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HISTORY 2020

New and Forthcoming Titles

COLUMBIA UNIV ER SI T Y P R ESS C U P. C O L U M B I A . E D U


Letter from the Editors: We are delighted to present the 2020 Columbia University Press history catalog. The titles featured here demonstrate the vibrancy of Columbia University Press’s list as we continue a long tradition of publishing top scholarship, ranging from the history of U.S. capitalism to global and international history. Columbia’s American history list has two cornerstones: the history of U.S. foreign relations and the history of U.S. capitalism. In the Columbia Studies of the History of U.S. Capitalism series, we are pleased to announce two new books that will publish in the spring of 2020. Alex Sayf Cummings’s Brain Magnet: Research Triangle Park and the Idea of the Idea Economy studies the midcentury boosterism that created North Carolina’s famed Research Triangle Park and the first blueprints for the postindustrial knowledge economy. Paige Glotzer’s How the Suburbs Were Segregated: Developers and the Business of Exclusionary Housing, 1890–1960 examines the development of Baltimore’s wealthiest, whitest neighborhoods in the late nineteenth century and the deep roots of suburban segregation. In the history of American foreign relations, we have several new books that explore security, diplomacy, and soft power. In Oil Powers: A History of the U.S.-Saudi Alliance, Victor McFarland takes a critical look at the roots of the U.S.-Saudi alliance as not just an inevitable consequence of American energy demand and Saudi oil reserves but also as a dense political, economic, and social network bolstered by royal and executive power. In Whistleblowing Nation: The History of National Security Disclosures and the Cult of State Secrecy, Kaeten Mistry and Hannah Gurman cut a pathbreaking history of national security disclosures and state secrecy from World War I to the present, analyzing the complex politics, motives, and ideologies behind the revelation of state secrets that challenge the status quo. Thomas Borstelmann’s Just Like Us: The American Struggle to Understand Foreigners powerfully depicts the good and the bad in how Americans have seen others at home and abroad through the nation’s history. New global and international histories, like Mona L. Siegel’s Peace on Our Terms: The Global Battle for Women’s Rights After the First World War, bring forward unheard and underrepresented voices. In our Columbia Studies in International and Global History series, Raja Adal’s Beauty in the Age of Empire: Japan, Egypt, and the Global History of Aesthetic Education examines how globalizing forms of art and cultural education became a force for state-building and nationalism, and Michael Christopher Low’s Imperial Mecca: Ottoman Arabia and the Indian Ocean Hajj studies the contested nature of pilgrimage to the holy city during an age of modernization. M’hamed Oualdi’s A Slave Between Empires looks at the way individuals moved between modern imperial regimes as they rose and fell. These stories, both local and global, complement a wide array of regional histories from around the world—from a tale of the resistance in World War II-era Western Europe to a new account of China’s Republican-era policy toward Tibet— that Columbia is proud to publish in the coming year. We hope you share our enthusiasm for these books and the course they mark for the future of our list. Sincerely, Caelyn Cobb, editor for global history Stephen Wesley, editor for U.S. history ORDER ONLINE AND SAVE 30% ON HISTORY TITLES. ENTER CODE CONF


CONTENTS

Peace on Our Terms

Global History.........................................................4 American Foreign Relations.....................................5

The Global Battle for Women's Rights After the First World War

Middle East.............................................................7 Asia.........................................................................9

Mona L. Siegel

Europe....................................................................14 History of U.S. Capitalism......................................17 History of Religion.................................................19 Urban History.......................................................20

African-American History......................................21

Economic History....................................................23

Gender and Sexuality.............................................24 Culture, Art, and Film...........................................25 Biography..............................................................29

History of Education..............................................30 Columbia International Affairs Online (CIAO).....31

New in Paperback................................................32 Ordering Information..........................................35

Peace on Our Terms is the first book to demonstrate the centrality of women’s activism to the Paris Peace Conference and the critical diplomatic events of 1919. Mona L. Siegel tells the timely story of how female activists transformed women’s rights into a global rallying cry, laying a foundation for generations to come. 35.00 / £30.00 cloth 978-0-231-19510-2 2020 344 pages 28 illus.

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Just Like Us

Caelyn Cobb (cc4141@columbia.edu), editor for global history.

The American Struggle to Understand Foreigners

Stephen Wesley (sw2729@columbia.edu), editor for American history.

Thomas Borstelmann

For a complete listing of Columbia’s titles or for more information about any book in this catalog, visit our website, cup.columbia.edu. Most titles in this catalog published by Columbia University Press are available worldwide from the press. If no UK price appears for a title, it is most likely available from Columbia only in the United States, its possessions, and Canada. Titles published by the Chinese University Press, Jagiellonian Press, Ibidem Press, Transcript-Verlag, and Tulika Books are available from Columbia only in North America. To order titles from these publishers in other parts of the world, please contact each press directly.

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Just Like Us is a pathbreaking exploration of what foreignness has meant across American history. Thomas Borstelmann traces American ambivalence about non-Americans, identifying a paradoxical perception of foreigners as suspiciously different yet fundamentally sharing American values at heart beneath the layers of culture. $32.00 / £28.00 cloth 978-0-231-19352-8

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GLOBAL HISTORY

Imperial Mecca

Beauty in the Age of Empire

Ottoman Arabia and the Indian Ocean Hajj

Japan, Egypt, and the Global History of Aesthetic Education

Michael Christopher Low

Michael Christopher Low analyzes the late Ottoman hajj and the Hijaz region as transimperial spaces, reshaped by the competing forces of Istanbul’s project of frontier modernization and the extraterritorial reach of British India’s steamship empire in the Indian Ocean and Red Sea. $35.00 / £30.00 paper 978-0-231-19077-0 $105.00 / £88.00 cloth 978-0-231-19076-3 2020 304 pages

Raja Adal

Beauty in the Age of Empire is a global history of aesthetic education focused on how Western practices were adopted, transformed, and repurposed in Egypt and Japan. Raja Adal uncovers the emergence of aesthetic education in modern schools and its role in making a broad spectrum of ideologies from fascism to humanism attractive. $65.00 / £54.00 cloth 978-0-231-19116-6 2019 296 pages 43 illus.

