Books by Publisher: University of New Mexico Press

    I Got a Song

    By Rick Massimo

    Paperback Save £2.60 = £20.40

    The first book-length history of an essential American music festival

    Transparency Fix

    By Mark Fenster

    Paperback Save £1.74 = £19.25

    Is the government too secret or not secret enough? Why is there simultaneously too much government secrecy and a seemingly endless procession of government leaks? The Transparency Fix asserts that we incorrectly assume that government information can be controlled. The same impulse that drives transparency movements also drives secrecy advocates....

    Bernie Madoff and the Crisis

    By Colleen P. Eren

    Paperback Save £1.74 = £19.25

    This is a critical investigation into the social significance of Bernie Madoff Ponzi's scheme. Eren analyzes media coverage of the case alongside original interviews with dozens of journalists and editors involved in the reportage, the SEC Director of Public Affairs, and Bernie Madoff himself to offer fresh insight into the...

    Voices from the Easter Rising

    By Joseph McKenna

    Paperback Save £0.99 = £67.96

    Records a week in Dublin during April 1916 when in a forlorn hope 2,000 Irish Volunteers rose up in armed rebellion against the British Empire in a bid to establish an independent Irish state. The Rising is recalled in the words of those who took part. It traces the establishment...

    Housing Solutions Through Design

    Paperback Save £5.57 = £17.38

    Tensor Analysis

    By Liqun Qi

    Paperback £83.69

    The first book on the spectral theory of tensors; the theory of special tensors, including non-negative tensors, positive semidefinite tensors, completely positive tensors, and copositive tensors; and the spectral hypergraph theory via tensors, which is covered in a chapter.

    Winston Churchill, Myth and Reality: What He Actually Did and Said

    By Richard M. Langworth

    Paperback Save £0.14 = £51.81

    Winston Churchill, indispensable when liberty was in peril, dead since 1965, is today still accused of various sins, from alcoholism and racism to misogyny and warmongering. Churchill had two personas - one that thought deeply about the nature of humanity, and one that helped to solve seemingly intractable problems. In...

    Killing Off the Lesbians

    By Liz Millward

    Paperback £67.01

    Spoiler Alert: the lesbian character always dies. Looking at the fates of characters over decades, this wide-ranging and lively book argues that killing off the lesbian - even if she only appears via the subtext - is nothing new. It is a form of symbolic annihilation that has an impact...

    Clinical Pharmacokinetics

    By John E. Murphy

    Paperback £86.54

    In the evolving practice of pharmacokinetics PK, it is important to keep on top of the latest advances. John E. Murphy, a well-known leader in the field of clinical pharmacokinetics, has updated and expanded his widely-used textbook and reference. Clinical Pharmacokinetics, Sixth Edition includes the most current information, covering issues...

    Adcreep

    By Mark Bartholomew

    Hardback £20.30

    Adcreep explores the brave new world of modern advertising, how it works, the social threats it poses, and how American law has failed to reign in the onslaught of invasive marketing technologies.

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