• Self-help & personal development
      March 2016

      If Women Rose Rooted

      The Journey to Authenticity and Belonging

      by Sharon Blackie

      ‘This is the core of our task: to respect and revere ourselves, and so bring about about a world in which women are respected and revered, recognised once again as holding the life-giving power of the earth itself.’ <p

    • Environmentalist, conservationist & Green organizations
      December 2015

      Why Women Will Save the Planet

      by Friends of the Earth, Jenny Hawley

      Women's empowerment is critical to environmental sustainability, isn't it? When Friends of the Earth asked this question on Facebook half of respondents said yes and half said no, with women as likely to say no as men. This collection of articles and i

    • The Arts

      Silent Women: pioneers of cinema

      Pioneers of Cinema


      The first book to give overview of early women film-makers in the US, Europe and beyond. Essential reading for students of film studies, media, culture and gender/women's studies. With many black and white photos, this book will appeal to all lovers of

    • Fiction
      January 2016

      Three Ladies in Cairo

      by Ann Edelstam

      Three Ladies in Cairo takes the reader through an original and very personal story of three generations of Swedish women through which the evolution and the transformation of Egypt during three vital decades is apparent. The bookunfolds through three inte

    • Human rights
      April 2001

      Women Witnessing Terror

      by Anne Cubilie

    • Literary studies: fiction, novelists & prose writers

      Reading Hemingway's Men without Women

      Glossary and Commentary

      by Joseph M. Flora (author)

      “The aim of this book is not to have the final word on the meaning of the stories that compose Men Without Women. Rather, the study attempts to probe the events of each story as we encounter them. It seeks to explain historical references, to

    • Dance & other performing arts

      The Man Who Collected Women

      A Drama

      by Ron. Nicol

    • Prisons

      Invisible Women

      What's Wrong With Women's Prisons?

      by Angela Devlin (Author)

      Recreates the realities of prison life for a woman at the end of the twentieth century, as conditions worsen with overcrowding, staff shortages and expenditure cuts. This book describes the over-use of medication as a means of control; the plight of ethni

    • Prisons

      Women, Drugs and Custody

      The Experiences of Women Drug Users in Prison

      by Margaret Malloch (Author)

      Explores the approach of HM Prison Service for England and Wales and the Scottish Prison Service to drug users in prison, focusing on the experiences of women drug users, looking at items such as: policies and guidelines; the experiences of women drug use

    • True war & combat stories

      American Women in World War I

      They Also Served

      by Lettie Gavin

      Interweaving personal stories with historical photos and background, this lively account documents the history of the more than 40,000 women who served in relief and military duty during World War I. Through personal interviews and excerpts fro

    • Healing Plants for Women

      Proven Household Remedies & Gentle Natural Medicine

      by Birgit Laue

      Recognizing symptoms - alleviating afflictions This practical guide on natural medicine is an indispensable book of reference for all women who wish to treat typical afflictions themselves: effectively, quickly and inexpensively. It is both substantiat

    • Biography: literary

      Darling Ro and The Benet Women

      The Eisenhower Administration, Britain, and Singapore

      by Evelyn Helmick Hively (author)

      The first book-length study of a gifted American writer and her life during the 1920sThe Benét name immediately evokes Stephen Vincent and his older brother William Rose, Pulitzer Prize–winning poets and novelists during the fir

    • Education

      Women Principals in a Multicultural Society

      New Insights into Feminist Educational Leadership

      by Oplatka, I.  

      The book analyzes the crossing issues of gender, school leadership and multicultural experiences as expressed in accounts of female school principals from diverse ethnic and religious groups in the multicultural society of Israel. It addresses the usually

    • Education

      Women, Education, and Science within the Arab-Islamic Socio-Cultural History

      Legacies for Social Change

      by Belhachmi, Z.

      From a rationale of multiculturalism and a based on systemic approach grounded in the Arab-Islamic tradition, this book integrates history, education, science, and feminism to understand the implications of culture in social change, cultural identity, and

    • Education

      Free Women (Mujeres Libres)

      Voices and Memories for a Libertarian Future

      by Ruiz, L.

      Free Women based their activities upon the dialog, the solidarity and the equality of differences. It was therefore a model for the social movements of the current dialogical societies of the XXIst Century, in which these elements basic are to overcome th

    • Women and the Texas Revolution

      by Edited by Mary L. Scheer

      While there is wide scholarship on the Texas Revolution, there is no comparable volume on the role of women during that conflict. Most of the many works on the Texas Revolution include women briefly in the narrative, such as Emily Austin, Suzanna Dicki

    • Educating Muslim Women

      The West African Legacy of Nana Asma'u (1793-1864)

      by Beverley Mack, Jean Boyd

    • Computer networking & communications

      Colorado Women

      by Beaton, Gail M.

      Worldwide rights available excluding English language rights for sale and distribution in Canada and the United States, including U.S. territories and possessions.

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