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Trade terms apply to the following trade titles Counterstrike
Kids Cook the World
The Untold Story of America’s Secret Campaign against Al Qaeda
Healthy, Easy and Affordable Family Meals
Eric Schmitt is a terrorism correspondent for The New York Times,and has embedded with troops in Iraq, Afghanistan, Somalia, and Pakistan. Schmitt has twice been a member of Times reporting teams that were awarded the Pulitzer Prize. Thom Shanker, Pentagon correspondent for The New York Times, routinely spends time embedded with troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.
New Internationalist has more than 30 years of experience publishing books, magazines, calendars and diaries on human rights and ethical issues. Foreword by the world’s greatest chef, Ferran Adriá
In Counterstrike, Eric Schmitt and Thom Shanker tell the story of how a group of analysts within the Pentagon, at spy agencies, and in law enforcement have devised and carried out an innovative and effective new strategy to fight terrorism, unbeknownst to most Americans and in sharp contrast to the war-mongering and cowboy slogans that characterized the U.S. government’s public posture. Adapting themes from the classic deterrence theory that worked so effectively during the cold war, these strategists have expanded the field of battle in order to disrupt jihadist networks in ever more creative ways. Filled with startling revelations about how American national security is being managed, Counterstrike will change the way we all think about the ongoing struggle with radical Islam. $34.95 Hb, ISBN 9780805091038, NZRP$44.95 Publish August 2011, 336 pages Henry Holt and Company Quantity Current Affairs
This healthy eating cookbook is aimed at encouraging young people to think about what they eat through emphasing the importance of a balanced diet. This cookbook contains kitchen tips and suggests vegetarian substitutes for the meat recipes. It features fabulous dishes from around the world, from jollof rice to fajitas, with easy-to-follow instructions and step-bystep colour photos throughout. The recipes are made with no-fuss ingredients found in most supermarkets. Alongside the recipes are fascinating facts and stunning photos on all the countries featured. Published by New Internationalist, which has experience in creating and selling well-received, useful and engaging cookbooks, and in partnership with the UK charity Solidarity Sports, whose community work is designed to help children reach their potential, Kids Cook the World aims to instil a passion for good, wholesome healthy food as well as a passion for life. $19.95 Pb, ISBN 9781780260389 Publish August 2011, 104 pages New Internationalist Cookery Quantity
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Cradle of Gold
The Roadmap to 100
The Story of Hiram Bingham, a Real-Life Indiana Jones, and the Search for Machu Picchu
The Breakthrough Science of Living a Long and Healthy Life
Christopher Heaney is a journalist who has written for The New Republic and The New York Times. A graduate of Yale University, USA, Heaney is currently a doctoral candidate in Latin American History at the University of Texas, Austin. He worked as a journalist in Peru for a year on a Fulbright fellowship.
Walter Bortz, M.D. is clinical associate professor of Medicine at the Stanford University School of Medicine and author of Dare to Be 100. He is past co-chairman of the American Medical Association’s Task Force on Aging and former president of The American Geriatric Society. Randall Stickrod is a long time science and technology publisher and writer, and the founding editor of Wired.
In 1911, a young Peruvian boy led an American explorer and Yale historian named Hiram Bingham into the ancient Incan citadel of Machu Picchu. Bingham made Machu Picchu famous, and his dispatches from the jungle cast him as the swashbuckling hero romanticized today as a true Indiana Joneslike character. But his excavation of the site raised old specters of conquest and plunder, and met with an indigenous nationalism that changed the course of Peruvian history. In this grand, sweeping narrative, Christopher Heaney takes the reader into the heart of Peru’s past to relive the dramatic story of the final years of the Incan empire, the exhilarating recovery of their final cities and the thought-provoking fight over their future. Heaney vividly portrays both a stunning landscape and the complex history of a fascinating region that continues to inspire awe and controversy today. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9780230112049, NZRP$39.95 Publish August 2011, 320 pages Palgrave Macmillan Quantity Popular History
This groundbreaking book is full of takeaway prescriptive advice which the world's millions of baby boomers will value. Top gerontologist and Stanford medical school professor Dr. Walter Bortz and co-author Randall Stickrod draw on new science and a thirty-year longitudinal study of centenarians to show that genetics plays a smaller role in aging than previously thought, and senility, dementia, and other diseases of the elderly, are largely preventable and not an inevitable consequence of aging. They also show that engagement, through sexual relationships, social interaction, and professional activity, is a key factor in long, healthy lives, and that physical fitness can recover at least 30 years of aging. Filled with in-depth insight and practical advice, The Roadmap to 100 gives you the power to control your own destiny and live well beyond 100. $24.95 Pb, ISBN 9780230112056, NZRP$29.95 Publish August 2011, 256 pages Palgrave Macmillan Quantity Health & Lifestyle
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Common as Air
Revolution, Art, and Ownership
Kay Wood, Bath Spa University, UK.
Lewis Hyde, Kenyon College, USA.
Everyone knows that education is important, we are confronted daily by discussion of it in the media and by politicians, but how much do we really know about education? Education: The Basics is a lively and engaging introduction to education as an academic subject, taking into account both theory and practice. Covering the schooling system, the nature of knowledge and methods of teaching, this book analyses the viewpoints of both teachers and pupils. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9780415589550, NZRP$39.95 Publish August 2011, 224 pages Routledge Education
Common as Air offers a stirring defense of our cultural commons, that vast store of art and ideas we have inherited from the past that continues to enrich our present. Hyde brings the past to bear on present matters, shedding fresh light on everything from the Human Genome Project to Bob Dylan’s musical roots. Common as Air allows us to stand on the shoulders of America’s revolutionary giants and to see beyond today’s narrow debates over cultural ownership. What it reveals is nothing less than an inspiring vision of how to reclaim the commonwealth of art and ideas that we were meant to inherit. $24.95 Pb, ISBN 9780374532796, NZRP$29.95 Publish August 2011, 320 pages Farrar Straus and Giroux Quantity Society & Culture
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Fifty Key Thinkers on Religion
Gary Kessler, California State University.
Sherrie Lyons, Empire State College, State University of New York.
Fifty Key Thinkers on Religion is an accessible guide to the most important and widely studied theorists on religion of the last 300 years. Arranged chronologically, the book explores the lives, works and ideas of key writers across a truly interdisciplinary range, from sociologists to psychologists. Thinkers covered include: Friedrich Nietzsche, Sigmund Freud, Emile Durkheim, Ludwig Wittgenstein, Mary Douglas, Talal Asad, and Søren Kierkegaard. Providing an indispensable one volume map of our understanding of religion in the west, the book is fully cross-referenced throughout and provides authoritative guides to important primary and secondary texts for students wishing to take their studies further. $39.95 Pb, ISBN 9780415492614, NZRP$49.95 Publish August 2011, 256 pages Routledge Quantity Religion
Evolution: The Basics is an engaging introduction to the history, development and science of the theory of evolution. Beginning pre-Darwin and concluding with the latest research and controversies, readers are introduced to the origins of the idea of evolution, the ways in which it has developed and been adapted over time and the science underpinning it all. Evolution: The Basics examines the role of evolution in current debates and discusses the possible future developments in the field. This book is invaluable reading for all students and individuals seeking to understand the wide ranging sphere of evolutionary theory. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9780415592260, NZRP$39.95 Publish August 2011, 256 pages Routledge Quantity Science
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Thomas E. Wartenberg, Mount Holyoke College, USA.
Gary Slapper, The Open University, and David Kelly, Staffordshire University Law School.
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A Book of Migrations
Rebecca Solnit is a contributing editor to Harper’s and she writes regularly for the London Review of Books and the Los Angeles Times.
Key Concepts, Second Edition Charles J. Stivale, Wayne State University, USA.
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Gilles Deleuze is now regarded as one of the most radical philosophers of the twentieth century. His work is hugely influential across a range of subjects, from philosophy to literature, to art, architecture and cultural studies. Gilles Deleuze: Key Concepts provides a guide to Deleuzian thought for any reader coming to his writings for the first time. This new edition is fully revised and updated and includes two new chapters. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9781844652884, NZRP$39.95 Publish August 2011, 256 pages Acumen Publishing Philosophy
In this acclaimed exploration of the culture of others, Rebecca Solnit travels through Ireland, the land of her long-forgotten maternal ancestors. A Book of Migrations portrays in microcosm a history made of great human tides of invasion, colonization, emigration, nomadism and tourism. Enriched by cross-cultural comparisons with the history of the American West, A Book of Migrations carves a new route through Ireland’s history, literature and landscape. $24.95 Pb, ISBN 9781844677085, NZRP$29.95 Publish August 2011, 208 pages Verso Travel / History
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Released in 1999, Fight Club is David Fincher’s popular adaption of Chuck Palahniuk’s cult novel, and one of the most philosophically rich films of recent years. This is the first book to explore the varied philosophical aspects of the film. Beginning with an introduction by the editor that places the film and essays in context, each chapter explores a central theme of Fight Club from a philosophical perspective. Topics discussed include: Fight Club, Plato’s cave and Descartes’ cogito; Moral disintegration; Identity, gender and masculinity; and Visuals and narration. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9780415781893, NZRP$39.95 Publish August 2011, 176 pages Routledge Contemporary Film Studies
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Law: The Basics introduces both the main components of the legal system and key areas of law to provide the uninitiated with an ideal introduction to law. Key questions to be considered include: How are laws made? How do judges decide cases? What is the exact role of the EU in the legal system? What are your rights and duties under contract law? What is a crime and what are criminal defences? Throughout the book, a wide range of contemporary cases are examined to relate key legal concepts to familiar examples and real world situations. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9780415568067, NZRP$39.95 Publish August 2011, 224 pages Routledge Quantity Law
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Feature Titles Humanity 2.0
A Student’s Guide to Writing World War II
What it Means to be Human Past, Present and Future
Sylvie Murray, University of the Fraser Valley, Canada, and Robert Johnston, University of IllinoisChicago, USA.
Steve Fuller, University of Warwick, UK.
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The Long Night
Why We Hate the Oil Companies
William L. Shirer and the Rise and Fall of the Third Reich
Straight Talk from an Energy Insider
Steve Wick has been a journalist for 30 years.
John Hofmeister joined Shell Oil in 1997 and served as its president from 2005- 2008.
