2327 books (117 pages) in this category
by Zora Neale Hurston
by ARTHUR SCHOPENHAUER
Persuasive and humane, this classic of philosophy represents one of the nineteenth century's most significant treatises on ethics. The Basis of Morality offers Schopenhauer's fullest examination of traditional ethical themes, and it articulates ...
by Amelia Johns
"Ten years after the Cronulla riots, the violence, racism and branding of young bodies with signs and symbols of Australian nationalism, along with the reprisal attacks by Lebanese-Australian youth, continues to inflame discussions about race ...
by Leigh Moscowitz
Stop Harassment and Take Your Power Back
by Gretchen Carlson
by Byron Pitts
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by Douglas Lloyd Jenkins
"<b>A fascinating account of how the beach has influenced New Zealand lifestyle, culture and identity.</b> <b></b> Experiencing beach life is simply part of being a New Zealander. It has helped shape our annual summer holiday, the games we play,
by Annear Robyn
'Just a little way down Collins Street, beside Henry Buck's, is a perpetually dark but sheltered laneway called Equitable Place. Here you'll find a number of places to eat and drink. Settle yourself in the window of one, shut your eyes, and ...
by Hannah Velten
<p>Virtually every street in London was once filled with a cacophony of animal calls and noises. From cattle being herded through the streets surrounding Smithfield meat market, to the exotic residents of the Tower of London zoo. Infested by ...
by Bryan C. Parker
This is the album that sent a shockwave of empowerment through the nation's cultural underground. In 1985, Olympia, Washington band Beat Happening released their eponymous debut of lo-fi pop songs on K Records and challenged every conception ...
How the Beatles and Their Fans Remade the World
by Candy Leonard
<p>Part generational memoir and part cultural history of the sixties, <i>Beatleness</i> allows the reader to experience—again or for the first time—what it was like to grow up with the Beatles and shows the impact of "Beatleness" as an ...
by TONY BOOTH
Tony Booth's iconic artwork is synonymous with The Beatles' rise to success. Artist Tony Booth worked in Liverpool during the early 1960s, just around the corner from The Cavern Club and close to The Beatles' manager Brian Epstein's office in ...
From displaced persons to new Australians
by Jayne Persian
<p>170,000 Displaced Persons arrived in Australia between 1947 and 1952 – the first non-Anglo-Celtic mass migrants.<br></p> <p>Australia’s first immigration minister, Arthur Calwell, scoured post-war Europe for refugees, Displaced Persons he ...
by Faleiro Sonia
When Sonia Faleiro set out to report on Bombay's bar dancers, she thought she knew what she would find- downtrodden, voiceless women, the helpless victims of predictable poverty. Instead she meets Leela- nineteen, charismatic and fearlessly ...
by Naomi Wolf
"In the struggle for women's equality, there is one subject still shrouded in silence - women's compulsive pursuit of beauty. The myth of female beauty challenges every woman, every day of her life. Naomi Wolf exposes the tyranny of the beauty
by Sandra Reineke
One Law, Ten Cases, and Fifty Years That Changed American Women's Lives at Work
by Gillian Thomas
Best known as a monumental achievement of the civil rights movement, the 1964 Civil Rights Act also revolutionized the lives of America’s working women. Title VII of the law made it illegal to discriminate "because of sex." But that simple ...
by Vincent Mosco
by Phuong Nguyen
A Global History
by Lorna Piatti-Farnell
Beef is everywhere, throughout history and around the globe. And starting from this premise – that cattle farming and the cooking and eating of beef can be found in virtually all countries in the world – in <i>Beef</i> Lorna Piatti-Farnell ...