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COLUMBIA FALL 2019


CONTENTS Trade and General Interest New in Paper

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Journalism 57 Asian Studies

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Religion 62 History 64 Wallflower 68 Film Studies

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Literary Studies

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Philosophy 73 Politics 76 Sociology 78 Economics 80 Economics / Law

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Social Work

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Columbia Books on Architecture and the City

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Harrington Park Press, LLC

88

Tulika Books

90

Hitchcock Annual

92

Austrian Film Museum

93

Maria Curie-Skłodowska University Press

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Jagiellonian University Press

95

Agenda Publishing The Chinese University Press

98 103

Auteur Publishing

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Barbara Budrich Publishers

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ibidem Press

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Transcript–Verlag 124 Award-Winning Titles

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Electronic Resources

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The Best of the Backlist

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The Best of the Business Backlist

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Author / Title Index

138

Client Presses

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Subagents 144

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Dear Readers,

Our fall catalogue demonstrates the effort we make at Columbia University Press to bring global perspectives to contemporary issues. These books represent the remarkable achievements of our authors in considering the dynamics of social change in a turbulent era.

Columbia authors are leaders in finding solutions for the environmental crisis that balance social, political, and ecological concerns. Jeffrey D. Sachs (p. 1) takes the long view, seeing all of history as a story of globalization in order to find hope for today. And Karl Coplan’s Live Sustainably Now (p. 9) offers an encouraging picture of the possibilities for individual action that acknowledges the global nature of the problem.

The timely theme of “resistance” unites the works of Dana Fisher (American Resistance, p. 2) and Olivier Wieviorka (The Resistance in Western Europe, 1940–1945, p. 11). From analyzing the tactics of activists pushing back against Donald Trump to exploring the anti-Nazi underground in war-torn Europe, our authors not only extend the frontiers of scholarship but also offer powerful stories of how ordinary people can take part in major struggles.

Our titles this season emphasize the global scale, past and present. The First Political Order (p. 27) explains the centrality of male domination of women in all societies around the world throughout recorded history. Prabhjot Singh and Raj Panjabi’s The Last Mile (p. 20) takes a worldwide view of health care in rural and remote communities, including in the United States. And with Paek Nam-nyong’s Friend (p. 12), we present an unprecedented translation of a North Korean novel that reveals shared humanity despite deep differences. We are inspired and sustained by our readers, partners, and the university community that helps us publish these groundbreaking works. Thank you for your support of our books and our mission. Jennifer Crewe Associate Provost and Director

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The Ages of Globalization

Geography, Technology, and Institutions JEFFREY D. SACHS WHAT T H E H ISTORY O F G LO BA L I Z AT I O N CA N T E ACH US ABOUT H OW TO S OLV E TO DAY ’ S G LO BA L PR O BL E M S

Today’s most urgent problems are fundamentally global. They require nothing less than concerted, planetwide action if we are to secure a long-term future. But humanity’s story has always been on a global scale, and this history deeply informs the present. In this book, Jeffrey D. Sachs, renowned economist and expert on sustainable development, turns to world history to shed light on how we can meet the challenges and opportunities of the twenty-first century.

Sachs 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. Along the way, he considers how the interplay of geography, technology, and institutions influenced the Neolithic revolution; the spread of land-based empires; the opening of sea routes from Europe to Asia and the Americas; and the industrial age. The dynamics of these past waves give us new perspective on the ongoing processes taking place in our own time—and how we should work to guide the change we need. Sachs emphasizes the need for new methods of international governance and cooperation to achieve economic, social, and environmental objectives aligned with sustainable development. The Ages of Globalization is a vital book for all readers aiming to make sense of our rapidly changing world. JEFFREY D. SACHS

is University Professor and

director of the Center for Sustainable Development

Praise for Jeffrey D. Sachs’s The Age of Sustainable Development “If you want to understand the modern world, and if you have room on your shelf for only one book, this is your book.” —Jared Diamond, Pulitzer Prize–winning author of Guns, Germs, and Steel

