This book by Feng, discusses three fundamental possible outcomes of the BRI: the creation of the supercontinent mindset for the people of the East and the West; is the possible rise of neo-Renaissance thinking as the mitigative measure of choice, in response to the 21st century's global existential challenges; and the fundamental necessity for China to have a transformation in its mindset by taking a proactive role in establishing cultural communications with the world.
New book calls for educational change citing the success of an innovative, bite-size digital learning tool currently benefiting children in 100 countries worldwide,
'Race, Space and Multiculturalism in Northern England', authored by Professor Paul Thomas, Dr Shamim Miah and Professor Pete Sanderson, challenges the widely-held assumption that in the North of England multiculturalism has been a failure and claims it has actually had many successes
A new book by a disability history scholar and Helen Keller expert at The University of Toledo tells the story of a white female physician -- for some time, the only female doctor in Madison, Wisc. -- and how the affluent woman came to spend 20 years in a state insane asylum as a patient of one of her former male colleagues.
Vice Chancellor for Research at University of Tennessee Health Science Center releases fourth edition of book on medical cell biology.
This book aims to move readers to reflect not only on the 200 years of history since the arrival of Raffles, but also the centuries that preceded the year 1819 -- all the way to 1299 when Sang Nila Utama first set foot on the island of Singapura. It provides an opportunity to explore how the past of one community has also shaped all of us, and how each of us and our multi-racial and multi-religious communities are connected and intertwined with one another.
The book explores how the architecture of advanced nanoscience labs affects the way scientists think, conduct experiments, interact and collaborate.
It's accepted that Transcendental Meditation (TM) can create peace for the individual, but can it do the same for society, and if so, what is the mechanism? In An Antidote to Violence Barry Spivack and Patricia Saunders examine peer-reviewed research suggesting that Transcendental Meditation can influence the collective consciousness of society, leading to decreases in violent crime and war fatalities, and increases in quality of life and cooperation between nations.
A new volume of Ernest Hemingway's letters reveals details about his friendships with fellow writers like F. Scott Fitzgerald, as well as bitter feuds with former mentor Gertrude Stein and literary critic Max Eastman.