Books by Publisher: The Peterson Institute for International Economics

    Mars

    By Alfred S. McEwen

    Hardback £64.21

    HiRISE is the most powerful camera ever sent to another planet, showing us Mars in astonishing detail. Featuring an outstanding and never-before-published collection of HiRISE high-resolution colour images with explanatory captions in twenty-four languages, this book offers a unique volume produced from an active NASA mission.

    Hydrogeology

    By Nandipati Subba Rao

    Paperback £15.17

    There is a dearth of books to help readers in solving numerical problems and enable them to have a firm grounding in the subject of hydrogeology. This book fills this void, chiefly focusing on the sequential steps involved in solving problems. It concisely covers the fundamental concepts, advanced principles and...

    Rock Salt Stone

    By Rosamond King

    Paperback £14.16

    The poems center the experience of the outsider, whether she is an immigrant, a woman, or queer.Sometimes direct, sometimes abstract, these poems engage different structures, forms, and experiences while addressing the sharp realities of family, sexuality, and immigration.

    I Love It Though

    By Alli Warren

    Paperback Save £0.84 = £14.16

    Written and arranged in an experimental mode akin to music or choreography, these fragmented lyrics create space and resonance honouring the physical splendour of both the body and the poem. This new edition includes several new poetic sequences and an extended essay.

    Celestial Empire

    By Nathaniel Isaacson

    Paperback Save £2.60 = £20.40

    How colonialism profoundly influenced the emergence of Chinese science fiction

    In Search of Silence

    By Samuel R. Delany

    Hardback £32.10

    The private journals of renowned novelist and critic Samuel R. Delany

    In the Language of My Captor

    By Shane McCrae

    Hardback £20.40

    Poems about captivity, escape, and the possibility of freedom

    Fire and the Tale

    By Giorgio Agamben

    Paperback £14.45

    This latest collection of texts, which focus on the "mystery" of literature, as well as on language as a laboratory for conceiving an ethical-political perspective that places us beyond sovereign power, offer a window onto Giorgio Agamben's most current research.

    Disney Culture

    By John Wills

    Paperback £14.09

    Explores the "wonderful world of Disney" in all its dimensions. John Wills tackles Walt Disney's unique vision of America, the history of Mickey Mouse, and the design of Disneyland in the 1950s; he also examines a range of Disney movies including animation classics and live-action productions. Disney Culture ultimately challenges...

    Psychological Autopsy

    By Antoon A. Leenaars

    Paperback £33.86

    The best way to grasp the essence of death scene investigation DSI is to witness its application, called the psychological autopsy, by an expert forensic scientist/clinician. This remarkable book affords the opportunity to delve into the challenges that the forensic mental health specialist and public safety professional confront in DSI....

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