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Asian Place, Filipino Nation

The Making of a Periphery

Nicole CuUnjieng Aboitiz

Ulbe Bosma

A Global Intellectual History of the Philippine Revolution, 1887–1912

How Island Southeast Asia Became a Mass Exporter of Labor

Nicole CuUnjieng Aboitiz reconnects the Philippine Revolution to the histories of Southeast and East Asia through an innovative considerationf its transnational political setting and regional intellectual foundations. She charts turn-of-the-twentieth-century Filipino thinkers’ and orevolutionaries’ political organizing and pr0to-national thought. $35.00 / £30.00 paper 978-0-231-19215-6 $140.00 / £115.00 cloth 978-0-231-19214-9 May 2020 264 pages

In The Making of a Periphery, Ulbe Bosma draws on new archival sources from the colonial period to the present to demonstrate how high demographic growth and a long history of bonded labor relegated Southeast Asia to the margins of the global economy. $65.00 / £54.00 cloth 978-0-231-18852-4 2019 320 pages 13 illus.

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AMERICAN FOREIGN RELATIONS

Oil Powers

A History of the U.S.Saudi Alliance Victor McFarland

Whistleblowing Nation

The History of National Security Disclosures and the Cult of State Secrecy Edited by Kaeten Mistry and Hannah Gurman

Victor McFarland challenges the view that the U.S.-Saudi alliance is the inevitable consequence of American energy demand and Saudi Arabia’s huge oil reserves. Oil Powers traces the growth of the alliance through a dense web of political, economic, and social connections that bolstered royal and executive power and the nationalsecurity state.

Bringing together contributors from a range of disciplines, Whistleblowing Nation is a pathbreaking history of national security disclosures and state secrecy from World War I to the present. The contributors explore the complex politics, motives, and ideologies behind the revelation of state secrets that challenge the status quo.

$35.00 / £27.00 paper 978-0-231-19727-4

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March 2020 416 pages 15 illus.

August 2020 384 pages 5 illus.

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Fearing the Worst

Allies of Convenience

Samuel F. Wells Jr.

Evan N. Resnick

A Theory of Bargaining in U.S. Foreign Policy

How Korea Transformed the Cold War

Fearing the Worst explains how the Korean War fundamentally changed postwar competition between the United States and the Soviet Union into a militarized confrontation that would last decades. Samuel F. Wells Jr. examines how military and political events interacted to escalate the conflict.

Evan N. Resnick examines the negotiating tables between the United States and its allies of convenience since World War II and sets forth a novel theory of alliance bargaining. Resnick’s neoclassical realist theory explains why U.S. leaders negotiate less effectively with unfriendly autocratic states than with friendly liberal ones.

$45.00 / £38.00 cloth 978-0-231-19274-3

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2019 600 pages 20 illus.

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WOODROW WILSON CENTER SERIES

2019 328 pages 5 illus.

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AMERICAN FOREIGN RELATIONS

America's Response to China

United States Special Operations Forces

A History of Sino-American Relations

David Tucker and Christopher J. Lamb

Second Edition

Sixth Edition

Warren I. Cohen

America’s Response to China has long been the standard resource for a succinct, historically grounded assessment of an increasingly complicated relationship. For this sixth edition, Warren I. Cohen adds an analysis of the policies of Barack Obama and the complications of the presidency of Donald Trump.

In this book, two national security experts put the exploits of America’s special operation forces in historical and strategic context. This second edition of United States Special Operations Forces, revised throughout to account for lessons learned in the twelve years since its first publication, includes two new case studies. $35.00 / £30.00 paper 978-0-231-18389-5

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2019 376 pages

2019 360 pages

Barriers Down

No Place for Russia European Security Institutions Since 1989

How American Power and Free-Flow Policies Shaped Global Media

William H. Hill

In No Place for Russia, William H. Hill traces the development of the post–Cold War European security order to explain today’s tensions, showing how attempts to integrate Russia into a unified Euro-Atlantic security order were gradually overshadowed by the domination of NATO and the EU—at Russia’s expense $40.00 / £34.00 cloth 978-0-231-70458-8

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Barriers Down reveals the unexpected origins of freedom of information in political, economic, and cultural battles in the postwar period. Diana Lemberg traces how the United States shaped media around the world under the banner of the “free flow of information,” showing how the push for global media access acted as a vehicle for American power. $60.00 / £50.00 cloth 978-0-231-18216-4

2018 536 pages

WOODROW WILSON CENTER SERIES

Diana Lemberg

2019 304 pages 15 illus.

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MIDDLE EAST

A Slave Between Empires

Away from Chaos

The Middle East and the Challenge to the West

A Transimperial History of North Africa

Gilles Kepel

M'hamed Oualdi

Translated by Henry Randolph

In June 1887, a man known as General Husayn, a manumitted slave turned dignitary in the Ottoman province of Tunis, passed away in Florence after a life crossing empires. M’hamed Oualdi investigates Husayn’s transimperial life and the posthumous battle over his fortune, recovering the transnational dimensions of North African history.

Away from Chaos is a sweeping political history of four decades of Middle East conflict and its worldwide ramifications. Gilles Kepel offers a clear and persuasive narrative of the long-term causes of tension while seamlessly incorporating on-the-ground observations and personal experiences from the people who lived through them.

$65.00 /£54.00 cloth 978-0-231-19186-9

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February 2020 248 pages 24 illus.

May 2020 288 pages 10 illus.

Modern Things on Trial

Enlightenment on the Eve of Revolution

Islam’s Global and Material Reformation in the Age of Rida, 1865–1935

The Egyptian and Syrian Debates

Leor Halevi

Elizabeth Suzanne Kassab

Leor Halevi tells the story of the Islamic trials of technological and commercial innovations of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Shedding light on culture, commerce, and consumption in Cairo and other colonial cities, Modern Things on Trial is a groundbreaking account of Islam’s material transformation in a globalizing era.

Elizabeth Suzanne Kassab offers a groundbreaking analysis of Egyptian and Syrian debates over enlightenment and their import for the 2011 uprisings. Enlightenment on the Eve of Revolution is the first book to document these debates for the Anglophone audiences and to analyze their importance for contemporary intellectual life and politics.

$75.00 / £62.00 cloth 978-0-231-18866-1

$30.00 / £25.00 paper 978-0-231-17633-0

2019 384 pages

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$90.00 / £74.00 cloth 978-0-231-17632-3 2019 240 pages

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MIDDLE EAST

The Empires of the Near East and India

Beyond the Wall Chapters on Urban Jerusalem

Source Studies of the Safavid, Ottoman, and Mughal Literate Communities

Heike Zaun-Goshen

Edited by Hani Khafipour

Beyond the Wall sheds light on some of the enigmas of Jerusalem’s more recent past, telling the tale of its growth from a provincial town somewhere in the Turkish Empire into a modern city. The book also includes two chapters on Arab Jerusalem and a preface by Teddy Kollek, who served as the city’s mayor for almost thirty years.

This volume is a comprehensive sourcebook of newly translated texts from the Safavid, Ottoman, and Mughal empires of the fifteenth through eighteenth centuries, accompanied by scholarly essays, it aims to provide a new model for the study and teaching of the early modern history of the Near East and India.

