1135 books (57 pages) in this category
by Guy Rundle
Known for his wild wit and irreverent commentary, Guy Rundle is one of Australia's most virtuosic minds.<BR><BR><i>Practice</i> distils his best writing on politics, culture, class and more. In it, Rundle roves the campaign trails of Obama, ...
An Introduction to Visual Culture
by Marita Sturken
A Work of Nonfiction
by Melissa Greene
by Michelle Painchaud
Erica Silverman was abducted when she was four. She was snatched outside her kindergarten and never seen again. Over the past thirteen years, her multimillionaire parents have spared no expense trying to find her.<BR> Then, one day, the miracle ...
Fifty Years of Parades and Protests from the Photo Archives of the New York Times
by Abrams Books
by Maguire Emily
<b>A whole new feminism?</b>What's it like being a young woman today? Feminists won the equal rights war back in the 70s, and young women today have it so much easier than their mothers, right? Wrong, argues Emily Maguire.Society today is most ...
by SWAMI NIKHILANANDA
""His translation is faithful and economical and it is embedded in notes and explanations which clarify the meaning, wherever it might be ambiguous for a western reader."" - The Times (London) Literary Supplement.""The translation is both ...
by Marion Rust
A complete guide
by Martha Mollison
A fully updated and revised new edition of this essential handbook for aspiring video makers. ...
Pick a game, pour some bubbles, and get the party started
by Abbie Cammidge
What could be better than getting the girls together, grabbing a glass and cracking open a bottle of bubbles? Why, throwing a few Prosecco-based drinking games into the mix, of course!<BR /><BR /> There are over 25 games that use ...
Solving the Psychic Mysteries Behind Unsolved Cases
by Tony Stockwell
Reflections on Practice
by Carolyn Noble
Psychotherapy and Counselling: Reflections on Practice provides a balance of engaging and in-depth stories and case studies from the inside of therapy. Representing the key practice modality sections of the Psychotherapy and Counselling ...
Theory and Practice
by Jane Johnston
The leading introduction to public relations has been thoroughly revised and updated to reflect best contemporary practice in this increasingly influential profession. ...
by Joanne Hull
Maori Myths Retold by Maori Writers
by Various Authors
<b>A lively, stimulating and engaging retelling of purakau - Maori myths - by contemporary Maori writers. <BR></b><BR><b>Ka mua, ka muri . . .<BR></b><BR>Ancient Maori creation myths, portrayals of larger-than-life heroes and tales of engrossing
by Glenn Manton
At a party? You’re on your phone. Lying in bed? You’re on your phone. Out for dinner? You’re on your phone. In class, on the train, at a concert, in the gym: phone, phone, phone, phone.<BR /><BR /> And what’s wrong with ...
by Meg-John Barker
Barker and Scheele invite you to question the status quo and to start seeing things more queerly. ...
Empowering Wisdom from Women Who Break the Rules
by Linda Picone
<p><b>Nasty women, unite — and read this compendium of fascinating quotations about powerful women through history. </b><br></p><p>When Donald Trump referred to Hillary Clinton as "such a nasty woman", women felt a jolt of recognition — and
by Ronald H. Bayor
by John Williams