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Anthropology

“Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs to the Secretary of the Interior for the Year 1870” (1870; First , Limited and Signed) (Washington, D.C.: Government Printing Office) £30.00 £27.00
Hardback, no d/w. Marbled boards, black morocco to spine and corners. Cover in poor condition: top 40mm missing from spine, gilt titles still present; both hinges split externally, with small amount of leather lost; all corners worn; marbled boards in good condition; all edges marbled, but faded; matching marbled eps very good. Internally hinges split, but boards still retained by the binder's twine; prelims water stained; the text block is perfectly sound and firm, and in very good condition. Pp 395. No maps or illustrations.

Anon. (1983; First Edition), “Historical Guide to the Names of Indian Bands, Communities, and Reserves in Manitoba, 1870 – 1983” (Winnipeg: Treaty & Aboriginal Rights Research Centre of Manitoba, Inc.) £7.50 £6.75
Softback. Cream-coloured card wraps. See photo. Photocopied type-script. No markings or inscriptions. Introduction by Chief Jim Bear of Brokenhead Band. Pp 23; with map of Manitoba communities.

H. Cory (1956; First Edition), “African Figurines - Their Ceremonial Use in Puberty Rites in Tanganyika” (London: Faber & Faber) £25.00 £22.50
Hardback, no dust wrapper. Maroon cloth / gilt and black. Boards slightly bowed, with some surface marks. Discoloured area to spine where library mark has been removed. Shelf wear to head and tail of spine, with no loss. New end-papers. No interior library markings. Pp 176; with many photographic illustrations throughout.

George W. Cronyn [ed] (1997: Reprint), “The Path on the Rainbow : An Anthology of Native American Songs and Chants” (N. Hollywood, CA: Newcastle Publishing Co.) £15.00 £13.50
Paperback, no d/w. Book in fine condition. Pp [16], 360. Reprint of a 1918 classic.

Vera Rubin [ed] (1971; Second Edition, Third Printing), “Caribbean Studies: a Symposium” (Seattle: University Of Washington Press) £20.00 £18.00
Blue-grey cloth, gilt to spine and front board. Head and tail of spine and corners lightly bumped. Previous owner's name to front paste-down. Pp viii, [2], 124. Monograph #34 of the American Ethnological Society.

Barbara Saunders & Marie-Claire Foblets [eds] (2002; First Edition), “Changing Genders in Intercultural Perspectives” (Leuven: Leuven University Press) £25.00 £22.50
Paperback, no d/w. Light shelf-wear only. Pp 232. Studia Anthropologica.

Wilbur Sturtevant Nye (1962; First Edition), “Bad Medicine & Good - Tales of the Kiowas” (Norman: University Of Oklahoma) £10.00 £9.00
Hardback with protected dust wrapper. Dust wrapper is complete, but has tape marks to inside flaps, spine and edges, otherwise very good. Dark grey cloth / red and white. Red motif to front board. Some wear and bumping to spine extremities and corners. Otherwise volume is very good. New end-papers. Library ink-stamp removed from copyright page. No other library markings. Pp xxiv, 291; with two maps and many illustrations in text.

Edwin Thompson Denig (1961; First Edition), “Five Indian Tribes of the Upper Missouri - Sioux, Arickaras, Assiniboines, Crees, Crows” (Norman: University of Oklahoma) £15.00 £13.50
Hardback with protected dust wrapper. Dust wrapper is complete, but has tape marks to upper and lower edges. Some minor wear to head and tail of spine and lower edges. Pale brown cloth / dark brown and pink title to spine. Clean, bright boards, but with two faint tape marks to rear. Tiny area of loss to head of spine, otherwise very good. New end-papers. No library markings to interior. Text clean throughout. Pp xxxvii, 218; with twelve illustrations and a map.

Archaeology

Thomas Bateman (1978; Reprint), “Ten Years Digging in Celtic and Saxon Grave-Hills” (Buxton: Moorland) £50.00 £45.00
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w as new. Pp [12], xiv, 309. First published 1861.

John Blair [ed] (1990; First , Limited and Signed), “Saint Frideswide's Monastery at Oxford: Archaeological & Architectural Studies” (Gloucester: Sutton) £90.00 £81.00
Hardback in d/w. D/w spine faded slightly, and with minor loss to head of spine, and minor edge-wear. Book fine condition.. Pp 285. Illustrated throughout in b&w with photos, maps, tables and diagrams. First publication, in book form, of articles which appeared in Oxoniensia Volume LIII, 1988. Very scarce.

Elaine Edgar (1997; First Edition), “A Journey Between Souls: The Story of a Soldier and a Pharaoh” (Colorado: White-Boucke Publishing) £16.00 £14.40
Paperback, no d/w. Light shelf-wear only. Pp xi, 169. Edited by Colin White & Lorraine McWilliams. SIGNED and dedicated by Author to verso of fep.

