• Veronica Appleton
    November 17, 2016

    In a world where diversity is the center of our conversations, our actions and uniqueness, "Journey to Appleville" offers a refreshing tale of multiculturalism. Filled with a mission to entertain families and children everywhere, Appleville is a place of opportunity; where every child can be who they want to be, learn what they want to learn and earn a golden apple for their determination.

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  • Craig Klugman
    October 20, 2016

    "Philosophy: Medical Ethics" embraces a multidisciplinary approach in presenting a multifaceted introduction to medical ethics. Drawing on art, literature, film and other humanities, this volume brings to life the major bioethical issues of our day.

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  • Kathleen Rooney
    September 22, 2016

    Available for the first time in an English translation, this selection of René Magritte’s writings gives non-Francophone readers the chance to encounter the many incarnations of the renowned Belgian painter - the artist, the man, the aspiring noirist, the fire-breathing theorist - in his own words.

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  • Donald Opitz
    June 23, 2016

    The history of the modern sciences has long overlooked the significance of domesticity as a physical, social and symbolic force in the shaping of knowledge production. This book provides a welcome reorientation to our understanding by emphasizing the centrality of domesticity in diverse scientific enterprises.

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  • Joe Mello
    May 26, 2016

    "The Courts, the Ballot Box, and Gay Rights: How our Governing Institutions Shape the Same-Sex Marriage Debate" examines the debate over same-sex marriage from the perspective of its conservative opponents and raises important questions about the democratic implications of rights-claiming in multiple venues.

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