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Bloomsbury Academic and the Future of Your University
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A Manifesto for the Public University
Edited by John Holmwood, University of Nottingham, UK
For the University
July 2011 216x138mm 208pp PAPERBACK 9781849666138 £19.99
RESEARCH | GENERAL
Democracy and the Future of the Institution Thomas Docherty, University of Warwick, UK
The Browne report advocates, in effect, the privatization of higher education in England. With the proposed removal of the current cap on student fees and the removal of state funding from undergraduate degree programmes, universities are set for a period of major reorganization not seen since the higher education reforms of the 1960s. This book responds to the key debates that the Browne review and Government statements have sparked, with essays on the cultural significance of the
university, the role of the government in funding research, inequality in higher education, the role of quangos in public life and the place of social science research. It is a timely and considered exploration of the role of universities and a reminder of what we should value and protect in our higher education system.
Contents Introduction: The University and the Public | For the Public University | The Cultural Significance of the University | Science as a Public Good | The Role of Government in the Direction of Research | The ‘Figure’ of the Student | Universities
and the Reproduction of Inequality | The Religion of Inequality | ‘In the Thick of It’: Universities in Crisis and the Problem of Transition
June 2011 216x138mm 208pp PAPERBACK 9781849666152 £19.99 EPUB 9781849666312 £19.99 PDF 9781849666329 £19.99
of the Idea | The Student Experience: Living Learning, Living Teaching | A terrifying silence: Spaces of Research from Discovery to Surveillance | Leadership: Legitimation and Authority | Assessment: Controlling Conformity | Finance: Money for Value | Appendix: post-Browne 2010
For the University is a book both about and for the university in an age of mass and globalized education. Thomas Docherty analyzes the current problems facing the university as an institution, offering positive arguments for a revived and vibrant set of institutional arrangements and governing principles. This book considers the place of the university as an important global institution, now in a charged political and international public sphere. Docherty places current debates
within their wider political and economic context, focusing on the relationship of the university to current and emerging models of democracy. The question of what the university will be – rather than it is, was, or might be – is at the heart of this book, and Docherty ably traces its history and present condition in order to offer us a vision for the future.
Contents Preface | Introduction: for the University | First Principles: The University
The WISH List
Warwick Interdisciplinary Studies in the Humanities Series editors: Jonathan Bate, Stella Bruzzi, Thomas Docherty and Margot Finn, University of Warwick, UK In the twenty-first century, the traditional disciplinary boundaries of higher education are dissolving at remarkable speed. The last decade has seen the flourishing of scores of new interdisciplinary research centres at universities around the world and there has also been a move towards more interdisciplinary teaching. The WISH List is a collaboration between Bloomsbury Academic and the University of Warwick, a university that has been, from its foundation, at the forefront of interdisciplinary innovation in academia. The series aims to establish a framework for innovative forms of interdisciplinary publishing within the humanities, between the humanities and social sciences and even between the humanities and the hard sciences. We welcome the submission of new proposals for this series. Please contact the commissioning editor: email@example.com
The Public Value of the Humanities
Edited by Jonathan Bate
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RESEARCH | HUMANITIES
January 2011 234x156mm 336pp HARDBACK 9781849664714 £60.00 PAPERBACK 9781849660624 £20.00 EPUB 9781849660631 £20.00 PDF 9781849664240 £20.00
Why should governments invest public money funding research into Ancient Greek tragedy or philosophical conundrums? Does such research deliver ‘value for money’ and ‘public benefit’? In this book a group of distinguished humanities researchers reflect on the public value of their discipline, using particular research projects as case-studies.
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A Study in Transdisciplinary Pedagogy Nicholas Monk
March 2011 234x156mm 160pp HARDBACK 9781849660549 £40.00 EPUB 9781849660556 £40.00 PDF 9781849664226 £40.00
A unique resource for educators wishing to develop a workshop model of teaching and learning. Despite the proliferation of virtual learning there is still real value to interaction in the classroom. The authors show how the techniques of the rehearsal room are applicable and effective across a range of disciplines.
The Philosophy of Transparency Thomas Docherty, University of Warwick, UK
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Reading and Rhetoric in Montaigne and Shakespeare
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RESEARCH | LITERATURE
This book explores what is at stake in our confessional culture. Thomas Docherty examines confessional writings, arguing that through all this work runs a philosophical substratum – the conditions under which it is possible to assert a confessional mode – that needs exploration. In a postmodern ‘transparent society’, the self coincides with its self-representations. Such a position is central to the idea of authenticity and truth-telling in confessional writing: it is the basis of saying, truthfully, ‘Here I take my stand’. What
other consequences might there be of an assumption of the primacy of transparency? Two areas are examined in detail: the religious and the judicial. Docherty shows that despite the tendency to regard transparency as a general good, our contemporary culture of transparency has engendered a society in which autonomy (or the very authority of the subject that proclaims ‘I confess’) is grounded in guilt, reparation and victimhood.
Contents Part One: Now | ‘This Thing of Darkness I Acknowledge Mine’|
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Official Identity and Clandestine Experience| Part Two: Dilatory Time | The Ecology of Anguish| Down to Zero | Part Three: The Political Condition of Confession | My Language
November 2010 234x156mm 224pp HARDBACK 9781849660617 £45.00 EPUB 9781849660600 £45.00 PDF 9781408139042 £45.00
Shakespeare and Montaigne are the English and French writers of the sixteenth century who have the most to say to modern readers. This fascinating and rigorous book explores the relationship between the work of these great writers in the light of their rhetorical training.
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Raising Milton’s Ghost
John Milton and the Sublime of Terror in the Early Romantic Period Joseph Crawford
February 2011 234x156mm 272pp HARDBACK 9781849663328 £50.00 EPUB 9781849664196 £50.00 PDF 9781849664219 £50.00
How did ‘Milton the Regicide’, a man often regarded in his lifetime as a dangerous traitor and heretic, become ‘the Sublime Milton’? This book uncovers the cultural historical background against which the Romantics and their contemporaries encountered and interacted with Milton’s reputation and works.
Modernizing George Eliot
Essays on Her Fiction and Other Writings K. M. Newton, University of Dundee, Scotland
RESEARCH | LITERATURE
October 2011 234x156mm 224pp HARDBACK 9781849664943 £55.00 EPUB 9781849664981 £55.00 PDF 9781849664998 £55.00
Elective Affinity | The Role of luck in The Art, Ethics, and Politics of Daniel Deronda
This new book presents a series of linked essays exploring Eliot’s credentials as a radical thinker. Opening with her relationship to the Romantic tradition, Newton goes on to discuss her reading of Darwinism, her radical critique of Victorian values and her affiliation with the modernists. The final essays discuss her work in relation to Derridean themes and to Bernard Williams’ concept of moral luck. What emerges is a very different Eliot from the conservative figure portrayed in much critical literature.
Contents Eliot’s critique of Darwinism | Eliot and the The Byronic | Eliot and Moral Philosophy: Kant and The Mill on The Floss | The Role of The Narrator in Eliot’s Novels, Especially Middlemarch | Prototypes and Symbolism in Middlemarch | Anticipation of Modernism in Eliot’s Fiction | Realism and Romance: Allusion and Intertextuality in Daniel Deronda | Circumcision, Realism, and Irony in Daniel Deronda | Formal Experiments and Ideological Critique: Silas Marner and ‘Victorian Values’ | The PostColonial Critique of Eliot: Is Edward Said Right About Daniel Deronda? | Eliot and Racism: How Should one Read ‘The Modern Hep! Hep! Hep!’? | Eliot and Derrida: and
Arguing about the World
The Work and Legacy of Meghnad Desai Edited by Polly Vizard and Mary Kaldor, London School of Economics, UK
The Rediscovery of India
Meghnad Desai August 2011 234x156mm 256pp HARDBACK 9781849665216 £60.00 EPUB 9781849665445 £60.00 PDF 9781849665452 £60.00
| Macro-Prudential Supervision | Indian Reforms | Controlling and Contesting Sexual Norms: Examples from India and Nepal | Agrarian Power and Agricultural Productivity in South Asia Revisited | Marx’s ‘Faustian Bargain’ with Capitalism | The Hydraheaded Crisis | Disability and Human Development
RESEARCH | HISTORY
‘An opinionated but always interesting history’ – Financial Times In an effort to chronicle the history of India, Meghnad Desai begins at the end of the fifteenth century, taking us through to the present day. This ambitious volume is testament to the contradictory, diverse, difficult and fascinating saga of India as a nation.
Meghnad Desai is Professor Emeritus of Economics at the LSE. He founded the Centre for the Study of Global Governance (now LSE Global Governance). In 1991, Meghnad Desai was created Lord Desai of St Clement Danes. By enabling leading scholars and other public figures to explore the subjects that inspired them and Lord Desai, this title offers a fascinating exploration of progress on economics, human rights and development issues. The initiative identifies the continuing contribution
made by Lord Desai, and the development of the themes highlighted by his work. This book reflects Lord Desai’s work in diverse fields of the social sciences (economics, philosophy, political science) as well as his passionate commitment to the freedom and wellbeing of individuals, and his optimism about human progress and globalization.
Contents A Tale of Three Cities: Model Selection in Over-, Exact, and Underspecified Equations
January 2011 234x156mm 512pp HARDBACK 9781849663502 £25.00
Russia’s Frozen Frontier
A History of Siberia and the Russian Far East 1581–1991 Alan Wood
‘Alan is one of those rare scholars who combines serious scholarship with a fabulous sense of humor and a brilliant animated prose.’ – Victor Mote, University of Houston, USA ‘The book is a fascinating and accessible study of a relatively unknown subject. My impression is that it will become a standard work on the subject.’ – Richard Sakwa, University of Kent, UK
May 2011 234x156mm 320pp HARDBACK 9780340971246 £25.00
Alternative and Mainstream Media
The Converging Spectrum Linda Jean Kenix, University of Canterbury, New Zealand
November 2011 234x156mm 224pp HARDBACK 9781849665209 £55.00 EPUB 9781849665414 £55.00 PDF 9781849665438 £55.00
Contents Introduction | The Modern Media Continuum | Media Frames | The Power of Representation | Defining Media Through Individual Motivations and Identities | Defining Media Through Organizational Practices | Defining Media Through Media Ownership | Defining Media Through Ideological Influences
John Banks, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
RESEARCH | MEDIA AND COMMUNICATIONS
August 2011 234x156mm 208pp HARDBACK 9781849664967 £50.00 EPUB 9781849666640 £50.00 PDF 9781849666657 £50.00
Alternative media have historically been a central force in social change. In this new book, Kenix argues, that they do not subvert the hierarchies of access that have always been fundamental to mainstream media. In fact, their journalistic norms and routines have always drawn on the professional standards of the mainstream. Through comparative analysis Kenix posits the perception of ‘mainstream’ and ‘alternative’ as a misconception, arguing that they’ve always existed on the same continuum and continue
to converge. Her vision recalibrates the media spectrum. This book examines alternative media while being cognizant that they are not situated completely outside the ideological mainstream, carrying distinctive identities excluded from entrenched, elite systems of power. The alternative media can – and do – construct distinct ‘alternative communications’ but they do so along a strikingly different continuum than hitherto envisaged.
