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ubc pressf a l lw i n t e r2 0 0 5Geography  of  British  ColumbiaPage  4Vanishing  British  ColumbiaPage  4Nor thern  ExposuresPage  2Keeping  It  LivingPage  6Imagining  Dif ferencePage  5Paddling  to  Where  I  StandPage  8The  Last  WordPage  1Shaped  by  the  West  WindPage  2If  I  Had  a  HammerPage  3Cover  image:  Man  Standing  by  Lake Covered  with  Fog  From  Geography  of  British  Columbia , Second  Edition ,   page  4From  UI  to  E IPage  3Birds  of  OntarioPage  7The  Behavior  and  Ecology  of Pacific  Salmon  and  TroutPage  7Selling  British  ColumbiaPage  5This  Elusive  LandPage  8Cross-Cultural  Caring, Second  editionPage  10Animals  and  NaturePage  8CONTENTS  1  UBC  PRESS 12  TRANSACTION  PUBLISHERS 14  EARTHSCAN  /  JAMES  &       JAMES 16  JESSICA  KINGSLEY       PUBLISHERS 19  EASTERN  WASHINGTON       UNIVERSITY  PRESS 20  OREGON  STATE  UNIVERSITY       PRESS 20  UNIVERSITY  OF       WASHINGTON  PRESS 23  UNIVERSITY  OF  NEW  SOUTH       WALES  PRESS 25  UNIVERSITY  OF  ARIZONA       PRESS 26  UNIVERSITY  PRESS  OF  NEW       ENGLAND 27  WESLEYAN  UNIVERSITY       PRESS 28  MICHIGAN  STATE       UNIVERSITY  PRESS 28  MANCHESTER  UNIVERSITY       PRESS 30  EDINBURGH  UNIVERSITY       PRESS 31  PARADIGM  PUBLISHERS1The Last WordMedia Coverage of the Supreme Court of CanadaFlorian Sauvageau, David Schneiderman, and David Taraswith Ruth Klinkhammer and Pierre TrudelUBC PRESS Florian  Sauvageau  is  professsor  in  the  D?partement  d?information  et  de communication  at  l?Universit?  Laval.  David  Schneiderman  is  associate professor  in  the  Faculty  of  Law  at  the  University  of  Toronto.  David  Taras  is  University  Professor  in  the  Faculty  of  Communication  and  Culture  at  the University of Calgary.?The  Last  Word  makes  a  very  important  contribution  to  knowledge  in  an almost  non-existent  ?eld:  I  know  of  no  other  book  published  in  Canada  on this subject in either English or French. It should contribute to the very lively debate  about  the  court,  not  only  in  the  legal  and  media  milieu,  but  in  the general public as well.? ? Andr?e Lajoie, Faculty of Law, University of MontrealSEPTEMBER 2005320 pages, est., 6 x 9?10 b/w photos, 35 tables, 2 graphsISBN 0-7748-1244-3pb $24.95Law / Media Studies                  LAW AND SOCIETY SERIESThe  Supreme  Court  of  Canada  has  often  occupied  the  Canadian  news spotlight  recently,  as  high-pro?le  cases  on  issues  ranging  from  child pornography to gay rights to national unity have received heavy, some -times sensational, media coverage. Meanwhile, some ask if an activist court is usurping the role of our elected representatives.The Last Word examines the relationship between two im-portant institu -tions in Canadian life: the Supreme Court of Canada and the Canadian news  media.  How  do  everyday  Canadians  learn  about  the  complex workings of the court? How do we come to hold our opinions about the court?s decisions? This relationship is crucial not only for the court and for journalists, but also for the public, who understand the court through the lens of the media.This  book   tells  the  story  of  a  year  of  media  coverage  centred  around four high-pro?le cases: the  Marshall  case on Aboriginal rights, the  Vriend  case  on  gay  rights,  the  Quebec  Secession  Reference,  and  the  Sharpe  child  pornography  case.  Looking  at  newspaper  and  TV  reports,  and interviewing judges, journalists, and executive legal of?cers, Sauvageau, Schneiderman, and Taras offer a rich and detailed account of the rela -tionship  between  the  court  and  the  media.  They  describe  how  judges and journalists interact with each other and discuss how this relationship affects coverage of the court.The Last Word argues that journalists often have the ?nal say in explain-ing the court?s actions and judgments to the public. While judges have uncontested  power  over  legal  interpretation,  journalists  control  what message reaches the Canadian people.Engagingly  written  and  thoroughly  researched,  The  Last  Word  will  ap-peal  to  readers  interested  in  the  law,  the  media,  and  public  affairs  in general.  1? ALSO OF INTERESTHidden AgendasHow Journalists In?uence the NewsLydia Miljan and Barry Cooper 2004, 188 pages, ISBN 0-7748-1020-3, pb $24.95Morals and the Media, Second EditionNicholas Russell2005, 268 pages, est., ISBN 0-7748-1088-2, pb $39.952 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477UBC PRESS Northern ExposuresPhotographing and Filming the Canadian North, 1920?45Peter GellerTo many, the North is a familiar but inacces-sible  place.  Most  of  us  have  never  been there,  yet  images  of  the  region  are  within easy  reach:  in  books  and  magazines,  and on television, computer, and movie screens. Peter Geller uncovers the history behind these popular conceptions of the Canadian North.Northern Exposures  looks at the photographic and  ?lm  practice  of  the  three  major  colonial institutions in the Arctic and Sub-Arctic -- the Canadian government, the Anglican Church of Canada, and the Hudson?s Bay Company -- in the  ?rst  half  of  the  twentieth  century.  Their visual  representations  of  the  region  were widely  circulated  in  of?cial  publications  and presented in ?lm shows and lantern slide lec -tures. Geller reveals the varied ways in which taking  and  displaying  pictures  of  nor thern people and places extended control over the northern reaches of the Canadian nation.This  book  sheds  light  on  twentieth-century visual  culture  and  the  relationship  between photography  and  colonial  power,  and  raises questions about the role of visual representa -tion in history. Illustrated with over eighty-?ve images from photographs and ?lms of the pe -riod, this book will appeal to those interested in  Canadian  history,  Northern  and  Aboriginal studies, anthropology, and visual culture.JULY 2005  280 pages, 6 x 9?  86 b/w photos  ISBN 0-7748-0928-0pb $29.95History / Northern StudiesPeter Geller  lives and teaches in northern Manitoba and is the Dean of Arts at the University College of the North.NEW IN PAPER?Northern Exposures makes a very signi?cant contribution to the ?eld. Its important subject ? how southern attitudes toward the North have been manipulated ? has not been previously tackled, and Geller?s scholarship is very sound indeed.? ? William Barr, Arctic Institute of North AmericaShaped by the West WindNature and History in Georgian BayClaire Elizabeth CampbellForeword by Graeme WynnAlong  the  east  shore  of  Ontario?s  Georgian Bay lie the Thirty Thousand Islands, a granite archipelago  scarred  by  glaciers,  where  the white pines cling to the ancient rock, twisted and  bent  by  the  west  wind  ?  a  symbol  of  a region where human history has been shaped by  the  natural  environment.  Over  the  last four  centuries,  the  Bay  has  been  visited  by some of the most famous ?gures in Canadian history,  from  Samuel  de  Champlain  to  the Group of Seven. This book traces the history of  Canadians?  reactions  to  and  interactions with  this  distinctive  and  often  intractable landscape.Beginning  with  a  revealing  analysis  of  the car tographic  history  of  the  Bay,  Campbell proceeds  to  examine  changing  cultural  rep -resentations  of  landscape  over  time.  Each chapter presents a different type of encoun -ter  ?  the  varying  ways  in  which  people  ap -proached or interacted with the Bay. The book also  includes  many  illustrations,  including historical  maps,  archival  and  contemporary photographs,  and  paintings  by  the  Group  of Seven and other Canadian artists.Shaped By the West Wind  is  about how places take on shifting cultural meanings over time. It speaks to a wide variety of interests, including geography, art and design, literary criticism, environmental studies, and history. Claire Elizabeth Campbell  is Killam Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of History and Classics at the University of Alberta.NEW IN PAPERJULY 2005256 pages, 6 x 9?35 colour photos,   10 b/w photos, 5 maps  ISBN 0-7748-1099-8pb $29.95History / Geography? ALSO OF INTERESTHunters and BureaucratsPower, Knowledge, and Aboriginal-State Relations in Southwest YukonPaul Nadasdy 2004, 92 pages, 23 b/w photos, ISBN 0-7748-0984-1, pb $29.95? ALSO OF INTERESTGame in the GardenA Human History of Wildlife in Western Canada to 1940G.W. Colpitts 2003, 216 pages, 14 b/w photos, ISBN 0-7748-0963-9, pb $29.95  33UBC PRESS If I Had a HammerRetraining That Really WorksMargaret Hillyard LittleRetraining scholarship has, for the most part, focused  on  working  class  men  and  women, with virtually no attention paid to low-income women.  And  welfare  literature  has,  to  some extent, accepted the limitations of neoliberal governments  and  focused  on  workfare  and other  welfare  policies.  There  is  an  urgency, Margaret  Little  argues,  to  talk  boldly  about re t r a i n i n g   a s   a n   e f f e c t i v e   a n d   i m p o r t a n t strategy for welfare reform. This  book  endeavors  to  explore  the  very best Canadian retraining programs. It is ?lled with  fascinating  interviews  with  the  women involved (many of whom are Aboriginal), and with innovative policy prescriptions.If  I  Had  a  Hammer  ?lls  a  gap  in  the  current literature on retraining and welfare policy and makes  an  impor tant  contribution  to  social policy that transcends its Canadian context. Drawing  on  her  years  as  a  journalist,  Little w r i t e s   i n   a n   a c c e s s i b l e   m a n n e r   t h a t   w i l l engage  the  general  public  and  students. The  book  will  be  widely  used  in  courses  on politics,  women?s  studies,  sociology,  labour studies, social work, and economics. ?At a time when the presence of women in the trades may actually be declining and workfare is on the ascendance, Little?s book makes a pioneering contribution.?? Patricia Evans, co-editor of Women?s Caring: Feminist Perspectives on Social WelfareMargaret Hillyard Little  is an anti-poverty activist who teaches in Political Studies and Women?s Stud -ies at Queen?s University.JULY 2005  192 pages est., 6 x 9?20 b/w photos, 4 tables  ISBN 0-7748-1119-6pb $24.95Politics / EducationNEW IN PAPERFrom UI to EIWaging War on the Welfare StateGeorges CampeauTranslated by Richard HowardEstablished  in  response  to  the  Great  Dep-re s s i o n ,   t h e   g o a l   o f   C a n a d a ?s   s y s t e m   o f unemployment  insurance  was  to  ensure  the protection  of  income  to  the  unemployed. Joblessness was viewed as a social problem and  the  jobless  as  its  unfor tunate  victims. While  unemployment  insurance  expanded over  several  decades  to  the  bene?t  of  the rights  of  the  unemployed,  the  mid-1970s saw  the  ?rst  stirrings  of  a  counterattack  as the federal government?s Keynesian strategy came under siege. Neo-liberalists denounced unemployment  insurance  and  other  aspects of the welfare state as in?ationary and unpro -ductive. This regression culminated in a major policy  shift  in  the  1990s,  when  access  of unemployed people to bene?ts was halved.From  UI  to  EI  examines  Canada?s  unemploy -m e n t   i n s u r a n c e   s y s t e m   a n d   t h e   r i g h t s   i t grants to the unemployed. The development of  the  system,  its  legislation,  and  related jurisprudence  are  viewed  through  a  histori -cal perspective that accounts for the social, political,  and  economic  context.  This  book examines  the  system  with  emphasis  upon its  recent  transformations,  and  will  interest professors and students of law, political sci -ence, and social work, and anyone concerned about the right of the unemployed to adequate protection. Georges Campeau  is a professor of social law in the Facult? de science politique et de droit at the Universit? du Qu?bec ? Montr?al. Richard Howard has been translating books in the social sciences for over three decades.JULY  2005  256 pages, 3 tables, 6 x 9?  ISBN 0-7748-1123-4pb $29.95Law / PoliticsLAW AND SOCIETY SERIESNEW IN PAPER? ALSO OF INTERESTTraining the Excluded for WorkAccess and Equity for Women, Immigrants, First Nations, Youth, and People with Low IncomeMarjorie Grif?n Cohen2004, 288 pages, 11 charts, 14 tables, ISBN 0-7748-1007-6, pb $29.95  ? ALSO OF INTERESTSocial Policy and the Ethic of CareOlena Hankivsky 2005, 188 pages, ISBN 0-7748-1071-8, pb $29.95  4 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477Vanishing British ColumbiaMichael KlucknerThe old buildings and historic places of British Columbia form a kind of ?roadside memory,? a  tangible  link  with  stories  of  settlement, change,  and  abandonment  that  re?ect  the great  themes  of  our  history.  More  than  a decade  ago,  Michael  Kluckner  began  paint -ing  these  dots  on  his  personal  map  of  the province in a watercolour sketchbook. In  1999,  after  he  put  a  few  of  the  sketches on his website, a network of correspondents emerged that eventually led him to the family letters, photo albums, and memories from a disappearing  era  of  the  province.  Vanishing British Columbia is a record of these places and the stories they tell, and an argument for stewardship of regional history in the face of urbanization and globalization.?I?m deeply grateful that Kluckner has created this stunning visual record of what?s receding from  us.  Vanishing  British  Columbia  intrigu -ingly juxtaposes painted images with archival photographs, snapshots, maps, schematics and  an  accessible,  pleasantly  personable text  that  provides  the  narrative  frame.  Yet  it would be wrong to value this book simply for its  documentary  qualities.  The  paintings  are all exquisite works in their own right. ? This book  represents  a  substantial  contribution to the literary matter of British Columbia and is  one  that  anyone  who  loves  this  province will treasure.?? Stephen Hume, The Vancouver SunMARCH 2005  224 pages, 8? x 11?  220 colour illus., 130 b/w illus., 22 maps  ISBN 0-7748-1125-0hc $49.95HistoryM i c h a e l   K l u c k n e r   i s   a w r i t e r   a n d   a r t i s t   l i v i n g   i n Langley,  British  Columbia, whose works include  Vanish -ing Vancouver and  Canada: A  World  of  Discovery .  He has  been  the  recipient  of t h e   B i l l   D u t h i e   P r i z e ,   t h e Vancouver  Book  Prize,  the Toronto  Book  Prize  (shor t l i s t ) ,   t h e   H a l l m a r k   S o c i -ety Award of Merit, and the Heritage  Canada  Medal  of Achievement.RECENTLY RELEASED? T h a n k   G o d   f o r   M i c h a e l Kluckner.    In  these  hear t -breaking times of loss when so many of our priceless cul -tural  treasures  and  stories disappear,  his  hand  makes visible the vital connections that tell us the truths of who we are.??   J o y   K o g a w a ,   n o v e l i s t and poetGeography of British ColumbiaSecond EditionBrett McGillivrayWhy is British Columbia unique within Canada? What physical processes have made this prov -ince  so  rugged  and  produced  such  remark -able variation in climate and vegetation? Why did  non-Natives  come  to  British  Columbia, and  what  impact  did  they  have  on  First  Na -tions? How were resources developed in the past and how are those resources developed today?  This  fully  revised  second  edition  of Geography  of  British  Columbia  discusses these and many other aspects of the growth of this distinctive province. Brett  McGillivray  focuses  ?rst  on  the  combi -nation  of  physical  processes  that  produced a  spectacular  variety  of  mountains,  rivers, lakes,  islands,  fjords,  forests,  and  minerals, explaining the forces that created the province and  the  natural  hazards  that  can  reshape  it. McGillivray also covers the economic geogra -phy of the province, with chapters on forestry, the salmon ?shery, metal mining, energy sup -ply  and  demand,  agriculture,  water,  and  the tourism industry. It addresses the present-day issues  of  urbanization,  economic  develop -ment,  and  resource  management,  providing a  thorough  background  to  these  topics  and suggesting what the future might hold. This  up-to-date  and  comprehensive  explora -tion  of  the  rich  historical  geography  and development  of  British  Columbia  will  be  wel -comed by teachers, students, scholars, and everyone with an interest in the province. Brett McGillivray  teaches  the geography of British Columbia at Capilano College, North Vancouver. NEW NOVEMBER 2005248 pages, 8 x 10?16 b/w photos, 50 maps, 53 tablesISBN 0-7748-1253-2hc $95.00 ISBN 0-7748-1254-0pb $39.95 Geography? ALSO OF INTERESTJourney to the Ice AgeDiscovering an Ancient WorldPeter L. Storck2004, 376 pages, ISBN 0-7748-1028-9, pb $39.95? ALSO OF INTERESTThe Vancouver AchievementUrban Planning and DesignJohn Punter2003, 480 pages, 67 b/w photos, ISBN 0-7748-0972-8, pb $39.95  55UBC PRESS NEW IN PAPERImagining DifferenceLegend, Curse, and Spectacle in a Canadian Mining TownLeslie A. RobertsonS t o r i e s   a re   i m p o r t a n t   v e h i c l e s   f o r   s o c i a l knowledge, as they?re used to construct and transmit  perceptions  of  the  world  around us. They are powerful imaginative resources that    they  allow  us  to  engage  with  different understandings of human difference.In  Imagining Difference , Leslie Robertson turns to a popular local legend to explore the social construction  of  difference  through  ideas  of ?race,? ?foreignness,? and regional, class, and religious identity, as expressed by residents of Fernie,  British  Columbia,  a  coal-mining  town on  its  way  to  becoming  an  international  ski resort.  The  legend  revolves  around  a  curse cast on the valley by indigenous people in the nineteenth century. Interpretations of the story reveal  a  complex  landscape  of  memory  and silence, of?cial and contested histories, social and  scienti?c  theories,and  politics.  Cursing becomes a metaphor for the discursive power resonating  in  political,  popular,  and  cultural contexts,  transmitting  ideas  of  dif ference across generations and geographies. Paying  close  attention  to  public  per form -ances, mass media, and processes of place-making, Robertson examines forms of social knowledge  circulating  within  local  settings, w h i c h   s h a p e   s h a re d   u n d e r s t a n d i n g s   a n d common-sense views of the world.JULY 2005  320 pages, 6 x 9?  