The Shelf Life
This book examines indigenous education from diverse Asian perspectives.
Edited by Jun Xing, professor of liberal studies and Pak-sheung Ng.
This collection of original essays surveys long-term patterns of everyday life for Russians through the post-Soviet present
Edited by Choi Chatterjee, professor of history, David L. Ransel, Mary Cavender and Karen Petrone. Afterword by Sheila Fitzpatrick.
Using both practical and inspirational approaches, this book helps recent graduates of music programs navigate the world of professional singing.
Susan Mohini Kane, professor of music.
Using clinical wisdom, real stories, and checklists, this book provides readers with an honest landscape of pathological narcissism.
Ramani Durvasula, professor of psychology.
This anthology contains newspaper articles that provided hope and courage to readers during WWII.
Edited by Gary Best, professor emeritus of special education.
Professor Pamela Regan and her co-author explore human sexuality and its impact on students’ lives today.
Pamela Regan, professor of psychology, and Bruce M. King.