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Now available as individual volumes or as a set (set info: 9781845208264, July 10, £350)

A Cultural History of Childhood and Family in Antiquity
Edited by Mary Harlow, University of Birmingham, UK, and Ray Laurence, University of Kent, UK
• The first, systematic cultural history of the subject • Brings together the original research of an international range of scholars • Each volume shares the same thematic chapters, which allows the reader to gain a broad overview of each period, or follow a theme through history A thematic overview of how childhood and the family were perceived in the period from 800 BCE to 800 CE, covering life cycle, relationships, community, economy, the state, the environment, education, religion and health. Contents
Introduction | Family Relationships | Community | Economy | Geography and the Environment | Education | Life Cycle | The State | Faith and Religion | Health and Science | World Contexts | Notes | Bibliography | Contributors | Index

HB 9781847887948 £60.00 March, 2012 244x172mm 254pp READERSHIP: Students and scholars of social and cultural history TERRITORY: World Berg

A Cultural History of Childhood and Family in the Middle Ages
Edited by Louise J. Wilkinson, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK
• The first, systematic cultural history of the subject • Brings together the original research of an international range of scholars • Each volume shares the same thematic chapters, which allows the reader to gain a broad overview of each period, or follow a theme through history A thematic overview of how childhood and the family were perceived in the period from 800 to 1400, covering life cycle, relationships, community, economy, the state, the environment, education, religion and health. Contents
Introduction | Family Relationships | Community | Economy | Geography and the Environment | Education | Life Cycle | The State | Faith and Religion | Health and Science | World Contexts | Notes | Bibliography | Contributors | Index

HB 9781847887955 £60.00 March, 2012 244x172mm 254pp READERSHIP: Students and scholars of social and cultural history TERRITORY: World Berg

A Cultural History of Childhood and Family in the Early Modern Age
Edited by Sandra Cavallo, University of London, UK, and Silvia Evangelisti, University of East Anglia, UK
• The first, systematic cultural history of the subject • Brings together the original research of an international range of scholars • Each volume shares the same thematic chapters, which allows the reader to gain a broad overview of each period, or follow a theme through history A thematic overview of how childhood and the family were perceived in the period from 1400 to 1650, covering life cycle, relationships, community, economy, the state, the environment, education, religion and health.
Introduction | Family Relationships | Community | Economy | Geography and the Environment | Education | Life Cycle | The State | Faith and Religion | Health and Science | World Contexts | Notes | Bibliography | Contributors | Index

HB 9781847887962 £60.00 March, 2012 244x172mm 254pp READERSHIP: Students and scholars of social and cultural history TERRITORY: World Berg

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A Cultural History of Childhood and Family in the Age of Enlightenment
Edited by Elizabeth Foyster, University of Cambridge, UK, and James Marten, Marquette University, USA
• The first, systematic cultural history of the subject • Brings together the original research of an international range of scholars • Each volume shares the same thematic chapters, which allows the reader to gain a broad overview of each period, or follow a theme through history A thematic overview of how childhood and the family were perceived in the period from 1650 to 1800, covering life cycle, relationships, community, economy, the state, the environment, education, religion and health. Contents
Introduction | Family Relationships | Community | Economy | Geography and the Environment | Education | Life Cycle | The State | Faith and Religion | Health and Science | World Contexts | Notes | Bibliography | Contributors | Index

HB 9781847887979 £60.00 March, 2012 244x172mm 254pp READERSHIP: Students and scholars of social and cultural history TERRITORY: World Berg

A Cultural History of Childhood and Family in the Age of Empire
Edited by Colin Heywood, University of Nottingham, UK
• The first, systematic cultural history of the subject • Brings together the original research of an international range of scholars • Each volume shares the same thematic chapters, which allows the reader to gain a broad overview of each period, or follow a theme through history A thematic overview of how childhood and the family were perceived in the period from 1800 to 1900, covering life cycle, relationships, community, economy, the state, the environment, education, religion and health. Contents
Introduction | Family Relationships | Community | Economy | Geography and the Environment | Education | Life Cycle | The State | Faith and Religion | Health and Science| World Contexts | Notes | Bibliography | Contributors | Index

HB 9781847887986 £60.00 March, 2012 244x172mm 254pp READERSHIP: Students and scholars of social and cultural history TERRITORY: World Berg

A Cultural History of Childhood and Family in the Modern Age
Edited by Joseph M. Hawes, University of Memphis, USA, and N. Ray Hiner, University of Kansas, USA
• The first, systematic cultural history of the subject • Brings together the original research of an international range of scholars • Each volume shares the same thematic chapters, which allows the reader to gain a broad overview of each period, or follow a theme through history A thematic overview of how childhood and the family were perceived in the period from 1900 to the twenty-first century, covering life cycle, relationships, community, economy, the state, the environment, education, religion and health. Contents
Introduction | Family Relationships | Community | Economy | Environment | Education | Life Cycle | The State | Faith and Religion | Health and Science | World Contexts| Notes | Bibliography | Contributors | Index

HB 9781847887993 £60.00 March, 2012 244x172mm 254pp READERSHIP: Students and scholars of social and cultural history TERRITORY: World Berg

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A Cultural History of Sexuality in the Classical World
Edited by Mark Golden, University of Winnipeg, Canada, and Peter Toohey, University of Calgary, Canada
• The first, systematic cultural history of the subject • Brings together the original research of an international range of scholars • Each volume shares the same thematic chapters which allows the reader to follow a theme through history A thematic overview of how sexuality was perceived in the period from 800 BCE to 350 CE, covering homosexuality, heterosexuality, sexual variations, prostitution, medicine, religion, erotica and popular belief. Contents
Introduction | Heterosexuality | Homosexuality | Sexual Variations: Sexual Peculiarities of the Ancient Greeks and Romans | Sex, Religion, and the Law | Sex, Medicine, and Disease | Sex, Popular Beliefs, and Culture | Prostitution | Erotica: Visual Representation of Greek and Roman Sexual Culture | Notes | Bibliography | Contributors | Index of Ancient Sources | Subject Index

HB 9781847888006 £60.00 March, 2012 244x172mm 356pp READERSHIP: Students and scholars of social and cultural history, sexuality and gender studies TERRITORY: World Berg

A Cultural History of Sexuality in the Middle Ages
Edited by Ruth Evans, St Louis University, USA
• The first, systematic cultural history of the subject • Brings together the original research of an international range of scholars • Each volume shares the same thematic chapters which allows the reader to follow a theme through history A thematic overview of how sexuality was perceived in the period from 350 to 1450, covering homosexuality, heterosexuality, sexual variations, prostitution, medicine, religion, erotica and popular belief. Content
Introduction: What Was Sexuality in the Middle Ages? | Heterosexuality | Homosexuality: Specters of Sodom | Sexual Variations | Sex, Religion, and the Law | Sex, Medicine, and Disease | Sex, Popular Beliefs, and Culture | Prostitution: The Moral Economy of Medieval Prostitution | Erotica | Notes | Bibliography | Contributors | Index

HB 9781847888013 £60.00 March, 2012 244x172mm 312pp READERSHIP: Students and scholars of social and cultural history, sexuality and gender studies TERRITORY: World Berg

A Cultural History of Sexuality in the Renaissance
Edited by Bette Talvacchia, University of Connecticut, USA
• The first, systematic cultural history of the subject • Brings together the original research of an international range of scholars • Each volume shares the same thematic chapters which allows the reader to follow a theme through history A thematic overview of how sexuality was perceived in the period from 1450 to 1650, covering homosexuality, heterosexuality, sexual variations, prostitution, medicine, religion, erotica and popular belief. Contents
Introduction: The Look and Sound of Sexuality in the Renaissance | Heterosexuality: A Beast with Many Backs | Homosexuality: Homosociabilities in Renaissance Nuremberg | Sexual Variations: Playing with (Dis)similitude | Sex, Religion, and the Law: Disciplining Desire | Sex, Medicine, and Disease: Welcoming Wombs and Vernacular Anatomies | Sex, Popular Beliefs, and Culture: “In the Waie of Lecherie” | Prostitution: Looking for Love | Erotica: The Sexualized Body in Renaissance Art | Notes | Bibliography | Contributors | Index

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A Cultural History of Sexuality in the Enlightenment
Edited by Julie Peakman, Birkbeck College, UK
• The first, systematic cultural history of the subject • Brings together the original research of an international range of scholars • Each volume shares the same thematic chapters which allows the reader to follow a theme through history A thematic overview of how sexuality was perceived in the period from 1650 to 1820, covering homosexuality, heterosexuality, sexual variations, prostitution, medicine, religion, erotica and popular belief. Contents
Introduction | Heterosexuality: Europe and North America | Homosexuality | Sexual Variations | Sex, Religion and the Law | Sex, Medicine and Disease | Sex, Popular Beliefs and Culture | Prostitution | Erotica: Representing Sex in the Eighteenth Century | Notes | Bibliography | Contributors | Index

HB 9781847888037 £60.00 March, 2012 244x172mm 310pp READERSHIP: Students and scholars of social and cultural history, sexuality and gender studies TERRITORY: World Berg

A Cultural History of Sexuality in the Age of Empire
Edited by Chiara Beccalossi, University of Queensland, Australia, and Ivan Crozier, University of Edinburgh, UK
• The first, systematic cultural history of the subject • Brings together the original research of an international range of scholars • Each volume shares the same thematic chapters which allows the reader to follow a theme through history A thematic overview of how sexuality was perceived in the period from 1820 to 1920, covering homosexuality, heterosexuality, sexual variations, prostitution, medicine, religion, erotica and popular belief. Contents
Introduction: The Cultural History of Sexuality in the Nineteenth Century | Heterosexuality: An Unfettered Capacity for Degeneracy | Homosexuality: European and Colonial Encounters | Sexual Variations | Sex, Religion, and the Law: The Regulation of Sexual Behaviors, 1820–1920 | Sex, Medicine and Disease: From Reproduction to Sexuality | Sex, Popular Beliefs and Culture: Discourses on the Sexual Child | Prostitution: The Age of Empires | Erotica: Sexual Imagery, Empires, and Colonies | Notes | Bibliography | Contributors | Index

HB 9781847888044 £60.00 March, 2012 244x172mm 320pp READERSHIP: Students and scholars of social and cultural history, sexuality and gender studies TERRITORY: World Berg

A Cultural History of Sexuality in the Modern Age
Edited by Gert Hekma, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
• The first, systematic cultural history of the subject • Brings together the original research of an international range of scholars • Each volume shares the same thematic chapters which allows the reader to follow a theme through history A thematic overview of how sexuality was perceived in the period from 1920 to 2000, covering homosexuality, heterosexuality, sexual variations, prostitution, medicine, religion, erotica and popular belief. Contents
Introduction | Heterosexuality | Homosexuality | Sexual Variations | Sex, Religion, and the Law | Sex, Medicine, and Disease | Sex, Popular Beliefs, and Culture | Prostitution | Erotica | Notes | Bibliography | Contributors | Index

HB 9781847888051 £60.00 March, 2012 244x172mm 302pp READERSHIP: Students and scholars of social and cultural history, sexuality and gender studies TERRITORY: World Berg

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A Cultural History of the Human Body in Antiquity
Edited by Daniel Garrison, Northwestern University, USA
• The first, systematic cultural history of the subject • Brings together the original research of an international range of scholars • Each volume shares the same thematic chapters which allows the reader to follow a theme through history A thematic overview of how the human body was perceived in the period from 750 BCE to 1000 CE, covering birth and death, health and disease, sex and eroticism, medicine, popular beliefs and the self. Contents
Introduction | “The End is to the Beginning as the Beginning is to the End”: Birth, Death, and the Classical Body | Health and Disease | Sex | Medical Knowledge and Technology | Popular Beliefs about the Human Body in Antiquity | Reflections on Erotic Desire in Archaic and Classical Greece | Marked Bodies: Gender, Race, Class, Age, Disability, and Disease | Marked Bodies: Divine, Human, and Bestial | The Body of a Hero: Images of Herakles and their Political Use in Antiquity | The Self from Homer to Charlemagne | Notes | Bibliography | Contributors | Index

HB 9781847887887 £60.00 March, 2012 244x172mm 320pp READERSHIP: Students and scholars of social and cultural history, history of medicine, sexuality and gender studies TERRITORY: World Berg

A Cultural History of the Human Body in the Medieval Age
Edited by Linda Kalof, Michigan State University, USA
• The first, systematic cultural history of the subject • Brings together the original research of an international range of scholars • Each volume shares the same thematic chapters which allows the reader to follow a theme through history A thematic overview of how the human body was perceived in the period from 500 to 1500, covering birth and death, health and disease, sex and eroticism, medicine, popular beliefs and the self. Contents
Introduction | Birth and Deat | Health, Disease, and the Medieval Body | The Sexual Body | The Body Inferred: Knowing the Body through the Dissection of Texts | Bodies and the Supernatural: Humans, Demons, and Angels | Beautiful Bodies | Bodily Essences: Bodies as Categories of Difference | The Diversity of Human Kind | Cultural Representations of the Body | Self and Society | Notes | Bibliography | Contributors | Index

HB 9781847887894 £60.00 March, 2012 244x172mm 320pp READERSHIP: Students and scholars of social and cultural history, history of medicine, sexuality and gender studies TERRITORY: World Berg

A Cultural History of the Human Body in the Renaissance
Edited by Linda Kalof Michigan State University, USA, and William Bynum, University College London, UK
• The first, systematic cultural history of the subject • Brings together the original research of an international range of scholars • Each volume shares the same thematic chapters which allows the reader to follow a theme through history A thematic overview of how the human body was perceived in the period from 1400 to 1650, covering birth and death, health and disease, sex and eroticism, medicine, popular beliefs and the self. Contents
Introduction | Birth and Death in Early Modern Europe | Why Me? Why Now? How? The Body in Health and Disease | Sexuality: Of Man, Woman, and Beastly Business | The Body in/as Text: Medical Knowledge and Technologies in the Renaissance | The Common Body: Renaissance Popular Beliefs | Beauty and Concepts of the Ideal | The Marked Body as Otherness in Renaissance Italian Culture | The Marked Body: The Witches | Fashioning Civil Bodies and “Others”: Cultural Representations | Renaissance Selves, Renaissance Bodies | Notes | Bibliography | Contributors | Index

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A Cultural History of the Human Body in the Enlightenment
Edited by Carole Reeves, Wellcome Trust Centre for the History of Medicine, University College London, UK
• The first, systematic cultural history of the subject • Brings together the original research of an international range of scholars • Each volume shares the same thematic chapters which allows the reader to follow a theme through history A thematic overview of how the human body was perceived in the period from 1650 to 1800, covering birth and death, health and disease, sex and eroticism, medicine, popular beliefs and the self. Contents
Introduction: Enlightenment Bodies | The Body in Birth and Death | Pliable Bodies: The Moral Biology of Health and Disease | Sexual Knowledge: Panspermist Jokes, Reproductive Technologies, and Virgin Births | Medical Knowledge: The Adventures of Mr. Machine, with Morals, | Popular Beliefs about the Dead Body | The Body Beautiful | Marked Bodies and Social Meanings | The Puzzle of the Pox-Marked Body | Cultural Representations: Rogue Literature and the Reality of the Begging Body | Self and Society: Attitudes Toward Incest in Popular Ballads | Notes | Bibliography | Contributors | Index

