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- Keynes and the general theory revisited
- Big data and analytics applications in government : current practices and future opportunities
- Women wanderers and the writing of mobility, 1784-1814
- Al-Qaida in Afghanistan
- New horizons in Qur'anic linguistics : a syntactic, semantic and stylistic analysis
- The public policy primer : managing the policy process
- Analytical groundwater mechanics
- The Cambridge companion to the graphic novel
- Understanding GIS : an ArcGIS Pro project workbook
- Getting through : the pleasures and perils of cross-cultural communication
- The darkening web : the war for cyberspace
- Nevada's great recession : looking back, moving forward
- Infinity : a very short introduction
- The forgotten front : patron-client relationships in counterinsurgency
- City unsilenced : urban resistance and public space in the age of shrinking democracy
- Indian killer
- Stan Brakhage : interviews
- Première leçon de philologie : prima lezione di filologia
- Social agency and practical reasons : a practice account
- Next door to the butcher shop : poems
- Surrealism and the Gothic : castles of the interior
- Managing and sharing research data : a guide to good practice
- Routledge handbook of modern Japanese literature
- Listening to young children : a guide to understanding and using the mosaic approach
- The phonetics and phonology of geminate consonants
- Ordinary Jews : choice and survival during the Holocaust
- Making the most of the anthropocene : facing the future
- The Routledge handbook of metaethics.
- Krazy : George Herriman : a life in black and white
- Ambivalent engagement : the United States and regional security in Southeast Asia after the Cold War