When William L. Shirer agreed to start up the Berlin bureau of Edward R. Murrow’s CBS News in the 1930s, he quickly became both the most trusted and most determined reporter in all of Europe. He warned of the consequences if the Nazis were not stopped, all the while developing close ties to the party’s elite and maintaining contacts whose allegiances could not be won by other reporters, thus obtaining a unique perspective of the party’s rise to power. The Long Night fleshes out the details of the maverick journalist’s adventures in Europe, delivering a new, rich perspective on the Third Reich. $39.95 Hb, ISBN 9780230623187, NZRP$49.95 Publish August 2011, 288 pages Palgrave Macmillan Quantity History
Originally published within a month of the catastrophic Deepwater Horizon oil spill, Why We Hate the Oil Companies quickly established John Hofmeister as an indispensable expert, a straight shooter willing to challenge both the government and his peers in the oil industry. Here, unencumbered by political correctness, he shows what’s behind the seeming tone-deafness of the energy companies, as well as how politicians use distortions and disinformation to get and stay elected. With a new afterword about the legacy of the spill, this will be a must-read for the 2012 election season. $24.95 Pb, ISBN 9780230115941, NZRP$29.95 Publish August 2011, 272 pages Palgrave Macmillan Quantity Current Affairs
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New Directions in German Cinema
Did Somebody Say Totalitarianism?
Paul Cooke and Chris Homewood, both University of Leeds.
Four Interventions in the (MIS)Use of a Notion
German language cinema is again attracting attention at home and abroad and New Directions in German Cinema explores its developments since 2000. An international group of specialists on German film, society, culture, and politics together provide a wideranging study of this remarkable turn of fortunes. They examine just what German language film now has to offer, from the evolution of the so-called ‘heritage films’ which now dominate the country’s mainstream and which examine Germany’s problematic pasts - the Nazi, East German and terrorist legacies - to those which focus on the contemporary social reality of the Berlin Republic. $39.95 Pb, ISBN 9781848859074, NZRP$49.95 Publish August 2011, 320 pages I.B.Tauris Publishers Quantity Contemporary Film Studies
Slavoj Žižek, Institute for Social Studies in Ljubljana.
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Žižek looks at totalitarianism in a way that Wittgenstein would approve of - finding it a cobweb of family resemblances. He reveals the consensus view of totalitarianism, in which it is invariably defined in terms of four things: the holocaust as the ultimate, diabolical evil; the Stalinist gulag as the alleged truth of the socialist revolutionary project; the recent wave of ethnic and religious fundamentalisms to be fought through multiculturalist tolerance; and the deconstructionist idea that the ultimate root of totalitarianism is the ontological closure of thought. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9781844677139, NZRP$39.95 Publish August 2011, 288 pages Verso Quantity Philosophy
No Room of Her Own
Revolution at the Gates
Women’s Stories of Homelessness, Life, Death and Resistence
Žižek on Lenin: The 1917 Writings Slavoj Žižek’s books include The Sublime Object of Ideology, The Plague of Fantasies and The Ticklish Subject.
Desiree Hellegers, Washington State University.
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In this unique new book, two history professors team up to teach you not only how to think like a historian but how to write persuasively like one too. Intended for anyone being introduced to historical analysis and the basics of clear historical writing, the book examines the process of writing history from two different perspectives. The first is in a series of thoughtful essays on America’s involvement in WWII and how it has subsequently been portrayed. The second perspective offers a look into the process of writing itself. $24.95 Pb, ISBN 9780809085491, NZRP$29.95 Publish August 2011, 240 pages Farrar Straus and Giroux Quantity History
This collection brings together extended interviews with fifteen women who share the common experience of homelessness. The stories illuminate the part that gender roles play in ensnaring women in cycles of domestic abuse and homelessness. They speak to the physical stresses of homelessness, and the toll it takes on already weakened bodies. The stories challenge liberal myths about homeless people, and homeless women in particular, as vulnerable and dependent people worthy perhaps of sympathy but judged to be socially disorganized, disaffiliated and disempowered. $39.95 Pb, ISBN 9780230116580, NZRP$49.95 Publish August 2011, 272 pages Palgrave Macmillan Quantity Oral History
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The idea of a Lenin renaissance might well provoke an outburst of sarcastic laughter. Marx is OK, but Lenin? Doesn’t he stand for a monumental catastrophe that left an indelible mark on all of subsequent history and political thinking? Lenin, however, deserves wider consideration than this, and his writings of 1917 are testament to a formidable political figure. Žižek puts the 1917 writings in their historical context, while his extensive Afterword tackles the key question of whether this man can be reinvented in our era of “cultural capitalism.” $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9781844677146, NZRP$39.95 Publish August 2011, 352 pages Quantity Verso Politics
T he E ssential Ž ižek
T auris W orld C inema S eries
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Humanity 2.0 offers a sweeping overview of key historical, philosophical and theological moments that have shaped our understandings of humanity. Tackling head-on the taboos that have always hovered over the scientific study of humanity - race and religion - Fuller argues thar far from disappearing, they are being reinvented. He argues that these developments will force us to decide which features of our current way of life - not least our bodies - are truly needed to remain human, and concludes with a consideration of these changes for ethical and social values more broadly. $39.95 Pb, ISBN 9780230233430, NZRP$49.95 Publish August 2011, 288 pages Palgrave Macmillan Quantity Popular Anthropology
History & Philosophy Maksymilian Del Mar, University of Lausanne, Switzerland.
by Jean-Jacques Rousseau with Related Documents
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Jean-Jacques Rousseau’s Discourse on the Origin and Foundations of Inequality made him an outcast among fellow Enlightenment thinkers but stands today as one of the most important political texts in Western history. Helena Rosenblatt’s new translation, introduction, and selection of related documents help students comprehend why his criticisms of human nature, political hierarchy, and private property were so controversial in his time yet later were hailed as a foundation of democracy. $41.00 Pb, ISBN 9780312468422, NZRP$52.00 Publish August 2011, 224 pages Palgrave Macmillan Quantity History & Philosophy
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The Hegel Variations
Outcast Europe 1936 - 1948
On the Phenomenology of Spirit
Refugee Experiences in an Era of Total War
Frederic Jameson, Duke University.
Sharif Gemie, Laure Humbert, and Dr Fiona Reid, University of Glamorgan.
In this major new study, the philosopher and cultural theorist Fredric Jameson offers a new reading of one of Hegel’s most important and most difficult books: the Phenomenology of Spirit. $24.95 Pb, ISBN 9781844677047, NZRP$29.00 Publish August 2011, 136 pages Verso History & Philosophy
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A History of Denmark
The Tailor of Ulm
A Possible History of Communism
Knud J.V. Jespersen, formerly Royal Historiographer to H.M. the Queen of Denmark.
Lucio Magri became one of the leaders of Rifondazione Comunista in 1991.
Knud Jespersen traces the historical roots of the modern Danish state and Denmark’s international position. This revised, updated and expanded new edition features additional material on issues such as the Danish church, the Enlightenment, cultural history, World War II, current NATO debates and the 2006 “cartoon crisis.” $39.00 Pb, ISBN 9780230273429, NZRP$49.00 Publish August 2011, 280 pages Palgrave Macmillan History & Philosophy
Nineteen years have passed since the Italian Communists’ last Congress in 1991, in which the death of their party was decreed. It was a deliberate death, accelerated by the desire for a “new beginning.” That new beginning never came. In its place is the loss of one of the world’s most complex political, organizational and theoretical heritages. In this detailed and probing work, Lucio Magri, one of the towering intellectual figures of the Italian Left, assesses the causes for the demise of what was once one of the most powerful and vibrant communist parties of the West. $69.00 Hb, ISBN 9781844676989, NZRP$87.00 Publish August 2011, 432 pages Verso Quantity History & Philosophy
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A History of Poland
Tributary Empires in Global History
Peter FIbiger Bang and C.A. Bayly.
Anita J. Prazmowska, London School of Economics, UK.
Tributary Empires in Global History is one of a very select few to pioneer comparisons between the great historical empires of agrarian societies, such as the Roman, Mughal and Ottoman empires, and others. As such, it is an exercise in global and comparative history over time. It examines and interrogates our basic historiographical, theoretical and comparative models and conceptions about how large pre-colonial empires expanded, operated and declined. It illuminates tributary empires from diverse perspectives ranging from the character of the state and fiscal organisation, to imperial households, royal rituals, provincial societies as well as shared historiographical traditions and tropes. $46.00 Pb, ISBN 9780230308411, NZRP$58.00 Publish August 2011, 336 pages Palgrave Macmillan History & Philosophy Quantity
Anita Prazmowska provides a wide-ranging survey of Poland’s history, from early settlements, through the establishment of the Kingdom of Poland, to the present day modern state. This expanded second edition has been revised throughout in the light of the latest research, and brings the story right up to date. A new Bibliography also features. $39.00 Pb, ISBN 9780230252363, NZRP$49.00 Publish August 2011, 272 pages Palgrave Macmillan History & Philosophy
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The period of the ‘long’ Second World War (19361948) was marked by mass movements of diverse populations: 60 million people either fled or were forced from their homes. This book considers the Spanish Republicans fleeing Franco’s Spain in 1939, the French civilians trying to escape the Nazi invasion in 1940, and the millions of people displaced or expelled by the forces of Hitler’s Third Reich. Using case studies of displaced people and of relief workers, this book is unique in placing such crises at the centre rather than the margins of wartime experience. $46.00 Pb, ISBN 9781441102447, NZRP$58.00 Publish August 2011, 352 pages Continuum Quantity History & Philosophy
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C ambridge I mperial and P ost -C olonial S tudies S eries
P algrave E ssential H istories S eries
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Helena Rosenblatt, City University of New York, UK.
How will philosophy of law look in the 21st century? What principal concerns and central puzzles will animate future philosophers of law? What methods and resources will the next generation of legal philosophers draw and rely on? This collection answers these questions by offering 11 new, cutting-edge essays, by leading young scholars. Each chapter challenges long-held assumptions in the field, and thereby presents brand new research paradigms for the discipline. A substantial introduction describes each contribution and discerns general themes that will shape the future of legal philosophy. $44.95 Pb, ISBN 9780230276604, NZRP$58.00 Publish August 2011, 288 pages Palgrave Macmillan History & Philosophy Quantity
T he B edford S eries H istory and C ulture
New Waves in Philosophy of Law
N ew W aves
Discourse on the Origin and Foundations of Inequality among Men
Current Affairs & Politics China Engages Latin America
False Prophets of Peace
Tracing the Trajectory
Liberal Zionism and the Struggle for Palestine
Adrian H. Hearn, University of Sydney, Australia, and José Luis León-Manríquez, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana, Mexico.