20 b/w photos, 2 maps  ISBN 0-7748-1093-9pb $29.95Native Studies / AnthropologyLeslie A. Robertson  is an ethnographer whose work includes the study of ethnic relations, life history, health, and urban anthropology. She teaches at the University of Windsor.? ALSO OF INTERESTThe Burden of HistoryColonialism and the Frontier Myth in a Rural Canadian CommunityElizabeth Furniss2000, 237 pages, 2 maps,  ISBN 0-7748-0711-3, pb $29.95Selling British ColumbiaTourism and Consumer Culture, 1890?1970Michael DawsonSelling British Columbia examines the devel -opment of the tourist industry in British Colum -bia throughout the twentieth century. Looking at  tourism  from  an  innovative  perspective, Michael  Dawson  shows  how  the  province?s Aboriginal  and  British  cultures  were  com -modi?ed and marketed to potential tourists, and considers the gendered nature of some of  the  promotional  campaigns,  par ticularly during the 1940s.Dawson  argues  that  in  order  to  understand the roots of the fully-?edged consumer culture that developed in Canada, it is necessary to understand  the  connections  between  the 1930s,  1940s,  and  the  postwar  era.  He underlines  the  signi?cance  of  the  Depres -sion and the Second World War ? ostensibly p e r i o d s   o f   ? u n d e rc o n s u m p t i o n ?   - -   f o r   t h e development  of  tourism  promotion  and  con -sumerism in general.?In Selling British Columbia, Michael Dawson takes  a  creative  approach  to  the  study  of tourism in Canada. Drawing from a vast array of  sources  and  contributing  to  the  growing ?eld of tourism studies, this book will speak to an international audience.?? Karen Dubinsky, Professor of History, Queen?s University, Michael Dawson  teaches in the Department of History at St. Thomas University in Fredericton.JULY 2005  292 pages, 6 x 9?30 ?gures, 7 tables, 2 maps, ISBN 0-7748-1055-6pb $29.95History / Cultural StudiesNEW IN PAPER? ALSO OF INTERESTBeing a TouristFinding Meaning in Pleasure TravelJulia Harrison2003, 272 pages, ISBN 0-7748-0978-7, pb $27.956 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477UBC PRESSKeeping it LivingTraditions of Plant Use and Cultivation on the Northwest Coast of North AmericaEdited by Douglas Deur and Nancy TurnerThe  European  explorers  who  ?rst  visited  the  Nor thwest  Coast  of  Nor th America assumed that the entire region was virtually untouched wilderness whose occupants used the land only minimally, hunting and gathering shoots, roots,  and  berries  that  were  peripheral  to  a  diet  and  culture  focused  on salmon. Colonizers who followed the explorers used these claims to justify the displacement of Native groups from their land. Scholars now understand, however, that Northwest Coast peoples were actively cultivating plants well before they experienced contact with Europeans.  Keeping It Living tells the story  of  traditional  Northwest  Coast  cultivation  practices,  and  of  how  they came to be overlooked by Europeans. Bringing together some of the world?s most prominent specialists on North -west Coast cultures, this book discusses plant management methods found from  the  Oregon  Coast  to  Southeast  Alaska.  It  looks  at  tobacco  gardens among the Haida and Tlingit, managed camas plots among the Coast Salish of Puget Sound and the Strait of Georgia, estaurine root gardens along the central coast of British Columbia, wapato plot maintenance on the Columbia and Fraser Rivers, and tended berry plots up and down the entire coast.With  contributions  from  ethnobotanists,  archaeologists,  anthropologists, geographers, ecologists, and Native American scholars and elders,  Keeping It Living  documents practices, many quite different from those characteristic of  European  agriculture,  that  involve  manipulating  plants  as  well  as  their environments  in  a  way  that  enhanced  both  the  quantity  and  the  quality  of plant production.?A most welcome addition to the literature on the nature of the evolutionary transition from hunting-gathering-?shing modes of production to those based in great measure on agriculture.?? Eugene Hunn, University of WashingtonDouglas Deur is assistant professor of geography at the University of Ne -vada,  Reno.  Nancy  J.  Turner  is  Distinguished  Professor  in  Environmental Studies  and  Geography  at  the  University  of  Victoria.  Contributors  include Kenneth  M.  Ames,  E.  Richard  Atleo  (Umeek),  Melissa  Darby,  Douglas  Hal -lett, James T. Jones, Dana Lepofsky, Ken Lertzman, Rolf Mathewes, James McDonald,  Sonny  McHalsie,  Madonna  L.  Moss,  Sandra  Peacock,  Bruce  D. Smith, Robhin Smith, Wayne Suttles, and Kevin Washbrook.OCTOBER 2005384 pages, 6x 9?42 b/w illus., 16 tables0-7748-1266-4hc $44.95Native Studies / Ethnobotany? ALSO OF INTERESTHeirloom Seeds and their KeepersMarginality and Memory in the Conservation of Biological DiversityVirginia D. Nazarea2005, 192 pages, ISBN 0-8165-2435-1, hc $44.95Aboriginal Plant Use in Canada?s Northwest Boreal ForestRobin J. Marles et al.1999, 256 pages, illus., ISBN 0-7748-0738-5 pb $25.95Plant Technology of First Peoples of British ColumbiaNancy J. Turner  1998, 255 pages, illus., ISBN 0-7748-0687-7, pb $25.95Food Plants of Interior First PeoplesNancy J. Turner   1997, 224 pages, illus., ISBN 0-7748-0606-0, pb $25.95Food Plants of Coastal First PeoplesNancy J. Turner   1995, 178 pages, illus., ISBN 0-7748-0533-1, pb $25.9577UBC PRESSRECENTLY RELEASEDBirds of Ontario: Habitat Requirements, Limiting Factors, and StatusVolume 1: Nonpasserines, Loons through Cranes Al Sandilands Illustrated by Ross JamesLiterature on the life history of birds is abun -dant  and  growing,  but  few  books  compile this  information  so  it  is  readily  available.  Al Sandilands summarizes information on habi -tat, limiting factors, and status for 84 species of nonpasserines that inhabit Ontario. These topics  are  covered  for  breeding,  migration, and  winter  seasons.  Habitat,  nest  sites,  ter -ritoriality,  site  ?delity,  annual  reproductive effort, habitat loss and degradation, environ -mental  contaminants,  and  a  variety  of  other topics are covered in the species accounts. A map depicting breeding and wintering range is presented for each species, and illustrations by Ross James accompany each listing. This will be an essential reference for wildlife biologists,  environmental  consultants,  and planners preparing or reviewing environmen -tal impact statements and assessments. Seri -ous birders in Ontario and adjacent provinces and states will ?nd it of interest as well.MARCH 2005368 pages, 8 x 10?84 line drawings, 88 mapsISBN: 0-7748-1066-1    hc $95.00Natural HistoryAl Sandilands  is Senior Ecologist and principal of Gray Owl Environmental Inc. For most of his career, he has been an environmental consultant.  Ross James , an ornithologist by profession, has pursued bird illustration for more than 40 years. RECENTLY RELEASEDThe Behavior and Ecology   of Paci?c Salmon and Trout Thomas P. Quinn Few subjects have generated as much emo -tional  dialogue  around  con?icting  scienti?c and  policy  agendas  as  the  protection  and management  of  Paci?c  salmon  resources. In  this  major  new  work,  esteemed  ?sheries expert Thomas Quinn distills from the vast sci -enti?c literature the essential information on the  behavior  and  ecology  of  Paci?c  salmon, including steelhead and cutthroat trout, cover -ing the complete life cycle. Representing the range  of  species  and  geographic  regions, Quinn  includes  examples  from  classic  stud -ies  by  pioneers  of  salmon  biology  and  from the  most  current  research  to  illustrate  the important features of salmon life history and behavior and the complex physical, biological, and human factors that affect them. This  thorough,  up-to-date  survey  should  be on the shelf of anyone with a professional or personal interest in Paci?c salmon and trout. Written in a technically accurate but engaging style,  it  will  appeal  to  a  wide  range  of  read -ers,  including  students,  anglers,  biologists, conservationists,  legislators,  and  armchair naturalists.Thomas P. Quinn  is professor of aquatic and ?shery sciences at the University of Washington.?No book on salmon and salmon ecosystems is as well integrated or as up to date as this one. Thomas Quinn has brought together a wealth of information on salmon behavior, life history, and ecology.? ? Peter Bisson, Paci?c Northwest Research Station, U.S. Forest Service FEBRUARY 2005320 pages, 8 x 10?190 illus., 64 in colourISBN 0-7748-1127-7hc $85.00ISBN 0-7748-1128-5pb $44.95Natural History? ALSO OF INTERESTThe Birds of British Columbia, Volumes 1?4Wayne Campbell et al.Vol. 4: Passerines: Wood-Warblers through Old World Sparrows  2001, 744 pages, illus., ISBN 0-7748-0621-4, hc $125.00Vol. 3 Passerines: Flycatchers through Vireos   1997, 696 pages, illus., ISBN 0-7748-0572-2, hc $95.00Vol. 2: Nonpasserines: Diurnal Birds of Prey through Woodpeckers  1992, 636 pages, illus., ISBN 0-7748-0619-2, hc $95.00Vol. 1: Nonpasserines: Introduction, Loons through Waterfowl  1992, 531 pages, illus., ISBN 0-7748-0618-4, hc $95.00Birds of the Yukon TerritoryPamela Sinclair et al.2003, 596 pages, colour illus., ISBN 0-7748-1012-2, hc $125.00? ALSO OF INTERESTSalmon NationPeople, Fish, and Our Common Home, Updated EditionEdward C. Wolf and Seth Zuckerman 2004, 92 pages, ISBN 0-9676364-1-8, pb $12.958 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477UBC PRESS NOW IN PAPERBACK NOW IN PAPERBACKPaddling to Where I StandAgnes Alfred, Qwiqwasutinuxw NoblewomanEdited by Martine J. ReidTranslated by  Daisy Sewid-SmithAgnes Alfred (c. 1890-1992) was one of the last great storytellers of her generation. A non-literate Qwiqwasutinuxw noblewoman, she wove her narra -tives from myths, chants, historical accounts, and personal reminiscences.  Paddling to Where I Stand  is  her  ?rst-hand  account  of  the  most  signi?cant period of change she and her people experienced since ?rst contact, and her memoirs ?ow from her urgently  felt  desire  to  pass  on  her  knowledge  to younger generations. Eloquent  and  well  versed  in  the  Kwakwakawakw customs, she sets forth, in the classic oral tradi -tion, the foundations and the enduring pulse of her living culture. She contributes to our understanding of  several  traditional  practices,  including  pre-ar -ranged  marriages  and  the  traditional  potlatch ceremonies. She also shows how a First Nations woman managed to quietly ful?ll her role as a noble matriarch in her ever-changing society, thus provid -ing a role model for those who came after her. Offering stories that are both humorous and mov -ing,  Paddling  to  Where  I  Stand  is  an  original  and fascinating read.Martine J. Reid  is an independent scholar whose interests are in the ?eld of Northwest Coast cultural and aesthetic anthropology.  Daisy Sewid-Smith  is Agnes Alfred?s granddaughter, a cultural historian, and  a  Kwakwakawakw  language  instructor  in  the Faculty of Education at the University of Victoria.2004325 pages, 6 x 9?36 b/w photos,   8 ?gures, 1 map  ISBN 0-7748-0913-2pb $29.95Native Studies / AnthropologyAnimals and NatureCultural Myths, Cultural RealitiesRod PreeceWestern conceptions of objectivity and individuality have resulted in a readier appreciation of the worth of animals and nature than has been recognized. This provocative book takes issue with the popular view that the Western cultural tradition, in contrast to  Eastern  and  Aboriginal  traditions,  has  encour -aged  attitudes  of  domination  and  exploitation towards nature, particularly animals. Preece argues that the Western tradition has much to commend it, and that descriptions of Aboriginal and Oriental orientations have often been mislead -ingly  rosy,  simpli?ed  and  codi?ed  according  to current fashionable concepts.  Animals and Nature  is the result of six years? intensive study into com -parative religion, literature, philosophy, anthropol -ogy, mythology and animal welfare science. ?No one tradition alone offers a suf?cient respect for other species. Taken together, they may offer a prospect for saner human-animal relations.? -- Rod Preece, from Animals and NatureRod  Preece  is  Professor  of  Political  Science  at Wilfrid Laurier UniversitySEPTEMBER 2005  336 pages, 3 tables, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-0725-3pb $29.95Cultural Studies / EnvironmentThis Elusive LandWomen and the Canadian   EnvironmentEdited by  Melody Hessing,  Rebecca Raglon, and  Catriona SandilandsThis  Elusive  Land  introduces  the  literature  about women and the environment in Canada. It looks at the ways women integrate the social and biophysi -cal settings of their lives, and features a range of contexts in which gender mediates, inspires, and informs a sense of belonging to and in this land.This  volume  reveals  the  signi?cance  of  women?s experiences in various landscapes and addresses a number of questions: How are women politically active  in  developing  environmental  and  resource policy?  How  are  women?s  positions  in  the  family, the  community,  and  the  labour  force  mediated by  the  environment?  What  would  a  feminist  envi -ronmental perspective look like, especially in the Canadian  context?  And  ?nally,  and  perhaps  most importantly,  does  a  feminist  perspective  enable us  to  better  know,  understand,  and  value  the Canadian environment, and if so, how?A  timely  and  highly  relevant  discussion  of  the  re -lationship  between  gender  and  environment,  this book also covers the ways in which both physical and social landscapes continue to evolve.Melody  Hessing   is  a  faculty  member  of  the Depar tment  of  Sociology  and  Anthropology  at Douglas College.  Rebecca Raglon  teaches in the Department of English at the University of British Columbia.  Catriona Sandilands is an associate professor in the Faculty of Environmental Studies and  Canada  Research  Chair  in  Sustainability  and Culture at York University.JULY 2005  408 pages, 3 tables, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1106-4hc $85.00ISBN 0-7748-1107-2pb $34.95  Environment / Women?s Studies? ALSO OF INTERESTAwe for the Tiger, Love for the LambA Chronicle of Sensibility to AnimalsRod Preece2003 , 420  pages, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-0897-7, hc $29.95Cultural Studies / History9UBC PRESS  |  NOW IN PAPERBACKHometown HorizonsLocal Responses to Canada?s Great WarRobert RutherdaleT h i s   c u l t u r a l   h i s t o r y   s h o w s   h o w   t h e everyday lives of people in very different localities were affected by their percep -tions of the First World War.JULY  360 pages, 16 b/w photos, 6 x 9?  pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-1014-9  HistoryDespotic DominionProperty  Rights  in  British  Settler SocietiesJohn  McLaren,  A.R.  Buck,  and Nancy E. Wright, eds.These essays examine the evolution of property  law  in  several  former  British colonies  within  their  broader  political,  economic, and social cultures. JULY  352 pages, 10 b/w photos, 6 x 9?  pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-1073-4  History / LawLAW AND SOCIETY SERIESSecond GrowthCommunity Economic Development in Rural British ColumbiaSean Markey et al.This book examines the broad political and economic changes reshaping rural communities across British Columbia and the rest of Canada.JULY  360 pages, 5.5 x 8.5?  pb $34.95, ISBN 0-7748-1059-9  EnvironmentThe Dominion and the Rising SunCanada Encounters Japan, 1929-41John D. MeehanThis  ?rst  major  study  of  Canada?s  dip -lomatic  arrival  in  Japan  examines  the political,  cultural,  and  economic  rela -tions forged during the period.JULY  272 pages, 22 photos, 6 x 9?  pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-1121-8  History / International RelationsInternational Environmental Law and Asian ValuesLegal Norms and Cultural In?uencesRoda Mushkat, ed.M u s h k a t   e x a m i n e s   t h e   re l a t i o n s h i p b e t w e e n   A s i a n   c u l t u r a l   v a l u e s   a n d i n t e r n a t i o n a l   e n v i ro n m e n t a l   l a w   i n   a globalizing world.JULY  284 pages, 6 x 9?  pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-10572  Law / EnvironmentHolding the LineBorders in a Global WorldHeather N. Nicol and Ian Townsend-Gault, eds.This  collection  explores  contemporary borders  around  the  world  from  a  vari -ety  of  perspectives  to  understand  the impact  of  boundaries  on  society  and space. JULY  448 pages, est., 6 x 9?  pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-0932-9  Law / GeographyI n t e n s i v e   A g r i c u l t u r e   a n d SustainabilityA Farming Systems AnalysisGlen C. Filson, ed.T h i s   c o l l e c t i o n   l o o k s   a t   t h e   m a j o r environmental,  economic,  and  social p ro b l e m s   a s s o c i a t e d   w i t h   i n t e n s i v e farming and agriculture.JULY  252 pages, 6 x 9?  pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-1105-6  Environment LegislaturesDavid C. DochertyDocher ty?s  audit  of  legislatures  asks: how  democratic  are  legislative  assem -blies in Canada? He evaluates Canadian legislative performance, and makes rec -ommendations for democratic reform.JULY224 pages, 5.5 x 8.5?  pb $22.95, ISBN 0-7748-1065-3PoliticsCANADIAN DEMOCRATIC AUDITInsiders and OutsidersAlan Cairns and the Reshaping of Canadian CitizenshipG e r a l d   K e r n e r m a n   a n d   P h i l i p Resnick, eds.This  collection  celebrates  the  work  of Alan  C.  Cairns,  one  of  the  most  in?u -ential  Canadian  social  scientists  of  the contemporary period.JULY  378 pages, 6 x 9?  pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-1069-6  PoliticsLAW AND SOCIETY SERIESHumanitarianism, Identity, and NationMigration Laws of Australia and CanadaCatherine DauvergneDauvergne  examines  the  relationship between  migration  laws  and  national i d e n t i t i e s   a n d   h i g h l i g h t s   t h e   ro l e   o f humanitarianism in this linkage.JULY   248 pages, 6 x 9?  pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-1113-7LawImages in Asian Religions  Texts and ContextsPhyllis Granoff and Koichi Shino -hara, eds.A comprehensive and balanced look at the  role  of  images  in  Asian  religions, examining new aspects of the reception of images in religious worship.JULY   396 pages, 60 photos 6 x 9?  pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-0949-3Asian Studies / Religious StudiesASIAN RELIGIONS AND SOCIETYOur Box Was FullAn Ethnography for the Delgamuukw PlaintiffsRichard DalyDaly  explores  the  central  meaning  of the  notion  of  land  in  the  determination of Aboriginal rights with particular refer -ence to the landmark Delgamuukw case in British Columbia.JULY  384 pages, 6 maps, 6 x 9?  pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-1075-0  Law / Native StudiesCanada and the End of EmpirePhilip Buckner, ed.The essays in this volume consider the implications for Canada and Canadians of  British  decolonization  and  the  end of empire.JULY  334 pages, est., 6 x 9?  pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-0916-7  History / International RelationsAdvocacy GroupsLisa Young and Joanna EverittThis Canadian Democratic Audit entry examines advocacy groups as vehicles for change in Canadian society. Young and Everitt examine the ways advocacy groups contribute to or detract from democracy.JULY  174 pages, est., 5.5 x 8.5?  