Revolutionary Ideas for Gender Equality in an Ideal Society
What has been produced up to the present regarding Plato's positions on the agenda of gender are disparate studies whose scope falls short of the whole range of angles from which Plato himself approached the issues, and the study of gender issues in Plato has remained unsystematic so far. In this book, Harald Haarmann provides the first systematic analysis of Plato's positions on gender and the role of women in an ideal society.
"This is an original contribution to the field. No scholar has contextualized McNally quite this way. The great strength of this study lies in its placing of this playwright within an ongoing narrative history of the American stage." —Matthew Roudané, Regents Professor of American Drama, Georgia State University
The Autobiographical Self, Activism, and The Real World
This book illuminates the significance of the work of Pedro Zamora and places in context contemporary needs for both HIV/AIDS education and the personal political context of sexual diversity. It is a must read for those in LGBT studies, communications, social work, and the performing arts.
New Threats, Old Realities
Taking into account the threats and opportunities we face today, Paul Viotti identifies a number of strategies and policies for the U.S. that are central to the maintaining of peace and security over the next few decades. This is an is an important volume for all collections focused on the making and implementation of both foreign and national security policy.
Economic and Social Inclusion
"This is a highly recommended text for anyone who is concerned about Africa and not just South Africa alone." —Thandika Mkandawire, former Director of the United Nations Research Institute for Social Development and Chair in African Development at the London School of Economics (LSE)
John Rawls and the Transformation of American Politics
"The best books on politics offer us fresh insight into the way things are and powerful arguments about how things ought to be. Jerome Foss's superb book accomplishes both of these ends, rescuing John Rawls's work from the dusty corners of overly abstract theorizing by emphasizing Rawls's dedication to a very practical reinvention of the American political experiment." —Micah J. Watson, William Spoelhof Teacher-Scholar Chair in Political Science, Calvin College
Thea Astley (1925-2004) was one of the outstanding Australian fiction writers of the twentieth century. Despite the deeply Australian objects of her satire, Astley’s innovative fictions have attracted critical attention beyond national boundaries, and her later work, especially, struck a chord with readers in North America. This book examines her works and reveals the reasons why Astley's works resonated with not only Australian readers but also an international audience.
Transmissions Across The Generations of Post-Dictatorship Uruguay, 1984–2004
"This study is a theoretical, methodological, and socio-historical contribution to the field, especially for memory studies from the perspective of the victims’ subjectivities." - Elizabeth Lira, Dean, Facultad de Psicología, Universidad Alberto Hurtado, Santiago de Chile
Translated by Johanna Sandberg and Eric Sandberg
This new translation of The Markurells of Wadköping — the first in almost a century — illuminates The Markurells of Wadköping as a superb example of European literary modernism at its most accessible and dazzling.
The Political Character of Tony Harrison’s Poetry
“Beautifully conceived and written …Illuminates one of the most
important poets of our time.” — Professor Edith Hall, King’s College London