by David N. Thomas
Good used condition, published by Allen&Unwin in 1986.
"White Bolts Black Locks is a major contribution to the national debate about racism, racial justice and the relationships between the white and black British."
by Tariq Modood
Published by Edinburgh University Press in 2005.
"Muslims have come to be perceived as the 'Other' that is most threatening to British society. This book argues that what begins as a narrative of racial exclusion and black-white division has been complicated by cultural racism, and islamophobia."
by Douglas T. Miller
"The book traces the life of the black abolitionist, from his early years in slavery to his later success as a persuasive editor, orator, and writer."
By Suman Fernando
"Originally published in 1988 this author, however, saw no reason why the contemporary psychiatrist should not challenge this ethnocentrism. He provides a critical account of the development of psychiatry in relation to its cultural context."
Published in approx 1870s. With the text of Johnson Stevens & Reed and Biographical Sketch by Mary Cowden Clarke. Rare find and vintage from the 19th century. This is one of the most accurate edition of the original plays at the time. Features a complete index of all characters in the plays.