrdom and the Politics of Sanctity in Elizabethan England
Julie Diamond has taught young children for over twenty-five years.
Peter Lake, Vanderbilt University, USA, and Michael Questier, University of London, UK.
Kindergarten explores a year in the life of a kindergarten classroom through the eyes of the gifted veteran teacher and author Julie Diamond. In this lyrical, beautifully written first-person account, Diamond explains the logic behind the routines and rituals children need to thrive. As she guides us through all aspects of classroom life, we begin to understand what kindergarten can and should be: a culture that builds children’s desire to understand the world and lays the foundation for lifelong learning. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9781595583482, NZRP$34.00 Publish April 2011, 272 pages The New Press Quantity Memoir
The story of Margaret Clitherow represents one of the most important yet troubling events in post-Reformation history. Her trial, execution and subsequent legend have provoked controversy ever since she became a cause celebre in the time of Elizabeth I. Through extensive new research into the contemporary accounts of her arrest and trial the authors have pieced together a new reading of the surrounding events. The result is a work which considers the question of religious sainthood and martyrdom. $44.95 Pb, ISBN 9781441104366, NZRP$56.00 Publish April 2011, 272 pages Continuum Quantity Biography
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B A C K L I S T
A King Condemned
B E S T S E L L E R
A Pavane for Another Time
The Trial and Execution of Charles I
Emeritus Professor Bernard Smith pioneered the writing of art history in Australia.
C.V. Wedgwood (1910-1997) was a noted British historian and expert on the English Civil Wars.
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In her heartwarming and empowering memoir, space pioneer Anousheh Ansari tells the story of her childhood in Iran and her family’s exodus to America after the Islamic Revolution. After settling down in Texas, Anousheh built a computer technology firm from the ground up, which eventually realized a net worth of $750 million and ultimately allowed her to achieve her childhood dream of spaceflight. In her groundbreaking role as the first-ever female commercial spaceflight participant, her story became politicized and fraught with the prejudices and obstacles she had to overcome as an Iranian woman. $24.95 Pb, ISBN 9780230112216, NZRP$29.00 Publish April 2011, 256 pages Palgrave Macmillan Quantity Memoir
The reign of Charles I was one of the most turbulent in English history. Six years after the First Civil War began, and following Charles’ support for the failed Royalist uprising of the Second Civil War, an Act of Parliament was passed which produced something unprecedented in the history of England: the trial of an English king on a capital charge. There followed ten extraordinary weeks which finally drew to a dark end on 30 January 1649, when Charles was beheaded in Whitehall. In this acclaimed account C.V. Wedgwood recreates the dramatic events of the trial and Charles’ final days. $24.95 Pb, ISBN 9781848856882, NZRP$28.00 Publish April 2011, 264 pages Tauris Parke Paperbacks Quantity Biography
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Art historian Bernard Smith reflects on life in the 1940s. Smith’s formative training as an art historian and critic is the important and recurring theme of this book. It encompasses his encounters at London’s Courtauld and Warburg Institutes with art historians Anthony Blunt, Ernst Gombrich, Rudolf Wittkower and many others; his introduction to art historical methodologies and insights; and his obligatory ‘grand tours’ of a range of European cities and their museums, art works and architectural monuments. $59.95 Hb, ISBN 9781876832667, NZRP$69.95 Published 2002, 480 pages Macmillan Art Publishing Memoir Quantity
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The Honest Look
Leo Tolstoy (1828-1910) is regarded by some as the greatest novelist of all time.
Jennifer L. Rohn earned a Ph.D. at the University of Washington, before becoming an editor and journalist.
Hadji Murat, one of the most feared and venerated mountain chiefs in the Chechen struggle against the Russians, defects from the Muslim rebels after feuding with his ruling Imam, Shamil. Hoping to protect his family, he joins the Russians, who accept him but never put their trust in him - and so Murat must find another way to end the struggle. Tolstoy knew as he was writing this, his last work of fiction, that it would not be published in his lifetime, and so gave an uncompromising portrayal of the Russians’ faults and the nature of the rebels’ struggle. In the process, he shows a mastery of style and an understanding of Chechnya that still carries great resonance today. $19.95 Pb, ISBN 9781847491794, NZRP$22.00 Publish April 2011, 192 pages Oneworld Classics Quantity Fiction
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Tender is the Night
Only the Super-Rich Can Save Us
F. Scott Fitzgerald (1896-1940) is considered one of the finest American writers of the twentieth century.
Ralph Nader has challenged corporations, government agencies, and institutions to be more accountable to the public for the past 45 years.
While holidaying at a villa on the French Riviera, Dick and Nicole Diver, a wealthy American couple, meet the young film star Rosemary Hoyt. Her arrival causes a stir in their social circle and exposes the cracks in their fragile marriage. As their relationship unravels, the glimpses of their troubled past emerge, and a series of disturbing events unfolds. Peopled by an unforgettable cast of aristocrats and high-fliers, Tender is the Night is at once a scathing critique of the materialism and hypocrisy of the Roaring Twenties and a poignant and sensitive account of personal tragedy and disillusionment. Also Available: The Great Gatsby, ISBN 9781847491749 $17.95 Pb, ISBN 9781847491800, NZRP$19.95 Publish April 2011, 320 pages Oneworld Classics Fiction Quantity 9 781847 491800
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This vivid fictional account by political activist and bestselling author Ralph Nader answers the question, “What if?” What if a cadre of superrich individuals tried to become a driving force in America to organize and institutionalize the interests of the citizens of this troubled nation? This extraordinary story, written by the author who knows the most about citizen action, returns us to the literature of American social movements - to Edward Bellamy, to Upton Sinclair, to John Steinbeck, to Stephen Crane - reminding us in the process that changing the body politic of America starts with imagination. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9781583229231, NZRP$36.00 Publish April 2011, 464 pages Seven Stories Press Quantity Fiction
The Druggist of Auschwitz
The Pink Hotel
A Documentary Novel
Anna Stothard has written weekly columns in The Observer and The Sunday Telegraph.
Dieter Schlesak is a German-Romanian poet and essayist. In The Druggist of Auschwitz, Adam recounts with disturbing clarity his imprisonment at the infamous Auschwitz concentration camp. Through Adam’s testimony at the Frankfurt Auschwitz Trial of 1963-65, we come to learn of the true-life story of Dr. Victor Capesius, who quickly aided in and profited from the tragedy once the Nazis came to power. Interspersed with historical research and actual face-to-face interviews with survivors, the novel follows Capesius from his assignment as the “sorter” of new arrivals at Auschwitz through his life of lavish wealth after the war to his arrest and eventual trial. $34.95 Pb, ISBN 9780374144067, NZRP$47.00 Publish April 2011, 384 pages Farrar Straus and Giroux Quantity 9 780374 144067 9 781846 881312 Fiction B E L O W T I T L E S A R E W I T H Y O U R PA N M A C M I L L
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In becoming a scientist, Claire Cyrus hopes to escape the fate of her dead father, a brilliant but critically unsuccessful poet whose poverty and bitterness derailed her own strong talent for verse. Soon after moving from England to take up her first job in a start-up biotech company in the Netherlands, she finds herself an outcast in her strange new environment, shunned by her jealous colleagues and moving only on the fringes of the expatriate community. But when she makes an accidental discovery in the lab, her life will never be the same again. $24.95 Pb, ISBN 9781936113118, NZRP$29.00 Published November 2010, 343 pages Cold Spring Harbor Fiction Quantity
A seventeen-year-old London girl flies to Los Angeles for the funeral of her mother Lily, from whom she was separated in her childhood. After stealing a suitcase of letters, clothes and photographs from her mum’s bedroom at the top of a hotel on Venice Beach, the girl spends her summer travelling around Los Angeles in a bid to track down the men who knew her mother. As she discovers more about Lily’s past and tries to re-enact her life, she comes to question the foundations of her own personality. The Pink Hotel is a tale about finding love in the most unlikely of places, and how sometimes you can only know who you are by discovering who you are not. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9781846881312, NZRP$34.00 Publish April 2011, 300 pages Alma Books Quantity Fiction A N
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A Cupboard Full of Coats
Yvvette Edwards lives with her family in East London. A Cupboard Full of Coats is her first novel.