S. A. Jeavons (1961; Reprint), “The Church Plate of Derbyshire 1491 – 1850” (Ripley: Derbyshire Archaeological Society) £15.00 £13.50
Hardback, no d/w. Dark blue cloth with gilt titles to front board. Head and tail of spine bumped, very light shelf-wear to edges. 1” x 1/2 ” scuff mark to rear board. Internally fine condition. Pp 84. With 33 pages of plates. Preface by Charles Oman. Reprinted from the Derbyshire Archaeological Journal, volume LXXXI, 1961.

Rev. Beale Poste (1853; First Edition), “The Coins of Cunobeline, and of the Ancient Britons. [Together with The Coins of Caractacus, & Ancient British Chariots]” (London: John Russell Smith) £600.00 £560.00
Hardback, no d/w. Dark green cloth, blind-stamped to back and front, gilt to spine. This book has been professionally rebacked, with the original spine laid down on matching cloth; hinges restored. Original yellow ep's; “Bebington Free Library” plate to front paste-down. Htp, tissue-guarded frontis [portrait of the author], title page, dedication page [to Charles Roach Smith], 2pp advertisement, iv, [preface], 300 [main text], 18 [Coins of Caractacus], iv [index], htp, 4 [Ancient British Chariots], 2 [ads]. “Coins of Caractacus” extracted from the Gentleman's Magazine for March 1849. “Ancient British Chariots” dated 1851. With 4 pages of plates, 1 map in red and black, and many wood engravings. Believed to be one of only 40 copies printed. Htp has a hand-written dedication: “To Joseph Mayer Esquire From the Author”. Joseph Mayer was a collector of antiquities, giving his entire collection to the people of Liverpool as a museum, and friend of Charles Roach Smith, to whom this book is officially dedicated. Extremely rare copy of a valuable research tool.

T. W. Potter (1979; First Edition), “Romans in North-west England: Excavations at the Roman Forts of Ravenglass, Watercrook and Bowness on Solway” (Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society) £16.00 £14.40
Soft cloth binding; top edge slightly discoloured. Pp [14], 371, plus 24 pages of b&w plates.

Business Studies & Economics

Glyn Burton, George Carrol & Stuart Wall (2002; Second Edition) “Quantitative Methods for Business & Economics” (Harlow, Essex: Financial Times/Prentice Hall) £18.00 £16.20
Paperback, no d/w. One page creased, otherwise in fine condition. Pp x, 480.

General Social Sciences & Politics

Alison Adburgham (1964; First Edition), “Shops and Shopping 1800-1914” (London: George Allen and Unwin) £12.00 £10.80
Hardback, in protected d/w. D/w minor loss to head and tail of spine, repaired tears to edges, price-clipped. Book light shelf-wear only, with gift inscription to fep. Pp xx, 304. Illustrated throughout in b&w.

Anon., “Est-ce Vrai, Monsieur Lubke? £15.00 £13.50
Softback. This is a small volume of 'documents accusing the President of the Federal Republic of West Germany of Crimes against Humanity and International Law.' All in French language. Pp 47; with many photographic illustrations; and statistics relating to Buchenwald concentration camp. A rarity. See photo.

Anon. (1984), “Look Into the Future” (Moscow) £10.00 £9.00
Hardback, no dust wrapper. Blue-green pictorial cover. Light shelf wear to extremities. Internally very good. Pp 158, [2]; illustrated in colour throughout. English language text, with 'vocabulary' to rear. A outline of life in the Soviet Union.

Carol Baines, Patricia Evans, Sheila Neysmith [eds] (1993; Reprint), “Women's Caring: Feminist Perspectives on Social Welfare” (Toronto: McCelland & Stewart) £15.00 £13.50
Paperback , no d/w. Book in almost fine condition. Pp 310.

Stephen M. Barber & David L. Clark [eds] (2002; First Edition), “Regarding Sedgwick Essays on Queer Culture and Critical Theory” (London: Routledge) £16.00 £14.40
Paperback, no d/w. Shelfwear only - almost fine condition. Pp 282.

Balandier Boss Steiner Siniavski Fouchet (1975; First Edition), “Solitude et Communication” (Neuchatel: Les Editions De La Baconniere) £10.00 £9.00
White covers somewhat darkened with age, light shelf-wear to edges, but internally clean and bright, with no markings or inscriptions. Pp. 210, [6]. Textes des conferences et des entretiens organises par les vingt-cinquiemes rencontres internationales de Geneve 1975.

“The Black Dwarf Vol 13, Number 9; 10 Jan 1969” (1969) (London: Black Dwarf) £10.00 £9.00
Newspaper format, worn around the edges. Pp 12.

“The Black Dwarf Vol 14, Number 29; 20 Feb 1970” (1970) (London: Black Dwarf) £10.00 £9.00
Newspaper format, slightly worn around the edges. Pp 12.