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While the United States is preoccupied with the Middle East, what inroads is China making into Latin America? In China Engages Latin America, experts from three continents provide local answers to this global question. The authors explore the multiple motivations driving the establishment of new Sino-Latin American linkages, the nature of those linkages, and the reactions that they have generated. Enriching their analysis, they also examine how China-Latin America relations have developed over more than two hundred years. $97.00 Hb, ISBN 9781588267672, NZRP$123.00 Publish August 2011, 340 pages Lynne Rienner Quantity Current Affairs & Politics
Tikva Honig-Parnass is coeditor of the Jerusalembased journal Between the Lines. Long viewed as a humanistic, democratic, even socialistic tradition, this book examines the failure of the Zionist Left to provide a coherent challenge to Israel’s brutal occupation and apartheid treatment of Palestinians. This critique of Left Zionism argues a Jewish-only state cannot off er peace or justice for Palestinians, and Tikva HonigParnass instead makes the case for one state with equal rights for all as the only means to a just peace for Jews and Palestinians alike. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9781608461301, NZRP$38.00 Publish August 2011, 350 pages Haymarket Books Current Affairs & Politics
Citizens to Lords
The Next American Civil War
Social History of Western Political Thought from Antiquity to the Late Middle Ages
The Populist Revolt Against the Liberal Elite Lee Harris is the author of the critically acclaimed The Suicide of Reason: Radical Islam’s Threat to the West and Civilization and Its Enemies: The Next Stage of History.
Ellen Meiksins Wood has written many books, including Democracy Against Capitalism and, with Verso, The Pristine Culture of Capitalism, The Origin of Capitalism, Peasant-Citizen and Slave and Empire of Capital. Ellen Meiksins Wood’s innovative “social history” explores the ideas of canonical thinkers, from Socrates to Aquinas, as deeply engaged responses to the social conditions and conflicts of their time and place. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9781844677061, NZRP$38.00 Publish August 2011, 336 pages Verso Current Affairs & Politics Quantity
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Performance Information in the Public Sector
Eoin O’Malley, Dublin City University, Ireland.
C ontemporary S tates and S ocieties S eries
Wouter Van Dooren, University of Antwerp, Belgium, and Steven Van De Walle, Erasmus University Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
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This book is one of the first to bring together an international team of acclaimed academics focusing on how and whether politicians, public officials, and citizens use public sector performance information. Combining practical experience with academic analysis this book explores the social and organizational dynamics of performance indicators. It moves beyond the technicalities of measurement and indicators and looks at how performance information is changing the public sector. $53.00 Pb, ISBN 9780230309128, NZRP$67.00 Publish August 2011, 296 pages Palgrave Macmillan Quantity Current Affairs & Politics
The End of the Revolution
Politicians and Rhetoric
China and the Limits of Modernity
The Persuasive Power of Metaphor, Second Edition
Wang Hui, Tsinghua University, China. Challenging both the bureaucratic one-party regime and the Western neoliberal paradigm, China’s leading critic shatters the myth of progress and reflects upon the inheritance of a revolutionary past. In this original and wide-ranging study, Wang Hui examines the roots of China’s social and political problems, and traces the reforms and struggles that have led to the current state of mass depoliticization. From the May Fourth Movement to Tiananmen Square, The End of the Revolution offers a broad discussion of Chinese intellectual history and society, in the hope of forging a new path for China’s future. $28.00 Pb, ISBN 9781844673797, NZRP$35.00 Publish August 2011, 274 pages Verso Quantity Current Affairs & Politics
Jonathan Charteris-Black, University of the West of England, UK.
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This fully updated second edition analyses the rhetoric of three additional politicians - Barack Obama, Ronald Reagan and Enoch Powell - as well as revised accounts of the original six politicians to produce a comprehensive study of some renowned exponents of persuasion. It also contains a new chapter on the role of metaphor in political communication. This book explains how politicians' use of metaphors and myths create credible and consistent stories that help us to understand the rhetorical means through which persuasion occurs. $46.00 Pb, ISBN 9780230251656, NZRP$58.00 Publish August 2011, 352 pages Palgrave Macmillan Quantity Current Affairs & Politics
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In the last quarter century, Ireland has experienced dramatic political and economic change. This broad-ranging text provides an accessible and up-to-date introduction to Irish society, politics and culture, as well as developments in its economy and place in Europe and the world. $48.00 Pb, ISBN 9780230516700, NZRP$61.00 Publish August 2011, 240 pages Palgrave Macmillan Current Affairs & Politics
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Throughout their history, Americans have always challenged the definition of liberty, and this has allowed them to progress as a society. Harris argues that this debate is good and necessary, and that they must take this new populist uprising seriously if they are to defend their founding principles. A masterly and visionary work that weaves current events with philosophical investigation, this book rethinks Americans’ most elemental ideas of freedom in order to enable the people of the United States to face the challenges of our times. $24.00 Pb, ISBN 9780230114234, NZRP$30.00 Publish August 2011, 256 pages Palgrave Macmillan Quantity Current Affairs & Politics
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W orld G enerals
The Extraordinary Life and Achievements of the Greatest General of the Ottoman Empire
The Man Who Became a Rock Jason Shute is an acknowledged expert on immigrant communities in South Australia and on Henry Ayers.
Austin Bay is a retired colonel in the U.S. Army.
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Mustafa Kemal Atatürk was a Muslim visionary, revolutionary statesman, and founder of the Republic of Turkey. The West knows him best as the leading Ottoman officer in World War I’s Battle of Gallipoli, the Ottoman empire’s greatest victory. He went on to lead his people in the Turkish War of Independence, abolishing the Ottoman Sultanate, emancipating women, and adopting western dress. He became the only leader in history to successfully turn a Muslim nation into a Western parliamentary democracy and secular state. $34.95 Hb, ISBN 9780230107113, NZRP$44.95 Publish August 2011, 224 pages Palgrave Macmillan Quantity Biography
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The Motorcycle Diaries
From Venice to Naples and Beyond
Notes on a Latin American Journey
William Dean Howells (1837-1920) was one of the most influential writers of American fiction during the last quarter of the 19th century.
Ernesto 'Che' Guevara, with a preface by his daughter, Aleida Guevara.
When Abraham Lincoln appointed William Dean Howells Consul to Venice, the young writer embarked on a journey that would leave an indelible impression on his life and work. Howells lived in Italy for four years, from 1861, during the pivotal and tumultuous period of Italian reunification. Italian Journeys, Howell’s engrossing memoir of this time, describes his adventures across the country. Travelling by land and sea, Howells was inspired at every turn, as much by the fevered events of the time as by the cultural and historical wealth of the country. $24.95 Pb, ISBN 9781848855496, NZRP$29.95 Publish August 2011, 272 pages Tauris Parke Paperbacks Quantity Memoir
A New York Times bestseller, this is the book of the popular movie The Motorcycle Diaries, directed by Walter Salles and starring Gael García Bernal as the young Che Guevara - or Ernesto, as he was at the time. These lively and highly entertaining travel diaries are illustrated with photos from the original journey and mark the starting point of the young Argentine medical student’s transformation into one of the 20th century’s most enduring revolutionary icons. $25.00 Pb, ISBN 9781876175702, NZRP$29.95 Published 2003, 175 pages Ocean Press Memoir Quantity
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An American Heiress in the Nazi Resistance
Sherrill Brown Wells, George Washington University.
Sheila Isenberg is the author of several books and has appeared in many documentaries and on multiple media platforms.
How did Jean Monnet, an entrepreneurial internationalist who never held an elective office, never joined a political party, and never developed any significant popular following in his native France, become one of the most influential European statesmen of the twentieth century? How did he conceive of, and become instrumental in achieving, European integration? Addressing these questions, Sherrill Brown Wells’s political biography also offers insights into the role of the fledgling community of European states in establishing peace in war-ravaged Europe in the aftermath of World War II. $65.00 Hb, ISBN 9781588267870, NZRP$75.00 Publish August 2011, 290 pages Lynne Rienner Quantity Biography
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An American heiress turned resistance hero, Muriel Gardiner was an electrifying woman who impressed everyone she met with her beauty, intelligence, and powerful personality. Her adventurous life led her from Chicago’s high society to a Viennese medical school, from Sigmund Freud’s inner circle to the Austrian underground. Over the years, she saved countless Jews and anti-fascists, providing shelter and documents ensuring their escape. Gardiner’s astonishing story is told here for the first time in all its variety and unanticipated twists and turns. $39.95 Hb, ISBN 9780230615656, NZRP$49.95 Published December 2010, 256 pages Palgrave Macmillan Quantity Biography
Something Urgent I Have to Say to You
My Life in the PLO
The Life and Works of William Carlos Williams
Shafiq Al-Hout was one of the leading figures of the PLO, from its foundation through to the Oslo Agreement.
The Inside Story of the Palestinian Struggle
Herbert Leibowitz has been the editor of the literary magazine Parnassus since he founded it in 1973.
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This the first biography of Henry Ayers, which focuses attention on the complex character behind the name and examines all aspects of his life - from his humble origins in the naval city of Portsmouth in southern England, his migration to Australia and his career as a miner, businessman and eventually as Premier of South Australia. $59.95 Hb, ISBN 9781848855632, NZRP$69.95 Published December 2010, 288 pages I.B.Tauris Publishers Biography
The poet, doctor, and publisher William Carlos Williams lived one of the most interesting literary lives of the twentieth century. Herbert Leibowitz’s Something Urgent I Have to Say to You not only documents the exciting life of the man who rubbed shoulders with some of the twentieth century’s most important artists - including Marcel Duchamp, Man Ray, Wallace Stevens, and Allen Ginsberg - but provides a new perspective on the poetry that inspired a whole new movement in American verse. $49.95 Hb, ISBN 9780374113292, NZRP$59.95 Publish August 2011, 560 pages Farrar Straus and Giroux Quantity Biography
This is the inside story of the Palestine Liberation Organisation (PLO), from its beginnings in 1964 to the signing of the Oslo agreement in 1993. Taking us right to the heart of the decision making processes, this book explains the personalities and internal politics that shaped the PLO's actions and the Palestinian experience of the twentieth century. Although he was an insider, Al-Hout's book does not shy from analysing and criticising decisions and individuals, including Yasser Arafat. $44.95 Pb, ISBN 9780745328836, NZRP$58.00 Published November 2010, 328 pages Pluto Memoir
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Introducing our newest partners: Interlink Books - Changing the Way People Think About the World An independent publishing house established in 1987, Interlink Books publishes a general trade list of adult fiction and non-fiction with an emphasis on books that have a wide appeal while also meeting high intellectual and literary standards: Changing the Way People Think About the World.
A TRAVELLER'S HISTORY OF AUSTRALIA
A TRAVELLER'S HISTORY OF NEW ZEALAND
John H. Chambers was born in Queensland. He holds a Ph.D. from Columbia University and most recently was a visiting professor at City University of New York. This book outlines the history of that great southern democracy from the arrival of the earliest Aborigines some fifty or sixty thousand years ago to the present. The ancient Aboriginal way of life is described; early European sightings; and the establishment of the British convict colony in 1788, which dragged the continent into the modern world. The dynamic story of Australia in the twentieth century, its role in two world wars, the post-war discoveries of huge mineral deposits, its courting of Asia in recent decades, the return of vast areas of land to the Aborigines, and its confident cultural vibrancy in wine, food, film, and art are also examined.
