• The Financial History of Cambridge University

    The Financial History of Cambridge University

    What can we learn from the financial history of Cambridge?
  • From Red to Green

    From Red to Green

    book that explores how the financial credit crunch could bankrupt the environment.
  • The Romance of the Middle Ages

    The Romance of the Middle Ages

    The Romance of the Middle Ages is unusual in the sense that it’s simply one facet of a much larger historical project.
  • Korea: The Impossible Country

    Korea: The Impossible Country

    Korea: The Impossible Country is an accessible, vibrantly written 360-degree explanation of what South Korea has become after half a century of break-neck change.
  • LifeWorks

    LifeWorks

    Are you a clever girl, a wicked witch or a wild woman, or a bit of all three? A wise man, a hero, or a trickster?
  • Supercooperators

    Supercooperators

    Harvard-based Martin Nowak challenges Darwin’s notion that evolution is based solely on principles of mutation and selection and points out that cooperation and collaboration have had a much more far-reaching influence.
  • The Story of Astronomy

    The Story of Astronomy

    This is one of those wonderfully slender volumes that deftly treats a vast subject in an entertaining but never gimmicky manner.
  • The Official Guide

    University of Oxford: The Official Guide

    Authored by the inaugural editor of Oxford Today, University of Oxford: The Official Guide marks a first for the University.
  • The Uni of Ox 2

    The University of Oxford: A New History

    In taking the story of the University into the 21st century, Evans provides a brief and useful account of some recent storms, not least the proposed reform of governance.
  • Making shore 2

    Making Shore

    Making Shore describes the perils faced by merchant sailors as they steered supply ships across an Atlantic ocean crawling with German submarines in 1942.

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