Roy Boyne (2001), “Subject, Society and Culture” (London: Sage Publications) £15.00 £13.50
Softback. One small crease to lower rh corner, otherwise cover is unmarked. No crease to spine. Previous owner's signature to verso of front cover. No other markings or inscriptions to interior. Pp xii, 179; with index. This is a title from Sage Publications' Theory, Culture & Society series.

Len Bracken (1991; First Edition), “Ritual Intoxication; Intoxicacion Ritual” (Arlington: Backbone Books) £40.00 £36.00
Spiral bound card covers; white card, black title and illustration to front; tiny mark and faint yellowing to front. Internally fine condition. Pp 124. Dual language text: English to verso, Spanish to recto. Scarce.

Joachim Von Braun [ed.] (1995: First Edition), “Employment for Poverty Reduction and Food Security” (Washington, D.C.: International Food Policy Research Institute) £35.00 £31.50
Softback, no d/w. Very light shelf wear, almost as new. Very scarce.

A.K. Chesterton (1936: First Edition), “Oswald Mosley: Portrait of a Leader” (London: Action Press) £40.00
Hardcover. With a list of “Books for Students of Fascism” as back fly leaf and end paper. Several photographic illustrations. 168 pages (foxing on the fore-edge and Dust Jacket). Green cloth hardcover - immaculate. Slight tearing at corners of spine on Dust Jacket.

J. Bruce Glasier (First Edition), “Socialism in Song: An Appreciation of William Morris's “Chants for Socialists”; Together with an Introductory Essay on Poetry and Politics” (Manchester: National Labour Press) £30.00 £27.00
Grey wraps, blue titles. Covers slightly grubby. internally very good. Undated ( believed 1919 ). Pp xiv, 32.

Paul Cammack (1997; First Edition), “Capitalism and Democracy in the Third World: The Doctrine for Political Development” (Leicester: Leicester University Press) £18.00 £16.20
Paperback, no d/w. Book as new. Pp 277.

Eric O. Clarke (2000; First , Limited and Signed), “Virtuous Vice: Homoeroticism and the Public Sphere” (Durham, North Carolina: Duke Univ. Press) £12.00 £10.80
Paperback, no d/w. Corners bumped, light shelf-wear. Pp xii, 233.

Simon Clarke (1982; First , Limited and Signed), “Marx, Marginalism and Modern Society: From Adam Smith to Max Weber” (London: Macmillan) £40.00 £36.00
Hardback, in d/w. D/w sunned down spine and along upper edge, slight wear to head of spine. Book black cloth/gilt in fine condition. Pp vi, 250. Contemporary Social Theory series.

Martin Conboy (2002; First Edition), “The Press and Popular Culture” (London: Sage) £15.00 £13.50
Paperback, no d/w. New book. Pp x, [2], 194.

Martin Conboy (2010; Reprint), “Journalism: a Critical History” (London: Sage) £15.00 £13.50
Paperback, no d/w. New book. Pp ix, 246.

Maureen O'Connor, Elizabeth Hale (1999; First Edition), “Hackney Downs: The School That Dared To Fight” (London: Cassell and Co Ltd) £16.00 £14.40
Paperback, no d/w. Light shelf-wear only. Pp xix, 266. Inscribed and signed on tp by Hales and Davies.

John Darwin, Phil Johnson and John McAuley (2002; First , Limited and Signed), “Developing Strategies for Change” (Harlow: Financial Times/Prentice Hall) £30.00 £27.00
Paperback, no d/w. As new. Pp ix, 350.

Philip John Davies [ed] (1991; First , Limited and Signed), “Science Fiction, Social Conflict and War” (Manchester: Manchester University Press) £30.00 £27.00
Paperback, no d/w. As new, with publisher's review slip laid in. Pp 185. In M.U.P.'s “Cultural Politics” series.

Arthur Davis [ed] (1996; First Edition), “ George Grant and the Subversion of Modernity: Art, Philosophy, Politics, Religion, and Education” (Toronto: Univ.of Toronto Press) £20.00 £18.00
Red cloth with black titles, no d/w. Pp xv, 346. Inscribed on tp: “For my good friend Chris [Searle] with best wishes, Art”.

James Duncan and David Ley [eds] (1993; First , Limited and Signed), “place/culture/representation” (London: Routledge) £30.00 £27.00
Paperback, no d/w. Slight creasing to front cover, otherwise fine condition. No markings or inscriptions. Pp ix, 341.

Kevin Durrheim, Xoliswa Mtose and Lyndsay Brown (2011; First Edition), “Race Trouble: Race, Identity and Inequality” (Scottsville, S.A.: University of KwaZulu-Natal Press) £20.00 £18.00
Laminated boards. Book as new. Pp ix, 234.