pb $22.95, ISBN 0-7748-1111-0  PoliticsCANADIAN DEMOCRATIC AUDITB i o r e g i o n a l i s m   a n d   C i v i l SocietyDemocratic Challenges to Corporate GlobalismMike CarrIn  contrast  to  unsustainable  globaliza -tion, Carr offers a practical approach to creating  an  economically,  environmen -tally, and culturally sustainable world.JULY  344 pages, est., 6 x 9?  pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-0945-0  Environment / Politics10 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477Every Inch a WomanPhallic Possession, Femininity, and the TextCarellin BrooksA n   e x am i n at i o n  o f   t h e  p o te n ti a l   an d practice  of  phallic  female  masculinity in contemporary culture.DECEMBER  256 pages, est., 6 x 9?  hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1209-5  Gender StudiesSEXUALITY STUDIES SERIESContact ZonesAboriginal and Settler Women in Canada?s Colonial PastKatie Pickles and Myra Rutherdale, eds.T h e   e s s a y s   c o l l e c t e d   h e re   e x a m i n e embodied contacts between Native and settler  women in colonial Canada.OCTOBER  256 pages, est., 6 x 9?  hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1135-8  History / Native StudiesUBC PRESS  |  NEW SCHOLARLY BOOKSCommanding CanadiansThe Second World War Diaries of A.F.C. LayardMichael WhitbyThe  ?rst  comprehensive  personal  ac -count  of  the  inshore  anti-U-boat  cam -paign  in  European  waters  during  the Second World War.SEPTEMBER  400 pages, est., 4 tables, 6 x 9?  hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1193-5  Military HistorySTUDIES IN CANADIAN MILITARY HISTORYCritical Disability TheoryEssays in Philosophy, Politics, Policy, and LawDianne Pothier and Richard DevlinThis  collection  explores  the  possibility  and  potential  for  developing  a  critical theory  of  disability  as  a  new  approach to disability studies.NOVEMBER  352 pages, est., 6 x 9?  hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1203-6Law / Disability StudiesLAW AND SOCIETY SERIESJapan?s Modern ProphetUchimura Kanz?, 1861-1930John F. HowesThis is the spiritual biography of one of Japan?s  foremost  thinkers,  Uchimura Kanz ? .JULY  448 pages, est., 17 b/w illus., 6 x 9?  hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1145-5  Asian Studies / Religious StudiesASIAN RELIGIONS AND SOCIETYCross-Cultural CaringA Handbook for Health Profes -sionals, 2nd editionNancy Waxler-Morrison et al., eds.To  facilitate  culturally  sensitive  caring, this  handbook  offers  valuable  informa -tion on the most common ethnic cultures encountered by health professionals.AUGUST  256 pages, est., 6 x 9?  hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1255-9  pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-1025-4  Health / Social WorkA History of Migration from Germany to Canada, 1850-1939Jonathan WagnerWagner offers a complete examination o f   G e r m a n   m i g r a t i o n   t o   C a n a d a , considering  both  the  conditions  that led  emigrants  to  leave,  as  well  as  the circumstances of their arrival.OCTOBER  352 pages, 6 x 9?hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1215-X  HistoryLaws and Societies in the Canadian Prairie West, 1670-1940Louis A. Kna?a and Jonathan Swainger, eds.A   c o l l e c t i o n   o f   e s s a y s   s t u d y i n g   t h e legal  culture  of  the  prairies  from  the frontier  days  to  the  middle  of  the  20th century.SEPTEMBER  352 pages, 6 x 9?  2 b/w photos, 7 maps  hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1166-8  History / LawHaida GwaiiHuman History and Environment from the Time of Loon to the Time of the Iron PeopleDaryl Fedje and Ralph Mathewes, eds.T h i s   b o o k   p re s e n t s   a s   c o m p l e t e   a picture as possible of past environments and culture on Haida Gwaii.OCTOBER  353 pages, 6 x 9?4 b/w photos, 29 tables, 71 charts  hc $95.00, ISBN 0-7748-0921-3  ArchaeologyGoverning with the CharterLegislative and Judicial Activism and Framers? IntentJames B. KellyKelly examines the question of whether  judicial  activism  is  producing  a  demo -cratic de?cit in Canadian politics.DECEMBER  320 pages, est., 16 tables, 6 x 9?  hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1211-7LawLAW AND SOCIETY SERIESBiopiracyPatents, Plants, and Indigenous KnowledgeIkechi MgbeojiMgbeoji  of fers  a  critical  examination of  the  legal  ownership  and  control  of traditional  knowledge  of  the  uses  of plants.OCTOBER  400 pages, est., 6 x 9?  hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1152-8  Environmental Studies / LawLAW AND SOCIETY SERIESSocial  Policy  and  the  Ethic of CareOlena HankivskyH a n k i v s k y   c o n s i d e r s   t h e   i m p l i c a t i o n of  an  ethic  of  care  for  for  a  range  of Canadian policy issues, and reveals how Canadian social policy may bene?t from a care orientation.JULY  178 pages, 6 x 9?  pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-1071-8  PoliticsStudent AffairsExperiencing Higher EducationLesley Andres and Finola Finlay, eds.This collection addresses the experiences of  students  in  higher  education  today, examining how institutional rhetoric may or may not be re?ected in the reality of students? diverse experiencesJULY  267 pages, 6 x 9?  pb $29.95, ISBN 0-7748-1115-3  EducationNEW PAPERBACKS, Cont?d NEW SCHOLARLY BOOKS11UBC PRESS  |  NEW SCHOLARLY BOOKSProtecting Aboriginal Chil -drenChristopher WalmsleyWalmsley  explores  contemporary  ap -proaches to the well-being of Aboriginal children through interviews with practic -ing social workers.SEPTEMBER  176 pages, est., 6 x 9?  hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1170-6Native Studies / Social WorkMorals and the MediaEthics in Canadian Journalism, Second editionNicholas RussellT h i s   t e x t b o o k   l o o k s   a t   m o r a l i t y   a n d ethics  in  Canadian  journalism  and  the news media.JULY  352 pages, est., 6 x 9?  pb $39.95, ISBN 0-7748-1089-0  Media Studies / Policy StudiesThe Middle-Power ProjectCanada and the Founding of the United NationsAdam ChapnickChapnick  describes  a  de?ning  period in  Canadian  History  ?  Canada?s  par -ticipation  in  the  creation  of  the  United Nations.DECEMBER  240 pages, est., 6 x 9?  hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1247-8  Politics / International RelationsNegotiating Identities in Nineteenth- and Twentieth-Century MontrealBettina Bradbury and Tamara Myers, eds.The essays collected here examine the cultural  complexity  and  richness  of  a modernizing city and its people.SEPTEMBER  336 pages, est., 6 ?gures, 6 x 9?  hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1197-8  HistoryWhen I Was Small ? I Wan KwikwsA Grammatical Analysis of St??t?imc Oral NarrativesLisa MatthewsonThis book is a collection of the personal life stories of four  St??t?imc elders, along with linguistic annotations.DECEMBER  400 pages, 6 x 9?  hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1090-4  Native Studies / LinguisticsFIRST NATIONS LANGUAGES SERIESPrisoners of the Home FrontGerman POWs and ?Enemy Aliens? in Southern Quebec, 1940-46Martin AugerA u g e r   s t u d i e s   G e r m a n   p r i s o n e r s   o f war,  civilians,  and  merchang  seaman detained  in  Canada  during  the  Second World War.OCTOBER  256 pages, est., 6 x 9?  hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1223-0  History / Military HistorySTUDIES IN CANADIAN MILITARY HISTORYS a n c t u a r y,   S o v e r e i g n t y, Sacri?ceCanadian Sanctuary Incidents, Power, and LawRandy K. LippertD r a w i n g   o n   g o v e r n m e n t a l i t y   t h e o r y, Lipper t  examines  sanctuary  practice in Canada.MAY  256 pages, est., 6 x 9?  hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1249-4  LawLAW AND SOCIETY SERIESWith Good IntentionsEurocanadians and the Quest for Justice in Colonial CanadaCelia Haig-Brown and David Nock, eds.This book looks at the work of Europe -ans against colonial injustice at a clearly colonial time in Canadian history.DECEMBER400 pages, 20 b/w photos, 6 x 9?hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1137-4History / Native StudiesReclaiming AdatContemporary Malaysian Film and LiteratureGaik Cheng KhooKhoo  looks  at  the  movement  to  Adat , or  traditional  Malay  custom,  as  a  way of countering Islamic discourse in con -temporary Malay culture.OCTOBER  256 pages, est., 6 x 9?  hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1172-2  Asian Studies / Media StudiesASIAN RELIGIONS AND SOCIETYRacing to the Bottom?Provincial Interdependence in the Canadian FederationKathryn HarrisonHarrison  asks  whether  interprovincial competition  is  leading  to  a  downward spiral in provincial standards.NOVEMBER  288 pages, est., 6 x 9?  hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1225-7  PoliticsMapping Marriage Law in Spanish Gitano CommunitiesSusan DrummondA  combination  of  comparative  law  and legal anthropology applied to the evolu -tion of Spanish Gitano marriage law.SEPTEMBER  304 pages, est., 6 x 9?  hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-0925-6  LawLAW AND SOCIETY SERIESLinking Industry and EcologyA Question of DesignMark C?t?, Ann Dale, and James Tansey, eds.This book explores the origins, promise, and  relevance  of  the  emerging  ?eld  of industrial ecology.NOVEMBER  256 pages, est., 6 ?gures, 6 x 9?  hc $85.00, ISBN 0-7748-1213-3  Environmental StudiesSUSTAINABILITY AND THE ENVIRONMENT12 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477TRANSACTION PUBLISHERSBefore the FallAn Inside View of the   Pre-Watergate White HouseWilliam Sa?reFirst paperback publication ,   with a new preface by the authorW i l l i a m   S a f i re   d i s c u s s e s   N i x o n   a s president, covering the Vietnam War, foreign  policy,  economics,  and  race relations.  He  describes  Nixon  as  a partisan working to form an alignment a c ro s s   p a r t y   l i n e s ,   s u c c e s s f u l   i n many  respects  before  the  president tolerated  the  excesses  that  eventu -a l l y   c o r r u p t e d   h i s   a d m i n i s t r a t i o n . Finally, he reveals Nixon, the person, a s   a   m i x t u re   o f   Wo o d ro w   W i l s o n , Machiavelli, Theodore Roosevelt, and Shakespeare?s Cassius ? an idealistic conniver  evoking  the  strenuous  life while he thinks too much.William  Sa?re   joined  the  New  York Times  in 1973 as a political columnist, and  is  author  of  the  Sunday  column, ? O n   L a n g u a g e . ?   A u t h o r   o f   s e v e r a l books,  including  Freedom,  Full  Dis -closure , and  Scandalmonger , Sa?re is the winner of the 1978 Pulitzer Prize for distinguished commentary.APRIL 2005735 pages, 6 x 9?ISBN 1-4128-0466-3pb $36.95Politics / American History AssassinTheory and Practice   of Political ViolenceJ. Bowyer BellWith a new introduction by Irving Louis HorowitzThe murder of the mighty has long fascinated artists and rebels but only rarely been studied in a schol -arly manner. Dr. Bell combines exist -ing historical evidence with years worth of personal interviews with terrorists in Africa, the Middle East and Europe to provide an incisive study of that enigmatic ?gure, the revolutionary killer. The people studied here are en -gaged in a deadly game. If the past is any indication, political assas -sination will not go away. Assassin will be invaluable to those engaged in preventing political violence and terror and will appeal to readers interested in history and politics.J. Bowyer Bell  (1931-2004) was president of International Analysis Center Inc, a consulting ?rm focus -ing on problems of unconventional law, terrorism, deception, risk analy -sis and crisis management.SEPTEMBER 2005316 pages, 6 x 9?ISBN 1-4128-0509-0  pb $29.95Politics / TerrorismThe Future FactorForces Transforming Human DestinyMichael G. Zey, with a new   introduction by the authorThe Future Factor  offers an optimistic view of the human future.  Michael G. Zey shows how innovations in science and technology are taking global soci -ety into a new era of abundance and prosperity. Zey covers developments in the Internet and virtual reality; bio -genesis, gene therapy and decoding the human genome; ?next generation? ro b o t s ,   s m a r t   m a c h i n e s   a n d   t h e i r i m p a c t   o n   e c o n o m i c   g ro w t h ;   t h e colonization of space and the advent of space tourism; and biotechnologi -cal  breakthroughs  in  agriculture  and food  production.  The  Future  Factor  will be of interest to sociologists, the business community, and anyone fas -cinated by growth and technology.Michael  G.  Zey  is  a  professor  at Montclair  State  University  and  ex -ecutive  director  of  the  Expansionary Institute.  His  ideas  have  appeared in   the   Wall  Street  Journal,  Forbes,  Christian  Science  Monitor,  Futurist, and  Le Monde.   2004308 pages, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7658-0591-XPb $29.95Business / Current AffairsUBC Press is pleased to announce that we are the new Canadian distributor for Transaction PublishersTransaction Publishers is widely acknowledged as a major independent publisher of social science books. Transaction?s mission is scholarly and professional inquiry into the nature of society. Transaction offers publications in older, established disciplines such as economics, political science, history, sociology, an -thropology, psychology, as well as recently established disciplines ranging from area research to urban studies, policy analysis, philosophy of social science, organizational behavior, and criminology.The Stasi Files UnveiledGuilt and Compliance   in a Uni?ed GermanyBarbara MillerThe Stasi Files Unveiled  is a fascinat -ing  investigation  of  modern  German society, speci?cally the Stasi (Ministry for State Security). Barbara Miller ex -amines such aspects of the informer?s experience as: the recruitment proce -dure;  daily  life  and  work;  motivation and  justi?cation.  She  considers  the dealings of politicians and the courts with the Stasi and its employees, then turns to the way this aspect of recent G e r m a n   h i s t o r y   h a s   b e e n   re m e m -bered, and the phenomenal impact of the opening of the ?les on perceptions of  the  past.  The  Stasi  Files  Unveiled will  be  of  interest  to  students  and scholars of Germany before and dur -ing  World  War  II,  as  well  as  readers interested  in  Jewish  studies,  history, and Holocaust Studies.B a r b a r a   M i l l e r   t a u g h t   a n d   r e -s e a rc h e d   i n   G e r m a n y   a n d   A u s t r i a before completing her doctoral thesis in Glasgow in 1997.  2004166 pages, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7658-0811-0    pb $36.95History / Jewish Studies13Between Work and LeisureA Study of the Common Ground of Two Separate WorldsRobert A. StebbinsThe Boomerang AgeTransitions to Adulthood   in FamiliesBarbara A. MitchellOccupational  devotion,  as  de?ned by  Rober t  A.  Stebbins,  is  a  strong and positive attachment to a form of self-enhancing work, where the sense of  achievement  is  high  and  the  core activity,  or  set  of  tasks,  is  endowed with such intense appeal that the line between  work  and  leisure  is  virtually erased. This volume examines condi -tions that attract people to their work in this profound way, and the many ex -ceptional values and intrinsic rewards they  realize  there.    Stebbins  frames occupational  devotion  in  four  broad social  contexts  ?  history,  religion, work, and leisure ? then considers the further subdivisions of gender, social class, and social character.   Between Work and Leisure  will be of interest to those interested in work and occupa -tions,  as  well  as  those  interested  in the quality of their own lives.       Robert A. Stebbins  is faculty profes -sor  in  the  Department  of  Sociology at  the  University  of  Calgary  and  is a  fellow  of  the  Academy  of  Leisure Sciences  and  the  Royal  Society  of Canada.2004136 pages, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7658-0227-9hc $36.95Sociology / WorkTRANSACTION PUBLISHERSDomestic changes are taking place in the lives of young adults in Western in -dustrialized societies. Today?s young people often experience less perma -nency and more movement in and out of  a  variety  of  family-related  roles, statuses,  and  living  arrangements. Among the most prominent changes is the increased phenomenon of ?boo -merang kids,? young adults returning to the parental home after their initial entrance  into  the  adult  social  world. The  Boomerang  Age   explores  the implications  of  this  development  in a changing socio-cultural, economic, and demographic landscape. Barbara A.  Mitchell  provides  key  knowledge on historical and contemporary youth transitions in an international perspec -tive. It will be of interest across many disciplines including the sociology of f a m i l i e s ,   g e ro n t o l o g y,   e c o n o m i c s , and population studies. Barbara  A.  Mitchell   is  associate p r o f e s s o r   i n   t h e   D e p a r t m e n t   o f S o c i o l o g y / A n t h r o p o l o g y   a n d   t h e Department of Gerontology at Simon Fraser UniversityOCTOBER 2005228 pages, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-202-30838-3  hc $42.95Sociology / Family StudiesNew  paperback  edition,  with  a  new introduction by the author. The  links  between  males  in  groups T i g e r   d e s c r i b e s   d e r i v e d   f ro m   o u r evolution as hunters/gatherers. They extend  through  many  other  primate s p e c i e s   a n d   a l s o   a c ro s s   d i v e r s e cultures. Male bonding characterizes human  groups  as  varied  as  the  Vati -can  Council,  the  New  York  Yankees, the  Elks  and  Masons  and  the  secret societies of Sierra Leone and Kenya. The power of Tiger?s book is its identi -?cation of powerful links between men as well as the impact of females and families  on  essentially  male  groups. Men  in  Groups  remains  a  measured and  responsible  but  intrepid  inspec -tion of a major aspect of human social organization  and  personal  behavior. The  book  was  controversial  when  it ?rst  appeared,  and  often  foolishly and unduly scorned. It remains a fun -damental contribution to the emerging s y n t h e s i s   b e t w e e n   t h e   s o c i a l   a n d natural sciences.Lionel  Tiger  is  the  Charles  Darwin Professor of Anthropology at Rutgers University. 