John H. Chambers has passed more than half his life in Australia and has traveled extensively in the pacific. As a teacher in Australia, he taught New Zealand history as a special topic and has also worked in New Zealand. This book gives the curious tourist not only a modern-day portrait of New Zealand and the far-flung islands, their political systems, and economic diversity, but also looks at the early settling of this massive area which covers about a fifth of the surface of the earth. When European navigators first sailed into this region, they were astonished at the exotic shared culture and language of the natives, separated in some cases by terrifying stretches of open ocean. The story of the peopling of the South Pacific Islands and New Zealand is one of the world's great sagas. The book covers the whole scope of New Zealand's past and present history and allows the reader to make sense of what they see in a way that no other guidebook can.
AND THE SOUTH PACIFIC ISLANDS, SECOND EDITION
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AUSTRALIA: THE EAST
TOWARDS ONE WORLD
Les Beletsky is a professional wildlife biologist and university zoology teacher. Prior to taking up writing wildlife guides he conducted many years of field research on the ecology and behavior of birds. Australia is one of the few travel destinations worldwide where almost all visitors want to view wildlife kangaroos and koalas, of course, but, increasingly, other animals as well: parrots, bowerbirds, dangerous saltwater crocodiles, large ground lizards called monitors or goannas, and the colorful marine life of the Great Barrier Reef. In this book is all the information you need to find, identify, and learn about Australia's magnificent animal and plant life. Easy-to-carry, entertainingly written, beautifully illustrated—you will want to have this book as constant companion on your journey. It includes Identification and location information on the most frequently seen animals, with full-color illustrations of nearly 650 of Australia's most common fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals.
Warwick Ball, a Near Eastern archaeologist and author, has spent over twenty-five years carrying out excavations, architectural studies and monumental restoration throughout the Middle East and adjacent regions, having lived, worked and traveled in most countries between the Mediterranean and China. The Persian Empire was the first major eastern power to actually extend its borders into Europe. Yet Persia's foothold in Europe was tiny, distant and brief: of all the peoples from the East who entered Europe, the Iranian presence appears the least, covering little more than sixty years— Phoenicians, Arabs, Turks, Mongols, all remained longer or still remain. Furthermore, the contact is usually viewed in terms of conflict: the Graeco-Persian wars, the conquests of Alexander, the numerous wars between Rome and Iran. But Europe's contact with ancient Persia was neither short-lived nor conflicting: it was the beginnings of a complex interaction between East and West that continues to this day. This book explores that relationship.
ANCIENT PERSIA AND THE WEST
TRAVELLERS' WILDLIFE GUIDES
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ENDING THE US WAR IN AFGHANISTAN
IT'S EASIER TO REACH HEAVEN UNDERSTANDING THE PALESTINIAN-ISRAELI CONFLICT THAN THE END OF THE STREET
David Wildman and Phyllis Bennis. Analysts David Wildman and Phyllis Bennis examine a wide range of key issues regarding the U.S. war in Afghanistan. Is Afghanistan really going to become “Obama’s war”? What was the history of the U.S. in Afghanistan before September 11? What role does NATO play in the Afghanistan war? Do Afghans want the U.S. troops to stay in their country? Who are the Taliban? What is al-Qaeda? And, finally, what are the steps needed to end the war?
Phyllis Bennis. With straightforward language, Phyllis Bennis, longtime analyst of the region, answers basic questions about Israel and Israelis, Palestine and Palestinians, the US and the Middle East, Zionism and anti-Semitism; about complex issues ranging from the Oslo peace process to the election of Hamas. Together her answers provide a comprehensive understanding of the longstanding Palestinian–Israeli conflict.
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A PRIMER, THIRD EDITION
$14.95 Pb, ISBN 9781566566858, NZRP$19.95 2007, 208 pages
A JERSUSALEM MEMOIR
Emma Williams; foreword by Brian Urquhart. In August 2000 Emma Williams arrived with her three small children in Jerusalem to join her husband and to work as a doctor. A month later, the second Palestinian intifada erupted. For the next three years, she was to witness an astonishing series of events in which hundreds of thousands of lives, including her own, were turned upside down. Weaving personal stories and conversations with friends and colleagues into the long and fraught political background, Williams' powerful memoir brings to life the realities of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict. $24.95 Pb, ISBN 9781566567893, NZRP$29.95 January 2010, 412 pages
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Interlink - Food & Culture CAFÉ LIFE SAN FRANCISCO
A GUIDEBOOK TO THE CITY'S NEIGHBORHOOD CAFÉS Author Joe Wolff and photographer Roger Paperno collaborated on three Café Life guides—Rome, Florence, and Venice. San Francisco, nestled between the Pacific Ocean and the San Francisco Bay, is one of the best cities in the world for finding a fine neighborhood café to sit down in with a notebook (or a netbook) and a steaming mocha and artisan pastry. Explore all the neighborhoods of San Francisco—from the Mission to North Beach, from downtown to just north of the city, over the Golden Gate Bridge into Marin— through its homegrown cafés. Wolff and Paperno have been highly praised for their guides to café life: Wolff, for his portraits of the owners whose creative visions have made these unique places; Paperno, for his “richly evocative” photographs (Chicago Tribune). In this guide, Wolff and Paperno turn to the vital café life of their own beloved Northern Californian city, a place that, with its emphasis on the local, the organic, and the sustainable, has been teaching the rest of us how to eat and drink for a long time. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9781566568470, NZRP$39.95 June 2011, 160 pages NEW RELEASE Quantity
CARDAMOM AND LIME
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CAFÉ LIFE VENICE
A GUIDEBOOK TO THE CAFÉS AND BACARI OF LA SERENISSIMA Joe Wolff and Roger Paperno worked together on Café Life Rome and Café Life Florence in this series. The Café Life series takes you to its third Italian city - La Serenissima (the Most Serene Republic) - with Café Life Venice. Like predecessors Café Life Rome and Café Life Florence, it explores a select group of family-run establishments. However, because Venice moves to the stroke of its very own gondola paddle (voga), you'll be drinking less coffee, eating less gelato-and sipping more wine. This may be good news to some of you. The Venetians do love their wine, and you'll see them loving it at almost any time of day in one of the city's many bacari. The bacaro is a cross between a café and a wine bar, where you'll find locals knocking back an ombra (Venetian for glass of wine) and eating cichetti (tapas-like snacks) as they stand at the bar. This wine that they quaff like mineral water is usually lower in alcohol content-around 11 percent. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9781566567183, NZRP$39.95 2008, 192 pages
RECIPES FROM THE ARABIAN GULF
Sarah al-Hamad is a food writer who divides her time between London and Kuwait. This stunning book contains a wealth of delicious recipes that reflect the flavors and traditional dishes of the Arabian Gulf: Bahrain, Oman, Kuwait, Qatar, the United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabia. Little is known in the West about this rich cuisine. Cardamom and Lime provides readers with the inspiration to create these wonderful dishes. Throughout the book there are beautiful photographs and feature spreads to give a flavor of life in the Gulf, making this a unique and eye-opening introduction to this fabulous cuisine.
FAIRY TALE FEASTS
A LITERARY COOKBOOK FOR YOUNG READERS AND EATERS
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PORTUGUESE HOMESTYLE COOKING Ana Patuleia Ortins holds a degree in culinary arts and teaches Portuguese cooking in her own kitchen and at local colleges. Peppered with a lifetime of anecdotes from a passionate cook's years in a Portuguese culture, Portuguese Homestyle Cooking draws us into an immigrant kitchen where traditional culinary methods were handed down from father to daughter, shared and refined with the help of the family and friends who watched, chopped, and tasted. The recipes in Portuguese Homestyle Cooking are of dishes prepared as they were in Portugal-but with the measurements standardized and perfected and the commonly used ingredients and methods fully explained. Novices and experienced chefs alike will enjoy preparing these savory dishes. $39.95 Pb, ISBN 9781566564083, NZRP$49.95 $49.95 Hb, ISBN 9781566567268, NZRP$69.95 2008, 256 pages Quantity
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REGIONAL RECIPES AND STORIES
Nur Ilkin is a food writer, cooking instructor and co-author of A Taste of Turkish Cuisine. Sheilah Kaufman is a food writer, lecturer, cooking instructor and author of 26 cookbooks. Juliana Spear is a Massachusetts-based art director and freelance photographer. Inspired by the best of regional cooking, this unique and masterful collection of recipes shares a rediscovery of timeless authentic, healthful, refreshing, and easy-to-prepare Turkish dishes—from classics to lesser known family favorites, and even lost recipes. Written with a zest for food and culture, this book is packed with the delights of Turkey’s regions, from the Black Sea to the Mediterranean, from Europe to Asia, the Aegean to Anatolia. $49.95 Hb, ISBN 9781566567930, NZRP$69.95 June 2010, 347 pages Quantity
Tales retold by Jane Yolen, and recipes by Heidi E. Y. Stemple; illustrated by Phillippe Beha. From the earliest days of stories, when hunters told of their exploits around the campfire while gnawing on a leg of beast, to the era of kings in castles listening to the storyteller at the royal dinner feast, to the time of TV dinners when whole families sit for dinner in front of a screen to watch a movie, stories and eating have been close companions. So it is not unusual that folk stories are often about food. Jack’s milk cow traded for beans, Snow White given a poisoned apple, a pancake running away from those who would eat it, Hansel and Gretel lured by the gingerbread house and its candy windows and doors. Fairy Tale Feasts is more than a collection of stories and recipes. In it, Caldecott-winning author Jane Yolen and her daughter, Heidi Stemple, imagine their readers as co-conspirators. About the creation of the stories and the history of the foods they share fun facts and anecdotes designed to encourage future cooks and storytellers to make up their own versions of the classics. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9781566567510, NZRP$39.95 2009, 200 pages
THE TURKISH COOKBOOK
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Harold Heckle is a journalist and author. He works as a correspondent with an international press agency and contributes a wine column to the Spanish daily newspaper El Mundo. A long-term admirer of Spanish culture and an inveterate traveler, he is based in Madrid and has visited virtually all Spain's wine regions. Desmond Begg was a leading expert on the wines and spirits of Spain and Latin America. He studied Spanish and Modern History at the Universities of Oxford and Granada and contributed to numerous international wine magazines. Spain has more land under vine than any other country in Europe, and over the past thirty years has transformed its wine industry into one of the greatest in the world. Using a unique combination of native and imported grape varieties, Spain now produces a wide range of quality wines. Yet its wine regions and villages, many of which are located in unspoiled and remote areas, remain relatively unknown. The authors introduce the wine-loving traveler to these regions providing a background to their wines and leading bodegas, or wineries. $34.95 Pb, ISBN 9781566568418, NZRP$39.95 August 2011, 256 pages NEW RELEASE Quantity
