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- Lost profiles : memoirs of cubism, dada, and surrealism
- Victimology : a text/reader
- Centralisation, devolution and the future of local government in England
- Raising children : surprising insights from other cultures
- Getting through : the pleasures and perils of cross-cultural communication
- Medieval Armenian architecture : constructions of race and nation
- Beyond Whitehead : recent advances in process thought
- Macroeconomic essentials : understanding economics in the news
- Broken bones, broken bodies : bioarchaeological and forensic approaches for accumulative trauma and violence
- Gender and rock
- Haunting hands : mobile media practices and loss
- Krazy : George Herriman : a life in black and white
- Solitary : the inside story of supermax isolation and how we can abolish it
- LGBTQ young adult fiction : a critical survey, 1970s-2010s
- Scientific programming and computer architecture
- The Oxford handbook of early modern English literature and religion
- Walāyah in the Fāṭimid Ismāʻīlī tradition
- Microhistories of the Holocaust
- Digital DNA : disruption and the challenges for global governance
- Credo credit crisis : speculations on faith and money
- Drone nation : the political economy of America's new way of war
- Full-rip 9.0 : the next big earthquake in the Pacific Northwest
- Dismantling diversity management : introducing an ethical performance improvement campaign
- The legal epic : Paradise Lost and the early modern law
- Parliamentary diplomacy in European and global governance
- Campbell essential biology
- FORENSIC COMMUNICATION IN THEORY AND PRACTICE : a study of discourse analysis.
- Interpassivity : the aethetics of delegated enjoyment
- Women empowerment and development : readings from Asia
- The enchanted world of German romantic prints, 1770-1850