User-generated content and user-led innovation have become significant cultural and economic phenomenons. Media consumers have become media producers. This book offers a rich description and analysis of the emerging participatory, co-creative relationships within the videogames industry. Banks discusses the challenges of incorporating these co-creative relationships into the development process. Drawing on a decade of research within the industry, the book gives us a unique insight
into the continually changing and growing world of videogames.
Contents Introduction | Situating Co-creative Culture | Co-creative Technologies | Opening the Production Pipeline: Unruly Creators | Co-creative Labour? | Co-creative Expertise | Modeling Co-creativity: Multiple Games (with Jason Potts) | Conclusion: ‘Making this damned thing work’
The Digital Scholar
How Technology is Changing Academic Practice Martin Weller, The Open University, UK
September 2011 234x156mm 256pp HARDBACK 9781849664974 £55.00 PAPERBACK 9781849666176 £17.99 EPUB 9781849666251 £17.99 PDF 9781849666268 £17.99
RESEARCH | MEDIA AND COMMUNICATIONS
This book delves into the changes in technology regarding higher education and seeks to define what it means to be a scholar in the digital age. While industries such as music, newspapers, film and publishing have seen radical changes in their business models and practices as a direct result of new technologies, higher education has so far resisted the wholesale changes we have seen elsewhere. However, a gradual and fundamental shift in the practice of academics is taking place. Every aspect of
scholarly practice is seeing changes effected by the adoption and possibilities of new technologies. This book explores these changes and their implications for higher education.
Contents Digital, Networked and Open | Is the Revolution Justified? | Lessons from Other Sectors | The Nature of Scholarship | Researchers and New Technology | Interdisciplinarity and Permeable Boundaries | Public Engagement as Collateral Damage | A Pedagogy of Abundance | Openness in Education | Network Weather | Reward and Tenure | Publishing | The Medals of Our Defeats | Digital Resilience
Political Economies of the Media
The Transformation of the Global Media Industries Edited by Dwayne Winseck and Dal Yong Jin Who owns the media? Are the conglomerate giants unshakable? This collection examines the ongoing transformation of media and brings together leading scholars to analyze, assess and explain the political economies of today’s media.
A Transatlantic History of the Social Sciences
Robber Barons, the Third Reich and the Invention of Empirical Social Research Christian Fleck ‘This book is a prodigious achievement, the best study yet written on the remarkable academic hybridity that arose between Germanspeaking thinkers and the American university.’ – Peter Baehr, Lingnan University, Hong Kong
RESEARCH | MEDIA AND COMMUNICATIONS • SOCIAL SCIENCES
July 2011 234x156mm 272pp HARDBACK 9781849663533 £55.00 EPUB 9781849664202 £55.00 PDF 9781849664271 £55.00
February 2011 234x156mm 400pp HARDBACK 9781849660518 £40.00 EPUB 9781849660501 £40.00 PDF 9781849664332 £40.00
Rating the Audience
The Business of Media Mark Balnaves, Tom O’Regan and Ben Goldsmith This is an accessible introduction to the history, machinery and impact of audience ratings. It is the first comparative account, demonstrating new insights into the complexity of audience participation and the methodological problems associated with assessing ratings. It is key reading for media professionals and students.
July 2011 234x156mm 224pp HARDBACK 9781849663427 £55.00 PAPERBACK 9781849663410 £19.99 EPUB 9781849664615 £19.99 PDF 9781849664608 £19.99
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A Genealogy of the Pleasure Ground
Deborah Philips, University of Brighton, UK
September 2011 234x156mm 224pp HARDBACK 9781849664912 £50.00 EPUB 9781849666664 £50.00 PDF 9781849666671 £50.00
Romances | Monsters, Murders and Vampires: the Gothic | The Riddles of the Sphinx: Egyptomania | Boys Own Stories: Explorer heroes | Treasure Islands and Blue Lagoons | Future Imperfect: Science and Technology | Constructing the West: Frontierland | Consuming the West: Main Street, USA | Afterword
Working the Spaces of Power
Activism, Neoliberalism and Gendered Labour Janet Newman, The Open University, UK
RESEARCH | CULTURAL STUDIES • SOCIOLOGY AND SOCIAL POLICY
The study investigates the cultural production of the visual iconography of popular pleasure grounds from the eighteenth century pleasure garden to the contemporary theme park. Deborah Philips identifies the literary genres, including fairy tale, gothic horror, Egyptiana and the Western which are common to carnival sites, tracing their historical transition across a range of media to become familiar icons of popular culture. Though the bricolage of narratives and imagery found in the contemporary
leisure zone has been read by many as emblematic of postmodern culture, the author argues that the clash of genres and stories is less a consequence of postmodern pastiche than it is the result of a history and popular tradition of conventionalized iconography.
Contents Pleasure Gardens, Great Exhibitions and Worlds Fairs: a Genealogy of the Theme Park | Illustrations and Innovations – the Metonymic Icons of the Carnival | Mickey Mouse Chivalry: Chivalric Romance | Fairy Tale
This book highlights the way in which contemporary forms of governance, policy and politics have been reframed by women ‘working the spaces of power’. It shows how links between activism and work have generated innovations that have since become ‘common sense’ forms of policy and practice. Janet Newman draws on interviews with a wide variety of women in positions of power. All of their work has been informed by a range of social movements and activist commitments. Newman
uses these interviews to interrogate, develop and challenge existing approaches to understanding social and political change.
Contents Introduction | Talking politics: Power, Agency and Identity | Being ‘Inside/Outside’: Working Lives, Politics and Social Change | Spaces of Power: Feminism, Social Policy and the Gendering of Governance | Perverse Alignments: Activism and the Governmentalisation of ‘Community’ | Culture Work: Institutional Change and the Dilemmas of ‘Leadership’ | Knowledge Work: Feminist Social Science and the Paradoxes of Post Structuralism | Austerity
December 2011 234x156mm 224pp HARDBACK 9781849664899 £65.00 PAPERBACK 9781849664905 £19.99 EPUB 9781849665001 £19.99 PDF 9781849665179 £19.99
Politics, the Big Society and the Regendering of Governance | Feminism and Neoliberalism? Paradigms of Social and Political Change
Globalizing Sport Studies Series
Series Editor: John Horne, University of Central Lancashire, UK Public interest in sport studies continues to grow throughout the world. This series brings together the latest global work in the field and acts as a knowledge hub for interdisciplinary work in sport studies. Whilst promoting work across disciplines, the series focuses on social scientific and cultural studies of sport. It brings together the most innovative scholarly empirical and theoretical work, from within the UK and internationally. This series: • Acts as a knowledge hub for social scientific and cultural research in sport • Contributes to the field of research by focusing on sport at regional, national and international levels • Will become synonymous with cutting-edge research, scholarly opportunities and academic development • Promotes the latest theoretical and empirical work in the field • Provides an English language outlet for high quality non-English writing on sport in society • Publishes innovative content simultaneously online and in print • Realizes the potential for globalizing sport studies through open content licensing with Creative Commons
Sport and International Development
A Critical Sociology Simon Darnell, Dalhousie University, Canada
Globalizing Sport Studies
RESEARCH | SOCIOLOGY AND SOCIAL POLICY
October 2011 234x156mm 208pp HARDBACK 9781849663441 £50.00 EPUB 9781849665919 £50.00 PDF 9781849665902 £50.00
Investigating Sporting Celebrity | Conclusion: Critical Praxis and Pedagogy in SDP
The role of sport in development initiatives has grown dramatically over the last five years, now finding a place in the UN’s millennium development goals. In Sport and International Development, Simon Darnell outlines the most recent sociological research on the role of sport in development initiatives. The book analyzes the relationship between sport and international development and looks at what this reveals about socio-political economy. Drawing on the latest empirical
research, the book is a thorough and timely analysis of the social and political implications of tying sport to development.
Contents Introduction: Situating Sport-for-Development and the SDP Movement | Sport Sociology and the SDP Movement | International Development Studies and SDP: Syntheses and Opportunities | The SDP Intern/Volunteer Experience | SDP, Development Theory, and Policy & Politics | Sport, International Development and Mega-Events | Sport and International Development:
Japanese Women and Sport
Beyond Baseball and Sumo Robin Kietlinski, Fordham University, USA
Globalizing Sport Studies
Global Media Sport
Flows, Forms and Futures David Rowe, University of Western Sydney, Australia
Globalizing Sport Studies
RESEARCH | SOCIOLOGY AND SOCIAL POLICY
September 2011 234x156mm 208pp HARDBACK 9781849663403 £50.00 EPUB 9781849666688 £50.00 PDF 9781849666695 £50.00
of Female Powerhouses on the International Scene | Progress and Potential: Sportswomen From Tokyo to Today | “Affecting the Lives of All of Us”: Analyzing Theoretical Issues of Japanese Women in Sport | Afterword: What About Women’s Baseball and Women’s Sumô?
October 2011 234x156mm 224pp HARDBACK 9781849660709 £50.00 EPUB 9781849666756 £50.00 PDF 9781849666763 £50.00
Conclusion: The Global Media Sports Cultural Complex: Continuities, Convulsions and Campaigns
In Japanese Women and Sport, Robin Kietlinski sets out to problematize the hegemonic image of the delicate Japanese woman. Kietlinski locates the discussion of Japanese women in sport within a larger East Asian context and considers the socio-economic position and history of modern Japan. Reaching from the early 20th century to the present day, Kietlinski traces the progression of Japanese women’s participation in sport from the first female school for
physical education and the foundations of competitive sport through to their growing presence in the Olympics and international sport. This is a fascinating book on a previously overlooked area in the history of modern Japan.
Contents Introduction: Why Women’s Sport? Why Japan? | Japanese Sportswomen in Context | The Road to Participation in Competitive Sport | From Calisthenics to Competition: Early Participation in International Sport | From Antipathy to Applause: The Emergence
How has globalization impacted on sports media? What are the economic ramifications? And what is the future of sports media? This book investigates the constituents, dimensions and implications of the flows of media sport from the Global West to the Global East and in the reverse direction. At an historical moment when the relative stability of the Western media sport order is under challenge, it analyzes a range of key structures, practices and issues whose
ramifications extend far beyond the fields of play and the national contexts in which sport events take place. It is a really exciting book for all those interested in this emerging field.
Contents Introduction: Global Media, Global Sport | Markets in Movement: Economic Dimensions of the Media Sport Spectacle | Television: Wider Screens, Narrower Visions? | Convergence, Networking and Interactivity | Media Sport: Global Flows and Forms | Tactical Manoeuvres and Public Relations Disasters |
Medicine, Sport and the Body
A Historical Perspective Neil Carter, De Montfort University, UK
RESEARCH | SOCIOLOGY AND SOCIAL POLICY
October 2011 234x156mm 208pp HARDBACK 9781849660679 £50.00 EPUB 9781849666800 £50.00 PDF 9781849666817 £50.00
What role does sports medicine play in today’s society? Is it solely about treating sports injuries? Should it only be concerned with elite sport? This book provides a history of the relationship between sport, medicine and health from the mid-19th century to today. It combines the sub-disciplines of the history of medicine and the history of sport to give a balanced analysis of the role of medicine in sport and how this has evolved over the past two centuries.