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Palgrave Promotions Military History Packed with battles in the air and inspiring leadership tactics on the ground, Barrett Tillman tells the story of a terrifying, complex, and brilliant general. $19.00 Pb, NZRP$25.00 ISBN 9780230613966 2009, 224 pages Palgrave Macmillan
How did the armies of the United Nations co-operate in the final years of World War II to contain - and ultimately reverse -- Nazi expansionism? $49.95 Hb, NZRP$58.00 ISBN 9781848853089 January 2011, 272 pages I.B. Tauris
9 780230 613966 9 781848 853089 In this masterful biography, Alexander the Great’s influence on the course of cultural and political history and the scope of his military prowess remains awe-inspiring to this day. $33.00 Hb, NZRP$42.00 ISBN 9780230619159 April 2010, 224 pages Palgrave Macmillan
This is the story of D-Day, told through the voices of over 1,000 survivors -from high-ranking Allied and German officers, to the paratroopers who landed in Normandy before dawn. $31.00 Pb, NZRP$39.00 ISBN 9781848853874 September 2010, 352 pages I.B. Tauris
One of the first proponents of a new dimension in warfare the Air Force - MacArthur was also unmatched historically for his management of peace during the U.S. occupation of Japan. $19.00 Pb, NZRP$25.00 ISBN 9780230613973 2009, 224 pages Palgrave Macmillan
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‘The Desert Fox’, the most famous German field marshall in World War II and Hitler’s favorite general, Erwin Rommel. This text explains why Rommel’s battlefield strategy and tactics should be studied by today’s leaders. $33.00 Hb, NZRP$42.00 ISBN 9780230609082 2009, 224 pages Palgrave Macmillan
The covert, clandestine operations of the Special Air Service (SAS) regiment have always been the focus of intense fascination, stoked by the regiment’s ‘closed’ organization and secretive activities. Essential reading for enthusiasts of military history. $29.95 Pb, NZRP$38.00 ISBN 9781848855663 November 2010, 224 pages I.B.Tauris
How do the soldiers who carry out the American occupations see their missions? Dahr Jamail’s comprehensive study of today’s military resisters sheds new light on the contours of dissent within the ranks of the world’s most powerful military. $29.95 Hb, NZRP$38.00 ISBN 9781931859882 2009, 230 pages Haymarket Books
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In 1972, the United States was embroiled in an unpopular war in Vietnam, and the USS Kitty Hawk was headed to her station in the Gulf of Tonkin. Its five thousand men, cooped up for the longest at-sea tour of the war, rioted. With action pulled straight from a high seas thriller, Gregory A. Freeman uses eyewitness accounts and a careful and unprecedented examination of the navy’s records to refute the official story of the incident. $24.95 Pb, NZRP$29.95 ISBN 9780230103399 November 2010, 272 pages Palgrave Macmillan Qty
9 780230 609082 Nick Turse brings together a range of leading analysts to discover America’s real motives and likely prospects for Obama's "just war". $23.00 Pb, NZRP$29.00 ISBN 9781844674510 August 2010, 208 pages Verso
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Interlink - Travel & Culture CALIFORNIA
A PHOTOGRAPHIC JOURNEY TO THE ROOF OF AFRICA
Victor Silverman is an Emmy-winning filmmaker and historian. He teaches at Pomona College. Laurie Glover is a poet and essayist. She teaches at UC Davis. From the European conquest to today’s economic crisis, Californians have experienced tumultuous growth and painful conflicts. Like the grinding of tectonic plates that has produced the state’s very landscape, these encounters, disputes, and transformations have continuously made and remade California. California: On-the-Road History doesn’t relate the cleaned-up tale of the California dream that school textbooks and the tourism commission tell. Rather it presents the sometimes bitter, sometimes triumphant history behind the California myth. Included are recommended museums, state parks, and other attractions, alongside literary excerpts from local authors who give readers a sense of California in different eras. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9781566568098, NZRP$39.95 October 2011, 320 pages Quantity
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DISCOVERING THE LEBANON MOUNTAIN TRAIL Hana El-Hibri began her mountaineering career with a 30-day expedition in Wyoming, and her writing career on a 30-day trek in Lebanon. Norbert Schiller has been one of the most sought after news photographers in the Middle East for the last three decades. Hana El-Hibri and her fellow hikers were the first to walk the length of Lebanon from north to south, and her up-close account of the month-long journey is accompanied by Norbert Schiller’s superb photos, capturing the region’s diverse wildlife, its stunning scenery and the colorful characters that live there. $89.95 Hb, ISBN 9781566568395, NZRP$114.00 2009, 128 pages Quantity
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A HISTORICAL AND ARCHITECTURAL GUIDE, THIRD EDITION
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THE ROME GUIDE
STEP BY STEP THROUGH THE ART, CULTURE, AND HISTORY OF THE ETERNAL CITY
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A TRAVELLER'S HISTORY OF CROATIA Benjamin Curtis is a professor of European history and politics at the University of Seattle. A Traveller's History of Croatia offers tourists and travellers an inside look at the complex roots of Croatian history and the many influences they will see on its towns, ports and islands. After a look at how its geography and geology have shaped the nation, a fascinating story unfolds explaining its past: why there are so many Greek and Roman archaeological remains, the coming of Christianity, the sad tale of how the early blooming of the Croatian state in the 9th century was thwarted by its subsequent partition and absorption into the Venetian, Habsburg and Ottoman Empires and the tortuous struggle for sovereignty in the nineteenth century.
Hanan Karaman Munayyer, a Palestinian-American, is co-founder and president of the Palestinian Heritage Foundation. She has researched and lectured on Palestinian textile arts for over twenty years. Based on over twenty-five years of extensive field research and the culling of museum resources and publications from around the world, this book presents the most exhaustive and up-to-date study of the origins of Palestinian embroidery and costume-from antiquity through medieval Arab textile arts to the present. It documents region by region the evolution of costume and the textile arts in Palestine in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. It is lavishly illustrated with over 500 full-color photographs from the highly praised Munayyer Collection, which includes a whole range of embroidered textiles from traditional costumes and coin headdresses of Palestinian village women to cloaks and jackets worn by village men to belts, sashes, and footwear. $300.00 Hb, ISBN 9781566568258, NZRP$380.00 May 2011, 576 pages NEW RELEASE REFERENCE FIRM SALE Quantity
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UNEXPECTED NEW YORK
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TRADITIONAL PALESTINIAN COSTUME
Warwick Ball is a Near Eastern archaeologist and author who spent over thirty years carrying out excavations, architectural studies and monumental restoration throughout the Middle East and adjacent regions. With lucid and informative text, this book reconsiders the history and heritage of Syria and surveys the major sites, making a strong case for reassessing its importance in our perception of the growth of civilization out of the Middle East. With its many site plans and maps, readable text and 96 color plates, it makes available the immensely wealthy history, archaeology and architecture of Syria to the general reader and the interested traveler. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9781566566650, NZRP$39.95 2006, 272 pages Quantity
Michel Moushabeck, a writer, editor, publisher and musician, and Hiltrud Schulz, a freelance travel photographer, have been hiking together for nearly a decade. Moushabeck and Schulz invite you along as they explore and climb Mount Kilimanjaro. In this book they capture the essence of this majestic mountain with over 200 full-color photographs and an engaging and entertaining narrative that smoothly ties together personal observations with the mountain’s history, its people, and its ecology.
Mauro Lucentini, a native of Rome, has had a distinguished career as a foreign correspondent stationed in New York, London, and Washington, DC for leading Italian newspapers. He has published books on art, history and politics, as well as numerous articles in magazines on both sides of the Atlantic. This book was written in collaboration with his family. He lives in New York City. Written by one of Italy's most distinguished journalists, this guidebook-a favorite in Italy and Germany-combines vivid, engaging descriptions and background with great practicality and enormous breadth of knowledge. A book both for people visiting Rome for the first time and for those who find themselves frustrated by the city's sheer complexity, this is an utterly reliable and accessible companion that brings the staggering riches of the Eternal City to vivid life. Comprehensive in scope, but plotted with both precision and panache, it will help any visitor make the most of even the briefest time in Rome.
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Sandy Miller is the author of Café Life New York. Juliana Spear photographed Café Life Paris, Café Life New York, Romantic Paris, and Steeped in the World of Tea. Unexpected New York is about places, activities, events, and entities in New York City that surprise. These are not secret or hidden, nor necessarily off the beaten track, just not what the words New York City immediately call to mind. But perhaps the unexpected aspects of New York are what truly make its world-class diversity. If not quintessential New York, nonetheless, essential. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9781566568050, NZRP$39.95 June 2010, 128 pages Quantity
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Interlink - Travel & Culture DAMASCUS NIGHTS
THE LAMPPOST DIARY
Rafik Schami was born in Damascus in 1946, came to Germany in 1971 and studied chemistry in Heidelberg. Today he is the most successful German-speaking Arabic writer. His novels have been translated into 21 languages and received numerous international awards. His bestselling novel The Dark Side of Love (Interlink, 2009) received a starred review in Publishers Weekly and was selected by PW as a Favorite Summer Read. The time is present-day Damascus, and Salim the coachman, the city's most famous storyteller, is mysteriously struck dumb. To break the spell, seven friends gather for seven nights to present Salim with seven wondrous "gifts"-seven stories of their own design. Upon this enchanting frame of tales told in the fragrant Arabian night, the words of the past grow fainter, as ancient customs are yielding to modern turmoil. While the hairdresser, the teacher, the wife of the locksmith sip their tea and pass the water pipe, they swap stories about the magical and the mundane: about djinnis and princesses, about contemporary politics and the difficulties of bargaining in a New York department store. And as one tale leads to another... and another... all of Damascus appears before your eyes, along with a vision of storytelling-and talk-as the essence of friendship, of community, of life. $22.95 Pb, ISBN 9781566568319, NZRP$29.95 9 781566 568319
Agop J. Hacikyan is a Canadian writer of Armenian descent. He is the author of several books on literature and linguistics as well as five novels, including the international bestseller A Summer without Dawn (Interlink, 2010). He lives in Montreal. For young Tomas, nothing in Istanbul is certain, except for the lamppost that he touches every day for luck on his way to school. World War Two rages, the specter of the Armenian genocide haunts his parents and he is unsure of the affections of his neighbor Anya, the daughter of White Russian émigrés. Anya and Tomas fall in love. Ten years on, Anya is in the United States studying medicine while Tomas tries to scrape together enough money to join her. He becomes the editor of a new literary magazine, and things seem to be going his way until one of his writers is brutally murdered, apparently because of a story Tomas has published. Can Tomas flee the country and rejoin Anya before getting caught up in the murder investigation?
