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  • White Fragility: Why It's So Hard for White People to Talk about Racism

    BasicBinding: Paperback

    Publisher: Beacon Press

    Date Published: 06-2018

    ISBN: 0807047414 | EAN: 9780807047415

    BasicBinding: Paperback

    Features: Price on Product, Bibliography | Pages: 192

    Annotation: Explores counterproductive reactions white people have when discussing racism that serve to protect their positions and maintain racial inequality.

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  • Kindred: Neanderthal Life, Love, Death and Art

    BasicBinding: Hardcover

    Author: Sykes, Rebecca Wragg

    Publisher: Bloomsbury SIGMA

    Date Published: 10-2020

    ISBN: 147293749X | EAN: 9781472937490

    BasicBinding: Hardcover

    Features: Dust Cover, Price on Product, Illustrated, Bibliography, Index | Pages: 400

    Annotation: This book shoves aside the cliché of the shivering ragged figure in an ice wasteland to tell the complex and fascinating true story of the Neanderthal.

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  • Making Sense of Race

    BasicBinding: Paperback

    Author: Dutton, Edward

    Publisher: Washington Summit Publishers

    Date Published: 11-2020

    ISBN: 1593680716 | EAN: 9781593680718

    BasicBinding: Paperback

    Features: Price on Product | Pages: 362

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  • Sutton Hoo: The Excavation of a Royal Ship-Burial, 3rd Revised Edition (Revised)

    BasicBinding: Paperback

    Publisher: Sheridan House

    Date Published: 01-2014

    ISBN: 1574093533 | EAN: 9781574093537

    BasicBinding: Paperback

    Pages: 150

    Annotation: This is the story of the excavation of Sutton Hoo, a medieval burial site that includes the ship-barrow of what was most likely East Anglia's last pagan king.

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  • Face: One Square Foot of Skin

    BasicBinding: Hardcover

    Author: Bateman, Justine

    Publisher: Akashic Books

    Date Published: 04-2021

    ISBN: 1617759228 | EAN: 9781617759222

    BasicBinding: Hardcover

    Features: Dust Cover, Price on Product | Pages: 272

    Annotation: "Face is a book of fictional vignettes that examines the fear and vestigial evolutionary habits that have caused women and men to cultivate the imagined reality that older women's faces are unattractive, undesirable, and something to be 'fixed.' Based on 'older face' experiences of the author, Justine Bateman, and those of dozens of women and men she interviewed, the book presents the reader with the many root causes for society's often negative attitudes toward women's older faces. In doing so, Bateman rejects those ingrained assumptions about the necessity of fixing older women's faces, suggesting that we move on from judging someone's worth based on the condition of her face"--Dust jacket flap.

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  • Decolonizing Methodologies: Research and Indigenous Peoples

    BasicBinding: Paperback

    Author: Tuhiwai Smith, Linda

    Publisher: Zed Books

    Date Published: 05-2012

    ISBN: 1848139500 | EAN: 9781848139503

    BasicBinding: Paperback

    Features: Bibliography, Index, Table of Contents | Pages: 242

    Annotation: An essential text that critically examines the basis of Western research, and the positioning of the indigenous as 'Other.'

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  • Forbidden Archeology: The Full Unabridged Edition (Rev)

    BasicBinding: Hardcover

    Author: Thompson, Richard L

    Publisher: Bbt Science

    Date Published: 12-1998

    ISBN: 0892132949 | EAN: 9780892132942

    BasicBinding: Hardcover

    Features: Price on Product, Dust Cover | Pages: 914

    Annotation:

    Have humans walked the earth for millions of years? A controversial and riveting takes on human history and the accepted science of today.

