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    • August 2012

      Our Racist Heart?

      An Exploration of Unconscious Prejudice in Everyday Life

      by Geoffrey Beattie

      Few people today would admit to being a racist, or to making assumptions about individuals based on their skin colour, or on their gender or social class. In this book, a leading psychologist and researcher in the area of implicit attitudes asks if prejud

    • Museums & museology
      April 2012

      Museum Basics

      by Timothy Ambrose

      Museums throughout the world have common needs and face common challenges. Keeping up-to-date with new ideas and changing practice is challenging for small and medium-sized museums where time for reading and training is often restricted. This new edition

    • Teaching skills & techniques

      Visible Learning for Teachers

      Maximizing Impact On Learning

      by John Hattie

      In November 2008, John Hattie's ground-breaking book Visible Learning synthesised the results of more thanfifteen years research involving millions of students and represented the biggest ever collection of evidence-based research into what actually works

    • Language: reference & general
      February 2012

      Introducing Translation Studies

      Theories and Applications

      by Jeremy Munday

      This is the definitive guide to the theories and concepts that make up the dynamic field of translation studies. Providing an accessible and fully up-to-date overview of key movements and theorists within an expanding area of study, this textbook has beco

    • History of Art / Art & Design Styles
      July 2012

      An Introduction to Design and Culture

      1900 to the Present

      by Penny Sparke

      Now in a completely new and updated edition, this introduction to the development of modern (and postmodern) design is ideal for undergraduate students. Divided into four parts, the book covers the major periods in design culture since the start of the tw

    • June 2011

      Mummies, Cannibals and Vampires

      The History of Corpse Medicine from the Renaissance to the Victorians

      by Richard Sugg

      This innovative new study brings to light a much neglected area of early modern medicine – the use and consumption of parts of dead bodies for healing. Richard Sugg shows how, for over two hundred years in early-modern Europe, the rich and the poor, the e

    • July 2012

      Only One Earth

      The Long Road Via Rio To Sustainable Development

      by Felix Dodds, Michael Strauss, Maurice Strong

      Forty years after the United Nations Conference on the Human Environment in Stockholm, the goal of sustainable development continues via the Rio+20 conference in 2012. This book will enable a broad readership to understand what has been achieved in the pa

    • To Design Landscape

      Art, Nature & Utility

      by Catherine Dee

      To Design Landscape sets out a distinctively practical philosophy of design, in accessible format. Based on the notion that landscape design is a form-based craft addressing environmental processes and utility, Dee establishes a framework for approaching

    • Humanities & Social Sciences
      April 2018


      The Fight America Didn't Want

      by Russell Routledge

      Has everything been said about Muhammad Ali, once the most famous man in the world? No. There is one special bout that has, over time, been largely overlooked, where both the fight and shenanigans surrounding it have never been fully examined. In early 1970, a fight involving Ali was avoided by just about every city in America – until Atlanta in Georgia decided to take a chance. They proposed an Ali fight with ‘Great White Hope’ Jerry Quarry. The comparison of Ali’s comeback bout with that of ‘Great White Hope’ Jim Jeffries and his return against Jack Johnson in 1910 was unavoidable. Atlanta, once fertile soil for the racism, was inundated with objections when a prize fight involving Ali, a black Muslim draft evader facing a possible five-year prison sentence, was planned. When the ‘Black Mecca’ of the South eventually put on the fight it attracted not only Ali’s legion of die-hard fans but also every echelon of African American society. They came together to witness the return of their fighting hero, but for some unlucky ringside spectators the party spirit was soon replaced by anger, empty pockets and rumours of deadly retribution. An after-party became the scene of perhaps one of the biggest and most brazen armed robberies in Atlanta’s history. Ali’s life would be forever linked to the city that reintroduced him to the ring. Twenty-six years later, the same city and same fighter would come together in one of the most memorable moments in sporting history, when Ali lit the Olympic flame in front of the whole world.

    • February 2012

      The Professional's Guide to Fair Value

      The Future of Financial Reporting

      by James P. Catty

      An all-encompassing guide to the elements and basics of fair value With the important role fair value is playing in the creation of a converged set of global accounting standards, demand for products in this category is growing spectacularly. Th

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