2004270 pagesISBN 0-7658-0598-7pb $29.95Anthropology / SociologyMen in Groups   Lionel TigerMilk is the one food that sustains life and  promotes  growth  in  all  newborn mammals, including the human infant. By  its  very  nature,  milk  is  nutritious. Despite  this,  it  has  received  surpris -ingly  little  attention  from  those  inter -ested in the cultural impact of food. In this fascinating volume, Stuart Patton convincingly argues that milk has be -come of such importance and has so many health and cultural implications that everyone should have a basic un -derstanding of it. This book provides this much-needed introduction. Patton provides a wealth of guidance to  help  ordinary  people  deal  with  a r i s i n g   t i d e   o f   c o n f u s i n g   a n d   o f t e n disturbing information. He shows that in addition to its well-known content of essential nutrients, milk is proving to be healthy in previously unanticipated ways. Among such research ?ndings, reported with citations to the original literature in Milk, is milk?s capacity to suppress  obesity.  In  light  of  humani -ty?s necessary concerns with health, enjoyment  of  life,  and  longevity,  Milk is essential reading.Stuart Patton is professor emeritus of food science at Pennsylvania State UniversityAUGUST 2005182 pages, 6x9ISBN 1-4128-0511-2      hc $29.95Public Health / NutritionMilkIts Remarkable Contribution to Human Health and Well-Being  Stuart Patton14 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477EARTHSCAN / JAMES & JAMESUBC Press is pleased to announce that we are the new Canadian distributor for Earthscan / James & James PublishersFormed  by  the  coming-together  of  two  of  the  foremost  publishers  in  environment  science,  technology  and  sustainable  development,  Earthscan  /  James  & James is now becoming recognized as the most important specialist source of must-have information for all those around the world with a keen interest in a sustainable future. Earthscan / James & James seeks to increase understanding of environmental issues and their implications at all levels, to in?uence opinion and policy towards sustainable forms of development and to promote the various businesses, industries and organizations that provide the infrastructure to make this happen. Food WarsThe Global Battle for Mouths, Minds and MarketsTim Lang and Michael HeasmanGlobalization has far-reaching impacts on what we eat and profound implica -tions  for  public  health.  In  developing countries,  the  problems  of  ?Western? diets are found alongside food short -ages.  What  matters  now  is  not  just w h a t   w e   e a t   b u t   h o w   i t   h a s   b e e n produced and distributed ? the global politics of food and health.  Food Wars  describes two food production para -digms that are competing to replace the  dominant  industrial  production model.  One  centres  on  the  life  sci -ences, the other on an ecological ap -proach. Both have strong support but one dominates investment. Both draw on biology but differ in their social and political  understanding.  The  authors argue  that  the  outcome  of  the  ?Food Wars?  is  hugely  impor tant  for  food security and global health.T i m   L a n g   i s   P r o f e s s o r   o f   F o o d Policy  at  City  University  and  author of  The  New  Protectionism .  Michael Heasman  is Visiting Research Fellow at  City  University  and  author  of  The Functional Foods Revolution.2004268 pages, 6 x 9ISBN 1-85383-702-4pb $42.95Current Affairs / Political ScienceLimits to PrivatizationHow to Avoid too Much   of a Good Thing Edited by Ernst Ulrich von Weizs?cker, Oran R. Young   and Matthias FingerDriven by ideology, the IMF and World B a n k ,   a n d   i n d u s t r y,   g o v e r n m e n t s w o r l d w i d e   h a v e   b e e n   p r i v a t i z i n g services ? not just utilities like energy, water and transport, but also health, e d u c a t i o n ,   m e d i a ,   p e n s i o n s ,   e v e n prisons and defence. This  book  is  the  ?rst  thorough  audit of  privatizations  around  the  world. It  shows  how  and  where  they  have worked well, and where they have de -feated their own aims ? with serious consequences. It analyses the factors behind success or failure, and argues for  the  fundamental  impor tance  of democratic  governance  of  the  priva -tization of publicly owned goods. This important book challenges one of the major orthodoxies of our day, and will be a benchmark for future debate.Ernst von Weizs?cker  is a member of German Parliament and past Presi -dent  of  the  Wupper tal  Institute  for Climate, Energy and Environment.A REPORT TO THE CLUB OF ROMEFEBRUARY  2005256 pages, 6 x 9ISBN 1-84407-177-4hc $54.95Economics / PoliticsHow to Win Campaigns100 Steps to SuccessChris RoseWritten for both new and experienced campaigners,  this  is  a  comprehen -sive,  systematic  exploration  of  what works in campaigning, and a practical how-to guide for using principles and strategy  in  campaigning  as  a  new form  of  public  politics.  The  book?s 1 0 0   k e y   s t e p s   a n d   t o o l s   p ro v i d e models  of  motivation,  analysis  and communication structure.Contents include how to begin a cam -paign,  motivating  people,  research and development, mapping, planning, communications,  constructing  cam -paign propositions, news media, how to keep a campaign going, how to use old  and  new  media  and  what  to  do and what not to do. The ?nal chapter reviews  the  bigger  picture,  including why  campaigns  need  brands,  and examines how campaigns became a form of politics.C h r i s   R o s e   i s   a n   e n v i ro n m e n t a l c a m p a i g n e r   a n d   c o m m u n i c a t i o n s c o n s u l t a n t   w h o   h a s   w o r k e d   f o r Greenpeace,  Friends  of  the  Ear th, WWF International and a host of other organizations.MARCH  2005160 pages, 6 x 9ISBN 1-85383-962-0pb 36.95Politics / BusinessHuman and Environmental SecurityAn Agenda for ChangeEdited by Felix Dodds   and Tim PippardS e c u r i t y   i s   o f t e n   s e e n   a s   b a s e d on  military  force,  yet  this  illusion  is c r u m b l i n g   b e f o re   o u r   e y e s   i n   t h e con?ict  zones  of  Iraq,  Afghanistan and  Africa.  It  is  now  clear  that  real human security can only be achieved if the full range of issues that underpin human security  are addressed. This g ro u n d - b re a k i n g   b o o k   t a c k l e s   t h e global human security problem across the range of core issues. The authors i d e n t i f y   t h e   c a u s e s   o f   i n s e c u r i t y, articulate  the  linkages  between  the different elements of human security and  outline  an  agenda  for  engaging stakeholders  from  across  the  globe in building the foundations of genuine and lasting human security for all na -tions and people.Felix Dodds  is the Executive Director of Stakeholder Forum, co-editor of the bestselling  Earth  Summit  2002  and author  of  How  to  Lobby  at  Intergov -ernmental  Meetings .  Tim  Pippard is  Content  Editor  for  Jane?s  Sentinel Security Assessments . AUGUST 20051-84407-214-2320 pages, 6 x 9 pb $42.95Current Affairs / Political Science15EARTHSCAN / JAMES & JAMESSince  the  1960s,  the  world?s  popu -lation  has  more  than  doubled  and agricultural  production  per  person h a s   i n c re a s e d   b y   a   t h i rd ,   l a rg e l y b e c a u s e   o f   w i d e s p re a d   p e s t i c i d e use.  Yet  this  growth  in  production has masked enormous hidden costs ?  massive  ecological  damage  and high  incidences  of  farmer  poisoning and chronic health effects.  In recent years millions of farmers in communities  around  the  world  have been  identifying  harmful  pesticides and  developing  cheaper  and  safer a l t e r n a t i v e s .   T h e   P e s t i c i d e   D e t o x  explores  the  potential  for  the  phas -i n g - o u t   o f   h a z a r d o u s   p e s t i c i d e s and  the  phasing-in  of  cost  effective alternatives  already  available  on  the market.  This  book  makes  clear  that it is time to start the pesticide detox and to move towards a more sustain -able agriculture. Jules Pretty  is Director of the Centre for  Environment  and  Society  at  the University of Essex and author of  Agri-Culture  and  The Living Land.JANUARY 2005240 pages, 6 x 9ISBN 1-84407-142-1pb $ 49.95Agriculture / GeographyEcotourism  is  the  fastest  growing segment of tourism, the world?s larg -est  industry.  Encounters  with  wild animals, be it swimming with dolphins, g o i n g   o n   s a f a r i   o r   b i rd   w a t c h i n g , are  increasingly  popular.  Facing  the Wild  examines  why  people  seek  out animals  in  their  natural  environment, what  the  desire  for  this  experience tells us about the meanings of animals and nature in contemporary industrial -ized  societies,  and  whether  visitors change their environmental perspec -tives  and  behaviour  as  a  result.  The book explores the contradictions and ambivalence  that  so  many  people experience  in  the  presence  of  ?wild nature? ? in loving it we may diminish it  and  in  the  act  of  wanting  to  see it  we  may  destroy  it.  Ultimately  the book  makes  a  case  for  ?respectful stewardship?  of  a  ?hybrid  nature?  and provides insight for both practitioners and ecotourists alike.  Chilla Bulbeck  is Professor of Wom -en?s Studies at Adelaide University.JANUARY 2005288 pages, 6 x 9ISBN 1-84407-138-3pb $42.95Environment / Cultural StudiesAgainst  Extinction  tells  the  story  of conservation from its origins in 1903 to  the  present  day.  However,  this book is not simply an account of what happened,  but  rather  it  is  about  why it happened. Adams examines the big questions and ideas that have driven conservation  for  a  century.  How  can the  diversity  of  life  be  maintained  as human demands on the earth expand seemingly without end? How can you reconcile  preservation  with  human rights and the development needs of the poor? Is conservation something that needs to be imposed on people, or  is  it  only  something  that  emerges f ro m   p e o p l e ?s   f re e   c h o i c e ?   T h e s e have never been easy questions and the answers, as Adams reveals, have been even more dif?cult.Bill Adams  is Reader in Conservation and Development in the Department of Geography, University of Cambridge. He is the author of  Future Nature and editor of Decolonizing Nature.PUBLISHED WITH FLORA & FAUNA                INTERNATIONAL2004256 pages, 6 x 9ISBN 1-84407-056-5pb $42.95Environment / EcologyThis  de?nitive  handbook  launches  a new chapter in cetacean conservation with  its  investigation  into  the  habitat needs  and  protection  requirements of  some  84  species  of  whales,  dol -phins and porpoises. The ?rst part of the  book  outlines  the  principles  for creating  the  best  possible  MPAs  for cetaceans, stemming from the identi -?cation of critical habitats and based on  an  inclusive  process  involving  all stakeholders. The second part covers each of the 18 marine regions around the  world,  included  marine  region maps  and  tables  outlining  proposed and existing MPAs, detailed checklists for creating and implementing MPAs, an explanation of biosphere reserves, and relevant international legislation. The  book  also  looks  at  regulation  of international  trade  and  hunting,  ?sh -eries  agreements  and  promotion  of whale watching and ecotourism. Erich Hoyt is Senior Research Asso-ciate  of  the  Whale  and  Dolphin  Con -servation  Society  and  Co-director  of the Far East Russia Orca Project. OCTOBER  2004384 pages, 6 x 9ISBN 1-84407-064-6pb $49.95Natural History / EnvironmentThe Pesticide DetoxTowards a More Sustainable AgricultureEdited by Jules PrettyFacing the WildEcotourism, Conservation   and Animal EncountersChilla BulbeckAgainst ExtinctionThe Story of ConservationWilliam M. AdamsMarine Protected   Areas for Whales, Dolphins and PorpoisesA World Handbook for   Cetacean Habitat ConservationErich Hoyt16 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477JESSICA KINGSLEY PUBLISHERS Understanding How Asperger Children and Adolescents Think and LearnCreating Manageable Environments for AS Paula JacobsenUnderstanding How Asperger Children and Adoles -cents Think and Learn  helps educators appreciate the learning process and improve its effectiveness for students with Asperger Syndrome. The author provides a compelling inside view of how AS pupils perceive  and  understand  what  goes  on  in  the classroom,  and  how  they,  in  turn,  are  perceived by fellow pupils and teachers. She adopts a prag -matic  approach  to  improving  communications  in the  classroom  and  offers  practical  strategies  to increase  mutual  understanding  and  create  a  re -warding and supportive learning environment. The book also includes many illuminating accounts of speci?c children?s experiences. This book is a key resource for educators and parents of AS children and  provides  invaluable  guidance  and  strategies for professionals who need to understand how AS pupils learn and communicate. Paula Jacobsen,  a Licensed Clinical Social Worker,    is also the author of Asperger Syndrome and Psychotherapy,  published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers.SEPTEMBER  2005128 pages, 6 x 9 ISBN 1-84310-804-6 pb $29.95 Autism and Asperger Syndrome? ALSO OF INTERESTPretending To Be NormalLiving with Asperger?s SyndromeLiane Holliday Willey1999, 173 pages, 23 b/w photos, 6 x 9? ISBN  1-85302-749-9 , pb $29.95Autism and Asperger SyndromeTeaching Children with Autism and Related Spectrum DisordersAn Art and a ScienceChristy L. MagnusenForeword by Tony AttwoodBased on twenty-?ve years of teaching and working with children who have Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASDs),  Christy  L.  Magnusen  contends  that  it  is those  teachers  who  can  blend  the  ?science?  of education  methodology  with  the  ?art?  of  teaching who are best able to reach these children. Examin -ing  both  these  aspects  of  teaching,  she  takes  a fresh look at established and more recent teaching methods such as structuring spaces, emphasizing language  and  planning  strategies  for  transition and  generalization,  and  then  explores  the  art  of implementation:  why,  when  and  how  these  tech -niques should be applied. By highlighting workable solutions to everyday problems, and emphasizing that teachers need to understand techniques  and  have the ability to adapt them to the situation that faces them, this book will be invaluable to all those involved in teaching children with ASDs.D r   C h r i s t y   L .   M a g n u s e n     h a s   d e v o t e d   h e r professional  career  to  reaching  and  teaching children with ASDs and is the co-editor of  Autism: C l i n i c a l   a n d   R e s e a r c h   I s s u e s .   S h e   t e a c h e s graduate  level  course  work  at  Southern  Illinois University and is a mother of four.OCTOBER  2005 288 pages, 6 x 9ISBN 1-84310-747-3 pb $29.95Autism and Asperger SyndromeRevealing the Hidden Social CodeSocial Stories? for People with Autistic Spectrum DisordersMarie Howley and Eileen ArnoldForeword by Carol GrayThe Social Stories? approach is a key technique for  teaching  social  and  life  skills  to  children  with autistic  spectrum  disorders.  This  text,  endorsed by the originator of Social Stories?, Carol Gray, offers    guidance  for  professionals,  parents  and carers on how to write successful Social Stories? that will help develop the autistic spectrum child?s understanding of social interaction.The  book  outlines  the  kinds  of  social  challenges that  people  with  ASD  may  experience  and  high -lights  the  importance  of  learning  social  skills  in meaningful  contexts.  An  extended  review  of  the guidelines  for  writing  Social  Stories?  will  help writers to develop their stories.  They provide ex -amples from their own professional experience, as well as advice on presentation and implementation. Revealing the Hidden Social Code  is essential read -ing for any professional, parent, carer or teacher wanting  to  employ  Social  Stories?  to  develop social understanding in people with ASDs.Marie Howley is a Senior Lecturer at University College, Northampton. She has over ten years? experience as a specialist teacher working with children with autistic spectrum disordersSEPTEMBER  2005 224 pages, 6 x 9ISBN 1-84310-222-6 pb $29.95Autism and Asperger Syndrome? ALSO OF INTERESTMy Social Stories BookEdited by Carol Gray and Abbie Leigh White  2002, 141 pages, 23 b/w photos, 6 x 9?ISBN 1-85302-950-5, pb $25.95Autism and Asperger Syndrome? ALSO OF INTERESTIncorporating Social Goals in the ClassroomRebecca A. Moyes2003 , 420  pages, 6 x 9?ISBN 1-85302-967-X , pb $27.95Autism and Asperger Syndrome1717JESSICA KINGSLEY PUBLISHERSDifferent Like MeMy Book of Autism HeroesJennifer ElderDifferent  Like  Me  introduces  children  aged  8?12 years  to  famous,  inspirational  ?gures  from  the world of science, art, maths, literature, philosophy and  comedy.  Eight-year-old  Quinn,  a  young  boy with  Asperger?s  Syndrome,  tells  young  readers about the achievements and characteristics of his autism heroes. They are united by the fact that they often found it dif?cult to ?t in ? just like Quinn. Fully illustrated in colour, this book will be a wonderful resource for children, particularly with autism, their parents,  teachers,  and  siblings.  Quinn?s  autism heroes  include   Albert  Einstein.  Dian  Fossey.  Andy Warhol.  Benjamin  Banneker.  Andy  Kaufman.  Wassily Kandinsky.  Julia  Bowman  Robinson.  Piet  Mondrian. Alan  Turing.  Sophie  Germain.  Lewis  Carroll.  Isaac Newton.  Nikola  Tesla.  Paul  Erdos.  Glenn  Gould.  Im -manuel  Kant.  Barbara  McClintock.  Joseph  Cornell. Hans Christian Andersen. Temple Grandin. Jennifer Elder  is assistant editor in a book publishing company. She and her husband have two sons, one of whom has ASD. You can read more about their family in the memoirs  Sixpence House and Not Even Wrong.OCTOBER  2005 60 pages, 21 colour illus., 6 x 9? ISBN 1-84310-815-1 hc $19.95Autism and Asperger Syndrome? ALSO OF INTERESTSpecial Brothers and SistersStories and Tips for Siblings of Children with Special Needs, Disability or Serious IllnessAnnette Hames and Monica McCaffrey, eds.August 2005, 64 pages, 6 x 9?ISBN 1-84310-383-4, pb $19.95Autism and Asperger SyndromeThis  engaging  colour  illustrated  book  explores the  dif?culties  faced  by  ?frogs  with  a  different croak?. Aimed at children with autism and related s p e c t r u m   c o n d i t i o n s ,   Te a c h e r   To a d ?s   l e s s o n s pick up on social and physical dif?culties and the kind  of  behaviours  that  can  get  young  frogs  into trouble.  