Mark Mustian is an author, attorney, and city commissioner.
Crushed by an impossible shame, Jinx’s life has been little more than a shell; estranged from her husband, she is even relieved when he takes her young son with him. When Lemon, an old friend of her mother’s, turns up on her doorstep, Jinx is forced to confront her past, and with the pain of remembrance comes the possibility of redemption. But Lemon has his own secrets to share, and together they unravel an unforgettable family drama, stoked with violence and passion. Rich with voices from East London and the West Indies, Edwards’s narrative is delivered with a unique and uncompromising bite that announces a new talent. $29.99 Pb, ISBN 9781851687978, NZRP$37.95 Publish April 2011, 288 pages Oneworld Publications Quantity Fiction
To those around him, Emmet Conn is an old man on the verge of senility. Now, at the end of his life, he finds himself tormented by dreams of a march across a foreign land, of appalling acts of cruelty, and the anguish of a lost love. But these are no dreams and he is no prisoner. The Gendarme is a love story that explores the power of memory, and the ability of people, individually and collectively, to forget. Depicting how love can transcend nationalities and politics, how racism creates divisions where none truly exist, and how the human spirit fights to survive even in the face of hopelessness, this is a superbly transcendent novel. $29.99 Pb, ISBN 9781851688265, NZRP$37.95 Publish April 2011, 304 pages Oneworld Publications Quantity Fiction
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Palgrave Promotions The Perfect Easter Gift The definitive guide to making healthy and informed choices about food
Celebrating the delicious foods that are prepared and served in streets and markets around the world
$24.00 Pb, ISBN 9780865477384 2007, 624 pages Henry Holt and Company Quantity NZRP$29.95
$26.00 Pb, ISBN 9781904456506 2007, 176 pages New Internationalist NZRP$33.00
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Wine, drunk in the right frame of mind, is definitely good for the soul. And there is no better accompaniment to wine than philosophy
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Explore the story of this delectable food $26.00 Pb, ISBN 9781904456865 2008, 176 pages New Internationalist NZRP$33.00
$29.95 Pb, ISBN 9781441170675 October 2010, 224 pages Continuum NZRP$36.00 Quantity
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A clear and engaging discussion of the philosophical significance of wine that will be accessible to all wine lovers, specialists and non-specialists alike
With an emphasis on simplicity and versatility, you’ll find it easy to start local and think seasonal
$48.00 Hb, ISBN 9781844652501 November 2010, 224 pages Acumen Publishing NZRP$59.95
$44.95 Hb, ISBN 9781906523381 September 2010, 256 pages New Internationalist NZRP$54.95
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A collection of authentic recipes from one of the world’s most sophisticated and ancient cuisines
Experience the sights and smells of Constantinople and its marketplaces $36.00 Pb, ISBN 9781848851658 July 2010, 272 pages I.B. Tauris NZRP$44.95
$41.00 Pb, ISBN 9781845114374 2007, 176 pages I.B. Tauris NZRP$49.95 Quantity
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A collection of traditional dishes from the Anatolian heartlands and sophisticated and classical recipes from the palace kitchens of the Ottoman sultans
A visual celebration of this splendid everyday cuisine $45.00 Hb, ISBN 9781848854208 June 2010, 192 pages I.B. Tauris NZRP$54.95
$59.95 Hb, ISBN 9781860640117 2002, 224 pages I.B. Tauris NZRP$75.00
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What Every Actor Needs What is it that drives actors to withstand the frustration of not getting parts, of getting bad parts in bad plays, of being mistreated by directors, misunderstood by audiences, misinterpreted by critics? Actors at Work looks at the way some of our most respected stage and film actors today approach their calling
Modern Theatre Guides
These guides provide a comprehensive critical introduction to each play, giving students an overview of the background and context, detailed analysis of the play including its structure, style and characters and an overview of the performance history
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This groundbreaking text is widely read throughout the world for the beauty of its style and as a source of inspiration for new drama, and will appeal to those in search of the essence of theatre
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A practical and theoretical guide to the world of the professional actor, skillfully combining ideas from a range of practitioners and linking the academy to the industry $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9780415461016 March 2010, 256 pages Routledge Quantity NZRP$35.00
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This book introduces both concept and practice in an accessible and engaging style
This is the first book to explore how actors play real people
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to Know… A comprehensive history of stage musicals from the earliest accounts to the rise of music halls, Broadway and the 21st century
One of the most important theoretical work on the theatre in modern times
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A major innovation in theatre scholarship: for the first time, A-list scholars mould cutting-edge thinking about theatre into an easy-to-digest and easy-to-afford form for consumption by everyone
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Based on a revolutionary nonMethod approach to acting, this text shows what actually works
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The Royal Shakespeare Company: The Complete Works
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Celebrate Shakespeare’s birthday this month by giving the gift of one of Shakespeare’s last works to be printed Shakespeare’s Sonnets ($9.95 Pb, ISBN 9780230290419, NZRP$12.95) to someone special for Valentine’s Day.
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Shakespeare’s Sonnets deal with such themes as the passage of time, love, beauty and mortality and can be seen as a prototype, or even the beginning, of a new kind of ‘modern’ love poetry. The outstanding cross-cultural importance and influence of the sonnets is demonstrated by the large number of translations that have been made of them. To date in the German-speaking countries alone, there have been 70 complete translations since 1784. There is no major written language into which the sonnets have not been translated, including Latin, Turkish, Japanese, Esperanto, and even Klingon.
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The Revolutionary Century: Art in Asia, 1900-2000 “The self portrait by Tetsugoro Yorozu on the cover of Alison Carroll’s The Revolutionary Century brilliantly captures the sense of vibrant and restless experimentation which characterizes so much of the art covered in this volume. This book fills a major gap and will necessarily be an essential text in the field of contemporary Asian art.” - Art Monthly, December 2010 – February 2011, Summer Issue Quantity $99.00 Hb, ISBN 9781921394171, NZRP$120.00
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Brett Whiteley: A Sensual Line 1957-1967 “Kathie Sutherland’s handsome and beautifully written Brett Whiteley: A Sensual Line documents another side of Whiteley, a less recognised one. It examines the works he produced between 1955 and 1967 and it makes a compelling case for establishing these paintings among his best… This book’s reproductions -- which are generous and excellent -- are arranged so the reader follows the influences on Whiteley’s work, while seeing the emergence of his individual fingerprint.” - The Australian, October 16th 2010 Quantity $130.00 Hb, ISBN 9781921394379, NZRP$160.00
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Poetry & Essays The Bars of Atlantis
The FSG Book of Twentieth-Century Latin Poetry
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Durs Grünbein is the author of twelve volumes of poetry and four collections of essays.
A Bilingual Edition
This landmark collection of essays by one of the world’s greatest living authors makes Durs Grünbein’s wide-ranging and multifaceted prose available in English for the first time. The Bars of Atlantis unfurls the entire breadth and depth of Grünbein’s essayistic genius. It includes memoiristic and autobiographical pieces that introduce Grünbein, the man and the author, and tell the story of the making of a poet and thinker toward the end of a century marked by global political strife, unprecedented human suffering, long decades of totalitarian rule, and, in its final quarter, the dawn of a new, post-Cold War world order. $24.95 Pb, ISBN 9780374532673, NZRP$29.00 Publish April 2011, 352 pages Farrar Straus and Giroux Quantity Essays
This collection invites us to look at an illustrious literary tradition-with fresh eyes. This bilingual anthology features eighty-four authors from thirteen different countries writing in Spanish, Portuguese, Mapuche, Nahuatl, Quechua, Mazatec, Zapotec, Ladino, and Spanglish. The poems are rendered into English in inspired fashion by firstrate translators such as Elizabeth Bishop, Galway Kinnell, W. S. Merwin, Alastair Reid, Mark Strand, and Richard Wilbur. In these pages the reader will experience the power of poetry to account for a hundred years in the life of a restless continent. $59.95 Pb, ISBN 9780374100247, NZRP$72.00 Publish April 2011, 480 pages Farrar Straus and Giroux Quantity Poetry
Ilan Stavans, Amherst College.