“Both sobering and inspiring: sobering because it presents in great detail the unprecedented challenges facing mankind; inspiring because it assures us that we can meet those challenges, if only we summon the will to act.” —Kerry Kennedy, president, RFK Center for Justice and Human Rights

at Columbia University. He is also director of the United Nations Sustainable Development Solutions Network and has been advisor to three UN secretaries-general. He is a New York Times best-selling author, and his Columbia University

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American Resistance

From the Women’s March to the Blue Wave DANA R. FISHER H OW LA RGE- SCA LE P O LI TI CA L P ROTESTS CO N TRI B UTED TO A DEMO C RATI C ELEC TO RA L VI C TO RY

Since Donald Trump’s first day in office, a large and energetic grassroots “Resistance” has taken to the streets to protest his administration’s plans for the United States. Millions marched in pussy hats on the day after the inauguration; outraged citizens flocked to airports to declare that America must be open to immigrants; masses of demonstrators circled the White House to demand action on climate change; and that was only the beginning. Who are the millions of people marching against the Trump administration, how are they connected to the Blue Wave that washed over the U.S. Congress in 2018—and what does it all mean for the future of American democracy?

“After the shocking 2016 election, millions of Americans took to streets and meeting halls to fight President

American Resistance traces activists from the streets back to the communities and congressional districts around the country where they live, work, and vote. Using innovative data and interviews with key players, Dana R. Fisher analyzes how Resistance groups have channeled outrage into activism, using distributed organizing to make activism possible by anyone from anywhere, whenever and wherever it is needed most. Beginning with the Women’s March and following the movement through the 2018 midterms, Fisher demonstrates how their energy and enthusiasm paid off in a wave of Democratic victories. She reveals how the Left rebounded from the devastating 2016 election, the lessons for turning grassroots passion into electoral gains, and what comes next for the Resistance.

Trump’s agenda and revitalize U.S. democracy. Using interviews with the leaders of national political groups and surveys of thousands of participants in DC protest marches, Dana R. Fisher offers a window into their passionate, loosely coordinated efforts to boost 2018 Democratic fortunes in Congress and the states while proclaiming a very un-Trumpian vision for the country’s future.” —Theda Skocpol, director, Scholars Strategy Network, and Victor S. Thomas Professor of Government and Sociology, Harvard University

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DANA R. FISHER

is professor of sociology and

director of the Program for Society and the Environment at the University of Maryland, College Park. Her books include Activism, Inc.: How the Outsourcing of Grassroots Campaigns Is Strangling Progressive Politics in America (2006).


Cook, Taste, Learn

How the Evolution of Science Transformed the Art of Cooking GUY CROSBY THE S C IENT IF IC D IS COV E R I E S T H AT CH A N G E D CO O K I N G

Cooking food is one of the activities that makes humanity unique. It’s not just about what tastes good: advances in cooking technology have been a constant part of our progress, from the ability to control fire to the emergence of agriculture to modern science’s understanding of what happens at a molecular level when we apply heat to food. Mastering new ways of feeding ourselves has resulted in leaps in longevity and explosions in population—and the potential of cooking science is still largely untapped.

In Cook, Taste, Learn, the food scientist and bestselling author 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. Crosby explains why both home cooks and professional chefs should learn how to apply cooking science, arguing that we can easily improve the nutritional quality and gastronomic delight of everyday eating. Sciencedriven changes in the way we cook can help reduce the risk of developing chronic diseases and enhance our quality of life. The book features accessible explanations of complex topics as well as a selection of recipes that illustrate scientific principles. Cook, Taste, Learn reveals the possibilities for transforming cooking from a craft into the perfect blend of art and science. GUY CROSBY,

“Cook, Taste, Learn elegantly intertwines history, chemistry, anthropology, and culinary science to create a captivating guided tour through the arc of human invention. The general scientific advancements feel just as vital to our enjoyment of good food as the evolution of cooking science. An accessible and inspiring contribution to the history of science!” —Ali Bouzari, author of Ingredient: Unveiling the Essential Elements of Food

PhD, CFS, is adjunct associate

professor of nutrition at the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health. He is the science editor for Christopher Kimball’s Milk Street and was the science editor for America’s Test Kitchen. He is co-

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The Brain in Context

A Pragmatic Guide to Neuroscience JONATHAN D. MORENO AND JAY SCHULKIN W H AT N EUROSC I EN C E CA N A N D CA N N OT EX P LA I N A BO U T HOW THE B RA I N WO RKS

The human brain is the most complex object in the known universe. The field of neuroscience has made remarkable strides in recent years in understanding aspects of the brain, yet we still struggle with seemingly fundamental questions. What lessons can we learn from neuroscience’s successes and failures? What kinds of questions can neuroscience answer, and what will remain out of reach?

