Ted Cantle updates his concept of community cohesion, which critiques multicultural policies and offers a compelling alternative to community relations, which has been widely adopted in the UK. Revised in light of recent research, and now incorporating discussion on segregation and faith concerns.
Sexuality, edited by Amelia Jones critically surveys art's identification with desire, self-performance and self-representation via key texts by artists and theorists from the mid 20th century to the present.
Including nine new entries, this thoroughly revised edition provides an authoritative account of gender studies, reflecting on the complex and multi-faceted character of the field in a way that is accessible to students across the social sciences and humanities.
The Essential Nawal El Saadawi gathers together a wide range of Saadawi's writing. From novellas and short stories to essays on politics, culture, religion and sex; from extensive interviews to her work as a dramatist; from poetry to autobiography, this book is essential for anyone wishing to gain a sense of the breadth of Saadawi's work.