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The Chameleon Couch
Next Word, Better Word
The Craft of Writing Poetry
Yusef Komunyakaa is the author of thirteen books of poems.
Stephen Dobyns is the author of over 30 novels and poetry collections.
The latest collection from one of America’s preeminent poets, The Chameleon Couch is also one of Yusef Komunyakaa’s most personal to date. As in his breakthrough work, Copacetic, Komunyakaa writes again of music as muse. Beginning with “Canticle,” this varied new collection often returns to the idea of poem as hymn, ethereal and haunting, as Komunyakaa reveals glimpses of memory, myth, and violence. With contemplations that spring up along walks or memories conjured by the rhythms of New York, Komunyakaa pays tribute more than ever before to those who came before him. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9780374120382, NZRP$43.00 Publish April 2011, 128 pages Farrar Straus and Giroux Quantity Poetry
This accessible writer’s guide provides a helpful framework for creating poetry and navigates contemporary concerns and practices. Stephen Dobyns author of the classic book on the beauty of poetry, Best Words, Best Order, moves into new terrain in this remarkable book. Bringing years of experience to bear on issues such as subject matter, the mechanics of poetry, and the revision process, Dobyns explores the complex relationship between writers and their work. From Philip Larkin to Pablo Neruda to William Butler Yeats, every chapter reveals useful lessons in these renowned poets’ work. $24.95 Pb, ISBN 9780230621800, NZRP$32.00 Publish April 2011, 256 pages Palgrave Macmillan Quantity Poetry
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Crossing State Lines
An American Renga
Bob Holman and Carol Muske-Dukes, co-curators of the poetry stream of America: Now and Here.
James Schuyler (1923-1991) received the Pulitzer Prize for poetry for The Morning of the Poem.
Crossing State Lines: An American Renga is a poetic relay race across the continent: fifty-four poets responding to ideas of America - and to each other. This is a collaborative journey of impressions - from the election and inauguration of President Obama, through foreclosures, job losses, chords of country music, and bombs in Baghdad, to a poetsoldier’s rifle-sight in Afghanistan. The renga itself, in the ancient tradition of Japanese linked verse, provides the form of this historic conversation among the poets, as they meditate, within ten lines, on a moment in America. $24.95 Pb, ISBN 9780374532741, NZRP$27.00 Publish April 2011, 160 pages Farrar Straus and Giroux Quantity Poetry
Other Flowers brings together 165 unseen poems from James Schuyler, one of the twentieth century’s most acclaimed writers. This carefully arranged edition presents a broad range of Schuyler’s work, spanning from the early 1950s until his death in 1991. These poems exhibit Schuyler’s virtuosity in drawing from real life, interpersonal history, nature, and pop culture to create reverberant portraits of the everyday. To read these poems is to rediscover the fresh clarity and grandeur of even the smallest things. Other Flowers confirms Schuyler’s status as one of the most important figures in contemporary poetics. $24.95 Pb, ISBN 9780374532697, NZRP$29.00 Publish April 2011, 240 pages Farrar Straus and Giroux Quantity Poetry
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The Poetry of Rilke
Carl Phillips is the author of ten previous books of poems.
Rainer Maria Rilke (1875 - 1926) is the author of two poetic masterworks, and Edward Snow, Rice University.
Comparing any human life to “a restless choir” of impulses variously in conflict and at peace with one another, Carl Phillips, in his eleventh book, examines the double shadow that a life casts forth: “now risk, and now / faintheartedness.” In poems that both embody and inhabit this double shadow, risk and faintheartedness prove to have the power equally to rescue us from ourselves and to destroy us. Spare, haunted, and haunting, yet not without hope, Double Shadow argues for life as a wilderness through which there’s only the questing forward-with no regrets and no looking back. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9780374141578, NZRP$39.95 Publish April 2011, 64 pages Farrar Straus and Giroux Quantity Poetry
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This is the single most comprehensive volume of Rilke’s German poetry ever to be published in English. With more than two hundred and fifty selected poems by Rilke, including complete translations of the Sonnets to Orpheus and the Duino Elegies, The Poetry of Rilke spans the arc of Rilke’s work, from the breakthrough poems of The Book of Hours to the visionary masterpieces written only weeks before his death. This landmark bilingual edition also contains all of Snow’s commentaries on Rilke, as well as an important new introduction by the award-winning poet Adam Zagajewski. $34.95 Pb, ISBN 9780374532710, NZRP$45.00 Publish April 2011, 720 pages Quantity Farrar Straus and Giroux Poetry
Routledge Classics - Happy 10th! Routledge Classics Celebrates 10th Anniversary! 2011 sees the 10th anniversary of the Routledge Classics programme and will mark the publication of the 200th Routledge Classic, the onevolume edition of Karl Popper’s The Open Society and Its Enemies. This marks the first time The Open Society and Its Enemies has been published in a single paperback volume. Features a preface by Vaclav Havel and a 'personal recollection' on the story behind the book's publication by Ernst Gombrich. Routledge Classics contains the very best of Routledge publishing over the past century or so, books that have, by popular consent, become established as classics in their field. Drawing on a fantastic heritage of innovative writing published by Routledge and its associated imprints, this series makes available in attractive, affordable form some of the most important works of modern times. ”These are handsome, sturdy paperbacks. They are very good value indeed. Routledge … published many of the key texts of the 20th century, and the house now has a treasure-trove of titles in its backlist … the list is not endless, but it is awesome … and we must be grateful to Routledge for putting them back into general circulation. Just when it seemed that the great days of publishing were over, along comes this batch of masterpieces to disprove one’s gloomiest presentiments.” - John Banville, Irish Times
The Open Society and Its Enemies
The Myths We Live By
Sir Karl Popper was one of the foremost philosophers of the Twentieth century.
Mary Midgley is a moral philosopher and the author of many books.
Written in political exile during the Second World War and first published in two volumes in 1945, Karl Popper’s The Open Society and Its Enemies is one of the most influential books of all time. Hailed by Bertrand Russell as a ‘vigorous and profound defence of democracy’, its now legendary attack on the philosophies of Plato, Hegel and Marx exposed the dangers inherent in centrally planned political systems and through underground editions become an inspiration to lovers of freedom living under communism in Eastern Europe. $39.95 Pb, ISBN 9780415610216, NZRP$49.95 Publish April 2011, 896 pages Routledge Routledge Classics
Myths, as Mary Midgley argues in this powerful book, are everywhere. In political thought they sit at the heart of theories of human nature and the social contract; in economics in the pursuit of self interest; and in science the idea of human beings as machines, which originates in the seventeenth century, is a today a potent force. Far from being the opposite of science, however, Midgley argues that myth is a central part of it. Myths are neither lies nor mere stories but a network of powerful symbols for interpreting the world. The Myths We Live By reminds us of the powerful role of symbolism and the need to take our imaginative life seriously. $24.95 Pb, ISBN 9780415610247, NZRP$49.95 Publish April 2011, 240 pages Routledge Quantity Routledge Classics
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The Articulate Mammal
Bodies that Matter
An Introduction to Psycholinguistics
On the Discursive Limits of Sex
Ethics and the Limits of Philosophy
Judith Butler, University of California, Berkeley. In Bodies That Matter, renowned theorist and philosopher Judith Butler argues that theories of gender need to return to the most material dimension of sex and sexuality: the body.
Bernard Williams is the author of many influential books. Ethics and the Limits of Philosophy is not only widely acknowledged to be Bernard Williams' most important book, but also hailed a contemporary classic of moral philosophy.