“Moreno and Schulkin deftly deploy an irresistible array of fascinating stories and witty, accessible analysis to illustrate how we arrived at knowing what we know as well as what we only think that we know about our brain as a whole. The Brain in Context is an indispensable read for all of us who use our brains yet scratch our heads about how they work. A true treat for all our minds to read and to ponder!” —Amy Gutmann, president and Christopher H. Browne Distinguished Professor of Political Science and professor of communication, University of Pennsylvania

In The Brain in Context, the bioethicist Jonathan D. Moreno and the neuroscientist Jay Schulkin provide an accessible and thought-provoking account of the evolution of neuroscience and the neuroscience of evolution. They emphasize that the brain is not an isolated organ. It extends into every part of the body and every aspect of human life. Understanding the brain requires studying the environmental, biological, chemical, genetic, and social factors that continue to shape it. Moreno and Schulkin describe today’s transformative devices, theories, and methods, including technologies like fMRI and massive whole-brain activity maps. They show how theorizing about the brain and experimenting with it often go hand in hand, and they raise cautions about unintended consequences of technological interventions. The Brain in Context is a stimulating and even-handed assessment of the scope and limits of what we know about how we think.

JONATHAN D. MORENO

is David and Lyn Silfen University Professor

and a Penn Integrates Knowledge professor at the University of Pennsylvania, where he is also a professor of medical ethics and health policy, history and sociology of science, and philosophy. His books include Impromptu Man: J. L. Moreno and the Origins of Psychodrama, Encounter Culture, and the Social Network (2014). JAY SCHULKIN

is a research professor in the Department of Neurosci-

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Sex in the Brain

How Seizures, Strokes, Dementia, Tumors, and Trauma Can Change Your Sex Life AMEE BAIRD A N EUR OP SYC H OLOG I ST E X PL A I N S W H AT BR A I N I NJU R IES R EV EAL ABO U T S E XUA L I T Y

The effects on sex and the sex drive are not generally considered when thinking through the consequences of traumatic brain injury, stroke, Parkinson’s disease, or the early stages of dementia, but these brain conditions and many more can result in dramatic changes in the sex lives of those who suffer them. There has been surprisingly little research on how our brains control one of the most fundamental of all human behaviors: sex. And there is even less understanding of what happens to a person’s sexuality after injury or illness affects their frontal and temporal lobes. In Sex in the Brain, Amee Baird explores memorable cases of brain injuries and disease that have effected significant changes in sexual behavior and reveals what these exceptional stories have to say about human sexuality. Each chapter includes striking personal accounts, many from individuals Baird has met in her clinical practice, of unexpected changes in sexuality. Until now these fascinating, frightening, and funny stories have been hidden in medical journals or untold outside of the clinical setting. This book offers unique insight into how the brain controls sex life. AMEE BAIRD

is a clinical neuropsychologist

with a PhD from the University of Melbourne. Involved in research and private practice, she has

“Amee Baird has delivered an entertaining and informative tour of the sexiest bits of the human brain, with real case studies from her research and clinical practice. In the style of the guru of popular neurology, Oliver Sacks, Baird captures the humanity of her patients. This book is at its best when it lets us into the lives of the patients and uses their cases to unfold a better understanding of the brain and what it means to be human.” —Rob Brooks, director of the Evolution and Ecology Research Centre, UNSW Sydney,

published widely in academic journals and in The

and author of Sex, Genes, and Rock ‘n’

Conversation and is a regular media commentator.