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  • Hate in the Homeland: The New Global Far Right

    BasicBinding: Hardcover

    Author: Miller-Idriss, Cynthia

    Publisher: Princeton University Press

    Date Published: 10-2020

    ISBN: 0691203830 | EAN: 9780691203836

    BasicBinding: Hardcover

    Features: Bibliography, Index, Price on Product | Pages: 272

    Annotation: "Placing space and place at the center of its analysis enables Hate in the Homeland to focus on hate groups and far right extremism not only as static, organized movements but also as flows of youth who move in and out of the periphery and interstitial spaces of far right scenes, rather than only studying youth at the definable or fixed core of far right extremist movements. For many-perhaps even most-far right youth, Miller-Idriss argues that extremist engagement is characterized by a process of moving in and out of far right scenes throughout their adolescence and adulthood in ways that scholars and policymakers have yet to understand. Hate in the Homeland will make a critical intervention into the literature on extremism by showing how youth on the margins are mobilized through flexible engagements in mainstream-style physical and virtual spaces which the far right has actively targeted for this purpose. This approach to far right extremism and radicalization significantly broadens what we know about the far right, and how people engage with it"--

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  • Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen

    BasicBinding: Paperback

    Author: McDougall, Christopher

    Publisher: Vintage

    Date Published: 03-2011

    ISBN: 0307279189 | EAN: 9780307279187

    BasicBinding: Paperback

    Features: Price on Product - Canadian, Price on Product | Pages: 287

    Annotation: Part adventure story, part extreme sports, "Born to Run" is a riveting tale about one journalist's quest to discover the secrets of the world's greatest distance runners--a reclusive Indian tribe living deep in the Copper Canyon of northern Mexico.

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  • Beneath the Sands of Egypt: Adventures of an Unconventional Archaeologist

    BasicBinding: Paperback

    Author: Ryan, Donald P

    Publisher: William Morrow & Company

    Date Published: 07-2011

    ISBN: 0061732834 | EAN: 9780061732836

    BasicBinding: Paperback

    Features: Table of Contents, Price on Product | Pages: 286

    Annotation: "Donald Ryan is a rare bird--a field archaeologist who can write with verve and immediacy. I heartily recommend his book to all Egyptology buffs."--Barbara Mertz ( a.k.a. Elizabeth Peters), author of Temples, Tombs, and Hieroglyphs A real-life "Indiana Jones," Donald P. Ryan, Ph.D., offers a breathtaking personal account of his adventures in archaeology in Beneath the Sands of Egypt. Fans of The Lost City of Z will thrill to the exploits of this "unconventional archaeologist" as he retrieves the remains of Egypt's past--including his breakthrough discovery in the Valley of the Kings of Egypt's famous female pharaoh, Hatshepsut.

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  • Dark, Salt, Clear: The Life of a Fishing Town

    BasicBinding: Hardcover

    Author: Ash, Lamorna

    Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

    Date Published: 12-2020

    ISBN: 1635576156 | EAN: 9781635576153

    BasicBinding: Hardcover

    Features: Dust Cover, Price on Product, Bibliography | Pages: 336

    Annotation: From an adventurous and discerning new voice reminiscent of Robert Macfarlane, a captivating portrait of a community eking out its living in a coastal landscape as stark and storied as it is beautiful.

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  • Oak Papers

    BasicBinding: Hardcover

    Author: Canton, James

    Publisher: HarperOne

    Date Published: 02-2021

    ISBN: 0063037947 | EAN: 9780063037946

    BasicBinding: Hardcover

    Features: Bibliography, Price on Product | Pages: 256

    Annotation: "In the tradition of The Hidden Life of Trees and H is for Hawk, a memoir-meets-homage to an oak tree that meditates on the mysteries of nature and the healing role it plays in our lives"--

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  • Technology of the Gods: The Incredible Sciences of the Ancients

    BasicBinding: Paperback

    Author: Childress, David Hatcher

    Publisher: Adventures Unlimited Press

    Date Published: 05-2000

    ISBN: 0932813739 | EAN: 9780932813732

    BasicBinding: Paperback

    Features: Bibliography, Illustrated, Table of Contents, Price on Product | Pages: 343

    List Price: $16.95 Added to Cart - View Cart
  • Fingerprints of the Gods: The Evidence of Earth's Lost Civilization