In an age where sports medicine plays an increasingly prominent role in both elite and recreational sport, this book provides a timely and clear analysis of its rise and purpose.
Contents Introduction | Sport as Medicine: Ideas of Health, Sport and Exercise | This Sporting Life: Injuries and Medical Provision | The Emergence of Sports Medicine | The Sporting Body | Drugs and Elite Sport | Repairing the Sporting Body | Sport, Medicine and Society | Boxing: A Medical History | Conclusion: The Consumption of Sports Medicine
A Critical Woman
Barbara Wootton, Social Science and Public Policy in the Twentieth Century Ann Oakley With a foreword by Baroness Tessa Blackstone Barbara Wootton was one of the extraordinary public figures of the twentieth century: an outstanding social scientist, an architect of the welfare state and an iconoclast who challenged conventional wisdoms. This book is an engaged account of the making of British social policy seen through the lens of the life of a pivotal figure.
Children in Custody
Anglo-Russian Perspectives Mary McAuley Why are more young law breakers imprisoned in Russia and the UK than in any other European country? This book explores the treatment of young offenders in these two very different states and the political and institutional context of their distinctively punitive approach.
RESEARCH | SOCIOLOGY AND SOCIAL POLICY
May 2011 234 x 156 mm 320pp HARDBACK 9781849664684 £30.00 EPUB 9781849664707 £30.00 PDF 9781849664691 £30.00
2009 234x156mm 276pp HARDBACK 9781849660006 £50.00 EPUB 9781849660181 £50.00 PDF 9781849663540 £50.00
The New Dangerous Class Guy Standing The Precariat is a new class, comprising the growing number of people facing lives of insecurity, doing work without a past or future. Their lack of belonging and identity means inadequate access to social and economic rights. Why is this new class growing, what political dangers does it represent and how might these be addressed?
The Trouble and Strife Reader
Edited by Deborah Cameron and Joan Scanlon
April 2011 234x156mm 192pp HARDBACK 9781849663526 £60.00 PAPERBACK 9781849663519 £19.99 EPUB 9781849664561 £19.99 PDF 9781849664547 £19.99
2009 234x156mm 272pp PAPERBACK 9781849660020 £18.99 EPUB 9781849660389 £18.99 PDF 9781849660129 £18.99
This is a collection of the best and most enduring articles published in Trouble and Strife: The Radical Feminist Magazine, during its 20year life, including pieces by Stevi Jackson, Diana Leonard, Julia Swindells, Sara Scott and Liz Kelly.
The Future of Public Service Reform
Edited by Henry Kippin, Commission on 2020 Public Services and Gerry Stoker, University of Southampton, UK
November 2011 234x156mm 224pp HARDBACK 9781849663489 £55.00 EPUB 9781849665933 £55.00 PDF 9781849665940 £55.00
Reform in a Cold Fiscal Climate | Financing our Future Welfare State | The Future of JoinedUp Public Services | Conclusions | Afterword For a full list of contributors, see our website.
RESEARCH | POLITICS AND PUBLIC POLICY
A Political Biography Robin Bunce, University of Cambridge, UK, and Paul Field, Lawyer and Journalist
November 2011 234x156mm 224pp HARDBACK 9781849664950 £55.00 EPUB 9781849666510 £55.00 PDF 9781849666503 £55.00
| ‘Darcus out of jail’ | Black People’s Day of Action | Riots in Brixton | Channel 4 | Playing Devil’s Advocate | Slave Nation | Conclusion: ‘Darcus Howe is a West Indian, and he lives in Britain’
This volume investigates the future of public service reform in the UK. Containing original research from some of the UK’s leading political thinkers, it explores the interface between citizens, the state and civil society in contemporary Britain, examining how a new public services settlement might be constructed that is grounded in the needs and capabilities of contemporary citizens.
Contents Foreword | Introduction | Part 1 – 2020 Citizens:
Motivation, Behaviour & the Future of Public Services | The Case for a Civic Approach to Public Services | Restoring Social Citizenship in an Age of New Risks | Part 2 – Democracy, Equality & Capability: A Capability and Human Rights Approach to Public Services | Public Service Reform and Societal Inequality | Democracy, Deliberation and Public Service Reform | Part 3 – Delivery and Accountability: Fostering Supply Side Markets for Public Services | Our Future Sources of Welfare: Third Sector Role | Assessing the Evidence on Choice | Targets, Choice and Voice: Accountability in Public Services | Part 4 – Assessing the Challenges Ahead: Public Service
This is a political and intellectual biography of an important and controversial figure in British race politics. Darcus Howe, recently a high-profile television journalist, has a long history as a grass-roots activist. On arrival in Britain in the early 70s he joined the British Black Panthers. Here he attracted the attention of Special Branch. Over the next decade he was involved in high profile campaigns that led to a seismic shift in British attitudes. The book uses Howe’s life as a lens through
which to explore the British civil rights movement in the 1970s and ‘80s. Howe has a unique intellectual position forged through personal experience and his interaction with leading black thinkers.
Contents Introduction: ‘Darcus Howe is a West-Indian’ | Son of a Preacher Man | Black Power | ‘Seize Power and Send for James’: Black Power Revolution in Trinidad | A Resting Place in Babylon: Frank Crichlow and the Mangrove | Demonstration | Reaction | Fifty-Five Days at the Old Bailey | Race Today | Battle of Lewisham
A Mutual Respect Approach to Protest Crowd–Police Relations Vern Neufeld Redekop and Shirley Paré How can large protest crowds be better and more respectfully managed by police? This topical book applies the principles of communitybased conflict resolution to the policing of large crowds, suggesting a new approach based on mutual respect for protesters as principled dissenters and for police as non-repressive agents of public order.
Nudge, Nudge, Think, Think
Experiments in Changing Civic Behaviour Peter John, Sarah Cotterill, Hanhua Liu, Liz Richardson, Hisako Nomura, Alice Moseley, Graham Smith, Gerry Stoker and Corinne Wales
RESEARCH | POLITICS AND PUBLIC POLICY
February 2010 234x156mm 272pp HARDBACK 9781849660044 £50.00 EPUB 9781849660174 £50.00 PDF 9781849663564 £50.00
September 2011 234x156mm 208pp HARDBACK 9781849660594 £40.00 EPUB 9781849660587 £40.00 PDF 9781849664752 £40.00
How can governments persuade citizens to act in socially beneficial ways? This successor to Thaler and Sunstein’s cult book Nudge argues that an alternative approach needs to be considered – a ‘think’ strategy, in which citizens deliberate their own priorities as part of a process of civic renewal.
The Careless State
Wealth and Welfare in Britain Today Paul Taylor
Prospects for Citizenship
January 2010 234x156mm 240pp HARDBACK 9781849660013 £30.00 EPUB 9781849660365 £30.00 PDF 9781849663557 £30.00
This book considers the causes and consequences of the current crisis in the global financial system, arguing that a wide range of problems for the middle sections of society can be traced to the appearance of a class of the ‘über-rich’.
Gerry Stoker, Chris Armstrong, Anthony McGrew, Andrew Mason, David Owen, Graham Smith, This text offers an Momoh Banya, Derek McGhee and empirically informed Clare Saunders theoretical overview of the prospects for citizenship in the light of its current political February 2011 context. The authorial 234x156mm 208pp team comprises leading HARDBACK names from across the 9781849660051 £45.00 field, offering a cutting EPUB edge analysis of the 9781849660754 £45.00 problems and pressures PDF of citizenship in the 9781849664424 £45.00 twenty-first century.
Environmental Networks and Social Movement Theory
Clare Saunders, University of Southampton, UK
October 2011 234x156mm 256pp HARDBACK 9781849660525 £55.00 EPUB 9781849660532 £55.00 PDF 9781849664875 £55.00
RESEARCH | POLITICS AND PUBLIC POLICY
Critical Theory and Technology Design Graeme Kirkpatrick, University of Manchester, UK
September 2011 234 x 156mm 192pp HARDBACK 9781849660563 £45.00 EPUB 9781849660570 £45.00 PDF 9781849664349 £45.00
Are environmentalists in Britain part of a transnational movement or are they tactically and ideologically distinct? How can we understand the environmental movement within the context of social movement theory? This is a penetrating analysis of the state of the environmental movement, based on detailed empirical materials, including surveys from 144 UK environmental associations, interviews with over 40 key campaigners and
extensive participant observation.
Contents Introduction | What and Where on Earth is the Environmental Movement? | Key Organisations and Campaigns in the Environmental Movement | Collective Behaviour and the Argument Against ‘Theory Bashing’ | The Role of Resources in Relationships | Structure and Contingency and their Effects on Movement Networking | New Social Movements: What are they and is the Environmental Movement One? | Collective Identity and Solidarity. Do they Unify or Factionalise Movements? | The Case
for Integrating Social Movement Theory | A Green Rainbow?
In our rush for growth have we trusted too much to computers? In Technical Politics Graeme Kirkpatrick clarifies the place of technology in critical theory, offering a strategic conception of the politics of technology design. Going beyond existing critical and constructionist theory, he examines the role of information technology in the contemporary economic crisis, offering a radical new perspective on the future of technology
and how that future might be organized to serve human interests.
Contents What is Technical Politics? | Capitalist Technical Codes | Civilizational Models | Designing for Change by Changing Design | Paths to Freedom | Interview with Andrew Feenberg
How Creativity is Changing China
Li Wuwei, Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences, China
Access to Knowledge Series
July 2011 216x138mm 160pp HARDBACK 9781849666190 £50.00 PAPERBACK 9781849666169 £16.99 EPUB 9781849666589 £16.99 PDF 9781849666572 £16.99
Transformation of China’s Economy | Chapter Three: Changing Development Concepts | Chapter Four: Changing the Approach to Value Creation | Chapter Five: The Creative City | Chapter Six: Toward a Creative Society
RESEARCH | DEVELOPMENT STUDIES
The Access to Knowledge series addresses the issues currently facing intellectual property and innovation in developing countries. These titles explore how innovation, copyrights and patents have influenced their various economies. The series incorporates grassroots perspectives as well as new research, which is unavailable elsewhere. These thoughtfully written and thoroughly researched books consider emerging ideas and practices in innovation and collaboration in the individual contexts of countries including Brazil, India and Egypt. They consider the role of intellectual property policies in the expansion of economic growth. Among the topics discussed are exceptions and limitations to copyright, free software and open business models, patent reform and access to medicines, as well as open innovation in the biotechnology sector. These books are a must-read for anyone with an interest in economic development and the fundamental human right to access knowledge. We welcome the submission of new proposals for this series. Please contact the commissioning editor: firstname.lastname@example.org
This book considers the significance of the creative industries on China’s economy and society. The question Professor Wuwei investigates is not ‘whether’ creativity is changing China – but ‘how’ creativity is changing China. The outcome will have a profound impact on how China develops and its economic role in the world. Creative industries maintain and protect historical and cultural heritage, improve
cultural capital, and foster communities as well as individual creativity. This leads to the improvement of cultural assets of cities, the establishment of city brands and identity, the promotion of the creative economy, and overall economic and social development. In this context, creativity is changing China forever.