Roll: How Evolution Has Shaped the Modern World

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Fantastic Fossils

A Guide to Finding and Identifying Prehistoric Life DONALD R. PROTHERO A N E X P ERT’ S GUI DE TO THE HOWS A N D WHYS O F FOSSI L HUN TI N G

Nothing fills us with a sense of wonder like fossils. What looks at first like a simple rock is in fact a clue that reveals the staggering diversity of ancient environments, the winding pathways of evolution, and the majesty of a vanished earth. But as much as one might daydream of digging a hole in the backyard and finding a Tyrannosaurus, only a few places contain these buried treasures, and when a scientist comes across a remnant of prehistoric life, great care must be taken. What do budding paleontologists need to know before starting their search?

“This book condenses most of what

In Fantastic Fossils, Donald R. Prothero offers an accessible, entertaining, and richly illustrated guide to the paleontologist’s journey. He details the best places to look for fossils, the art of how to find them, and how to classify the major types. Prothero provides expert wisdom about typical fossils that an average person can hope to collect and how to hunt fossils responsibly and ethically. He also explores the lessons that common and rarer discoveries offer about paleontology and its history, as well as what fossils tell us about past climates and present climate change. Captivating illustrations by the paleoartist Mary Persis Williams bring to life hundreds of important specimens. Offering valuable lessons for armchair enthusiasts and paleontology students alike, Fantastic Fossils is an essential companion for all readers who have ever dreamed of going in search of traces of a lost world.

you find in a college textbook on paleontology into a concise, readable handbook that explains everything from how to find and collect fossils to how to assign them scientific names. No fossil enthusiast should be without it!” —Spencer G. Lucas, curator of paleontology, New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science

“If you’re anyone from nine to ninety who wants to learn more about fossils, you should definitely check out this book.” —Bruce S. Lieberman, Biodiversity Institute and Department of Ecology and

DONALD R. PROTHERO

Evolutionary Biology, University of Kansas

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is a paleontology and

geology researcher, teacher, and author. He is adjunct professor of geological sciences at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, and research associate in vertebrate paleontology at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. His most recent book is The Story of the Dinosaurs in 25 Discoveries: Amazing Fossils and the People Who Found Them (Columbia, 2019).


Exploding Stars and Invisible Planets

The Science of What’s Out There FRED WATSON A WOR L D - R ENOWNE D AST R O N O M E R E X PL A I N S E VE RY T H ING YOU NE E D TO K N OW A BO U T CU R R E N T S PAC E S C IENC E

What happens to space and mass near a black hole? Where did the moon come from? How do we know what stars are made of ? Are we alone in the universe? In Exploding Stars and Invisible Planets, Fred Watson, an award-winning astronomer, presents the most up-to-date knowledge on hot topics in astronomy and space science, providing a fascinating and entertaining account of the latest research. Watson explains how to find invisible planets around other stars, why dark matter matters, and the future of citizen space travel, all while recounting the seismic shifts in understanding that have taken place during his illustrious forty-year career.

The book features illuminating discussions of microbes in space; the dividing line between day and night; exploding stars and light echoes; fast radio bursts and signals from space; meteors, meteorites, and space dust; what happened to the Martian ocean; the seas and lakes of Titan; and the birth of the universe. FRED WATSON

is astronomer at large with the

Australian Commonwealth Department of Industry, Innovation, and Science. He worked at both of Britain’s royal observatories before joining the

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“Despite the complexity of the universe, you feel as though you’ve always been part of unraveling its mysteries as you read Fred Watson’s entertaining book. You will explore its history, spot things in the night sky you’ve never noticed before, and if you’re hoping for a wild new travel adventure, you’ll learn how to go to space without contaminating the cosmos with pesky earthly microbes. Bonus!” —Amanda Bauer, head of education and public outreach, Large Synoptic Survey Telescope

Australian Astronomical Observatory as astronomer in charge in 1995. Recognized internationally for helping to pioneer the use of fiber optics in astronomy during the 1980s and ’90s, Watson is best known today for his radio and TV broadcasts and popular astronomy books, which include Stargazer: The Life and Times of the Telescope (2004) and Why Is Uranus Upside Down? And Other

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Questions About the Universe (2007). He also has

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an asteroid named after him (5691 Fredwatson).

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Climate Change Science

A Primer for Sustainable Development JOHN C. MUTTER A S CI E N TI ST EX P LA I N S THE ESSEN TI A LS O F CL I M ATE C HA N GE

How will future climates be different from today’s world—and what consequences will changes in climate have for societies and their development strategies? This book is a primer on the essential science for grasping the workings of climate change and climate prediction. It is accessible for readers with little to no background in science, with an emphasis on the needs of those studying sustainable development.

