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STT 04 Holy, Holier, Holiest: The Sacred Topography of the Early Medieval Irish Church, Jenkins: The Sacred Topography of the Early Medieval Irish Church
This book explores the morphology of early medieval Irish religious settlement. It seeks to shift the focus of academic interest away from simply the materiality of settlement towards a greater concern for its possible theological...
David L. Jordan: From the Mississippi Cotton Fields to the State Senate, a Memoir
The inspiring autobiography of a cotton field worker who became a major force for change in Mississippi
What I Love About Movies
During the first eight years of its existence, Little White Lies magazine has published countless interviews with some of the biggest names in the movies. These interviews have been rounded off by posing a single, searching...
Norman Foster: Works 6
The sixth volume in a monumental survey of the works of Norman Foster focuses on the years 1996-2009-and projects towards an exciting future of continued architectural excellence.
No Ordinary Place: The Art of David Malangi
Catalogue celebrating the work of one of the most renowned bark painters of Arnhem Land.
The Long Decade: How 9/11 Changed the Law
The terrorist attacks of 9/11 precipitated significant legal changes over the ensuing ten years, a long decade that saw both domestic and international legal systems evolve in reaction to the seemingly permanent threat of...
Batman the Dark Knight
The Dark Knight continues his crusade as defender of Gotham City, taking on his greatest foes during a breakout at Arkham Asylum. But when his enemies gain powers and abilities far beyond their normal capacities, the Caped...
Shipowners of Cardiff: A Class by Themselves
From 1875 to the present day, the Cardiff and Bristol Channel Incorporated Shipowners' Association has been the representative body for shipowners in Cardiff and other Bristol Channel ports. This study looks at some of the most...
Shipping at Cardiff: Photographs from the Hansen Collection
Museum is the Hansen collection, consisting of over 4500 negatives of shipping taken between 1920 and 1975 at Cardiff Docks. This album is intended as a tribute to the photographers, Lars Peter Hansen and his son Leslie.
Batman the Dark Knight 1: Knight Terrors
Originally published in single magazine form in Batman: The Dark Knight 1-9.
John Piper: The Forties
Re-examines the work of John Piper who, as well as being a prominent painter, printmaker and photographer, was an active figure in many cultural spheres during the 1940s when the foundations of his reputation were laid. This title...
Fly Traps! Plants That Bite Back
Encourages children to learn about the world as they learn to read. This title supports KS1-2 Science and Literacy. It offers non-fiction for developing readers. It includes texts and illustrations which support children learning...
Years of Russia, the USSR and the Collapse of Soviet Communism
A revised and updated edition of this popular A level History text to meet the requirements of the 2008 History A level specifications.
Piecebook Reloaded: Rare Graffiti Drawings, 1985-2005
Continuing the story which began with the groundbreaking 'Piecebook: The Secret Drawings of Graffiti Writers', Sacha Jenkins and David Villorente bring us never-before-published blackbook drawings from the years 1985 to 2005.
World Piecebook: Global Graffiti Drawings
Graffiti goes global in this third volume of never-before-published blackbook drawings from writers around the world.
Manual on the Causes and Control of Activated Sludge Bulking, Foaming, and Other Solids Separation Problems
Using the science needed to understand and combat various types of activated sludge solids separation problems, this text provides various aspects of bulking and foaming control. It includes information on filamentous organism...
The Calling of a Cuckoo
The tenancy of David Jenkins to the See of Durham was one of the most controversial in its history. Here, he explains the man behind the controversy: how he came to his beliefs, and how that continuing faith in God carried him...
From Ship’s Cook to Baronet: Sir William Reardon Smith’s Life in Shipping, 1856-1935
Sir William Reardon Smith (1856-1935) was one of the foremost figures in south Wales in the early twentieth century. His was a classic story of 'rags to riches' - starting life as a deck-hand and ship's cook, he made a fortune in...
The Cambridge History of Western Textiles 2 Volume Boxed Set
An authoritative study on the production and uses of textiles in Europe since ancient times.
Free University of Berlin: the Philological Library
This building monograph details the newest addition to one of Berlin's most important institutions, conceived and built by leading architect Norman Foster.
Common Mental Disorders in Primary Care: Essays in Honour of Professor David Goldberg
Brings together distinguished clinicians and researchers from a range of professions to provide an authoritative and updated review of diagnosis, treatment and management of common mental disorders in primary care.
Democracy and New Media
Essays on the promise and dangers of the Internet for democracy.