Jean Aitchison, Worcester College, Oxford. A classic in its field for almost forty years, The Articulate Mammal is a brilliant introduction to psycholinguistics. $32.95 Pb, ISBN 9780415610186 Publish April 2011, 304 pages NZRP$39.95 9 780415 610186
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Professor Stanley Cohen, London School of Economics. Stanley Cohen’s classic account is an outstanding investigation of the way in which the media and often those in a position of political power define a condition, or group, as a threat to societal values and interests.
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Folk Devils and Moral Panics
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H.D.F Kitto (1897 - 1982) was a renowned British classical scholar. H.D.F Kitto argues that in spite of dealing with big moral and intellectual questions, the Greek dramatist is above all an artist and the key to understanding classical Greek drama is to try and understand the tragic conception of each play.
Georges Lefebvre (1877-1959) was one of the foremost historians of the twentieth century. Georges Lefebvre’s history is more than a biography; it is a brilliant survey of the turbulent age Napoleon inaugurated in his attempt to redraw the map of Europe, from the Peninsular War to the invasion of Russia.
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Georg Simmel (1858-1918) was one of the first generation of great German sociologists. In The Philosophy of Money, Georg Simmel provides us with a classic analysis of the social, psychological and philosophical aspects of the money economy, full of brilliant insights into the forms that social relationships take.
The Meaning of Style
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A Sketch for a Phenomenological Description Jean-Paul Sartre (1905-1980). The Transcendence of the Ego is one of Jean-Paul Sartre’s earliest philosophical publications and essential for understanding the trajectory of his work as a whole.
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The Transcendence of the Ego
Dick Hebdige, University of California. Dick Hebdige’s Subculture is a classic study of youth subcultures and the story of style, from Reggae and Rastafarianism to glam rock and punk.
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Society & Culture Christianity
Experiences of Freedom in Postcolonial Literatures and Cultures
Annalisa Oboe, University of Padua, Italy and Shaul Bassi, Ca’ Foscari University, Italy.
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Music, Nationalism, and the Making of the New Europe, Second Edition
J udaic S tudies
Philip V. Bohlman, Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hannover, Germany.
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Hosting the Stranger
Monarchy in Classical Jewish Literature
Yair Lorberbaum, Bar-Ilan University, Israel.
Richard Kearney and James Taylor, both Boston College, USA.
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Hosting the Stranger features ten powerful meditations on the theme of interreligious hospitality by eminent scholars and practitioners from the five different wisdom traditions: Jewish, Christian, Hindu, Buddhist and Islamic. By gathering thinkers from different religious traditions around the same timely topic of what it means to “host the stranger,” this text enacts the hospitality it investigates, facilitating a hopeful and constructive dialogue between the world’s major religions. $39.95 Pb, ISBN 9781441158086, NZRP$51.00 Publish April 2011, 176 pages Continuum Society & Culture Quantity
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To Be a Jew
Joseph Chayim Brenner as a Jewish Existentialist
The Basics, Second Edition
Avi Sagi, Bar-Ilan University, Israel.
Now in its second edition, Islam: The Basics provides an introduction to the Islamic faith, examining the doctrines of the religion, the practises of Muslims and the history and significance of Islam in modern contexts. Key topics covered include: the Qur’an and its teachings; the life of the Prophet Muhammad; gender, women and Islam; Sufism and Shi’ism; Islam and the western world; and non-Muslim approaches to Islam. With updated further reading, illustrative maps and an expanded chronology of turning points in the Islamic world, this book is essential reading for students of religious studies and all those new to the subject of Islam. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9780415584920, NZRP$36.00 Publish April 2011, 336 pages Routledge Quantity Society & Culture
Colin Turner, University of Durham, UK.
To Be a Jew deals with the question of the meaning and rationale that the writer Joseph Chayim Brenner attributes to Jewish existence. Many of Brenner’s readers assumed that Brenner completely negated Jewish existence and sought to form a new way of life completely disconnected from the traditional Jewish existence. Avi Sagi proves that not only did Brenner not reject the value of the Jewish existence, but the core of his creation was written out of a deep Jewish commitment. Brenner’s greatest innovation is found in his new conception of Jewish existence. $48.00 Pb, ISBN 9781441109736, NZRP$59.95 Publish April 2011, 240 pages Continuum Quantity Society & Culture
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T he B asics
Two decades after the fall of communism in Eastern Europe and one decade into the twentyfirst century, European music remains one of the most powerful forces for shaping nationalism. Using intensive fieldwork throughout Europe Philip V. Bohlman reveals the ways in which music and nationalism intersect in the shaping of the New Europe. The New Europe of the twenty-first century is more varied, more complex, and more politically volatile than ever, and its music resonates fully with these transformations. $67.00 Pb, ISBN 9780415960649, NZRP$85.00 Publish April 2011, 320 pages Routledge Quantity Society & Culture
W orld M usic S eries
Almost from the moment, some five centuries ago, that their religion was founded in the Punjab by Guru Nanak, Sikhs have enjoyed a distinctive identity. In her balanced appraisal, NikkyGuninder Kaur Singh reviews the history, theology and worship of a community poised between reconciling its hereditary creeds and certainties with the fast-paced pressures of modernity. She outlines and explains the core Sikh beliefs, and explores the writings and teachings of the Ten Sikh Gurus in Sikhism’s Holy Scriptures, the Sri Guru Granth Sahib (more usually called just the ‘Granth’). $39.95 Pb, ISBN 9781848853218, NZRP$45.00 Publish April 2011, 240 pages I.B.Tauris Publishers Quantity Society & Culture
Disempowered King studies the conception of kingship, and its status, powers and authority in Talmudic literature. The book deals with the conception of kingship against the background of the different approaches to kingship both in Biblical literature and in the political views prevalent in the Roman Empire. The king is flesh and blood; hence his authority and power are limited. He is a ‘disempowered king’. Disempowered King is the first book to offer a comprehensive study of kingship in Talmudic literature and its biblical (and contemporary) background. $59.95 Pb, ISBN 9781441140883, NZRP$75.00 Publish April 2011, 224 pages Continuum Society & Culture
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This volume offers culturally diverse responses to the contemporary idea of ‘freedom’ from the literatures and the arts of the postcolonial world. The book is divided into five sections that consider: resisting history and colonialism; the right to move and to belong; how to move beyond the borders of bodies; the right to believe in free futures; and imaginative freedom and critical engagement. Each section opens with an original piece of creative writing directly connected to the topics, from writers such as Alexis Wright, Caryl Philips, Chris Abani and Anita Desai. $67.00 Pb, ISBN 9780415591928, NZRP$84.00 Publish April 2011, 416 pages Routledge Quantity Society & Culture
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T he R obert
The Christian faith has the allegiance of one third of the human race. It has succeeded in influencing civilization to such a degree that we now take its existence almost for granted. How a provincial sect, with its seemingly outrageous ideas, became first the sanctioned religion of the Roman Empire and then, over the course of 2000 years, the creed of billions of people, is the improbable story that this book tells. Many introductions to Christianity are written by Christians, for Christians. This elegant textbook, by contrast, shows that the history of the religion, while often glorious, is not one of unimpeded progress, but something still more remarkable, flawed and human. $39.95 Pb, ISBN 9781848853836, NZRP$49.95 Publish April 2011, 288 pages I.B.Tauris Publishers Quantity Society & Culture
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Philip Kennedy, University of Oxford.
K ey S ociologists
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Real Common Sense
Christian Borch, Copenhagen Business School, Denmark.
Brian Kahn has worked as a ranch hand, college boxing coach, lawyer, conservationist, journalist, and writer.
