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- Bulldozer revolutions : a rural history of the metropolitan south
- A long way from No Go
- The blind spot : an essay on the novel
- Gorenstein homological algebra
- ORIGINS OF COCAINE : colonization and failed development in the amazon.
- The politics of lists : bureaucracy and genocide under the Khmer Rouge
- Emily Brontë : a life in 20 poems
- Time, emergences and communications
- Democratization and the mischief of faction
- Hercules ; Trojan women ; Phoenician women ; Medea ; Phaedra
- The future of business and human rights : theoretical and practical considerations for a UN treaty
- The government-citizen disconnect
- I've been meaning to tell you : a letter to my daughter
- Performing Shakespeare unrehearsed : a practical guide to acting and producing spontaneous Shakespeare
- Indigenous and decolonizing studies in education : mapping the long view
- The narcissism epidemic : living in the age of entitlement
- Rethinking society for the 21st century : report of the International Panel on Social Progress.
- LINDSTROM'S PROGRESS.
- Re-searching transitions in Indian history
- Making Machu Picchu : the politics of tourism in twentieth-century Peru
- Machiavelli and the orders of violence
- Modern analysis of automorphic forms by example
- US foreign policy in the Middle East : from American missionaries to the Islamic State
- The law of good people : challenging states' ability to regulate human behavior
- The monumental challenge of preservation : the past in a volatile world
- The billionaire raj : a journey through India's new gilded age
- NATURE AND CHALLENGES OF INDIGENOUS PSYCHOLOGIES.
- Jurisdictional immunities of states and international organizations
- Funeral culture : AIDS, work, and cultural change in an African kingdom