Faith played an "important and under-appreciated role" in the UK's choice to leave Europe, with Anglicans more likely to back Brexit, a major new study shows.
2020 began with Australia ablaze, forests from Brazil to Siberia have been devastated, with billions of human and non-human lives affected by the global pandemic. "... what I demand passionately of us all is a clear recognition of our problem and the will to solve it," says pioneering Australian activist of the '60s and '70s Brian Medlin in his seminal environmental essay 'Ecological Crisis and Social Order' republished in a new book.
'Our Changing Menu,' a new book from Cornell University Press, explains how our warming world affects crops and how it soon will alter your dinner plate.
An inspirational panel of experts came together via an online event to celebrate the launch of Professor Bryson's new book which makes the case for an inclusive form of socialist feminism that puts women with multiple disadvantages at its heart
This book puts forward an original and radical proposal to solve global problems that menace our future - above all, the climate crisis and the crisis of the degradation of Nature. We need to reform universities so that their basic task becomes to help the public discover what to do to solve our problems - above all, what to do to get governments to coordinate action that is required.
In her new book, University of Kansas professor of art history Marni Reva Kessler explains in sometimes personal as well as exquisitely researched historical detail a series of paintings of food by French masters in ways different than they have previously been understood.
This book reports a simple method of recycling banana farm bio-waste, thus helping farmers to make wealth out of waste.
In his new book, The Family Guide to Getting Over OCD, psychologist and anxiety disorders expert Jonathan Abramowitz shares skills for families struggling top help a loved one cope with the disorder. It is especially timely, as COVID has exacerbated OCD symptoms for many.
New book suggests the treaty states' efforts to promote their own national interests have become increasingly uncompromising.
In his newest research, "The Contradictory Christ," Beall argues that instead of trying to get around the apparent contradiction of the incarnation, Christian thinkers should accept what many thinkers have long charged: at the very crux of the Christian theory lies a contradiction.