John C. Mutter gives a just-the-facts overview of how the climate system functions and what we know about why changes occur. He recounts the evolution of climatology from the earliest discoveries about Earth’s climate to present-day predictive capabilities and clearly presents the scientific basis of fundamental topics such as climate zones, oceanatmosphere dynamics, and the long-term cycles from glacial to interglacial periods. Mutter also details the mechanisms of climate change and the ways in which human activity affects global climate. He explains the science behind some known consequences of rising temperatures, such as sea level rise, hurricane behavior, and climate variability. The primer discusses how climate predictions are made and examines the sources of uncertainty in forecasting. Climate Change Science is a straightforward and easy-to-read treatment of the fundamental science needed to comprehend one of today’s most important issues.

“John C. Mutter earned an outstanding reputation as a marine geophysicist at Columbia’s Lamont Observatory, and then turned his interest to the effects of natural and manmade disasters on humankind. His recent focus extends to the major problems looming from future climate change. His primer is a succinct review of the physics behind climate change, along with summaries of glacial-interglacial climate cycles, ENSO events, and what the future will hold.” —William F. Ruddiman, professor emeritus, Department of Environmental Sciences at

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the University of Virginia

JOHN C. MUTTER

is a professor at Columbia

University with appointments in the Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences and in the School of International and Public Affairs. He was previously deputy director of the Earth Institute. He is the author of The Disaster Profiteers: How Natural Disasters Make the Rich Richer and the Poor Even Poorer (2015).


Live Sustainably Now

A Low-Carbon Vision of the Good Life KARL COPLAN A G UID E TO M AINTAI N I N G A S U STA I N A BL E CA R BO N FOOT P R INT WH IL E L I V I N G A N O R D I N A RY L I FE

Any realistic response to climate change will require reducing carbon emissions to a sustainable level. Yet even people who already recognize that the climate is the most urgent issue facing the planet struggle to understand their individual responsibilities. Is it even possible to live with a sustainable carbon footprint in modern American society—much less to live well? What are the options for those who would like to make climate awareness part of daily life but don’t want to go off the grid or become a hermit?

Karl Coplan shares his personal journey of attempting to cut back on carbon without giving up the amenities of a suburban middle-class lifestyle. Coplan chronicles the joys and challenges of a year on a carbon budget—kayaking to work, hunting down electric-car charging stations, eating a Mediterranean-style diet, and enjoying travel on weekends and vacations while avoiding longdistance flights. He explains how to set a personal carbon cap and measure your actual footprint—with his own results detailed in monthly diaries. Presenting the pros and cons of different energy, transportation, and lifestyle options, Live Sustainably Now shows that there does not have to be a trade-off between the ethical obligation to maintain a sustainable carbon footprint and the belief that life should be fulfilling and fun. This powerful and persuasive book provides an individual-level blueprint for a carbon-sustainable tweak to the American dream. KARL COPLAN

“In clear prose, sometimes taking a colloquial turn, Coplan walks the reader through questions of individual culpability for global warming, ranging—quite usefully, in my view—between philosophical abstractions and quantifiable realities of daily life. He balances theory and practice with aplomb.” —Mark Hineline, author of Ground Truth: A Guide to Tracking Climate Change at Home

is professor of law at the Elisabeth

Haub School of Law at Pace University, where he © ROBIN BELL

directs its environmental litigation clinic. He is a coauthor of Introduction to Environmental Law: Cases and Materials on Water Pollution Control (second edition, 2016). Coplan is also a member of the board of directors of Waterkeeper Alliance, a global network of clean water advocates.