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LUNAR SAVINGS TIME Alex Epstein is the author of seven works of fiction in Hebrew, and in 2003 received the Israeli prime minister’s prize for literature. Becka Mara McKay is the author of the poetry collection A Meteorologist in the Promised Land and the translator of Alex Epstein’s Blue Has No South. The stories in Lunar Savings Time slip through time and between dreams and waking, between native tongue and elusive translation, long-dead writers and just-opened books. Alex Epstein has created a masterwork in the finest strokes—stories in which humor, stubborn memory, and strange beauty meet and part ways in less than a page. Through these pages journey a woman who travels back in time to visit a psychoanalyst; Kafka, had he lived and emigrated to Israel after the Holocaust; the wandering Cain; the siege of Leningrad; Zen masters, beggars, writers, ghosts. In Epstein’s lyrical philosophy, every imaginative proposition must answer to the burden of history—or perhaps, for every moon, there’s rain; for every love story, the fact of time. . $22.95 Pb, ISBN 9781566568524, NZRP$29.95 May 2011, 128 pages Quantity NEW RELEASE
ALMOND BLOSSOMS AND BEYOND Mahmoud Darwish; translated by Mohammad Shaheen. $22.95 Pb, ISBN 9781566567770 2009, 128 pages NZRP$29.95 Qty Poetry
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Sunetra Gupta’s previous four novels have been awarded the Sahitya Akademi Award, the Southern Arts Literature Prize, shortlisted for the Crossword Award, and long listed for the Orange Prize. Sunetra was born in Calcutta and now lives in Oxford, where she is a professor of theoretical epidemiology at Oxford University. After years of absence, American travel writer Max Gate returns to Bengal, to the beach home of his longtime friend, the businessman Byron Mallick. The occasion is a funeral: for Damini, fervent investigative journalist and founder of a women’s shelter, with whom Max once collaborated, until ultimately she scorned the book he wrote on their work together. It is irrefutable that Byron Mallick donated not milk, but milk adulterated with chalk, to the women and children at Damini’s shelter—but did he also, to save his reputation, have her killed? The weight of this question burdens each character in this intricate, superbly crafted novel—Max; his former brother-in-law Piers O’Reilly, convinced of Byron’s guilt; and Damini’s cousin and Byron’s former ward Ela, whose affair with Max has haunted both their lives, ending his marriage and setting him unaccountably adrift. Sunetra Gupta’s consummate prose recreates the ache and complication of memory, as Max considers the tantalizing ambiguities of each of their pasts, the exquisite layers of emotion and action out of which, perhaps, the truth about Byron may be revealed. $24.95 Pb, ISBN 9781566568531, NZRP$29.95 March 2011, 320 pages Quantity NEW RELEASE
BLUE HAS NO SOUTH Alex Epstein; translated by Becka Mara McKay. $22.95 Pb, ISBN 9781566568067 April 2010, 224 pages NZRP$29.95 Qty
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THE LIFE AND MEMOIRS OF DR. PI Edgar Bayley; translated by Emily Toder. $22.95 Pb, ISBN 9781566568371 September 2010, 144 pages NZRP$29.95 Qty
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NEWS FROM HOME
Margarita Karapanou; translated by Karen Emmerich.
Radwa Ashour; translated from the Arabic by Barbara Romaine.
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A SUMMER WITHOUT DAWN
Agop J. Hacikyan & Jean-Yves Soucy; translated by Christina Le Vernoy & Joyce Bailey.
$22.95 Pb, ISBN 9781566568333 July 2010, 268 pages NZRP$29.95
Adania Shibli; translated by Paula Haydar.
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Macmillan Art Publishing Contemporary Australian Drawing 1 Janet McKenzie: with contributions by Irene Barberis and Christopher Heathcote Scotland-based Dr Janet McKenzie, long-term deputy editor of the renowned art journal Studio International, first published on Australian drawing with Macmillan back in 1986. Twenty-one years later she met Dr Irene Barberis, an Australian artist who was in the UK representing ‘Metasenta’, an international arts research organisation focused on drawing and based at Melbourne’s RMIT University. Dr Christopher Heathcote's contribution also focuses on the teaching of drawing in Australia.
Janet McKenzie visited Australia in 2008 to update her research and exercise a global perspective on the current state of drawing in this country. Her book introduces works by 78 selected artists from across the country. They include prominent figures such as Peter Booth, Allan Mitelman, John Olsen, Mirka Mora, Mike Parr, Kevin Lincoln, Jenny Watson, Jan Senbergs and Wendy Stavrianos, among many others. Recognition of the importance of drawing has sometimes wavered in recent times, but most artists would agree that drawing, in whatever medium and however it is executed, is an essential process in the development of ideas leading to creative outcomes. Often, as art history suggests and this book demonstrates, drawing can be an art in and of itself.
This timely account of the art of drawing in Australia is lavishly illustrated and will have wide appeal.
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Vivienne Shark Le Witt William Kelly
Philip Wilson Publishers An Artist’s Village
Court On Canvas
G.F. and Mary Watts in Crompton
Tennis in Art
Mark Bills is curator of Watts Gallery. Formerly he was senior curator of paintings, prints and drawings at the Museum of London and visual arts officer at the Russell-Cotes Art Gallery and Museum.
Ann Sumner, with Kenneth McConkey, Robert Holland, and Susan Elks.
The book tells the story of the impact of G.F. Watts, a major nineteenth-century artist, and his wife Mary Watts on Compton, a small village in Surrey which became their artists’ retreat and where they built the Watts Gallery, the Compton pottery, and the extraordinary Cemetery Chapel. $44.95 Pb, ISBN 9780856676963, NZRP$54.95 Publish August 2011, 150 pages Philip Wilson Publishers Art
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Court on Canvas: Tennis in Art celebrates the origins of the game in Birmingham and explores the ways in which tennis has inspired artists from the mid-nineteenth century onwards. The book guides us from the origins of the game as a genteel pastime for the upper classes, through its codification as a sport, to the international high-earning power game of today. It illustrates the changes in fashion associated with the sport and the important role tennis played in the emancipation of women in the early part of the twentieth century. $44.95 Pb, ISBN 9780856677069, NZRP$54.95 Publish August 2011, 176 pages Philip Wilson Publishers Quantity Art
Fiction The Caine Prize for African Writing 2011
Villa Pacifica Kapka Kassabova is the author of two novels, four poetry collections and two travel guides.
The Caine Prize is the leading African literary award, known as the African Booker, as it is named after the Booker Prize founder, Michael Caine. Now in its twelfth year, the Caine Prize for African Writing is Africa’s leading literary prize, and is awarded to a short story by an African writer published in English, whether in Africa or elsewhere. This collection brings together the five 2011 shortlisted stories, along with stories written at the Caine Prize Writers’ Workshop, taking place in Spring 2011. $19.95 Pb, ISBN 9781906523862, NZRP$24.95 Publish August 2011, 224 pages New Internationalist Fiction Quantity
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As Ute and her husband Jerry travel to a remote area on the west coast of South America, they decide to visit a recently established eco retreat called Villa Pacifica. When a huge storm descends on the coast, travellers and locals are left to fend for themselves. The hot-house world that teems below the surface of Villa Pacifica rises to engulf everyone. Madness begins to take hold, and everybody starts questioning themselves and their own sanity. Brilliantly written, hauntingly atmospheric, Villa Pacifica, Kapka Kassabova’s stunning new novel, will leave a lasting impression in the minds of its readers. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9781846881510 Publish August 2011, 320 pages Alma Fiction Quantity
A Recent Release from Alma Books Two Cows and a Vanful of Smoke Peter Benson. A tale of adventure with as many twists and turns as the enchanting Somerset landscape that forms its backdrop, Two Cows and a Vanful of Smoke is, above all, a celebration of the English countryside – full of magic, history and superstition – where smoke is in the air, and where not all is what it seems. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9781846881367, NZRP$34.95 Published June 2011, 250 pages Alma Quantity
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Peter Benson writes about the influences and inspiration behind Two Cows and a Vanful of Smoke: Inspiration is strange stuff – for some writers it comes like a lightning bolt, but for me it smoulders, usually for months, sometimes for longer. And with my new novel, Two Cows and a Vanful of Smoke, it smouldered for years. The first seed was sown in 1976 (the year in which the novel is set) in an isolated village called Ashbrittle in Somerset, England (the village in which the novel is set) during the longest period of drought the country had experienced for decades. This seed then spent a long time in the dark, waiting for a chink of light that might germinate it. And this happened four years ago. I was out for a walk, exploring some of the woods near my home, when I came upon the remains of a polytunnel, one of those arched greenhouse structures farmers use to grow salad crops. Most of the polythene had rotted away, the supports were broken, and the shelves and beds where the vegetables grew had disappeared. But as I wandered through these remains, the thought occurred to me – why would anyone want to erect a polytunnel in the middle of a wood? There was poor light, water would have to be transported for miles, the risk of theft was great… and so the seed sprouted. In 1976, living in an isolated village in the middle of nowhere, I was known as a hippy, or less charitably as ‘one of those bloody freaks who lives in the cottage by the old bakery’, and a grower and consumer of what used to be called ‘home grown’. Cannabis, weed, dope, smoke – call it what you want – in those days, most hippies grew a couple of plants on a windowsill, but one or two more enterprising people grew larger amounts in secret locations. And so the inspiration grew and formed itself into the opening scenario of Two Cows and a Vanful of Smoke – a village lad finds a polytunnel filled with cannabis plants. I never plan a novel, never make notes or draw sketches of my characters. My study wall isn’t covered in carefully organised postcards linked by arrows, plot points and abstract hints. I let my people (they’re never characters) find their own way through the story (it’s never a plot) in the same way that real people find their way through life. This, I think, makes for a more entertaining and believable novel, one that might even mirror the experiences of my readers. So as I’m writing and thinking about writing, I’m alert, looking out for anything that might help the seed of inspiration grow. For example, when I was working on Two Cows and a Vanful of Smoke, I visited police stations, dairy farms, ‘greasy spoon’ cafes, back street pubs – all places featured as locations in the novel – to watch, listen and learn. I always try and blend into the background so never take notes, trusting on my memory to retain the things it needs and reject the rest. In addition to inspiration drawn from the places I visit and the people I observe and meet, I was also inspired by other things that might not necessarily appear to have anything to do with the novel. The most important of these would be the work of other writers, in particular the American novelist Richard Brautigan, and the poets who write in the modern English rural tradition. Brautigan has been one of my favourite writers since I discovered his work in the 1970s, and his quirky, funny but ultimately melancholic outlook helped me understand that writers didn’t have to come from a particular educational or social background, and have the right to express themselves in whatever way they feel. Poetry has always been a huge source of inspiration for me, and the poets who give me the greatest pleasure work in what could be loosely termed the modern English rural tradition. These include Ted Hughes, who wrote with a bleak and savage vision that captured the spirit and essence of the English countryside. His mantle has – in my opinion – been taken up by Alice Oswald, a poet with writes with a clarity and power unmatched by any writer working in England today. I listen to music while I work, and this is something else that helps to fire my imagination. Depending on the season, the time of day, my mood and the state of the project I’m working on, I’ll chose from Bach, Pet Shop Boys, I Am Kloot, Elgar, Jim Moray, Espen Eriksen, Messiaen and all stops between. As I said, inspiration is strange stuff. It’s mutable and inconsistent, but for me one thing remains constant; the compulsion to write and produce the best work possible with the tools I have. For in the final equation I believe that the purpose of life (it has no meaning) is to identify your gift and use it.