Each  lesson  gives  practical  advice  on issues  covering  everything  from  hard-to-break habits to physical coordination dif?culties. Without using  ?labels?,  Midori  Ochiai  writes  about  a  range of  conditions  in  a  child-friendly,  non-threatening way that encourages a positive and fun approach to understanding, accepting and accommodating difference. A detailed appendix covers the condi -tions from a medical perspective. Ideal for reading with  children,  this  book  will  be  helpful  to  parents and professionals. Midori Ochiai lives in Japan and was diagnosed with  Asperger  Syndrome  (AS)  at  the  age  of  41. Based  on  her  experiences  of  raising  two  sons she wrote  Different Croaks for Different Folks . She currently writes about the education of children on the autism spectrum.OCTOBER  2005 96 pp 6 x 9? ISBN 1-84310-392-3 hc $19.95Autism and Asperger SyndromeDifferent Croaks   for Different Folks All About Children   with Special Learning Needs Midori Ochiai? ALSO OF INTERESTRelationship Development Intervention   with Young ChildrenSteven E. Gutstein2002, 331  pages, 6 x 9?ISBN 1-84310-714-7, pb $35.95Autism and Asperger SyndromeRelated titles available from Jessica Kingsley PublishersFreaks, Geeks, and Asperger SyndromeA User Guide to Adolescence Luke Jackson, Foreword by Tony Attwood  2003, 217 pages, 6 x 9?ISBN 1-84310-098-3, pb $24.95Autism and Asperger SyndromeAsperger?s Syndrome in the FamilyRede?ning NormalLiane Holliday Willey2005, 224 pages, 6 x 9?ISBN 1-84310-189-0, pb $29.95Autism and Asperger SyndromeChildren, Youth and Adults with Asperger SyndromeEdited by Kevin P. Stoddart2005, 336 pages, 6 x 9?ISBN 1-84310-319-2, pb $44.95Autism and Asperger SyndromeDifferent MindsGifted Children With AD/HD, Asperger Syndrome, and other Learning De?citsDeirdre V. Lovecky2004, 528 pages, 6 x 9?ISBN 1-85302-964-5, pb $29.95Autism and Asperger SyndromePersonal Hygiene  What?s that Got to Do with Me?Pat Crissey2005, 80 pages, 7 x 9.5?ISBN 1-84310-796-1, pb $24.95Autism and Asperger SyndromeSurvival Strategies for ParentingGeorge T. Lynn 2005, 240 pages, 6 x 9?ISBN 1-85302-921-1, pb $24.95Autism and Asperger SyndromeCHILDREN?S BOOK CHILDREN?S BOOK18 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477JESSICA KINGSLEY PUBLISHERSSurvival Strategies for People on the Autism Spec -trum is an accessible and practical self-help guide for people with autism spectrum disorders (ASDs), written by an author who himself experiences the challenges and behavioural traits associated with ASDs.   Fleisher?s  comprehensive  guide  gives advice  and  practical  suggestions  on  how  people with  ASDs  can  manage  daily  life  and  independ -ence  successfully.  From  how  to  use  electrical appliances safely to preparing for a journey using public  transport,  the  author  covers  a  wide  range of everyday situations.  Survival Strategies will be an  invaluable  source  of  advice  and  reassurance for  people  with  ASDs  across  a  wide  age  range. It  also  gives  important  insights  for  relatives  and friends of people on the autism spectrum and for professionals working with them in an educational or therapeutic capacity.Marc  Fleisher   was  diagnosed  with  Asperger?s Syndrome  at  the  age  of  11.  A  public  speaker  on autism,  he  holds  a  masters  degree  in  math  from Brunel  University  and  is  the  author  of  Making Sense of the Unfeasible , also published by Jessica Kingsley Publishers.NOVEMBER 2005 176 pages, 6 x 9?ISBN 1-84310-261-7 pb $24.95Autism and Asperger SyndromeSurvival Strategies   for People on the Autism SpectrumMarc FleisherUnderstanding the   Nature of Autism and Asperger?s DisorderEdward R. RitvoForeword by Tony AttwoodUnderstanding the Nature of Autism and Asperger?s Disorder  is a warm and upbeat introduction to the ?basic  nature?  of  autism  and  Asperger?s  disorder that clearly explains the clinical pictures, possible causes,  effects,  life  course,  and  interventions. The  book  explores  the  most  important  facts  and recent  ?ndings  about  the  disorders,  stresses the  importance  of  obtaining  a  thoughtful,  careful diagnosis and outlines the wide range of available interventions,  including  behavior  therapy,  social skills training, and supported group living, speech and language therapy, medication, and sports and hobbies. Dr. Ritvo also opens his casebook to read -ers, providing illuminating case examples of people of  all  ages  affected  by  autism  and  Asperger?s disorder. Ritvo?s accessible and positive approach and clear explanations make this a must-read for anyone affected by, or with an interest in, autism spectrum disorders.Edward  R.  Ritvo   is  Professor  Emeritus  at  the UCLA School of Medicine in California, USA. OCTOBER  2005176 pages, 6 x 9?1-84310-814-3pb $24.95Autism and Asperger SyndromeKids in the Syndrome Mix  is a concise, up-to-date, all-in-one guide to the whole range of often co-exist -ing  neuro-behavioral  disorders  in  children  ?  from attention  de?cit  hyperactivity  disorder  (ADHD), o b s e s s i v e - c o m p u l s i v e   d i s o r d e r,   a n d   b i p o l a r disorder,  to  autistic  spectrum  disorders.  Dr.  Kut -scher provides accessible information on causes, symptoms, interactions with other conditions, and treatments. He presents effective behavioral strat -egies for responding to children who display traits of these disorders ? whether at home, at school, or  in  other  settings  ?  along  with  case  vignettes and  practical  tips.  The  author?s  sympathetic  yet upbeat  approach  and  skillful  explanations  of  the inner world of children in the syndrome mix make this an invaluable companion for parents, teachers, and professionals.Martin L. Kutscher   is currently Assistant Clinical Professor of Pediatrics and Neurology at the New York  Medical  College.  Tony  Attwood   is  author of  the  classic  Asperger?s  Syndrome:  A  Guide  for Parents  and  Professionals .  Robert  R.  Wolff  is a  member  of  the  Departments  of  Pediatrics  and Neurology at the New York Medical College.JULY  2005 240 pages, 6 x 9?ISBN 1-84310-810-0 pb $24.95  Autism and Asperger SyndromeKids in the Syndrome   Mix of ADHD, LD, Asperger?s, Tourette?s, Bipolar, and More!Martin L. Kutscher MD? ALSO OF INTERESTMental Health Aspects of Autism and As -perger SyndromeMohammad Ghaziuddin2005, 224 pages, 6 x 9? ISBN 1-84310-727-9, pb $19.95Autism and Asperger Syndrome? ALSO OF INTERESTPeople with Autism Behaving BadlyJohn Clements2005, 224  pages, 6 x 9?ISBN 1-84310-765-1, pb $24.95Autism and Asperger Syndrome? ALSO OF INTERESTAsperger?s Syndrome GuideTony Attwood1997, 224  pages, 6 x 9?ISBN 1-85302-577-1, pb $19.95Autism and Asperger Syndrome19191919191919JESSICA KINGSLEY PUBLISHERSR e a l i z i n g   t h e   C o l l e g e   D re a m   w i t h   A u t i s m   o r Asperger  Syndrome   is  both  a  practical  and  a personal account of one ASD student?s successful experience  of  going  to  college.  This  accessible book focuses on how to get there and stay there: deciding to go, how to get in and how to get the most  out  of  it.  Ann  Palmer  advises  parent  and professionals  how  to  prepare  the  student  for  the transition from school and home life to a new en -vironment and educational challenge, and how to support them through potential problems such as academic pressure, living away from home, social integration and appropriate levels of participation in  college.  This  book  is  essential  reading  for  any parent  considering  college  as  an  option  for  their child,  disability  service  providers  in  colleges  and for ASD students themselves.A n n   P a l m e r   lives  in  Nor th  Carolina  with  her husband  and  three  children,  one  of  whom,  Eric, was  diagnosed  with  autism  when  he  was  two years old. September 2005 176  pages, 6 x 9?ISBN 1-84310-801-1 pb $24.95Autism and Asperger SyndromeRealizing the College DreamA Parent?s Guide to Student   SuccessAnn Palmer? ALSO OF INTERESTSucceeding in College with Asperger SyndromeA Student GuideJohn Harpur, Maria Lawlor, and Michael Fitzgerald2005, 272  pages, 6 x 9?ISBN 1-84310-201-3, pb $27.95Autism and Asperger SyndromeAt Work in Life?s GardenGrowing the Soul through ParentingEdited by Sarah Conover and Tracy SpringberryIn this collection well-known writers tell their personal stories about how the wonder, the chaos, and the pain of raising children has led them to engage more deeply with the world, with themselves, and with other people. The essays reveal the ways parenting transforms parents as well as children. Some writers are practicing Catholics, Protestants, Jews, or Buddhists, while others claim no particular religious or spiritual af?liation.IntroductionsTracy Springberry, Sarah ConoverWakingLife ? Alexandra FullerBoundary Loss ? Noel OxenhandlerMountain Music I ? Scott Russell SandersGardening with the Raucous Fairy ? Tracy SpringberryDeadfall ? Jack NisbetExpecting Adam ? Martha BeckChildren in the Woods ? Barry LopezPalsy ? Beth KephartStruggles with LoveThe Driving Lesson ? Gerald EarlyAshes ? Anne LamottThe End of Summer ? Debra GwartneyCivil Disobedience at Breakfast ? Barbara KingsolverSolomon?s Blanket ? Marjorie SandorKicking and Screaming (But Going Anyway) ? Gina PetrieDemon?s Looking Glass ? Nadine ChapmanRoom for One More ? Nancy MairsEmbracing Life At Blackhorse Lake ? Jonathan JohnsonTheory of Falling Bodies ? Cora SchenbergOrdinary Time ? Dan ButterworthSaved ? Jess WalterEmmanuel ? Laura Read2:45 pm ? Marion WinikBirthing a New World ? Rosemary Bray McNattThe Rabbi?s Garage ? Elizabeth WhartonDharma and Damnation ? Sarah ConoverHopey Stories ? Brian DoyleSarah  Conover  lives  with her husband and two children i n   S p o k a n e ,   Wa s h i n g t o n , where  she  teaches  English at a public high school. She is the author of three books on  world  religion  including K i n d n e s s :   A   T r e a s u r y o f   B u d d h i s t   W i s d o m   f o r Children  and  Parents   and A y a t   J a m i l a h   /   B e a u t i f u l Signs: A Treasury of Islamic W i s d o m   f o r   C h i l d re n   a n d P a r e n t s ,   w i n n e r   o f   t h e 2004 Aesop Prize from the American Folklore Society. T r a c y   S p r i n g b e r r y ? s e s s a y s   h a v e   a p p e a re d   i n T h e   S u n ,   T h e   C h r i s t i a n S c i e n c e   M o n i t o r   a n d   o n Spokane  Public  Radio.  She lives in Cheney, Washington, with  her  three  sons  and  is studying  to  be  a  Unitarian Universalist minister.OCTOBER 2005160 pages, 7.5 x 7.5?ISBN 1-59766-006-Xpb $24.95Parenting / SpiritualityTHIS LITTLE LIGHT OF MINE SERIESEASTERN WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY PRESS20 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY PRESSEver BloomingThe Art of Bonnie HallBonnie Hall, Edited by James D. HallForeword by Robert Michael PyleAfter a long and accomplished career in scienti?c illustration, Bonnie Hall turned with wonder and determination to the art of  screenprinting. Resolved to ?share the privileged close scrutiny of nature? that she had enjoyed, Hall created her ?rst screenprint in 1992 while undergoing chemotherapy for breast cancer. Over the next twelve years, she cre -ated screenprints of Paci?c Northwest wild?owers, ferns, and butter -?ies?natural history portraits in simple, sharp-edged planes of brilliant color. Inspired by old botanical prints and motivated by a desire to draw attention to ?the overlooked, undervalued, or threatened wild things native to our Paci?c Northwest landscape,? Hall produced scienti?cally accurate prints that revealed the personality, life stages, and the very essence of her subjects?what a fellow artist aptly called the ?gesture? of each plant.Ever Blooming collects the thirty-three large serigraphs and ?ve smaller ferns that Hall created in the last years of her life, along with Hall?s own text describing each plant and butter?y. Her narratives are rich in detail and informed by thorough study into plant distribution, life histories, use by Native Americans, taxonomic discoveries, and conservation issues. Taken as a whole, the work is a sparkling con?uence of science and art. For botanists, wild?ower enthusiasts, gardeners, and artists, as well as anyone who loves the Paci?c Northwest wilderness,  Ever Blooming  offers a singular glimpse of the natural world as seen through the eyes of a gifted and inspired artist. ?Bonnie Hall and her exquisite art created one of the loveliest gardens ever grown of our region?s ?oral treasures. From violets to shooting stars, fritillarias to ferns, and a bursting bouquet of irises, Bonnie captured the color, form, and personality of Northwest ?owers with the simplicity of Henry Evans and the exuberance of a Dutch Master?s still life. As a beautiful bonus, splendid portraits of ?ve special Northwest butter?ies linger among the wild?owers they love. Bonnie Hall?s wild -?owers are her great gift to us all ? long may they bloom!?? Robert Michael PyleBonnie  Hall   (1931-2004) was  a  graduate  of  the  Uni -versity  of  Oregon  and  the University of California, Ber -keley.  She began her career as  a  scienti?c  illustrator  at the  University  of  Michigan Museum,  later  joining  the Department  of  Entomology at  Oregon  State  University, where she worked for thirty years.  She  and  James  D. Hall, now Professor Emeri -tus  of  Fisheries  at  Oregon State  University,  were  mar -ried  for  for ty-eight  years. Robert  Michael  Pyle  is  a noted naturalist and the au -thor of many books, includ -ing  Butter?ies of Cascadia , C h a s i n g   M o n a r c h s ,   a n d Wintergreen,  winner  of  the John  Burroughs  Medal  for Natural History Writing. OCTOBER 200596 pages, 9 x 9?38 full colour illus.ISBN 0-87071-116-4hc $29.95Art / BotanyThe Romantic Vision of Michael BrophyRock HushkaI n   h i s   e x t r a o rd i n a r y   w o r k   t h e   O re g o n   p a i n t e r M i c h a e l   B ro p h y   e x p l o re s   t h e   i n t e r s e c t i o n s   o f history,  forest  ecology,  and  the  rich  tradition  of landscape  painting.  Through  images  that  depict the brutal and savage beauty of the altered land -scapes  of  the  Nor thwest?s  rivers,  forests,  and mountains,  he  engages  the  social  and  political forces  reshaping  national  dialogues  that  de?ne e n v i ro n m e n t a l   p re s e r v a t i o n   a n d   s u s t a i n a b l i t y. Brophy?s art reassesses the historical events and decisions that shaped the West. Focusing on the impact  of  the  past  on  the  present,  Brophy  sees this  historic  legacy  as  crucial  to  understanding the  contemporary  world  and  as  a  guide  to  shap -ing the future.Brophy?s paintings are not simple, moral lessons. Rather, this art offers a lens to rethink easily held assumptions about the environment and the history of  the  American  West.  Brophy?s  scenes  of  defor -estation and economic progress serve to illuminate the complexities, contradictions, and irony of long-standing environmental policies and the American relationship with the Western landscape.Rock  Hushka  is  a  curator  at  the  Tacoma  Ar t Museum. He is the author of  Lewis and Clark Ter -ritory:  Contemporary  Artists  Revisit  Place,  Race, and Memory,  among other books. DISTRIBUTED FOR TACOMA ART MUSEUMJULY 200580 pages, 80 colour illus., 8 x 10?ISBN 0-295-98528-3pb $24.95Art / Environmental StudiesUNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON PRESS2121UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON PRESSThe Orphan Tsunami of 1700Japanese Clues to a Parent Earthquake   in North AmericaBrian F. Atwater et al.The  outside  world  scarcely  knew  of  nor th -western  Nor th  America  in  the  year  1700. The  Paci?c  coast,  from  southcentral  Alaska to  Oregon?s  Cape  Blanco,  was  unchar ted until  the  Spanish  and  English  explorations o f   t h e   1 7 7 0 s .   Ye t ,   w h e n   t e c t o n i c   p l a t e s suddenly  shifted  there  in  1700,  effects  of the event reached the outside world within a day?s time. The plate motion set off a train of ocean  waves  ?  a  tsunami  that  sped  across the  Paci?c  Ocean.  When  the  waves  came a s h o re   i n   J a p a n ,   t h e y   f l o o d e d   f i e l d s   a n d washed  away  houses.  Samurai,  merchants, and villagers recorded the mysterious event, but  they  observed  no  storm  and  felt  no  par -ent  earthquake.  In  Japan,  this  tsunami  was an orphan.T h e   O r p h a n   Ts u n a m i   o f   1 7 0 0   t e l l s   t h i s transpaci?c detective story by presenting its primary  sources,  Japanese  documents  and North American sediments and tree rings. The sources tell of a catastrophe, a century before Lewis and Clark?s expedition, that now guides preparations for future earthquakes and tsu -namis in the United States and Canada.Brian F. Atwater  is a U.S. Geological Survey geologist and an af?liate professor of earth sciences at the University of Washington. Satoko Musumi  is a fellowship coordinator at the United Nations University, Yokohama. Satake Kenji  is deputy director of the Active Fault Research Center for the Geological Survey of Japan. Tsuji Yoshinobu  is associate professor at the Earthquake Research Institute, University of Tokyo.  Ueda Kazue is retired from the Earthquake Research Unit, University of Tokyo. David K. Yamaguchi is a statistician at the University of Washington. ?Paddling around the salt marshes and tidal ?ats of Washington State, Atwater discovered evidence of earthquakes and giant waves of a magnitude that seemed, to many, inconceivable ?until late last year, when a tsunami of similar power tore across the Indian Ocean, killing more than 200,000.? ? Time Magazine, naming Brian Atwater one of the 100 most signi?cant people of 2005OCTOBER 2005144 pages, 8 ? x 11?325 illus., 280 in colorISBN 0-295-98535-6pb $32.95Environment / GeologyThe Art of EthnographyA Chinese ?Miao Album?Translated by David Deal and Laura Hostetler  Preface by Charles McKhannThe  Art  of  Ethnography  is  a  fully  illustrated translation  of  a  ?Miao  album?  ?  a  Chinese genre  originating  in  the  eighteenth  century that used prose, poetry, and detailed illustra -tions to represent minority ethnic groups living in frontier regions under imperial Chinese con -trol. These bound collections of hand-painted illustrations  and  handwritten  text  reveal  how imperial China viewed culturally ?other? fron -tier  populations.  They  also  contain  valuable information for anthropologists, geographers, and historians, and are coveted by art collec -tors for their beautiful imagery. This  lovely  volume  reproduces  each  of  the eighty-two illustrations from the original album and  the  corresponding  Chinese  calligraphic text,  along  with  an  annotated  English  trans -lation.  Each  entry  depicts  a  different  ethnic group residing in Guizhou, in southwest China. The  album  is  anonymous  and  dates  from sometime after 1797.Laura Hostetler?s introduction discusses the genesis  and  evolution  of  the  Miao  album genre and the socio-political context in which the albums were ?rst made, the ethnographic content  of  the  texts,  the  composition  of  the illustrations, and the albums? authorship and production.  