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For most living Americans, September 11, 2001, is the darkest date in the nation's history. But what exactly happened on 9/11? Could it have been prevented? And what remains unresolved? Here is the first panoramic, authoritative account of that tragi
£15.23
Through the story of a Quaker gun-maker, Satia upends the conventional view of the Industrial Revolution as a truimph of innovation by placing war and Britain's gun trade at the heart of the Industrial Revolution and the state's imperial expansion.
£30.00
Collected here for the first time, Olivier Kugler's series of brilliant drawings of refugees from Syria in Escaping Wars and Waves document the lives of individuals and families in Iraqi Kurdistan, the tourist island of Kos, and the Jungle at Calais.
£19.99
It is clear that the right is on the rise, but after Brexit, the election of Donald Trump and the spike in popularity of extreme-right parties across Europe, the question on everyone's minds is: how did this happen?
£14.99
A lively and accessible book for teens on the history, pioneers, theories, questions, arguments and daily reality of feminism today.
£9.99
A collection of compelling narratives highlighting the struggles of feminist warriors whose voices are too often marginalized.
£15.99
A treasure trove of gems of inspiration arising from the edges where the personal, local, national and global intersect and a glimpse into the life and mind of a remarkable woman.
£9.95
First published in 1978, and winning the Martin Luther King Memorial Prize for that year, Finding a Voice established a new discourse on South Asian women’s lives and struggles in Britain. This second edition includes a new chapter and introduction.
£13.95