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Inclusive Education

Paperback, 01/07/2004, £28.99
Demonstrates that moves to inclusion have come from many directions: research; the imperative for social justice; calls for civil rights; legislation that prohibits discrimination; and the voices of those who have been through special education. This book is useful for students on a range of courses in inclusive education.

Medicinal Chemistry an Introduction

Paperback, 07/12/2007, £29.95
Written in an accessible style, Medicinal Chemistry: An Introduction, Second Edition carefully explains fundamental principles of the subject while assuming little in the way of prior knowledge. The book focuses on the chemical principles used for drug discovery and design covering physiology and biology where relevant.

Nine Elements of a Sustainable Campus

Hardback, 29/04/2014, £24.00
A former college president offers a framework for sustainability on campus, describing initiatives that range from renewable energy to a revamped curriculum to sustainable investment.

Look Homeward, Angel

Paperback, 04/02/2016, £9.99
Eugene Gant, born in 1900 to hard-drinking stone-cutter Oliver and entrepreneurial Eliza, grows up in small-town America. Both lonely outsider and passionate chronicler of American life, Eugene experiences upheaval and family tragedy before coming to realise that he must leave his home behind if he is to forge his own path in the world.

Of Time and the River

Paperback, 04/02/2016, £12.99
It is 1920 and Eugene Gant leaves the American South for Harvard, New York and Europe, determined to make his way as a writer. On the boat home, he meets Esther Jack, the woman who is to dominate his life. Autobiographical, vital and passionate, Wolfe's second novel blazes with energy and life.

Optimist in a Raincoat: Harold Wilson 1964-70

Hardback, 01/02/2020, £20.00
This study, of his premiership from 1964-70, shows Harold Wilson at the peak of his powers, from the optimistic 'new JFK' days, of 1964, to the realisation, by 1970, that Britain was a nation struggling to come to terms with its shrinking position in the world.

Handbook of Oral History

7, 13/03/2008, £33.00
In recent decades, oral history has matured into an established field of critical importance to historians and social scientists alike. Handbook of Oral History captures the current state-of-the-art, identifies major strands of intellectual development, and predicts key directions for future growth in theory, research, and application.

Returning to Revolution: Deleuze, Guattari and Zapatismo

Paperback, 31/01/2015, £19.99
Presents an account of the concept of revolution in the work of Deleuze and Guattari. This title provides the full length account of Deleuze and Guattari's relationship to a concrete revolutionary struggle. It also outlines the theoretical and practical origins of the return to political revolution.

Things to make & mend

Paperback, 07/02/2008, £7.99
Presents the story of two women caught in the shadow of their teenage years. This book tells how at fifteen, Sally Tuttle and Rowena Cresswell were firm friends, until a shocking event changed their lives. It also tells how in their late thirties, they are estranged, both single mothers, both haunted with memories of their intense friendship.

Home Corner

Paperback, 01/05/2014, £7.99
Nineteen-year-old Luisa McKenzie has failed her Scottish Highers and finds herself back at primary school - working as a teaching assistant, a role she never envisaged or wanted. Her old friends have all left town and she spends her days perched in the classroom's Home Corner, answering questions about God and Death and the colour of the sky.

We Don't Know What We're Doing

Hardback, 20/08/2015, £12.99
Set in Caerphilly, a sleepy castle town in South Wales, this collection reveals its treasures in unexpected ways, offering vivid and moving glimpses of the lost, lonely and bemused. By turns poignant, witty, and tender, it features stories detailing the lives of people who know where they are, but don't know what they're doing.