$30.00 / £25.00 paper 978-3-8382-1315-6

$150.00 / £116.00 cloth 978-0-231-17436-7

2019 372 pages 96 illus.

2019 672 pages

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Reforming Modernity

God and Man in Tehran

GODand M AN

Ethics and the New Human in the Philosophy of Abdurrahman Taha

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TEHR AN

Wael B. Hallaq

CO N T EN D I N G V I S I O N S

of the D I V I N E from the QA JA R S

to the I S L A M I C R E P U B L I C

Contending Visions of the Divine from the Qajars to the Islamic Republic Hossein Kamaly

H O S S E I N K A M A LY

Reforming Modernity is a sweeping intellectual history and philosophical reflection built around the work of the philosopher Abdurrahman Taha. Wael B. Hallaq explores how Taha’s philosophical project sheds light on recent intellectual currents in the Islamic world and puts forth a formidable critique of Western and Islamic modernities. $65.00 / £54.00 cloth 978-0-231-19388-7 2019 376 pages

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God and Man in Tehran explores the historical processes that have made and unmade contending visions of God in Iran’s capital throughout the past two hundred years. Hossein Kamaly examines how notions of the divine have been mobilized, contested, and transformed, emphasizing the role played by divergent conceptualizations of nature, reason, law, morality, and authority. $60.00 / £47.00 cloth 978-0-231-17682-8 2018 256 pages

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ASIA

To the End of Revolution

Vernacular Industrialism in China

The Chinese Communist Party and Tibet, 1949-1959

Local Innovation and Translated Technologies in the Making of a Cosmetics Empire, 1900–1940

Xiaoyuan Liu

Eugenia Lean

The status of Tibet is one of the most controversial and complex issues in the history of modern China. In To the End of Revolution, Xiaoyuan Liu draws on unprecedented access to the archives of the Chinese Communist Party to offer a groundbreaking account of Beijing’s evolving Tibet policy during the critical first decade of the People’s Republic.

By examining the manufacturing, commercial, and cultural activities of the maverick industrialist Chen Diexian (1879–1940), Eugenia Lean illustrates how lettered men of earlytwentieth-century China engaged in “vernacular industrialism,” the pursuit of industry and science outside of conventional venues.

$35.00 / £30.00 paper 978-0-231-19527-0

March 2020 416 pages 18 illus.

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July 2020 408 pages

Dying for Rights

The Chile Pepper in China

Putting North Korea’s Human Rights Abuses on the Record

A Cultural Biography Brian R. Dott

Sandra Fahy

Brian R. Dott explores how the non-native chile went from obscurity to ubiquity in China, influencing not just cuisine but also medicine, language, and cultural identity. The Chile Pepper in China sheds new light on the piquant cultural impact of a potent plant and raises broader questions regarding notions of authenticity in cuisine.

North Korea’s human rights violations are unparalleled in the contemporary world. In Dying for Rights, Sandra Fahy provides the definitive account of the abuses committed by the North Korean state, domestically and internationally, from its founding to the present.

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CONTEMPORARY ASIA IN THE WORLD

May 2020 296 pages 20 illus.

$35.00 / £30.00 cloth 978-0-231-17634-7 2019 392 pages 40 illus.

ARTS AND TRADITIONS OF THE TABLE: PERSPECTIVES ON CULINARY HISTORY

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The Power of Print in Modern China

The Profits of Nature

Colonial Development and the Quest for Resources in NineteenthCentury China

Intellectuals and Industrial Publishing from the End of Empire to Maoist State Socialism

Peter B. Lavelle

Robert Culp

Peter B. Lavelle uses the life and career of the statesman Zuo Zongtang as a lens to explore the environmental history of nineteenthcentury China. The Profits of Nature offers a new approach to understanding the dynamic relationship between imperial crisis, natural resources, and colonial development during a critical juncture in Chinese history.

Robert Culp explores the world of commercial publishing to offer a new perspective on modern China’s cultural transformations. He examines China’s largest and most influential publishing companies during the late Qing and Republican periods and into the early years of the People’s Republic.

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2019 392 pages 15 illus.

March 2020 304 pages 24 illus.

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Becoming Guanyin

Amboina, 1623

Artistic Devotion of Buddhist Women in Late Imperial China

Fear and Conspiracy on the Edge of Empire Adam Clulow

Yuhang Li

Yuhang Li examines how lay Buddhist women in late imperial China forged a connection with the subject of their devotion, arguing that women used their own bodies to echo that of Guanyin. She combines empirical research with theoretical insights from both art history and Buddhist studies.

Based on a detailed analysis of archival records, letters, and contemporary legal documents, this book is a masterful reinterpretation of a trial that has divided opinion for centuries. Amboina, 1623 offers new insights into one of the most famous cases in global history and the nature of European

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expansion across the early modern world.

February 2020 272 pages

$65.00 / £54.00 cloth 978-0-231-17512-8

PREMODERN EAST ASIA: NEW HORIZONS

2019 312 pages

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ASIA

Christian Sorcerers on Trial

The Diary of 1636 The Second Manchu Invasion of Korea

Records of the 1827 Osaka Incident

Na Man’gap

Translated and with an introduction by Fumiko Miyazaki, Kate Wildman Nakai, and Mark Teeuwen

Translated and with an introduction by George Kallander

After a Chosŏn faction realigned Korea with the Ming dynasty, the Manchu attacked in 1627 and again a decade later, forcing Korea to support the newly founded Qing dynasty. The Korean scholar-official Na Man’gap (1592–1642) recorded the second Manchu invasion in the only firstperson account chronicling the dramatic Korean resistance.

In 1829, six people were paraded through Osaka and crucified as devotees of the “pernicious creed” of Christianity. Christian Sorcerers on Trial offers annotated translations of a range of sources on this sensational event. It provides students and scholars alike with an extraordinarily rich picture of late Edo society.

$30.00 / £24.00 paper 978-0-231-19757-1

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July 2020 416 pages 16 illus.

July 2020 352 pages 3 illus.

$35.00 / £30.00 paper 978-0-231-19691-8

TRANSLATIONS FROM THE ASIAN CLASSICS

Kingly Crafts

Modeling Peace

The Archaeology of Craft Production in Late Shang China

Royal Tombs and Political Ideology in Early China Jie Shi

Yung-ti Li

Among the ancient graves and tombs excavated to date in China, the Mancheng site stands out for its unparalleled complexity and richness. Modeling Peace interprets Western Han royal burial as a political ideology by closely reading the architecture and funerary content of this site and situating it in the historical context of imperialization.