Niklas Luhmann offers an accessible introduction to one of the most important sociologists of our time. It presents the key concepts within Luhmann’s multifaceted theory of modern society, and compares them with the work of other key social theorists such as Jürgen Habermas, Michel Foucault, and Zygmunt Bauman. The book pays particular attention to introducing and discussing Luhmann’s original sociological systems theory. It presents a thorough investigation into the different phases of his oeuvre, through which both the shifting emphases as well as the continuities in his thinking are shown. $62.00 Pb, ISBN 9780415490948, NZRP$78.00 Publish April 2011, 240 pages Routledge Society & Culture Quantity
Who are the true heirs of Tom Paine’s common sense ideology: conspiracy theorist pundits and Tea Partiers, or average working-class Americans? In Real Common Sense, award-winning public radio host Brian Kahn reclaims the true historical Tom Paine, and the great founding values of America. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9781609801267, NZRP$39.95 Publish April 2011, 128 pages Seven Stories Press Society & Culture
Open Minded Torah
Restorative Justice in Practice
Of Irony, Fundamentalism and Love
Evaluating What Works for Victims and Offenders
William Kolbrener, Bar Ilan University, Israel.
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William Kolbrener provides powerful - and often surprising - insights into how open mindedness allows for authentic Jewish commitment in an age otherwise defined by fundamentalism and unbelief. Open Minded Torah presents - on topics ranging from parenting a son with Down syndrome to Biblical criticism to Talmudic interpretation of dreams - a perspective on Torah which emphasizes scepticism, creativity and the need to embrace difference. Through a personal synthesis of Western and Jewish learning, popular culture and philosophy, Kolbrener offers a compelling new vision where being open minded allows for a non-dogmatic and committed Jewish life. $34.00 Pb, ISBN 9781441118660, NZRP$42.00 Publish April 2011, 224 pages Continuum Quantity Society & Culture
Joanna Shapland, Gwen Robinson and Angela Sorsby, all University of Sheffield.
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Principles and Practice
Jagbir Jhutti-Johal, University of Birmingham.
Susan Easton, Brunel Law School.
This new introduction to Sikhism aims to introduce this increasingly studied religion through the lens of contemporary issues. After an initial chapter providing an overview of the Sikh religion, its history and basic theological tenets, Jagbir JhuttiJohal moves through key contemporary themes, often overlooked in other introductions: Sikhism and women, diaspora, bioethics, and ethics and morality. She concludes with a final section looking at the future for Sikhism, and whether modern issues that are confronting the Sikhs, such as gender inequality, advances in science and technology, family life and homosexuality can be addressed and understood through a critical engagement with the Guru Granth Sahib. $34.95 Pb, ISBN 9781847062727, NZRP$45.00 Publish April 2011, 176 pages Continuum Quantity Society & Culture
Prisoners’ Rights: Principles and Practice considers prisoners’ rights from socio-legal and philosophical perspectives, and assesses the advantages and problems of a rights-based approach to imprisonment. At a time of record levels of imprisonment and projected future expansion of the prison population, this work is timely. The discussion in this book is not confined to a formal legal analysis, although it does include discussion of the developing jurisprudence on prisoners’ rights. It offers a socio-legal rather than a purely black letter approach, and focuses on the experience of imprisonment. $59.95 Pb, ISBN 9781843928089, NZRP$75.00 Publish April 2011, 328 pages Willan Publishing Quantity Society & Culture
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B A C K L I S T
B E S T S E L L E R
The Fashion Design Manual
Explorations in Media, Race, and Justice
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Restorative justice has made significant progress in recent years and now plays an increasingly important role in and alongside the criminal justice systems of a number of countries. In many cases, however, successes and failures, strengths and weaknesses have not been evaluated sufficiently systematically and comprehensively, and it has been difficult to gain an accurate picture of its implementation and the lessons to be drawn from this. Restorative Justice in Practice addresses this need, analysing the results of the implementation of restorative justice schemes. $62.00 Pb, ISBN 9781843928454, NZRP$78.00 Publish April 2011, 256 pages Willan Publishing Quantity Society & Culture
Jonathan Markovitz, University of California.
This book examines the crucial role the media has played in circulating and shaping national dialogues about race through demonstrations of crime and racialized violence. Jonathan Markovitz argues that mass media ‘racial spectacles’ often work to shore up racist stereotypes, but that they also provide opportunities to challenge prevalent conceptions of race, and can be seized upon as vehicles for social protest. This book explores a series of mass media spectacles revolving around the news, prime-time television, Hollywood cinema, and the internet that have either relied upon, reconfigured, or helped to construct collective memories of race, crime, and (in)justice. $59.95 Pb, ISBN 9780415883832, NZRP$76.00 Publish April 2011, 208 pages Routledge Quantity Society & Culture
The Fashion Design Manual 2 provides a comprehensive view of the creative process of designing and creating fashion. It shows how a designer works with fabrics, colours and shapes, and combines them with inspiration and new ideas to create garments that suit the mood of the times and allow the wearer to express their individuality. It invites the reader to tread the path of the designer, as their ideas are taken from sketch to sample, through production, onto the catwalk and, via the retailer, to the consumer. $85.00 Hb, ISBN 9781420256062, NZRP$100.00 Published January 2010, 176 pages Palgrave Macmillan Quantity Society & Culture
Pamela Stecker has extensive fashion knowledge, based on her years of experience as a designer, consultant, writer and educator in the industry.
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Business & Economics
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The Bonds of Debt
Richard Dienst, Rutgers University.
How to Earn Nothing and Learn Little in the Brave New Economy
In this timely book, cultural critic Richard Dienst examines the current condition of indebtedness from a variety of angles, ranging from the financial crisis and global poverty to media politics and radical theory. Written in an engaging and forceful style, the book draws upon a surprising array of materials, including Obama’s national security strategy, the architecture of Prada stores, press photos of Bono, and a fairy tale told by Karl Marx. Moving beyond the dominant pieties and widespread anxieties surrounding the topic, Dienst reconceives indebtedness as a social, economic, and political bond, where the crushing weight of objectified wealth comes face to face with new demands for equality and solidarity. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9781844676910, NZRP$39.00 Publish April 2011, 176 pages Verso Quantity Business & Economics
Ross Perlin has written for Time, Lapham’s Quarterly, and Open Democracy.
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BP and the Macondo Spill
Leading Smart Transformation
The Complete Story
A Roadmap for World Class Government
Colin Read, SUNY College at Plattsburgh.
Andrew Kakabadse University of Ulster, Ireland; Dr Ali Qassim Jawad, Abu Dhabi Department of Economic Development; Rabih Abouchakra, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Court; and Mohammed Omar Abdulla, Department of Economic Development (DED).
This is the complete story of the devastating BP oil spill of 2010. The author puts forward an objective account of what happened, a documentation of the true costs, not the hyperbolic costs, and an explanation of the science and business of the spill and its remediation. $59.95 Hb, ISBN 9780230293588, NZRP$69.95 Publish April 2011, 256 pages Palgrave Macmillan Business & Economics
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Third Edition Mark Wrice, specialist retail training consultant.
Dr Louis Brennan and Dr Alessandra Vecchi, both Trinity College Dublin, Ireland. This book looks at the space industry from a business perspective, with a focus on international competition. The space industry traces its origins to the middle of last century as a government/ military domain and the author now looks at the ongoing evolution of space exploration and travel, and projects the future of the industry. $59.95 Hb, ISBN 9780230231733, NZRP$69.95 Publish April 2011, 256 pages Palgrave Macmillan Business & Economics
A F amily B usiness P ublic ation
B E S T S E L L E R S
First Steps in a Retail Career
The Next Frontier of International Competition
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First Steps in a Retail Career, third edition, continues to be an invaluable introduction to the dynamic world of retailing. It provides a strong foundation for you to develop your skills and progress your career in the retail industry. The third edition is aligned to the new SIR07 Retail Package competency requirements and includes both updated information and competency criteria, providing a useful introduction to the concepts associated with working in the retail industry. Teachers and trainers will find this book valuable when used in conjunction with relevant curricula and competency-based teaching resources. $55.00 Pb, ISBN 9781420256314, NZRP$69.95 Published 2009, 274 pages Palgrave Macmillan Quantity Business & Economics
Inside the Multi-Generational Family
First Steps in Retail Management
9 Symptoms of Generational Stack Up and How to Cure Them
Mark T. Green, The Family Business Consulting Group, Inc.