Gwen John and Augustus John
Augustus John (1878-1961) was a hugely charismatic and colourful figure, his technical skill as a draughtsman matched by his bohemian manners and dashing appearance. In the pre-war years he epitomised the rebellious artist,...
Democracy and New Media
This collection of essays capture the richness of discourse about democracy and cyberspace. Some contributors offer front-line perspectives on the impact of emerging technologies on politics, journalism, and civic experience.
Batman the Dark Knight
Delving into the more supernatural and esoteric areas of Gotham City, the six-part storyline explores the horrific murder of one of Bruce Wayne's childhood friends . . . and the terrible ramifications the brutal crime has on...
Piecebook: The Secret Drawings of Graffiti Writers
This text chronicles the evolution of graffiti via images that had not been intended for everyday people to see, focusing on the works of New York City writers active from 1970s until the mid-1980s.
Equipping the Saints: Best Practices in Contextual Theological Education
Proceedings of a conference held in Sept. 2007 at Candler School of Theology, Emory University.
Hollinshead’s Functional Anatomy of the Limbs and Back
Helps readers learn about the anatomy of the limbs and back. This book includes quick-reference tables and illustrations.
The War of 1812 and the Rise of the U.S. Navy
Lets you discover the epic naval story of the war that threatened to undo our nation in 1812. Featuring a diverse cast of characters - from sailors, spies, and ship's surgeons to commodores, Navy wives, and privateers men - this...
The Green Goliath has returned to Earth on a collision course. So what does that mean for the ordinary people caught in the crossfire? This title collects World War Hulk Prologue: World Breaker and World War Hulk: Front Line ...
Rethinking Media Change: The Aesthetics of Transition
Essays on media change past and present, with examples ranging from religious pamphleteers of the seventeenth century to the World Wide Web.
A Shepherd’s Watch: Through the Seasons with One Man and His Dogs
'One Man and His Dog' meets James Herriot meets the Dog Listener
A compendium, in which, readers can see how the Witchblade chose Sara and threw her into the chaotic world of the supernatural and also get the first appearances of Sara Pezzini, Ian Nottingham, Kenneth Irons and Jackie Estacado.
Rethinking Media Change: The Aesthetics of Transition
This collection of essays centre on a variety of media forms at moments of disruption and cultural transformation. The editors' introduction sketches an aesthetics of media transition - patterns of development and social...
Simmering Away: Songs from the Kanginshu
A book brimming with delicious songs of passion and wisdom.
New York City Police Detective Sara Pezzini is the bearer of the Witchblade, a mysterious artifact that takes the form of a deadly and powerful gauntlet. Now Sara must try control the Witchblade and learn its secrets, even as she...
The Prints of John Piper: Quality and Experiment: A Catalogue Raisonne 1923-91
This is an expanded and revised edition of Orde Levinson's definitive catalogue raisonne of the prints of John Piper: an essential reference book for collectors, curators, prints specialists and art historians, and an invaluable...
The Rough Guide to Brazil
A guide that offers accounts of some of the best attractions Brazil has to offer, along with maps and plans. It details the famous Rio carnival, the world's biggest rainforest - the Amazon and fantastic wildlife and beaches.
Social Inequalities and the Distribution of the Common Mental Disorders
Social inequalities are established features of the distribution of physical disease, but the nature of the links between social position and mental illness is less clear. This can be problematic, as mental disorders are major...
Wind Energy Handbook
Named as one of Choice's Outstanding Academic Titles of 2012 Every year, Choice subject editors recognise the most significant print and electronic works reviewed in Choice during the previous calendar year.
Infection and Haematology
Describes the interaction between haematology and microbial disease. Recent developments in this area are discussed, and an up-to-date review of the more established infection problems such as the effects of malaria and the...
Hojoki: Visions of a Torn World
Written by a recluse Buddhist priest in the early 13th century, this work is a social chronicle prompted by a series of calamities that overtook the old capital of Kyoto. By secluding himself, he believed he would be spared...
William Orpen: Politics, Sex and Death
Through his prestigious portrait commissions, membership of the Royal Academy and his knighthood, Orpen became part of the British establishment, but always asserted his sense of Irish identity. His experiences as an official war...
The Reichstag Graffiti
In the Reichstag, the walls speak. They are covered with Russian graffiti, written by victorious Soviet soldiers in 1945. It was rediscovered by Norman Foster and his team when they began work on the building in 1995, and this...
The Song in the Dream of the Hermit: Selections from Kanginshu
Collected in the early sixteenth century, these ancient songs speak through the centuries with truth, passion, and vision of the human condition. [Former Brooken Moon Press title transferred to White Pine Press.]