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Peace on Our Terms

The Global Battle for Women’s Rights After the First World War MONA L. SIEGEL H OW WO MEN A RO UN D THE WO RLD ASSERTED THEI R R I G H TS A FTER WO RLD WA R I

“Peace on Our Terms highlights the contributions that women from all over the world made in 1919 to the history of peacemaking, following what was the most murderous war of the twentieth century. Her collage of activists—from France’s Marguerite de Witt-Schlumberger to China’s Soumay Tcheng—is stunningly drawn. By investigating women’s activism on a global scale, Siegel has made an outstanding contribution to our understanding of the post–World War I period. A beautifully written, inspiring page-turner!” —Karen Offen, author of European Feminisms, 1700–1950: A Political History

In the watershed year of 1919, world leaders met in Paris, promising to build a new international order rooted in democracy and social justice. Female activists demanded that statesmen live up to their word. Excluded from the negotiating table, women captured global headlines with a message that was both straightforward and revolutionary: enduring peace depended as much on recognition of the fundamental humanity and equality of all people— regardless of sex, race, class, or creed—as on respect for the sovereignty of independent states.

Peace on Our Terms follows dozens of remarkable women from Europe, the Middle East, North America, and Asia as they crossed oceans and continents; commanded meeting halls in Paris, Zurich, and Washington; and marched in the streets of Cairo and Beijing. Mona L. Siegel’s sweeping global account of international organizing highlights how Egyptian and Chinese nationalists, Western and Japanese labor feminists, white Western suffragists, and African American civil-rights advocates worked in tandem to advance women’s rights. Despite significant resistance, these pathbreaking women would leave their mark on emerging democratic constitutions and new institutions of global governance. Drawing on a wide range of sources, Peace on Our Terms tells the timely story of how female activists transformed women’s rights into a global rallying cry, laying a foundation for generations to come. MONA L. SIEGEL

is professor of history at Califor-

nia State University, Sacramento. She is the author

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of The Moral Disarmament of France: Education,

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Pacifism, and Patriotism, 1914–1940 (2004).

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The Resistance in Western Europe, 1940–1945 OLIVIER WIEVIORKA

Translated by Jane Marie Todd Foreword by Robert O. Paxton THE INT ER NAT IONAL STO RY O F E U R O PE A N R E S I STA N C E DU R ING WOR L D WAR I I

National resistance has long been celebrated in remembrances of World War II, depicted as making significant contributions to the defeat of Nazi Germany. However, the so-called army of shadows drew heavily on the support of London and Washington, a fact often forgotten in postwar Europe.

The Resistance in Western Europe is a sweeping analytical history of the underground anti-Nazi 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 the grand scheme of AngloAmerican military strategy. While national actors played a leading role in fomenting resistance, British and American intelligence services and propaganda as well as financial, material, and logistical support were crucial to its activities and growth. Wieviorka illuminates the policies of governments in exile and resistance actors regarding cooperation with the British and Americans, pointing to the persistence of national self-interest and long-standing historical tensions. Drawing on a wide range of archival sources and bringing together the political, diplomatic, and military dimensions of the conflict, this book is the first account of the resistance on a continental scale and from a trans-European perspective. OLIVIER WIEVIORKA

is professor of history at

the École normale supérieure de Paris-Saclay. His books in English include The French Resistance (2016), also translated by Jane Marie Todd. ROBERT O. PAXTON

is Mellon Professor Emeritus

of Social Science at Columbia University. His books include Vichy France: Old Guard and New Order (Columbia, revised edition, 2001).

WI N N ER, 2018 P RI X DU LI VRE D’ HI STO I RE DE L’ EURO P E

“Wieviorka presents a clear-eyed view of the achievements and limitations of resistance efforts, moving beyond romanticized tales of valor and dismissive tales of military ineffectiveness.” —Clifford Rosenberg, City College of New York

“This is a history on a grand scale commensurate with the epic character of the complex struggle it recounts.” —Philip Nord, Princeton University

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Friend

A Novel from North Korea PAEK NAM-NYONG Translated by Immanuel Kim A N O RTH KO REA N N OVEL O F MA RRI AGE A N D DI VO RC E, W I T H STRI KI N G EMOTI O N A L HEFT

“The publication of Immanuel Kim’s painstaking translation of Paek Namnyong’s Friend is a significant event. It promises to shift the focus away from those texts that simply confirm our preconceived notions about the DPRK toward a subtler and more informed consideration of literary practices there.” —Travis Workman, University of Minnesota

Paek Nam-nyong’s Friend is a tale of marital intrigue, abuse, and divorce in North Korea. A woman in her thirties comes to a courthouse petitioning for a divorce. As the judge who hears her statement begins to investigate the case, the story unfolds into a broader consideration of love and marriage. The novel delves into its protagonists’ past, describing how the couple first fell in love and then how their marriage deteriorated over the years. It chronicles the toll their acrimony takes on their son and their careers alongside the story of the judge’s own marital troubles.