Through a systematic analysis of the archaeological materials available in both mainland China and Taiwan, Kingly Crafts provides a detailed picture of craft production in Anyang and paves the way for a new understanding of how the Shang capital functioned as a metropolis.

$60.00 / £50.00 cloth 978-0-231-19102-9

July 2020 240 pages 100 illus.

March 2020 352 pages 60 illus.

TANG CENTER SERIES IN EARLY CHINA

TANG CENTER SERIES IN EARLY CHINA

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ASIA

Stating the Sacred

Chinese Esoteric Buddhism

Religion, China, and the Formation of the Nation-State

Amoghavajra, the Ruling Elite, and the Emergence of a Tradition

Michael J. Walsh

Geoffrey C. Goble

Stating the Sacred offers a novel approach to nation-state formation, arguing that its most critical element is how the state sacralizes the nation. Focusing primarily on China, Michael J. Walsh argues that the foundational role of the sacred makes all nation-states religious states. $30.00 / £25.00 paper 978-0-231-19357-3 $95.00 / £78.00 cloth 978-0-231-19356-6 February 2020 272 pages

Chinese Esoteric Buddhism is generally held to have been established as a distinct Buddhist school in eighth-century China. Geoffrey C. Goble provides an innovative account of the tradition’s emergence that sheds new light on the structures and traditions that shaped its institutionalization, with a focus on Amoghavajra (704–774). $70.00 / £58.00 cloth 978-0-231-19408-2

2019 336 pages

THE SHENG YEN SERIES IN CHINESE BUDDHIST STUDIES

Ocean of Milk, Ocean of Blood

Classical Chinese Medicine

A Mongolian Monk in the Ruins of the Qing Empire

Liu Lihong Edited by Heiner Fruehauf

Matthew W. King

Translated by Gabriel Weiss and Henry A. Buchtel with Sabine Wilms

This book uses simple language to explain the essence of Shanghanlun (Treatise on Cold Damage), a monumental ancient medical classic, paired with cases the author encountered during years of practicing Chinese medicine, allowing readers to understand the melding of theory and practice and philosophical views of nature and life. $90.00 / £74.00 cloth 978-988-237-057-9

Matthew W. King tells the story of one Mongolian monk’s efforts to defend Buddhist monasticism in revolutionary times. He reveals an unexplored landscape of countermodern Buddhisms beyond old imperial formations and the newly invented national subject. $65.00 / £54.00 cloth 978-0-231-19106-7 2019 304 pages

2019 696 pages

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Thriving in Crisis

A Genealogy of Devotion

Buddhism and Political Disruption in China, 1522–1620

Bhakti, Tantra, Yoga, and Sufism in North India

Dewei Zhang

Patton E. Burchett

Thriving in Crisis is a systematic study of the late Ming Buddhist renewal with a focus on the religious and political factors that enabled it. Dewei Zhang explores the history of the boom in enthusiasm for Buddhism in the Jiajing-Wanli era (1522–1620), tracing a pattern of advances and retrenchment at different social levels in varied regions. $65.00 / £54.00 cloth 978-0-231-19700-7 June 2020 360 pages 10 illus.

Patton E. Burchett offers a path-breaking genealogical study of devotional (bhakti) Hinduism that traces its understudied historical relationships with tantra, yoga, and Sufism. He focuses his analysis on the early modern period, when the rise of bhakti communities in North India transformed the religious landscape. $70.00 / £58.00 cloth 978-0-231-19032-9 2019 456 pages

THE SHENG YEN SERIES IN CHINESE BUDDHIST STUDIES

The Cultural Economy of Land

Beef, Brahmins, and Broken Men

Suhita Sinha Roy

B. R. Ambedkar

An Annotated Critical Selection from The Untouchables

Rural Bengal, Circa 1860–1940

Edited and annotated by Alex George and S. Anand Introduction by Kancha Ilaiah Shepherd

Edited by Mallarika Sinha Roy

The Cultural Economy of Land attempts to bring out a multilayered pattern of rural life-worlds by tracing on the one hand, major social and political changes, and on the other hand, the everyday life of Birbhum district at a specific historical juncture. $35.00 / £30.00 cloth 978-81-937329-7-7 2019 200 pages

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B. R. Ambedkar spent his life battling Untouchability and instigating the end of the caste system. In his 1948 book The Untouchables, he sought to trace the origin of Untouchability. Beef, Brahmins, and Broken Men is an annotated selection from this work, produced in a time when the oppression of and discrimination against Dalits remains pervasive. $30.00 / £25.00 paper 978-0-231-19585-0 $90.00 / £74.00 cloth 978-0-231-19584-3 March 2020 424 pages

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EUROPE

The Resistance in Western Europe, 1940–1945

Anthropology and Ethnology During World War II

Translated by Jane Marie Todd

Light of New Source Materials

The Activity of Sektion Rassenund Volkstumsforschung Institut für Deutsche Ostarbeit in the

Olivier Wieviorka

Foreword by Robert O. Paxton

Edited by Małgorzata Maj, Marcin Brocki, and Stanisława ebunia-Staszel. Translated by Katarzyna Dorota Diehl

The Resistance in Western Europe is a sweeping analytical history of the underground antiNazi forces during World War II. Examining clandestine organizations in Norway, Denmark, the Netherlands, Belgium, France, and Italy, Olivier Wieviorka sheds new light on the factors that shaped the resistance and its place in Anglo-American military strategy.

The volume presents a collection of texts describing research into the Sektion Rassenund-Volsktumsforschung of the Institut für Deutsche Ostarbeit (IDO)—a Nazi-led institution established in occupied Poland during World War II. The research was carried out by anthropologists together with historians, sociologists, and physical anthropologists.

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$60.00 / £50.00 paper 978-83-233-4562-6

2019 512 pages 4 illus.

2019 288 pages 313 illus.

EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVES: A SERIES IN SOCIAL

JAGIELLONIAN UNIVERSITY PRESS

THOUGHT AND CULTURAL CRITICISM

Intellectuals and World War I

"Malleable at the European Will"

Edited by Tomasz Pudłocki and Kamil Ruszała

Helmut Meier

British Discourse on Slavery (1784–1824) and the Image of Africans

A Central European Perspective

This volume considers intellectuals within the social history of World War I. It offers a reflection on intellectuals’ stance toward militarism and the outbreak of war. It examines their reactions, thoughts, and predictions and the ways in which they interpreted the meaning of the war, as well as how they saw the possibilities of the postwar era.

Helmut Meier analyzes the image of Africans in pro- and anti-slavery texts from the British debate on the slave trade. He argues that by portraying African slaves as suffering wretches, anti-slavery texts created colonial others, who could subsequently become the objects of a discourse of colonial reform and “betterment.”