The third edition of First Steps in Retail Management endeavours to cover all of the new responsibilities that individuals will have as a manager in a retail environment, as well as to extend the information covered in First Steps in a Retail Career, third edition. The text has been revamped to cover the new SIR007 package at level III and into IV. Together the two books fully cover the National Retail Competencies for levels II and III. Where appropriate and to avoid duplication, references are made to First Steps in a Retail Career, third edition for competency coverage. The chapters have been revised and updated and now include a best practice checklist. $65.00 Pb, ISBN 9781420256321, NZRP$79.95 Published May 2010, 432 pages Palgrave Macmillan Quantity Business & Economics
Mark Wrice, specialist retail training consultant.
This is an inside look at how familial relationships affect the success or the failure of the family business. The author’s message is simple: family businesses today are saddled with “generational stack-up,” or the convergence of several generations. A more comprehensive understanding of the dynamics of the family in the family business can move the multi-generational family business from chaos and conflict to true collaboration and improved performance. $34.95 Hb, ISBN 9780230111844, NZRP$47.00 Publish April 2011, 192 pages Palgrave Macmillan Business & Economics
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In the turbulence of recent times, how we run corporations has been examined from every angle. Corporations have proved adept at change; governments have stuck to established rules. The challenge is to put in place machinery to provide services in a way that resists the growth of bureaucracy. The need for SMART government could not be starker. $59.95 Hb, ISBN 9780230243729, NZRP$69.95 Publish April 2011, 224 pages Palgrave Macmillan Quantity Business & Economics
B A C K L I S T
The Business of Space
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Almost half of all internships are illegal under the Fair Labor Standards Act, and this mass exploitation saves firms more than $600 million each year. In this witty, astonishing, and serious investigative work, Ross Perlin takes the reader inside both boutique nonprofits and megacorporations. He profiles fellow interns, talks to historians about what unleashed this phenomenon, and explains why six US states and several European countries are debating legislation meant to rein in the intern boom $34.95 Pb, ISBN 9781844676866, NZRP$45.00 Publish April 2011, 272 pages Verso Quantity Business & Economics
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The Arts Changing the News
John Gill is a former senior editor of Time Out London.
The Forces Shaping Journalism in Uncertain Times
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Wilson Lowrey, University of Alabama, and Peter J. Gade, University of Oklahoma.
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The Duchess of Malfi
Sue Vice, University of Sheffield, UK.
A Critical Guide
Claude Lanzmann’s epic 1985 film Shoah is the distillation of more than 350 hours of footage gathered over eleven years. The film tells the story of the Holocaust through interviews with survivors of the extermination camps, bystanders who watched or participated in mass murder, and some of the perpetrators of genocide. In this insightful study, Sue Vice explores Shoah both as cinema and as an example of Holocaust representation. In addition, the author follows Lanzmann’s declaration that ‘Shoah is a fight against generalities’ in emphasising the importance of the detail in both dialogue and filmic technique. $24.00 Pb, ISBN 9781844573257, NZRP$29.95 Publish April 2011, 100 pages Palgrave Macmillan The Arts
Christina Luckyj, Dalhousie University, Canada.
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John Webster’s classic revenge tragedy The Duchess of Malfi was first performed in 1613 and published in 1623. This guide offers students an introduction to its critical and performance history, including recent versions on stage and screen. It includes a keynote chapter outlining major areas of current research on the play and four new critical essays presenting new critical positions that offer divergent perspectives on Webster’s religio-political allegiances and the politics and gendering of secrecy in the play. Finally, a guide to critical, webbased and production-related resources and an annotated bibliography provide a basis for further individual research. $39.95 Pb, ISBN 9780826441249, NZRP$51.00 Publish April 2011, 224 pages Continuum Quantity The Arts
Participatory Art and the Politics of Spectatorship
Giuseppe Verdi (1813-1901) is one of Italy’s most celebrated opera composers. Verdi’s Simon Boccanegra exists in two versions: that of the 1857 original and that of the 1881 revision. The texts of the libretto of both versions are included in this guide, with a number of essays which focus on the differences between the two. This edition contains over twenty illustrations, a thematic guide and the texts of the libretti in the original with literal translations. There is also a bibilography, discography and DVD guide, together with a list of websites that will allow the reader to explore the opera further. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9781847495433, NZRP$38.00 Publish April 2011, 184 pages Oneworld Classics The Arts
Artificial Hells is the first historical and theoretical overview of socially engaged participatory art. The book follows the trajectory of twentieth-century art and examines key moments in the development of the participatory aesthetic, in both Europe and America. In Artificial Hells Claire Bishop not only scrutinizes the claims for democracy and emancipation that the artists and critics make for the work, but also questions the turn to ethical (rather than artistic) criteria invited by such participatory and collaborative art. $34.95 Pb, ISBN 9781844676903, NZRP$45.00 Publish April 2011, 208 pages Verso The Arts Quantity
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World Cinema and the Ethics of Realism
John Berger is one of the most internationally influential writers of the last fifty years. The seventeenth-century philosopher Baruch (Bento) Spinoza spent the most intense years of his short life writing - and also carried with him a sketchbook. After his sudden death, his friends rescued letters, manuscripts, notes, but apparently didn’t find a sketchbook. For years, John Berger has imagined Bento’s sketchbook being found and when one day a friend gave John a blank sketchbook he began to draw: not to try and illustrate Bento’s thoughts, but drawing, in Spinoza’s company, from life today, and telling stories and asking questions. A book of images and words, Bento’s Sketchbook is an exploration of the practice of drawing, about where and to what it leads. $34.95 Hb, ISBN 9781844676842, NZRP$45.00 Publish April 2011, 128 pages Verso Quantity The Arts
Lúcia Nagib, University of Leeds.
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Traditional views of cinematic realism usually draw on the so-called classical cinema and its allegiance to narrative mimesis, but Nagib challenges this, drawing instead on the filmmaker’s commitment to truth and to the film medium’s material bond with the real. Starting from the premise that world cinema’s creative peaks are governed by an ethics of realism, Nagib conducts comparative case studies picked from world new waves. Drawing upon Badiou and Rancière, World Cinema and the Ethics of Realism revisits and reformulates several fundamental concepts in film studies, such as illusionism, identification, apparatus, alienation effects, presentation and representation. $39.95 Pb, ISBN 9781441165831, NZRP$51.00 Publish April 2011, 256 pages Continuum Quantity The Arts
O verture O pera G uides
Artificial Hells Claire Bishop, CUNY Graduate Center, New York.
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The editors have put together this volume to demonstrate why the prescriptions employed to salvage the journalism industry to date haven’t worked, and to explain how constraints and pressures have influenced the field’s responses to challenges in an uncertain, changing environment. Changing the News details the forces that shape and challenge journalism and journalistic culture, and explains why journalists and their organizations respond to troubles, challenges and uncertainties in the way they do. $59.95 Pb, ISBN 9780415871587, NZRP$76.00 Publish April 2011, 280 pages Routledge Quantity The Arts
C ontinuum R enaissance D rama
BFI F ilm C lassics
John Gill provides a revealing insight into Todd Haynes’ cult classic Far From Heaven (2002), the first single critical study of the film. Gill explores how Haynes confronts issues of race, sexuality and class in a surburban 1950s American neighbourhood, in a clear homage to director Douglas Sirk and his work of the period. $24.00 Pb, ISBN 9781844572878, NZRP$29.95 Publish April 2011, 128 pages Palgrave Macmillan The Arts
R outledge C ommunic ation S eries
Far From Heaven
Literature & Language Philip Roth
A Novelist’s Exploration and Guide
American Pastoral, The Human Stain, The Plot Against America
Mary H. Snyder, Cedar Crest College.
Debra Shostak, the College of Wooster, Ohio.