HB 9781847887917 £60.00 March, 2012 244x172mm 320pp READERSHIP: Students and scholars of social and cultural history, history of medicine, sexuality and gender studies TERRITORY: World Berg

A Cultural History of the Human Body in the Age of Empire
Edited by Michael Sappol, National Library of Medicine, USA, and Stephen P. Rice, Ramapo College, USA
• The first, systematic cultural history of the subject • Brings together the original research of an international range of scholars • Each volume shares the same thematic chapters which allows the reader to follow a theme through history A thematic overview of how the human body was perceived in the period from 1800 to 1920, covering birth and death, health and disease, sex and eroticism, medicine, popular beliefs and the self. Contents
Introduction: Empires in Bodies; Bodies in Empires | Birth and Death under the Sign of Thomas Malthus | Medical Perspectives on Health and Disease | Othering Sexual Perversity: England, Empire, Race, and Sexual Science | Medical Science, Technology, and the Body | Popular Beliefs and the Body: “A Nation of Good Animals” | The Normal, the Ideal, and the Beautiful: Perfect Bodies During the Age of Empire | Empire, Boundaries, and Bodies: Colonial Tattooing Practices | Smallpox, Vaccination, and the Marked Body | Picturing Bodies in the Nineteenth Century | From Mimetic Machines to Digital Organisms: The Transformation of the Human Motor | Notes | Bibliography | Contributors | Index

HB 9781847887924 £60.00 March, 2012 244x172mm 320pp READERSHIP: Students and scholars of social and cultural history, history of medicine, sexuality and gender studies TERRITORY: World Berg

A Cultural History of the Human Body in the Modern Age
Edited by Ivan Crozier, University of Edinburgh, UK
• The first, systematic cultural history of the subject • Brings together the original research of an international range of scholars • Each volume shares the same thematic chapters which allows the reader to follow a theme through history A thematic overview of how the human body was perceived in the period from 1900 to the twenty-first century, covering birth and death, health and disease, sex and eroticism, medicine, popular beliefs and the self. Contents
Introduction: Bodies in History—The Task of the Historian | Death and Birth | Performing the Western Sexual Body after 1920 | The Technological Fix and the Modern Body: Surgery as a Paradigmatic Case | Diseased Bodies in the Modern World | Popular Beliefs | Beauty and Concepts of the Ideal | Re-markable Bodies | Body Marks (Bestial/Divine/Natural): An Essay into the Social and Biotechnological Imaginaries, 1920–2005 and Bodies to Come | Dissolution, Reconstruction, and Reaction in Visual Art, 1920 to the Present | The History of the Body: Self and Society, 1920–2000 | Notes | Bibliography | Contributors | Index

HB 9781847887931 £60.00 March, 2012 244x172mm 320pp READERSHIP: Students and scholars of social and cultural history, history of medicine, sexuality and gender studies TERRITORY: World Berg

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A Cultural History of Gardens
6 Volume Set
Edited by Michael Leslie, Rhodes College, USA, and John Dixon Hunt, University of Pennsylvania, USA
• The first systematic history of gardens and parks from antiquity to the present day • Highly illustrated • Each volume shares the same thematic chapters, which allows the reader to follow a theme through history The definitive overview on gardens through history, A Cultural History of Gardens covers 2,500 years of gardens as physical, social and artistic spaces. Volumes
Volume One: A Cultural History of Gardens in Antiquity (600 BCE – 600 CE) Volume Two: A Cultural History of Gardens in the Middle Ages (600 – 1400) Volume Three: A Cultural History of Gardens in the Renaissance (1400 – 1700) Volume Four: A Cultural History of Gardens in the Age of Enlightenment (1700 – 1800) Volume Five: A Cultural History of Gardens in the Age of Empire (1800 – 1900) Volume Six: A Cultural History of Gardens in the Modern Age (1900 – 21st Century)
SET 9781847882653 £350.00 June, 2012 244x172mm 1,600pp READERSHIP: 2nd year undergraduate and above studying landscape studies, horticulture and social history TERRITORY: World Berg

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A Cultural History of Women
6 Volume Set
Edited by Linda Kalof, Michigan State University, USA
• The structure allows readers to study periods (by reading a volume) or themes through history (by reading chapters across volumes) • Brings together leading international scholars • Very well illustrated A broad overview of the history of women from the ancient Greeks to today. Volumes Volume One: A Cultural History of Women in Antiquity Volume Two: A Cultural History of Women in the Middle Ages Volume Three: A Cultural History of Women in the Renaissance Volume Four: A Cultural History of Women in the Enlightenment Volume Five: A Cultural History of Women in the Age of Empire Volume Six: A Cultural History of Women in the Modern Age For more details, including contents for each volume, visit: www.bergpublishers.com.
SET 9781847884756 £350.00 June, 2012 244x172mm 1,700pp READERSHIP: Researchers and scholars of history, gender, sexuality, and the family TERRITORY: World Berg

State and Society
A Social and Political History of Britain since 1870 Fourth Edition
Martin Pugh, formerly at Newcastle University, UK, and Liverpool John Moores University, UK
• Fully updated to reflect current historical approaches and thinking in political and social history

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HISTORY

PB 9781780930411 £19.99 February, 2012 235x161mm 416pp READERSHIP: Undergraduate students on history and political history courses TERRITORY: World All Languages SERIES: Arnold History of Britain Bloomsbury Academic

• One of the first history texts to offer a full evaluation of the new Coalition Government • New topics covered include the 2010 General Election and the role of the Coalition, as well as the collapse of the credit boom and attempts to restore the economy State and Society is one of the most respected introductions to the social and political history of modern Britain. Now in its fourth edition, this book guides readers through the decline of New Labour, the financial crisis and the Coalition Government, as well as discussing the continuing dilemmas of national unity. Contents
List of Illustrations | List of Tables and Figures | Preface and Acknowledgements | Part One: The Loss of Confidence, 1870-1902 | The Retreat of the Industrial Revolution | Not Quite a Democracy | The Victorian State and its People | Victorian Values: Myth and Reality | The British Nation: Unity and Division | Isolation and Expansion | Part Two: The Reorientation: The Emergence of the Interventionist State, 1902-1918 | The State, Social Welfare and the Economy | The Liberal-Labour Alliance | Crisis and Controversy in Edwardian Britain | Politics and Society in the Great War | Part Three: The Period of Confusion: Collectivism Versus Capitalism, 1918-1940 | The Failure of Laissez-faire | Mass Democracy in an Age of Decline | The Era of Domesticity | Imperial Climax and Decline | Part Four: Consensus: The Age of the Benign State, 1940-1970 | The People’s War | The Keynesian Era | The Permissive Society | The Loss of Great-Power Status | Part Five: The Era of Reaction and Decline, 1970-2011 | The Breakdown of the Post-War Consensus, 1970-1979 | The Era of Thatcherism | New Labour and the Blair Era | The Coalition Era | Guide to Further Reading | Index

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HISTORY
edited by miguel a. ramiro avilés and j.c. davis

Modern Britain
A Social History 1750-2010 Third Edition
Edward Royle, University of York, UK
• Fully revised and updated to integrate recent scholarship, the work recognises the different histories of England, Scotland and Wales within a British context • Treats themes chronologically with sub-sections for easy reference • Contains an extensive, thoroughly updated bibliography with suggestions for further reading Fully revised and updated, the third edition of this deservedly popular history book incorporates new currents in historical writing on matters such as the language of class, the position of women, and the revolution worked by the Internet and mobile technologies. Contents
List of Maps and Tables | Preface | The Changing Environment | People | Class| Poverty and Welfare | Life and Leisure | Religion | Education | Conclusion | Further Reading and Bibliography | Index

PB 9781849665308 £22.99 February, 2012 234x156mm 494pp READERSHIP: A-level students and undergraduates studying history and political and social sciences TERRITORY: World All Languages Bloomsbury Academic

Reformation England 1480-1642
Second Edition
Peter Marshall, University of Warwick, UK
• Examines and evaluates major recent debates on the English Reformation • Offers a unique textbook treatment of current notions of ‘The Long Reformation’ • Follows the formula of companion titles in a highly successful series • Revised and rewritten throughout in light of a decade of vibrant scholarship • Updated and expanded bibliography with new preface, glossary of key terms and timeline of key events Following the formula of other titles within this highly successful series, Reformation England 1480-1642 examines all aspects of the English Reformation. Providing a unique textbook treatment of ‘The Long Reformation’, this is a vital text for students interested in the area. Contents
General Editor’s Preface | Acknowledgments | Author’s Preface | Catholic England 1480-1530 | Henry VIII’s Reformation 1525-1547 | Edwardian Revolution 1547-53 | Mary I’s Counter-Reformation 1553-58 | Protestantism and Puritanism 1559-1625 | Religions of the People 1560-1630 | Catholics in Protestant England 1560-1625 | Charles I’s Reformation 1625-1642 | Glossary of Key Terms | Timeline of Key Events | General Reading | Index

PB 9781849665292 £22.99 February, 2012 234x156mm 256pp READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of history and the Reformation TERRITORY: World All Languages SERIES: Reading History Bloomsbury Academic

Utopian Moments
Reading Utopian Texts
Edited by J.C. Davis, University of East Anglia, UK, and Miguel Angel Ramiro Avilés, Alcalá University, Spain
• Short, accessible essays by an international team comprising the most distinguished scholars in the field • New ‘micro-historical’ approach ensures accessibility for students • Potential for recommendation across many disciplines. Appeals to a fastgrowing, cross-disciplinary field • Has a strong international flavour, which will appeal to lecturers globally. Utopian Moments is a collection of short essays designed to guide readers to informed engagement with the key works of the modern western utopian tradition. It offers a fresh and original perspective on utopian writings and their interpretation. Contents
Introduction | “Utopia” | Colonialists, Refugees and the Nature of Sufficiency | Reading “Utopia” | ‘A Dark Light’: Spectacle and Secrecy in Francis Bacon’s “New Atlantis” | The “City of Sun” and the Guardian Stars | “Christianopolis” | So Close, So Far: The Puzzle of “Antangil” | “Sinapia”, A Political Journey to the Antipodes of Spain* | The Persian Moment in Denis Veiras’s “History of the Sevarambians” | “The Law of Freedom”: Context and Continuity | “de te Fabula Narratur”: “Oceana” and James Harrington’s Narrative Constitutionalism | An Island with Potential: Henry Neville’s “The Isle of Pines” | Marquis de Condorcet (1743-1794) | Nature and Utopia in Morelly’s “Code De La Nature” |The Utopian Organization of Work in Icaria | A Tale of Two Cities: Robert Owen and the Search for Utopia, 1815-1817 | Women’s Rights and Women’s Liberation and the ‘Riddle’ of Charles Fourier’s “Theory of the Four Movements” | How to Change the World: Claude-Henri de Rouvroy, Comte de Saint-Simon | The Horror of Strangeness: Bellamy’s Psychology of the Utopian Imagination in “Looking Backward” | “The Incompatibility I Could Not Resolve”: Ambivalence in H.G. Wells’s “A Modern Utopia” | Utopian Journeying: Ursula K. Le Guin’s “The Dispossessed” | Conclusion

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English in Practice
In Pursuit of English Studies Second Edition
Peter Barry, Aberystwyth University, UK
• A key foundation book for those at the outset of their courses in English • Rooted in the realities of day-to-day practice and engaged with theoretical debates • The author is well known for his immensely successful Beginning Theory, now in its third edition Aimed at all those who are taking English degrees or teaching them, English in Practice is a reflective overview of the discipline’s core and why we study it. This book acts as a map for the terrain of English studies and can be used from pre-degree through to Masters level. Contents
Part One: Studying English | Introduction: the Value and Appeal of English | Reading the Lines | Reading Between the Lines | Reading Beyond the Lines | New Genres in English | English as Language | English and Creative Writing | The Essay | Part Two: Progressing in English | Literary Criticism and Literary Theory | Text as Text | English and History | English Then and Now| Online and Digital English| The Dissertation | Continuing your English to Masters Level

LITERATURE

PB 9781780930336 £14.99 June, 2012 216x138mm 224pp READERSHIP: First year undergraduates, A-level students considering an English degree TERRITORY: World All Languages Bloomsbury Academic

Critical Practice
Theorists and Creativity
Martin McQuillan, Kingston University, UK
• No other text directly addresses the question of theorists and philosophers who are also makers and practitioners • Existing books explaining the idea of practice-led research do not work on the same level of theoretical sophistication and are not critical of it as a discursive formation • Martin McQuillan is uniquely placed to write this book having been Head of the School of Fine Art and the Pro-Dean for Research at the UK’s largest creative arts faculty at the University of Leeds, as well as an internationally known critical theorist This book considers the relationship between theory and practice in creative acts. In particular it addresses the work of theorists who also create and makers who have an avowed relation to theory. McQuillan offers a critical interrogation of the idea of practice-led research, considering the question of the emergence of a cultural space in which philosophy, theory, history and practice are becoming indistinguishable. Contents
Critical Practice: A History | Aesthetic Education and Aesthetic Ideology | Critical Practices: i. TheoryPoets; ii. Deconstructivist Architecture; iii. Filmosophy; iv. Art Theory | Epilogue

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J A N U A RY 2 0 1 2

MEDIA STUDIES

Fame Attack
The Inflation of Celebrity and its Consequences
Chris Rojek, Brunel University, UK
• The follow up to Celebrity (2001), which sold over 6,000 copies • An established author in the field • Popular area of interest – both in academic study and amongst a more general readership • Includes topical, global examples such as the world's distress following Michael Jackson's death, and the use of celebrity endorsements to fuel Barack Obama's presidential campaign The follow up to the hugely successful Celebrity, this is an analysis of what celebrity culture is today. In 2001, the phenomenon of Jade Goody and reality TV shows was in its infancy. Now, Rojek explores celebrity engineering, technologies of fame creation and issues of loneliness and uncertainty. It is set to become the benchmark in the field. Contents
Preface: The New Aristocracy of Fame | Celebrity Super Nova | The Fame Formula | Celebrity and Sickness | Charisma Gulch | Exposure Management | Supply Side Factors in Celebrity Inflation | Demand Side Factors | Para-Social Relations | The Icarus Complex | Reality TV: The Return of the Fool | The Sphinx of Celebrity and the Idolatry Fun Fair

