1137 books (57 pages) in this category
by Friedrich Engels
<i>The Origin of the Family, Private Property and the State</i> (1884), was a provocative and profoundly influential critique of the Victorian nuclear family. Engels argued that the traditional monogamous household was in fact a recent ...
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories of War and Defending Australia
by Allison Cadzow
<p><i>Our Mob Served</i> presents a moving and little-known history of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander war time and defence service, told through the vivid oral histories and treasured family images of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
by Kirstine Stewart
In <i>Our Turn</i>, Kirstine Stewart, VP Media for Twitter - named one of Canadian Business's Power 50 of 2016 for helping women discover their leadership potential - draws on her extensive experience to share her smart and practical approach to
Arab Women Reporting from the Arab World
by Zahra Hankir
<b>Nineteen Arab women journalists speak out about what it's like to report on their changing homelands in this first-of-its-kind essay collection, with a foreword by CNN chief international anchor Christiane Amanpour.<BR></b><BR>A growing ...
by Alison Piepmeier
Stories from the Walmajarri Storytellers
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<i>Out of the Desert</i> is a compelling collection of stories, art and photographs from the Walmajarri people of the Great Sandy Desert, in north western Australia. It tells of their remarkable exodus from remote desert country to an unfamiliar
101 Cunning Stratagems to Reduce Your Housework to a Minimum
by Barty Phillips
<DIV>Everyone hates housework most of the time – there’s too much life to live without having to worry about the washing and cleaning as well. Yes, the occasional flirtation with a duster or iron can be good for the soul but, come ...
A Journey Through Britain and Ireland's Oysters
by Bobby Groves
by Carolyn Kitch
by Kirsten Swinth
by Karma R Chavez
by Stephen Bernard
<b>A dazzlingly original and hauntingly powerful memoir, <i>Paper Cuts</i> takes us inside the mind of a young Oxford academic whose life has been devastated by severe mental illness.</b><BR><b><BR></b><i>'I have a small line of red dots on the ...
The rise of Australia's newspaper empires
by Sally Young
A Predator's Diary
by Lydia Lunch
<div>The unspeakable sexual confessions of legend Lydia Lunch; introduction by Jerry Stahl, afterword by Thurston Moore.</div> ...
by Thomas A. Abercrombie
by Anne Firor Scott
by Patricia Edgar
Society is changing faster than policies and attitudes are keeping up with. People are living longer, retiring from work later, and remaining active and valuable contributors to the community well into and beyond their 50s and 60s. <i>Peak- ...
by Barbara Allen
<p>With its distinctive, comical walk, large bill and association with the conservation movement, the pelican has attained iconic status. But the pelican has a chequered history. Classed as ‘unclean’ in the King James Bible, the legend of the ...
by Jenny March
What were the twelve labours of Herakles? Why did Zeus turn himself into a shower of gold? What was the name of the guard-dog of the Underworld? Which two-faced Roman god gave his name to the month January? What is the answer to the riddle