Within the world of theater, we don’t shy away from the word “games”: we understand that play is not indulgent and superfluous, but essential and generative. Even frivolity has value, when it can take the pressure of high-performing off the table. (Because really, who cares if you crash and burn in a game of “Zip … Continue reading Creativity, Communication and Leadership through Narrative. Review of The Story Cookbook: Practical Recipes for Change by Andrew Rixon and Cathryn Lloyd. Cambridge Scholars Publishing. 2019.
'This is an adapted version of the book review by the same author, Dr Peter Chukwuma Obutte, published under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) license in Issue 23 (June, 2019) of The African Journal of Information and Communication (AJIC), 23, 1-5. https://doi.org/10.17159/2077-7213/2019/n23a6'. Uchenna Jerome Orji’s new book takes on the Herculean … Continue reading Book Review: Telecommunications Law and Regulation in Nigeria
Please see below for Dr Jessica Ashe’s review of Dr. Waleed Ridha Hammoodi Al-Juwaid’s The Pragmatics of Cogent Argumentation in British and American Political Debates: a thoroughly well-researched and comprehensive assessment of linguistics in politics. "Could candidates possibly win elections through the use of pivotal speech acts in presidential and prime ministerial debates? Dr. Al-Juwaid postulates … Continue reading Dr Jessica Ashe’s Review of The Pragmatics of Cogent Argumentation in British and American Political Debates by Dr. Waleed Ridha Hammoodi Al-Juwaid
Dr. John Andrew Morrow's book Finding W.D. Fard: Unveiling The Identity Of The Founder Of The Nation Of Islam has been reviewed by the Berkeley Institute for Islamic Studies in which it has been labelled as a 'masterpiece'. Finding W.D. Fard: Unveiling the Identity of the Founder of the Nation of Islam provides an overview of … Continue reading Finding W.D. Fard – ‘A Masterpiece’
We are delighted to share a new review of one of Robert Letellier's latest books with us, the brilliant Meyerbeer’s Le Prophète: A Parable of Politics, Faith and Transcendence. Please see below for the full review, authored by Robert Gibson, and don't forget you can grab 60% off Letellier's The Bible in Music for the … Continue reading New review of Robert Letellier’s new book Meyerbeer’s Le Prophète, by Robert Gibson
We are delighted to share a short review of Dan Masterson's new book with Cambridge Scholars, entitled The Story of Offshore Arctic Engineering, written by Ken Croasdale. Dan's book is available until the end of December for a cut-price £39.99 as part of our promotion celebrating the Winter Solstice - please click here to see … Continue reading Book Review: The Story of Offshore Arctic Engineering
Published since 1999, Insight Turkey is a leading journal in the area of academic studies of the Middle East and Islam. The journal covers a large range on topics, including but not restricted to Turkish domestic and foreign policy, as well as wider global affairs, particularly those surrounding the Middle East, the Balkans, the Caucasus and Europe. … Continue reading New book reviews published in Insight Turkey