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Citizens without a City: Destruction and Despair after the L'Aquila Earthquake

Bock, Jan-Jonathan
A fascinating read for anyone interested in the politics of disaster relief, Citizens without a City illustrates how survivors tried to remake effective political agency-and their lives-in a ruined town.
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How to Be a Farmer: An Ancient Guide to Life on the Land

Usher, M. D.
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Restoring the Balance: What Wolves Tell Us about Our Relationship with Nature

Vucetich, John A. (Michigan Technologica
This book will be treasured by any thoughtful reader looking to deepen their relationship with nature and learn about the wolves of Isle Royale along the way.
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Money Logging

Straumann L
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Planet Palm: How Palm Oil Ended Up in Everything-and Endangered the World

Zuckerman, Jocelyn C.
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Abbott, Edwin
A work that poses provocative questions about perception and reality. It is a parody of Victorian society where all existence is limited to length and breadth - its inhabitants unable even to imagine a third dimension. It provides an overview of this world - its physics and metaphysics, its history, customs and religious beliefs.
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Plastic Emotions

Pinto, S
Plastic Emotions is a novel based on the true life story of Minnette de Silva - forgotten feminist icon and the first female Sri Lankan architect. Pinto paints a complex picture of de Silva, charting her affair with Swiss modernist Le Corbusier and her efforts to build a post-independent Sri Lanka heading for political and religious turmoil.
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The Forty Days of Musa Dagh

Werfel F
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