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MEDIA STUDIES
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Arab Women in Arab News
Old Stereotypes and New Media
Amal Al-Malki, Carnegie Mellon University, Qatar, UAE, and David Kaufer and Suguru Ishizaki, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
• The first study carried out from the Arab world of Arab women in the media • Western studies continue to portray the 200-year-old stereotype of Arab women as passive and oppressed. This is a much needed study revealing the reality • Research conducted on a large sample of 22 months of news summaries from 103 Arab media sources belonging to 22 Arab countries • Amal Al-Malki is the only Qatari born academic with a permanent position in a university in Qatar This book addresses east-west understandings of Arab women as portrayed through translated media. From 1800, the dominant western stereotype of Arab women depicts them as passive and oppressed. For 30 years social science media research in the west has argued that media images of Arab women reinforce this 200-year-old stereotype. This new book counters Western stereotypes through extensive primary research using Arab media sources. Contents
Part One: Coding Arab Females in Arab New: Searching for Arab Females in Arab News | Thinking Through a Coding Scheme | The Coding Scheme and Experimental Sample | Results of the Coding Study | Part Two: Canvassing Arab Females in Arab News | Females Up Close | Anger and Resistance | Aspiration and Drive | Education | Employment | Ranking Activeness | Empowerment | Barriers to Empowerment | Ranking Empowerment | Passivity | Fear and Threat | Fear and Threat in Warzones | Fear and Threat Outside Warzones | Uncommon Stories of Patriarchy/Misogyny | Sadness and Hopelessness | Concluding Statement | Appendix 1: Final Coding Scheme (for Part I) | Appendix 2: Index of Translated Summaries Referenced | Appendix 3: The Place of Men in Making More Gender-Equal Societies

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Dictionary of Media and Communication Studies
Eighth Edition
James Watson formerly at University of Greenwich, UK, and Anne Hill, Southampton Solent University, UK
• Fully revised and updated, with over 70 new entries reflecting the farreaching developments that have taken place in media and communication • Contains new and topical material, such as a prime issue of our time: net communication’s potential to bypass traditional forms of control – governmental and corporate – prompting censorship across the globe • Offers an enhanced system of cross-referencing, making the book even more accessible and user-friendly The Watson and Hill dictionary has long been a classic of its kind and a ‘must’ for university and college booklists. Now in its eighth edition, this volume includes new entries and substantial updates and continues to be a vital resource for students and teachers.
PB 9781849665285 £19.99 February, 2012 234x156mm 368pp READERSHIP: Undergraduate and sixth-form students in media and communication studies and sociology TERRITORY: World All Languages Bloomsbury Academic

A Right to Offend
Free Expression in the Twenty-first Century
Brian Winston, University of Lincoln, UK
• Brian Winston is the leading figure in the fields of media, communication and journalism, and takes an active public role in journalism, television and documentary • This is an important topic of contemporary relevance • Includes recent case studies in the debate about the state of free expression 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. Contents
Preface and Acknowledgements| Part One: The Tale of a Challenge: A Lesson to the Circumspect | A Story to Pass the Waking Hours of the Night| A More Remarkable Story | Give Me More of these Examples | Perceive the Dawn of Day | Part Two: The Brief: Actus Reus | Supressio Veri | Actiones | Consensu | Non Sequitur| Ex Concessis | Consensu ad Idem |Part Three: The Case for the Defence: Sugestio Falsi | Mens Rea | Obita Dicta | Stare Decisis | Post Mortem | Index

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M AY 2 0 1 2

MEDIA STUDIES

Working in the Global Film Industries
Edited by Andrew Dawson, University of Greenwich, UK, and Sean Holmes, Brunel University, UK
• Edited by two established academics who have considerable experience of teaching the topic at undergraduate level • Brings together a broad range of contributors from a number of different countries • Truly international in scope, with chapters on Scandinavia, Eastern Europe, Africa and India as well as the US • Themed sections focusing on systems of production, worker-management relations, patronage and clientelism, and creative agency • Draws upon hitherto untapped source materials This multi-disciplinary collection of essays provides a thorough analysis of working life in the film and television industries. International and interdisciplinary in scope, it is the first truly global introduction to the production of film and television. Contents
Introduction | Working in Film and Television | Part One: Systems of Production | Labouring in Hollywood’s Motion Picture Industry and the Promise of ‘Flexible Specialisation’ | Alternative Models of Film Production: Film Units in Poland after World War II | New Creative Cities in Scandinavia? | Part Two: Manoeuvrable Spaces | No Room for Manoeuvre: Star Images and the Regulations of Actors’ Labour in Silent-Era Hollywood | Freelance Life in UK Television | Behind the Scenes: The Hidden Face of Nollywood | Part Three: Patronage and Clientism | Fathers, Patrons and Clients: Social and Economic Aspects in the Production of Television Drama in Post-Mobutu Kinshasa | Les Chefs-Operatrices: Women Behind the Camera in France | Part Four: Creative Agency| Cornel Lucas: Stills Photography and Production Culture in 1950s British Film | Making Faces: Competition and Change in the Production of Bollywood Film Star Looks | Conclusion | Bibliography | Index

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Government Communication
Cases and Challenges
Edited by Karen Sanders, San Pablo CEU University, Spain, and María José Canel, University Complutense of Madrid, Spain
• Provides the first case-study-based review of government communication • Explores ideas of government and communication in continental Europe, Anglo-American convention and other emerging democracies • Subject cuts across broad areas of academic research in communication teaching and public relations • Discusses both the contemporary communicative landscape and the consistency of communication themes on a cross-national basis. The importance of political communication to the study of media and politics is generally accepted. Why has government communication been neglected? This book provides the first account of government communication worldwide and an exploration of the prevailing themes. It is a really exciting resource for undergraduate and postgraduate students. Contents
Introduction: Mapping the Field of Government Communication | Part One. Continental European Approaches: From Advertising to Marketing: 30 years of French Government Communication | Meeting the Challenges? Government Communication in Germany | Looking for News Space or Thinking Strategically? The Case of Spanish Government Communication | Government Communication in Sweden: From Public Reliance to Public Relations | Poland: Government Communication in Democratic Poland 20 Years After the Collapse of Communism | Part Two. Anglo American Traditions: Australia and Government Communication | Understanding the Strengths and Limitations of Strategic Communication: the Case of British Government Communication | United States | Part Three. The Achievements and Challenges For Emerging Democracies: Government Communication in Southern Africa | Government Strategic Communication in the Chilean Political Transition | Contributing to Consensus, Stability and Economic Growth: Political Communications of the Chinese Government in 2008 | Conclusion: A Comparative Perspective in Government Communication?

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POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS
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Civil Society, Conflict and Violence
Regina List, Hertie School of Governance, Germany, and University of Heidelberg, Germany, and Wolfgang Dörner, University of Siena, Italy
• This is the first of six volumes drawing on a unique comparative data-set drawn from 40 countries over a 10-year period, which has not previously been made publicly available • The volume will be complemented with both free and paid-for resources available on the Bloomsbury Academic Digital Platform (www.bloomsburyacademic.com) • The volume is a model in demonstrating how rich empirical data of this kind can be used to discuss real world problems and to contribute to theoretical debates concerning the impact of civil society Based on the findings of the CIVICUS Civil Society Index Programme, this volume looks at the role that civil society organizations play in generating or alleviating conflict and violence and at how situations of conflict and violence impact on the state of civil society in various settings.

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Contents
Preface | Introduction | `The Impact of Security Legislation on Selected CSI Implementing Countries | Violence in Civil Society | The Darker Side of Civil Society | Comparing Civil Society in Conflict and PostConflict Countries | Civil Society Participation in Conflict Resolution and Reconciliation in Post-Conflict Countries | Conclusion | Appendices: The CSI Methodology: An Introduction | Relevant Indicator Data

Barack Obama’s Post-American Foreign Policy
The Limits of Engagement
Robert Singh, Birkbeck College, UK
• Robert Singh’s previous book (co-authored with Timothy Lynch) After Bush: The Case for Continuity in American Foreign Policy (2008), won considerable attention and acclaim, gaining the Richard E. Neustadt Prize in 2009 for best book in American politics • There is surprisingly little competition. Previous books have concentrated on what Obama said in his speeches rather than what he’s actually done • The book integrates theoretical and empirical work, appraising Obama’s strategic approach but also examining the politics of specific bilateral and thematic challenges • Provocatively and fluently written, to appeal to a broad audience of general readers, journalists, policy-advisor and students and academics in politics and American studies This book offers a detailed, balanced and comprehensive examination of the foreign policy of Barack Obama from his evolution as an elected official and presidential candidate, through the 2008 campaigns and the transition, and then across the first term of his presidency. Contents
Introduction: Obama, the Post-American World and the Black Man’s Burden | Inheritance and Transition: Towards an Obama Doctrine? | The War on Terror | Afghanistan and Pakistan | Iran | Israel and Palestine | China | Russia | Europe | Conclusion: The Limits of Engagement | Index

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JUNE 2012

POLITICS AND INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

The Tories
From Winston Churchill to David Cameron
Timothy Heppell, University of Leeds, UK
• A very timely reappraisal of the lineages of Conservative Party politics since 1945 • There are large and well-established Conservative Party courses on many politics degrees and the book will also appeal to courses on British political parties which are taught in most politics and some history departments • The author has good media contacts to help him promote the book • This is Heppell’s fourth book on British party politics. His books include the 2010 volume Choosing the Labour Leader This is a comprehensive but accessible study of the electoral strategies, governing approaches and ideological thought of the British Conservative Party from Winston Churchill to David Cameron. Contents
Introduction| Conservatism and the Conservative Party: Ideology and Ethos| Conservative Statecraft: The Politics of Power? | One-Nation Conservatism: Dominance and Degeneration 1945 to 1965| The Failure of Heathite Conservatism 1965 to 1975 | The Triumph of Thatcherite Conservatism 1975 to 1990 | Post-Thatcherite Decline: The Major Era 1990 to 1997 | Open Coffin Conservatism? 1997 to 2005 | Modernisation and Renewal: Liberal Conservatism 2005-2010 | Modernisation and Coalition: Cameron in Government 2010- | Conclusion | Index

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A VA I L A B L E I N O C T O B E R 2 0 1 1 :

Performative Revolution in Egypt
An Essay in Cultural Power
Jeffrey C. Alexander, Yale University, USA
• The first serious book by a major Western scholar on the Egyptian revolution • Alexander is one of the top sociologists in the USA • Short, pithy and highly accessible – this book is an intervention into the public debate, as well as a serious contribution that will be read by students and scholars • Alexander’s previous book was The Performance of Politics: Obama’s Victory and the Democratic Struggle for Power (2010) which received widespread media coverage • The author has given key-note addresses at international conferences on the subject of this book and has appeared on BBC Radio 4's Thinking Allowed. More is planned to coincide with publication in the Autumn including a symposium at Goldsmiths College, University of London, and a lecture tour in Egypt Why was Egypt’s Spring revolution so compelling and so effective? This brilliant essay uncovers the narrative of the revolution – as a theatrical performance enacted on Tahrir Square with a moral purpose, but also a communicative logic in demonstrating what a civil, egalitarian society might look like.

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MARCH 2012

ECONOMICS

Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac
Turning the American Dream into a Nightmare
Oonagh McDonald, University of Leeds, UK
• No other book explores how politicians, Congress, government departments, federal agencies and hybrid organizations, such as Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac (the US’s leading mortgage lenders) took only 13 years to wreck a vast mortgage market • Topical: both the repercussions of the market crash and ultimate causes of the global financial crisis are still being debated The book demonstrates how politicians and federal agencies dominated by Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac took only 13 years to wreck the American dream of home ownership. Contents
The Seeds are Sown | The Seeds Begin to Sprout | The Other Federal Housing Agencies | What About the Data? | Was the Secretary for Housing Ever in Charge? | Introducing Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac | How They Came to Dominate the Mortgage Market | The Beginning of the End for Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac | No One Was Watching Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac Until the End Came | Too Many Other Regulators to Spoil the Broth | The Subprime Market Just Grew and Grew and No One Knew | A Vast Pool of Subprime Mortgages for the Investment Banks | Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac: Have They Got a Future?

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MARCH - JUNE 2012

RESEARCH METHODS
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What is Qualitative Research?
Martyn Hammersley, The Open University, UK
• A short and authoritative introduction to qualitative research • Written by an established author • Accessibly written for all students • Relevant to any methods course • Part of a series that will be widely marketed to lecturers Martyn Hammersley’s What is Qualitative Research? illuminates the problems and perspectives of qualitative research. It offers researchers a comprehensive overview of the various types of investigation and is illustrated with practical examples and current controversies. Contents
Defining Qualitative Research | Research Design | Data Production | Data Analysis | Writing | Disputes | Index

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What is Discourse Analysis?
Stephanie Taylor, The Open University, UK
• Written in an accessible, jargon-free style for those coming to discourse analysis for the first time • Key terms are clearly defined for each chapter • A broad, interdisciplinary focus, which will be relevant to any methods course • Part of a series that will be widely marketed to lecturers • Will be a benefit to researchers whether new or more experienced What is Discourse Analysis? provides an accessible introduction and practical guide to discourse analysis in the social sciences and related disciplines. It traces the role of discourse analysis from daily social interactions to how it can be successfully applied to research projects. Contents
Introduction | What is Discourse Analysis? | Key Terms | An Academic History of Discourse Analysis | Three Examples of Discourse Analysis | The Construction of Prejudice | Gender in Talk | Discourses of Health and Illness | The Usefulness of Discourse Analysis for Social Science Researchers | Reasons to Use Discourse Analysis and Language Data | Different Forms of Data | Obtaining Data | The Challenges of Discourse Analysis | Criticisms of Discourse Analysis | Summary | Index

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What are Qualitative Research Ethics?
Rose Wiles, University of Southampton, UK
• Short, authoritative introduction to a subject that is garnering increasing attention • References to online resources and further reading included • Covers new approaches in visual and online contexts, as well as traditional methods • Appeals to a broad audience of social scientists, including sociology, social policy, education, criminology, health and anthropology • Will be relevant for graduate students through to more experienced researchers What are Qualitative Research Ethics? is a short, accessible guide to the key issues in qualitative research. The book covers new online practices as well as traditional methods, offering a broad but succinct overview. At a time when ethical issues are becoming ever more complex, it is a key resource for graduates and researchers. Contents
Introduction | Thinking Ethically | Informed Consent | Confidentiality and Anonymity | Risk and Safety | Ethical Dilemmas | Where Next for Research Ethics? | Summary: A Brief Recapitulation of the Main Points | Index

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J A N U A RY - A P R I L 2 0 1 2

SOCIOLOGY

Meritocracy and the University
Elite Universities and Admissions in the USA and UK
Anna Zimdars, University of Manchester, UK
• Admission to selective universities is a topic of great importance to societies and causes controversy year after year − this book is therefore likely to be quoted in news stories as well as being widely reviewed • The first book to offer a trans-atlantic comparison of higher education admissions practices and policies • The author’s research has already been widely cited in the UK press and by important figures in universities such as Sir Steve Smith, the president of Universities UK • Zimdars is an up-and-coming name with an impressive publication record in peer-reviewed journals This book investigates university admissions in the UK and USA, with a particular focus on the most selective and elite universities in the two countries. It explains the values, processes and practices that judge some individuals as worthy of getting an education at those universities and deny admission to other applicants. Contents
Preface | Contexts | Ideas | Processes | Schools | Applicants | So What? | Conclusion | Index

