Michael W. Apple, Jenny Bourne, Mike Cole, Ramin Farahmandpur, Ted Hankin, Dave Hill, Jane Kelly, Michael Neary, Glenn Rikowski, Mike Sanders, Geoff Whitty Edited by
Dave Hill, Peter McLaren, Mike Cole
Lawrence Dickey, Andrzej Walicki Catherine Evtuhov, Natalia Pirumova, Terence Emmons, Bernice Rosenthal, Charles Ruud, Elzbieta Kaczynska, Glennys Young, Norman Pereira, Jack Matlock, Alain Touraine, Adam Michnik, Jacques Le Goff, Hugh McLean, Nicholas Riasanovsky Edited by
Catherine Evtuhov, Stephen Kotkin
James Campbell, Rhodes Cook, Nate Cohn, Diana Owen, Geoff Skelley, Kyle Kondik, Jamelle Bouie, Robert Costa, Sean Trende, Susan MacManus, Karen E. Trainer, Michael Toner, Alan Abramowitz Edited by
Larry J. Sabato
Dr Louis Jean Claude Autrey, Salem Saumtally, Asha Dookun-Saumtally, Dr Abraham Singels, Dr Biksham Gujja, U. S. Natarajan, Prof. Norman Uphoff, Prof. Bernard L. Schroeder, Andrew W. Wood, David V. Calcino, Danielle M. Skocaj, Alan P. Hurney, Peter G. Allsopp, Paul White, Dr Richard Johnson, Prof. Gaspar Korndörfer, Dr Jean-Louis Chopart, M. T. Sall, B. Ahondokpe, G. Walter, Dr Jehangir H. Bhadha, Dr R. G. V. Bramley, T. A. Jensen, A. J. Webster, A. J. Robson, Dr Rianto van Antwerpen, Philipus Daniel Riekert van Heerden, Peter Tweddle, Ronald Ng Cheong, Vivian Rivière, Dr Hardev S. Sandhu, Dr Charley Richard, Dr Fábio R. Marin, Daniel S. P. Nassif, Leandro G. Costa, Murilo S. Vianna, Kassio Carvalho, Pedro R. Pereira, Dr Kathy Hurly, Richard Nicholson, Carolyn Baker, Michelle Binedell, Vaughan Koopman, Graeme Leslie, Geoff Maher, Scott Pryor, Dr Francis X. Johnson, Manoel Regis Lima Verde Leal, Anne Nyambane Edited by
Prof. Philippe Rott
Sugarcane is the source of 80% of the world’s sugar. This volume reviews key research on improving sugarcane production, focussing on enhancing cultivation techniques such as irrigation and nutrient management as well as measuring and improving sustainability.
Examines the role of the East India Company in the production and development of British art, demonstrating how art and related forms of culture were closely tied to commerce and the rise of the commercial state.