Color  illustrations  from  other Miao  albums  and  comparable  works  from other cultures give the reader a sense of the chromatic richness of Miao album illustrations and of their place in world ethnography.David Deal  (1939-2001) was professor of history at Whitman College.  Laura Hostetler  is associate professor of history at the University of Illinois at Chicago.?This book is a highly unusual and valuable project, comprising a dif?cult translation of a rare text. It will be valued among the studies of visual representations that have emerged in postcolonial studies.? ? Louisa Schein, Rutgers University, author of  Minority Rules: The Miao and the Feminine in China?s Cultural Politics   DECEMBER 2005208 pages, 6 x 9?180 illus., 16 in colorISBN 0-295-98543-7hc $49.95Asian Studies / ArtSTUDIES ON ETHNIC GROUPS IN CHINA22 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON PRESSA Life DisturbedMy Paci?c War RevisitedMerrel ClubbAn  exceptional  storyteller  with  an  analytical  eye, Merrel Clubb has gathered the letters he sent his parents  from  the  Paci?c  Theater  of  World  War  II and his subsequent re?ections on that war and on his  life  into  a  kind  of  then  and  now  memoir.  The letters are a treasure trove of humor, anxiety, and hope, revealing a young man thrust into a war that he does not understand. Through this exceptional portal on the past, we learn of the tragic absurdity of  war,  of  a  soldier  trained  for  naval  warfare  and then sent into land battle with weapons he?d never before  ?red;  of  command  post  latrines  at  which even commanding of?cers were sitting ducks; of the ghoulish trophies and mementos that soldiers collected from the battle?elds.For Clubb, as for so many veterans, the war does not  end  with  the  victory  over  Japan.  Despite  the intervening  years,  Clubb  ?nds  that  the  haunting experiences of over half a century ago echo still. Even  in  the  solitude  of  the  forest,  in  the  hunting parties  he  meets,  in  the  animals  he  himself  kills, he  hears  again  the  sound  of  battle,  sees  again the  faces  of  the  victims  of  war.  Part  letters,  part memoir,  and  part  scholarly  analysis,  this  volume ranges  over  a  vast,  colorful,  and  weighted  terri -tory,  exploring  the  psychological  terrain  of  a  life disturbed, and forever changed, by war.Merrel Clubb is professor emeritus of English at the University of Montana.NOVEMBER 2005240 pages, 5.5 x 8.5?ISBN 0-295-98536-4hc $32.95History / MemoirVigilante NewspapersA Tale of Sex, Religion,   and Murder in the NorthwestGerald J. BaldastyThis  riveting  book  documents  the  role  the  media played  in  two  murders  revolving  around  charis -matic  ?Holy  Roller?  evangelist  Edmund  Cref?eld, who  arrived  in  Corvallis  in  1903.  When  female followers began refusing to speak to their nonbe -lieving  husbands,  vigilantes  tarred  and  feathered Cref?eld,  forcing  him  to  ?ee  to  Seattle.  There, Cref?eld was murdered by George Mitchell, whose defence of sister Esther?s honor was applauded by news media, and George was acquitted. However, Esther  then  shot  him  dead  at  Union  Station  and another moralizing media frenzy broke out. Esther was  hospitalized  and  committed  suicide  a  few years after her release. Gerald Baldasty?s examina -tion of media coverage shows how ?ercely media protected traditional mores.  Vigilante Newspapers  illustrates how the media de?ned social deviance using vague concepts such as hysteria and tempo -rary insanity, vigorously defending the established order of religious, class, and gender norms.Gerald Baldasty is chair and professor of Com -munication and adjunct professor of Women Stud -ies at the University of Washington. NOVEMBER 2005192 pages, 6 x 9?20 b/w illus.ISBN 0-295-98529-1pb $29.95Journalism / HistoryThe Linguistics of Lying and Other EssaysHarald WeinrichTranslated and Introduced by Jane K. Brown and Marshall BrownThis  volume  of  essays  brings  to  English  readers the work one of Europe?s most eminent scholars. Like  all  of  Weinrich?s  books,  The  Linguistics  of Lying  is  written  clearly,  elegantly,  and  wittily  for a  broad  general  audience.  Lying,  he  argues,  is  a function not of words, but of sentences; it belongs to the semantic aspect of language. His survey of the different ways in which language is untrue links linguistic  and  literary  categories  in  unexpected fashion  to  anthropology,  sociology,  ethics  and, ?nally, good manners.Harald  Weinrich  has  served  as  chair  for  Euro -pean  studies  at  the  Coll?ge  de  France,  chair  of Romance  philology  and  literature  at  Christian-Albrechts-University  in  Kiel  and  at  the  University of  Cologne,  and  chair  of  linguistics  at  Bielefeld University,  where  he  also  directed  the  Center  for Interdisciplinary  Research.  Jane  K.  Brown   is professor of Germanics and comparative literature and  Marshall  Brown  is  professor  of  English  at the University of Washington.JANUARY 2005176 pages, 4.5 x 7?ISBN 0-295-98549-6pb $24.95 Literary StudiesLITERARY CONJUGATIONSA ROBERT B. HEILMAN BOOK? ALSO OF INTERESTMurdering Holiness The Trials of Franz Cref?eld and George MitchellJim Phillips and Rosemary Gardner2003 , 425  pages, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-0906-X, hc $34.95History / Law23UNIVERSITY OF NEW SOUTH WALES PRESSIndonesia?s StruggleJemaah Islamiyahand the Soul of IslamGreg BartonIndonesian  authorities  responded  quickly  to  the Bali  bombing,  tracking  down  leading  Jemaah  Is -lamiyah ?gures and bringing them to trial. Despite a  subsequent  attack  in  Jakarta,  the  attention  of many people in the West has shifted to the Middle East  and  potential  threats  to  Europe.  Yet  JI  has the  potential  to  mount  new  terrorist  attacks  and destabilize the world?s largest Muslim country.In  this  timely  book,  Greg  Barton  traces  the  reli -gious,  cultural,  and  political  development  of  JI, and argues that it has important features in com -mon  with  other  organizations  linked  to  al-Qaeda. Based  on  extensive  research  in  Indonesia,  the book assesses the level of support for JI and the Indonesian government?s success in dealing with the threat it poses. Barton argues that, while the Indonesian authorities reacted well to the events in Bali, their subsequent response has not been as ef -fective as is commonly assumed. He analyzes the recent election results and looks at the challenges facing the new Indonesian president.Greg  Barton  is  a  senior  lecturer  in  the  School o f   S o c i a l   a n d   I n t e r n a t i o n a l   S t u d i e s   a t   D e a k i n University, AustraliaAUGUST 200596 pages, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-86840-759-3pb $19.95International Relations / Security StudiesDisarming ProposalsControlling Nuclear, Biologicaland Chemical WeaponsAndy ButfoyInternational relations specialist Andy Butfoy looks at  the  reality  of  nuclear,  biological,  and  chemical weapons,  providing  a  readable  overview  of  who has these weapons, what they are capable of, and where  they  are.  He  describes  the  main  pillars  of the  international  non-proliferation  regime  and  the political foundations that underpin these arrange -ments. Written in clear, accessible language, the book  explores  how  the  international  community should  deal  with  non-signatories  and  cheaters, the  dif?culty  of  enforcing  international  rules,  the need to tighten up inspections, and the impact of U.S. unilateralism. Andy  Butfoy  is  Senior  Lecturer  in  international relations at Monash University, Australia.AUGUST 200596 pages, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-86840-945-6pb $18.95Current Affairs / Security StudiesDNA and Your BodyWhat You Need to Know about BiotechnologyColin MastersMost people know very little about DNA, the mol -ecule  that  programs  our  human  potential.  This book explains what DNA is and then identi?es its central  role  in  so  many  everyday  human  experi -ences, including growth and development, aging, individuality and degenerative diseases. All discus -sion is in the context of the human body. The  book  then  addresses  the  ?ood  of  new  DNA-related information that has ?owed from the recent revolution  in  biotechnology:  information  that  is transforming  the  food  we  eat;  the  way  medicine is practised, and even changing the ways in which crimes  are  solved.  To  be  informed  on  all  these topics  of  the  moment  requires  an  understanding of  the  basic  principles  of  DNA  biology.  The  book discusses  many  controversial  issues  relating  to applications  of  biotechnology,  including  cloning, tissue  culture,  the  human  genome  project,  hor -mone treatment and IV fertilisation.DNA  and  Your  Body  is  written  for  a  general  audi -ence,  using  non-technical  language.  All  chapters begin  with  a  boxed  chapter  summary  and  a  list of  Frequently  Asked  Questions,  and  there  is  a comprehensive  glossary  of  terms.  Each  chapter ends  with  a  discussion  of  the  ethical  considera -tions  of  some  advances  in  DNA  technology.  The work  contains  some  14  explanatory  black-line drawings.Colin Masters is a leading Australian neuroscien -tist. He is widely published with over two hundred refereed journal articles and four books.AUGUST 2005176 pages, 14 b/w illus., 6 x 9? ISBN 0-86840-984-7pb $36.95Popular Science / Medicine? ALSO OF INTERESTCommon Sense on Weapons of Mass DestructionAmbassador Thomas Graham, Jr.Ambassador Thomas Graham Jr. believes that a tide of misinformation has led to the public?s lack of understanding of the vital issues. Here, in a straightforward and comprehensible style, Graham concisely provides the background necessary to understand the news and opinions surrounding WMDs.2004200  pages, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7748-1147-1, pb $17.95Current Affairs / Security Studies24 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON PRESSPaci?c VoicesKeeping Our Cultures AliveMiriam Kahn and Erin Younger?If you had to choose only one object that embod -ies the richness of your culture and provides you with a sense of cultural identity, what would it be?? Miriam Kahn and Erin Younger asked this question of the community leaders who helped to create the Paci?c Voices permanent exhibit at the University of Washington?s Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture. The answers they received, presented here in  Paci?c Voices, are intimate, heartfelt, and in some cases, spellbinding. The exhibit became a vehicle for the expression of a variety of voices exploring  sources  of  cultural  identity  ?  objects, r i t u a l s ,   c e re m o n i e s ,   a n d   t r a d i t i o n s   t h a t   b o t h anchor  and  showcase  the  ways  of  life  of  Paci?c Rim communities.Each of the seventeen chapters highlights a unique cultural object: Rose Dang and Thuy Vu see the Vi -etnamese incense burner as a vehicle for carrying prayers; Iwalani Christian calls the Hawaiian pahu ?the  voice  of  the  gods?;  Reverend  Dean  Koyama describes the Japanese  obutsudan as an altar for remembering loved ones; and Vi Hilbert presents the  Coast  Salish  river  canoe  as  ?a  place  to  learn patience.?  Taken  together,  the  stories    provide a  fresh  perspective  on  the  multicultural  world  in which we live, as well as valuable insights into the diverse cultures of the Paci?c Rim.Miriam Kahn  is a professor of anthropology at the University of Washington and was curator-in-charge for the  Paci?c Voices  exhibit.   Erin Younger  is the Burke Museum?s director of public programs.DECEMBER 2005288 pages, 8.5 x 10? 200 illus., 180 in colorISBN 0-295-98550-Xpb $37.95Cultural Studies / Ethnic StudiesDeath of Celilo FallsKatrine BarberFor thousands of years, Paci?c Northwest Indians ?shed, bartered, socialized, and honored their an -cestors at Celilo Falls, part of a nine-mile stretch of the Long Narrows on the Columbia River. Although the Indian community of Celilo Village survives to this day as Oregon?s oldest continuously inhabited town,  with  the  construction  of  the  Dalles  Dam  in 1957, traditional uses of the river were catastroph -ically interrupted. Most non-Indians celebrated the new  generation  of  hydroelectricity  and  the  easy navigability  of  the  river  ?highway?  created  by  the dam, but Indians lost a sustaining center to their lives when Celilo Falls was inundated.Death  of  Celilo  Falls  is  a  story  of  ordinary  lives in  extraordinary  circumstances  as  neighboring communities went through tremendous economic, environmental,  and  cultural  change  in  a  brief  pe -riod. Katrine Barber examines the negotiations and controversies that took place during the planning and  construction  of  the  dam  and  the  profound impact  the  project  had  on  both  the  Indian  com -munity of Celilo Village and the non-Indian town of The  Dalles,  intertwined  with  local  concerns  that affected  the  entire  American  West:  treaty  rights, federal Indian policy, environmental transformation of rivers, and the idea of ?progress.?Katrine Barber is assistant professor of history at  Portland  State  University  and  associate  at  the Center for Columbia River History.AUGUST 2005272 pages, 5.5 x 8.5?15 photos, map,  index,ISBN 0-295-98546-1pb $29.95History / Native Studies / EnvironmentBringing Indians   to the BookAlbert FurtwanglerIn 1831, a delegation of Northwest Indians report -edly made the arduous journey from the shores of the  Paci?c  to  the  banks  of  the  Missouri  in  order to  visit  the  famous  explorer  William  Clark.  Bring -ing Indians to the Book recounts the experiences of  these  explorers,  and  of  the  missionaries  who preceded  them.  Though  they  differed  greatly  in methods  and  aims,  missionaries  and  explorers shared a crucial underlying cultural characteristic: They  were  resolutely  literate,  carrying  books  not only in their baggage and saddlebags but also in their most commonplace thoughts and habits, and they came west in order to meet, and attempt to change,  groups  of  people  who  for  thousands  of years  had  passed  on  their  memories,  learning, and  values  through  words  not  written,  but  spo -ken  or  sung  aloud.  It  was  inevitable  that,  in  this meeting of literate and oral societies, ironies and misunderstandings would abound. A skilled writer with  a  keen  ear  for  language,  Albert  Furtwangler traces  the  ways  in  which  literacy  blinded  those Euro-American  invaders,  even  as  he  reminds  us that such bookishness is also our own.Albert  Furtwangler  is  an  independent  scholar af?liated  with  Willamette  University  and  profes -sor  emeritus,  Mount  Allison  University.  He  is  the author  of  Answering  Chief  Seattle  and  Acts  of Discovery:  Visions  of  America  in  the  Lewis  and Clark Journals .AUGUST 2005248 pages, 6 x 9?10 illus., mapISBN 0-295-98523-2pb $29.95History / Native Studies25UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA PRESSThe Encyclopedia of Native MusicMore Than a Century of Recordings from Wax Cylinder to the InternetBrian Wright-McLeodBrian  Wright-McLeod   (Dakota-Anishnabe)  began  working  as  a  music journalist  in  1979.  His  column  ?Dirty  Words  and  Thoughts  about  Music? appears bimonthly in  News from Indian Country. His activist work in Native rights took him to the airwaves on CKLN 88.1 FM in Toronto in 1985, where he  continues  to  produce  and  host  Renegade  Radio,  a  live  two-hour  weekly music and issues program.MAY 2005464 pages, 7 x 10?  47 halftones ISBN 0-8165-2448-3 pb $34.95Music / Native Studies  Want the word on Buffy Sainte-Marie? Looking for the best powwow record -ings? Wondering what else Jim Pepper cut besides ?Witchi Tai To?? This book will  answer  those  questions  and  more  as  it  opens  up  the  world  of  Native American music. In addition to the widely heard sounds of Carlos Nakai?s ?ute, Native music embraces a wide range of forms: country and folk, jazz and swing, reggae and  rap.  Brian  Wright-McLeod,  producer/host  of  Canada?s  longest-running Native  radio  program,  has  gathered  the  musicians  and  their  music  into this  comprehensive  reference,  an  authoritative  source  for  biographies  and discographies of hundreds of Native artists. The Encyclopedia of Native Music recognizes the multifaceted contributions made by Native recording artists by tracing the history of their commercially released  music.  It  provides  an  overview  of  the  surprising  abundance  of recorded Native music while underlining its historical value. With almost 1,800 entries spanning more than 100 years, this book leads readers  from  early  performers  of  traditional  songs  like  William  Horncloud to  artists  of  the  new  millennium  such  as  Zotigh.  Along  the  way,  it  includes entries  for  jazz  and  blues  artists  never  widely  acknowledged  for  their  Na -tive  roots  ?  Oscar  Pettiford,  Mildred  Bailey,  and  Keely  Smith  ?  and  traces the recording histories of contemporary performers like Rita Coolidge and Jimmy Carl Black, ?the Indian of the group? in the original Mothers of Inven -tion.  It  also  includes  ?lm  soundtracks  and  compilation  albums  that  have been  instrumental  in  bringing  many  artists  to  popular  attention.  In  addition to  music,  it  lists  spoken-word  recordings,  including  audio  books,  comedy, interviews, poetry, and more. With  unprecedented  breadth  of  coverage  and  extensive  cross-referencing, The Encyclopedia of Native Music is an essential guide for enthusiasts and collectors.  More  than  that,  it  is  a  gateway  to  the  authentic  music  of  North America ? music of the people who have known this land from time immemo -rial and continue to celebrate it in sound. ?This exhaustive, meticulously researched book is long overdue. The musical contributions  of  North  America?s  Aboriginal  people  have  been  ignored  for far too long, and this volume offers credit, at last, to the singers, musicians and  songwriters  who    deserve  it.    A  fascinating,  readable  volume,  full  of information that has never been made available before.? ?  Richard  Flohil,  Editor,  Applaud  Magazine ,  and  Canadian  based  writer, publicist and concert promoter.?The Encyclopedia of Native Music  is a monumental reference work that will serve as an invaluable tool for anyone remotely interested in the rich diversity of recorded music by First Nations Peoples in North America.?? Rob Bowman, Grammy Award winning Professor of Music at York University and author of Soulsville U.S.A.: The Story of Stax Records.26 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477UNIVERSITY PRESS OF NEW ENGLANDRunning the BullsCathie PelletierOne  year  and  six  days  into  an  unsatisfactory retirement,  Howard  Woods  is  awakened  by  his wife in the early hours of the morning to hear the news of a decades-old betrayal. He does not take it well. In his anger and grief, Howard upends his well-ordered  life  and,  to  the  dismay  of  his  family, announces his intention of traveling to Spain to join the annual running of the bulls in Pamplona.Having  thrown  his  life  into  chaos,  Howard  ?nds that  his  wife  is  no  longer  willing  to  restore  it  to order, as she has always done in the past. Bewil -dered, vengeful, and lonely, Howard ?nds himself miserably  committed  to  a  Hemingway-inspired course of his own choosing but with little idea of how  to  change  it  or  to  achieve  the  resolution  he desires.Cathie  Pelletier?s  novels  have  been  praised  as ?hilarious,  generous  and  genuine?  (New  Yorker ), ?bitingly original? ( Vogue ), ?masterful,? ( Washington Post), and ?funny and unexpectedly moving? ( New York Times). She is ?absolutely, inherently funny,? says  the  Los  Angeles  Times,  ?yet  she  can  walk the  tightrope  between  humor  and  grief  without once  losing  her  balance.?  In  Running  the  Bulls , she is in top form.Cathie Pelletier  is the critically acclaimed author of six novels published under her own name ? most recently  Beaming Sonny Home  ? and of two novels published under the pseudonym K. C. McKinnon.SEPTEMBER 2005320 pages, 5.5 x 8.5?200 illus., 180 in colorISBN 1-58465-487-2hc $29.95FictionHot Shots and Heavy HitsTales of an Undercover Drug AgentPaul E. DoyleThe mean streets of Boston in the 1970s played host to a nefarious underworld of pimps, pushers, and  addicts,  and  Paul  ?Sully?  Doyle  was  there. This  undercover  operative  with  the  federal  Drug Enforcement  Administration  met  every  type  of unsavory  character  in  town  in  his  ?ght  to  bust violent  drug  rings  during  a  turbulent  era  in  the city?s history. Now  Special  Agent  Doyle  bluntly  chronicles  the riveting, true stories from his years on the inside. Known on the street by his alias, ?Paulie Sullivan,? he  recalls  his  rookie  days,  trying  to  in?ltrate  the criminal  drug  world  under  the  tutelage  of  his veteran partner, through his coming of age as an experienced narc?sharing his keen observations on ruined lives, personal peril, and government red tape  along  the  way.  A  former  prize?ghter  not  at all shy about punching his way out of trouble, the author  divulges  a  candid,  worm?s-eye-view  of  the drug war with all its blemishes and glories.Combining  gripping  action  with  perceptive  com -mentary, this unvarnished snapshot of one agent?s experiences  undercover  adeptly  captures  the violence, futility, and endless frustration of the war on  drugs.  As  engrossing  as  a  ?ction  thriller,  Hot Shots and Heavy Hits provides a rare glimpse into a harsh world unknown to most of us. Paul  E.  Doyle  served  as  Special  Agent  with  the Drug Enforcement Administration, and is currently Chairman  of  the  New  England  chapter  of  the  As -sociation of Former Federal Narcotics Agents.MAY 2005256 pages, 6 x 9??ISBN 1-55553-649-2pb $19.95Crime / MemoirDavid  Gessner?s  Return  of  the  Osprey  is  ?among the  classics  of  American  nature  writing,?  said the  Boston  Globe.  So  why  does  this  critically  ac -claimed  nature  writer  now  declare  himself  to  be ?sick of nature?? In  diverse,  diverting,  and  frequently  hilarious  es -says,  Gessner  wrestles  with  father  ?gures  both biological  and  literary,  re?ects  on  the  pleasures and  absurdities  of  the  writing  life,  explores  the signi?cance  of  place  for  both  his  work  and  his sense  of  well-being,  and  rails  at  the  con?nes  of the nature genre even as he continues to ?nd fresh inspiration  for  his  writing  in  the  natural  world.  In the end, he learns to embrace?or at least toler -ate?the label he once rejected.Whether  kicking  at  the  limits  of  his  category  or explaining  why  he  was  ?red  from  his  job  as  a bookstore  clerk;  whether  recalling  his  youthful obsession with Ultimate Frisbee or recounting an adventure  in  the  jungles  of  Belize;  whether  lam -pooning his own writerly envy of Sebastian Junger or  raging  at  the  over-development  of  Cape  Cod or  searching  for  solace  in  nature  in  the  wake  of September 11, Gessner ranges from the personal to the natural in lyrical re?ections on writing, self, and society.David  Gessner  is  author  of  A  Wild,  Rank  Place , Under the Devil?s Thumb , and  Return of the Osprey , all  published  by  UPNE.  He  is  currently  an  assist -ant  professor  in  the  creative  writing  program  at University of North Carolina Wilmington. MAY 2005248 pages, 5.5 x 8.5??ISBN 1-58465-464-3pb $19.95EnvironmentSick of NatureDavid Gessner27272727UPNEWESLEYAN UNIVERSITY PRESSThe Rise and Fall of the Broadway MusicalMark N. GrantA highly original, incisive, and spirited examination of the rise, heyday, and decline of American musi -cal theatre. Many of today?s Broadway shows, from Rent to The Lion King, have become commercial hits,  but  do  they  have  the  cultural  importance  or the dramatic and musical artistry of such enduring productions  as  Oklahoma!,  Show  Boat,  or  Kiss Me, Kate? Mark  N.  Grant  traces  the  transformation  of  sing -ing  and  melody,  libretto  and  lyric  writing,  dance rhythms,  sound  design,  and  choreography  and stage  direction  through  three  distinct  eras:  the formative  period  (1866?1927),  the  golden  age (1927?1966), and the fall (1967 to the present). He  explores  how  and  why  the  unsophisticated genre  of  pre-1927  musical  comedy  evolved  into the  creative,  innovative,  and  immensely  popular theatre produced by the likes of Rodgers and Ham -merstein  and  then  steadily  faded  as  a  signi?cant entertainment  genre  in  American  culture,  giving rise to the ?McMusicals? of today. This provocative, sometimes irreverent work offers a  refreshing  perspective  on  the  history  of  Ameri -can  musical  theatre  and  provides  strong  views on restoring the genre to its former greatness. It will  appeal  to  anyone  interested  in  the  history  of theatre, and the Broadway musical in particular.Mark  N.  Grant  is  a  composer  and  writer.  He  is the  author  of  Maestros  of  the  Pen:  A  History  of Classical Music Criticism in America , winner of the ASCAP?Deems Taylor Award.2004392 pages, 21 illus., 6 x 9?ISBN1-55553-642-5pb $29.95Performing Arts / HistoryDrawing on his background as an ethnomusicolo -gist as well as years of experience as an accom -plished jazz musician, Paul Austerlitz argues that jazz?and  the  world-view  or  consciousness  that surrounds it?embodies an aesthetic of inclusive -ness, reaching out from its African American base to  embrace  all  of  humanity.  Fans  and  musicians have made this claim before, but Austerlitz is the ?rst to provide a scholarly basis for it. He examines jazz in relation to race and national identity in the U.S. and then broadens his scope to consider jazz within  the  African  diaspora  and  in  very  different transnational scenes, from the Dominican Republic to  Finland.  Drawing  on  extensive  ?eldwork,  the book  explores  jazz  in  an  extraordinary  range  of contexts. One of the central chapters is devoted to the history of the groundbreaking Latin jazz band of Machito and his Afro-Cubans, who were inspired by  the  dancing  of  both  Harlemites  and  Jewish mamboniks,  while  the  ?nal  chapter  includes  an extensive interview with the seminal drummer Mil -ton Graves, one of Austerlitz?s mentors, who holds that  music  profoundly  in?uences  our  biorhythms and indeed shapes our thoughts.Paul Austerlitz  is an ethnomusicologist, musician, and author of  Merengue: Dominican Music and Do -minican Identity . He is Assistant Professor of Music and Africana Studies at Brown University.OCTOBER 2005320 pages, 6 x 9??15 ?gures, 8 color illus. ISBN 0-8195-6782-5pb $29.95Music / Cultural StudiesW h e n   t w o   E u ro p e a n   s c i e n t i s t s   u n e x p e c t e d l y inherit  an  Indian  rajah?s  fortune,  each  builds  an experimental city of his dreams in the wilds of the American Northwest. France-Ville is a harmonious urban community devoted to health and hygiene, the    specialty  of  its  French  founder,  Dr.  Fran?ois Sarrasin. Stahlstadt, or City of Steel, is a fortress-like  factory  town    devoted  to  the  manufacture  of high-tech weapons of war. Its German creator, the fanatically pro-Aryan Herr Schultze, is Verne?s ?rst truly evil scientist. In his quest for world domination and racial supremacy, Schultze decides to show -case  his  deadly  wares  by  destroying  France-Ville and all its inhabitants. Both prescient and caution -ary, The Begum?s Millions is a masterpiece of sci -enti?c and political speculation and constitutes one of  the  earliest  technological  utopia/dystopias  in Western literature. This Wesleyan edition features notes,  appendices,  and  a  critical  introduction  as well as all the illustrations from the original French edition.  Jules  Verne  (1828?1905)  was  the  ?rst author  to  popularize  the  literary  genre  that  has become known as science ?ction. Jules  Verne  (1828?1905)  was  the  ?rst  author to  popularize  the  literary  genre  that  has  become known  as  science  ?ction.  Ar thur  B.  Evans   is Professor  of  French  at  DePauw  University  and series  editor  for  Wesleyan?s  Early  Classics  of Science Fiction series.  Stanford L. Luce  is Pro -fessor  Emeritus  of  French  at  Miami  University  in Ohio.  Peter Schulman is Associate Professor of French and International Studies at Old Dominion University.DECEMBER 2005288 PAGES 44  b/w illus . 5.5 X 8.5?ISBN 0-8195-6796-5hc $36.95FictionJazz ConsciousnessMusic, Race, and HumanityPaul AusterlitzThe Begum?s MillionsJules VerneTranslated by Stanford L. LuceEdited by Arthur B. EvansIntroduction by Peter Schulman28 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477Evolution of the Great Lakes   Water Quality AgreementLee Botts and Paul MuldoonWater  quality  concerns  are  not  new  to  the G re a t   L a k e s .   T h e y   e m e rg e d   e a r l y   i n   t h e 20th century, in 1909 and matured in 1972 and  1978.  They  remain  a  prominent  par t of  today?s  con?icted  politics  and  advancing industrial  growth.   The  Great  Lakes  Water Q u a l i t y   A g re e m e n t ,   u n d e r   t h e   B o u n d a r y Waters  Treaty  of  1909,  became  a  model  to the  world  for  environmental  management across  an  international  boundary.  Evolution of the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement  recounts this historic binational relationship, an agreement intended to protect the fragile Great Lakes.One strength of the agreement is its ?exibility, which  includes  a  requirement  for  periodic review  that  allows  modi?cation  as  problems are  solved,  conditions  change,  or  scienti?c research  reveals  new  problems.  The  ?rst progress was made in the 1970s in the area of eutrophication ,  the process by which lakes gradually  age,  which  normally  takes  thou -sands of years to progress, but is accelerated by  modern  water  pollution.  The  bi-national agreement led to the successful lowering of phosphorus levels that saved Lake Erie, and led  to  the  identi?cation  and  lowering  of  the levels of toxic contaminants that cause major threats to human and wildlife health.  Lee Botts  is founder the Lake Michigan Federation. Paul Muldoon  is the Executive Director and counsel at the Canadian Environmental Law Association (CELA). Muldoon is the author of four books and is the coeditor of  Canadian Environmental Law Reports . SEPTEMBER  2005256 pages, 7 x 10Illustrations, Appendices, GlossaryISBN 0-87013-752-2,  pb $34.95Environmental Studies / HistoryWriting the War on TerrorismLanguage, Politics and Counter-terrorismRichard Jackson In  a  comparatively  short  timespan,  the  war on terrorism has become the most extensive c o u n t e r - t e r ro r i s t   c a m p a i g n   i n   h i s t o r y ;   i t s scope  and  expenditure  of  resources  could soon rival the Cold War. This book examines the public language of the war on terrorism, and the way that rhetoric has been deployed to justify and normalise a global counter-ter -rorist campaign. More speci?cally, it explains how the political and cultural meaning of the September  11,  2001  attacks  came  to  be dominated  by  a  single  war-based  interpreta -tion; how the abuse of prisoners in Iraq was normalised  through  language  and  practice; h o w   t h e   l a n g u a g e   o f   c o u n t e r - t e r r o r i s m constructs  American  identity;  how  of?cials deliberately  manipulate  public  anxiety  about terrorist  threats;  and  how  popular  political and  cultural  narratives  are  deployed  to  gain public  consent  for  of?cial  counter-terrorism policies.Writing  the  War  on  Terrorism  explores  how the  war  on  terrorism  has  been  reproduced and  ampli?ed  by  key  social  actors  and  how it  has  become  the  dominant  political  narra -tive  in  America  today,  enjoying  widespread bipartisan  and  popular  support.  The  author argues  that  the  normalisation  and  institu -tionalisation  of  the  administration?s  current counter-terrorism  approach  is  damaging  to society?s  ethical  values  and  to  democratic political participation.MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY PRESS MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY  PRESSRichard Jackson  is Lecturer in International Security at the Centre for International Politics at the University of Manchester.MAY 2005240 pages, 6 x 9?ISBN 0-7190-7121-6pb $32.95Politics292929292929MANCHESTER UNIVERSITY  PRESSB e g i n n i n g   S h a k e s p e a re   b o t h   i n t ro d u c e s   s t u -dents  to  the  study  of  Shakespeare  and  grounds their  understandings  of  his  work  in  theoretical discourses.  It  breaks  down  both  fears  and  pre -conceptions  to  offer  students  both  a  map  of  the current  critical  practices  of  others  and  a  sense of the possibilities for developing their own. After iintroducing  dominant  approaches  of  the  past, seven further chapters introduce the major current critical approaches to Shakespeare, with separate chapters  on  psychoanalysis,  New  Historicism, Cultural  Materialism,  gender  studies  and  queer theory,  postcolonial  criticism  and  per formance criticism, and one examining the growing roles of biography, attribution studies, and textual studies. Each chapter also offers a list of suggested further reading and interactive exercises focusing on key facts and issues raised in the chapter. The way each chapter analyses the strengths and weaknesses of each perspective allows students a clear understanding of each approach and enables them  to  make  informed  choices  between  them, thus suggesting ways of continuing to make mean -ing out of Shakespeare which are both theoretically informed  and  new.  An  invaluable  introduction  for anyone  studying  English  at  university,  ?Beginning Shakespeare?,  by  addressing  what  is  primarily  at stake in these various theoretical approaches and by mapping the territory, ultimately allows students to negotiate it for themselves.Lisa Hopkins is Professor of English at Shef?eld Hallam University.MAY 2005224pages, 5 x 8?ISBN  0-7190-6423-6 pb $19.95Literature / CriticismBeginning ShakespeareLisa HopkinsThis  is  the  most  comprehensive  study  to  date  of Amy  Tan?s  texts.  It  offers  close  readings  of  her works in the context of broader debates about the representation  of  identity,  history  and  reality.Indi -vidual  chapters  examine  The  Joy  Luck  Club,  The Kitchen God?s Wife, The Hundred Secret Senses, and The Bonesetter?s Daughter .In  contrast  with  Tan?s  own  American-born  nar -rators,  and  mainstream  critics,  Bella  Adams?s study looks beyond the stereotypes which appear in  Tan?s  books,  and  explores  the  ways  in  which Chinese  immigrants  and  their  American  relatives struggle to understand each other?s ?best qualities? via  the  Chinese  tradition  of  the  ?talk  story?.  She emphasises  Tan?s  American  narrators?  process of becoming Chinese and discovering ?real China?, and the signi?cance of the ironic staging of these moments.Students  and  general  readers  will  ?nd  this  study both  accessible  and  probing,  while  scholars  will welcome its contribution to our understanding of a signi?cant ?gure in contemporary literature, as well  as  to  Chinese-American,  post-colonial,  and more general issues of representationBella  Adams   is  Lecturer  in  English  Studies  at Liverpool Hope University College.APRIL 2005232 pages, 5 x 8?ISBN 0-7190-6207-1 pb $24.95Literature / FilmAmy TanBella AdamsThis  volume  offers  a  new  interpretation  of  one of  the  most  innovative  directors  in  the  history  of cinema.  It  is  the  ?rst  book  to  cover  the  whole  of Godard?s career, from the early successes of the French  New  Wave,  through  the  political  works  of the late 1960s and 1970s and the dif?cult ?lms of the  1980s,  to  the  recent  triumphs  of    Histoire(s) du cin?ma  and  Eloge de l?amour .Drawing  on  a  wide  range  of  literary,  ?lmic  and philiosophical  texts,  the  book  places  Godard?s work  within  its  intellectual  context  in  France,  ex -amining how developments in French culture and thought  since  1950  have  been  mirrored  in  -  and sometimes anticipated by ? Godard?s ?lms. At the same  time,  numerous  sequences  from  Godard?s ?lms are singled out for close analysis in order to demonstrate how the director?s radical approaches to narrative, editing, sound and shot composition have made the cinema into an analytical tool in its own right, a machine for thinking.The book will be useful to all students of Godard?s f i l m s ,   a n d   o f   i n t e re s t   t o   s c h o l a r s   o f   m o d e r n and  contemporary  French  cinema,  culture  and thought.Douglas  Morrey  is  Lecturer  in  French  at  the University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne.APRIL 2005272 pages, 5 x 812 b&w illustrationsISBN 0-7190-6759-6 pb $32.95FilmJean-Luc GodardDouglas Morrey30 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477EDINBURGH UNIVERSITY PRESSThe  pressing  and  universally  relevant  issue  of euthanasia is debated in this volume. Euthanasia  has  become  increasingly  contentious as  populations  age,  and  medical  and  scienti?c advances  continue  to  transform  and  extend  life. Euthanasia - Choice and Death examines the key philosophical  arguments  that  have  underpinned thinking and practice up till now:?   The  centrality  of  choice  to  our  notion  of  the human being;?   The  challenge  of  changes  to  our  concept  of death  in  the  face  of  medical,  scienti?c  and technological advances. Gail Tulloch  develops a conception of dignity that does not depend on religious assumptions and can promote  a  broad  ethical  consensus  in  a  liberal democracy.  