Contents Foreword: John Howkins | Preface | Editor’s Introduction | Introduction | Chapter One | Chapter Two:
Access to Knowledge in India
Edited by Ramesh Subramanian, Quinnipiac University, USA
Access to Knowledge
Access to Knowledge in Egypt
New Research on Intellectual Property, Innovation and Development Edited by Nagla Rizk and Lea Shaver
Access to Knowledge
RESEARCH | DEVELOPMENT STUDIES
August 2011 234x156mm 160pp HARDBACK 9781849665261 £45.00 EPUB 9781849665582 £45.00 PDF 9781849665575 £45.00
This is the third volume in our Access to Knowledge series. India is a $1 trillion economy which nevertheless struggles with a very high poverty rate and very low access to knowledge for almost seventy percent of its population which lives in rural areas. This volume features four parts on current issues facing intellectual property, development policy and associated innovation, from the Indian perspective. Each chapter is authored
by scholars taking an interdisciplinary approach and affiliated to Indian or American universities and Indian think-tanks. Each examines a policy area that significantly impacts access to knowledge.
Contents Introduction and Foreword | Regulating Access to Knowledge: A Review of Traditional Knowledge Policy in India | Public Libraries and Access to Knowledge (A2K): A History of Open Access (OA) and the Internet in India in the 19th and 20th Century | Access to Medicines
in India: A Review of Recent Concerns | ICT for Development in Rural India: A Report | Access to Knowledge in Farming: The Internet and its Impacts
2010 234x156mm 240pp HARDBACK 9781849660082 £45.00 EPUB 9781849660167 £45.00 PDF 9781849663588 £45.00
This ground-breaking volume features chapters on current issues facing intellectual property, innovation and development policy from the Egyptian perspective. It is an essential overview of the key issues facing access to knowledge, intellectual property rights and development worldwide.
Access to Knowledge
Access to Knowledge in Brazil
New Research on Intellectual Property, Innovation and Development Edited by Lea Shaver
2010 234x156mm 160pp HARDBACK 9781849660099 £45.00 EPUB 9781849660457 £45.00 PDF 9781849663595 £45.00
Access to Knowledge in Brazil addresses the issues currently facing intellectual property and innovation in the context of Brazil. This book explores how copyrights and patents have influenced this country’s rapidly growing economy. This volume contains grassroots perspectives and new research.
Development Financing and Economic Insecurity
Edited by Rob Vos, DESA, United Nations
RESEARCH | DEVELOPMENT STUDIES
Despite the rise in recent decades in the average income level, economic insecurity has increased. There is a growing need among scholars and policy makers to have greater understanding of the problems of economic insecurity and the steps that may be taken to mitigate it. This book is an important step forward. Written by leading experts it sheds light on the causes of economic insecurity and how better functioning financial systems and more effective macroeconomic policies could mitigate the
degree of economic insecurity in developing countries and overcome many of its negative consequences.
Contents Preface | Introduction | Managing Financial Instability: Why Prudence is Not Enough? | Globalization, Off-shoring, and Economic Insecurity in Industrialized Countries | Insurance against Losses from Natural Disasters in Developing Countries | Assessing the Insurance Role of Microsavings | Assessing the Success of Microinsurance Programmes in Meeting Insurance Needs of the Poor | Insurance, Credit, and Safety Nets for the Poor in a World of Risk | Can Microinsurance Reduce Economic Insecurity and Poverty? By How Much and How?
July 2011 234x156mm 256pp HARDBACK 9781849665339 £55.00 PAPERBACK 9781849665346 £24.99 EPUB 9781849665797 £24.99 PDF 9781849665780 £24.99
Globalization and Policy Challenges for Economies in Transition
Transition and Diversification Edited by Rob Vos, DESA, United Nations
July 2011 234x156mm 256pp HARDBACK 9781849665322 £55.00 PAPERBACK 9781849665315 £24.99 EPUB 9781849665759 £24.99 PDF 9781849665766 £24.99
Transition | Remittances in the CIS: Their Economic Implications and a New Estimation Procedure | Addressing the Policy Challenge in Economies Which Are Not Rich in Natural Resources: the Case of Low-Incomes CIS
RESEARCH | DEVELOPMENT STUDIES
State-Building and Economic Development in Post-Conflict Countries Edited by Richard Kozul-Wright, DESA, United Nations
This book focuses on the challenges economies face when in transition. It brings together new contributions from renowned academic scholars. It aims to answer fundamental questions and spell out policy options to address the challenges for economies in transition. The volume includes comparative studies focusing on all transition economies.
Contents Introduction: Integration and Diversification: the Policy Challenge for
Economies in Transition | Institutions and Diversification of the Economies in Transition: Policy Challenges | Trade, Investments and Developments in the Western Balkans | International Trade and Economic Diversification: Patterns and Polices in Economies in Transition| Foreign Direct Investment in Transition Economies: Strengthening the Gains from Integration | Trends and Patterns of FDI in the Economies in Transition | Strengthening Trade Linkages Between CIS and China: Some Empirical Evidences from Panel Data Models | Business Environment and Economic Performance in the Economies in
This volume brings together new contributions from academic economists and political scientists as well as experts from the United Nations. It calls for a more integrated policy approach and studies the processes which lead to the explosion of civil strife. This book tries to spell out the policy options available to address the challenges faced by post-conflict economies. It calls for a more integrated policy approach which can gradually repair trust in public institutions.
Contents Preface | Introduction | Development and Conflict: Theoretical and Empirical Linkages | Peace-Building and the Social Contract | State-building for PeaceBuilding: What Theory and Whose Role? | The Impact of Armed Civil Conflicts on Household Welfare and Economic Recovery | Post-Conflict Recovery: Resource Mobilization and Reconstruction | Post-Conflict Recovery: Aid Effectiveness and Permanent Peace | PostConflict Recovery: Lessons from the Marshall Plan for the 21st Century
July 2011 234x156mm 256pp HARDBACK 9781849665391 £55.00 PAPERBACK 9781849665407 £24.99 EPUB 9781849665889 £24.99 PDF 9781849665865 £24.99
The Impoverishment of Analysis, Measurement and Policies Edited by Jomo Kwame Sundaram and Anisuzzaman Chowdhury
Innovation and Nanotechnology
Converging Technologies and the End of Intellectual Property David Koepsell This title presents a new way of understanding how the emerging technologies of the very small demand a new approach to scientific discovery and innovation. It develops a theory of authorship, artifacts and intentionality as they relate to public policies and institutions.
RESEARCH | DEVELOPMENT STUDIES • SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
March 2011 234x156mm 240pp HARDBACK 9781849664172 £50.00 PAPERBACK 9781849666183 £24.99 EPUB 9781849664523 £24.99 PDF 9781849664516 £24.99
Poverty remains stubbornly high in many parts of the world. This collection argues that the mainstream perspectives on poverty have contributed to considerable distortion and misunderstanding.
Science, Ethics and Society
April 2011 234x156mm 240pp HARDBACK 9781849663434 £50.00 EPUB 9781849664806 £50.00 PDF 9781849664790 £50.00
International Governance of Biotechnology
Needs, Problems and Potential Catherine Rhodes
Science’s First Mistake
Delusions in Pursuit of Theory Ian Angell and Dionysios Demetis This book seeks to deconstruct the process of scientific knowledge discovery and theory construction by scrutinizing the circumstances under which all scientific hypotheses are conceived. It concentrates on the interrelatedness of observation, paradox, delusion and self reference in scientific theory and method.
December 2010 234x156mm 224pp HARDBACK 9781849660655 £50.00 EPUB 9781849660778 £50.00 PDF 9781849663601 £50.00
International Governance of Biotechnology concentrates on the need to establish an international regulatory framework for the monitoring of biotechnology research. Comprehensive in scope, this book covers all aspects of regulation associated with what many consider to be a highly contentious area.
July 2010 234x156mm 256pp HARDBACK 9781849660648 £50.00 EPUB 9781849660686 £50.00 PDF 9781408138915 £50.00
Towards a Co-Regulatory Solution Christopher T. Marsden In considering market developments and policy responses to some of the most heated net-neutrality debates in Europe and the United States, Net Neutrality is the first, fully comprehensive overview of the subject. This book is unique in providing readers with a comprehensive outline of recommended policy prescriptives.
The ‘What Is?’ Research Methods Series
Series Editor: Graham Crow, University of Southampton, UK The ‘What is?’ series provides authoritative introductions to a range of research methods which are at the forefront of developments in the social sciences. Each volume sets out the key elements of the particular method and features examples of its application, drawing on a consistent structure across the whole series. Written in an accessible style by leading experts in the field, this series is an innovative pedagogical and research resource. This series: • Provides authoritative introductions to a broad range of research methods • Covers both quantitative and qualitative approaches • Is both accessible and comprehensive, enabling its use at all levels of study • Integrates new methodological approaches with already established methods • Encourages active research by illustrating how each method can be applied in practice • Promotes work across disciplines • Stimulates ongoing debate in the research methods field • Publishes innovative content simultaneously online and in print
RESEARCH | SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY • RESEARCH METHODS
2010 234x156mm 320pp HARDBACK 9781849660068 £60.00 EPUB 9781849660372 £60.00 PDF 9781849663571 £60.00
Interdisciplinary Research Journeys
Practical Strategies for Capturing Creativity Catherine Lyall, Ann Bruce, Joyce Tait and Laura Meagher
May 2011 234x156mm 224pp HARDBACK 9781849660136 £50.00 EPUB 9781849660143 £50.00 PDF 9781849664479 £50.00
‘Interdisciplinarity’ has become a rallying cry among funders and leaders of research. Yet, while the creative potential of interdisciplinary research is great, it poses many challenges. This book provides a practical guide to interdisciplinary research: to help build interdisciplinary skills and mobilize a new and growing research community.
What is Online Research?
Tristram Hooley, University of Derby, UK, Jane Wellens, University of Nottingham, UK, and John Marriott, University of Derby, UK
October 2011 198x129mm 112pp PAPERBACK 9781849665247 £16.99
What are Community Studies?
Graham Crow, Southampton University, UK
TEXTBOOKS | RESEARCH METHODS
December 2011 198x129mm 112pp PAPERBACK 9781849665957 £16.99
Online research is perhaps the most obvious but also the most difficult of research methods. What is Online Research? is a straightforward, accessible introduction to social research online. The book covers the key issues and concerns for all social scientists, with sections on research design, ethics and good practice. Short, clear case studies are used throughout to allow students to see examples of the research in practice. Wide ranging and
interdisciplinary, What is Online Research? shows researchers how to engage in the online environment in innovative ways, and points the way forward for future research.