Michael Emerson (1998; Second Edition), “Redrawing the Map of Europe” (Basingstoke: Macmillan) £22.00 £19.80
Paperback, no d/w. Head of spine slightly bumped, otherwise as new. Pp xxx, 268. Includes 16 maps.

Richard English (1998: First Edition), “Ernie O'Malley: IRA Intellectual” (Oxford: Oxford at the Clarendon Press) £40.00 £36.00
Hardback, in d/w. Previous owner's name to fep, otherwise both book and d/w as new. Pp xii, (4), 267. Illustrated with b&w photos.

Randall D. Germain (1997; First Edition), “The International Organization of Credit: States and Global Finance in the World Economy” (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) £12.00 £10.80
Paperback, no d/w. Book as new. Pp xvi, 203, [3]. “Cambridge Studies in International Relations”.

Rebecca Ginsburg (2011; First Edition), “At Home with Apartheid: The Hidden Landscapes of Domestic Service in Johannesburg” (Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press) £20.00 £18.00
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w in fine condition. Pp xi, 229.

Soren Hansen and Jesper Jensen (1971; First English Edition), “The Little Red School-book” (London: Stage 1) £20.00 £18.00
Paperback, no d/w. Edges darkened, top edge has small stain; otherwise very good condition. Pp 208. English text, translated from the Danish by Berit Thornberry.

Stewart Home (2002; First Edition), “Infopool No. 6, 2002” (London: Infopool) £6.00 £5.40
Silver stapled card wraps. Fine condition. Pp 28. Situationist magazine.

Orit Ichilov [ed] (1998; First Edition), “Citizenship and Citizenship Education in a Changing World” (London: Woburn Press) £12.00 £10.80
Paperback, no d/w. Previous owner's name to verso of front cover, otherwise in fine condition. Pp 282.

Margaret and James Jacob [eds] (1984; First Edition), “The Origins of Anglo-American Radicalism” (London: George Allen and Unwin) £20.00 £18.00
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w in very good condition. Pp x, 333.

Jakob Jakobson (2000; First Edition), “Infopool No. 1, 2000” (London: Infopool) £6.00 £5.40
Silver card stapled wraps. Fine condition. Pp 32. Situationist magazine.

Carl E. James (2005; First , Limited and Signed), “Race in Play: Understanding the Socio-Cultural Worlds of Student Athletes” (Toronto: Canadian Scholars Press) £10.00 £9.00
Paperback, no d/w. Light shelf-wear, occasional light pencillings. Pp xiii, 244.

Robert Jelinek [ed] (1995; First , Limited and Signed), “Subetage” (Vienna: Sabotage Communications) £15.00 £13.50
Softcover, no d/w. As new. Pp 59, [12].

Scott Lash & Jonathan Friedman [eds] (1993; Reprint), “Modernity and Identity” (Oxford: Blackwell) £15.00 £13.50
Paperback, no d/w. Previous owner's name to inside front cover, light pencil marks to margins, otherwise fine condition. Pp viii, 379.

Dan Laughey (2006; First Edition), “Music and Youth Culture” (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press) £16.00 £14.40
Paperback, no d/w. Book in fine condition. Pp xi, 248.

Steven Lukes (1973; First Edition), “Individualism” (Oxford: Basil Blackwell) £20.00 £18.00
Hardback, in d/w. D/w sunned down spine and along top edge. Book in fine condition. Pp x, 172. “Key Concepts in the Social Sciences”. Author's compliment slip loosely inserted.

Nancy McCarthy, Brent Swallow, Michael Kirk, Peter Hazell (2000: First Edition), “Property Rights, Risk, & Livestock Development in Africa” (Washington, D.C.: International Livestock Research Institute and International Food Policy Research Institute) £16.00 £14.40
Softback, no d/w. Almost mint condition. Very scarce.

Peter McLaren (1995; First , Limited and Signed), “Critical Pedagogy and Predatory Culture” (London: Routledge) £15.00 £13.50
Paperback, no d/w. Light occasional pencil annotations to text, otherwise book in fine condition. Pp xiii, 294. Preface by Paulo Freire.

Martin N. Marger (2008; Fourth Edition), “Social Inequality: Patterns and Processes” (New York: McGraw-Hill) £35.00 £31.50
Paperback, no d/w. Book as new. Pp xvi, 448. “Latest statistics and research in all chapters ; many new tables and figures.”

Hugh Miall, Oliver Ramsbotham, Tom Woodhouse (2004; Reprint), “Contemporary Conflict Resolution” (Cambridge: Polity Press) £12.50 £11.25
Paperback, no d/w. Has only the lightest of shelf-wear; no markings or inscriptions. Pp xviii, 270.

Nigel Moor & Paul Waddington (1980; First , Limited and Signed), “ From Rags to Ruins: Batley, Woollen Textiles and Industrial Change” (Newcastle-Upon-Tyne: CDPPEC) £25.00 £22.50
Paperback, no d/w. Large quarto pamphlet; pp 69. Illustrated. Very good condition.

