Zealot

Zealot

Reza Aslan

March 2014 | £9.99 | 352pp

Sifting through centuries of mythmaking, Reza Aslan sheds new light on one of history’s most influential and enigmatic figures by examining Jesus within the context of the times in which he lived: the age of zealotry, an era […]

Asian Britain

Asian Britain

Susheila Nasta

with Florian Stadtler

October 2013 | £20.00 | 300pp

South Asians have lived in Britain for centuries. From the first trade conducted between the two nations along the Silk Route to the adoption of Chicken Tikka Masala as a national dish, the ongoing mutual exchange of cultures […]

Meet Me in Gaza

Meet Me in Gaza

Louisa B. Waugh

June 2013 | £16.99 | 304pp

Do Gazans ever have fun? Is the Strip beautiful? And do TV reports actually reflect ordinary life inside the world’s largest ‘open-air prison’? From beautiful beaches to sealed borders, from a secret New Year’s Eve party to a […]

The Public Woman

The Public Woman

Joan Smith

May 2013 | £12.99 | 286pp

Women have never had more freedom yet questions of inequality persist from the bedroom to the workplace. A quarter of a century after the publication of her seminal text Misogynies, Joan Smith looks at what women have achieved […]

Misogynies

Misogynies

Joan Smith

May 2013 | £8.99 | 219pp

Misogynies is one of the most celebrated feminist texts by a British author. First published in 1989, it created shock waves with its analyses of history, literature and popular culture. Joan Smith drew on her own experience as […]

Invisible front cover

Invisible

Hsiao-Hung Pai

April 2013 | £10.99 | 350pp

Ming and Beata share neither the same language nor cultural background, yet their stories are remarkably similar. Both are single mothers in their thirties and both came to Britain in search of a new life: Ming from China […]

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