Contents Introduction | Negotiating the Jargon | A Brief History of Online Research Methods | Dealing with Ethical Issues in Online Research | Online Surveys | Online Interviews and Focus Groups | Online Ethnographies | Online Experiments | Where Next for Online Methods? | Annotated Bibliography
In an age of growing globalization and welfare states, community relations are now more important than ever. What are Community Studies? gives an overview of the community studies field, with particular focus on the research methods used, and how they have evolved in recent years. Defining the key terms in the field, it outlines the history of the methods used in community studies and uses examples and case studies to illuminate the theory. This book captures the organization of modern community life and
shows how current researchers are working with broader and more imaginative definitions of community. Responding to criticisms of the discipline, What are Community Studies? challenges our traditional notions of community and how they are analyzed. Graham Crow’s What are Community Studies? is a vital resource for researchers in the field.
Contents Defining Key Terms | A History | Three Exemplars | Usefulness | Challenges | Criticisms and Defences | Summary and Where Next? | Short Annotated Bibliography | References
Human Rights and Democracy
The Precarious Triumph of Ideals Todd Landman, University of Essex, UK
TEXTBOOKS | POLITICS
The twentieth century has been described as the bloodiest in human history, but it was also the century in which people around the world embraced ideas of democracy and human rights as never before. They constructed social, political and legal institutions seeking to contain human behaviour, ensuring that by the turn of the twenty-first century more countries were democratic than non-democratic and the protection of human rights had been extended far beyond the expectations of
the creators of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Todd Landman offers an optimistic, yet cautionary tale of these developments, drawing on the literature from politics, international relations and international law. He celebrates the global turn from tyranny and violence towards democracy and rights but he also warns of the precariousness of these achievements.
Contents Introduction | Abundance and Freedom | Democracy and Human
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Rights | Waves and Setbacks | Evidence and Explanations | Agents and Advocates | Truth and Justice | Threats and Pitfalls | Benefits and Outcomes | Hopes and Challenges
Writing History Series
Series Editors: Stefan Berger, University of Manchester, UK, Heiko Feldner, Cardiff University, UK, and Kevin Passmore, Cardiff University, UK This series: • Offers clear and thorough introductions to various historical eras and concepts • Provides accessible overviews of particular fields in history, focusing on the practical application of theory in historical writing • Succinctly explains key concepts to demonstrate the ways in which they have informed effective historical writing on both history and historiography • Analyzes key historical texts and their producers within their institutional arrangement and as part of a wider social discourse • Forms part of a series with a holistic approach, which ensures that students benefit from an enhanced understanding of how to negotiate the contours of successful historical writing • Covers a diverse range of subjects and content, from gender history to medieval history ISSN: 2045-3043
Writing the History of Memory
Edited by Stefan Berger, University of Manchester, UK, and Bill Niven, Nottingham Trent University, UK
TEXTBOOKS | HISTORY
November 2011 234x156mm 224pp PAPERBACK 9780340991886 £19.99
How objective are our history books? In this most recent addition to the Writing History series, Writing the History of Memory examines the critical role that memory plays in the writing of history. Written by specialists in the field, this book examines topics such as oral history, generational and collective memory. This book is essential reading for any students wanting to understand how the past has been remembered.
Contents Introduction | Memory and History in the Ancient World | The Uses of Memory in the Carolingian Era | History-writing on the Relationship Between Politics and National Memory | Generation and Collective Memory: A ConceptualMethodological Exploration | Memory as both Source and Subject of Study: The Transformations of Oral History’ | Pierre Nora’s Lieux de Memoire and the Links Between Memory and Identity | Writing the History of Memorials and Memorial Practice | Writing the Museum | The ‘Memoriography’ of the Holocaust: Issues and Debates | On the Memory of Communisim in Central Europe
Theory and Practice Second Edition Edited by Heiko Feldner, Kevin Passmore and Stefan Berger
Writing Postcolonial History
TEXTBOOKS | HISTORY
2010 234x156mm 384pp PAPERBACK 9780340975152 £18.99
The second edition of Writing History provides students with an overview of how the study of history is informed by a broader intellectual and analytical framework. Rather than focus on abstract theory, it provides students with succinct explanations of the key concepts which illuminate the dual processes of studying and writing history.
2010 234x156mm 192pp PAPERBACK 9780340949993 £19.99
Writing Postcolonial History is the first book to provide students with an analysis of postcolonial theory in relation to historical research. In focusing on the practical application of postcolonial theory in historical writing, Majumdar ably tackles the key issues in postcolonial studies from its beginnings to the present day.
Writing Gender History
Second Edition Laura Lee Downs
Writing the Holocaust
Edited by Jean-Marc Dreyfus and Daniel Langton
2010 234x156mm 224pp PAPERBACK 9780340975169 £18.99
‘Puts the entire range of women’s and gender history into context, showing how it challenges the conventional pieties, opens up veins of new research, and transforms our understanding of every aspect of history.’ Lynn Hunt, University of California, USA
September 2011 234x156mm 256pp PAPERBACK 9780340991893 £19.99
Writing the Holocaust demonstrates the impact of current theories from the humanities and social sciences upon the treatment of Holocaust studies. It simplifies the vast range of literature on this subject, providing an accessibly written overview of the major theoretical developments which continue to inform historical writing on the Holocaust.
Inventing the Nation Series
Series Editor: Keith Robbins, University of Wales, UK ‘Nationalist’ writers and politicians have been apt to take the ‘nation’ as a ‘given’ entity, perhaps, indeed, a providential one. But the histories in this series explore the extent to which ‘nations’ are made, not born, whether through conscious manipulation by an elite, guided by more ‘popular’ imperatives, or a combination of the two. Each volume in the series explains how and when the modern nation state of its title came about, and at the same time demonstrates that the process was complex, contingent... anything but pre-ordained. Titles in the series include: • Germany • India and Pakistan • Russia • Italy • China • Ireland • France ISSN: 1754-5943
Second Edition Stefan Berger, University of Manchester, UK
Inventing the Nation
TEXTBOOKS | HISTORY
October 2011 234x156mm 320pp PAPERBACK 9781849665384 £22.99
Fully revised and updated, the new edition of Inventing the Nation: Germany explains the diverse ways in which national identity has been constructed over more than three centuries and with eight different territorial states all claiming to be German. It highlights the plurality of contested definitions of ‘Germanness’. The themes covered include the struggles between democratic and non-democratic inventions of the nation, the construction of the racial nation under Nazism, economic definitions of the
nation and the impact of war on the construction of German national identity. Not only does the book use history and historiography, but also literature, art and a range of other disciplines to provide answers to the question which has haunted Germans ever since it was first asked by Ernst Moritz Arndt: ‘What is a German’s fatherland?’
Contents Introduction: Constructing Germany| A Movement of ‘Marginal Men’: The National Idea until 1819| Nationalism in Search of a Mass Audience 1819-1971| Making Germans, 1871– 1912| The Mythologies of
War and the Republican Nation, 1914–1933| The Racial Nation, 1933–1945| Towards Postnationalism? The Federal Republic of Germany, 1945–1990| The Failure of a ‘Socialist Nation’: The German Democratic Republic, 1945–1990| Quo Vadis Germany? National identity Debates after Reunification| Conclusion: Reinventing Germany for the Twenty-first Century
A History of Eastern Europe 1740–1918
Empires, Nations and Modernisation Second edition Ian D. Armour, Grant MacEwan College, Canada
October 2011 234x156mm 304pp PAPERBACK 9781849664882 £22.99
TEXTBOOKS | HISTORY
New Edition R. J. B. Bosworth
‘It is lucid, elegant and a pleasure to read.’ The Daily Telegraph ‘The best biography in English to date’ The Spectator ‘A fresh, intelligent and judicious re-examination of Mussolini and the Fascist period’ The New York Times Sunday Book Review
This book is an authoritative inquiry into some of the most turbulent events in the history of Eastern Europe. By considering three key themes: modernism, nationalism and empire, Armour analyzes how the foundations of nationalism developed from within an environment of widespread social turmoil.
Contents List of Maps | Preface | Introduction | Part One: The EighteenthCentury Background 1740–1804: Peoples, States and Societies
| War, Enlightenment and Nationalism | The Habsburg Monarchy’s Attempt at Modernisation | The Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth | The Ottoman Empire | Russia and Prussia as Regional Powers | Part Two: Nationalism, Revolution and State-Formation 1804–1867: Forces of the Age: The International Scene 1804–1867 | Forces of the Age: Liberalism, Nationalism and Economic Change | Forces of the Age: Liberalism, Nationalism and Economic Change 1804–1867 | The Habsburg Monarchy from Enlightened Absolutism to the Ausgleich | The Ottoman Empire and the Balkan NationStates | Russia and Prussia 1804–1867 | Part Three: Nationalism, Independence and
Modernisation 1867– 1918: Nation-States and Modernisation | The Austro-Hungarian Monarchy 1867–1914 | Ottoman Retreat and the Balkan Nation-States to 1914 | The Russian and German Empires to 1914 | The First World War 1914– 1918 | Conclusion
2010 216x138mm 544pp PAPERBACK 9780340981733 £14.99
Modern Italy in Historical Perspective
Nick Carter Modern Italy in Historical Perspective is a balanced and engaging account of Italian history. Nick Carter provides students with a comprehensive overview of the social, cultural, economic and political developments in modern Italy, guiding his readers from the period of Mussolini through to Berlusconi.
2010 234x156mm 352pp HARDBACK 9781849663335 £65.00 PAPERBACK 9780340759011 £19.99
Britain and Europe, 1500–1780
Britain and Europe
State and Society
A Social and Political History of Britain since 1870 Third Edition Martin Pugh
Arnold History of Britain
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December 2010 234x156mm 400pp PAPERBACK 9780340581193 £19.99
Britain and Europe 1500–1780 explores the history of Britain, emphasizing political relations and important connections between its three kingdoms and the continental powers. Houlbrooke analyzes political and religious events, locating them in the broader picture of the society, economics and culture of the time.
2008 235x161mm 416pp PAPERBACK 9780340966891 £24.99
State and Society is one of the most respected and widely read introductions to the social and political history of modern Britain. Now in its third edition, the book’s analysis has moved beyond the downfall of Margaret Thatcher, guiding readers up to the point of Labour’s watershed victory in the 1997 election.
The Fall of the Western Roman Empire
An Archaelogical and Historical Perspective Neil Christie
The World Since 1945
This book offers a fresh assessment of the Western Roman Empire’s ostensible decline. Neil Christie presents a compelling argument that the Roman Empire did not dissolve; rather it was simply transformed in the West and persistent in the East. Emphasizing the interplay of history with archaeology in this period, this book is a vital student text. An International History P. M. H. Bell The World Since 1945 is a succinct explanation of international history between the period of the Second World War and the Cold War. Bell provides students with an accessibly structured response to the problem of interpretation, discussing key concepts in relation to how they have helped shape contemporary interpretations of the period.