Michael Moran (1999; First Edition), “Governing the Health Care State: a Comparative Study of the United Kingdom, the United States and Germany” (Manchester: Manchester University Press) £40.00 £36.00
Paperback, no d/w. Book has the lightest of shelf-wear only. Pp xii, 196. Loosely inserted are 2 letters: #1 TLS from Terry Ford, editor of “Talking Politics” requesting a review from Bernard M. Jones of Sheffield, and #2 the typed review itself.

Kenneth Mostern (1999; First Edition), “Autobiography and Black Identity Politics: Racialization in Twentieth Century America” (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) £12.00 £10.80
Hardback, no d/w. Orange hardback, with silver titles to spine and front board. Rear board has signs of label removal to lower right. Internally in fine condition. Pp xii, 280.

The National Committee to Promote the Break-up of the Poor Law (1909; First Edition), “The Minority Report of the Poor Law Commission: Part II , the Unemployed” (London: The National Committee to Promote the Break-up of the Poor Law) £20.00 £18.00
Paperback, no d/w. Original grey paper wraps, slight edge-wear, creased along lower edge. Pp ix, 345. Annotations to 3 or 4 pages. Part II only. Printed by, and for, the Committee.

“Nineteenth-Century Contexts: An Interdisciplinary Journal; Vol 23, No 2 [2001], Pages 175 – 324” (2001; First Edition) (Basingstoke: Harwood Academic) £20.00 £18.00
Paperback, no d/w. Previous owner's name to contents page, otherwise in fine condition. Special issue: ” Women's Friendships and Lesbian Sexuality”.

Eric A. Nordlinger (1981; First Edition), “On the Autonomy of the Democratic State” (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press) £12.00 £10.80
Paperback, no d/w. Previous owner's name to verso of front cover, otherwise in fine condition. Pp viii, 239.

Michael Pacione [ed] (1985; First Edition), “Progress in Political Geography” (London: Croom Helm) £12.00 £10.80
Hardback, in d/w. D/w very slightly sunned down spine, previous owner's name to fep, otherwise both book and d/w in fine condition. Pp 275.

Christopher Pierson and Francis G. Castles [eds] (2003; Reprint), “The Welfare State Reader” (Oxford: Polity Press) £12.00 £10.80
Softcover, no d/w. Front cover and head of spine slightly bumped, o/w fine condition. Pp xi, 403. No markings or inscriptions.

David Pinder (2001; Reprint), “The New Europe: Economy, Society & Environment” (Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell) £20.00 £18.00
Paperback, no d/w. Book as new. Pp ix, 494.

Raymond Plant (2010; Reprint), “The Neo-Liberal State” (Oxford: Oxford University Press) £25.00 £22.50
Pictorial laminated boards, in fine condition. Pp x, 283.

Eva Pomeroy (2000; First , Limited and Signed), “Experiencing Exclusion” (Stoke-on-Trent: Trentham Books) £10.00 £9.00
Paperback, no d/w. As new. Pp viii, 159.

John Ralston Saul (1997; First , Limited and Signed), “The Unconscious Civilization” (New York: Free Press) £12.00 £10.80
Hardback in d/w. Previous owner's name to front paste-down, occasional pencil marks to margins, otherwise both book and d/w as new. Pp 199.

Ron Ramdin (1987; First Paperback Edition), “The Making of the Black Working Class in Britain” (Aldershot: Wildwood House) £30.00 £27.00
Paperback, no d/w. Creased down spine and slightly shelf-worn, but still in very good condition. Previous owner's name inside front cover. Pp x, 626.

Peter Raynor (1985; First , Limited and Signed), ”Social Work, Justice and Control” (Oxford: Blackwell) £10.00 £9.00
Paperback, no d/w. Creased down spine, previous owner's name to fep, with no other markings or inscriptions. Pp viii, 220.

Alfie Roberts (2005; First , Limited and Signed), “A View for Freedom: Alfie Roberts Speaks” (Montreal: Alfie Roberts Insitute) £15.00 £13.50
Paperback, no d/w. Book as new. Pp 101. Thoughts on the Caribbean, cricket, Montreal, and C.L.R. James. Introduction by David Austin, afterword by Robert Hill.

Juanita Ross Epp and Ailsa M. Watkinson [eds] (1996; First Edition), “Systemic Violence: How Schools Hurt People” (London: Falmer Press) £20.00 £18.00
Paperback, no d/w. Occasional light pencil annotations, and very light shelf-wear, otherwise in fine condition. Pp xii, 203.

Andrew Russell and Edward Fieldhouse (2005; First Edition), “Neither Left Nor Right? The Liberal Democrats and the Electorate” (Manchester: Manchester University Press) £30.00 £27.00
Hardback, no d/w. Black cloth, gilt to spine and front. Book in fine condition, both inside and out. Pp vii, [3], 272.