$60.00 / £50.00 paper 978-83-233-4500-8

2019 360 pages 14 illus.

2019 295 pages 5 illus.

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EUROPE

Age of Fear

Desolation and Enlightenment

The Cold War and Its Influence on Czechoslovakia, 1945–1968

Political Knowledge After Total War, Totalitarianism, and the Holocaust

Slavomír Michálek and Michal Štefanský

Ira Katznelson

Anniversary edition with new introduction

In this major intellectual history, Ira Katznelson examines the works of Hannah Arendt, Robert Dahl, Richard Hofstadter, Karl Polanyi, and others, detailing their engagement with the larger project of reclaiming the West’s moral bearing. This anniversary edition features a new foreword in which Katznelson reflects on recent challenges.

This book places Czechoslovakia on the map of Cold War history, blending historical analysis of the superpowers’ foreign policies with an assessment of their impact on Czechoslovakia and its position within the Soviet bloc. It draws on Slovak, Czech, American, and Russian sources to provide a more comprehensive understanding of postwar history.

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2019 430 pages

August 2020 208 pages

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LEONARD HASTINGS SCHOFF LECTURES

The Bulgarian State in 927–969

Tarnished Heroes

The Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists in the Memory Politics of Post-Soviet Ukraine

The Epoch of Tsar Peter I

Edited by Mirosław J. Leszka and Kirił Marinow

Per A. Rudling

After the Orange Revolution, Viktor Yushchenko embarked on a project to rehabilitate the far-right Organization of Ukrainian Nationalists. Juxtaposing the Ukrainian government’s official representation of the OUN’s leaders with international scholarly research, Per A. Rudling illuminates the deliberate blind spots of Ukraine’s new national memory. $40.00 / £34.00 paper 978-3-8382-0999-9

Tsar Peter I (927–969) is frequently presented in modern scholarship as a weak ruler, focused on religious matters. This book constructs a comprehensive and balanced view of Peter, his reign, and the role he played in the history of medieval Bulgaria. $65.00 / £54.00 paper 978-83-233-4545-9 2019 698 pages 35 illus.

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August 2020 260 pages 10 illus.

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EUROPE

The Chelmno Death Camp

From Cotton and Smoke

Chris Webb and Artur Hojan

Agata Zysiak, Kamil Śmiechowski, Kamil Piskała, Wiktor Marzec, Kaja Kaźmierska, and Jacek Burski

Łódź – Industrial City and Discourses of Asynchronous Modernity, 1897–1994

History, Biographies, Remembrance

This book is a comprehensive account of the Chelmno death camp. Chris Webb and Artur Hojan cover the construction and the development of the mass murder process. A major part of this work is the Jewish Roll of Remembrance, which includes the few survivors and the Jews deported from the Reich to their deaths in the gas vans.

This book considers the history of Łódź, a former textile hub now in central Poland, as one of confrontation with modernity. It presents a multifaceted portrait of twentieth-century urban experience beyond the metropolis.

$45.00 / £38.00 paper 978-3-8382-1206-7

2019 502 pages 80 illus.

$60.00 / £50.00 paper 978-83-233-4488-9 2019 318 pages 58 illus.

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Vice, Crime, and Poverty

On My Country and the World

20th Anniversary Edition

How the Western Imagination Invented the Underworld Dominique Kalifa

Mikhail Gorbachev

Translated by George Shriver Foreword by William Taubman

Translated by Susan Emanuel. Foreword by Sarah Maza

Vice, Crime, and Poverty traces the untold history of the concept of the underworld and its representations in popular culture. From the Parisian demimonde to Victorian squalor, from the slums of New York to the sewers of Buenos Aires, Dominique Kalifa deciphers the making of an image that has cast an enduring spell on its audience.

Drawing on his own experience, rich archival material, and a keen sense of history and politics, Mikhail Gorbachev speaks his mind on a range of subjects concerning Russia's past, present, and future place in the world. Here is Gorbachev on the October Revolution, the Cold War, and key figures such as Lenin, Stalin, and Yeltsin.

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2019 296 pages

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EUROPEAN PERSPECTIVES: A SERIES IN SOCIAL

2019 312 pages

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HISTORY OF U.S. CAPITALISM

How the Suburbs Were Segregated

Brain Magnet

Research Triangle Park and the Idea of the Idea Economy

Developers and the Business of Exclusionary Housing, 1890–1960

Alex Sayf Cummings

Paige Glotzer

Alex Sayf Cummings reveals the significance of North Carolina’s Research Triangle Park to the emergence of the high-tech economy in a postindustrial United States. Brain Magnet pinpoints how it sheds new light on the origins of today’s urban landscape, in which innovation is lauded as the engine of economic growth against a backdrop of inequality.

Focusing on Baltimore’s wealthiest, whitest neighborhoods, Paige Glotzer offers a new understanding of the deeper roots of suburban segregation. She argues that mid-twentiethcentury policies that favored exclusionary housing were the culmination of a long-term effort by developers to use racism to structure suburban real estate markets.

$30.00 / £25.00 paper 978-0-231-18491-5

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$120.00 / £100.00 cloth 978-0-231-17998-0

May 2020 256 pages 19 illus.

May 2020 296 pages 22 illus.

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Banking on Freedom

Threatening Property

Black Women in U.S. Finance Before the New Deal

Race, Class, and Campaigns to Legislate Jim Crow Neighborhoods

Shennette Garrett-Scott

Elizabeth A. Herbin-Triant

Elizabeth Herbin-Triant investigates earlytwentieth-century campaigns for residential segregation laws in North Carolina to show how the version of white supremacy supported by middle-class white people differed from that supported by the elites. Class divides halted Jim Crow from mandating separate neighborhoods for black and white southerners.

Shennette Garrett-Scott explores black financial innovation and its transformative impact on U.S. capitalism through the story of the St. Luke Bank in Richmond, Virginia: the first and only bank run by black women. Banking on Freedom offers an unparalleled account of how black women carved out economic, social, and political power. $35.00 / £30.00 paper 978-0-231-18391-8

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2019 288 pages 17 illus.

2019 352 pages

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HISTORY OF U.S. CAPITALISM

Buying Gay

Creditworthy

David K. Johnson

Josh Lauer

A History of Consumer Surveillance and Financial Identity in America

How Physique Entrepreneurs Sparked a Movement

Creditworthy

a Hi story of Consumer survei llanC e and fi nanCi al

Josh Lauer

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David K. Johnson tells the story of a physique magazine produced by and for gay men to show how gay commerce was not a byproduct of the gay-rights movement but an important catalyst for it. He offers a vivid look into the lives of physique entrepreneurs and their customers, presenting a wealth of illustrations.

