Hinduism and the Religious Arts by Elgood, Heather The roots between the Hindu religion and the wider culture are deep and uniquely complex. No study of either ancient or contemporary Indian culture can be undertaken without a clear understanding of Hindu visual arts and their sources in religious b (more)
State Strategies in the Global Political Economy by Palan, Ronen / Abbott, Jason / Deans, Phil First published in cloth in 1996, State Strategies in the Political Economy has established itself as an important text on global political economy. This newly revised paperback edition includes an updated (more)
Foreword by HRH The Princess of Wales Published to celebrate the loth anniversary of London Lighthouse, On Watch collects together essays by Lighthouse founding member and former director, Christopher Spence, MBE. He tells the inside story of the project from genesis to royal opening to current chal (more)
Jacques Derrida continues to be the world's single most influential philosophical and literary theorist. He is also one of the most controversial and most complex. His own works and critical studies of his work proliferate, but where can a student, utterly new to the work of Derrida, start?
Published to coincide with the 60th anniversary of the Tony Awards, the launch of the new Working in the Theatre series from The American Theatre Wing, founder of the Tony Awards, promises to be one of the most exciting theatrical-publishing events ever.
Perhaps the greatest European director of the last 30 years, Krzsztof Kieslowski created a remarkable body of work in a relatively short period of time. His films are loved around the world for their dramatic power and consummate artistry.
Underachievement in school is one of the most widely used terms in education. This book provides a critical analysis of two sides of the underachievement debate, at each of the three levels of focus - international, the UK and the individual. It considers the 'crisis' account; of falling standards a (more)