Academic & Professional

Latin Can be Fun (Facetiae Latinae)

Georg Capellanus

AUD $24.99

Who says Latin is a dead language? Learn to speak it like a native with Latin Can Be Fun, an up-to-date conversational guide.

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A Dictionary of Omens and Superstitions

Philippa Waring

AUD $22.99

The definitive dictionary of omens and superstitions, this has been a popular resource for over 40 years.

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Sign Language Companion

Cath Smith

Format: Hard Cover

AUD $32.99

A handbook of British Sign Language aimed at young people which allows for regional variations with signs that link ideas and concepts, and can be constructed in conversation. Topics covered include family and friends, behaviour, sharing ideas, food and drink and feelings.

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Practical Homoeopathy

Beth MacEoin

AUD $59.95

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Bad Girls

Catharine Lumby

Format: Paperback

AUD $29.99

Bad Girls is a bold, provocative, no holds barred examination of the place of censorship, pornography and the media, from one of Australia's rising stars.

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Mass Psychology of Fascism

Wilhelm Reich

AUD $27.99

The only authorised edition, translated from the original German.

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Government and Society in Malaysia

Harold Crouch

Format: Paperback

AUD $38.43

Authoritative and up-to-date coverage of a country growing in importance in Asia by one of the leading authorities in the field.

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Frontier

Henry Reynolds

Format: Paperback

AUD $22.99

Australia's best known historian of Aboriginal Australia tells the story of white Australia's encounter with the Aborigines on Australia's moving frontier.

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Aboriginal Sovereignty

Henry Reynolds

Format: Paperback

AUD $24.99

A challenging contribution to a debate about a very sensitive social and political issue

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Myths to Live by

Joseph Campbell

AUD $32.99

The author of the bestselling four-volume series The Masks of God explores how these enduring myths still influence our daily lives and can provide personal meaning in our lives.

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