"Explores the ways in which language and education policies have contributed to the development of national integration in Malaysia, by examining whether and how policies have succeeded in forming a middle ground.
"This book uses the Afro-Brazilian art of capoeira to examine how security has been pursued from below and what significance this has for security analysis and policy. The book brings the musical and corporeal narrative from capoeira into conversation with debates on security; these have typically been dominated by northern, white, military voices, and as a result, the perspective of the weaker player is routinely overlooked in security literature and policy making.
"How do children cope when their world is transformed by war? This book draws on memory narratives to construct an historical anthropology of childhood in Second World Britain, focusing on objects and spaces such as gas masks, air raid shelters and bombed-out buildings.
Michael G. (Specialist in historic buildings, Specialist in historic buildings, UCL field archaeology unit) Shapland & Michael D. J. (Lecturer in Early Medieval Literature and Culture, Lecturer in Early Medieval Literature and Culture, Birkbeck, University of London) Bintley