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Responding to the Threat of Violent Extremism
Failing to Prevent
Paul Thomas, University of Huddersfield, UK
• Tackles a controversial area of social policy and is likely to generate a good deal of debate on publication. The forthcoming UK government review of this policy area (Summer 2011) will attract significant media interest and provide a context for this book • The author is known in professional as well as academic circles having worked for many years in social services in the UK and abroad • Draws on new primary research, both by the author and academic colleagues, and uses it to propose specific directions for future policy Home-grown terrorism was responsible for the 7/7 London bombings and a number of subsequent plots. Using empirical evidence, this book highlights the misguided and ineffective efforts of the UK government to ‘prevent violent extremism’, particularly amongst young Muslims, and proposes alternative policy approaches to combat terrorism. Contents
Introduction: Responding to the Threat of Violent Extremism? | The Threat of Violent Extremism | Community Cohesion: A Changed Policy Context | Preventing Violent Extremism | A Suspect Community? | Confusion on the Ground? | Spooks? | Conclusion: Building Resilience | Notes | Bibliography | Index

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Waking from the American Dream
Transformations in American Society, Politics and Culture
Andreas Hess, University College Dublin, Ireland, and Gerard Boucher, University of the West of Scotland, UK
• The focus on the American dream gives the book a clear and attractive central narrative • The authorial team comprises a European scholar who has taught in the US and written widely on American society, and an American scholar who teaches in Europe. They are both insiders and outsiders, which gives the book a unique character • Courses in American studies are interdisciplinary in character yet competing books tend to cover only American politics, without the sociological content or the historical context of this book The American dream has been a central pillar in the building of American society from the Founding Fathers to the present day. This book takes the Obama presidency as a launch pad in order to track the changes that have occurred in American society, politics and culture since the founding of the republic. Contents
Introduction: Waking Up From The American Dream | American Exceptionalism | American Constitutionalism and the Promise of Disharmony | Demographic Changes | Multiculturalism/Pluralism | Social Stratification | Community and Social Capital | Religions and Culture | Popular Culture | Urban Sociology | Civil Society After ‘1989’ and ‘9/11’ | America in the World| Economic Crisis and Obama’s Curse | Conclusion: Reclaiming the American Dream? | Index

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SOCIOLOGY
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Trouble at Work
Ralph Fevre, Cardiff University, UK, Duncan Lewis, Plymouth University, UK, and Amanda Robinson and Trevor Jones, both at Cardiff University, UK
• Authors have published extensively, and are well-known and respected • Increasingly topical subject, especially in light of the Gordon Brown bullying allegation • Grounded on in-depth and large-scale data, this book offers a more extensive treatment of the issues at hand than has been previously published • Fevre’s article on the ‘Power of Nightmares’ is amongst the top 50 most cited in the lead journal of the field, Work, Employment and Society • Gives a clear and comprehensive picture of current workplace problems Trouble at Work addresses the apparent rise in workplace harassment and bullying in recent years. Drawing on extensive surveys and in-depth data, this book is a comprehensive study of troubles in the workplace, looking across many areas of employment. Contents
A Bad Day At The Office | Irrational And Punitive Management | Incivility And Disrespect | Violence And Injury | The Briar Patch | The Office | Charity At Home | Blue Collar, White Collar | Chaos and Complexity | Index

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Terror Crime Prevention with Communities
Basia Spalek, University of Birmingham, UK
• Counter-terrorism strategies have been developed right across government both in the UK and US, focusing on everything from educational and religious institutions to prison services • The first single-authored, research-based book on this key area of contemporary debate • Terrorism and counter-terrorism are interdisciplinary subject areas, thus the book will appeal to degree programmes across disciplines including politics and international relations, social policy, criminology and law Based on research in the US and UK, this book examines the involvement of Muslim communities in terror crime prevention work, by exploring the complexities of community involvement as well as its advantages and examining how trusting relationships between police, security services and communites can be built. Contents
Introduction: ‘New Terrorism’ and Communities | Terror Crime Prevention and Risk | Terror Crime Prevention and Community | State-Community Engagement within Counter-Terrorism | ‘Effective Practice’ in Relation to Community-Based Counter-Terrorism | Community Policing within a CounterTerrorism Context | Conclusion: Engaging Communities for 21st Century Security | Index

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Scientific Freedom
Edited by Simona Giordano and John Coggon, both at the University of Manchester, UK, and Marco Cappato, formerly a member of the European Parliament for Italy
• Up-to-date literature on the most cutting-edge areas of scientific research, considering its role and implications in contemporary society • First comprehensive anthology of essays designed to explore the state of scientific progress, and the ethics, law and history of scientific research • A response to concerns in the international scientific community • Considers regulatory imperatives in the face of potentially life-saving treatment This book represents the first comprehensive anthology of papers designed to explore both the state of scientific progress and the ethics, law and history of scientific research. It will appeal to a very wide international audience, offering a truly multidisciplinary analysis of many facets of scientific research. Contents
Foreword: Considering Freedom and Responsibility, and the Purpose of Science | Introduction | Part One: The Direction of Science and Technology | New Technologies: Are Sex and Fertilisation Ready for Divorce? | Is Cell Science Dangerous? | Can Freedom Help to Tackle Global Climate Warming? A View from Biogeochemical Research | The Cosmos Above Me, and the Moral Maze Within Me: Astrophysics and Base Research – Some Reflections | Science and Sustainability | Part Two: Science and Society: Law, Economics, and Politics | What Constitutional Protection for Freedom of Scientific Research? | Legal Methodologies for Maximizing Freedom of Scientific Research | Science and Economies | Regulating Remuneration for Providers of Materials for Scientific Usages | Scientific Freedom: Economics and Ethics | Ideology, Fundamentalism, and Scientific Research | The Future of Scientific Research: Compromises or Way Forwards? | Part Three: Science, Ethics, and the Ethics of Scientific Research | Scientists, Science and Democracy | Religion and Scientific Freedom | Ethical Reasoning About Scientific Freedom | The Ethical Limits of Science | What’s Special About Scientific Freedom | Concluding Remarks | Index

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M AY / J U N E 2 0 1 2

SOCIOLOGY

Globalizing Cricket
Codification, Colonization and Contemporary Identities
Dominic Malcolm, Loughborough University, UK
• This book will be the first sociological monograph dedicated to the global role of cricket • International nature of the book will appeal to lecturers globally • Written in a clear, accessible and engaging style • High number of universities in the UK and internationally that offer courses on sport science, sport studies and the sociology of sport • The author is very well connected in the cricketing press Globalizing Cricket examines the global role of the sport − its key points of development, the diffusion of cricket through colonization, and its impact on the changing notions of English national identity. It is the first book to provide a sociological study of the role of cricket in global societies. Contents
Part One: Introduction | Part Two: Codification: The Emergence of Cricket | Class, Englishness and Empire | Part Three: Colonization: America | Australia | The Caribbean | Part Four: Contemporary Identities | Conclusion | Index

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Global Boxing
Kath Woodward, The Open University, UK
• The first critical discussion of the place of boxing in contemporary society • The first book to approach the sport as a truly global phenomenon • Engages with many topics of contemporary interest across the social sciences, for example migration and diaspora, the power of spectacle, the economics of the ‘media moment’, the body and the relationship between the local and the global • The approach is inter- and transdisciplinary This book uses boxing as a vehicle for exploring social, cultural and political change in a global context. It considers to what degree and in what ways the sport of boxing reflects social transformations, and how it contributes to those transformations. Woodward provides new ways of thinking critically about our everyday assumptions and social world. Contents
Introduction | Strands and Traditions | Economic of Scale | Inside and Outside the Ring | Boxing | Rules and Regulations | Transforming the Fight Game | Conclusion | Index

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MARCH 2012

FOOD STUDIES

Food Media
Celebrity Chefs and the Politics of Everyday Interference
Signe Rousseau, University of Cape Town, South Africa
• The first scholarly critique of food media and specifically the rise of the celebrity chef • A topic of interest to those working in food studies but also related disciplines such as media and cultural studies • International in scope and coverage with a range of examples from the UK, the US, Europe and around the world, to cover all key media “players” in the international media scene Exploring the rise of the celebrity chef and covering key figures such as Jamie Oliver and Rachael Ray as well as popular concepts like foodies, food porn and fetishism, Food Media highlights how the intersections between celebrity culture and food media influence the way many people think about their everyday food choices. Short Contents
Preface | Introduction: Do you Remember when Chefs Just Cooked? | Part One: Food Media - A Fantasy Industry | Part Two: The Rise and Rise of Food Television | Part Three: How Not to Think About What to Eat | Bibliography | Index

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FOOD STUDIES
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A Theory of Grocery Shopping
Shelley L. Koch, Emory and Henry College, USA
• A highly original, evidence-based study of grocery shopping and the factors that influence what food ends up on our tables • Analyses contemporary magazines, TV shows, diet programs, and government publications, as well as interviews with key figures from shoppers to shop managers • Uses a unique methodology and an accessible, jargon-free style, which will appeal to students and academics alike A timely and unique study of the theories behind grocery shopping, based on textual analysis and interviews, which reveals how different organisations shape our thinking and behaviour when shopping for a household. Contents
Introduction: Shopping our Way to Change | The Historical and Social Context of Grocery Shopping | The Work of Grocery Shopping | Shopping and Nutrition Discourse | The Efficient Housewife Discourse | The Food Marketing Discourse | Competing Discourses and the Work of Food Shopping | Conclusion | Bibliography | Index

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Brazilian Food
Race, Class and Identity in Regional Cuisines
Jane Fajans, Cornell University, USA
• The first in-depth study of Brazilian national and regional cuisines and identity • Explores the significance of a range of key dishes and foods from different regions, from traditional fish stew and cassava, to açai and guarana berries • Includes traditional regional recipes Written by a leading anthropologist, this is the first in-depth study of Brazilian national and regional cuisine which explores the role of food in the construction of identity in Brazil. Contents
Introduction: Food and Identity | Can Moqueca Just be Fish Stew? | The Amazon as Home: Local Foods, Local Meanings | Açaí: From the Amazon to the World | Comida Caseira: Eating at Home in Many Places | Rodizo: All the Meat You Care to Eat | Conclusions: Eating Across Brazil: Enhancing Distinction through Food | Bibliography | Index

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Writing Food History
A Global Perspective
Edited by Kyri W. Claflin, Boston University, USA and Peter Scholliers, Vrije Universiteit, Belgium
• Provides a unique study presenting in one volume the key questions for any food historian or food researcher across a variety of disciplines • Addresses the relationship between food history and other academic discourses and charts the growth of food history in the academy • High-calibre contributors provide a rich commentary on particular aspects of food history, whilst the general editors explore the place of food history more broadly and compare similarities and differences in approach, methodologies, controversies and solutions • Geographical organization makes the book accessible for both first time food researchers as well as advanced undergraduates, graduates and scholars interested in food history Covering the past 2000 years and ranging across the globe, Writing Food History investigates the impact of history and other disciplines on the sources, methods and controversies of food studies. Short Contents
Introduction: Surveying World Food Historiography | Part One: The West | Part Two: The Middle East | Part Three: South and East Asia | Part Four: Africa| Conclusion | Bibliography | Index

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F E B R U A RY / J U N E 2 0 1 2

ANTHROPOLOGY

Ownership and Appropriation
Edited by Veronica Strang and Mark Busse, both at the University of Auckland, New Zealand

NEW IN PAPERBACK

• Offers new perspectives on recent debates exploring the relationship between people and things, and the ways in which property relations constitute social and political relations • Chapters cover a broad range of key topics: general theories of ownership, ownership of art and material culture, land and resources, knowledge, identity and intellectual property • Contains and excellent range of detailed case studies from Ireland, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, Indonesia, Nepal and Australia Through detailed case studies covering a wide range of related issues, Ownership and Appropriation provides a new approach to this key anthropological topic. Short Contents
Foreword | Part One: Subjects, Personhood and Peoplehood | Part Two: Materiality and Immateriality | Part Three: Ownership as Social Communication | Index

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Museums
A Visual Anthropology
Mary Bouquet, University College Utrecht, The Netherlands
• Explains all the major themes and issues relating to museums, from the ethics of object appropriation to different ways objects can be exhibited • Contains a wide range of concise case studies to aid student learning • Each chapter includes a guide to further reading, student exercises and accessible overviews of the key topics Packed with international case studies and student materials, this is the ideal introduction to all the key issues and concepts relating to museums today. With a focus on anthropological approaches, it will be essential reading for students of visual anthropology, material culture and museum studies. Short Contents
List of Illustrations | Acknowledgements | Introduction | Part One: Museums in the Twenty-first Century | Part Two: Stretching the National Museum | Part Three: A History of Ethnographic Museums | Part Four: The Ethnography of Museums | Part Five: Practices of Object Display | Part Six: Object and Image Repatriation| Bibliography | Index

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The Interview
An Ethnographic Approach
Edited by Jonathan Skinner, Queen’s University Belfast, UK
• Explores the different interview techniques used by anthropologists, as well as individual or cultural responses to interviews • Excellent range of case studies from: England, Algeria, Scotland, Papua New Guinea, France, North Korea, Northern Ireland, Angola, Ireland, and US • Contains contributions from high caliber international scholars such as Jonathan Skinner Helena Wulff, Nigel Rapport, Lisette Josephides, Maruska Svasek, Vincent Crapanzano, Marilyn Strathern The interview is a key ethnographic method. This volume presents an overview of the latest debates on the interview as used by anthropologists. This cuttingedge international collection explores theory, introduces new interview techniques and raises new questions about interview practice. Short Contents
Foreword | Introduction | Part One: Positioning the Interview | Part Two: Interview Techniques | Part Three: Interview Cases | Epilogue | Bibliography | Index

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ARCHAEOLOGY
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Vessels of Influence
China and Porcelain in Medieval and Early Modern Japan
Nicole Coolidge Rousmaniere, Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures, UK
• Of interest not only to archaeologists, art historians and cultural historians, but also collectors and anyone interested in Far Eastern ceramics • An original contribution to an important but still under-researched field A detailed archaeological and documentary examination of the role of Chinese ceramics in Japan, and the debates that surround the late but rapid development of Japanese porcelain. Vessels of Influence brings together the different trajectories in Japanese and Anglo-American scholarship to focus on multiple points of view. Contents
Preface | List of Figures | Timeline | Maps | Figures | Introduction | Porcelain Debates in Japan and in the West | Chinese Ceramics in Japan During the Medieval Period, and Their Significance in Tea Gatherings | The Genesis of Porcelain | Conclusion | Postscript | Key Japanese Terms and Characters List | References | Index

PB 9780715634639 £14.99 February, 2012 216x135mm 144pp READERSHIP: Collectors, archaeologists, art historians, cultural historians TERRITORY: World All Languages SERIES: Debates in Archaeology Bristol Classical Press

Dark Age Economics
A New Audit
Richard Hodges, University of East Anglia, UK
• An important reassessment of the arguments in the same author’s original Dark Age Economics, a core archaeology textbook for 30 years • Concise and accessible to undergraduates upwards • High-profile author Here Richard Hodges readdresses the issues he first tackled in 1982 in his original influential Dark Age Economics: The Origins of Towns and Trade, focussing on the archaeological, anthropological and historical models of gift and commodity exchange pertinent to Europe during the seventh to ninth centuries. Contents
Preface | The Debate | Models | The ‘Original Affluent Society’? | Of ‘Mushroom Cities’ and ‘Mouseholes’ | New Directions | Bibliography | Index