This book signifies an exploration into film adaptation from a novelists’ perspective, from the author working with a screenwriter, embarking on a journey to understand the implications of literature-to-film adaptation and the complexities and problems it raises. Using wellknown adaptations, the book will put forth an understanding of film and film analysis, as well as address literary analysis; though the crux of the book will be the introduction of an academic means for critical analysis of film adaptations. $39.95 Pb, ISBN 9781441168184, NZRP$49.95 Publish April 2011, 320 pages Continuum Literature
Philip Roth collects new essays by noted Roth scholars on three essential novels appearing in recent years, American Pastoral (1997), The Human Stain (2000), and The Plot Against America (2004). Focusing on such topics as ethnicity, race, the family, trauma, American history, historiography, fact vs. fiction, narrative form, and Roth’s literary antecedents, the essays in Philip Roth offer fresh readings of Roth’s penetrating explorations of the American self and the American scene. $39.95 Pb, ISBN 9780826422279, NZRP$54.00 Publish April 2011, 208 pages Continuum Literature
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The Romanticism Handbook Sue Chaplin, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK, and Joel Faflak, University of Western Ontario, Canada.
James Paul Gee and Elizabeth Hayes, both Arizona State University. In this book, linguist James Paul Gee and educator Elisabeth Hayes deal with the forces unleashed by today’s digital media, forces that are transforming language and learning for good and ill. They argue that the role of oral language is almost always entirely misunderstood in debates about digital media. Like the earlier inventions of writing and print, digital media actually power up or enhance the powers of oral language. Gee and Hayes deal, as well, with current digital transformations of language and literacy in the context of a growing crisis in traditional schooling in developed countries. $44.95 Pb, ISBN 9780415602778, NZRP$49.95 Publish April 2011, 160 pages Routledge Quantity Literature
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Richard J. Lane, Vancouver Island University, Canada.
Sarah Clarke Stuart, University of North Florida. From the moment that Watership Down made its appearance on screen in season one, speculation about Lost’s literary allusions has played an important role in the larger discussion of the show. Fans and critics alike have noted the many references, from biblical passages and children’s stories to science fiction and classic novels. Literary Lost teases out the critical significance of these featured books, demonstrating how literature has served to enhance the meaning of the show. It provides a fuller understanding of Lost and reveals how television can be used as a tool for stimulating a deeper interest in literary texts. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9781441140807, NZRP$39.00 Publish April 2011, 176 pages Continuum Quantity Literature
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Schopenhauer’s ‘The World as Will and Representation’
The Politics of the Siren
A Reader’s Guide
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Robert Wicks, University of Auckland, New Zealand.
In this concise and illuminating study, Jacques Rancière examines the life and work of the celebrated nineteenth-century French poet and critic, Stéphane Mallarmé. Rancière presents Mallarmé as neither an aesthete in need of rare essences and unheard-of words, nor the silent and nocturnal thinker of some poem too pure to be written. Mallarmé is the contemporary of a republic that is seeking out forms of civic worship to replace the pomp of religions and kings. If his writing is difficult, it is because it complies with a demanding and delicate poetics. $29.95 Hb, ISBN 9780826438409, NZRP$39.00 Publish April 2011, 112 pages Quantity Continuum Literature
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Schopenhauer’s The World as Will and Representation is widely considered to be one of the most important and influential texts in nineteenth-century German philosophy. The text provides an avenue through which to introduce and explore a rich assortment of philosophical themes and questions. This Reader’s Guide presents a concise and accessible introduction to the text, offering invaluable guidance on: philosophical context; key themes; reading the text; reception and influence; and further reading. $35.00 Pb, ISBN 9781441104342, NZRP$48.00 Publish April 2011, 192 pages Continuum Literature Quantity
R eader ' s G uides
Jacques Rancière, University of Paris VIII, France; translated by Steven Corcoran, University of New South Wales, Australia.
In this clear and structured volume, Richard Lane outlines: the history of Canadian literature from colonial times to the present; key texts for Canadian First Peoples and the literature of Quebec; the impact of English translation, regional literatures, and the Canadian immigrant experience; critical themes such as landscape, ethnicity, orality, textuality, war and nationhood; contemporary debate on the canon, feminism, postcoloniality, queer theory, and cultural and ethnic diversity; and the work of canonical and lesser-known writers from Catherine Parr and Susan Moodie to Robert Service, Maria Campbell and Douglas Copeland. $38.00 Pb, ISBN 9780415470469, NZRP$48.00 Publish April 2011, 240 pages Routledge Literature Quantity
R outledge C oncise H istories of L iterature
The Routledge Concise History of Canadian Literature
Viewing Television Through the Lens of Literature
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This is an accessible and comprehensive introduction to literature and culture in the Romantic period. It is a one-stop resource for literature students, providing the essential information and guidance needed from introducing the historical and cultural context to key authors, texts and genres. It includes case studies for reading literary and critical texts, a guide to key critical concepts, introductions to key critical approaches, and a timeline of literary and cultural events. Essays on changes in the canon, interdisciplinary approaches and current and future directions in the field lead into more advanced topics; and guided further reading enables further independent work. $49.95 Pb, ISBN 9781441190024, NZRP$54.00 Publish April 2011, 288 pages Continuum Quantity Literature
L iterature and C ulture H andbooks
Language and Learning in the Digital Age
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C ontinuum S tudies in C ontemporary N orth A meric an F iction
Analyzing Literature-to-Film Adaptations
Stylistics and Shakespeare’s Language
Jaehoon Yeon and Lucien Brown both, University of London.
A Comprehensive Grammar
Mireille Ravassat, Valenciennes University, France, and Jonathan Culpeper, Lancaster University, UK.
This innovative volume testifies to the current revived interest in Shakespeare’s language and style and opens up new and captivating vistas of investigation. The chapters in the collection capture a rich diversity of points of view and cover such fields as lexicography, versification, dramaturgy, rhetorical analyses, cognitive and computational corpus-based stylistic studies, offering a holistic vision of Shakespeare’s uses of language. $48.00 Pb, ISBN 9781441171726, NZRP$59.95 Publish April 2011, 240 pages Continuum Literature Quantity
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Mastering Arabic 1
The Complete Course for Beginners, Third Edition
Activity Book Jane Wightwick and Mahmoud Gaafar both have many years of experience in a combination of teaching, educational publishing and commerce in the Arab world.
This third edition of Colloquial Czech has been revised and updated to make learning Czech easier and more enjoyable than ever before. Specially written by an experienced teacher for self-study or class use, the course offers a step-by-step approach to written and spoken Czech. No prior knowledge of the language is required. By the end of this rewarding course, you will be able to communicate confidently and effectively in Czech in a broad range of everyday situations. $39.95 MP3, ISBN 9780415588270, NZRP$49.00 Publish April 2011 Routledge Language Quantity
Modern German Grammar Workbook
The Complete Course for Beginners, Third Edition
Third Edition Heidi Zojer, University College Dublin; and Ruth Whittle and John Klapper both University of Birmingham.
Carol H Rounds, Columbia University, and Erika Solyom, New York University.
Colloquial Hungarian is the ideal introduction to the Hungarian Language. Specially written by experienced teachers, the course offers a step-bystep approach to written and spoken Hungarian and covers a variety of modern everyday situations. By the end of this rewarding course you will be able to communicate confidently and effectively in Hungarian in a braoad range of everyday situations, both formal and informal. $49.95 MP3, ISBN 9780415567435, NZRP$61.00 Publish April 2011 Routledge Language Quantity
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Modern German Grammar Workbook, Third Edition, is an innovative book of exercises and language tasks for intermediate and advanced learners of German. The book is divided into three sections: section 1 provides exercises based on essential grammatical structures; section 2 practises everyday functions (e.g. making introductions, apologising, expressing needs); and section 3 contains realistic role-plays in short scenes, set in a range of different contexts. A comprehensive answer key at the back of the book enables you to check on your progress. $44.95 Pb, ISBN 9780415567251, NZRP$57.00 Publish April 2011, 176 pages Routledge Quantity Language
The World’s Major Languages
The Complete Course for Beginners, Third Edition
Boleslaw W. Mazur, retired; formerly at SSEES, University of London
This volume features over fifty of the world’s languages and language families. The featured languages have been chosen based on the number of speakers, their role as official languages and their cultural and historical importance. Each language is looked at in depth, and the chapters provide information on both grammatical features and on salient features of the language’s history and cultural role. This second edition has been updated and revised. Two new languages, Amharic and Javanese, have been included. $89.95 Pb, ISBN 9780415609029, NZRP$110.00 Publish April 2011, 912 pages Routledge Language
Edited by Bernard Comrie.