A best-seller in North Korea, where Paek continues to live and write, Friend illuminates a side of life in the DPRK that Western readers have never before encountered. Far from being a propagandistic screed in praise of the Great Leader, Friend describes the lives of people who struggle with everyday problems such as marital woes and workplace conflicts. Instead of socialist-realist stock figures, Paek depicts complex characters who wrestle with universal questions. This groundbreaking translation of one of North Korea’s most popular writers offers Englishlanguage readers a page-turner full of psychological tension as well as a revealing portrait of a society that is typically seen as closed to the outside world. PAEK NAM-NYONG

is one of the most renowned writers in North

Korea today. He was born in 1949 in Hamhŭng and worked in a steel factory for many years before enrolling at Kim Il Sung University. He worked in the Writer’s Union and later joined the elite group of writers called April 15th Literary Production Unit. IMMANUEL KIM

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is Korea Foundation and Kim-Renaud Associate

Professor of Korean Literature and Culture Studies at George Washington University. He is the author of Rewriting Revolution: Women, Sexuality, and Memory in North Korean Fiction (2018).


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Fandango and Other Stories ALEXANDER GRIN

Translated by Bryan Karetnyk OFF- K ILT ER ADV ENTU R E STO R I E S FR O M R U SS I A’ S JU LE S V ER NE

In a bucolic idyll, a terrorist agonizes over the act of violence he is about to commit. On a remote island in the South Pacific, the investigation of a case of mass suicide reveals further mysteries. In a far-flung colony, a cynical trio sends an unwitting man into the wilderness in search of a chimera. Mixing romance and high adventure, intrigue and the fantastic, these magnificent tales by one of Russia’s most enduringly popular writers deftly probe the depths of human nature and desire.

Fandango and Other Stories presents a selection of essential short fiction by Alexander Grin, Russia’s counterpart to Robert Louis Stevenson, Edgar Allan Poe, and Alexandre Dumas. By turns a sailor, a dockworker, a vagrant, a gold prospector, a lumberjack, a soldier, a deserter, an agitator, an exile, a prisoner, and a runaway, Grin wrote seven novels and over three hundred short stories that transport the reader to a realm of pure art and imagination. His ingenious plots explore conflicts of the individual and society in a romantic world populated by a cast of eccentric, cosmopolitan characters. Fandango and Other Stories presents works drawn from across the entirety of Grin’s varied career to encompass the range and sophistication of his writing. Bryan Karetnyk’s elegant translations bring Grin’s distinctive voice to a new generation of readers. ALEXANDER GRIN,

“Bryan Karetnyk’s sparkling translations bring out both the stylistic intricacy and the psychological depth of Alexander Grin’s tales, calling to mind the ‘delicate, graceful lacework of fretted leaves’ described in ‘Lanphier Colony.’ This expertly edited collection introduces, at long last, the full range of Grin’s gifts to the English-speaking world.” —Boris Dralyuk, executive editor of the Los Angeles Review of Books

the nom de plume of Alexander Stepanovich

Grinevsky (1880–1932), was a leading Russian writer of fantasy and adventure, most famous for the novel Scarlet Sails. His neoromantic fiction won him enduring popularity but eventually ran afoul of the Soviet authorities. Impoverished and increasingly denied the ability to publish, he died of stomach cancer at the age of fifty-one. BRYAN KARETNYK

is a Wolfson Scholar in the Humanities at

University College London. He has translated several major works by Gaito Gazdanov and is the editor and principal translator of the anthology Russian Émigré Short Stories from Bunin to Yanovsky (2017).

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The Death of Vazir-Mukhtar YURY TYNYANOV

Translated by Anna Kurkina Rush and Christopher Rush A H I STO RI CA L N OVEL A BO UT O N E O F RUSSI A’ S GREAT W R I T E RS BY O N E O F RUSSI A’ S GREAT C RI TI C S

The Death of Vazir-Mukhtar, a novel by Yury Tynyanov, a leading figure of the Russian formalist school, describes the final year in the life of Alexander Griboedov, the author of the comedy Woe from Wit. As ambassador to Persia, Griboedov was savagely murdered in Tehran in 1829 in an attack on the Russian embassy.