Yezid Sayigh (1997; First Edition), “Armed Struggle and the Search for State: The Palestinian National Movement, 1949 – 1993” (Oxford: Oxford at the Clarendon Press) £120.00 £108.00
Hardback, in d/w. D/w in fine condition. Book also in fine condition, save for 2 leaves (pp 569 - 572) creased across lower right corners. Pp xliii, 953. Includes 7 maps, Arabic glossary, and genealogical diagram.

Walter Scott (1984; Reprint), “The Visionary; Nos. I. II. III.” (Cardiff: University College of Cardiff Press) £20.00 £18.00
Paperback, no d/w. Book has only the lightest of shelf-wear, almost as new. Pp xii, 55, xiii-xvii. Regency Reprints #1. Facsimile edition, edited with an introduction by Peter Garside. Originally this was published as 3 newspaper articles by “Somnambulus” in the Edinburgh Weekly Journal, December 1819, re-appearing shortly after as a pamphlet, with minor alterations and preface. This is the first reprint.

H. Svi Shapiro & David E. Purpel (editors) (1998; Second Edition), “Critical Social Issues in American Education - Transformation in a Postmodern World” (Mahwah, New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum) £17.50 £15.75
Softback. Lime green wraps, clean and unmarked. Shallow crease to spine. Spine slightly sunned. No bumps or wear. No markings or inscriptions to interior. Pp xvi, 420; with index.

Howard Slater (2000; First Edition), “Infopool No. 2, 2000” (London: Infopool) £6.00 £5.40
Silver card stapled wraps. Fine condition. Pp 32. Situationist magazine.

Ken Smith (2004; First Edition), “A Civil War Without Guns 20 Years on: The Lessons of the 1984- 85 miners' Strike” (London: Socialist Publications) £20.00 £18.00
Paperback, no d/w. Book in fine condition. Pp viii, 120. Illustrated in b&w.

Michael Sprinker (1999; First , Limited and Signed), “Ghostly Demarcations: a Symposium on Jacques Derrida's Specters of Marx” (London: Verso) £25.00 £22.50
Paperback, no d/w. Light shelf-wear only. Pp 278.

Grahame Thompson (1990; First Edition), “The Political Economy of the New Right” (London: Pinter Publishers) £45.00 £40.50
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w as new. Pp 216. Volume in the “Themes in Right-wing Ideology and Politics Series”.

“Tirghra: Ireland's Patriot Dead” (2002; First Edition) (Dublin: I nDil Chuimhne) £40.00 £36.00
Paperback, no d/w. Pictorial card covers. Slight knock to top edge, otherwise almost fine condition. Pp viii, 368. Introduction by Gerry Adams, in both Gaelic and English; preface, in English, by Joe Cahill. Published “in memory of the 364 Republicans whose names are on the Roll of Honour. These men and women, Volunteers in Oglaigh Na h-Eireann, Cumman Na mBan, Fianna Eireann, and members of Sinn Fein gave their lives in the cause of Irish Freedom.” Text includes the Roll of Honour, with a whole page (usually with photo) dedicated to each of the 364 dead patriots. Tirghra National Commemoration Book, Dublin, April 13th, 2002.

Jonathan Tonge (1998; First Edition), “Northern Ireland: Conflict and change” (Hemel Hempstead: Prentice Hall Europe) £16.00 £14.40
Paperback, no d/w. Book as new. Pp xix, 218.

Alain Touraine (2000; Reprint), “Can We Live Together: Equality and Difference” (Cambridge: Polity Press) £12.00 £10.80
Paperback, no d/w. Ex-owner's name to inside front cover, otherwise as new. Pp vii, 326.

Brian Trainor (1998; First Edition), “Justice and the State: On Liberal Organicism and the Foundations of Emancipatory Politics” (Quebec: World Heritage Press) £20.00 £18.00
Paperback, no d/w. Previous owner's name & address crossed out on verso to front cover; light pencillings throughout. Pp 150.

Andrew Tylecote (1982; Reprint), “The Causes of the Present Inflation: An Interdisciplinary Explanation of Inflation in Britain, Germany and the United States” (London: Macmillan) £20.00 £18.00
Paperback, no d/w. Slight sunning of spine, previous owner's signature to fep. Pp xvi, 236.

George Walford (1990; First Edition Second Impression), “Beyond Politics: An Outline of Systematic Ideology” (London: Calabria Press) £12.00 £10.80
Paperback, no d/w. Light shelf-wear only. Pp ii, 155.

W. Watts Miller (1996: First Edition), “Durkheim, Morals and Modernity” (London: UCL Press) £20.00 £18.00
Hardback in protected dust wrapper. Dust wrapper is complete and in fine condition. Black / silver to spine. Book is in fine condition. No markings or inscriptions to interior. Pp vii, 288; with index.

