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  1. À la recherche d'un emploi: Business French in a Communicative Context (Edition 1.1)

    Amy L. Hubbell

    À la recherche d'un emploi: Business French in a Communicative Context (Edition 1.1)

    À la recherche d’un emploi: Business French in a Communicative Context is designed to develop students' vocabulary and cultural knowledge in preparation for working in an international environment. Exceeding the need to learn business structures and practices, most students need business communication skills, including advanced cultural competency. To meet these needs, À la recherche d’un emploi uses authentic materials from Québec and France. Communicative exercises are reality based and task oriented, encouraging a student-centered classroom. The numerous activities in the text elicit natural language use, facilitate vocabulary acquisition, and provide students ample opportunities to create relevant and personalized documents in French. In addition to completing viewing activities from feature-length films and online resources, students examine their personal goals and assess their strengths and weaknesses as they develop a job portfolio. À la recherche d’un emploi promotes learning valuable crossover skills that develop students' French-language aptitude, while also preparing them for the job market in their own country. Edition 1.1 includes a number of corrections as well as updates reflecting changes in French business culture. North American Rights Only.

  2. À Table!: The Food Culture of France (Second Edition)

    Becky A. Brown

    À Table!: The Food Culture of France (Second Edition)

    Forthcoming - available for pre-order, pre-orders will ship when the book is released in June 2017.

    Intended for intermediate or advanced students of French, À Table! The Food Culture of France is a unique content-based cultural text centered around the cuisine of France and other French-speaking cultures. Creatively organized like a French menu, each chapter includes prose, poetry, film references, and recipes, together with vocabulary, grammar points, and exercises. This second edition of À Table! features a re-designed full color interior to reflect the richness and color of French food culture and history. A chronological arrangement of chapters, along with a variety of food-related sources, encourages a comprehensive yet flexible approach to learning French language and its cultural contexts.

  3. Lingua Latina: A Companion to Roma Aeterna

    Jeanne Marie Neumann

    Lingua Latina: A Companion to Roma Aeterna

    A sequel to her widely used A Companion to Familia Romana (now in its second edition), Jeanne Marie Neumann's A Companion to Roma Aeterna offers a running commentary, in English, of the Latin grammar covered in Hans H. Ørberg's Roma Aeterna, and includes the complete text of the Ørberg ancillaries Grammatica Latina and Latin–English Vocabulary II. It also serves as a substitute for Ørberg’s Instructions, on which it is based.

    "Jeanne Marie Neumann’s A Companion to Roma Aeterna provides students, instructors, and homeschoolers with a treasure trove of learning that will enable them to fully benefit from Ørberg’s absurdly underused Roma Aeterna."  —James Dobreff, Department of Classics and Religious Studies, UMass Boston

  4. Paradiso

    Dante
    Translated by Stanley Lombardo
    Introduction, Notes, and Headnotes, by Alison Cornish

    Paradiso

    "This translation and commentary are an essential contribution to Dante's reception in English. Stanley Lombardo's translation is accurate, elegant, and transparent, a mirror of the original text. Alison Cornish's commentary is lucid, graceful, and precise, with just the right level of detail; it penetrates and opens the Paradiso's philosophical, scientific, and theological dimensions with authority, balance, sensitivity, and simplicity. Perhaps now more readers will follow Dante to Paradise." —Christian Moevs, Associate Professor of Italian, University of Notre Dame

  5. Politics: A New Translation

    Aristotle
    Translated, with Introduction and Notes, by C. D. C. Reeve

    Politics: A New Translation

    "David Reeve's new translation of the Politics is certain to become the primary and indispensable tool for anyone undertaking a careful study of Aristotle's great work. Newcomers to this treatise as well as advanced scholars will learn enormously from the Introduction, extensive notes, and detailed index."  —Richard Kraut, Northwestern University

  6. Sammelsurium: A Reader and Workbook for Intermediate German

    Franz-Joseph Wehage

    Sammelsurium: A Reader and Workbook for Intermediate German

    Forthcoming - available for pre-order, pre-orders will ship when the book is released in March 2017.

    A combined reader/workbook for second-year German, Sammelsurium focuses on cultural awareness while building competence in reading, writing, and speaking, and can be used with equal effectiveness as either a supplementary text or as the main reader in a course. Included are thirty-eight brief yet stimulating readings on a wide range of topics of special significance to German culture, each of which offers intermediate-level grammatical constructions and vocabulary. Many readings incorporate a verb-tense exercise, and each reading is accompanied by a separate set of vocabulary as well as an array of comprehension questions and communicative exercises. From the Brothers Grimm to German film—and from fashion to the nightlife of Berlin—Sammelsurium offers something for every taste, while strengthening skills needed by every student of German.

  7. Symposium or Drinking Party

    Plato
    Translated with Introduction, Glossary, Essay and Appendices by Eva Brann, Peter Kalkavage and Eric Salem

    Symposium or Drinking Party

    "I seriously believe this will be the finest edition of the Symposium ever to appear in English. May it enlighten many students and be a very valuable addition to current scholarship in this area."
    —Donald C. Lindenmuth, The Pennsylvania State University

  8. The Accessible Federalist

    Adapted, with Introduction, by S. Adam Seagrave

    The Accessible Federalist

    "I assign students to read The Federalist so they will grasp the ideas. But too often they can’t get past the words. Adam Seagrave's The Accessible Federalist will enable readers of all backgrounds to understand the ideas that shaped the Constitution. It will also spur many readers onward to study and appreciate the original texts. I hope it gets wide attention and classroom use." —James H. Read, Professor of Political Science, College of Saint Benedict and Saint John’s University

  9. The East India Company, 1600–1858

    Ian Barrow

    The East India Company, 1600–1858

    Series: Passages: Key Moments in History

    "Ian Barrow has written a concise yet engaging, rich, and detailed history of the East India Company—its rise to power, evolution, and eventual demise. This book will be read with great interest by students as well as those general readers seeking a better knowledge of the world's first multi-national corporation and its important influence in the creation of the modern South Asian world."  —Michael Dodson, Indiana University Bloomington

  10. The Political Thought of African Independence

    Edited, with an Introduction, by Gregory Zucker

    The Political Thought of African Independence

    Forthcoming - available for pre-order, pre-orders will ship when the book is released in September 2017.

  11. Utilitarianism (Eggleston Edition)

    John Stuart Mill
    Edited, with Introduction, by Ben Eggleston

    Utilitarianism (Eggleston Edition)

    "Eggleston has produced easily the best edition of Utilitarianism available. By conveniently including so many of the relevant passages from supplementary works, all organized for ease of reference, scholars and students alike will now have at their fingertips the materials needed to make sense of Mill's classic text. This is important not just for an accurate understanding of Mill's own moral and political philosophy, but for a proper appreciation of utilitarianism as a leading moral tradition."  —Piers Norris Turner, Associate Professor of Philosophy, The Ohio State University

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