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New Releases from McGraw-Hill SOCIAL PROBLEMS (Second Edition). John J. Macionis. Pearson-Prentice Hall. This highly readable text designed for undergraduate students openly advocates a social-constructionist approach to the study of … Continue reading

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GO-BETWEENS FOR HITLER. Karina Urbach. Oxford. In this incisive book by Karina Urbach (Longterm Visitor at the Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton), we are introduced to an array of aristocrats … Continue reading

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New Releases from Thomson-Delmar From the Editor: The Electric Review recommends that instructors in the following disciplines investigate these titles as possible frontline teaching texts, notable for their clarity, presentation and accessibility … Continue reading

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ISLAM AND THE RELIGIOUS ARTS. Patricia L. Baker. Continuum. The Middle East is probably the most misunderstood region in the world. And the recent events that have transpired (9-11; the … Continue reading

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New Releases from McGraw-Hill DUBLINERS. Edited by Andrew Thacker. Palgrave. Hugh Kenner, perhaps the definitive Joycean scholar, recounts in his Dublin’s Joyce that one of the great novelist’s pupils recalls him dreamily … Continue reading

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New Releases from McGraw-Hill THE BEDFORD GUIDE FOR COLLEGE WRITERS. Reader/Research Manual/Handbook. Eighth Edition. X.J. Kennedy. Dorothy M. Kennedy. Marcia F, Muth. Bedford’s/St. Martin’s. This text marks an obvious extension … Continue reading

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John Wiley At The Reference Table: Celebrating 200 Years of Excellence As we have written many times, Wiley’s catalog shines among the stars of the academic publishing world. In light of this, … Continue reading

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New Releases from Cengage New Releases from McGraw-Hill THE BOOK OF ALTERNATIVE PHOTOGRAPHIC PROCESSES. Third Edition. Christopher Jones. Cengage. Christopher James is a renowned photographer whose work is known for … Continue reading

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New Releases from Elsevier New Releases from McGraw-Hill New Releases from Wiley New Titles In Oncology From Elsevier THE MOLECULAR BASIS OF CANCER.  4th Edition. John Mendelsohn. Peter Howley. Mark … Continue reading

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