Make Your Move The New Science of Dating and Why Women Are in Charge

Society is changing, which means it's time for dating to evolve. Millennial and Gen Z women are more than capable of seeking out what—and who—they want. They're standouts in...

Science and Cooking Physics Meets Food, From Homemade to Haute Cuisine

Based on the popular Harvard University and edX course, Science and Cooking explores the scientific basis of why recipes work.The spectacular culinary creations of modern cuisine...

One Simple Thing

When his father leaves town, twelve-year-old Rodney Culver's mother takes up with Otis Dell, a fry cook at the local diner—and a well-known petty thief. While Rodney resists the...

Hatred Understanding Our Most Dangerous Emotion

Hatred is often considered the opposite of love, but in many ways is much more complicated. It also may be considered one of the dominant emotions of our time, as individuals,...

Killing Strangers How Political Violence Became Modern

A bewildering feature of so much contemporary political violence is its stunning impersonality. Every major city center becomes a potential shooting gallery; and every metro...

Generation Why Not? 7 Principles to a Purposeful Business and Life, Driven by Attitude, Not Age

Join the ranks of Generation Why Not?®—a generation driven by attitude rather than age—to reach your dreams and goals in business and life.Generation Why Not?® lays out...

Beyond the Great Divide How A Nation Became A Neighborhood

Following the attacks of September 11th, New York governor George Pataki witnessed a truly United States of America rise like the mythological phoenix. People came together...

The Man of the Crowd Edgar Allan Poe and the City

How four American cities shaped Poe's life and writingsEdgar Allan Poe (1809–1849) changed residences about once a year throughout his life. Driven by a desire for literary...

The Property Species Mine, Yours, and the Human Mind

What is property, and why does our species have it? In The Property Species, Bart J. Wilson explores how humans acquire, perceive, and know the custom of property, and why this...

God of the Oppressed

In his reflections on God, Jesus, suffering, and liberation, James H. Cone relates the gospel message to the experience of the black community. But a wider theme of the book is...

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