PB 9780715636794 £14.99 May, 2012 216x135mm 224pp READERSHIP: Undergraduate and postgraduate students and scholars of archaeology TERRITORY: World All Languages SERIES: Debates in Archaeology Bristol Classical Press

Early European Castles
Aristocracy and Authority, AD 800-1200
Oliver Creighton, University of Exeter, UK
• There is no other modern overview of European castles available in book form • Castles have popular appeal and the book is written accessibly to interest a wide readership • Summarizes recent new revisionist approaches to the study of European castles Early European Castles shows how our understanding of the origins and growth of medieval castles is currently being transformed and develops a framework for deepening our understanding of Europe’s ‘castral revolution’ in the period AD 800-1200. Contents
Preface | List of Illustrations | Debating the European ‘Castral Revolution’ | Earth and Timber Castles | Stone Towers of Status and Display | The Broader Context: Landscape and Townscape | Conclusions: The Rise of the Seigneury | Bibliography | Index

PB 9781780930312 £14.99 May, 2012 216x135mm 144pp READERSHIP: Undergraduate students of history and archaeology; general readers TERRITORY: World SERIES: Debates in Archaeology Bristol Classical Press

JUNE 2012

ARCHAEOLOGY

Archaeologies of Conflict
John Carman, Birmingham University, UK
• A concise discussion of the history and current state of conflict archaeology • An introduction to a growing area not only for archaeologists but also for those involved in strategic, military and security studies • Sets out a strategy for the future development of conflict archaeology The last two decades have seen the emergence of a specific set of archaeological approaches to war and conflict. This concise and readable study assesses the current state of conflict archaeology, looking forward to what the field can offer as it develops. Contents
Introduction | Archaeology and Conflict Studies | Prehistoric Conflict | Historic Battlefields | Modern Conflict | The Potential for Conflict Archaeology | Conclusions | Bibliography | Index

PB 9781849668880 £14.99 June, 2012 216x135mm 144pp READERSHIP: Undergraduate, postgraduate, scholarly TERRITORY: World SERIES: Debates in Archaeology Bristol Classical Press

F E B R U A RY 2 0 1 2

CLASSICS AND ANCIENT HISTORY

Ancient Egyptian Technology and Innovation
Ian Shaw, University of Liverpool, UK
• First short single-author monograph on the topic of ancient Egyptian technology • First study of ancient Egyptian technology in its social context • First study of ancient Egyptian technology to focus on innovation The study of ancient Egyptian materials and technology is a vibrant one, with research being conducted by many scholars throughout the world. This book brings together the basic evidence for different aspects of change and evolution in Egyptian technology. It also examines wider cognitive and social contexts. Contents
Preface | Acknowledgements | List of Illustrations | Chronology | Introduction: Towards an Explicitly Anthropological Analysis of Technological Change and Innovation in Ancient Egypt | Analysing Egyptian Technological Dynamics – Was Egyptian Technology Underpinned and Framed by ‘Science’? | Writing: Human Communication as Social Technology | Medicine, Magic and Pharmacy: the Fusion of Science and Religion | Stone-working: The Synthesis of Traditional Chaînes Opératoires and Ideological Innovations | Mummification and Glass-working: Issues of Definition and Process | Chariot Production: Technical Choice and Socio-political Change | Military Hardware: The East Mediterranean Knowledge Economy and the Emergence of the Iron Age in Egypt | Technology Embedded in Urban Society: Finding the Individual in the General | Conclusion | Appendix 1: Measuring Space | Appendix 2: Measuring Time | Appendix 3: Astronomy and Astrology | Abbreviations | Bibliography | Index

PB 9780715631188 £18.99 February, 2012 234x156mm 160pp READERSHIP: Students and scholars of archaeology, egyptology, ancient history, and history of science and technology TERRITORY: World All Languages SERIES: BCP Egyptology Bristol Classical Press

The Comedian as Critic
Greek Old Comedy and Poetics
Matthew Wright, University of Exeter, UK
• An original and sophisticated reading of the works of Old Comedy, including many lost and fragmentary plays • All Greek is translated, making this work accessible to a wide audience of literary historians, students and general readers The first comprehensive study of the relationship between Greek comedy and ancient literary criticism, offering an original and sophisticated reading of the works of Old Comedy. Contents
Preface | Reading Comic Criticism | Literary Contests | Novelty | The Metaphorical Language of Criticism | The Comedian as Reader | Appendix Checklist of Play Titles | Notes | Bibliography of Works Cited | Index of Passages Cited | General Index

HB 9781780930299 £50.00 February, 2012 234x156mm 224pp READERSHIP: Undergraduate, postgraduate and scholarly TERRITORY: World Bristol Classical Press

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The Lives of the Greek Poets
Second Edition
Mary R. Lefkowitz, Wellesley College, USA
• New edition of a highly regarded well-established scholarly work by an eminent author • Includes new bibliography and takes account of scholarship on the topic since the first edition was published in 1981 Completely revised and rewritten, the second edition of the ground-breaking The Lives of the Greek Poets describes how ancient biographies of poets were inspired by the poets’ own works and were meant to be understood as historical fiction. Contents
Preface | Introduction | Hesiod | Homer | Eight Archaic Poets | Solon | Simonides | Pindar | Aeschylus | Sophocles | Euripides | Comic Poets | Hellenistic Poets | Conclusion | Abbreviations | Bibliography | Notes | Index

PB 9781780930893 £18.99 February, 2012 234x156mm 256pp READERSHIP: Postgraduate and scholarly TERRITORY: World Bristol Classical Press

Greek Sculpture
Gina Muskett, University of Liverpool, UK
• Concise and informative, providing an easily accessible introduction to the subject • A new volume in the highly respected Classical World series aimed at late school and early university students • Individual case studies accompany each chapter • Highlights the context for which sculptures were originally made An accessible introduction to Ancient Greek sculpture from the eighth century to the second century BC with particular focus on the context in which the sculpture was commissioned, including funerary monuments, dedications in sanctuaries and architectural sculpture. Contents
Introduction | The Origins of Greek Sculpture | Funerary Sculpture | Sculptures Great and Small: Funerary Offerings | Sculpture from Architectural Settings | Patrons and Patronage | A Question of Medium: Stone and Bronze | Collectors and Collecting | Suggestions for Further Reading and Study | Glossary | Index

PB 9781780930282 £12.99 March, 2012 216x138mm 128pp READERSHIP: A-level and undergraduate TERRITORY: World SERIES: Classical World Bristol Classical Press

Boudicca
Marguerite Johnson, University of Newcastle, Australia
• Relevant to those taking courses on Roman Britain, Celtic Studies, Classics, Women in Antiquity and Ancient Historiography • Written by a classicist well qualified to interrogate the nuances of the original sources • A fascinating account of the importance of Boudicca’s life and image to later ages An insightful series of portraits of the warrior queen Boudicca (Boadicea), Queen of the Iceni, as envisaged by both ancient and modern writers and artists. Contents
Acknowledgements and Conventions | Introduction | Boudicca and the British Revolt against Rome | Tacitus | Dio Cassius | After the Ancients...Boudicca’s Later Lives | Conclusion | Notes | Select Bibliography | Index

PB 9781853997327 £12.99 April, 2012 216x135mm 160pp READERSHIP: Students of classics and history, and general readers TERRITORY: World All Languages SERIES: Ancients in Action Bristol Classical Press

APRIL 2012

CLASSICS AND ANCIENT HISTORY

Dark Age Liguria
Regional Identity and Local Power, c. 400-1050
Ross Balzaretti, University of Nottingham, UK
• An important addition to the study of the end of Rome and the Dark Ages in Europe • Sets out ideas for a new methodology in the study of the period A detailed case study of the Liguria region of Italy, using the insights gained there to illuminate events at the end of Roman imperial rule. Contents
Preface | Abbreviations | Maps | Figures | Introduction | Historical Ecology | Villas, Castra and Villages | Political Change and Social Organization | Genoa: Central Place? | Vara Valley: At the Margins? | Conclusion | Appendix Chronology | Select Bibliography | Index, Including Inventory of Sites

PB 9781780930305 £14.99 April, 2012 234x156mm 144pp READERSHIP: Undergraduate, postgraduate, scholarly TERRITORY: World SERIES: Studies in Early Medieval History Bristol Classical Press

Expurgating the Classics
Editing Out in Latin and Greek
Edited by Stephen Harrison, University of Oxford, UK, and Christopher Stray, Swansea University, UK
• Experienced editors and a distinguished cast of contributors • Wide chronological scope, from the ancient world to the twentieth century • Features the ever popular topics of sex and obscenity The first collection dedicated to the subject of expurgation in the classics, exploring the strategies used to deal with obscene and other textual material in conflict with Christian and other post-classical values. Contents
Introduction: The Varieties of Expurgation | Expurgation in Early Greek Lyric | ‘Seeing the Meat for What It Is’: Probing Aristophanic Phallacies | Headlam’s Herodas | Contempta Relinquas: Anxiety and Expurgation in Printed Editions of Lucretius’ de Rerum Natura | Expurgating Horace 1660-1900 | Modifying Martial in Nineteenth-Century Britain | Catullus and ‘Comment in English’: the Tradition of the Expurgated Commentary Before Fordyce | The Book Worm and the Big Cheese: Photius Audits the Library | ‘From Out the Schoolboy’s Vision’: Expurgation and the Young Reader | ‘For the Gentleman and the Scholar’: Sexual and Scatological References in the Loeb Classical Library | How to Fillet a Penguin: Remarks on Bowdlerizing the Classics | Index

HB 9781849668927 £50.00 April, 2012 234x156mm 240pp READERSHIP: Postgraduate, scholarly and general interest TERRITORY: World Bristol Classical Press

No Laughing Matter
Studies in Old and Middle Comedy
Edited by C.W. Marshall, University of British Columbia, Canada, and George Kovacs, Trent University, Canada
• A broad range of contributors, from senior scholars who have shaped the study of comedy for over 30 years to younger contributors with new approaches • Carefully focussed and tightly edited A specially commissioned collection of papers covering widely read works, fragmentary plays and lost authors, giving a new perspective on the study of ancient comedy. Contents
Introduction | Part One: Comedy and Athens: ‘From the Wagons’, ‘Parade Abuse’ and the Ritual Context of Old Comic Invective | Was Crates Criticizing Philosophy? The Case of the Thêria | Will the Real Socrates Please Stand Up? | From Paracomedy to Metacomedy: Storey versus Sidwell on the Interaction between Aristophanes and Eupolis | Father-beaters and Avian Justice in Aristophanes’ "Birds" | Politics and the City in Aristophanes’ "Lysistrata" | Playing on Remorse: Arginousai, Theramenes and Aristophanes’ "Frogs" | Part Two Comedy and Tragedy: Pursuing Nemesis: Cratinus and Mythological Comedy | The Paratragic Muse: Aristophanes and Genre | The Eleusinian Mysteries and the Public Status of Comedy in Aristophanes’ "Frogs" | Notes on Aristophanes’ "Frogs" | The Slave’s Tale: Cario’s Narrative in Aristophanes’ "Wealth" | Axionicus, The Euripides Fan | Timocles fr. 6 and the Consolations of Tragedy | Index

PB 9781780930152 £25.00 April, 2012 234x156mm 256pp READERSHIP: Undergraduate, postgraduate and scholarly TERRITORY: World Bristol Classical Press

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Prescribing Ovid
The Latin Works and Networks of the Enlightened Doctor Heerkens
Yasmin Haskell, University of Western Australia
• First literary/intellectual biography since the nineteenth century of this significant figure of later Dutch humanism • Casts new light on major Enlightenment figures such as Voltaire, d’Alembert, Morgagni, Passionei and Querini • Of interest to classicists, literary historians and historians of the Enlightenment This book explores the intellectual and identity politics of Latin language use in the Enlightenment ‘Republic of Letters’ via the figure of Gerard Nicolaas Heerkens (1728-1801), a Dutch physician and Latin poet, disenchanted disciple of Voltaire, and lifelong devotee of Ovid. Contents
Introduction: Cultivating the Two Apollos | Finding his Feet: Six Feet or Five? | Stepping Out: Healing the Republic of Letters | Writing Home: Letters from Italy | Patriots in Portraits: From National to Natural History | Notes from the Margins: Narrate or Inscribe? | Conclusion | Index

HB 9780715637234 £50.00 April, 2012 234x156mm 256pp READERSHIP: Postgraduate and scholarly TERRITORY: World All Languages Bristol Classical Press

Studying Roman Law
Paul du Plessis, University of Edinburgh, UK
• Clarity, brevity and the use of non-technical language make this a very accessible short introduction to the subject • A volume in the highly regarded Classical World series A concise, user-friendly introduction to Roman law written using non-specialist language and is aimed primarily at the secondary school and undergraduate market. Contents:
Sources and Methodology | Persons | Actions | Things | Conclusions | Suggestions for Further Reading and Study | Index

PB 9781780930268 £12.99 April, 2012 216x138mm 128pp READERSHIP: AS-and A-level and undergraduate TERRITORY: World SERIES: Classical World Bristol Classical Press

Ancient Ethnography
New Approaches
Edited by Eran Almagor, Simon Dubnow Institute for Jewish History, Germany, and Joseph Skinner, University of Liverpool, UK
• Targeted at those teaching and taking courses on Greeks and Barbarians and Greek identity, now widespread in universities • A subject area ripe for re-evaluation • There is no comparable multi-period treatment of Greco-Roman ethnography • High profile contributors A collection of focussed essays re-evaluating existing orthodoxies about ancient ethnographic thought. Short Contents
Introduction: Ancient Ethnography through the Ages | Part One: Beginnings | Part Two: Responses | Part Three: Transformations | Part Four: Receptions | Index

HB 9781849668903 £50.00 May, 2012 234x156mm 240pp READERSHIP: Advanced undergraduate, postgraduate and scholarly TERRITORY: World Bristol Classical Press

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M AY / J U N E 2 0 1 2

CLASSICS AND ANCIENT HISTORY

Western Perspectives on the Mediterranean
Cultural Transfer in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages, 400-800 AD
Edited by Andreas Fischer, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany, and Ian Wood, University of Leeds, UK
• Brings together new and original scholarly approaches to well-known source material • Concentrates on a fascinating period of change in Europe, the aftermath of the fall of the Roman Empire A high-level scholarly collection of articles on the transmission of knowledge and culture from a Mediterranean world politically fragmented by the fall of the western Roman empire and the Islamic expansion into Latin Europe, 400800 AD. Contents
Introduction | The Burgundians and Byzantium | ‘Avenger of all Perjury’ in Constantinople, Ravenna and Metz: St Polyeuctus, Sigibert I and the Division of Charibert’s Kingdom in 568 | The Historian as Cultural Broker in the Late and Post-Roman West | Rewriting History: Fredegar’s Perspectives on the Mediterranean | Greek Popes: Yes or No, and Did it Matter? | Mediterranean Lessons for Northumbrian Monks in Bede’s ‘Chronica Maiora’ | Index

