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Instrumentation in Audiology and Hearing Science: Theory and Practice
(Plural Publishing, 2011) Read more
Starting Treatment With Children and Adolescents: A Process-Oriented Guide for Therapists
(Routledge, 2011) Read more
From Gift to Commodity: Capitalism and Sacrifice in Nineteenth-Century American Fiction
(University of New Hampshire Press, 2012) Read more
Picturing Atrocity: Photography in Crisis
(Reaktion Books, 2012) Read more
Aspects of Multilingual Aphasia
(Multilingual Matters, 2012) Read more
Vico and Naples: The Urban Origins of Modern Social Theory
(Cornell University Press, 2011) Read more
Language: Communication and Human Behavior—The Linguistic Essays of William Diver
(Brill, 2011) Read more
Compassion Fatigue and Burnout in Nursing: Enhancing Professional Quality of Life
(Springer, 2012) Read more
American Empire: The Rise of a Global Power, the Democratic Revolution at Home 1945–2000
(Viking, 2012) Read more
The Eyes of the Desert Rats: British Long-Range Reconnaissance Operations in the North African Desert 1940–43
(Helion & Company, 2012) Read more