Kevin Whelan (1996; First , Limited and Signed), “Construction of Irish Identity 1760 – 1830” (Cork: Cork Univ.) £12.50 £11.25
Paperback, no d/w. The lightest of shelf-wear only. No markings or inscriptions. Pp x, 236.

Chris White [ed] (1999; First Edition), “Nineteenth-Century Writings on Homosexuality” (London: Routledge) £15.00 £13.50
Paperback, no d/w. Front cover creased across lower right corner, otherwise fine condition. Pp xi, 374.

“Women's Work on the Waterfront 1916 – 1987” (Liverpool: First , Limited and Signed) £14.00 £12.60
Paperback, no d/w. Card wraps, in very good condition. Undated [1988?]. Pp 71. Research by Liverpool “Women's History - Women's Lives” and Second Chance to Learn Group.

Law & Order

Rana Bahu, Eric Melloul and William Walsh (1995; First Edition), “Banking Law Reform in the Palestinian Territories” (Jerusalem, Israel: IPCRI) £18.00 £16.20
Paperback, no d/w. Light shelfwear only. Pp ix, 261. Commercial Law Reports Series Number 3, December 1995.

Bell, Buss, Mansell, Millns and Whitty (1999), “Teaching Human Rights” (Coventry: National Centre for Legal Education) £16.00 £14.40
Large format paperback in very good condition. Pp [8], 90. Teaching and learning manual.

Prachoom Chomchai [ed] (1997; First Edition) “Development of Legal Systems in Asia: Experiences of Japan and Thailand” £18.00 £16.20
Paperback, no d/w. Book in almost fine condition. Pp 388. Proceedings of the International Symposium 6-7 November 1997, Bangkok, Thailand. Organized by Faculty of Law, Kyushu University and Faculty of Law, Thammasat University.

“Professional Policing” (2002; First Edition) (New Delhi, India: NHRC) £20.00 £18.00
Paperback, no d/w. Book in fine condition. Pp 167. Themes : Human Rights Investigation & Interviewing Skills + Human Rights & Custody Management. Published in collaboration with The British Council and The British High Commission.

Sia Spiliopoulou Akermark (2000, First Edition), “Human Rights of Minority Women: a Manual of International Law” (Mariehamn, Finland: The Aland Islands Peace Institute) £18.00 £16.20
Light shelf-wear only. Pp 207. Published in co-operation with the Abo Akademi University Institute for Human Rights.

Piruna Tingsabadh [ed] (1997; First Edition), “Law, Justice and Open Society in ASEAN ” £18.00 £16.20
Paperback, no d/w. Spine faded, otherwise in almost fine condition. Pp 527. Proceedings of the Regional Symposium 6 - 9 October 1997, Bangkok, Cha-Am Thailand. Organised by The Instittute of Comparative Law and Public Policy, Faculty of Law, Thammsat University, Bangkok, with the support of the Konrad Adenauer Foundation.

Organisational Theory & Behaviour

Psychology/ Psychiatry

Mary Butterton (2004; First , Limited and Signed), “Music and Meaning: Opening Minds in the Caring and Healing Professions” (Oxford: Radcliffe Medical Press) £12.00 £10.80
Paperback, no d/w. Book as new. Pp vii, 168.

Gemma Corradi Fiumara (1992; First , Limited and Signed), “The Symbolic Function: Psychoanalysis and the Philosophy of Language” (Oxford: Blackwell) £12.00 £10.80
Paperback, no d/w. Lightest of shelf-wear only. No markings or inscriptions. Pp vii, 230.

Windy Dryden and Brian Thorne [eds] (1998; Reprint), “Training and Supervision for Counselling in Action” (London: Sage) £8.00 £7.20
Paperback, no d/w. Lightest of shelf-wear only. Previous owner's name to htp. Pp 182.

Edward F. Edinger (1998; Eighth printing), “Anatomy of the Psyche: Alchemical Symbolism in Psychotherapy” (Chicago: Open Court) £18.00 £16.20
Paperback, no d/w. Bok in fine condition. Pp xviii, [4], 260. Illustrated in b&w.

Colin Feltham [ed] (1999; First , Limited and Signed), “Understanding the Counselling Relationship” (London: Sage) £10.00 £9.00
Paperback, no d/w. Previous owner's name to fep, and light pencillings in text. Pp xii, 244.

Fay Fransella and Don Bannister (1990; Reprint), “A Manual for Repertory Grid Technique” (London: Academic Press) £15.00 £13.50
Paperback, no d/w. Lightest of shelf-wear only. Pp xiii, 193

Peter J. Hampson and Peter E. Morris (1997; Reprint), “Understanding Cognition” (Oxford: Blackwell) £14.00 £12.60
Paperback, no d/w. Only the lightest of shelf-wear. Pp xix, 399.