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The African Christian Diaspora
On Wings of Diesel
New Currents and Emerging Trends in World Christianity
Trucks, Identity and Culture in Pakistan
Afe Adogame, University of Edinburgh, UK.
Illustrated with beautiful colour photos throughout, On Wings of Diesel takes us on a journey through the fascinating world of Pakistani truck decoration. Ornately adorned and considered as “moving art”, these trucks - veritable roving exhibitions - depict all aspects of life and support a highly developed artisanal industry. Examining designs and motifs, the cultural significance of the practice, and the motivations of truck owners, Jamal J. Elias provides a unique window on Pakistan’s complex society that addresses questions of culture and religion in an accessible and exciting way. $69.00 Pb, ISBN 9781851688111, NZRP$87.00 Publish August 2011, 320 pages Oneworld Publications Society & Culture
The last three decades have witnessed a rapid proliferation of African Christian Communities, particularly in Europe and North American diaspora, thus resulting in the remapping of old religious landscapes. Based on extensive religious ethnography undertaken by the author among African Christian communities in Europe, the USA and Africa in the last 14 years, this book maps and describes the incipience and consolidation of new brands of African Christianities in diaspora. The book demonstrates how African Christianities are negotiating and assimilating notions of the global while maintaining their local identities. $53.00 Pb, ISBN 9781441136671, NZRP$67.00 Publish August 2011, 240 pages Quantity Continuum Society & Culture
Jamal J. Elias, University of Pennsylvania.
G lobal I ssues
Clumsy Solutions for a Complex World
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Marco Verweij, Singapore Management University, and Michael Thompson is a Social Anthropologist.
Jan Willem Duyvendak, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
This is a powerful and original statement on why well-intended attempts to alleviate pressing social ills too often derail, and how effective, efficient and broadly acceptable solutions to social problems can be found. It takes its cue from the idea that our endlessly changing and complex social worlds consist of ceaseless interactions between organizing, justifying and perceiving social relations. This book shows the force of these theoretically sophisticated, yet simple and practical ideas for a number of pressing issues from around the globe. $46.00 Pb, ISBN 9780230319516, NZRP$58.00 Publish August 2011, 288 pages Palgrave Macmillan Quantity Society & Culture
This book addresses prominent debates in Western Europe and the United States on themes as seemingly diverse as national identity and nostalgia, migration and integration, gender relations and ‘caring communities’. At the most fundamental level, all of these debates deal with the right to belong and the ability to ‘feel at home’. The book examines what has happened to the ‘home feelings’ of the majority under the influence of the two major revolutions of our times: the gender revolution and increased mobility due to globalization. $46.00 Pb, ISBN 9780230293991, NZRP$58.00 Publish August 2011, 192 pages Palgrave Macmillan Quantity Society & Culture
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Studying Buddhism in Practice
The Force of International Law
Fleur Johns, University of Sydney; Richard Joyce, University of Reading; and Sundhya Pahuja, University of Melbourne.
Buddhism is rich in fascinating practices and rituals. From well known rituals such as chanting sutras or painting mandalas to lesser known rites associated with death or stupa consecration, or derived from contact with other religions, this book offers students a unique understanding of the living tradition. It draws on eye witness reports of Buddhism on the ground, but also provides a reflective context within which the practices can be understood and appreciated. It covers religious and lay practices, art and festivals, regional and temporal variations, socio-political practices, and much else. $39.00 Pb, ISBN 9780415464864, NZRP$49.00 Publish August 2011, 256 pages Routledge Society & Culture
This book presents an analysis of international law, centred upon those historical and recent events in which international law has exerted, or acquired, its force. From Spanish colonization and the Peace of Westphalia, through the release of Nelson Mandela and the Rwandan genocide, and to recent international trade negotiations and the ‘torture memos’, each chapter focuses on a specific international legal event. These chapters consider what forces are put into play when international law is invoked, as it is so frequently today. $64.00 Pb, ISBN 9780415668460, NZRP$81.00 Publish August 2011, 312 pages Routledge Quantity Society & Culture
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A Guide for the Perplexed
This is an introduction to one of the most exciting new interdisciplinary fields of research: cultural memory studies. Who was Maurice Halbwachs, and what are the ‘social frameworks of memory’? What can Aby Warburg’s work tell us about the ‘memory of art’? How do Pierre Nora’s lieux de mémoire connect history and memory? Where does the ancient art of memory meet the neurosciences? How do media shape our most personal memories? And can remembrance become globalized? Memory in Culture addresses these and many other questions about the socio-cultural dimensions of remembering, offering a unique overview of the history and theory of memory studies. $46.00 Pb, ISBN 9780230297456, NZRP$58.00 Publish August 2011, 224 pages Palgrave Macmillan Quantity Society & Culture
Most Zoroastrians if asked, ‘In a nutshell, what do Zoroastrians believe?’ would begin their answer with the moral maxim: ‘Good Thoughts, Good Words, Good Deeds.’ Zoroastrianism: A Guide for the Perplexed takes this foundational trifold ethic as the framework for its three main chapters. The book presents a comprehensive study of the religion through its focus on the questions that perplexed seekers might ask of a Zoroastrian concerning ideology and ethics; current discussions of ‘text’ and ‘author’; and the putting-into-practice of the religion. $34.95 Pb, ISBN 9781441113795, NZRP$43.00 Publish August 2011, 224 pages Continuum Society & Culture
Jenny Rose, Claremont Graduate University, USA.
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Astrid Erll, Goethe-University Frankfurt/Main, Germany.
Memory in Culture
P algrave M acmillan M emory S tudies
Belonging and Nostalgia in Europe and the United States
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Governance, Politics and Plural Perceptions
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The Politics of Home
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Business & Economics Early Development and Leadership
The Routledge Companion to International Business Coaching
Building the Next Generation of Leaders
Michel Moral, University of Paris VIII, France, and Geoffrey Abbott, Queensland University of Technology, Australia.
Susan Elaine Murphy, James Madison University, and Rebecca J. Reichard, Claremont Graduate University.
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This volume brings together researchers who explore leadership at different points before individuals enter the workforce and asks important questions surrounding definitions of leadership behavior, necessary leader skills and age-related leader tasks, factors contributing to development of leader identity, and ways to improve the process of leader development. The volume shows research evidence for factors such as early childhood and youth experiences on leadership development, which have implications for the way we understand and train leadership in today’s organizations. $75.00 Hb, ISBN 9781848728240, NZRP$95.00 Publish August 2011, 388 pages Routledge Quantity Business & Economics
P algrave K ey C oncepts
How to Stop Your Workplace Going Pear Shaped
Peter Stokes, Chester Business School, UK.
Readings in HR Risk Mitigation
A detailed yet concise handbook clarifying all the major terms needed for a thorough understanding of key research methodology concepts in business and management. An invaluable guide for students at all levels seeking assistance with projects, research proposals, dissertations and theses; including case studies and suggestions for further reading. $39.95 Pb, ISBN 9780230250338, NZRP$45.00 Publish August 2011, 160 pages Palgrave Macmillan Business & Economics
Martha Knox-Haly is a registered psychologist in the state of NSW, and is a full member of the College of Organisational Psychologists.
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How to Stop Your Workplace Going Pear Shaped is a distillation of the author’s twenty years experience as a researcher, consultant, organisational psychologist and employer. The experiences are based on years of investigating the fascinating living entities that are workplaces, and on the privilege of being able to speak to thousands of Australian workers and managers. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9780734610621, NZRP$35.95 Published 2008, 108 pages Tilde University Press Business & Economics Quantity
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Making the Progressive Case
Leadership in the Australian Context
Towards a Stronger U.S. Economy
Case Studies in Leadership
David Coates, Wake Forest University, USA.
Carol Dalglish and Peter Evans, both Queensland University of Technology.
At a time of tea parties and rallies to restore sanity, the political debate in America has become nothing more than a shouting match of various soundbites. This book offers a refreshing change by introducing both conservative arguments and liberal responses in a dispassionate and clear manner. Focusing on the issues that ail the economy under the Obama administration and their possible remedies, the book offers substantiated facts and rational arguments on each side, to promote true debate. $34.95 Pb, ISBN 9781441186508, NZRP$43.00 Publish August 2011, 256 pages Continuum Business & Economics
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Key Concepts in Business and Management Research Methods
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This important Handbook offers the first comprehensive and detailed introduction to the theory and practice of international business coaching, drawing on the very latest academic research, as well as real-world examples of international best practice. This book provides practitioners and students with an innovative theoretical framework, which extends existing coaching models to place coaching within cultural, organizational and group-team contexts. $69.95 Pb, ISBN 9780415669412, NZRP$87.00 Publish August 2011, 392 pages Routledge Business & Economics
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Leadership in the Australian Context: Case Studies in Leadership provides both a summary of leadership theory and a theoretical framework for understanding the practice of leadership. It then offers in-depth case studies of 11 Australian leaders drawn from across business, politics, the public and not-for-profit sectors as well as across age groups and gender. From these case studies is drawn a synopsis of what these leaders have in common and what the key factors are to successful leadership in the Australian context. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9780734610348, NZRP$35.95 Published 2009, 108 pages Tilde University Press Business & Economics Quantity
Marketing to the New Majority
Strategies for a Diverse World
Belonging, Identity and Purpose
David Burgos and Ola Mobolade, both Millward Brown.
Peter Evans and Doug Hargreaves, both Queensland University of Technology.
Today, diversity is the default, not the exception. Here, David Burgos and Ola Mobolade look at the changed marketplace revealed in the new 2010 Census data, and show marketers how to develop integrated campaigns that effectively reach these culturally diverse consumer populations. Drawing on interviews with industry leaders and Millward Brown’s vast database of consumer research, this book will be a roadmap to the opportunities and challenges of marketing to the new mainstream in a way that feels natural, respectful, and inclusive. $39.95 Hb, ISBN 9780230111653, NZRP$49.95 Publish August 2011, 256 pages Palgrave Macmillan Business & Economics
The values of a leader set the culture of an organisation, determine the effectiveness of an organisation, and determine the success of an organisation. Understanding our values and being able to live our values adds significant emphasis to the leadership roles we perform in life. ValuesDriven Leadership looks at where our values come from, and their role and impact in an organisational context. It offers a detailed conversation about values driven leadership – what it is and what it looks like. $22.95 Pb, ISBN 9780734610867, NZRP$26.95 Published June 2010, 108 pages Tilde University Press Business & Economics
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Jim Hillier and Douglas Pye, both University of Reading.
