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viii, 156 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Origins of the National Bank Act and national currency / Peter Huntoon
  • National bank notes and the practical limits of nationalization / Franklin Noll
  • Charter no. 1 : first among national banks / Marianne Babal
  • E.T. Wilson and the banks : a case study in government regulation and service / Paula Petrik
  • Stabilizing the national banking system, 1864-1913 : the role of bank examination / Eugene N. White
  • Founding the fourth branch : the office of the comptroller of the currency / Jesse Stiller
  • National bank preemption and the financial crisis of 2008 / Raymond Natter
  • The measure of a regulator : the office of thrift supervision, 1989-2011 / Paula Dejmek Woods.
The passage of the National Currency Act of 1863 gave the United States its first uniform paper money, its first nationally chartered and supervised commercial banks, and its first modern regulatory agency: the Office of the Comptroller of the Currency. The law marked a milestone in the development of the U.S. financial system and the modern administrative state. Yet its importance has been largely overlooked. Banking Modern America aims to address that gap. With its unique multidisciplinary approach that brings together scholars from disciplines including history, economics, the law, and finance, this book lends a new dimension to studying the origins and development of a system that touched key aspects of modern America. Chapters examine key episodes in the history of Federal banking, looking at the Civil War origins of the national banking system and the practical challenges of setting up a new system of money and banking. The essays in this volume explore the tensions that arose between bankers and Federal regulators, between governmental jurisdictions, and even between regulators themselves. This book will be essential reading for academics of banking and finance, regulation, numismatics and history, as well as professional economists, historians and policy makers interested in the history of the US financial system.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138213807 20161219
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xvii, 291 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Preface ix Introduction xv Additional Thanks xvii Chapter 1: An Overview of the Bankruption 1 Chapter 2: Community Banking Is Broken 7 Chapter 3: The Opportunity for Community Financial Institutions 75 Chapter 4: Advice from Others 157 Chapter 5: Finishing Move 257 About the Author 269 About the Companion Website 271 Index 273.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119273851 20170206
Community banking can flourish in the face of fintech and global competition with a fresh approach to strategy Bankruption + Website offers a survival guide for community banks and credit unions searching for relevance amidst immense global competition and fintech startups. Author John Waupsh is the Chief Innovation Officer at Kasasa, where he helps spearhead financial product development and implementation across hundreds of institutions. In this guide, he draws on more than a decade in the industry to offer clear, practical advice for competing with the megabanks, direct banks, non-banks, and financial technology companies. The discussion separates futurist thinking from today's realities, and dispels common myths surrounding the U.S. community banking model in order to shed light on the real challenges facing community banking institutions. It follows with clear solutions, proven strategies, and insight from experts across banking and fintech. All arguments are backed by massive amounts of data, and the companion website provides presentation-ready visualizations to help you kickstart change within your team. In the U.S. and around the globe, fintech companies and non-banks alike are creating streams of banking services that are interesting, elegant, and refreshing and they're winning the hearts and minds of early adopters. Not a one-size-fits-all approach, this book offers many different tactics for community banks and credit unions to compete and flourish in the new world. * Analyze fintech's threat to the community banking model * Learn where community banking must improve to compete * Disprove the myths to uncover the real challenges banks face * Adopt proven strategies to bring your organization into the future Community banks and credit unions were once the go-to institutions for local relationship banking, but their asset share has been on the decline for three decades as the big banks just got bigger. Now, fintech companies are exploiting inefficiencies in the traditional banking model to streamline service and draw even more market share, as community banking executives are left at a loss for fresh tactics and forward-looking strategy. Bankruption + Website shows how community banks can be saved, and provides a proven path to success.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781119273851 20170206
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" Battering States explores the most personal part of people's lives as they intersect with a uniquely complex state system. The book examines how statecraft shapes domestic violence: how a state defines itself and determines what counts as a family; how a state establishes sovereignty and defends its borders; and how a state organizes its legal system and forges its economy. The ethnography includes stories from people, places, and perspectives not commonly incorporated in domestic violence studies, and, in doing so, reveals the transformation of intimate partner violence from a predictable form of marital trouble to a publicly recognized social problem. The politics of domestic violence create novel entry points to understanding how, although women may be vulnerable to gender-based violence, they do not necessarily share the same kind of belonging to the state. This means that markers of identity and power, such as gender, nationality, ethnicity, religion and religiosity, and socio-economic and geographic location, matter when it comes to safety and pathways to justice. The study centers on Israel, where a number of factors bring connections between the cultural politics of the state and domestic violence into stark relief: the presence of a contentious multinational and multiethnic population; competing and overlapping sets of religious and civil laws; a growing gap between the wealthy and the poor; and the dominant presence of a security state in people's everyday lives. The exact combination of these factors is unique to Israel, but they are typical of states with a diverse population in a time of globalization. In this way, the example of Israel offers insights wherever the political and personal impinge on one another. "-- Provided by publisher.
