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Sorbonne Confidential

Laurel Zuckerman

Summertime Publications Inc

After losing her high tech job in Paris, Alice Wunderland dreams of a new, unemployment-proof career as English teacher and decid etc...

L’embryon et son âme dans les sources grecques (VIe s. av. J.-C.-Ve s. apr. J.-C.)

Marie-Hélène CONGOURDEAU 

Summertime Publications Inc

Comment l’âme vient-elle à l’embryon? Quel rapport le corps entretient-il avec son âme? Cet ouvrage explore les th etc...

Environmental and Social Justice in the City

Geneviève Massard-Guilbaud and Richard Rodger (eds)

The White Horse Press

The world is full of environmental injustices and inequalities, yet few European historians have tackled these subjects head on; etc...

The Saint Who Would Be Santa Claus

Adam C. English

Baylor University Press

With his rosy cheeks and matching red suit—and ever-present elf and reindeer companions—Santa Claus may be the most identifiable etc...

Girl Trouble

Carol Dyhouse

Zed Books Ltd

Girls behave badly. If they're not obscenity-shouting, pint-swigging ladettes, they're narcissistic, living dolls floatin etc...

Once Upon a Time in the Sixties

Maddick, Peter

Bookline & Thinker

If you remember the Sixties, then you weren't there'. Well Peter Maddick was there and he remembers most of it - the King etc...

Small Town

Granville Hicks, Introduction by Warren F. Broderick, Foreword by Ron Powers

Fordham University Press

Granville Hicks was one of America's most influential literary and social critics. Along with Malcolm Cowley, F. O. Matthiess etc...

Freedom's First Generation

Robert F. Engs

Fordham University Press

In this age of affirmative action and increasing complexity in black-white relations, this pioneering study of Hampton, Virginia, etc...

A Coat of Many Colors

Edited by Daniel Soyer, Preface by Ruth Abram

Fordham University Press

For more than a century and a half - from the middle of the 19th century to the end of the 20th - the garment industry was the la etc...

A Coat of Many Colors

Edited by Daniel Soyer, Preface by Ruth Abram

Fordham University Press

For more than a century and a half - from the middle of the 19th century to the end of the 20th - the garment industry was the la etc...

Sanctuary and Crime in the Middle Ages, 400–1500

Karl Shoemaker

Fordham University Press

Sanctuary and Crime rethinks the history of sanctuary protections for criminals in the Western legal tradition. From the twilight etc...

The City and the Saloon

Thomas J Noel

University Press of Colorado

During Denver's wild ride from frontier mining town to twentieth-century metropolis, the city's saloons, like those of ma etc...

Hell's Belles

Clark Secrest

University Press of Colorado

This newly updated and revised edition of HELL'S BELLES takes the reader on a soundly researched, well-documented, and amusin etc...

Chickasaw Rancher

Neil R Johnson , C Neil Kingsley , Arrell M Gibson

University Press of Colorado

First published in 1960, Neil R. Johnson's THE CHICKASAW RANCHER tells the story of Montford T Johnson and the first white se etc...

Moctezuma's Mexico

David Carrasco

University Press of Colorado

Updated with a new chapter by Davíd Carrasco describing how the Aztec world has been re-imagined by modern Mexican American etc...
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