Examination  of  landmark  cases  and the  approaches  adopted  by  key  countries  ?  the U.S.A.,  the  U.K.,  the  Netherlands,  and  Australia  ? ground the book.?An  extraordinary  contribution  in  this  area,  pro -viding  insight  into  the  many  dilemmas  faced  by individuals,  families  and  professionals.  This  work offers not only the opportunity to understand such debates  but  also  provides  numerous  landmark case  studies  that  will  be  useful  for  teachers  and students alike.?? Wendy Moyle, PhD, RN Assoc Professor of Nurs -ing and Chair of Grif?th University Human Research Ethics Committee, Brisbane, AustraliaJUNE 2005198 pagesISBN 0-7486-1881-3   pb $32.95EthicsEuthanasia ?   Choice and Death Gail TullochThe fascinating variety of Scotland?s church build -ings is rarely appreciated. Many are hidden away in  remote  country  areas,  or  in  par ts  of  towns and  cities  not  often  visited.  Others  are  critical to  the  ?sense  of  place?  that  makes  settlements recognised and loved. In this book a hundred and eighty-four  churches  still  used  for  worship  are  il -lustrated with line drawings and photographs, with pithy texts drawing out where they ?t into the fabric of  Scotland,  and  into  nearly  a  thousand  years  of church  construction.  Some  are  well-known  and widely loved; others will surprise and delight.John  R.  Hume   is  a  former  Chief  Inspector  of Historic  Buildings  with  Historic  Scotland,  with responsibility for listing and listed building consent throughout Scotland. He was also involved with the setting up of the Scotland?s Churches Scheme and developing their handbook. SEPTEMBER 2005160 pages, 180 illustrations in colour and b&wISBN 0-7486-2179-2  pb $32.95Scotland / ArchitectureScotland?s Best ChurchesJohn R. HumeThis  book  provides  a  unique  and  comprehensive review of the making and re-making of Edinburgh over  most  of  the  last  millennium.  A  series  of t h e m e s   o f   w i d e   re l e v a n c e   a re   e x p l o re d   a n d discussed  in  the  context  of  their  impact  upon the form of the city and its success as a capital. These include the European in?uence on urban and architectural  form;  the  synthesis  of  architecture, landscape and topography; the dialogue between conservation and innovation; the search for social, economic and cultural sustainability; and the role of governance and public action in urban ecologyA  special  feature  of  the  book  is  the  way  the  Old and  New  Towns  are  discussed  as  a  connected problem  of  image  and  politics,  rather  than  two isolated events in the history of the city. Likewise the relations between the city centre, the suburban edge and beyond throughout the 20th century are examined holistically, allowing the reader to gain a broader perspective both of the city of today and of the future.  What emerges is a city unique ? at least in the UK ? in terms of the care taken over its image and sense of identity, and the political and institutional investment made in preserving this.Brian Edwards  is Professor of Architecture at the Edinburgh College of Art.  Paul Jenkins  is Director of the Centre for Environment and Human Settle -ments, Heriot-Watt University. He is joint editor of Urban Development andSEPTEMBER 2005256 pagesISBN 0-7486-1868-6   pb $44.95  Scotland / Urban StudiesEdinburgh The Making of a Capital CityEdited by Brian Edwards   and Paul Jenkins31313131 ?Tony Platt?s pursuit of the notorious Nurem-berg documents of the Nazi regime is a fascinating excursion into history. It is also full of provocative insights about the culture of remembering.??Howard ZinnAt  the  end  of  World  War  II,  an  American  military intelligence  team  retrieved  an  original  copy  of the  1935  Nuremberg  Laws,  signed  by  Hitler, and  turned  over  this  rare  document  to  General George  S.  Patton.  In  1999,  after  ?fty-?ve  years in  the  vault  of  the  Huntington  Library  in  southern California,  the  Nuremberg  Laws  resurfaced  and w e re   p u t   o n   p u b l i c   d i s p l a y   f o r   t h e   f i r s t   t i m e at  the  Skirball  Cultural  Center  in  Los  Angeles.    In this far-ranging, interdisciplinary study that is part historical analysis, part cultural critique, part detec -tive story, and part memoir, Tony Platt and Cecilia E. O?Leary explore a range of interrelated issues: war-time looting, remembrance of the holocaust, German  and  American  eugenics,  and  the  public responsibilities of museums and cultural centers.    Anthony  M.  Platt  is  professor  emeritus  at  Cali -fornia State University, Sacramento, where he has taught since 1977.  Cecilia E. O?Leary is Associ -ate  Professor  of  American  History  at  California State University, Monterey Bay.NOVEMBER 2005240 pages, 6 x 9?ISBN 1-59451-140-3pb $23.95History / PoliticsPARADIGM PUBLISHERSFew phenomena in the Arab world are more con -troversial than Al Jazeera ? the satellite television news  channel  that,  despite  its  brief  history,  has made its impact known throughout the world and changed  the  face  of  a  formerly  parochial  Arab media. The book provides rare insights into Al Jazeera?s politics, its agenda, its programs, its coverage of regional crises, and its treatment of the West. The authors attempt to gauge the station?s impact on ordinary Arab viewers, understand its effect on an increasingly  visible  Arab  public  sphere,  and  map out the role it plays in regional Arab politics. The image of Al Jazeera that emerges from this book is much more complex than its depiction in Ameri -can  media.  It  reveals  the  powerful  role  that  the network plays in shaping ideas and reconstructing Arab identities during a crucial juncture in Middle Eastern history and politics. Mohamed Zayani is Associate Professor of criti -cal  theory  at  the  American  University  of  Sharjah, UAE.    He  received  his  Ph.D.  from  Indiana  Univer -sity.  He  is  the  author  of  Arab  Satellite  Television and  Politics  in  the  Middle  East  and  Reading  the Symptom  (ECSSR).    Currently,  he  is  working  on a  Social  Science  Research  Council  collaborative project on Arab media.MAY 2005224 pages, 6 x 9?ISBN 1-59451-126-8pb $23.95 Politics / Media StudiesThe Al Jazeera Phenomenon: Critical Perspectives on New Arab MediaMohamed ZayaniWith contributions by ?ve Nobel Peace Prize win -ners,  former  government  of?cials,  scholars,  reli -gious leaders, journalists, activists, and prominent cultural ?gures, the documentary ?lm  XXI Century  explores  American  reactions  to  recent  global events  captured  through  the  lens  of  interviews and  political  rallies.  This  book  presents  selected excerpts  from  the  ?lming  of  prominent  U.S.  citi -zens  voicing  their  views  on  Bush  administration policies in the new century. These events include the much-contested 2000 election, the September 11,  2001  attacks,  the  impact  of  the  USA  Patriot Act, the accelerated growth of peace movements, the  recruitment  of  U.S.  soldiers,  U.S.  policy  and attitudes  toward  the  Middle  East,  sanctions  and war in Iraq, and human rights violations. The speak -ers also consider how the rise of media spectacle and punditry at the expense of quality journalism inhibits the ability of Americans to react to these events as informed citizens. The voices of Ameri -cans,  both  ordinary  and  famous,  resonate  with passion  and  urgency  in  response  to  the  injustice and far-reaching effects of the current U.S. foreign policy.  American  Voices  of  Dissent  highlights  the other side of the story and makes a case for global solidarity against U.S. imperialism.Featuring Leslie Cagan, Noam Chomsky, Ramsey Clark,  Angela  Davis,  Cur t  Goering,  Amy  Good -man,  Arno  J.  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Mark   32Bringing Indians to the Book   24British Columbia Place Names    32Brooks, Carellin   10Bryden, Christine   37Buck, A.R.   9Buckner, Phillip   9Building the Next Ark    38Bulbeck, Chilla   15Burger, Nancy   38Butfoy, Andy   23Buss, Helen M.   35Butler, Robert   33Calam, John   32Campbell, Claire Elizabeth   2Campbell, Neil  37Campeau, Georges    3Canada and the End of Empire   9Cannings, Robert A.   39?Carnaval!   40Carr, Mike    9Carter, Sue   38Chapnick, Adam   11Children, Youth and Adults in Asperger Syndrome .. 17Chiefs of the Sea and Sky    32Chomsky, Noam   39Citizens   32Civic Agriculture    38Clements, John   18Clubb, Merrell    22Coe, Cassandra   37Cohen, Marjorie Grif?n   3Cohen, Stephen Philip   36Cole, Jean M.   35Colpitts, G.W.   2Commanding Canadians   10Common Sense on Weapons of Mass Destruction   23, 32Conover, Sarah   19Contact Zones   10Coping with Methuselah    36Cooper, Barry    1, 33Common Sense on Weapons of Mass Distruction   23Costas, Bob   36C?t?, Mark   11Courtney, John. C.   32Couture and Commerce    32Crissey, Pat .. 17, 37, 38Critical Disability Theory   10Cross, William   32Cross-Cultural Caring, 2nd ed.   10Cruikshank, Julie   33Cruise of the Janet Nichol among the South Sea Islands, The    40Cubism and its Histories    38Cultures of the American New West, The    37Daalder, Ivo H.   36Dale, Ann   11Daly, Richard    9Dancing Universe, The    39Dancing with Dementia    37Dauvergne, Catherine    9Dawson, Michael    4Deal, David    21Death of Celilo Falls   24Delany, Samuel R.   40Dempsey, Dave   38Despotic Dominion   9Deur, Douglas   6Devlin, Richard   10Dietrich, William   40Different Croaks for Different Folks   17Different Like Me   17Different Minds   17,  37Dillon, Grace   39Disarming Proposals   23Djao, Wei   36DNA and Your Body   23Docherty, David C.   9, 32Dodds, Felix   14Dominion and the Rising Sun, The   9Double or Nothing?    38Doyle, Paul E.26Dress and Globalisation    38Drummond, Susan    11Duffek, Karen   32Duncan, Lesley   37Dunlap, Thomas   40Du Bois, W. E. B.   39Eckert, Cameron D.  32Edinburgh    30Edinburgh Book of Twentieth-Century Scottish Poetry, The    37Edwards, Brian   30Eigen, Michael   40Eistein Intersection, The    40Elections   32Elder, Jenni   17Ellis, Graeme M.   33, 35Empire and Inequality    39Employment for Individuals with Asperger Syndrome or Non-Verbal Learning Disability    37Encyclopedia of Native Music, The   25Euthanasia   30Ever Blooming   20Everitt, Joanna    9, 32Every Inch a Woman   10Evolution of the Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement   28Facing the Wild   15Faith in Nature    40Falk, Marcia   39Fast, Yvona   37Federalism   32Fedje, Daryl   10Fienup-Riordan, Ann   40Fight or Pay   32Filson, Glen   9Finlay, Finola    10First Do No Harm    32First Fish, Fist People    32First Nations of British Columbia, The    33Fishman, Sylvia Barack   38Fitgerald, Michael   19, 38Fleisher, Marc   18Food Plants of Coastal First Peoples   6Food Plants of Interior First Peoples   6Food Wars   14Ford, John K.B.   33, 35Forsyth, Robert G.   39Fort Langley Journals, 1827?30    33Freaks, Geeks and Asperger Syndrome   17Freeze Frame    40Freire, Paulo   39Friday, Chris   40From UI to EI   3Furniss, Elizabeth   Furtwangler, Albert    24Future Factor, The   12Gallucci, Robert L.   36Aaron, Henry J.   36Aboriginal Plant Use in Canada?s Northwest Boreal Forest   6Adams, Bella   29Adams, John Luther   40Adams, William M   15 .ADD and Me    37Adney, Tappan   33Advocacy Groups   9, 32Against Extinction   15Akrigg, G.P.V.   32Akrigg, Helen B.   32Alex Lord?s British Columbia    32Al-jazeera Phenomenon, The   31Alternative Internet, An    37Ament, Deloris Tarzan   40American Horror Film, The    37America Unbound    36American Voices of Dissent   31Amy Tan   29Ancient People of the Arctic    32Andres, Lesley   10Animals and Nature   8Armstrong, John Grif?th   33Arnold, Eileen   16Art of Ethnography, The   21Asperger Syndrome, Adolescence, and Identity   3 7Asperger Syndrome in Young Children    37Asperger?s Syndrome    3 7Asperger?s Syndrome in the Family   17Asperger?s Syndrome Guide   18Assassin   12At Work in Life?s Garden   19Atleo, E. Richard   35Atton, Chris   37Attwood, Tony   16, 17, 18, 37Atwater, Brian F.   21Auger, Martin    11Austerlitz, Paul    27Awe of the Tiger   8Backhouse, Constance  33Backhouse, Nancy L.   33Baillargeon, Morgan   33Baldasty, Gerald J.   22Balcomb, Kenneth C.   33Baranek, Patricia M.   32Barbed Wire    40Barber, Katrine   24Barton, Greg   23Bats of British Columbia    32Beattie, Judith Hudson   3 5Before the Fall   12Behavior and Ecology of Paci?c Salmon and Trout, The   7Beginning Shakespeare   29Begum?s Millions, The   27Being a Tourist   4Being Chinese    3 6Bell, J. Bowyer   12Berlin, Isaiah   3 6Between Work and Leisure   13Beyond the Reach of Time and Change    36Bill Reid    32Biopiracy   10Bioregionalism and Civil Society   9Birds of British Columbia, Volumes 1- 4, The   7Birds of Ontario: Habitat Requirements, Limiting Factors, and Status,   7Birds of the Yukon Territory   2,  32Black, Martha   3 9Blanket Weaving in the Southwest    36Bloodlines   31Boush ?y, Ann   3742 O R D E R   F R O M   uni PRESSES  TEL: 1 877 864 8477AUTHOR/TITLE INDEXGamblers and Dreamers    33Gartner, Rosemary   22, 34Gay Male Pornography    33Geller, Peter   2Geography of British Columbia, 2nd ed.   4Gerson, Carole   35Gessner, David    26Ghaziuddin, Mohammad   18Gidengil, Elizabeth   32Gleiser, Marcelo   39Globalization and Well-Being    33God and Caesar in China    36Going Critical    36Governing with the Charter   10Graham, Jr., Ambassador Thomas    23, 32   Granoff, Phyllis    9Grant, Mark N.   27Gray, Carole    16Great Blue Heron    33Gunter, Jr., Michael M.   38Haida Gwaii   10Haida Monumental Art    33Haig-Brown, Celia   11  Halifax Explosion and the Royal Canadian Navy, The    33Hall, Bonnie   20Hall, James D.    20Halpin, Marjorie M.   35Hames, Annette    17Hamrin, Carol Lee   36Hanford Reach, The    36Hankivsky, Olena    3, 10Hanna, Darwin   34Hardy, Henry   36Harpur, John   19, 38Harris, R. Cole   33, 34Harrison, Julia   4Harrison, Kathryn   11Hart, Michael   35Harvey, Karen   38Hawkins, Gail   37Hawker, Ronald W.   35Health Care and the Autism Spectrum    37Heasman, Michael    14Hedlund, Ann Lane   36Heirloom Seeds and their Keepers   6Heiress vs the Establishment, The   33Helliwell, John F.   33Henry, Marnie   34Herman, Lloyd   40Hess, Stephen   36Hessing, Melody 8Hidden Agendas    1, 33Hinde, John     35History of Migration from Germany to Canada, 1850-1939, A   10Hive of Dreams    39Hobnobbing with a Countess   33Holding the Line   9Homeschooling the Child with Asperger Syndrome  3 7Hometown Horizons   9Hopkins, Lisa    29Hostetler, Laura    21Howard, Richard   3Hot Shots and Heavy Hits   26Howard Zinn on Democratic Education    39How to Find Work that Works for People with AS    3 7How to Live with Autism    37How to Win Campaigns   14Howes, John F.   10Howley, Marie    16Hoyt, Enrich    15Hughes, Nancy L.   32Human and Environmental SecurityHumanitarianism, Identity, and NationHume, John R.Humphries, Reynold   37Hunter, Andrew   40Hunters and Beaucrats   2Hushka, Rock    20Idea of Pakistan, The    36If I Had a Hammer   3Images in Asian Religions   9Imagining Difference   5Imaging the Arctic    33Imagining Difference   In the Eye of the Hurricane   40Indonesia?s Struggle   23Incorporating Social Goals in the Classroom   16Insiders and Outsiders   9Introducing the Dragon?ies of British Columbia and the Yukon    3 9Islamic Political Thought    3 7Intensive Agriculture and Sustainability   9International Environmental Law and Asian Values  9Jackson, Richard   28Jackson, Luke    17Jacobsen, Paula   16Japan?s Modern Prophet   10Jazz Consciousness   27Jean-Luc Godard   29Jenkins, Claire   38Jenkins, Paul   30Jensen, Doreen   3 4Johnon-Smith, Jan   40Johnston, William   35Jolly, Roslyn   40Jones, Jo Fraser   33Journey to the Ice Age   4, 33Kahn, Miriam   24Karb, Marvin   36Keddie, Grant   39Keeping It Living   6Kellner, Douglas   39Kelly, Jim   10Kemp, Daren   37Kendall, Christopher N. 33Kernerman, Gerald   9Keshen, Jeffrey A.   34Keyser, James D.   34Khoo, Gaik Cheng   11Kids in a Syndrome Mix of AD/HD, LD, Asperger?s, Tourette?s, Bipolar and More!   18Kindropp, Jason   36King, J.C.H.   33Kinkhammer, Ruth   1Killer Whales    33Kiss in History, The    38Klassen, Michael A.   34Klondike Stampede, The    33Klucker, Michael   4Kna?a, Lou    10Kutscher, Martin   18  Land Snails of British Columbia   39Lang, Tim   14Lambert, Philip   34, 35Last Word, The   1Lawlor, Maria   19, 38Lawrence, Bonita   34Lawren Stewart Harris    40Laws and Societies in the Canadian Prairie West, 1670-1940   10Legends of Our Times    33Legislatures   9, 32Lelooska    40Letters from Lexington    39Letters from Windermere,1912?1914    33Leventhal-Belfer, Laurie   37Levitin, Jacqueline   35Lidchi, Henrietta   33Life Disturbed. 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What?s that Got to Do with Me?  17,  38Pesticide Detox, The   15Philip Larkin I Knew, The    38Phillips, Elizabeth   33Phillips, Jim   22, 34Pickles, Katie    10Pioneer Gentlewoman in British Columbia, A    34Pippard, Tim    14Plains Indian Rock Art    34Plant Technology of First Peoples of British Columbia   6,  34Plessis, Judith   35Political Parties   32Poneman, Daniel B.   36Porsild, Charlene   33Pothier, Dianne    10Primakov, Yevgeny M.   36Preece, Roda    8Pretending To Be Normal   16Pretty, Jules    15Prisoners of the Home Front   11Protecting Aboriginal Children   11Punter, John   4, 35Putin?s Russia    36Pyles, Lise   37Raccoons    34Racing to the Bottom?   11Raglon, Rebecca   8Raoul, Valerie   35Raven?s Tail, The    34?Real? Indians and Others    34Realizing College Dreams with Autism/Asperger Syndrome   19Reclaiming Adat   11Reclaiming the Ancestors    39Reclaiming Indigenous Voice and Vision   34Red Man?s on the Warpath, The  34Reid, Martine J.    8Re?ections of Hearts and Minds    36Relative Grief    38Resnick, Philip   9Revealing the Hidden Social Code   16Rise and Fall of the Broadway Musical, The   27Ritvo, Edward R.   18Robertson, Leslie A.   5Robes of Power    34Roche, Judith   32Romantic Vision of Michael Brophy, The    20Rose, Chris    14Roseland, Mark Roth, Milena   40Roy, Patricia E.    34Running the Bulls   26Russell, Nicholas   1, 11Rutherdale, Myra   10Rutherdale, Robert   9Sa?re, William   12Saints, Sinners,and Soldiers    34Salmon Nation   7,  39Samuel, Cheryl   34Sanctuary, Sovereignty, Sacri?ce   11Sandilands,  Catriona    8Sargent, Polly   34Sauvageau, Florian   1Schneiderman, David   1Scholle, Inge   40Schwartz, William B.   36Scotland?s Best Churches   30Sea Cucumbers of British Columbia, Southeast Alaska, and Puget Sound    34Sea Stars of British Columbia, Southeast Alaska, and Puget Sound    3 5Second Growth   9Secret Shakespeare    38Selling British Columbia   4Sensitive Self, The    40Sewid, Smith, Daisy   8Shaped by the West Wind   2Shef?eld, R. 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