""Battering States examines ethnographically how the presence of a contentious multi-national and multi-ethnic population; competing and overlapping sets of religious and civil family law; a growing gap between the wealthy and the poor; and, the dominant presence of a security state informs the manifestation and regulation of domestic violence"--Provided by publisher"-- Provided by publisher.
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xxv, 266 pages ; 23 cm
  • Chapter One: Get Ready to Practice The POWER Model Practicing Academic Writing Part I: Practice Becoming a Productive Academic Writer Chapter Two: Establish and Maintain the "Write" Habit Think About It ... Seeing Yourself as a Writer EXERCISE 1-Schedule Your Writing Sessions EXERCISE 2-Increase Your Writing Time in No Time EXERCISE 3-Write Quickly, Edit Slowly EXERCISE 4-Organize Messy Drafts EXERCISE 5-Keep and Share a Writing Log EXERCISE 6-Read About Writing EXERCISE 7-Document Your Writing Projects EXERCISE 8-Write to Learn (Anything, Including How to Write) Chapter Three: Practice Building Academic Vocabulary Think About It... EXERCISE 9-Increase Your Vocabulary One Word at a Time EXERCISE 10-Use New Academic Words EXERCISE 11-Build Your Own Professional Dictionary/Glossary Chapter Four: Polish the Grammar Think About It... EXERCISE 12-Learn From the Masters EXERCISE 13-Identify Patterns of Problems EXERCISE 14-Practice Grammar Rules EXERCISE 15-Copy Chapter Five: Get Feedback Think About It... EXERCISE 16-Get Feedback on Early Drafts EXERCISE 17-Get Feedback on Middle Drafts EXERCISE 18-Get Feedback on Final Drafts EXERCISE 19-Get Feedback Regularly EXERCISE 20-Schedule Reading Appointments Chapter Six: Edit and Proofread Think About It... EXERCISE 21-Tighten the Paragraphs EXERCISE 22-Make It Flow: Organize EXERCISE 23-Clear Out the Clutter EXERCISE 24-Use a Thesaurus and a Reverse Dictionary EXERCISE 25-Pay Attention to Word Placement EXERCISE 26-Cut It in Half EXERCISE 27-Read Aloud EXERCISE 28-Copyedit: Proofread Line by Line Part II: Practice Writing Sections of Journal Articles, Research Reports, and Grant Chapter Seven: Exercises for Writing Introductions, Purpose Statements, or Specific Aims Sections Think About It... EXERCISE 29-Map EXERCISE 30-Dump EXERCISE 31-Craft the Purpose Statement EXERCISE 32-Develop the Rationale EXERCISE 33-Present the Literature Review EXERCISE 34-Lay Out the Theoretical Framework EXERCISE 35-Check It Chapter Eight: Exercises for Writing the Methods Section Think About It... EXERCISE 36-Practice Describing EXERCISE 37-Describe the Research Design EXERCISE 38-Describe the Sample EXERCISE 39-Describe the Measures EXERCISE 40-Describe Data Collection and Data Management Procedures EXERCISE 41-Describe the Data Analysis Chapter Nine: Exercises for Writing the Results/Findings Section Think About It... EXERCISE 42-Picture the Findings EXERCISE 43-Describe the Most Important Findings EXERCISE 44-Summarize the Least Important Findings Chapter Ten: Exercises for Writing the Discussion or Conclusion Section Think About It... EXERCISE 45-Question the Results/Findings EXERCISE 46-Connect the Dots: Other Research EXERCISE 47-Connect the Dots: Relevant Theory EXERCISE 48-Guide Your Reader Into the Future EXERCISE 49-Confess Limitations Chapter Eleven: Exercise for Writing Abstracts Think About It... EXERCISE 50-Write an Abstract in 20 Minutes.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9781483376257 20160815
Becoming an Academic Writer: 50 Exercises for Paced, Productive, and Powerful Writing Second Edition is designed as a practical self-paced guide to help the reader learn to write and master the specifics of academic writing. Author Patricia Goodson provides 50 exercises that are grounded in a theoretically sound and empirically based model. The organization allows you to start at the beginning and work your way through all of the exercises, or focus on exercises that will help you build your skills where you most feel the need. Tips for the ESL writer are included in a number of chapters. In addition, the 2nd edition includes a new and valuable addition in Appendix A - "Reading and Writing-- How to STOP making the Literature Review an Excuse for Not writing, In this appendix, the author covers how to read and write simultaneously, and provides a system of how to do that. Also new are the POWER in Practice Boxes that are featured in every chapter. These boxes are very aligned with the content of the chapter. In contrast, the "Research Shows" boxes allow the reader to take a brief break from the main topic and learn about research and various other facets of academic writing.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781483376257 20160815
