1137 books (57 pages) in this category
How Technology Will Transform the Work of Human Experts
by Richard Susskind
by Kerry Brown
by Lawrence Freedman
Where should we look for new dangers? <BR>What cunning plans might an aggressor have in mind? <BR>What are the best forms of defence? <BR>How might peace be preserved or conflict resolved? <BR><BR>From the French rout at Sedan in 1870 to the ...
Super-exploitation and Social Precariousness in the 21st Century
by Adrián Sotelo Valencia
<div>Sotelo offers an insightful analysis of the paradigmatic transformation of labor relations under neoliberalism.</div> ...
by Michael Kimmel
The new neuroscience that shatters the myth of the female brain
by Gina Rippon
<b><b>'Highly accessible. It has the power to do vastly more for gender equality than any number of feminist "manifestos" ... revolutionary to a glorious degree'<BR>Rachel Cooke, <i>Observer</i></b></b><BR><b><b></b></b> <BR><b><b>'A treasure ...
Australian Food from Bland to Brilliant, with Recipes Old and New
by John Newton
<p> <p>The white colonisers of Australia suffered from Alliumphobia, a fear of garlic. Local cooks didn’t touch the stuff and it took centuries for that fear to lift. This food history of Australia shows we held onto British ...
Off-piste in Literary Switzerland
by Padraig Rooney
by Carolyn Kitch
by Clemantine Wamariya
<b>'Sharp, moving memoir . . . Wamariya tells her own story with feeling, in vivid prose. She has remade herself, as she explains was necessary to do, on her own terms.' <i>New York Times</i></b><BR><b><b><BR></b>A riveting tale of dislocation, ...
by Clemantine Wamariya
<b>A riveting tale of dislocation, survival, and the power of stories to break or save us</b><BR><BR>Clemantine Wamariya was six years old when her mother and father began to speak in whispers, when neighbours began to disappear, and when she ...
Globalisation, Robotics and the Future of Work
by Richard Baldwin
Magazines, Museums and selective Memoirs
by Nicholas Coleridge
Over his thirty-year career at Conde Nast, Nicholas Coleridge has witnessed it all. From the anxieties of the Princess of Wales to the blazing fury of Mohamed Al-Fayed, his story is also the story of the people who populate the glamorous world ...
How the Women of Newsweek Sued their Bosses and Changed the Workplace
by Lynn Povich
by Hugh Mackay
"No one can promise you that a life lived for others will bring you a deep sense of satisfaction, but it's certain that nothing else will." Hugh Mackay has spent his entire working life asking Australians about their values, motivations, ...
by Kim Liggett
<b><i><BR></i></b><b>The resistance starts here... </b><BR><b><i><BR></i></b><i>No one speaks of the grace year.</i><BR><i>It's forbidden.</i><BR><i>We're told we have the power to lure grown men from their beds, make boys lose their minds, and ...
by Kevin D. Walker
Eating with Victoria
by Annie Gray
Full of original research, Annie Gray's first book considers Britain's most iconic monarch from a new perspective, telling the history of British dining culture along the way. ...
From our noble goals to our worst hypocrisies
by Deborah Frances-White
by Michael Kaufman