İnci Aral Translated by
Saffron Yellow' covers a wide range of topics relevant to life in modern Turkey, from politics to personal life. The book features the interconnected stories of a group of young adults living in Istanbul. The book follows their successes and failures, their relationships, loves, and fears as they go through life in the city.
Rooted in the ideas of complexity science and mutual gains negotiation, this volume shows why traditional systems engineering approaches will not work for complex water problems and what emerging tools and techniques are needed to resolve them. This collection successfully synthesizes insights from theory and practice to advocate for contingent and adaptive management using a water diplomacy framework.
Bill Marczak, Fahad Desmukh, Frances Hasso, John Horne, Luke Bhatia, Amal Khalaf Edited by
Ala'a Shehabi, Marc Owen Jones
Four years on from the upheavals of 2011, and though it has long since slipped out of the headlines, the struggle for Bahrain continues. Bahrain's Uprising represents one of the first dedicated studies of the uprising, and is the first to move the debate beyond its narrow focus on religious sectarianism.
Naila Kabeer, Ratna Sudarshan, Kirsty Milward
With first-hand accounts from authors closely involved in these movements, this collection documents how women workers have come together to develop collective strategies of resistance and struggle.
This volume offers the first English translation of one of India’s most celebrated works of anticolonial resistance. It is also the first edition of the play to provide an extensive historical-critical commentary and to draw on a comprehensive range of colonial archival documents.
Asef Bayat, Heba Hagrass, Ali Kadri, Reem Saad, Dalia Wahdan, Rabab El Mahdi, Saker El Nour, Kamal Fahmi, Moushira Elgeziri Edited by
Ray Bush, Habib Ayeb
The book provides a revealing analysis of key areas of Egyptian political economy, such as labour, urbanization and the creation of slums, disability, refugees, street children, and agrarian livelihoods, reaching the impactful conclusion that marginalization does not mean total exclusion.