Barrie takes readers on a tour of the history of maritime navigation; a timely account of the legal struggles to attain fundamental rights; Casey’s guide belongs on every writer’s shelf; how university libraries have created new services
Greenwald on the NSA, Wartime Propaganda from Harwood, Memoir from Echols & Davis, Morton, & Much More | Social Sciences Reviews
Greenwald’s book is a must-read, Harwood’s account carries an organic empirical quality rarely facilitated by a historical text, turn-of-the-21st-century social movements in Latin America, refreshing experimentation from Schnapp & Battles
A Renaissance woman who appeals to a general audience, Hoffman promulgates a treatise on the evolution of punishment, employ Success with Library Volunteers to open conversations regarding future volunteer use
A Postmillennial Delhi, Neurobehavioral Disorders, Travel Essays, Community College Librarians, & More | Social Sciences Reviews
Capital, a city in the “vortex of change,” Kids in the Syndrome Mix is important for libraries and invaluable for parents, French Ghosts, Russian Nights, & American Outlaws for those with the travel bug
Gallo’s Talk Like TED explains communication methods that work, how people acquired and understood The Invention of News, the Long Mile Home is sensitive in its treatment & thrilling in its pace
The Law in Focus (Internet, Criminology, Training), Dublin in Maps, + Short Takes, & More | Reference Reviews
de Buitléir’s Portrait of Dublin is essential and a gorgeous curio for browsers; users will go to Internet and the Law; surprisingly inspiring reference from Tolkien Trivia to Consumer Survival.
The Artist’s Library, Tech Gadgets for Special Needs, The Price of Silence by Cohen, & More | Social Sciences Reviews
Insights into The Price of Silence, police work, and prosecutorial excess, Breaking Through, a guide to evaluate tablets, applications, and their usage, Native America is essential reading
Reviews of Nomi Prins All the Presidents’ Bankers, Danielle Allen’s Our Declaration, Karyn L. Freedman’s One Hour in Paris, Astra Taylor’s The People’s Platform, Harry Fisch’s The New Naked, Anne O. Nomis’s The History & Arts of the Dominatrix, and a list of titles from the March 15 issue.
Reviews of Kai Bird’s The Good Spy, James Oakes’s The Scorpion’s Sting, Peter Stark’s Astoria, H. Anthony Bandy’s eBooked!, John Baxter’s The Golden Moments of Paris, Steven Levingston’s Little Demon in the City of Light, Janice MacLeod’s Paris Letters, and more, plus a list of title titles from the March 1 issue.
Reviews of Will Swift’s Pat and Dick: The Nixons, an Intimate Portrait of a Marriage, Carole K. Fink’s Cold War: An International History, Annie Jacobsen’s Operation Paperclip: The Secret Intelligence Program That Brought Nazi Scientists to America, and a list of titles from the February 1 issue.