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History in Practice
Second Edition Ludmilla Jordanova History in Practice explores the discipline’s breadth, its complexities and the tasks it takes on. This classic text discusses the role of history as an academic discipline and the complicit use of historical ideas in the wider world. This book is essential reading for all students needing an understanding of history as a discipline.
Arnold History of Britain
The Nazi Dictatorship
Problems and Perspectives of Interpretation Fourth Edition Ian Kershaw
2006 235x161mm 272pp PAPERBACK 9780340814345 £17.99
2000 234x164mm 304pp PAPERBACK 9780340760284 £21.99
In the fourth edition of The Nazi Dictatorship, Kershaw evaluates the complex historiography of the Third Reich, drawing particularly on research by German scholars, which is not available in English. This is a well-established text, providing students with a detailed examination of interpretational issues that characterize the study of this most important field.
TEXTBOOKS | HISTORY
The Long Eighteenth Century
British Political and Social History 1688–1832 Frank O’Gorman
Thunder in the East
The Nazi-Soviet War 1941–1945 Evan Mawdsley
Series Editor: Hew Strachan
1997 235x158mm 432pp PAPERBACK 9780340567517 £21.99
The Long Eighteenth Century is the broadest single volume to focus on this period in Britain’s history. The book blends narrative chapters with more solid analysis, offering a fresh and cogent account of the period. Written by a leading scholar, it is the most established text on this topic.
2007 235x159mm 528pp PAPERBACK 9780340613924 £19.99
Thunder in the East is a penetrating overview of the Nazi-Soviet conflict. Mawdsley analyzes the Wehrmacht and Red Army as well as the command and production systems that were able to sustain them. Benefiting from a post-Communist, post-Cold War perspective, the book takes advantage of a wealth of new studies and source material which have only recently become available.
Rethinking the Weimar Republic
Authority and Authoritarianism 1916–1936 Anthony McElligott Anthony McElligott’s new study challenges conventional approaches to the history of the Weimar Republic. Taking as its premise that neither 1918 nor 1933 constituted distinctive breaks in early twentieth-century German history, Rethinking the Weimar Republic stretches the chronological-political parameters of the republic from 1916 to 1936.
Crises of Empire
Decolonization and Europe’s Imperial Nation States, 1918–1975 Martin Thomas, Bob Moore and L. J. Butler This book is essential reading for anyone interested in the study of imperialism and comparative decolonization, providing fresh insights on issues ranging from contemporary European history and international politics through to the legacies of colonialism across the developing world.
TEXTBOOKS | HISTORY
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The Ebbing of European Ascendancy
An International History of the World 1914–1945 Sally Marks In the space of little over thirty years, the world was transformed. Europe’s great powers were no longer ascendant and the US became a ‘superpower’. This book assesses what happened during that time. Stressing 2002 the role of empire and 240x177mm 480pp the non-Western world, it PAPERBACK offers a truly international 9780340555668 £29.99 picture of the period.
Reformation England 1480–1642
2003 237x179mm 256pp PAPERBACK 9780340706244 £21.99
Following the formula of other titles within this highly successful series, Reformation England 1480–1642 examines all aspects of the English Reformation. Providing the first textbook treatment of ‘The Long Reformation’, this is a vital text for students interested in this area.
A Political and Social History 1815–1905, W. D. Rubinstein 9780340575345 1998 £17.99 Arnold History of Britain
Britain and the Continent 1000–1300
The Impact of the Norman Conquest, Donald Matthew 9780340740613 2005 £24.99 Britain and Europe
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Anthony Upton 9780340663387 2001 £24.99 Arnold History of Europe
Britain and Europe 1789–2005
Keith Robbins 9780340577868 2005 £21.99 Britain and Europe
The Transformation of Europe 1300–1600
David Nicholas 9780340662083 1999 £22.99 Arnold History of Europe
The Demise of Communist East Europe
1989 in Context, Robin Okey, 2004 Hardback 9780340740569 £55.00 Paperback 9780340740576 £18.99 Historical Endings
The Impact of the English Reformation 1500–1640
Edited by Peter Marshall 9780340677094 1997 £19.99 Arnold Readers in History
The End of the Cold War Era
The Transformation of the Global Security Order, Saki Dockrill 9780340740323 2005 £24.99 Historical Endings
The English Experience 1650–1914, Edited by Pamela Sharpe 9780340676967 1998 £19.99 Arnold Readers in History
The Ottoman Peoples and the End of Empire
Justin McCarthy 9780340706572 2001 £21.99 Historical Endings
Thomas Gallant 9780340763377 2001 £19.99 Brief Histories
Britain and the World in the Twentieth Century
John W. Young 9780340540138 1997 £17.99 International Relations and the Great Powers
Maria Dowling 9780340763698 2002 £18.99 Brief Histories
France and the World Since 1870
John Keiger 9780340595077 2001 £24.99 International Relations and the Great Powers
Eastern Europe 1939–2000
Mark Pittaway, 2004 Hardback 978034076220 £70.00 Paperback 9780340762196 £24.99 Brief Histories
Russia and the World Since 1917
Caroline Kennedy-Pipe 9780340652053 1998 £16.99 International Relations and the Great Powers
Gad Heuman 9780340763636 2006 £19.99 Brief Histories
Henrietta Harrison 9780340741344 2001 £24.99 Inventing the Nation
Britain in the First Millennium
Edward James 9780340586877 2000 £24.99 Britain and Europe
Tim Baycroft 9780340705704 2008 £19.99 Inventing the Nation
India and Pakistan
Ian Talbot 9780340706336 2000 £22.99 Inventing the Nation
Power and Protest in England 1525–1640
Alison Wall 9780340610220 2000 £18.99 Reconstructions in Early Modern History
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R. V. Comerford 9780340731123 2003 £21.99 Inventing the Nation
The Reigns of Henry VIII, Francis I and Charles V, Glenn Richardson 9780340731437 2002 £18.99 Reconstructions in Early Modern History
Nicholas Doumanis 9780340691618 2001 £19.99 Inventing the Nation
Edgar Feuchtwanger 9780340719107 2000 £24.99 Reputations
Vera Tolz 9780340677056 2001 £19.99 Inventing the Nation
Michael Hicks 9780340760062 2004 £24.99 Reputations
Allies in War
Britain and America Against the Axis Powers 1940–1945, Mark A. Stoler Modern Wars 9780340720271 2007 £16.99
Man of the Twentieth Century?, Mark Sandle 9780340761595 2008 £16.99 Reputations
The First World War
Germany and Austria-Hungary 1914-1918, Holger Herwig 9780340573488 1996 £25.00 Modern Wars
The Silent King, John Hardman 9780340706503 2000 £24.99 Reputations
The Wars of German Unification
Dennis Showalter 9780340580172 2004 £19.99 Modern Wars
E. H. H. Green 9780340759776 2006 £19.99 Reputations
The Industrial Revolution
Pat Hudson 9780713165319 1992 £19.99 Reading History
Michael Broers and R. S. Alexander 9780340719169 2001 £18.99 Reputations
Second Edition, Chris Ward 9780340731512 1999 £21.99 Reading History
David Dutton 9780340706275 2001 £24.99 Reputations
Nobilities in Transition 1550–1700
Courtiers and Rebels in Britain and Europe, Ronald Asch 9780340625286 2003 £19.99 Reconstructions in Early Modern History
Iwan Morgan 9780340760321 2002 £16.99 Reputations
J. C. Davis 9780340731185 2001 £21.99 Reputations
Critical Companion to the Russian Revolution 1914–1921
Edited by Edward Acton, Vladimir Cherniaev and William Rosenberg 9780340763650 2001 £26.99
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Early Modern England
A Social History 1550–1760, Second Edition, J. Sharpe 9780340577523 1997 £21.99
Writing Contemporary History
Robert Gildea and Anne Simonin 9780340950005 2008 £19.99 Writing History
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Writing Early Modern History
Edited by Garthine Walker 9780340807798 2005 £24.99 Writing History
Emperor Charles V
1500–1558, Wim Blockmans 9780340731109 2001 £17.99
Writing Medieval History
Nancy F. Partner 9780340808467 2005 £19.99 Writing History
England in Conflict 1603–1660
Kingdom, Community, Commonwealth, Derek Hirst 9780340625019 1999 £26.99
A History of Germany 1815–1990
Fourth Edition, William Carr 9780340559307 1991 £24.99
A History Since the Domesday Survey, Andrew Hinde, 2003 Hardback 9780340761892 £70.00 Paperback 9780340761908 £24.99
Affluence and Authority
A Social History of Twentieth-Century Britain, John Benson 9780340763674 2005 £21.99
German History Since 1800
Edited by Mary Fulbrook 9780340692004 1997 £29.99
Belief and Unbelief in Medieval Europe
John H. Arnold 9780340807866 2005 £21.99
A New Social and Economic History Since 1800 Volume 3, Edited by Richard Overy and Sheilagh Ogilvie, 2003 Hardback 9780340652152 £70.00 Paperback 9780340652145 £29.99
British America 1500–1800:
Creating Colonies, Imagining an Empire, Steven Sarson 9780340760109 2005 £21.99
History by Numbers
An Introduction to Quantitative Approaches, Pat Hudson 9780340614686 2000 £19.99
The Cold War
An International History 1947–1991, S. J. Ball 9780340591680 1997 £24.99
Voices from a Beleaguered Society 1939–1944, Gustavo Corni 9780340762462 2003 £29.99
Hitler’s ‘National Community’
Society and Culture in Nazi Germany, Lisa Pine 9780340888469 2007 £19.99
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Horatio Nelson: A Controversial Hero
Marianne Czisnik 9780340900215 2005 £24.99
Imperial Germany 1867–1918
Politics, Culture, and Society in an Authoritarian State, Wolfgang J. Mommsen 9780340593608 1995 £17.99
International Fascism: Theories, Causes and the New Consensus
Edited by Roger Griffin 9780340706138 1998 £17.99
The Twentieth Century, Charles Townshend 9780340663356 1999 £21.99
The White Response to the Civil Rights Movement, George Lewis 9780340900222 2006 £21.99
A Social History 1250–1550, P. J. P. Goldberg 9780340577455 2004 £21.99
A Social History 1750–1997, Second Edition, Edward Royle 9780340579442 1997 £26.99
Nazi Germany 1933–1945
Faith and Annihilation, Jost Dülffer 9780340613931 1995 £16.99
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Paris, the Provinces and the French Revolution
Alan Forrest 9780340564349 2004 £19.99
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Religion in the Medieval West
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The Global Economy 1944–2000
The Limits of Ideology, Scott Newton 9780340761380 2004 £19.99
Rethinking the Russian Revolution
Edward Acton 9780713165302 1990 £21.99
The Romanov Empire
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Spanish History Since 1808
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Tales from the Hanging Court
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Politics, Culture, and Society 1918–1990, Edited by Mary Fulbrook, 2001 Hardback 9780340763308 £60.00 Paperback 9780340763315 £21.99
The Black Death Transformed
Disease and Culture in Early Renaissance Europe, Samuel K. Cohn, Jr. 9780340706473 2003 £24.99
Jeremy Black 9780340888933 2005 £14.99
The East German Dictatorship
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The Western Church in the Middle Ages
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The French Revolution Sourcebook
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Women in the Third Reich
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Reading and Studying Literature Series
An exciting collaboration between Bloomsbury and The Open University, this series is a three volume introduction to literary study. It covers literary history from William Shakespeare to W. G. Sebald in a style at once accessible and lively. The books explore the uses we make in the present of the literature of the past. Each book examines a stimulating mix of texts, both canonical and non-canonical, fictional and non-fictional, from writers working across a variety of genres. Readings that may be more difficult to obtain are included in the text. Each literary period is discussed in terms of an overarching theme, and an important theoretical concept is introduced in each part, providing a clear focus for discussion and for further study. Taken together, the three texts provide a comprehensive and engaging introduction to literary study, yet each may also be used separately for students taking more focused courses. The series: • Offers a comprehensive introduction to literary study • Examines literary movements within their historical context • Discusses a huge range of texts • Combines close textual reading with broad context • Introduces important theoretical concepts, which are carefully woven into the discussion of each literary period • Is designed to stimulate discussion and encourage further exploration
The Renaissance and Long Eighteenth Century
Anita Pacheco and David Johnson, The Open University, UK
Reading and Studying Literature
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This opening volume introduces the Renaissance through an exploration of love and death in tragic drama; and the long eighteenth century through the lens of travel writing, using both fictional and non-fictional narratives. Running through the volume is a discussion of the twin theoretical concepts of ‘text’ and ‘context’. The Renaissance chapters provide extensive practice in close textual analysis while also considering performance aspects of the featured plays. The eighteenth century chapters explore how the meaning of texts is affected by their relationship to context.
