The Cambridge Economic History of Australia
Simon Ville and Glenn Withers, Hardback
Australia's economic history is the story of the transformation of an indigenous economy and a small convict settlement into a nation of nearly 23 million people with advanced economic, social and political structures.
Stahl Online comprises online versions of the complete set of reference works written or edited by Dr. Stephen M. Stahl, one of the world’s leading psychopharmacologists.
The History Manifesto
Jo Guldi and David Armitage, Hardback
The History Manifesto is a call to arms to historians and everyone interested in the role of history in contemporary society.
Cambridge Global English (1-6)
A six-level Primary course following the Cambridge Primary English as a Second Language Curriculum Framework developed by Cambridge English Language Assessment.
Advances in Applied Probability
Advances in Applied Probability has been published by the Applied Probability Trust for over four decades, and is a companion publication to the Journal of Applied Probability.
Epidemiology and Psychiatric Sciences
An international, peer-reviewed journal that gives priority to highly relevant and innovative research articles and systematic reviews in the areas of public mental health and policy; mental health services, system research; and epidemiological and social psychiatry.
Global Mental Health
Aims to publish papers that have a broad application of ‘the global point of view’ of mental health issues
An Introduction to Language and Linguistics 2nd Edition
Ralph W Fasold and Jeffrey Connor-Linton Hardback
This best-selling textbook addresses the full scope of language, from the traditional subjects of structural linguistics to the more specialised subjects of contextual linguistics.
Cambridge Academic English
Martin Hewings and Craig Thaine Cambridge English
Designed specifically for students at university and on foundation courses, this integrated skills course develops language and real academic skills essential for successful university studies across disciplines.
Cambridge Archive Editions Online
Cambridge Archive Editions Online comprises original research from British Archives. This primary source material is particularly relevant to the study of politics, history and borders in the Balkans, the Caucasus, the Middle East, South East Asia, and the Far East.
The Roles of Language in CLIL
Ana Llinares, Tom Morton and Rachel Whittaker Paperback
This book raises practitioners' awareness of how language functions in Content and Language Integrated Learning (CLIL).
History for the IB Diploma
Written by experienced examiners, the series covers selected topics from the Standard and Higher Level options in the IB History syllabus.
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