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xix, 384 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • Corporate becoming and strategic leadership
  • HP's history of becoming, 1939-2016 : an integral process overview
  • Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard build a great test and measurement instruments company
  • John Young doubles down on computing
  • Lew Platt pivots HP toward commodity business
  • Carly Fiorina drives HP toward scale and scope
  • Mark Hurd relentlessly manages for results
  • Léo Apotheker intends to revolutionize HP
  • Meg Whitman resolves strategic integration challenges, from better together to splitting HP in two
  • Corporate becoming : why strategic leadership matters.
Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard invented the model of the Silicon Valley start-up and set in motion a process of corporate becoming that made it possible for HP to transform itself six times over the 77 years since its founding in the face of sweeping technological changes that felled most of its competitors over the years. Today, HP is in the throes of a seventh transformation to secure its continued survival by splitting in two independent companies: HP Inc. and Hewlett Packard Enterprise. Based on extensive primary research conducted over more than 15 years, this book documents the differential contribution of HP's successive CEOs in sustaining the company's integral process of becoming. It uses a comprehensive strategic leadership framework to examine and explain the role of the CEO: (1) defining and executing the key tasks of strategic leadership, and (2) developing four key elements of the company's strategic leadership capability. The study of the strategic leadership of HP's successive CEOs revealed the paradox of corporate becoming, the existential situation facing successive CEOs (that justifies the book's empathic approach), and the importance of the CEO's ability to harness the company's past while also driving its future. Building on these novel insights, the book shows how the frameworks used to conceptualize the tasks of strategic leadership and the development of strategic leadership capability can serve as steps toward a dynamic theory of strategic leadership that animates an evolutionary framework of corporate becoming. This framework will be helpful for further theory development about strategic leadership and also offers practical tools for founders of new companies and CEOs and boards of directors of existing companies who intend to create, run or oversee companies built for continued relevance, longevity and greatness.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780190640446 20170206
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xiii, 178 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
  • Four million families
  • Grounds for exclusion : the U.S. immigration system
  • The family petition
  • The punishment
  • Extreme hardship
  • Life after legal status
  • Documented and deplorable.
"[This book] follows mixed status couples down the long and bumpy road of immigration processing. It explores how they navigate every step along the way, from the decision to undertake legalization, to the immigration interview in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico, to the effort to put together a case of "extreme hardship" so that the undocumented family member can return. Author Ruth Gomberg-Muñoz also discusses families' efforts to rebuild their lives in the aftermath of immigration processing--both for those who are successful and those who are not."-- Back cover.
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  • Introduction
  • The art of making people think, and industries mad
  • Destroying art to preserve political privilege
  • Paying the price for free speech
  • Science fails to mind its own business
  • Reloaded and fired again
  • Silencing dissent in coal country
  • Corporate coercion and public courage
  • A picture is worth a thousand words, or a million bucks
  • Give us liberty or give us oil
  • Where the skies are smoggy all day
  • The calculated absence of evidence
  • The death of free speech: finding the killer
  • For sale: free speech
  • Epilogue.
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290 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction
  • A new benevolent empire?
  • Refugees in the shadow of the New Deal
  • Recruiting philanthropies for battle
  • Benevolent or fair superpower?