In Creditworthy, Josh Lauer explores the evolution of credit reporting from from an industry that relied on personal knowledge to the modern consumer data industry. He highlights the role that commercial surveillance has played in monitoring Americans' economic lives.

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2017 368 pages 19 illus.

2019 328 pages 55 illus.

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American Capitalism New Histories

Edited by Sven Beckert and Christine Desan

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From Head Shops to Whole Foods The Rise and Fall of Activist Entrepreneurs Joshua Clark Davis

The Rise and Fall of Activist Entrepreneurs

Joshua Clark davis

American Capitalism presents cutting-edge research from prominent scholars that makes capitalism a subject of historical inquiry. Venturing new angles on finance, debt, and credit; women’s rights; slavery and political economy; the racialization of capitalism; labor beyond industrial wage workers; and the production of knowledge, this book demonstrates the breadth and scope of the new history of capitalism.

Joshua Clark Davis uncovers the historical roots of contemporary interest in ethical consumption, social enterprise, buying local, and missiondriven business, while also showing how today’s companies have adopted the language—but not often the mission—of liberation and social change. $24.00 / £20.00 paper 978-0-231-17159-5 $35.00 / £30.00 cloth 978-0-231-17158-8 Available Now February 2020 336 pages 24 illus.

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HISTORY OF RELIGION

Roman Catholicism in America

The Rise and Fall of the Religious Left

Second Edition

Politics, Television, and Popular Culture in the 1970s and Beyond

Chester Gillis

L. Benjamin Rolsky

Chester Gillis chronicles the history of American Catholics from the colonial era to the present, with an emphasis on changes and challenges in the contemporary church. This second edition of Roman Catholicism in America pays particular attention to the tumultuous past twenty years. $35.00 / £30.00 paper 978-0-231-14267-0

L. Benjamin Rolsky examines the ways in which American liberalism has helped shape cultural conflict since the 1970s through the story of how television writer and producer Norman Lear galvanized the religious left. He foregrounds the roles played by popular culture, television, and media in America’s religious history.

$105.00 / £88.00 cloth 978-0-231-14266-3

$35.00 / £30.00 paper 978-0-231-19363-4

March 2020 416 pages 35 illus.

$105.00 / £88.00 cloth 978-0-231-19362-7

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2019 272 pages

SERIES

COLUMBIA SERIES ON RELIGION AND POLITICS

The Disappearing Christ

Kosher USA

How Coke Became Kosher and Other Tales of Modern Food

Secularism in the Silent Era Phillip Maciak

Phillip Maciak examines filmic depictions of Jesus to argue that cinema developed as a model technology of secularism, training viewers for belief in a secular age. Cinematic depictions of an appearing and disappearing Christ became a powerful vehicle for Americans to navigate a rapidly modernizing society. $35.00 / £30.00 paper 978-0-231-18709-1

Roger Horowitz

Roger Horowitz follows the fascinating journey of kosher food through the modern industrial food system. From the Atlanta rabbi who made Coke kosher to the success of Manischewitz wine with non-Jewish consumers, Kosher USA adds a significant chapter to the history of modern Jewish American life as well as American foodways.

$105.00 / £88.00 cloth 978-0-231-18708-4

$26.00 / £22.00 paper 978-0-231-15833-6

2019 264 pages 37 illus.

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2018 320 pages 27 illus.

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URBAN HISTORY

Reforming the City

Fresh Kills

Ariane Liazos

Martin V. Melosi

A History of Consuming and Discarding in New York City

The Contested Origins of Urban Government, 1890–1930

Ariane Liazos examines the urban reform movement that swept through the United States in the early twentieth century and its unintended consequences. Reforming the City offers powerful insights into the relationships between scholarship and reform and between the structures of city government and urban democracy.

Fresh Kills—a monumental 2,200-acre structure on Staten Island—was once the world’s largest landfill. Martin V. Melosi provides a comprehensive chronicle of Fresh Kills that offers new insights into the growth and development of New York City and the relationship among consumption, waste, and disposal.

$35.00 / £30.00 paper 978-0-231-19139-5

$40.00 / £34.00 paper 978-0-231-18949-1

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$120.00 / £100.00 cloth 978-0-231-18948-4

2019 400 pages

2020 800 pages

City of Workers, City of Struggle

On Bicycles

A 200-Year History of Cycling in New York City

How Labor Movements Changed New York

Evan Friss

Edited by Joshua B. Freeman

Evan Friss traces the colorful and fraught history of bicycles—and bicyclists—in New York City. He uncovers the bicycle’s place in the city over time, showing how the bicycle has served as a mirror of the city’s changing social, economic, infrastructural, and cultural politics. $30.00 / £25.00 cloth 978-0-231-18256-0 2019 256 pages 30 illus.

City of Workers, City of Struggle brings together essays by leading historians of New York and a wealth of illustrations, offering rich descriptions of work, life, and political struggle. It recounts how workers have built formal and informal groups not only to advance their own interests but also to pursue a vision of what New York should be. $40.00 / £34.00 cloth 978-0-231-19192-0 2019 248 pages 225 illus.

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AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY

Educating Harlem

Black Utopia

Edited by Ansley T. Erickson and Ernest Morrell

Alex Zamalin

A Century of Schooling and Resistance in a Black Community

Educating Harlem brings together a multidisciplinary group of scholars to consider of the history of schooling in perhaps the nation’s most iconic black community. The volume traces the varied ways that Harlem residents defined and pursued educational justice for their children and community despite consistent neglect and structural oppression. $30.00 / £25.00 paper 978-0-231-18221-8

The History of an Idea from Black Nationalism to Afrofuturism

Alex Zamalin offers a groundbreaking examination of African American visions of utopia and their counterutopian counterparts. Considering figures linked to racial separatism, postracialism, anti-colonialism, Pan-Africanism, and Afrofuturism, he argues that the black utopian tradition continues to challenge American political thought and culture. $26.00 / £20.00 paper 978-0-231-18741-1 $80.00 / £66.00 cloth 978-0-231-18740-4 2019 192 pages 6 illus.

$90.00 / £74.00 cloth 978-0-231-18220-1 2019 376 pages 9 illus.

A Piece of the Action

Race Capital?

Eithne Quinn

Edited by Andrew M. Fearnley and Daniel Matlin

Harlem as Setting and Symbol

Race and Labor in Post– Civil Rights Hollywood

Eithne Quinn reveals how Hollywood catalyzed racial politics in the decade after the passage of the Civil Rights Act, through representation on screen as well as in battles over jobs and resources behind the scenes. Based on extensive archival research and detailed discussions of films, this book examines the limits of Hollywood liberalism.