HB 9781780930275 £50.00 May, 2012 234x156mm 192pp READERSHIP: Postgraduate and scholarly TERRITORY: World Bristol Classical Press

Neo-Latin Poetry in the British Isles
Edited by Luke Houghton, University of Glasgow, UK, and Gesine Manuwald, University College London, UK
• Key secondary reading for an increasing number of courses on English Renaissance literature and Neo-Latin literature • Relevant to students and scholars of classics, English, comparative literature, classical reception (classical tradition) • Interdisciplinary approach and relevance • Broad coverage of the subject by scholars with proven track records in the area of study A well focussed collection of case studies of sixteenth to eighteenth-century English, Welsh, Scottish and Irish neo-Latin poets by scholars from a variety of backgrounds, giving broad coverage to a high scholarly standard. Contents
Introduction: Musa Britanna | John Leland and Communities of the Epigram in the Henrician Renaissance | Thomas Campion: A Poet Between the Two Worlds of Classical and English Literature | Juvenes Ornatissimi: The Student Writing of George Herbert and John Milton | Abraham Cowley’s ‘Davideis’ | The Role of Latin Lyric in Cowley’s Plantarum Libri Sex | The Latin Poetry of English Gentlemen | Samuel Johnson and Latin Poetry | Spectacles from Scotland: Camden, Johnston, and the Urbes Britanniae | George Buchanan, Chieftain o’ the Poet Race | Scotland’s Horace: The Secular Lyric Poetry of George Buchanan | Chapter Lucan in the Highlands: James Philip’s Grameid and the Traditions of Ancient Epic | Est Locus a Castro Declivi Rupe Recedens: a Sense of Place in the Epigrams of Sir John Stradling (15631637) | An Irish Poet in Wittenberg, 1539: Two Poems in Praise of Edmund Bonner and Thomas Cromwell | ‘No Surrender’: An Anonymous Irish Epic on the Battle of the Boyne | Index

PB 9781780930145 £25.00 June, 2012 234x156mm 240pp READERSHIP: Undergraduate, postgraduate and scholarly TERRITORY: World Bristol Classical Press

J A N U A RY 2 0 1 2

PHILOSOPHY

Proclus: Ten Questions on Providence
Translated and edited by Jan Opsomer, University of Cologne, Germany, and Carlos Steel, University of Leuven, Belgium
• Latest volume in a well established scholarly series of over 90 volumes • The first English translation of this important philosophical text A volume in the Ancient Commentators on Aristotle series, a pathbreaking enterprise which for the first time translates the commentaries of the Neoplatonic commentators on the works of Aristotle into English. Contents
Preface | Introduction | Textual Emendations | Translation | Notes | Bibliography | English-Greek Glossary | Greek-English Index | Index of Passages Cited | Subject Index

HB 9780715639245 £60.00 January, 2012 234x156mm 192pp READERSHIP: Postgraduate and scholarly TERRITORY: World All Languages SERIES: Ancient Commentators on Aristotle Bristol Classical Press

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Alexander of Aphrodisias: On the Soul
Part I: Soul as Form of the Body, Parts of the Soul, Nourishment, and Perception
Translated and edited by Victor Caston, University of Michigan, USA
• Latest volume in a prestigious and well-established scholarly series of over 90 volumes • The first English translation of this important philosophical work This is Part I of the first English translation of the philosopher Alexander of Aphrodisias’ treatise On the Soul, the latest volume in the highly regarded Ancient Commentators on Aristotle series, now in over 90 volumes. Contents
Preface | Introduction | Textual Emendations | Translation | Notes | Bibliography | English-Greek Glossary | Greek-English Index | Index of Passages Cited | Subject Index

HB 9781780930244 £60.00 March, 2012 234x156mm 192pp READERSHIP: Postgraduate and scholarly TERRITORY: World all languages SERIES: Ancient Commentators on Aristotle Bristol Classical Press

Simplicius: On Aristotle Physics 1.5-9
Translated and edited by Han Baltussen, University of Adelaide, Australia, Michael Atkinson, formerly at Eton College, UK, Michael Share, University of Tasmania, Australia, and Ian Mueller, formerly at the University of Chicago, USA
• The latest volume in a prestigious series of translations, now in over 90 volumes • Deals with fundamental issues concerning the nature of matter This is the first translation into English of this part of the sixth-century philosopher Simplicius’ commentary on Aristotle’s Physics, which deals with the treatment of matter. Contents
Preface | Introduction | Textual Emendations | Translation | Notes | Bibliography | English-Greek Glossary | Greek-English Index | Index of Passages Cited | Subject Index

HB 9780715638576 £60.00 March, 2012 234x156mm 224pp READERSHIP: Postgraduate and scholarly TERRITORY: World All Languages SERIES: Ancient Commentators on Aristotle Bristol Classical Press

Bioscience and the Good Life
Iain Brassington, University of Manchester, UK
• A ‘friendly’ critique of the position generally termed ‘bioscientific optimism’ • Bioethics has a tendency to divide into pro- and anti-enhancement camps. This work opens up the richness and complexity of debate that could be had by drawing on philosophical resources largely neglected hitherto • Part of the Science, Ethics and Society series edited by Sir John Sulston and John Harris Bioscience and the Good Life explores the relationship between bioscience and 'the good life', drawing from the idea that the point of biomedical research is unavoidably tied to the idea of the good life. Contents
Part One: Making Good: The Good of Bioscience | Against the Antis | Radical Life Extension: Why a Long Good Life isn’t Always Better | Intellectual Enhancement | Designs for Life: How the Biosciences Really Can Help | Part two: Being Good: Good Does as Good Is: The Case against Moral Enhancement | Must We Enhance? | Is Scientific Research a Duty? (Part 1) | Is Scientific Research a Duty (Part 2)

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HB 9781849663380 £55.00 Epub 9781849663397 £55.00 PDF 9781780930930 £55.00 April, 2012 234x156mm 208pp READERSHIP: Scholarly and professional in the field of biomedical ethics, philosophy and health studies TERRITORY: World SERIES: Science, Ethics and Society Bristol Classical Press

M AY / J U N E 2 0 1 2

PHILOSOPHY

Philoponus: On Aristotle Physics 4.6-9
Translated and edited by Pamela Huby, formerly at University of Liverpool, UK
• First translation into English of this important text • Furnished with extensive Introduction, Notes and Indexes This is the first translation into English of the commentary of the sixth-century philosopher Philoponus on Aristotle’s Physics Book 4, chapter 6-9. In this section of his commentary, Philoponus attacks Aristotle’s views on void (or vacuum) and motion. Contents
Preface | Introduction | Textual Emendations | Translation | Notes | Bibliography | English-Greek Glossary | Greek-English Index | Index of Passages Cited | Subject Index

HB 9781780930916 £60.00 May, 2012 234x156mm 160pp READERSHIP: Postgraduate and scholarly TERRITORY: World English Language Volume Rights SERIES: Ancient Commentators on Aristotle Bristol Classical Press

Philoponus: On Aristotle Posterior Analytics 1.19-34
Translated and edited by Owen Goldin, Marquette University, USA, and Marije Martijn, University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands
• The latest volume in a prestigious scholarly series, now in over 90 volumes • This is the first English translation of this important philosophical commentary This translation into English of part of the commentary of the sixth-century philosopher Philoponus on Aristotle’s Posterior Analytics deals with the important topic of explanation though scientific demonstration. Contents
Preface | Introduction | Textual Emendations | Translation | Notes | Bibliography | English-Greek Glossary | Greek-English Index | Index of Passages Cited | Subject Index

HB 9781780930909 £60.00 June, 2012 234x156mm 160pp READERSHIP: Postgraduate and scholarly TERRITORY: World English Language Volume Rights SERIES: Ancient Commentators on Aristotle Bristol Classical Press

J A N U A RY 2 0 1 2

DESIGN

Perspective Drawing for Interior Space
Christopher Natale, The Art Institute of Phoenix, USA
• Colour-coded line drawings are used throughout for grasping the concept of perspective easily • Basic geometric forms like solid and transparent cubes are used to create more complex objects such as different types of furniture. These geometric shapes are also used to create the initial placement of objects in an interior space and complete fully furnished room designs • Full-colour photographs are shown with an analysis of perspective elements such as vanishing points and horizon lines • Includes projects to boost students’ confidence and improve their skills, increasing the opportunities for success as designers • Covers three-point perspective for advanced courses and students who have mastered one- and two-point perspective; includes a reference, Glossary of Key Terms, an Appendix of Perspective Grids and a Metric Conversion Table Using step-by-step instructions and coloured line drawings, Perspective Drawing for Interior Space provides students with the skills and techniques to create freehand and technical perspective drawings and sketches quickly to present their interior designs in perspective to a client. For a list of contents visit: www.fairchildbooks.com.
PB 9781609010713 £40.00 January, 2012 216x279mm 336pp READERSHIP: Undergraduate and up, studying design TERRITORY: World English excluding Canada/USA Fairchild

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Sustainable Design for Interior Environments
Second Edition
Susan M. Winchip, Illinois State University, USA
• Revised content to reflect current academic and industry engagement in sustainable/green issues • Updated to reflect changes in legislation, international initiatives, technologies and products • Global case studies that demonstrate exceptional sustainable design from countries throughout the world • Updated art program that includes international examples of award-winning and LEED-certified buildings • Summary tables illustrating the relationship between topics in a chapter and the new LEED 2009 requirements; pedagogy includes ‘Checking for Comprehension’ with questions as well as exercises for introductory and advanced levels to reinforce the content Fully-updated to reflect changes in legislation, technologies, international initiatives and products and including global case studies, this second edition integrates the complex topics of sustainability with the design process to enable students to apply the concepts with the same ease as they apply the elements and principles of design. For a list of contents visit: www.fairchildbooks.com.
PB 9781609010812 £50.00 January, 2012 279x216mm 400pp READERSHIP: Undergraduate and up, studying design TERRITORY: World English excluding Canada/USA Fairchild

The Interior Plan
Concepts and Exercises
Roberto J. Rengel, University of Wisconsin-Madison, USA
• Topics and examples address the ‘nitty-gritty’ of design, all those issues that come up in the process of planning real projects that are seldom discussed in books and are only talked about when they come up in the design studio • Abundant examples of what to do and what to avoid help students become better designers • Numerous exercises facilitate the learning by encouraging students to apply ideas and concepts in a fast and loose way immediately after reading about them • Book progresses sequentially from the room (the basic unit of a project to the entire project and includes chapters and numerous examples of residential and non-residential design) An introductory level book addressing the ‘nitty-gritty’ of designing and planning interior environments, filled with examples of what to do and avoid to help students become better designers. For a list of contents visit: www.fairchildbooks.com.
PB 9781563679339 £40.00 January, 2012 216x279mm 330pp READERSHIP: Undergraduate and up, studying design TERRITORY: World English excluding Canada/USA Fairchild

Scandinavian Design
Alternative Histories
Edited by Kjetil Fallan, University of Oslo, Norway
• A radical reappraisal of one of the most productive and influential design regions in the world • Examines Scandinavian design through a range of diverse examples, from sofas and trams to reverse vending machines and chocolate bars • Brings together leading scholars from Scandinavia to explore multiple alternative design histories Examines the last century of Scandinavian design to reveal how the region’s design culture is very different from popular assumption. Short Contents
Introduction | Part One: Networks | Part Two: Appropriations | Part Three: Mediations | Bibliography | Index

PB 9781847889119 £19.99 HB 9781847889126 £60.00 Epub 9780857852182 £19.99 February, 2012 234x156mm 288pp READERSHIP: Upper-level students in design (in Scandinavia: introductory level students of design) TERRITORY: World Berg

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F E B R U A RY / M A R C H 2 0 1 2

DESIGN

Inclusive Design
A Universal Need
Linda L. Nussbaumer, South Dakota State University, USA
• Full colour ‘book within a book’ highlights designs that typify topics central to each chapter • Floor plans for various design typologies demonstrate the application of inclusive design from homes to hospitals, offices, schools, shops, and theatres • Boxed features focus on specific challenges such as introducing universal design into historic preservation, aging in place and creating home and work environments conducive to activities for all generations and abilities • Design situations (provide examples or situations related to inclusive design) • Profiles include inclusive designer Michael Graves; motivational speaker and wheelchair user Rosemarie Rossetti, Ph.D.; blind mountain climber Erik Weibenmayer; and other educators and leaders of organizations that promote inclusive design Fully covering CIDA accreditation standards, this text shows how an inclusive approach to residential, commercial, product design and technology creates accessible and aesthetically pleasing environments for everyone to use together. For a list of contents visit: www.fairchildbooks.com.
PB 9781563679216 £55.00 February, 2012 279x216mm 352pp READERSHIP: Undergraduate and up, studying design TERRITORY: World English excluding Canada/USA Fairchild

Space Planning for Commercial Interiors
Office Design
Mary Lou Bakker
Mary Lou Bakker is a licensed interior designer and principle of ML Design, LLC, specializing in commercial interior design • Coverage of all aspects of space planning for offices: building footprints, circulation, typical layouts, conference rooms, support rooms, reception areas, programming, and implementing and presenting a plan • Diagrams, plan views, typical layouts, and CAD drawings to illustrate every stage of the process • Appendices with sample client profiles, building locations, programming and building floorplate questionnaires, and circulation plan view A thorough and engaging look at the process of space planning for offices. Covers issues such as building codes and integrating LEED requirements into the plan, and includes exercises, diagrams, plan views and CAD views to support students and professionals through every stage of the design process. For a list of contents visit: www.fairchildbooks.com.
PB 9781563679056 £55.00 February, 2012 279x216mm 384pp READERSHIP: Undergraduate and up, studying design TERRITORY: World English excluding Canada/USA Fairchild

Design and Designing
A Critical Introduction
Edited by Steve Garner, The Open University, UK, and Chris Evans, Aston University, UK
• Covers all aspects of design: from production to consumption, from creativity to working with clients • Covers all types of design: from product to graphic, and fashion to games • Packed with pedagogic material: images, case studies, highlight boxes and activity projects A one volume overview of, and introduction to, all aspects of design today. Short Contents
Introduction | Part One: The Design Process | Part Two: Modelling, Drawing and Computing | Part Three: Designing for People | Part Four: Business, Markets and Clients| Part Five: Sustainable Design and Designing | Part Six: The Professional Practice of Design | Part Seven: Design Futures | Endnotes | Bibliography | Index

PB 9781847885760 £24.99 HB 9781847885777 £75.00 March, 2012 244x189mm 480pp READERSHIP: 1st-year students of design; also suitable for engineering, architectural and fashion design studies TERRITORY: World Berg