Matthew Tinkcom, Georgetown University, USA.
100 Film Musicals provides a stimulating overview of the genre’s development, its major themes and the critical debates it has provoked. While centred on the dominant Hollywood tradition, 100 Film Musicals includes films from countries that often tried to emulate the Hollywood style, like Britain and Germany, as well as from very different cultures like India, Egypt and Japan. Jim Hillier and Douglas Pye also discuss post-1960s films from many different sources which adapt and reflect on the conventions of the genre, including recent examples such as Moulin Rouge! and High School Musical, demonstrating that the genre is still very much alive. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9781844573783, NZRP$38.00 Publish August 2011, 296 pages Palgrave Macmillan Quantity The Arts
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The Maysles brothers’ Grey Gardens (1975) is one of the most important documentary films of the past thirty years. In the past decade the film has gained the status of cult classic, inspiring both a Broadway musical and a 2009 HBO feature film. In this first single volume study of the film, Matthew Tinkcom argues that Grey Gardens reshaped documentary cinema by moving the non-fiction camera to the heart of the household, a private space into which film-makers had seldom previously ventured. Tinkcom argues that the film is one of the first to combine documentary with the conventions of fiction film melodrama, and that the film’s appeal arrives in the rich melodramatic dimensions of the Beales’ everyday lives. $22.95 Pb, ISBN 9781844573950, NZRP$28.00 Publish August 2011, 96 pages Palgrave Macmillan Quantity The Arts
Acting for Animators
Interpreting the Play Script
Contemplation and Analysis
Ed Hooks’ indispensable acting guidebook for animators has been fully updated and improved! Hooks uses basic acting theory to explain everything from character movement and facial expressions to interaction and scene construction. Just as acting on film and on stage are very different disciplines, so is the use of acting theory in creating an animated character, scene or story. Acting for Animators is full of essential craft tips from an acting master. New to this Routledge edition: illustrated, scene-by-scene analyses of six films, including Up, Coraline and Kung Fu Panda; an expanded chapter on video game animation; allnew illustrations; and a 500 word history of acting. $46.00 Pb, ISBN 9780415580243, NZRP$58.00 Publish August 2011, 176 pages Routledge The Arts Quantity
Anne Fliotsos, Purdue University, USA. One type of analysis cannot fit every play, nor does one method of interpretation suit every theatre artist or collaborative team. This is the first text to combine traditional and non-traditional models, giving students a range of tools with which to approach different kinds of performance. $21.00 Pb, ISBN 9780230290044, NZRP$26.00 Publish August 2011, 144 pages Palgrave Macmillan The Arts
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Classical Japanese Cinema Revisited
Catherine Russell, Concordia University, Canada.
The Politics of Film and Television
Catherine Russell’s highly accessible book approaches Japanese cinema as an industry closely modeled on Hollywood, focusing on the classical period - those years in which the studio system dominated all film production in Japan, from roughly 1930 to 1960. Respectful and thoroughly informed about the aesthetics and critical values of the Japanese canon, Russell is also critical of some of its ideological tendencies, and her analyses provide new insights on class and gender dynamics. Russell locates Japanese cinema within a global system of reception, and she highlights the importance of the accounting for the industrial production context when discussing these films. $39.00 Pb, ISBN 9781441133274, NZRP$49.00 Publish August 2011, 192 pages Continuum The Arts Quantity
John Hill, University of London, UK. John Hill’s definitive study looks at the career and work of British director Ken Loach. From his early television work (Cathy Come Home) through to landmark films (Kes) and examinations of British society (Looking For Eric) this landmark study reveals Loach as one of the great European directors. $39.00 Pb, ISBN 9781844572038, NZRP$49.00 Publish August 2011, 256 pages Palgrave Macmillan The Arts
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Cyborg Cinema and Contemporary Subjectivity
Sue Short, University of London, UK.
Penny Francis, Central School of Speech and Drama, UK.
A Reader in Theatre Practice
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T heatre P ractice
Theatre-goers are increasingly aware of the growing use of object and figure animation throughout the performing arts. Puppetry offers engaging contemporary perspectives on this universal artform. It provides an account of puppetry’s different facets, from its demands and techniques, through its uses and abuses to its history and philosophy. $46.00 Pb, ISBN 9780230232730, NZRP$58.00 Publish August 2011, 256 pages Palgrave Macmillan The Arts
What are cyborgs? How have they been represented in cinema? And why have they generated such an astonishing degree of critical interest? These are the questions that underpin this book. It asks what relevance the cyborg has in exploring the nature of human identity, questioning our relationship to technology, and speculating on envisaged prospects for the future. It also goes beyond other work in the field by not only evaluating individual texts, but addressing what cyborg films have in common, acknowledging the development they have undergone over the last twenty years, and speculating on the reasons for this transition. $46.00 Pb, ISBN 9780230302198, NZRP$58.00 Publish August 2011, 264 pages Palgrave Macmillan Quantity The Arts
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100 Film Musicals
BFI F ilm C lassics
BFI S creen G uides
T he N ew C ritic al I diom
New Critical Visions of the Novels
Greg Garrard, Bath Spa University, UK.
Sebastian Groes, Roehampton University, UK, and Barry Lewis, University of Sunderland, UK.
Ecocriticism explores the ways in which we imagine and portray the relationship between humans and the environment in all areas of cultural production, from Wordsworth and Thoreau through to Pixar, Cormac McCarthy and David Attenborough’s Planet Earth. Greg Garrard’s animated and accessible volume traces the development of the movement and explores its key concepts including: pollution, wilderness, apocalypse, dwelling, animal, and earth. It features a newly rewritten chapter on animal studies, and considering queer and postcolonial ecocriticism and the impact of globalisation. $29.95 Pb, ISBN 9780415667869, NZRP$37.00 Publish August 2011, 240 pages Routledge Literature Quantity
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England’s Secular Scripture
Key Concepts in Crime Fiction
Islamophobia and the Protestant Aesthetic
Heather Worthington, Cardiff University, UK.
Jo Carruthers, University of Bristol.
An insight into a popular yet complex genre that has developed over the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The volume explores the contemporary anxieties to which crime fiction responds, along with society’s changing conceptions of crime and criminality. The book covers texts, contexts and criticism in an accessible and user-friendly format. $37.00 Pb, ISBN 9780230551251, NZRP$46.00 Publish August 2011, 240 pages Palgrave Macmillan Literature
England’s Secular Scripture seeks to trace Englishness to its roots in England’s Protestant past, and more specifically to its aesthetic and literary rooting in Protestant values. Carruthers argues that the formation of English identities in early modern Reformation Protestantism influences English antagonism towards foreign identities, especially evident against Muslims. The book traces the transposing, and secularizing, of Reformation doctrines into a ‘Protestant aesthetic’ of simplicity, individualism, and rationalism in the literature of Spenser and Milton. $39.00 Pb, ISBN 9780826433213, NZRP$49.00 Publish August 2011, 160 pages Continuum Literature Quantity
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Utopian Transformations Clare Bradford, Deakin University, Australia; Robyn McCallum and John Stephens, both Macquarie University; and Kerry Mallan, Queensland University of Technology.
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A Guide to Paradise Lost
Teaching the Early Modern Period
Joe Nutt, City of London School, UK.
Derval Conroy and Danielle Clarke, both University College Dublin, Republic of Ireland.
This book provides an accessible route into Milton’s complex epic poem, guiding students through the text by a combination of close textual analysis and summary of key themes and techniques. Assuming limited biblical or classical knowledge, it focuses on developing the reading skills necessary for tackling this canonical text. $49.95 Pb, ISBN 9780230536654, NZRP$64.00 Publish August 2011, 304 pages Palgrave Macmillan Literature
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This book shows how texts for children and young people have responded to the cultural, economic and political movements of the last fifteen years. The authors discuss how utopian and dystopian tropes are pressed into service to project possible futures to child readers. The book considers what these texts have to say about globalization, neocolonialism, environmental issues, pressures on families and communities, and the idea of the posthuman. $44.00 Pb, ISBN 9780230308565, NZRP$55.00 Publish August 2011, 216 pages Quantity Palgrave Macmillan Literature
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Teaching the Early Modern Period is an innovative project bringing together leading early modernists from a wide geographical and disciplinary background. Scholars from English, History and French Studies unite in this unique volume to examine the challenges which the early modern period provides in the third-level classroom. The contributors provide a rare transcontinental insight into current pedagogical praxis in a number of Western national traditions, presenting a wide range of case-studies of how research can inform teaching from scholars who refuse to accept a divorce between the two. $44.00 Pb, ISBN 9780230284517, NZRP$55.00 Publish August 2011, 240 pages Palgrave Macmillan Literature Quantity
C ritic al A pproaches C hildren ' s L iterature
From his first novel, This Side of Paradise, which brought him a blaze of youthful fame, to his last, unfinished novel, The Last Tycoon, F. Scott Fitzgerald’s appeal as one of America’s most quintessential artists has continued to maintain its hold on twenty-first century readers. In this readerfriendly study of Fitzgerald’s major fiction, Michael K. Glenday offers new readings of the author’s canonical works, including The Great Gatsby and Tender Is the Night, and draws on the very latest research in his reassessment of the ideas and significance of Fitzgerald’s major novels. He also explores the core themes of the novels, as well as their considerable contribution to the spirit and complexity of modern-day American culture. $34.00 Pb, ISBN 9780333669006, NZRP$43.00 Publish August 2011, 208 pages Palgrave Macmillan Quantity Literature
P algrave M odern N ovelists
New World Orders in Contemporary Children’s Literature
Michael K. Glenday, Open University, UK.
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F. Scott Fitzgerald
P algrave K ey C oncepts
N ew D irections in R eligion and L iterature
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Kazuo Ishiguro is one of the finest contemporary authors who possesses that increasingly rare distinction of being a writer who is both popular with the general reading public and well-respected within the academic community. This book presents eighteen fresh perspectives on the author’s work that will appeal to those who read him for pleasure or for purposes of study. Featuring an insightful interview with Ishiguro himself, this collection of essays constitutes a significant contribution to the appreciation of his novels, and forms a lively and nuanced constellation of critical enquiry. $46.00 Pb, ISBN 9780230232389, NZRP$58.00 Publish August 2011, 288 pages Palgrave Macmillan Quantity Literature