  • State of voluntarism for Hungarians?
  • Freedom fighters on the American home front
  • Revolutions in Cuba and refugee welfare
  • Epilogue.
Stephen Porter's Benevolent Empire examines political-refugee aid initiatives and related humanitarian endeavors led by American people and institutions from World War I through the Cold War, opening an important window onto the "short American century." Chronicling both international relief efforts and domestic resettlement programs aimed at dispossessed people from Europe, Latin America, and East Asia, Porter asks how, why, and with what effects American actors took responsibility for millions of victims of war, persecution, and political upheaval during these decades. Diverse forces within the American state and civil society directed these endeavors through public-private governing arrangements, a dynamic yielding both benefits and liabilities. Motivated by a variety of geopolitical, ethical, and cultural reasons, these advocates for humanitarian action typically shared a desire to portray the United States, to the American people and international audiences, as an exceptional, benevolent world power whose objects of concern might potentially include any vulnerable people across the globe. And though reality almost always fell short of that idealized vision, Porter argues that this omnivorous philanthropic energy helped propel and steer the ascendance of the United States to its position of elite global power. The messaging and administration of refugee aid initiatives informed key dimensions of American and international history during this period, including U.S. foreign relations, international humanitarianism and human rights, global migration and citizenship, and American political development and social relations at home. Benevolent Empire is thus simultaneously a history of the United States and the world beyond.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780812248562 20161219
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51. BEYOND MARRIAGE [2017 ... ]

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vii, 367 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm
  • Bicycle types and bicycle anatomy / Jeffrey Broker and Sean Langlais
  • Bicycle set up / Jeffrey Broker
  • Bicycle operating characteristics / Jeffrey Broker
  • The cycling setting and cyclist behaviors / Jeffrey Broker and Sean Langlais
  • Principles of bicycle accident analysis / Jeffrey Broker
  • Pitch-over cycling accidents / Jeffrey Broker
  • Crash tests involving bicycles and motor vehicles / Jerry Eubanks, Jeff Broker, and Rusty Haight
  • Cycling injuries: biomechanics, frequency, and form / Jeffrey Broker
  • Cycling Helmets and Their Role In Preventing Injuries / Sean Langlais & Jeffrey P. Broker
  • Visual behavior as related to bicycle riders / Bernard S. Abrams and Leslie Weintraub
  • Safety standards and regulations in the bicycle industry / David A. Mitchell
  • Bicycle materials and failure mechanisms / David A. Mitchell
  • Cyclist’s rights and duties / Paul F. Hill and Megan M. Hottman
  • Intersection accidents / Paul F. Hill and Megan M. Hottman
  • Cyclist in collision with bicycle or pedestrian / Paul F. Hill and Megan M. Hottman
  • Accidents caused by dogs / Paul F. Hill and Megan M. Hottman
  • Accidents caused by defects in street, highway, sidewalk, path, private property, or recreational land / Paul F. Hill and Megan M. Hottman
  • Products liability / Paul F. Hill and Megan M. Hottman
  • Insurance considerations / Paul F. Hill and Megan M. Hottman
  • Signed releases of liability (waivers) / Paul F. Hill and Megan M. Hottman
  • The Uniform Vehicle Code and state bicycle statutes / Paul F. Hill and Megan M. Hottman
  • Other interesting cycling-law topics / Megan M. Hottman
  • Regulatory standards / Ross D. Petty.
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xiv, 207 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Islam and pluralism
  • Rawls and the challenge of faith
  • Faith and freedom in Indonesian law
  • MUI : the institutionalising of Indonesian islam
  • Case study part 1: The language of devotion
  • Case study part 2: Innovation on trial
  • Islam, public reason and the state.