Leading scholars consider crucial aspects of Harlem’s social, political, and intellectual history; its artistic, cultural, and economic life; and its representation across an array of media and genres. Race Capital? models new Harlem scholarship that interrogates exceptionalism while taking seriously the importance of place and locality.

$30.00 / £25.00 paper 978-0-231-16437-5

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2018 312 pages 15 illus.

2019 288 pages 18 illus.

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AFRICAN-AMERICAN HISTORY

Shadow Archives

Le Boogie Woogie

The Lifecycles of African American Literature

Inside an After-Hours Club

Jean-Christophe Cloutier

Shadow Archives brings to life a slew of newly discovered texts to tell the stories of black special collections and their struggle for institutional recognition. Jean-Christophe Cloutier offers revelatory readings of major African American writers and provides a nuanced view of how archives shape literary history.

Terry Williams

$105.00 / £88.00 cloth 978-0-231-19330-6

Terry Williams delves into the world of after-hours clubs, exploring their longstanding function in the African American community as neighborhood institutions and places of autonomy for people whom mainstream society grants few spaces of freedom. He contrasts Le Boogie Woogie, which he visited in the 1990s, with a Lower East Side club, dubbed Murphy’s Bar, twenty years later to show how “cool” remains essential to those outside the margins of society even as what it means to be “cool” changes.

2019 408 pages 29 illus.

$30.00 / £25.00 paper 978-0-231-17789-4

$90.00 / £74.00 cloth 978-0-231-17788-7

$35.00 / £30.00 paper 978-0-231-19331-3

February 2020 304 pages

THE COSMOPOLITAN LIFE

The Freedom Schools

Down the Up Staircase

Student Activists in the Mississippi Civil Rights Movement Jon N. Hale

Three Generations of a Harlem Family Bruce D. Haynes and Syma Solovitch

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Down the Up Staircase tells the story of one Harlem family across three generations, connecting its journey to the historical and social forces that transformed Harlem over the past century. Bruce D. Haynes and Syma Solovitch cover the Great Migration, the Harlem Renaissance, the early civil rights victories, the Black Power and Black Arts movements as well as the many forces that ravaged black communities, including Haynes's own.

$60.00 / £50.00 cloth 978-0-231-17568-5

$22.00 / £18.99 paper 978-0-231-18103-7

Designed and run by African American and white educators and activists, the Freedom Schools counteracted segregationist policies that inhibited opportunities for black youth. Based on dozens of first-time interviews with former Freedom School students and teachers and on rich archival materials, Jon N. Hale provides a remarkable social history of the Mississippi Freedom Schools.

2016 320 pages 22 illus.

$30.00 / £25.00 cloth 978-0-231-18102-0 2019 240 pages 13 illus.

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ECONOMIC HISTORY

After the Crash

Risk, Choice, and Uncertainty

Financial Crises and Regulatory Responses

Three Centuries of Economic Decision-Making

Edited by Sharyn O'Halloran and Thomas Groll

After the Crash is an innovative analysis of the 2008 financial crisis and its ongoing effects on the global regulatory, financial, and political landscape, with timely discussions of the key issues for our economic future. It brings together a range of expert and practitioner perspectives. $35.00 / £30.00 cloth 978-0-231-19284-2 2019 432 pages

George G. Szpiro

Risk, Choice, and Uncertainty offers a new narrative of the three-century history of the study of decision-making, tracing how crucial ideas have evolved and telling the stories of the thinkers who shaped the field. George G. Szpiro examines economics from theories of optimal decision-making to behavioral science. $32.00 / £28.00 cloth 978-0-231-19474-7 2020 264 pages 20 illus.

Accidents and the State

The Ages of Globalization

Understanding Risks in the 20th Century

Geography, Technology, and Institutions

Edited by Peter Itzen, Birgit Metzger, and Anne Rasmussen

The beginning of the twentieth century saw a reinterpretation of the concept of the accident. The contributions in this volume explore social, cultural, political, administrative, and medical responses to accidents in modern states. The case studies include British, French, German, Italian, Chinese, and Chilean experiences. $45.00 / £38.00 paper 978-3-8376-4113-4 April 2020 240 pages

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Jeffrey D. Sachs

Jeffrey D. Sachs turns to world history to shed light on how we can meet the challenges and opportunities of the twenty-first century. He takes readers through a series of six distinct waves of technological and ideological change, starting with the very beginnings of our species and ending with reflections on present-day globalization. $24.95 / £22.00 cloth 978-0-231-19374-0 June 2020 288 pages 61 illus.

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GENDER AND SEXUALITY

My Brilliant Friends

The Shape of Sex

Our Lives in Feminism

Nonbinary Gender from Genesis to the Renaissance

Nancy K. Miller

Leah DeVun

The Shape of Sex is a pathbreaking history of “hermaphrodites”—as individuals who allegedly combined or crossed sex or gender binaries were called—from 200–1400 C.E. Ranging widely across premodern European thought and culture, Leah DeVun reveals how and why efforts to define “the human” so often hinged on ideas about hermaphrodites. $35.00 / £30.00 paper 978-0-231-19551-5 $105.00 / £88.00 cloth 978-0-231-19550-8

My Brilliant Friends is an innovative group biography of three friendships forged in secondwave feminism. Poignant and politically charged, the book is a captivating personal account of the complexities of women’s bonds. $28.00 / £22.00 cloth 978-0-231-19054-1 2019 232 pages

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September 2020 288 pages 44 illus.

Herstories on Screen

The First Political Order

Feminist Subversions of Frontier Myths

How Sex Shapes Governance and National Security Worldwide

Kathleen Cummins

Valerie M. Hudson, Donna Lee Bowen, and Perpetua Lynne Nielsen

The First Political Order is a groundbreaking demonstration that the persistent and systematic subordination of women underlies all other institutions, with wide-ranging implications for global security and development. It offers a new paradigm for understanding insecurity, instability, autocracy, and violence. $40.00 / £34.00 cloth 978-0-231-19466-2 March 2020 600 pages 125 illus,

From the late 1970s into the early 1990s, a generation of female filmmakers took aim at their home countries’ popular myths of the frontier. Kathleen Cummins offers in-depth readings of ten works by women filmmakers including Jane Campion, Julie Dash, Merata Mita, Tracey Moffat, and Anne Wheeler. Cummins details the ways in which these filmmakers’ debunked idealized Anglo-Saxon femininity and motherhood and lay bare gendered and sexual violence and colonial oppression. $30.00 / £25.00 paper 978-0-231-18951-4 $95.00 / £78.00 cloth 978-0-231-18950-7 May 2020 304 pages 35 illus.