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Designing for Cradle-to-Cradle Home
Process and Experience
Anna Marshall-Baker, University of North Carolina at Greensboro, USA, and Lisa M. Tucker, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (Virginia Tech), USA
• Foreword and afterword written by Gregg Lewis, AIA, SwithLewis Architecture, Roanoke, Virginia • Features four professional and student awarded prize winners and the rationale behind the selections • Jurors for the C2C Home Competition were renowned architects Alexander Garvin, Daniel Leibeiskind, William McDonough, Randall Stout and Sarah Susanka • Over 75 entries are shown throughout to articulate the cradle-to-cradle paradigm • Developed for interior design and architecture studio courses as well as practicing design firms looking to incorporate sustainable design principles and materials into their work A spirited, smart, engaging guide to practicing effective, evidence-based sustainable design that will benefit those on interior design and architecture studio courses, as well as practicing design firms looking to incorporate sustainable design principles and materials into their work. For a list of contents visit: www.fairchildbooks.com.
PB 9781609010751 £40.00 March, 2012 229x305mm 240pp READERSHIP: Undergraduate and up, studying design TERRITORY: World English excluding Canada/USA Fairchild

Doing Research in Design
Christopher Crouch, Edith Cowan University, Australia, and Southwest University, Chongqing, China, and Jane Pearce, Murdoch University, Australia
• The most up-to-date overview of research methods in design available • Examines the social impacts of design, as well as its functionality or efficiency • Links design research with sociology and philosophy, in a unique crossdisciplinary approach A comprehensive exploration of design research methods, with particular focus on the social impacts of design. Contents
Introduction | Positioning the Designer | What Do Designers and Researchers Do? Thinking, Doing and Researching | Practice and Praxis, Reflection and Reflexivity | Thinking about Research: Methodology | Doing Research: From Methodologies to Methods | In the Picture: Ethnography and Observation | Understanding Through Story: Narratives | Using Case Studies and Mixed Methods | Action Research | Writing About Research | Bibliography | Index

PB 9781847885791 £19.99 HB 9781847885807 £55.00 Epub 9780857852199 £19.99 April, 2012 244x172mm 224pp READERSHIP: 3rd-year and graduate in design, or fashion and architecture TERRITORY: World Berg

Presentation Strategies and Dialogue
Christina Scalise
Christina M. Scalise, NCIDQ, is a professional interior designer and principal of her own firm. • Provides students with essential skills and tips to deliver presentations that complement the strength of their creative ideas • Highlights that a design presentation is an exchange of ideas and provides tips to students for activating powerful interactions with viewers • Provides practical experience from a professional's perspective Presentation Strategies and Dialogue provides analytical and physical techniques that will enable students to deliver engaging and powerful design presentations that both bring to life the design story and demonstrate how the solution meets the client’s needs. For a list of contents visit: www.fairchildbooks.com.
PB 9781609011444 £40.00 May, 2012 216x279mm 224pp READERSHIP: Undergraduate and up, studying design TERRITORY: World excluding Canada/USA Fairchild

JUNE 2012

DESIGN

Digital Design
A Critical Introduction
Dean Bruton and Anthony Radford, both independent scholars
‘Emphasising a makers’ perspective on digital design – the nodes, networks, and the capacity for participation and evolution that digital media affords us – and maintaining a consistent conceptual position, this book make the case for a generic approach to digital design.’ − Karen Cham, Kingston University, UK • Provides the first critical overview of how to design with digital media • Very highly illustrated with over 200 black-and-white and colour images An overview of all aspects of digital design − the fastest growing part of design − which combines analysis with ‘how-to’. Contents
Rules and Digital Design | Bending Rules | Making Digital Artefacts | Developing Digital Creativity | Analysis: Product Design and Art | Analysis: Architecture, Film and Games | Serious Play | Studio Journals | Critical Ideas | Bibliography | Index

PB 9781847888280 £24.99 HB 9781847888297 £60.00 EPUB 9781847889171 £24.99 June, 2012 244x189mm 192pp READERSHIP: 2nd/3rd-year undergraduates and up TERRITORY: World Berg

Color and Design
Edited by Marilyn DeLong and Barbara Martinson, both at the University of Minnesota, USA
• Explains how colour is used in design and branding and how we respond to it depending on cultural context • Contains essays from scholars and practitioners from a variety of disciplines, providing a broad range of perspectives • Short and engaging case studies offer examples of colour theory in action for students Bringing together contributions from a wide range of key scholars and practitioners, this important collection provides a broad interdisciplinary overview of how we experience colour and how it is used in design. Short Contents
Introduction | Part One: Experiencing and Responding to Color | Part Two: Color in Context, Culture and Traditions | Part Three: Markets and Trends | Index

PB 9781847889515 £19.99 HB 9781847889522 £55.00 Epub 9781847889539 £19.99 June, 2012 244x172mm 224pp READERSHIP: 2nd-year undergraduates and above studying design, fashion, cultural studies, anthropology and psychology TERRITORY: World Berg

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Meanings of Designed Spaces
Social, Cultural and Philosophical Essays about Spaces, People and the Designed World
Edited by Tiiu Poldma, University of Montreal, Canada
• Organized around three major themes: design as knowledge and as a foundation, changing paradigms and our stance both as a designer and as someone who impacts on the material world with the choices that they make and issues of ethics and social responsibility in both theory and practice • Readings for student participation in discussion and to perform exercises • Fundamental questions to be asked in this book include: What are the various contexts for meanings in interior design? What are meanings in different aspects of the interior design of spaces? • How do interiors influence our social, cultural and psychological ways of being? How can students and teachers examine various meanings through the topics offered in the book? • How can we examine issues and questions by debating and critically examining theory with the idea of understanding how this then becomes part of interior design processes and practices? Poldma and the contributors explore diverse types of spaces, what constitutes ‘designed space’ and what this means for technology, business, design thinking and doing, ethics, culture, sustainability and society. This book will encourage debate, conversation and discussion. For a list of contents visit: www.fairchildbooks.com.
PB 9781609011451 £40.00 June, 2012 235x187mm 432pp READERSHIP: Undergraduate and up, studying Design TERRITORY: World excluding Canada/USA Fairchild

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J A N U A RY 2 0 1 2

Drafting and Design
Basics for Interior Design
Travis Kelly Wilson, Western Kentucky University, USA
• Illustrated step-by-step instructions and learning exercises • Coverage of the use of drawings tools, including lead holders, parallel bar, T-square, drafting table, adjustable triangle and architectural scale and how and when to use them for different types of drawings • Techniques to manually draft accurate floor plans to scale with the proper line weights, paper and lettering • Chapters on electrical and lighting, schedules, kitchen and bath design and product designing, such as case goods, furniture, and small fixtures • Glossary, abbreviations key used in drawings, metric tables and highlighted punch lists as easy to find references for checking drawing elements Including step-by-step instructions and learning exercises, Drafting and Design covers basic information for drafting and applying drafting skills to the design process, and provides the skills needed in the workforce. For a list of contents visit: www.fairchildbooks.com
PB 9781563678370 £55.00 June, 2011 279x216mm 224pp READERSHIP: Undergraduate and up, studying design TERRITORY: World English excluding Canada/USA Fairchild

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Fashion Entrepreneurship
Retail Business Planning Second Edition
Michele M. Granger, Missouri State University, USA, and Tina Sterling, founder and CEO of T C Strategies, Inc.
• New chapter devoted exclusively to building a business using the web, from a bricks-and-mortar retail operation with an internet presence to a full e-commerce business • New industry examples of fashion retailers and case studies reflect coverage of global markets and internationalization and the most current retail climate • Profiles of global fashion entrepreneurs address real-world issues in business • Added discussion of the beauty industry, glossary of key terms and appendices, including Sample Business Plan for RealWomen, Inc., Resources for the Fashion Retail Entrepreneur, Planning to Exit the Business, and Valuing a Business • Business Plan Connection: revised end-of-chapter exercises encourage critical thinking and direct the reader to the appropriate sections of the business plan or financial plan template in the text and CD-ROM • Updated companion CD-ROM includes easy-to-use business plan and financial plan templates developed for direct application to the chapters in the text Fashion Entrepreneurship helps students develop a business concept, provides them with knowledge of basic business principles and guides them to write a retail business plan. For a list of contents visit: www.fairchildbooks.com.
PB 9781609011345 £50.00 January, 2012 279x216mm 448pp READERSHIP: Undergraduate and up, studying fashion TERRITORY: World English excluding Canada/USA Fairchild

Fashion Forward
A Guide to Fashion Forecasting
Chelsea Rousso, The Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale, USA
• A chapter overview and interview with a forecasting professional start each chapter • Activities and discussion topics encourage experimentation with conceptual ideas and refine skills to continue forecasting • End-of-chapter elements include summary and review, list of terms used in chapter, discussion ideas for group learning, in-class activities and assignment ideas for outside the classroom • Covers career options in the forecasting field • Includes examples of completed presentation board A practical and accessible approach to fashion forecasting, with a trendy magazine-like layout and an emphasis on computer presentation techniques. Fashion Forward guides students to assemble and present their own fashion forecast. For a list of contents visit: www.fairchildbooks.com.
PB 9781563679247 £50.00 January, 2012 279x216mm 288pp READERSHIP: Undergraduate and up, studying fashion TERRITORY: World English excluding Canada/USA Fairchild

J A N U A RY / F E B R U A RY 2 0 1 2

FASHION

Silent Selling
Best Practices and Effective Strategies in Visual Merchandising Fourth Edition
Judith Bell, Group Manager of Creative Merchandising Solutions for Target, and Kate Ternus, independent scholar
• Full-colour illustrations throughout the text showcase the best in today’s visual merchandising by retailers from around the globe • Case studies and statements by visual merchandising experts place content in a professional context • Creative capstone project inspires readers to apply concepts from each chapter to a hypothetical store design The fourth edition of Silent Selling teaches the best practices in visual merchandising as currently applied by professionals in the retail industry, providing readers with the knowledge and skills to create retail environments that sell. For a list of contents visit: www.fairchildbooks.com.
PB 9781609011536 £55.00 January, 2012 279x216mm 416pp READERSHIP: Undergraduate and up, studying fashion and retail TERRITORY: World English excluding Canada/USA Fairchild

The Rise of Fashion and Lessons Learned at Bergdorf Goodman
Ira Neimark, formerly at Columbia University Business School, USA
• Exciting memoir from the legendary leader of fashion luxury retail, Ira Neimark of Bergdorf Goodman • Cover Bergdorf Goodman's role in building the fashion industry in one of the most exciting periods of fashion history, the late sixties to early nineties • Uses insights from Neimark's career and personal knowledge to discuss current challenges for the inustry and possibilities for better business practice, providing invaluable insights to students and professionals The legendary leader of fashion luxury retail, Ira Neimark, relays how he and his fashion and merchandising team brought Bergdorf Goodman to its fashion leadership position, and also discusses how and why Bergdorf helped build the fashion industry during the late sixties through the early nineties, one of the most exciting periods in fashion history. For a list of contents visit: www.fairchildbooks.com.
HB 9781609013189 £20.00 January, 2012 229x152mm 322pp READERSHIP: Undergraduate and up, studying fashion TERRITORY: World English excluding Canada/USA Fairchild

Fashion and Art
Edited by Adam Geczy, Sydney College of the Arts, Australia, and Vicki Karaminas, University of Technology, Sydney, Australia
• Each concise chapter focuses on one key theme and is written by a high profile scholar in the subject, so will be of high interest to both academics and students • Broad historical coverage, from the eighteenth century to the present day • Authoritative and cutting-edge: brings this major debate up-to-date Bringing together original, cutting-edge contributions from leading international scholars across a range of disciplines, this book is essential reading for anyone interested in exploring the intersections and changing relationship between fashion and art, past and present. Contents summary
Introduction | Fashion | Art | Aesthetics | Modernity | Conceptual | Body | Beauty | Boundaries | Authenticity | Performance | Dressing Up | Clothing | Patronage | Painting | Image | Exhibition | Curatorial

PB 9781847887832 £19.99 HB 9781847887849 £55.00 Epub 9780857852144 £19.99 PDF 9780857852137 £55.00 February, 2012 Paperback 244x172mm 224pp READERSHIP: 3rd-year undergraduates and above studying fashion, art history and theory and visual culture TERRITORY: World Berg

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Identities Through Fashion
A Multidisciplinary Approach
Edited by Ana Marta González, University of Navarra, Spain, and Laura Bovone, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Italy
• Includes chapters written by academics in a wide range of fields, from philosophy and anthropology to psychology and psychiatry • Examines the many and varied functions of fashion in today’s society, and how fashion impacts on the self • A groundbreaking cross-disciplinary work, accessible to students of many different subjects A cross-disciplinary study of the role of fashion in contemporary society, and its relationship with individual identity and the self. Contents
Acknowledgements | About the Contributors | Preface | Introduction| Part One: Fashion and Identity | The Modern Western Fashion Pattern, its Functions and Relationship to Identity | Fashion, Image, Identity | Identity and Intersubjectivity | Part Two: Fashion as Communication | Fashion, Identity and Social Actors | The Proliferation of Fashion and the Decline of its Code of Meanings | How Successful is Communication via Clothing? Thoughts and Evidence on an Unexamined Paradigm | Adolescence: Identity, Fashion and Narcissism | Part Three: Fashion, Image and Health | Fashion, Lifestyle and Psychiatry | The Impact of the Term “Fashion” on Medical and Psychiatric Literature | Strong Fashion and Weak Identity: A Necessary Association? | Endnotes | Index

HB 9780857850577 £55.00 PB 9780857850584 £19.99 Epub 9780857851185 £19.99 PDF 9780857851192 £55.00 February, 2012 234x156mm 240pp READERSHIP: 2nd-year undergraduate and above, in fashion, sociology, anthropology, and cultural studies TERRITORY: World Berg

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Textiles
Critical and Primary Sources
Edited by Catherine Harper, University of Brighton, UK
• Introductory offer: £495 when ordered before 30 April 2012 (full price £550) • Each volume focuses on a different area of study, from history to sustainability to science, and includes a unique, specially written critical introduction by textile expert Catherine Harper • Offers an interdisciplinary reference source for scholars in a range of fields related to textiles, and to material culture more broadly The first multi-volume reference work to anthologize writing on textiles from the perspective of the humanities and social sciences. Volumes Volume One: History and Curation Volume Two: Production (including Sustainability) Volume Three: Science and Technology Volume Four: Identity For more details, including contents for each volume, visit: www.bergpublishers.com.
SET 9780857850355 £495.00 February, 2012 244x172mm 1,600pp READERSHIP: Scholars, students and curators of textiles, dress, design and material culture TERRITORY: World Berg

The Textile Reader
Edited by Jessica Hemmings, Edinburgh College of Art, UK
• Divided into six key themed sections to aid study, covering every dimension of textiles: touch, memory, structure, politics, production and use • Includes a wealth of diverse material, drawn from the nineteenth century to the present day, including authors' statements, blogs and short stories, as well as critical writings • Essential reading for students of textiles at all levels, plus each section includes a guide to further reading, supporting study beyond the text The Textile Reader is the first anthology to address textiles as a distinctive area of cultural practice and a developing field of scholarly research. It introduces students to the theoretical frameworks essential to the exploration of the textile from both a critical and a creative perspective. Short Contents
Introduction | Touch | Memory | Structure | Politics | Production | Use