This book draws on the work of Rawls to explore the interaction between faith, law and the right to religious freedom in post-Soeharto Indonesia, the world's largest democracy after India and the United States. It argues that enforcement of Islamic principles by the state is inconsistent with religious diversity and the country's liberal constitution. The book thus contributes to understanding the role of religion in the development of democracy in the world's largest Muslim nation. A key objective is to test the argument that Rawls' thinking about public reason cannot apply to the case of Indonesia, and Muslim states more broadly. The book therefore contributes to emerging scholarship that considers Rawls in a Muslim context. In addition to examining public reason in detail and considering critiques of the concept, the work highlights the fact that the theory was created to deal with value pluralism and is therefore relevant in any religious setting, including an Islamic one. In doing so, it emphasises that Islam is multifaceted and demonstrates the difficulties, and negative consequences, of integrating faith and law in a liberal state.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9781138694675 20170220
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xx, 461 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
  • Introduction: Tracing the bases of an integrated paradigm for maritime security and human rights at sea / Violeta Moreno-Lax and Efthymios Papastavridis
  • Setting the scene : refugees, asylum seekers, and migrants at sea : the need for a long-term, protection-centred vision / Guy S. Goodwin-Gill
  • A maritime security framework for the legal dimensions of irregular migration by sea / Natalie Klein
  • The perfect storm : sovereignty games and the law and politics of boat migration / Thomas Gammeltoft-Hansen
  • Who is the 'boat migrant'? challenging the anonymity of death by border-sea / Tamara Last
  • The migrant smuggling protocol and the need for a multi-faceted approach : inter-sectionality and multi-actor cooperation / Jean-Pierre Gauci and Patricia Mallia
  • Boat migrants as the victims of human trafficking : exploring key obligations through a human-rights based approach / Tom Obokata
  • Transnational crime and the rule of law at sea : responses to maritime migration and piracy compared / Douglas Guilfoyle
  • Interception of migrant boats at sea / Jasmine Coppens
  • The duty to assist persons in distress : an alternative source of protection against the return of migrants and asylum seekers to the high seas? / Lisa-Marie Komp
  • Access to asylum at sea? : non-refoulement and a comprehensive approach to extraterritorial human rights obligations / Mariagiulia Giuffré
  • Responses to "boat migration" : a global perspective--US practices / Niels Frenzen
  • The (un-)sustainability of Australia's offshore processing and settlement policy / Claire Higgins
  • Leave and let die : the EU banopticon approach to migrants at sea / Marie-Laure Basilien-Gainche
  • Into Africa : "boat people" in Sub-Saharan Africa / Cristiano D'Orsi, Sergio Carciotto, and Corey R. Johnson
  • The EU external borders policy and frontex-coordinated operations at sea : who is in charge? : reflections on responsibility for wrongful acts / Maïté Fernandez
  • An examination of the comprehensive plan of action as a response to mass influx of "boat people" : lessons learnt for a comprehensive approach to migration by sea / Meltem Ineli-Ciger
  • Conclusion: Closing remarks: The present and future of 'boat refugees' and migrants at sea / Anja Klug.
This book aims to address 'boat migration' with a holistic approach. The different chapters consider the multiple facets of the phenomenon and the complex challenges they pose, bringing together knowledge from several disciplines and regions of the world within a single collection. Together, they provide an integrated picture of transnational movements of people by sea with a view to making a decisive contribution to our understanding of current trends and future perspectives and their treatment from legal-doctrinal, legal-theoretical, and non-legal angles. The final goal is to unpack the tension that exists between security concerns and individual rights in this context and identify tools and strategies to adequately manage its various components, garnering an inter-regional / multi-disciplinary dialogue, including input from international law, law of the sea, maritime security, migration and refugee studies, and human rights, to address the position of 'migrants at sea' thoroughly.
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xii, 256 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction
  • Apartheid victimhood before the courts
  • Reparation, representation, and class actions
  • Embodied memory and the social
  • The formation of the political
  • Emancipation from victimhood
  • Ethnographic experience and anthropological knowledge
  • Conclusion: The embodiment of experiences of violence as seeds of new forms of sociality.
Bodies of Truth offers an intimate account of how apartheid victims deal with the long-term effects of violence, focusing on the intertwined themes of embodiment, injury, victimhood, and memory. In 2002, victims of apartheid-era violence filed suit against multinational corporations, accusing them of aiding and abetting the security forces of the apartheid regime. While the litigation made its way through the U.S. courts, thousands of victims of gross human rights violations have had to cope with painful memories of violence. They have also confronted an official discourse claiming that the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of the 1990s sufficiently addressed past injuries. This book shows victims' attempts to emancipate from their experiences by participating in legal actions, but also by creating new forms of sociality among themselves and in relation to broader South African society.Rita Kesselring's ethnography draws on long-term research with members of the victim support group Khulumani and critical analysis of legal proceedings related to apartheid-era injury. Using juridical intervention as an entry point into the question of subjectivity, Kesselring asks how victimhood is experienced in the everyday for the women and men living on the periphery of Cape Town and in other parts of the country. She argues that the everyday practices of the survivors must be taken up by the state and broader society to allow for inclusive social change in a post-conflict setting.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780804799782 20161024
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57. A body in the house [2017]

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177 pages ; 21 cm.
