What specialized knowledge is needed to teach English as a second language? How can English for Specific Purposes (ESP) instructors... Læs mere
Living in a networked world means never really getting to decide in any thoroughgoing way who or what enters your "space" (your... Læs mere
A full-scale examination of the amazing range of works resulting from the creative collaboration of George and Ira Gershwin.
A collection of essays on Florentine history by a seasoned and innovative Renaissance scholar
A prominent scholar surveys the special place of Melanesia in our understanding of human cultural variation
Examines how issues of ideal womanhood shaped the Anglophone Cameroonian nationalist movement in the first decade of independence in Cameroon. The book defines and uses the concept of embodied nationalism to illustrate the political importance of women's everyday behaviour.
A field guide to the flowering plants and trees found in Michigan, neighboring Great Lakes States, and southern Ontario. It includes information... Læs mere
Drawing on literatures on state formation and social theory, and through a series of case studies, Neumann and Sending demonstrate that the growing importance of NGOs and international organizations tends to increase the power of states, because states ar
Describes seventy-five of the most common plants found on the US and Canadian shores of the Great Lakes. This book is illustrated with photographs and line drawings, and includes distribution maps. It is of interest for naturalists, botanists, and travelers alike.
The Hopwood Creative Writing Awards were established in 1931 from a bequest of the will of Avery Hopwood, a University of Michigan graduate. The Hopwood... Læs mere
Opens new territory in the study of Motown's legacy, arguing that the music of Motown was indelibly shaped by the ideals of Detroit's postwar... Læs mere
Exploring ways in which our relationships with forests have been shaped, the author uses Michigan-its history of... Læs mere
Examines the global causes and consequences of international conflict. Comparing international crises to earthquakes, this book proposes a scale analogous to the Richter scale to measure the severity and scope of a crisis' impact on the landscape of international politics.