Alphabetical listing of books
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Stephen Lee NaishApr 2017
It's time to take Dirty Dancing out of the corner and place it under the microscope.
A Manifesto for the Nocturnal City
Nick DunnNov 2016
Where now for the secret, the contemplative, the quiet and subterranean in our cities? The question may no longer be what spaces we wish to engage with but when we do.
Roger SilvermanSep 2016
The story of Greece's resistance to European domination past and present.
Stefany Anne Golberg
A book of unorthodox obituaries from David Foster Wallace to Osama bin Laden.
The cultural history and geography of a Utopia
David ScottJan 2016
At the crossroads of fiction and social theory, the book confronts fundamental issues facing Western civilization in the 21st century.
Jordannah ElizabethJan 2016
Don't lose track, she moves fast.
The Dark Arts of Projectors
Why is a novel like a corporation? How is Daniel Defoe connected to the Bank of England?
An exhibit catalog for the end of the world
Joanna DemersDec 2015
An imagined retrospective of apocalyptic art
The Art of Culinary Notation
Susannah WorthJun 2015
Chapters become courses in this curious feast, exploring the form of the recipe from post-war to today.
Class, Food and Climate Change
Elaine Graham-LeighApr 2015
How and why the working class are being blamed for climate change, and what we can do about it.
Misadventures In Hollywood
John WightJan 2013
A young Scottish screenwriter arrives in Hollywood looking to scale the heights. But is the dream all that it seems?
Architecture and Design in Scotland Post Devolution
Stuart MacDonaldDec 2012
Disasters, pandemics, the War on Terrorism? Whatever your memories of the Noughties, this was also a Scottish decade. Design, politics and identity came together.
How Contemporary Spirituality Makes Us Stupid, Selfish and Unhappy
David WebsterJun 2012
What a post-spiritual world view could look like
An analysis of the dead man working and the way in which capital is now colonizing life itself.
Linda CogginMar 2011
Peculiar, unique, unusual, elements of Cummings, Stevie Smith and Larkin cohere then fall away, in a collection of darkly clear, or clearly dark poems.
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- Benjamin NoysBenjamin Noys is a UK-based theorist and critic who teaches at the University of Chichester and writ...
- Carl CederstromCarl Cederström is a lecturer in Human Resource Management at Cardiff Business School, Cardiff Univ...