"Lawyer Frank May is, as always, reluctant to get involved in murder cases. But when his young client, Margot, comes back from a vacation with her husband and finds the dead body of a woman in their house, Frank is drawn in despite himself. Who was this woman? And when another murder occurs—this time on the campus of Stanford University—you have to wonder: Are the two deaths connected? And does a quirky Hungarian violinist have something to do with the case? Baffling questions, to be sure. But in the end, Frank finds the surprising key that unlocks the mystery"-- Publisher's website.
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89 pages ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction
  • Monstrous negotiations
  • Monstrous citizenships
  • Citizens and their monstrous families
  • Monstrous fears
  • Conclusions.
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xxi, 218 pages ; 24 cm
  • Introduction: writing a mosaic
  • A note on reading this book: thinking about trigger warnings
  • Brilliant imperfection: white pines
  • Ideology of cure
  • Birth
  • Prayers, crystals, vitamins
  • Beliefs about disability
  • Overcoming disability
  • Hope in motion
  • Rebelling against cure
  • The restoration of health
  • Walking in the prairie
  • Brilliant imperfection: twitches and tremors
  • Violence of cure
  • Defect
  • At the center of cure lies eradication
  • Personhood is a weapon
  • Great turmoil
  • Brilliant imperfection: maples
  • In tandem with cure
  • Cerebral palsy
  • Reading diagnosis
  • Disorder
  • Antibiotics and acupuncture
  • The price of diagnosis
  • Useful, but to whom?
  • Brilliant imperfection: stone
  • Nuances of cure
  • Wishing you less pain
  • Wanting cure
  • Birthmark
  • Cautionary tale
  • Body-mind yearning
  • Yearning for the peeper pond
  • Jostling my anti-cure politics
  • Your suicide haunts me
  • Brilliant imperfection: shells
  • Structure of cure
  • The medical-industrial complex
  • A far-reaching network
  • Troubled and troubling body-minds
  • Variations on cure
  • Skin lighteners and hot springs
  • Brilliant imperfection: hermit crabs
  • How cure works
  • Cure just around the corner
  • Charity events
  • Shifting technologies
  • A pharmaceutical history of eflornithine
  • Brilliant imperfection: rolling
  • At the center of cure
  • Carrie Buck I: yearning
  • Carrie Buck II: torrent of history
  • Carrie Buck III: feebleminded
  • Lives reduced to case files
  • Living with monkey
  • Schizophrenia
  • Brilliant imperfection: Myrtle
  • Moving through cure
  • Choosing disability
  • Airports and cornfields
  • Interdependence
  • Wanting a flat chest
  • Gender identity disorder
  • Claiming ourselves
  • Brilliant imperfection: drag queen
  • Impacts of cure
  • Endless questions
  • Ashley's father
  • Resisting intelligence
  • Feeling broken
  • Being fixed
  • Shame and pride
  • Brilliant imperfection: survival notes
  • Promise of cure
  • Normal and natural
  • Finding wholeness
  • Gender transition
  • Bullied
  • A maze of contradictions
  • Mama, what will you swear?
  • Walking in the prairie again
  • Brilliant imperfection: cycling.
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v, 152 pages ; 25 cm.
  • The revised lis pendens rules in the Brussels Ibis regulation / Christian Heinze and Björn Steinrötter
  • The party autonomy paradigm : European and global developments on choice of forum / Xandra Kramer and Erlis Themeli
  • Procedural position of a 'weaker party' in the regulation Brussels Ibis / Vesna Lazić
  • The enforcement of monetary final judgments under the Brussels Ibis regulation (a critical assessment) / Marta Requejo Isidro
  • Provisional and protective measures in the European civil procedure of the Brussels I system / Ilaria Pretelli
  • Brussels Ibis in relation to other instruments on the global level / Vesna Lazić and Steven Stuij, editors.
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