Contents Part 1: Love and Death in the Renaissance: William Shakespeare, Othello (1604) | John Webster, The Duchess of Malfi (1614) | Part 2: Journeys in the Long Eighteenth Century: Aphra Behn, Oroonoko, or the Royal Slave (1688) | Voltaire, Candide, or Optimism (1759) | A Narrative of the Most Remarkable Particulars in the Life of James Albert Ukawsaw Gronniosaw, An African Prince, Written by Himself (c. 1770) | The Mutiny on the Bounty
Romantics and Victorians
Nicola J. Watson and Shafquat Towheed, The Open University, UK
Reading and Studying Literature
November 2011 244x189mm 352pp HARDBACK 9781849666237 £65.00 PAPERBACK 9781849666244 £19.99 EPUB 9781849666374 £16.99
The Twentieth Century
Sara Haslam and Sue Asbee, The Open University, UK
Reading and Studying Literature
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February 2012 244x189mm 208pp HARDBACK 9781849666206 £65.00 PAPERBACK 9781849666213 £16.99 EPUB 9781849666404 £16.99
European romanticism is approached through a consideration of the evolution of the idea of the romantic author and the romantic inner life, while Victorian culture is explored through a reading of ideas of ‘home’ and ‘abroad’. The theoretical concepts explored in this volume are ‘the author’ and ‘books and readers’. The chapters foreground ways that literary texts can and cannot be read in biographical context, explore the publication, reception and crossmedia adaptation of key texts, and offer a fascinating discussion of nineteenth century reading practices.
Contents Part 1: Romantic Lives: Wordsworth: Poet in a Landscape | Shelley: A Life in Poetry | De Quincey: Journalist in the City | Hoffmann and Pushkin: Tormented and Divided Selves | Part 2: Home and Abroad in the Victorian Age, c. 1832– 1901: Wuthering Heights (1847) | Arthur Conan Doyle, The Sign of Four (1890) | Robert Louis Stevenson, ‘The Beach of Falesá’ (1892–3)
Adopting a consciously cosmopolitan approach, this book opens with an examination of depictions of the city in the literature of modernism and its aftermath, linked by theoretical discussions of the idea of ‘period’. Part two discusses migration and memory, examining the expansion of English into ‘Englishes’ and the rethinking of national traditions within a newly global sensibility. Featured texts deal with the experience of being cut off from the past and with the persistence and uses of memory. The overarching theoretical concept featured is ‘literatures’.
Contents Part 1: Twentieth Century Cities: James Joyce, Dubliners (1914) | Fritz Lang (dir.), Metropolis (1927) | New York | Part 2: Migration and Memory: Sam Selvon, The Lonely Londoners (1956) | Elizabeth Bishop | Brian Friel, Dancing at Lughnasa (1990) | W.G. Sebald, The Emigrants (1993)
Accessibly written and packed with interesting examples, these titles are essential resources for students across a range of disciplines. These groundbreaking books: • Are accessible yet scholarly guides to studying • Provide theoretical grounding and develop the skills and methods essential to analyzing each genre • Combine useful features such as timelines and glossaries with examples from key texts • Address the latest developments in theory, methodology and teaching practice • Include relevant case studies • Have helpful student features, such as suggestions for further reading • Employ visual explanations ISSN: 2045-9459
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Studying the Novel
Sixth Edition Jeremy Hawthorn
The Essential Companion Second Edition Paul Goring, Jeremy Hawthorn and Domnhall Mitchell
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2010 234x156mm 288pp PAPERBACK 9780340985137 £14.99
How do literary critics distinguish between ‘story’ and ‘plot’, between a symbol and an image, or between ‘tone’ and ‘mood’? How do we define ‘realism’, ‘modernism’, and ‘postmodernism’? Widely acclaimed for its accessibility, this is the essential guide to the concepts and approaches central to understanding the novel, novella and short story.
2010 234x156mm 280pp PAPERBACK 9780340985120 £19.99
The most useful single guide that a student of literature can have in their possession, this thoroughly revised second edition combines extensive practical advice on study skills and on the use of electronic resources with a comprehensive overview of literary theories and theorists.
Third Edition Simon Shepherd and Mick Wallis
Second Edition Stephen Matterson and Darryl Jones
2010 234x156mm 224pp PAPERBACK 9780340985144 £14.99
The third edition of this well-established text examines and explains the key elements of drama with reference to a selection of judiciously chosen plays, including King Lear, A Doll’s House and Our Country’s Good. The only text designed to appeal to students of both literature and drama, it discusses all aspects of the written play.
March 2011 234x156mm 208pp PAPERBACK 9780340985151 £14.99
Studying Poetry is an intuitive and erudite guide to understanding poetry, illustrated with a wonderfully diverse range of examples from the great classics to contemporary poetry including the lyrics of Bob Dylan and Bruce Springsteen. The book shows students how to develop the skills of close reading and also examines the context of poetry.
Modern Literary Theory
A Reader Fourth Edition Edited by Patricia Waugh and Philip Rice Covering the key theoretical approaches in modern literary theory, this book offers an authoritative selection of essays and documents with helpful introductory commentary. This fourth edition includes texts, which do not deal directly with literature yet have a fundamental importance to the discipline, from thinkers including Marx, Freud and de Beauvoir.
Upgrade Your English Essay
2001 233x156mm 512pp PAPERBACK 9780340761915 £19.99
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This concise studentfriendly guide focuses on three key strategies for improving essay performance: answering the question and making a strong argument, analyzing language and examining literary technique, and discussing genre and considering context. Tony Myers’s writing is lively and humorous, offering advice that is supported by helpful examples drawn directly from student essays.
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A Glossary of Contemporary Literary Theory
Fourth Edition Jeremy Hawthorn
The Writer’s Workbook
Second Edition Edited by Aileen La Tourette, Edmund Cusik and Jenny Newman This book provides a practical introduction to creative writing from an authorial team comprising novelists, poets and dramatists who are also experienced teachers of creative writing. The book offers key points of good practice, warnings about the most frequent pitfalls, and a variety of exercises to hone readers’ skills in writing and how to get their writing published.
2000 235x156mm 416pp PAPERBACK 9780340761953 £24.99
Jeremy Hawthorn’s acclaimed glossary is the most comprehensive and clearest on the market. It is extensively crossreferenced and includes excellent suggestions for further reading. This fourth edition reflects recent developments in the field, including queer theory, and many existing entries have been substantially revised.
2004 234x162mm 192pp PAPERBACK 9780340809655 £14.99
Andrew McRae Series Editor: Steven Matthews
Ian Gregson Series Editor: Steven Matthews
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2003 234x155mm 192pp PAPERBACK 9780340763476 £19.99
How did dramatists engage with the unprecedented levels of socio-cultural and intellectual change in Renaissance England, when ideas of identity, sexuality, social order, religion and state power were in flux? The book provides a contextual introduction to the work of Shakespeare, Marlowe, Jonson, Dekker, Webster, Middleton and Ford.
2004 235x156mm 192pp PAPERBACK 9780340813713 £19.99
This book defines postmodernism, compares and contrasts it with modernism, and places it in its historical context. Gregson discusses the major proponents of postmodern theory – Jean-François Lyotard, Fredric Jameson and Jean Baudrillard – and demonstrates how their theories illuminate the work of postmodern novelists including Angela Carter and Salman Rushdie.
Steven Matthews Series Editor: Steven Matthews
2004 235x156mm 192pp PAPERBACK 9780340763254 £16.99
The early twentieth century saw modernist writers challenge literary conventions to express their perspectives on a dynamic but unsettling world. This book provides a lucid overview of the period, mapping the literary alongside historical and social issues, and offering informed readings of works by Woolf, Eliot, Lawrence, Pound and Joyce amongst others.
The Long 18th Century
Paul Baines Series Editor: Steven Matthews
2004 235x156mm 192pp PAPERBACK 9780340813720 £19.99
The Long 18th Century looks at a range of writers including Aphra Behn, John Dryden, Oliver Goldsmith, Samuel Richardson and Jonathan Swift. By combining fresh readings of familiar and unfamiliar texts with a new enquiry into the relationship between writers and their world, Baines provides a thorough and wide-ranging account of an energetic and troubled age.
English in Practice
The Pursuit of English Studies Peter Barry Aimed at all those who are taking English degrees or teaching them, English in Practice is a reflective overview of the discipline’s core: the close reading of texts, contexts and ‘intertexts’. The book works through a series of fully developed examples rather than abstract exposition, encouraging student readers to think for themselves.
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2003 214x137mm 224pp PAPERBACK 9780340808863 £19.99
A Thematic History in Fiction and Film Darryl Jones Is horror an antiestablishment force and an argument for social revolution? Is it a liberating exposé of human nature and a peek at the dark side of the unconscious? Or is it pure evil, designed to corrupt and deprave? Starting from such questions about the nature of horror, this book is an accessibly written and thematically grounded history of the genre.
