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Stanford University Press

  • This book provides a comprehensive critique of the prevailing view of ungoverned spaces and the threat they pose to human, national and international security.

    Publisher : Stanford University Press
    published : 2010
  • This book uncovers how working the night shift at India's transnational call centers affects the lives of women workers.

    Publisher : Stanford University Press
    published : 2010
  • For more than a decade, award-winning author Janis Forman has been helping executives to tell stories in service of their organizational objectives. In Storytelling for Business: The Authentic and Fluent Organization , she teaches readers everywhere how the craft of storytelling can help them to achieve their professional goals. Focusing on the role...

    Publisher : Stanford University Press
    published : 2013
  • Every epoch has its emblematic illnesses, this book argues, and our society is undergoing a silent paradigm shift that has led to the pathological exhaustion commonly referred to as "burnout."

    Publisher : Stanford University Press
    published : 2015
  • Heidegger?s engagement and disillusionment with National Socialism can both be properly seen to rest on the notion of ?the people? that he takes over from traditional German nationalism and elaborates in his philosophical critique of the modern subject.

    Publisher : Stanford University Press
    published : 2005
  • Bryson deconstructs the ?canon wars? and uses English departments to demonstrate that social structure is the cornerstone of culture and the appropriate target for cultural policy.

    Publisher : Stanford University Press
    published : 2005
  • This book analyzes a rise in China?s grand strategy for the early twenty-first century and considers its consequences for international peace and security as well as the challenges it poses for policymakers.

    Publisher : Stanford University Press
    published : 2005
  • A history of perceptions of the blind and of their integration or lack thereof in French society, this book introduces us to a host of fictional and real individuals and paints a moving picture of their advances and disappointments, concluding with the triumphant invention of Louis Braille.

    Publisher : Stanford University Press
    published : 2009
  • This innovative and provocative volume focuses on the historical development of racial thinking and imagining in Mexico and the southwestern United States over a period of almost five centuries, from the earliest decades of Spanish colonial rule and the birth of a multiracial colonial population, to the present. The distinguished contributors to the...

    Publisher : Stanford University Press
    published : 2009
  • The last six years have witnessed a virtually unending debate over U.S. policy toward Iraq, a debate that is likely to continue well into the new administration and perhaps the next, notwithstanding recent improvements on the ground.Too often, however, the debate has been narrowly framed in terms of the situation in Iraq and what steps the United States...

    Publisher : Stanford University Press
    published : 2009