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The Reactionary Mind: Conservatism from Edmund Burke to Sarah Palin
(Oxford University Press, 2011) Read more
The Dolphin in the Mirror: Exploring Dolphin Minds and Saving Dolphin Lives
(Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2011) Read more
Security and Privacy: Global Standards for Ethical Identity Management in Contemporary Liberal Democratic States
(ANU E Press, 2012) Read more
Why Jane Austen?
(Columbia University Press, 2011) Read more
Peasants under Siege: The Collectivization of Romanian Agriculture, 1949–1962
(Princeton University Press, 2011) Read more
Spanish in New York: Language Contact, Dialectal Leveling, and Structural Continuity
(Oxford University Press, 2012) Read more
What They Saved: Pieces of a Jewish Past
(University of Nebraska Press, 2011)
Winner of the 2012 Jewish Journal Book Prize Read more
The Lived ICU Experiences of Nurses, Patients and Family Members: A Phenomenological Study of Critically Ill Patients, their Families and Nurses
(Lambert Academic Publishing, 2011) Read more
Community Art: An Anthropological Perspective
(Berg, 2012) Read more
Voces de Hispanoamérica: Antología literaria
(4th ed., Heinle/Cengage Learning, 2012) Read more