(800) 562-2139 www.greyhouse.com 16 General Reference “…the presentation, straightforward and accessible writing style… make this source easy, appealing, and likely to be used. A real reference tool for public or community college libraries.” –Library Journal “This unique and much-needed directory will be useful for practitioners, researchers, teachers, and tourists.” –CHOICE “An invaluable resource for students preparing research papers… Public, academic, high school, and religious libraries will want to add.” –Library Journal “An engaging, thought-provoking, and witty analysis of the history of evolutionary thought... A must read for students of evolution and the philosophy of science.” –CHOICE World Cultural Leaders of the Twentieth & Twenty-First Centuries America’s College Museums Encyclopedia of Religion & the Law in America The Evolution Wars: A Guide to the Debates World Cultural Leaders is a window into the arts, performances, movements, and music that shaped the world’s cultural development since 1900. Detailed and complete coverage includes six major cultural categories: Art, Film, Dance, Literature, Theater and Music. Over 550 profiles highlight the works and achievements of actors in theatre and film, architects, novelists, writers, composers, choreographers, dancers, film directors, opera performers, painters, photographers, poets, popular music figures, television personalities, playwrights and more. Additional material includes a fold-out Timeline that traces important events in all cultural categories, Places to Visit information, an Index by Occupation, a useful Glossary and a thorough General Index. Bringing a wealth of information together into one easy-to-use resource, this volume is an important acquisition for the reference collections of public libraries, university libraries and high schools. America’s College Museums provides a comprehensive overview of the funding, development, exhibitions, governance and future trends of college museums, along with highly informative profiles of these important facilities. Over 1,400 college museums are profiled, with photos and contact information for the museum director. Readers will uncover museums of art, botanical gardens, costumes, geology, historical sites, marine sciences, medical & health, musical instruments, natural history, photography, planetaria, religion, science & technology, sculptures, zoology and more. The only resource of its kind, this work presents a comprehensive picture of the college museum world and the 1,400 museums and galleries in American colleges and universities. It is an essential in-house reference tool for all campus museums and galleries and will be an important resource for academic and public libraries. Over 300 extensive A -Z Entries provide comprehensive coverage of the implications both for individual rights and for society as a whole, allowing readers to develop of full understanding of the complicated relationship between religion and the law. A wide variety of Primary Documents supplement the text, including Historical Documents, Federal Statutes, Documents from the United Nations, and Historical and Contemporary Commentary. These documents provide readers with necessary background information and ample material for in-depth study. This resource presents the issues involving religion and the law in all their complexity, nuances, and challenges, in a clear, understandable fashion, allowing readers to develop a full understanding of the subject. An important acquisition for the reference collections of all public libraries, university libraries, religion reference collections and high schools. The Evolution Wars draws on history, science, and philosophy to examine the development of evolutionary thought.The text focuses on the great debates that have engaged, divided, stimulated, and provoked scientists and others to ponder the origins of humankind.Thought-provoking, in-depth entries examine the history of evolution, early evolutionists, Darwinism, creationism, genetics, sociobiology, philosophy, natural selection and more.To further aid the reader, informative Chapter Introductions and Overviews outline the contents of each chapter.Additional material includes an Historical Timeline, Biographies of Prominent Scientists, Primary Documents and a Glossary for added understanding.With two and a half centuries of evolutionary thought in one all-inclusive volume, this thought-provoking encyclopedia is a much-needed resource in public libraries, and university collections. Second Edition | January 2008 | Two Volumes, 800 pages | Hardcover | ISBN 978-1-59237-118-1 | $255 Second Edition | August 2011 | 800 pages | Hardcover | ISBN 978-1-59237-674-2 | $195 Second Edition | March 2009 | 600 pages | Hardcover | ISBN 978-1-59237-298-0 | $165 Second Edition | December 2008 | 500 pages | Hardcover | ISBN 978-1-59237-288-1 | $165 Cultural & Social Issues SECOND EDITION SECOND EDITION SECOND EDITION SECOND EDITION