From Pitt to Peel 1783-1846

Michael Wells (1968, Modern History)

From Pitt to Peel 1783-1846 (Hodder Educ, 2015)

Michael Wells has published a number of textbooks on British History to support the OCR A Level specification. From Pitt to Peel explores the development of British Government from the premiership of Pitt the Younger to that of Peel. It encourages the critical use of evidence in investigating and assessing historical questions.

Teaching Secondary Science

Keith Ross (1963, Metallurgy) 

Teaching Secondary Science (Routledge, 2015)

The book draws on Keith’s experiences in secondary schools, teaching science, and in science teacher education, in the UK, India, Nigeria and Pakistan to provide a clear and supportive supply of ideas and approaches to teaching science in the secondary school.
 

Your Customer Rules

David Jaffe (1982, Politics, Philosophy & Economics)

Your Customer Rules (Jossey-Bass, 2015)

Co-authored with Bill Price, who set up Amazon's customer service, David Jaffe's second book recommends how to address core customer needs. The book defines a hierarchy of seven needs that companies can meet and apply, giving examples of companies that meet these needs. He shows how a new business model is emerging, where the customer directs the relationship.

A Giotto Triptych and Afterwords

W.D. (Bill) Jackson (1965, English)

A Giotto Triptych and Afterwords (Shoestring Press, 2014)

Bill Jackson's recent books are two further selections of poetry from the third part (provisionally entitled Opus 3) of his ongoing trilogy, Then and Now, on the subject of the individual and his or her place in European history.
 

Discovery and Measurement of the Higgs Boson in the WW Decay Channel

David Hall (2010, Physics)

Discovery and Measurement of the Higgs Boson in the WW Decay Channel (Springer, 2015)

David Hall has won a Springer Thesis prize for his DPhil thesis, which he completed at St Catz, and it has been published as part of the Springer Theses series. Discovery and Measurement of the Higgs Boson in the WW Decay Channel (Springer, 2015) describes the analysis performed by researchers at CERN

The Portugese Massacre of Wiriyamu in Colonial Mozambique, 1964-2013

Mustafah Dhada (1977, International Relations)

The Portugese Massacre of Wiriyamu in Colonial Mozambique, 1964-2013. (Bloomsbury Academic Press, 2015).

In an in-depth study of perhaps the most famous of Portuguese colonial massacres, Mustafah Dhada explores why the massacre took place, what Wiriyamu was like prior to the massacre, how events unfolded and the impact for the Portuguese empire.
 

Women, Land and Justice in Tanzania

Helen Dancer (1994, Politics, Philosophy & Economics)

Women, Land and Justice in Tanzania (James Currey, 2015).

Drawing on her ethnographic research in Tanzania's Arusha region, Helen Dancer's recent book explores how the country's land law reforms have affected women's legal claims to land. Centring on cases involving women litigants, it follows the progression of women's claims to land - from social origins through processes of dispute resolution to judgment.

 

Plen an Gwari: The Playing Places of Cornwall

Will Coleman (1981, Zoology)

Plen an Gwari: The Playing Places of Cornwall (Golden Tree Productions, 2015)

This book aims to open up the undiscovered treasures of the Cornish medieval theatre culture. It includes illustrations from a selection of leading Cornish artists to explain why Plen an Gwari became so popular and provide first-hand evidence to help to explain the phenomenon.

Cultural DNA: The Psychology of Globalization

Gurnek Bains (1980, Psychology)

Cultural DNA: The Psychology of Globalization (Wiley, 2015)

Gurnek Bains' latest book promotes successful engagement with cultures around the world, guiding leaders through the essential skills required to engage with an increasingly connected world. He combines ground breaking original research and the latest evidence from neuroscience, behavioral genetics, and psychology.
 

Confronting the Internet's Dark Side: Moral and Social Responsibility on the Free Highway

Raphael Cohen-Almagor (1997, Politics)

Confronting the Internet's Dark Side: Moral and Social Responsibility on the Free Highway (Woodrow Wilson Center Press and Cambridge University Press, 2015)

Raphael Cohen-Almagor's lastest book is the first book about social responsibility on the Internet, aiming to bring a global perspective to the analysis of some of the most troubling uses of the Internet.

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