Coverage includes understanding the intended audience, and academic genres; the use of task-based methodology, analytic... Læs mere
While literature and the arts are rarely considered primary sources for knowledge about human motivation and behaviour, people... Læs mere
The tale of Charles Marden, an apple grower and judge who sets off from his Vancouver Island home on an impulsive journey to Belgium, where his son has died... Læs mere
Collected essays on the persistence of preoccupation and the absence of theory
Bhatia argues that Indian theatre was a central force in the struggle against oppressive... Læs mere
Robert E. Lane illustrates his research by presenting a dialogue between two protagonists - two social scientists who regularly meet for lunch in a diner just off-campus.
A closer look at three American writers sheds new light on the evolution of socialist thought in the U.S.
Offers thorough coverage on all the important subjects and issues confronting the world of herpetology today. This volume serves as a handy reference tool for the many people who live in the Great Lakes wilderness areas and for tourists venturing into the wild for the first time.
Offers a powerful model that uses literature to help fathom the nature of remembrance.
Alexander Jackson Davis and his role in the University of Michigan's early architectural development
The latest offering in the Poets on Poetry series from the acclaimed poet, critic, and current chairman of the National Endowment for the Arts
How can scholarship in international relations reach policy makers?
Brings a new and exciting analytical lens to modernist literature, that of critical disability studies. The... Læs mere
Shows the potential for a reintegrated, critical, and politically relevant biocultural anthropology