BOOKS BY CATEGORY
Your Account
Showing 10 of 138 results for
 
Sort by:
Published May, 2022
By Merlin Chowkwanyun
Publisher: The University of North Carolina Press
Rating:

in-stock

Hardback
£86.50
Quantity: Add to basket  

Published May, 2022
By Merlin Chowkwanyun
Publisher: The University of North Carolina Press
Rating:

in-stock

Paperback / softback
£27.50
Quantity: Add to basket  

Published February, 2022
By Christina Ramos
Publisher: The University of North Carolina Press
Rating:

in-stock

Hardback
£86.50
Quantity: Add to basket  

Published February, 2022
By Christina Ramos
Publisher: The University of North Carolina Press
Rating:

in-stock

Paperback / softback
£31.95
Quantity: Add to basket  

Published February, 2022
By Anne E. Parsons
Publisher: The University of North Carolina Press
Rating:

in-stock

Paperback / softback
£22.95
Quantity: Add to basket  

Published November, 2021
By Anthony Chaney
Publisher: The University of North Carolina Press
Rating:

in-stock
Blending intellectual biography with an ambitious reappraisal of the 1960s, Anthony Chaney uses Gregory Bateson's life and work to explore the idea that a postmodern ecological consciousness is the true legacy of the decade.

Paperback / softback
£25.50
Quantity: Add to basket  

Published April, 2021
By Emily K. Abel
Publisher: The University of North Carolina Press
Rating:

in-stock
Offers the first history of fatigue, one that is scrupulously researched but also informed by Emily Abel's own experiences as a cancer survivor. With her engaging and informative style, Abel gives us a synthetic history of fatigue and outlines how it has been ignored or misunderstood by medical professionals and American society as a whole.

Paperback / softback
£18.50
Quantity: Add to basket  

Published April, 2021
By Emily K. Abel
Publisher: The University of North Carolina Press
Rating:

in-stock
Offers the first history of fatigue, one that is scrupulously researched but also informed by Emily Abel's own experiences as a cancer survivor. With her engaging and informative style, Abel gives us a synthetic history of fatigue and outlines how it has been ignored or misunderstood by medical professionals and American society as a whole.

Hardback
£86.50
Quantity: Add to basket  

Published December, 2020
By Mical Raz
Publisher: The University of North Carolina Press
Rating:

in-stock
Highlighting the rise of Parents Anonymous and connecting their activism to the sexual abuse moral panic that swept America in the 1980s, Mical Raz argues that these panics and policies - as well as biased viewpoints regarding race, class, and gender - played a powerful role shaping perceptions of child abuse.

Hardback
£86.50
Quantity: Add to basket  

Published December, 2020
By Mical Raz
Publisher: The University of North Carolina Press
Rating:

in-stock
Highlighting the rise of Parents Anonymous and connecting their activism to the sexual abuse moral panic that swept America in the 1980s, Mical Raz argues that these panics and policies - as well as biased viewpoints regarding race, class, and gender - played a powerful role shaping perceptions of child abuse.

Paperback / softback
£24.50
Quantity: Add to basket  

More books...