This new edition of the best-selling Polish course for beginners has been completely rewritten to make learning the language easier and more enjoyable than before. Written by an experienced teacher and author, Colloquial Polish offers a step-by-step approach to the language as it is spoken and written today. No previous knowledge of Polish is required. With all the language support you’ll need, Colloquial Polish will soon have you speaking, reading and writing Polish with confidence. $39.95 MP3, ISBN 9780415582001, NZRP$48.00 Publish April 2011 Routledge Quantity Language
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M odern G rammar W orkbooks
C olloquial S eries
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An exciting addition to the Mastering Arabic series from bestselling authors, this book provides varied and imaginative practice material for all beginners in Arabic. It works perfectly as a companion to Mastering Arabic 1, but can equally well be used alongside any introductory course. The book is selfcontained - there is no audio element. $24.95 Pb, ISBN 9780230282193, NZRP$29.95 Publish April 2011, 96 pages Palgrave Macmillan Language
P algrave M aster S eries
Colloquial Czech James Naughton, University of Oxford, UK.
Korean: A Comprehensive Grammar is a complete reference guide to Korean grammar. It presents a thorough yet accessible overview of the language, concentrating on the real patterns of use in modern Korean. The book moves from the alphabet and pronunciation through morphology and word classes to a detailed analysis of sentence structures and semantic features such as aspect, tense, speech styles and negation. Avoiding complex grammatical terminology, the Grammar provides practical information regarding how these grammatical patterns are used in real-world conversation. $96.00 Pb, ISBN 9780415603850, NZRP$110.00 Publish April 2011, 476 pages Routledge Quantity Language
C omprehensive G rammars
Literature & Language
Health & Lifestyle
Science & Environment
And Other Advice from Students Across the Country
Capitalism in the Age of Climate Change L. Hunter Lovins, Natural Capitalism Solutions, USA, and Boyd Cohen, CO2IMPACT.
Nínive Calegari is the co-founder of 826 Valencia.
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Be Honest presents the first-person stories of dozens of high school students from every ethnic group and financial bracket: a girl from an immigrant family is put in an ESL class even though her English is fluent; an African American boy talks about the social pressures that prevent him from asking his teacher for help; and a privileged private school student describes his transition to public school - and reports that he was able to learn more with the increased freedom it brought.Through these personal narratives, teachers and activists will learn an invaluable lesson: what the classroom looks like from the other side of the desk. $34.95 Hb, ISBN 9781595586094, NZRP$45.00 Publish April 2011, 240 pages Quantity The New Press Health & Lifestyle
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Drugs Handbook 2011
The Neuro Revolution
Glyn Volans, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, London, UK, and Heather Wiseman is a scientist with an interest in the prevention of poisoning.
How Brain Science is Changing the World Zach Lynch, Neurotechnology Industry Organization.
Providing a guide to prescribed and counter-bought medicines, the Drugs Handbook 2011 is essential for any practitioner involved in patient healthcare. With annual updates - such as the inclusion of a whole section on herbal medicines - this readerfriendly text is perfect for placement settings $44.00 Pb, ISBN 9780230284777, NZRP$56.00 Published December 2010, 256 pages Palgrave Macmillan Health & Lifestyle Available Now!
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Neurotechnology is accelerating the pace of change almost everywhere, from financial markets to law enforcement to politics to advertising and marketing, artistic expression, warfare, and even religious belief. The Neuro Revolution introduces you to the brilliant people leading this worldwide transformation for a unique insider’s glimpse into the startling future now appearing at our doorstep. From foolproof lie detectors to sure-fire investment strategies to super-enhanced religious and aesthetic experiences, the insights and revelations within The Neuro Revolution will foster wonder, debate, and in some cases consternation. $24.95 Pb, ISBN 9780312654887, NZRP$28.00 Publish April 2011, 272 pages Palgrave Macmillan Quantity Science & Environment
Your Daughter’s Bedroom
The View from Lazy Point
Modelling a Healthy Womanhood for Girls
A Natural Year in an Unnatural World
Joyce McFadden, psychoanalyst in private practice.
Carl Safina, Blue Ocean Institute.
In Your Daughter’s Bedroom psychotherapist Joyce McFadden argues that mothers loom large in the psyche of young girls and that, in their quest to create perfect daughters, mothers may be hurting them instead. By making offhanded comments that impair their daughter’s confidence or hiding facts about themselves as sexual women, mothers can unintentionally cause girls to feel isolated, left alone to confront their burgeoning sexuality during the most confusing time of their lives. Drawing on the personal testimonies of more than a thousand women, McFadden weaves together their stories about sexuality, self esteem, and the origins of their feelings. $34.95 Hb, ISBN 9780230103627, NZRP$45.00 Publish April 2011, 256 pages Palgrave Macmillan Quantity Health & Lifestyle
Beginning in his kayak in his home waters of eastern Long Island, Carl Safina’s The View from Lazy Point takes us through the four seasons to the four points of the compass, from the high Arctic south to Antarctica, across the warm belly of the tropics from the Caribbean to the west Pacific, then home again. He shows how problems of the environment drive very real matters of human justice, well-being, and our prospects for peace. In Safina’s hands, nature’s continuous renewal points toward our future. His lively stories grant new insights into how our world is changing, and what our response ought to be. $44.95 Pb, ISBN 9780805090406, NZRP$49.95 Publish April 2011, 416 pages Henry Holt and Company Quantity Science & Environment
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B E S T S E L L E R S
In Our Control
What We Leave Behind
The Complete Guide to Contraceptive Choices for Women
Derrick Jensen is an activist, philosopher, teacher, and leading voice of uncompromising dissent, and Aric McBay is a writer, activist, and small-scale organic farmer.
Laura Eldridge is a women’s health writer and activist.
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Climate Capitalism draws on dozens of case studies - from international corporations to small businesses, NGOs, and municipalities - to prove that a focus on innovative sustainability leads to profitability (and could help put humanity on the right course to confront climate change headon). In Climate Capitalism, L. Hunter Lovins and Boyd Cohen present the driving factors for new approaches to climate change and the resulting business opportunities across a range of sectors, including energy, buildings, transportation, and communications technologies. $34.95 Pb, ISBN 9780809034734, NZRP$47.00 Publish April 2011, 368 pages Farrar Straus and Giroux Quantity Science & Environment
In Our Control is the definitive guide to modern contraceptive and sexual health. Eldridge presents her meticulous research and unbiased consideration of our options in the intimate and honest tone of a close friend. Eldridge goes on to explore largescale issues that might factor into women's birth control choices, urging her readers to consider the environmental impacts of each method and to take part in a dialogue on how international reproductive health issues affect us all. $33.00 Pb, ISBN 9781583229071, NZRP$42.00 Published August 2010, 512 pages Seven Stories Press Quantity Health & Lifestyle
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Human waste, once considered a gift to the soil, has become toxic material that has broken the essential cycle of decay and regeneration. Here, award-winning author Derrick Jensen and activist Aric McBay weave historical analysis and devastatingly beautiful prose to remind us that life - human and nonhuman - will not go on unless we do everything we can to facilitate the most basic process on earth, the root of sustainability: one being's waste must always become another being’s food. $39.95 Pb, ISBN 9781583228678, NZRP$44.95 Published 2009, 438 pages Seven Stories Press Quantity Science & Environment
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