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CULTURE, ART, AND FILM

Mag Men

Cook, Taste, Learn

Walter Bernard and Milton Glaser

Guy Crosby

How the Evolution of Science Transformed the Art of Cooking

Fifty Years of Making Magazines

Foreword by Gloria Steinem

For more than fifty years, Walter Bernard and Milton Glaser have revolutionized the look of magazine journalism. In Mag Men, Bernard and Glaser recount their storied careers, offering insiders’ perspective on some of the most iconic design work of the twentieth century.

Guy Crosby offers a lively tour of the history and science behind the art of cooking, with a focus on achieving a healthy daily diet. He traces the evolution of cooking from its earliest origins, recounting the innovations that have unraveled the mysteries of health and taste.

$34.95 / £30.00 cloth 978-0-231-19180-7

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2019 288 pages 200 illus.

2019 208 pages 39 illus.

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Robert Rauschenberg An Oral History

Edited by Sara Sinclair with Peter Bearman and Mary Marshall Clark

Notre-Dame of Amiens Life of the Gothic Cathedral Stephen Murray

Robert Rauschenberg is a work of collaborative oral biography that tells the story of one of the twentieth century’s great artists through a series of interviews with key figures in his life—family, friends, former lovers, professional associates, studio assistants, and collaborators.

Notre-Dame of Amiens is one of the great Gothic cathedrals. In this beautifully illustrated magisterial chronicle, Stephen Murray tells the cathedral’s story from the overlapping perspectives of the social groups connected to it.

$35.00 / £30.00 cloth 978-0-231-19276-7

August 2020 512 pages 232 illus.

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2019 328 pages 19 illus.

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CULTURE, ART, AND FILM

The Ordinary

Townscapes in Transition

Recordings

Transformation and Reorganization of Italian Cities and Their Architecture in the Interwar Period Edited by Carmen M. Enss and Luigi Monzo

Rem Koolhaas, Denise Scott Brown, and Yoshiharu Tsukamoto, in conversation with Enrique Walker

Organized around conversations with the authors of three seminal texts that document the city—Rem Koolhaas on Delirious New York, Denise Scott Brown on Learning from Las Vegas, and Yoshiharu Tsukamoto on Made in Tokyo—this volume traces the history of “books on cities.”

How did urban Italy come to look the way it does today? This collection assembles recent studies in architectural history and theory exploring the historical paradigms guiding architecture and landscape design in between the world wars.

$20.00 / £16.99 paper 978-1941332-06-1

2019 250 pages 128 illus.

2018 98 pages

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History of Art in Japan

Arctic Archives

Tsuji Nobuo

Ice, Memory, and Entropy

Translated by Nicole Coolidge Rousmaniere

Edited by Susi K. Frank and Kjetil Jakobsen

WINNER OF THE SPECIAL CULTURAL TRANSLATION PRIZE FROM THE JAPAN SOCIETY OF TRANSLATORS

In this book the leading authority on Japanese art history sheds light on how Japan has nurtured distinctive aesthetics, prominent artists, and movements that have achieved global influence and popularity. The History of Art in Japan discusses works ranging from earthenware figurines in 13,000 BCE to manga, anime, and modern subcultures. $34.95 / £30.00 paper 978-0-231-19341-2 2019 664 pages 402 illus

This pioneering volume explores the Arctic as an important and highly endangered archive of knowledge about natural as well as human history of the Anthropocene. Focusing on the Arctic as an archive means not only to investigate it as a place of human history and memory but to take into account its specific environmental conditions. $45.00 / £38.00 paper 978-3-8376-4656-6 2019 350 pages

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CULTURE, ART, AND FILM

Art of Memories

Nostalgia for the Future

Curating at the Hermitage

Modernism and Heterogeneity in the Visual Arts of Nazi Germany

Vincent Antonin Lépinay

Gregory Maertz

In Art of Memories, Vincent Antonin Lépinay documents the Hermitage’s curatorial practices in an innovative consideration of the museum as a cultural laboratory. Lépinay analyzes the tensions between the museum as a space of exploration of the collections and as a culture heavily invested in self-protection from the outside world.

Demonizing modernist art as a symptom of the corruption of German culture was a standard trope in National Socialist propaganda. Gregory Maertz’s pioneering research unearths the persistence of recognizable modernist styles in painting and sculpture produced under the patronage of the Nazi Party, even after the purge of “degenerate art.”

$30.00 / £25.00 paper 978-0-231-19189-0

$35.00 / £30.00 paper 978-3-8382-1281-4

$90.00 / £74.00 cloth 978-0-231-19188-3

2019 230 pages 80 illus.

2019 288 pages

IBIDEM PRESS

Residual Futures

Salon Salon

Franz Prichard

Edited by Liu Ding and Carol Yinghua Lu

Fine Art Practices from 1972 to 1982 in Profile – A Beijing Perspective

The Urban Ecologies of Literary and Visual Media of 1960s and 1970s Japan

A novel cultural history of critical urban discourse in Japan, Residual Futures brings an interdisciplinary approach to Japanese literary and visual media studies. It provides a vital new perspective on the infrastructural aesthetics and entangled urban and media conditions of the global Cold War.

Salon, Salon explores Beijing’s art scene in the decade from the late Cultural Revolution to the beginning of the Reform and Opening-up period. It focuses on the continuous influence of the ideological structure of socialist realism on the practice and discourse of contemporary Chinese art.

$35.00 / £30.00 paper 978-0-231-19131-9

$70.00 / £58.00 paper 978-988-237-089-0

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2019 600 pages 365 illus.

2019 280 pages 20 illus.

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Transformation

Chromatic Modernity

Andrzej Szczerski

Sarah Street and Joshua Yumibe

Art in East-Central Europe After 1989

Color, Cinema, and Media of the 1920s

Andrzej Szczerski examines how artists responded to the post-1989 transition to democracy and a free market economy and proposed directions for these transformations to take, as well as their role in shaping remembrance of the communist era. 2019 257 pages

Sarah Street and Joshua Yumibe provide a revelatory history of how the use of color in film led the way in creating a chromatically vibrant culture. Focusing on the final decade of silent film, Chromatic Modernity portrays the 1920s as a pivotal and profoundly chromatic period of cosmopolitan exchange, collaboration, and experimentation.

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Ariel Rogers rethinks the history of moving images by exploring how experiments with screen technologies in and around the 1930s changed the way films were produced, exhibited, and experienced. She challenges conventional narratives about the novelty of the twenty-firstcentury multiscreen environment.

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The Credential Society An Historical Sociology of Education and Stratification Randall Collins

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