Michael Jacobs (2000; Reprint), “Psychodynamic Counselling in Action” (London: Sage) £10.00 £9.00
Paperback, no d/w. Previous owner's name to fep, light pencillings to text. Pp xii, 176.

William Jones and Jaime Teevan (eds) (2007; First , Limited and Signed), “Personal Information Management” (Seattle: Univ. Of Washington Press) £16.00 £14.40
Paperback, no d/w. Book as new. Pp vi, 334.

Edith Kurzweil (1989; First Edition), “The Freudians - a Comparative Perspective” (New Haven, Connecticut: Yale University Press) £8.00 £7.20
Hardback with dust wrapper. Dust wrapper has very slight creases, otherwise fine. Mustard-coloured cloth / green to spine. Volume is in fine condition. No markings or inscriptions to interior. Pp xii, 371; with index & references.

Robert Langs (1999; First , Limited and Signed), “Psychotherapy and Science” (London: Sage) £23.00 £22.70
Paperback, no d/w. As new. Pp 202. In the series “Perspectives on Psychotherapy”.

Pat Milner and Stephen Palmer [eds] (2001; First , Limited and Signed), “Counselling: The BACP Counselling Reader , Volume 2” (London: Sage) £28.00 £25.20
Paperback, no d/w. Book as new. Pp xiv, 663.

R. Murray Thomas (1990; Reprint), “Counselling and Life-span Development” (London: Sage) £15.00 £13.50
Paperback, no d/w. Previous owner's name to fep. Light pencillings to text. Pp 366.

Tor Norretranders (1998: First English Edition), “The User Illusion: Cutting Conscious Down to Size” (London: Allen Lane/Penguin) £15.00 £13.50
Hardback, in d/w. Both book and d/w in fine condition. Pp xii, 467. Translated into English by Jonathan Sydenham.

“Resurgences et Derives De La Mystique; Nouvelle Revue De Psychanalyse No. 22, Autumn 1980” (1980; First Edition) (Paris: Gallimard) £10.00 £9.00
Paperback, no d/w. White card covers darkened, otherwise fine condition. Pp 311. French text.

Elisabeth Roudinesco (1986; First Edition), “La Bataille De Cent Ans: Histoire De La Psychanalyse En France, Volume 2, 1925 – 1985” (Paris: Seuil) £12.00 £10.80
Paperback, no d/w. Light shelf-wear only. Pp 773, [8]. Illustrated in b&w. French text.

Paul M. Salkovskis [ed] (1996; First Edition), “Trends in Cognitive and Behavioural Therapies” (Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell) £30.00 £27.00
Paperback, no d/w. Light wear to edges and corners. Previous owner's name to htp. Pp xii, 162, [2].

Nicholas Wade (1982; First , Limited and Signed), “The Art and Science of Visual Illusions” (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul) £35.00 £31.50
Hard back in protected d/w. D/w lightly bumped to head of spine; not price-clipped. Book dark green/gilt, only the lightest of shelf-wear. Internally fine condition, with no markings or inscriptions. Pp xi, 293. Complete with set of transparent overlays in plastic wallet, laid in to rear.

Peter Warr (2001; First Edition), “Psychology in Sheffield: The Early Years” (Sheffield: Sheffield Academic Press) £6.50 £5.85
Soft back, no d/w. 152 pp. Mint condition, signed on half-title page by author. Outlines the development of psychology in the University of Sheffield between 1906 and 1970.

J. Mark G. Williams, Fraser N. Watts, Colin MacLeod and Andrew Mathews (1997; Second Edition), “Cognitive Psychology and Emotional Disorders” (Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell) £20.00 £18.00
Paperback, no d/w. Creased down spine, very light shelf-wear. Pp xii, 404.

Topography

Margaret Borland and John Dunning (1992; First , Limited and Signed), “Bishop Burton and Its People - a Village History” (Beverley: Highgate) £7.50 £6.75
Soft cover. Spine faded from green to turquoise, otherwise fine condition. Pp x, 134. Illustrated throughout.

W. Leslie Unsworth (1927; First , Limited and Signed), “Seventy-five Year's Co-Operation” £10.00 £9.00
Hardback, no d/w. Only the lightest of bumps to head and tail of spine, o/w fine condition. Maroon cloth/gilt. Faint stamp of Derby Co-op Education Dept on fep. Pp 264. Illustrated throughout with black and white photographs. “A Historical Outline of the Birth, Growth and Development of the Derby Co-operative Provident Society Ltd., 1850-1925.”

David Winpenny (1977; Second Edition), “St. Martin-on-the-Hill: a Guide” (Scarborough: Self-published) £8.00 £7.20
Stapled card wraps. Light shelf-wear only. Pp 16. Guide to the church on South Cliff, Scarborough, famous for its William Morris stained glass.

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