2002 235x162mm 224pp PAPERBACK 9780340762530 £19.99
Jennifer Breen and Mary Noble 9780340806708 2002 £19.99 Contexts
The Bakhtin Reader
Selected Writings of Bakhtin, Medvedev, Voloshinov, Edited by Pam Morris 9780340592670 1997 £18.99
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Gail Marshall 9780340763292 2002 £24.99 Contexts
The Essential Glossary, Edited by Stephen Matterson 9780340807040 2002 £24.99 Essential Glossary
Edited by Alex Davis, Andrew Hadfield, Eve Patten and John Goodby Essential Glossary 9780340807415 2003 £24.99
The Essential Glossary, John Thieme 9780340761748 2003 £24.99 Essential Glossary
Victorian Culture and Society
The Essential Glossary, Adam C. Roberts 9780340807620 2003 £21.99 Essential Glossary
Studying Literary Theory
An Introduction, Second Edition, Roger Webster 9780340584996 1995 £14.99 Studying...
Contemporary Postcolonial Theory:
A Reader, Edited by Padmini Mongia 9780340652886 1996 £19.99
The English Novel in the Early Twentieth Century, Lyn Pykett 9780340562772 1995 £16.99
A Reader, Edited by Patricia Waugh 9780340573815 1992 £16.99
Story of Sociology
A First Companion to Social Theory Gregor McLennan
March 2011 198x129mm 192pp PAPERBACK 9781849663496 £12.99 Just Wires and Lights in a Box?
The Rise and Fall of Television Journalism
Steven Barnett, University of Westminster, UK
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‘In this lively and engaging companion, McLennan takes us on an absorbing journey that will provide illumination to newcomers to sociology and seasoned veterans alike.’ Rob Stones, University of Essex, UK ‘Intertwining intellectual history with social and cultural transformation, McLennan has produced a brilliant synthetic essay of theoretical importance in its own right.’ Jeffrey C. Alexander, Yale University, USA
‘This is an excellent short introduction to sociological theory, superbly capturing the dilemmas of sociological argument as well as its different traditions and sensibilities.’ John Holmwood, University of Nottingham, UK
Contents Why Sociology?; Sociology as Understanding Modernity; Legacies of Enlightenment; Three Founders; Three Classics; Three Other Classics; American Hegemony; Conflict, Contention, Synthesis; From the Past to the Posts; Twenty-firstcentury Sociology; Next Steps
This book traces the history of television journalism in Britain from its austere roots in the BBC’s postwar monopoly to the present-day plethora of 24 hour channels. It asks why a medium whose thirst for pictures, personalities and drama make it, some believe, intrinsically unsuitable for serious journalism should remain in the internet age the most influential purveyor of news. Barnett compares the two very different trajectories of television journalism in Britain and the US, arguing that despite
a very different set of historical, regulatory and institutional practices, there is a very real danger that Britain is now heading down the same road as America. As a result, British public life will be diminished.
Contents The Argument | Laying the Foundations | Television’s First Steps | Competition and Commercialism – The Early Days | Competition, Commercialism and The “Golden Age” | Real Lives v Death on the Rock – Journalism, Terrorism and Accountability | The Propaganda Model and the 1990 Broadcasting Act | Competition and Commercialism Into The 21st Century | Tabloidisation, Part 1 – Is
TV News Dumbing Down? | Tabloidisation, Part 2 – Is Current Affairs Dumbing Down? |The BBC, The Aftermath of Hutton, and The Future | Television Journalism, The Market and The Future | 24 Hour News Channels and The “New” Television Journalism | Television Journalism and Impartiality | Conclusion – Does It Matter Anyway?
A Right to Offend
Free Expression in the Twenty-first Century Brian Winston A Right to Offend explores the most important cases of conflict over the last two decades, including the fatwa against Salman Rushdie and the incident of the Danish cartoons. It provides a unique insight into the increasingly threatened atmosphere in which freedom of speech operates and how it continues to inform journalism and the media.
Media and Society
Fifth Edition Edited by James Curran ‘An original contribution to media studies. Beautifully organised, well written and incisive.’ James Carey, Columbia University, USA ‘The best collection of current thinking in the field.’ Elihu Katz, Israel Istitute of Applied Social Research
TEXTBOOKS | MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION
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Get Me a Murder a Day!
A History of Media and Communication in Britain Second Edition Kevin Williams Tracing the history of the print, broadcast and film industries, Williams offers a concise introduction to mass communication in Britain. This new edition offers fresh insights into key developments over the last decade, the changing nature of the industry’s organization and their impact on audiences. Essential for journalism and media students.
Second Edition Nathan Abrams, Ian Bell and Jan Udris
2009 234x156mm 352pp PAPERBACK 9780340983256 £21.99
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Studying Film offers students an accessible introduction to the study of film. Written by three experienced film teachers and reflecting the content of current courses, this book explores the key concepts, terms and events which have shaped the study and criticism of films from around the world.
Graham Roberts and Heather Wallis
2001 234x156mm 192pp PAPERBACK 9780340762288 £14.99
This book provides a comprehensive introduction to the methods and terminology used in the interpretation and study of films. It draws on both contemporary and classic examples to promote an understanding of film theory as well as the social context in which they are situated. Key topics such as narrative, cinematography, spectatorship and the film industry are given extra attention.
Continuity and Change Second Edition Daya Thussu This bestselling text is a unique introduction to the complex political, economic and technological context in which multinational media and culture operates. With new case studies and pedagogical features, the book is compulsory reading for all media and communication studies students.
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An Introduction to Interpersonal Communication This book is an ideal Third Edition text for students taking Graeme Burton and Richard Dimbleby courses in interpersonal communication. It draws together all the main strands in communication theory to illustrate communication processes in action. Supplemented by questions, case studies and examples, this edition shows students how 2006 they can apply coherent 234x156mm 288pp communication theory to PAPERBACK their everyday lives. 9780340809532 £19.99
Understanding Media Theory
Kevin Williams Understanding Media Theory is an accessible introduction to mass media theory. The book emphasizes the importance of using theory not only to make sense of the role of the media in society but also to understand particular aspects of the process of mass communication. This is an introduction to theory which students can understand and enjoy.
2003 236x184mm 256pp PAPERBACK 9780340719046 £17.99
Studying the Media
Third Edition Tim O’Sullivan, Brian Dutton and Philip Rayner
Gunther Kress and Theo Van Leeuwen Multimodal Discourse outlines a new theory of communication for the age of interactive media. Gunther Kress and Theo Van Leeuwen provide students with a wide-ranging analysis of the various communication styles and the ways by which text is now understood as the interaction of sound, music, vision, colour and language.
TEXTBOOKS | MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION
2003 245x190mm 384pp PAPERBACK 9780340807651 £19.99
This book is an indispensable guide to students looking for a clear, comprehensive and engaging introduction to major topics within the media studies field. Useful websites, case studies, creative exercises and full-colour pages throughout make this a resource that students of media studies can’t afford to be without.
2001 235x155mm 152pp PAPERBACK 9780340608777 £21.99
A Student’s Guide Barry Jordan and Mark Allinson Written by two of the most respected scholars in the field, Spanish Cinema provides students with comprehensive coverage of the topics covered in Spanish film modules. Supported by a range of valuable pedagogic resources, this guide’s analytical focus makes it an indispensable resource for both students and teachers of Spanish cinema.
Dictionary of Media and Communication Studies
Seventh Edition James Watson and Anne Hill The seventh edition of this dictionary is a vital resource for students interested in communication. Focusing on the exciting world of new media and its social representation, it provides students with a study of interpersonal communication, media history, technological development and communication theory.
2005 235x158mm 256pp PAPERBACK 9780340807453 £19.99
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A Practical Guide to Methods in Media and Cultural Analysis Second Edition David Deacon, Graham Murdock, This book provides Michael Pickering and Peter Golding students with an authoritative, step-bystep guide to media and communications research. Now in its second edition, the book includes an increased focus on the internet, concentrating on 2007 both how it has developed 238x199mm 440pp as a research tool and PAPERBACK simultaneously become a 9780340926994 £22.99 research subject in itself.
The Practical Media Dictionary
Jeremy Orlebar 9780340809037 2003 £19.99 Arnold Student Reference
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Cultural Consumption in Everyday Life
John Storey 9780340720363 1999 £21.99 Cultural Studies in Practice
Feminist Theory and Cultural Studies
Sue Thornham 9780340718988 2001 £15.99 Cultural Studies in Practice
Approaches to Media
A Reader, Edited by Chris Newbold and Oliver Boyd-Barrett 9780340652299 1995 £24.99 Foundations in Media
Media in Global Context
Edited by Annabelle Sreberny, Dwayne Winseck, Jim McKenna Foundations in Media and Oliver Boyd-Barrett 9780340676875 1997 £24.99
Second Edition Edited by David Gauntlett and Ross Horsley
2004 233x160mm 320pp PAPERBACK 9780340814727 £19.99
The second edition of Web.Studies combines fully revised chapters with fresh insights into the most pressing developments and controversies in cyberspace. The book provides a comprehensive overview of web-based culture and the arts, the theories and methodology of cyberculture studies, and the international context in which online activism continues to be debated.
A Glossary of Cultural Theory
Second Edition, Peter Brooker 9780340807019 2003 £24.00
British Media in a Global Era
Katharine Sarikakis 9780340807330 2004 £19.99
Contemporary European Cinema
Mary Wood 9780340761366 2007 £19.99
Cultural Studies and Communication
Edited by David Morley, James Curran and Valerie Walkerdine 9780340614174 1995 £16.99
European Media Studies
Kevin Williams 9780340719022 2005 £19.99
Fifty Key Television Programmes
Edited by Glen Creeber 9780340809433 2004 £24.99
Making Popular Music
Musicians, Creativity and Institutions, Jason Toynbee 9780340652237 2000 £18.99
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The Film Studies Reader
Edited by Joanne Hollows, Mark Jancovich and Peter Hutchings 9780340692790 2000 £24.99
Norman Fairclough 9780340588895 1995 £21.99
A Student’s Guide, Phil Powrie and Keith Reader 9780340760048 2002 £21.99
Mediating the Family
Gender, Culture and Representation, Estella Tincknell 9780340740804 2005 £19.99
How to Do Things with Cultural Theory
Matt Hills 9780340809150 2005 £19.99
New Media Cultures
P. David Marshall 9780340806999 2004 £19.99
If You Take My Meaning
Theory into Practice in Human Communication, Second Edition Richard Ellis and Ann McClintock 9780340604069 1994 £13.99
Methods and Meanings of Radio, Martin Shingler and Cindy Wieringa 9780340652312 1998 £16.99
Information Age Journalism
Journalism in an International Context, Vincent Campbell 9780340763490 2004 £24.99
Political Communications in Britain’s Media Democracy, Second Edition Bob Franklin 9780340761946 2004 £24.99
Interpreting Everyday Culture
Fran Martin 9780340808528 2003 £21.99
An Introduction to Feminist Film Theory, Sue Thornham 9780340652251 1997 £15.99
Karen Lury 9780340806135 2005 £19.99
Popular Music Studies
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Introduction to Multimodal Analysis
David Machin 9780340929384 2007 £21.99
Journalism and Popular Culture, John Hartley 9780340584897 1996 £16.99
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