    BasicBinding: Paperback

    Author: Hancock, Graham

    Publisher: Three Rivers Press (CA)

    Date Published: 04-1996

    ISBN: 0517887290 | EAN: 9780517887295

    BasicBinding: Paperback

    Features: Bibliography, Illustrated, Index, Price on Product, Table of Contents | Pages: 592

    Annotation: The bestselling author of The Sign and the Seal reveals the true origins of civilization. Connecting puzzling clues scattered throughout the world, Hancock discovers compelling evidence of a technologically and culturally advanced civilization that was destroyed and obliterated from human memory. Four 8-page photo inserts.

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  • Omnivore's Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals

    BasicBinding: Paperback

    Author: Pollan, Michael

    Publisher: Penguin Books

    Date Published: 09-2007

    ISBN: 0143038583 | EAN: 9780143038580

    BasicBinding: Paperback

    Features: Dust Cover, Bibliography, Index, Price on Product | Pages: 480

    Audience Age Range: 18 to UP

    Reading Grade Level: 13 to UP

    Annotation: Pollan writes about the ecology of the food humans eat and why--what it is, in fact, that we are eating. Discussing industrial farming, organic food, and what it is like to hunt and gather food, this is a surprisingly honest and self-aware account of the evolution of the modern diet.

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  • First Steps: How Upright Walking Made Us Human

    BasicBinding: Hardcover

    Author: Desilva, Jeremy

    Publisher: Harper

    Date Published: 04-2021

    ISBN: 0062938495 | EAN: 9780062938497

    BasicBinding: Hardcover

    Features: Bibliography, Illustrated, Index, Price on Product | Pages: 352

    Annotation: "Blending history, science, and culture, a stunning and highly engaging evolutionary story exploring how walking on two legs allowed humans to become the planet's dominant species."--Jacket flap.

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  • Jackpot: How the Super-Rich Really Live--And How Their Wealth Harms Us All

    BasicBinding: Hardcover

    Author: Mechanic, Michael

    Publisher: Simon & Schuster

    Date Published: 04-2021

    ISBN: 198212721X | EAN: 9781982127213

    BasicBinding: Hardcover

    Features: Price on Product, Bibliography, Index | Pages: 416

    Annotation: "A senior editor at Mother Jones dives into the lives of the extremely rich, showing the fascinating, otherworldly realm they inhabit-and the insidious ways this realm harms us all"--

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  • Hidden History of the Human Race: The Condensed Edition of Forbidden Archeology

    BasicBinding: Hardcover

    Author: Thompson, Richard L

    Publisher: Bbt Science

    Date Published: 03-1999

    ISBN: 0892133252 | EAN: 9780892133253

    BasicBinding: Hardcover

    Features: Illustrated, Bibliography, Index, Price on Product | Pages: 321

    Annotation: A condensed version of "Forbidden Archeology, Hidden History" documents major cover-ups of human evolution, origins, and history. 45 line drawings. 23 illustrations. 8 tables.

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  • Civilized to Death: The Price of Progress

    BasicBinding: Paperback

    Author: Ryan, Christopher

    Publisher: Avid Reader Press / Simon & Schuster

    Date Published: 08-2020

    ISBN: 1451659113 | EAN: 9781451659115

    BasicBinding: Paperback

    Features: Price on Product, Bibliography, Index | Pages: 304

    Annotation: The New York Times bestselling coauthor of Sex at Dawn explores the ways in which "progress" has perverted the way people live: how they eat, learn, feel, mate, parent, communicate, work, and die.

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  • Utopia of Rules: On Technology, Stupidity, and the Secret Joys of Bureaucracy

    BasicBinding: Paperback

    Author: Graeber, David

    Publisher: Melville House Publishing

    Date Published: 02-2016

    ISBN: 1612195180 | EAN: 9781612195186

    BasicBinding: Paperback

    Features: Price on Product | Pages: 272

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