PB 9781847886347 £24.99 HB 9781847886354 £70.00 March, 2012 244x189mm 512pp READERSHIP: 1st-year undergraduate and above studying textile design, textile art TERRITORY: World Berg

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J A N U A RY 2 0 1 2

MERCHANDISING

Visual Merchandising and Display
Sixth Edition
Martin M. Pegler
Martin M. Pegler has been in the field of visual merchandising and store design for over fifty years. • Updated chapters on lighting, fixtures and point-of-purchase displays reflect the latest technology • More than 300 full-colour photos and drawings of store display windows and interiors, exhibits, fixtures, floor plans and more • Comprehensive glossary of key terms used throughout the book The new edition of this bestselling text is for anyone in merchandising, from store planners and manufacturers to visual merchandisers. Also includes a new section on sustainability. For a list of contents visit: www.fairchildbooks.com.
PB 9781609010843 £60.00 January, 2012 279x216mm 448pp READERSHIP: Undergraduate and up, studying fashion and retail TERRITORY: World English excluding Canada/USA Fairchild

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A Practical Approach to Merchandising Mathematics
Revised First Edition
Linda M. Cushman, Syracuse University, USA
• Concepts introduced in each chapter are followed by an updated practice section entitled ‘Practicing What You Have Learned’, with revised answers to these problems located at the back of the text • The companion CD-ROM includes a set of pre-programmed Excel worksheets to be used with walk through Tutorials, and Review Problems from the text • Practical application sections reinforce the concepts covered in the text and provide mini case studies requiring the application of multiple concepts in a real-world situation • Basic maths concepts that are used daily in nearly every decision a buyer makes are comprehensively reviewed Key Terms are highlighted and defined in the text and included in a glossary at the back of the book This peer-reviewed new edition is dedicated to helping students master the mathematical concepts, techniques and analysis utilized in the merchandise buying and planning process. For a list of contents visit: www.fairchildbooks.com.
PB 9781609013004 £55.00 June, 2011 279x216mm 320pp READERSHIP: Undergraduate and up, studying fashion and retail TERRITORY: World English excluding Canada/USA Fairchild

J A N U A RY 2 0 1 2

EDUCATION

Innovation in Education
A Million Tiny Revolutions
Charles Leadbeater, Advisor to the Department for Education's Innovation Unit, UK
• Offers new approaches to scaling up excellent innovations in the field of education • Well illustrated • High profile author Innovation is a risky and difficult activity, fraught with false starts and failures, as ideas get turned into programmes, products and services. The task of taking promising ideas to a large scale is even more daunting than turning that idea into a prototype. Education is littered with promising but smallscale innovations that remain trapped on the locations where they were first developed. That is why these high impact social innovators matter so much. They can help us understand how to spread change even in apparently hostile conditions, with few resources, and sometimes in the face of opposition from entrenched interests. This book is about why these revolutions matter, what makes them possible and how we can make many more happen, in their tens of millions to give more young people the chance to learn and to change their lives for the better.
PB 9781780931623 £24.99 PDF 9781780931630 £24.99 EPUB 9781780931616 £24.99 January, 2012 265 x 235mm 144pp READERSHIP: Educators and researchers in education across all subjects TERRITORY: World excluding Middle East and N. Africa Bloomsbury Academic

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Alexander of Aphrodisias: On the Soul .............................................. 26 Alexander, Jeffrey C. .................................................................. 13 Almagor, Eran .......................................................................... 24 Al-Malki, Amal .......................................................................... 10 Ancient Egyptian Technology and Innovation ...................................... 21 Ancient Ethnography .................................................................. 24 Arab Women in Arab News ........................................................... 10 Archaeologies of Conflict ............................................................. 21 Atkinson, Michael ...................................................................... 26 Avilés, Miguel ........................................................................... 8 Bakker, Mary Lou ....................................................................... 29 Baltussen, Han ......................................................................... 26 Balzaretti, Ross ........................................................................ 23 Barack Obama's Post-American Foreign Policy .................................... 12 Barry, Peter ............................................................................. Beccalossi, Chiara ..................................................................... 9 3

Dark Age Liguria ....................................................................... Davis, J. C. .............................................................................

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Dawson, Andrew ....................................................................... 11 DeLong, Marilyn ........................................................................ 31 Design and Designing .................................................................. 29 Designing for Cradle-to-Cradle Home .............................................. 30 Dictionary of Media and Communication Studies ................................. 10 Digital Design ........................................................................... 31 Dixon Hunt, John ...................................................................... Dörner, Wolfgang ...................................................................... 7 12 Doing Research in Design ............................................................. 30 Drafting & Design ...................................................................... 32 Dreher, Kira ............................................................................. 10 du Plessis, Paul ......................................................................... 24 Early European Castles ............................................................... English in Practice ..................................................................... Evangelisti, Silvia ...................................................................... Evans, Ruth ............................................................................. 20 9 2 4

Bell, Judith .............................................................................. 33 Bioscience and the Good Life ........................................................ 26 Boucher, Gerard ........................................................................ 15 Boudicca ................................................................................ Bouquet, Mary .......................................................................... 22 19

Evans, Chris ............................................................................. 29 Expurgating the Classics .............................................................. 23 Fajans, Jane ............................................................................ 18 Fallan, Kjetil ........................................................................... Fame Attack ............................................................................ Fashion and Art ........................................................................ 28 9 33

Bovone, Laura .......................................................................... 34 Brassington, Iain ........................................................................ 26 Brazilian Food .......................................................................... 18 Bruton, Dean ........................................................................... 31 Busse, Mark ............................................................................. 19 Bynum, William ........................................................................ 6 Canel, Maria Jose ...................................................................... 11 Cappato, Marco ........................................................................ 16 Carman, John .......................................................................... Cavallo, Sandra ....................................................................... 21 2 Caston, Victor .......................................................................... 26 Civil Society, Conflict and Violence ................................................. 12 Claflin, Kyri W. ......................................................................... 18 Coggon, John ........................................................................... 16 Color and Design ....................................................................... 31 Comedian as Critic, The .............................................................. 21 Coolidge Rousmaniere, Nicole ........................................................ 20 Creighton, Oliver ...................................................................... 20 Critical Practice ........................................................................ 9 Crouch, Christopher ................................................................... 30 Crozier, Ivan ............................................................................. 3, 6 Cultural History of Childhood and Family in Antiquity, A ........................ Cultural History of Childhood and Family in the Age of Empire, A ............. Cultural History of Childhood and Family in the Age of Enlightenment, A .... Cultural History of Childhood and Family in the Early Modern Age, A ......... Cultural History of Childhood and Family in the Middle Ages, A ................ Cultural History of Childhood and Family in the Modern Age, A ................ Cultural History of Gardens, A ....................................................... Cultural History of Sexuality in the Age of Empire, A ............................ Cultural History of Sexuality in the Classical World, A ........................... Cultural History of Sexuality in the Enlightenment, A ........................... Cultural History of Sexuality in the Middle Ages, A ............................... Cultural History of Sexuality in the Modern Age, A ............................... Cultural History of Sexuality in the Renaissance, A ............................... Cultural History of the Human Body in Antiquity, A .............................. Cultural History of the Human Body in the Age of Empire, A ................... Cultural History of the Human Body in the Enlightenment, A .................. Cultural History of the Human Body in the Medieval Age, A .................... Cultural History of the Human Body in the Modern Age, A ...................... Cultural History of the Human Body in the Renaissance, A ...................... Cultural History of Women, A ........................................................ 1 1 1 2 2 2 7 3 3 3 4 4 4 5 5 5 6 6 6 7

Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac and the Global Meltdown .............................. 13 Fashion Entrepreneurship ............................................................ 32 Fashion Forward ....................................................................... 32 Fevre, Ralph ............................................................................ 16 Fischer, Andreas ........................................................................ 25 Food Media ............................................................................. Foyster, Elizabeth ...................................................................... Garrison, Daniel ........................................................................ 17 1 5

Garner, Steve ........................................................................... 29 Geczy, Adam ............................................................................ 33 Giordano, Simona ...................................................................... 16 Global Boxing ........................................................................... 17 Globalizing Cricket .................................................................... 17 Golden, Mark .......................................................................... 3 Goldin, Owen ........................................................................... 27 González, Ana Marta .................................................................. 34 Government Communication ........................................................ Granger,Michele M. .................................................................. Greek Sculpture ....................................................................... Hammersley, Martyn .................................................................. Harlow, Mary ........................................................................... Harper, Catherine ..................................................................... Harrison, Stephen ..................................................................... Haskell, Yasmin ........................................................................ Hawes, Joseph M. ..................................................................... Hekma, Gert ........................................................................... Hemmings, Jessica .................................................................... Hess, Andreas .......................................................................... Heywood, Colin ........................................................................ Hill, Anne ............................................................................... Hiner, N. Ray ........................................................................... Hodges, Richard ....................................................................... 11 32 22 14 1 34 23 24 2 4 34 15 1 10 2 20

Heppell, Timothy ...................................................................... 13

Holmes, Sean ........................................................................... 11 Houghton, Luke ........................................................................ 25 Huby,Pamela ............................................................................ 27 Identities Through Fashion ........................................................... 34 Inclusive Design ........................................................................ 29 Innovation in Education ............................................................... 35 Interior Plan, The ...................................................................... 28

Cushman, Linda M. .................................................................... 35 Dark Age Economics ................................................................... 20

INDEX

Interview, The .......................................................................... 19 Ishizaki, Suguru ........................................................................ 10 Johnson, Marguerite .................................................................. 22 Jones, Trevor ........................................................................... 16 Kalof, Linda ............................................................................ 6, 7 Karaminas, Vicki ....................................................................... 33 Kaufer, David ........................................................................... 10 Koch,Shelley L. ......................................................................... 18 Kovacs, George ......................................................................... 23 Laurence, Ray .......................................................................... Lefkowitz, Mary R. .................................................................... Leslie, Michael ......................................................................... 1 22 7 Leadbeater, Charles ................................................................... 35

Rousso, Chelsea ........................................................................ 32 Royle, Edward .......................................................................... Sappol, Michael ....................................................................... 8 5 Sanders, Karen ......................................................................... 11 Scalise,Christina ....................................................................... 30 Scandinavian Design ................................................................... 28 Scholliers, Peter ....................................................................... 18 Scientific Freedom ..................................................................... 16 Share, Michael .......................................................................... 26 Shaw, Ian ................................................................................ 21 Silent Selling ........................................................................... Simplicius: On Aristotle Physics 1.5-9 .............................................. 33 26

Singh,Robert ............................................................................ 12 Skinner, Jonathan ...................................................................... 19 Skinner, Joseph ........................................................................ 24 Space Planning for Commercial Interiors .......................................... 29 Spalek, Basia ........................................................................... 16 State and Society ...................................................................... 7 Steel, Carlos ............................................................................ 25 Sterling, Tina .......................................................................... 32 Strang, Veronica ....................................................................... 19 Stray, Christopher ..................................................................... 23 Studying Roman Law .................................................................. 24 Sustainable Design for Interior Environments ..................................... 28 Talvacchia, Bette ...................................................................... Taylor, Stephanie ...................................................................... 4 14

Lewis, Duncan .......................................................................... 16 List, Regina ............................................................................. 12 Lives of the Greek Poets, The ....................................................... 22 Malcolm, Dominic ...................................................................... 17 Manuwald, Gesine ..................................................................... 25 Marshall, C.W. .......................................................................... 23 Marshall,Peter .......................................................................... Marten, James ......................................................................... 8 1 Marshall-Baker, Anna .................................................................. 30 Martijn, Marije ......................................................................... 27 Martinson, Barbara .................................................................... 31 McDonald,Oonagh ..................................................................... McQuillan, Martin ..................................................................... 13 9

Meanings of Designed Spaces ........................................................ 31 Meritocracy and the University ...................................................... 15 Modern Britain ......................................................................... Museums ................................................................................ Muskett, Gina .......................................................................... Natale, Christopher ................................................................... 8 19 22 27 Mueller, Ian ............................................................................. 26

Ternus, Kate ............................................................................ 33 Terror Crime Prevention with Communities ....................................... 16 Textile Reader, The .................................................................... 34 Textiles .................................................................................. 34 Theory of Grocery Shopping, A ...................................................... 18 Thomas, Paul ........................................................................... 15 Toohey, Peter ........................................................................... 3 Tories, The .............................................................................. 13 Trouble at Work ........................................................................ 16 Tucker, Lisa M. ......................................................................... Utopian Moments ...................................................................... Vessels of Influence: China and Porcelain in Medieval and Early Modern Japan 30 8 20

Neimark, Ira ............................................................................ 33 Neo-Latin Poetry in the British Isles ................................................ 25 No Laughing Matter, Studies in Old and Middle Comedy ......................... 23 Nussbaumer, Linda L. ................................................................. 29 Opsomer, Jan ........................................................................... 25 Ownership and Appropriation ........................................................ 19 Peakman, Julie ......................................................................... Pearce, Jane ........................................................................... 3 30

Visual Merchandising and Display ................................................... 35 Waking from the American Dream .................................................. 15 Watson, James ......................................................................... 10 Western Perpectives on the Mediterranean ....................................... 25 What are Qualitative Research Ethics? ............................................. 14 What is Discourse Analysis? ........................................................... 14 What is Qualitative Research? ....................................................... 14 Wiles, Rose ............................................................................. 14 Wilkinson, Louise J. ................................................................... Wilson,Travis Kelly ................................................................... 2 32

Pegler, Martin M. ....................................................................... 35 Performative Revolution in Egypt ................................................... 13 Perspective for Drawing Interiors ................................................... 27 Philoponus: On Aristotle Physics 4.6-9 .............................................. 27 Philoponus: On Aristotle Posterior Analytics 1.19-34 ............................. 27 Poldma, Tiiu ............................................................................ 31 Practical Approach to Merchandising Mathematics, A ........................... 35 Prescribing Ovid: The Latin Works and Networks of the Enlightened Doctor Heerkens ................................................................................ 24 Presentation Strategies and Dialogue .............................................. Pugh, Martin ............................................................................ Reeves, Carole ......................................................................... Reformation England 1480-1642 ..................................................... 30 7 5 8 Proclus: Ten Questions on Providence .............................................. 25 Radford, Anthony ...................................................................... 31

Winchip, Susan M. ..................................................................... 28 Winston, Brian ......................................................................... 10 Wood, Ian ............................................................................... 25 Woodward, Kath ....................................................................... 17 Working in the Global Film Industries .............................................. 11 Wright, Matthew ....................................................................... 21 Writing Food History .................................................................. 18 Zimdars, Anna .......................................................................... 15

Rengel, Roberto J. ..................................................................... 28 Responding to the Threat of Violent Extremism .................................. 15 Rice, Stephen P. ........................................................................ 5 Right to Offend, A ..................................................................... 10 Rise of Fashion and Lessons Learned at Bergdorf Goodman, The .............. 33 Robinson, Amanda ..................................................................... 16 Rojek, Chris ............................................................................. 9 Rousseau, Signe ........................................................................ 17

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