Books by Publisher: CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS

    Al-Qaida in Afghanistan

    By Anne Stenersen

    Paperback Save £1.26 = £22.73

    This book presents an alternative narrative of al-Qaida's aims, goals and strategies prior to the events of 9/11.

    Archaeology of Death in Roman Syria

    By Lidewijde de Jong

    Hardback Save £9.16 = £65.83

    This book sheds new light on funerary customs in Roman Syria, offering a novel way of understanding its provincial culture.

    Resisting War

    By Oliver Kaplan

    Hardback Save £9.16 = £65.83

    This book explores how local social organization and cohesion enable covert and overt nonviolent strategies.

    Spectral Atlas for Amateur Astronomers

    By Richard Walker

    Hardback Save £6.84 = £53.15

    A full colour reference featuring detailed commented spectral profiles of more than one hundred astronomical objects.

    European Environmental Law

    By Suzanne Kingston

    Paperback Save £2.65 = £30.34

    Garden of Ignorance

    By Marion Cran

    Paperback £22.81

    This exuberant 1913 work combines prescriptive gardening advice with autobiography, describing a journey from horticultural ignorance to expertise.

    Flora Domestica

    By Elizabeth Kent

    Paperback Save £0.64 = £26.35

    This 1823 book on container gardening combines practical advice with quotations on gardening and flowers from ancient and modern authors.

    Antifascist Humanism and the Politics of Cultural Renewal in

    By Andreas Agocs

    Hardback Save £6.07 = £48.93

    This study traces German traditions of cultural renewal from their beginnings in antifascist activism to their failure in the emerging Cold War.

    Experiments in Public Management Research

    Paperback Save £3.12 = £32.87

    An overview of experimental research and methods in public management, and their impact on theory, research practices and substantive knowledge.

    Neuroscience of Adolescence

    By Adriana Galvan

    Paperback Save £1.41 = £23.58

    Written by an award-winning developmental neuroscientist, this is a comprehensive and cutting-edge account of the latest research on the adolescent brain.

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