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  • The Power of Placeby Harm De Blij

    Oxford University Press, USA 2008; US$ 10.99

    Preface. Acknowledgments. 1. Globals, Locals, and Mobals. 2. The Imperial Legacy of Language. 3. The Fateful Geography of Religion. 4. The Rough Topography of Human Health. 5. Geography of Jeopardy. 6. Places Open and Shut. 7. Same Place, Divergent Destinites. 8. Power and the City. 9. Promise and Peril in the Provinces. 10. Lowering the Barriers.... more...

  • Why Geography Mattersby Harm de Blij

    Oxford University Press, USA 2005; US$ 10.99

    Over the next half century, the human population, divided by culture and economics and armed with weapons of mass destruction, will expand to nearly 9 billion people. Abrupt climate change may throw the global system into chaos; China will emerge as a superpower; and Islamic terrorism and insurgency will threaten vital American interests. How can we... more...

  • Why Geography Mattersby Harm de Blij

    Oxford University Press, USA 2012; US$ 10.99

    In recent years our world has seen transformations of all kinds: intense climate change accompanied by significant weather extremes; deadly tsunamis caused by submarine earthquakes; unprecedented terrorist attacks; costly wars in Iraq and Afghanistan; a terrible and overlooked conflict in Equatorial Africa costing millions of lives; an economic crisis... more...

  • The Origins of Responsibilityby François Raffoul

    Indiana University Press 2010; US$ 21.20

    François Raffoul approaches the concept of responsibility in a manner that is distinct from its traditional interpretation as accountability of the willful subject. Exploring responsibility in the works of Nietzsche, Sartre, Levinas, Heidegger, and Derrida, Raffoul identifies decisive moments in the ... more...

  • Hector Finds Timeby François Lelord

    Gallic Books 2012; US$ 8.74

    Poor Hector. Tempus fugit, and our intrepid psychiatrist is not feeling quite as young as he used to. His patients are concerned with time too. One feels she's always in a hurry, as if there's a clock ticking in her tummy " she would like time to slow down. But there's also a boy who wishes time would hurry along and turn him into an adult. And a third... more...

  • OLED Microdisplaysby François Templier

    Wiley 2014; US$ 130.00

    Microdisplays are displays requiring optical magnification and OLEDs (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) are self-emitting displays where each pixel includes a LED made of organic material, in general composed of small-molecule organic material. This title reviews in detail how OLED microdisplays are made as well as how they are used. All aspects from... more...

  • Hector and the Search for Happinessby François Lelord; Lorenza Garcia

    Gallic Books 2010; US$ 6.99

    Can we learn how to be happy? Hector is a successful young psychiatrist. He's very good at treating patients in real need of his help. But many people he sees have no health problems: they're just deeply dissatisfied with their lives. Hector can't do much for them, and it's beginning to depress him. So when a patient tells him he looks in need of... more...

  • Human Geographyby Erin H. Fouberg; Catherine J. Nash; Harm J. de Blij

    Wiley 2010; US$ 59.50

    Human Geography gets general readers to think geographically across scale and across a wide range of geographical phenomena and global issues. All concepts and themes are touched on with the historical background one would expect, but also with current examples to make the reading more relevant. The content is written in such a way that it is approachable... more...

  • The Phantom of Rue Royaleby Jean-François Parot; Howard Curtis

    Gallic Books 2009; US$ 8.74

    Paris is in mourning. At the fireworks display marking the Dauphin's marriage to Marie Antoinette, hundreds of people have been injured or crushed to death. Yet not all the victims died accidentally...This tragic incident yields a new case for Commissioner Le Floch when a strangled woman is found amongst the other corpses.The investigation will lead... more...

  • The Man with the Lead Stomachby Jean-François Parot; Michael Glencross

    Gallic Books 2009; US$ 8.74

    October 1761 finds the newly-promoted Commisioner Le Floch on duty at a royal performance of Rameau's latest work.Events take a dramatic turn and Nicolas is soon embarked on his second major investigation when the body of a prominent courtier's son is found.The initial evidence points to suicide, but Le Floch's instincts tell him he is dealing with... more...