“The well-known formalist literary scholar Yury Tynyanov was a master of form. In bracing prose style, his novel The Death of Vazir-Mukhtar dives deeply into the life of the Russian poet Alexander Griboedov and Russian cultural and political history. This translation brings the reader every unexpected turn of Griboedov’s life and thoughts.” —Sibelan Forrester, Swarthmore College

The novel is not only one of the central texts of Russian formalist literary production but also a brilliant meditation on the nature of historical and poetic consciousness and on literary creation. It is a complex and fascinating work on the nature of the relationship among individual memory, historical fact, and the literary imagination. The result is a hybrid text, containing elements of literary biography, the psychological existential novel, and the spy novel, and a deeply personal, almost confessional work about the relationship of the writer to his generation and the state. Written in 1927 and 1928, almost a century after the events it depicts, The Death of Vazir-Mukhtar bridges two watershed periods between revolution and reaction. At a time when the Soviet regime was becoming increasingly restrictive of freedom of expression and conscience, Tynyanov examined themes of disillusionment, betrayal, unrealized potential, and wasted talent. Unabashedly intellectual yet full of intrigue and suspense, The Death of Vazir-Mukhtar is one of the great historical novels of Russian modernism. YURY TYNYANOV

(1894–1943) was an influential literary historian,

scholar, critic, and theoretician of the cinema. He was a leading member of the formalist group before achieving renown as a writer of historical fiction. His works include two other literary biographical $19.95t / £14.99 paper 978-0-231-19387-0 $40.00* / £30.00 cloth 978-0-231-19386-3 $18.99t / £14.99 e-book 978-0-231-55054-3 J A N U A R Y   608 pages / 5.5" x 8.5" F I C T I O N I N T R A N S L AT I O N R U S S I A N L I B R A RY

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novels on Pushkin and Küchelbecker as well as a number of short stories and novellas. ANNA KURKINA RUSH

and CHRISTOPHER RUSH previously

translated Tynyanov’s Young Pushkin: A Novel (2007).


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Woe from Wit

A Verse Comedy in Four Acts ALEXANDER GRIBOEDOV Translated by Betsy Hulick A CL ASS IC NINET EEN T H - C E N T U RY CO M E DY O F MA NNER S

Alexander Griboedov’s Woe from Wit is one of the masterpieces of Russian drama. A verse comedy set in Moscow high society after the Napoleonic wars, it offers sharply drawn characters and clever repartee, mixing meticulously crafted banter and biting social critique. Its protagonist, Chatsky, is an idealistic ironist, a complex Romantic figure who would be echoed in Russian literature from Pushkin onward. Chatsky returns from three years abroad hoping to rekindle a romance with his childhood sweetheart, Sophie. In the meantime, she has fallen in love with Molchalin, her reactionary father Famusov’s scheming secretary. Chatsky speaks out against the hypocrisy of aristocratic society—and as scandal erupts, he is met with accusations of madness.

Woe from Wit was written in 1823 and was an immediate sensation, but under heavy-handed tsarist censorship, it was not published in full until forty years later. Its influence is felt not just in Russian literary language but in everyday speech. It is the source of a remarkable number of frequently quoted aphorisms and turns of phrase, comparable to Shakespeare’s influence on English. Yet owing to its complex rhyme scheme and verse structure, the play has frequently been considered almost untranslatable. Betsy Hulick’s translation brings Griboedov’s sparkling wit, spirited dialogue, and effortless crossing of registers from elevated to colloquial into a lively contemporary English. ALEXANDER GRIBOEDOV

“Certain masterpieces seem to defy translation. Griboedov’s scintillating verse comedy of manners, Woe from Wit, is thought to be one of them. Betsy Hulick’s translation comes as close to nullifying that notion as any. It is accurate, sprightly, inventive, and eminently playable. She has captured the sharp characterizations and aphoristic dialogue of the original. Her version deserves to be on the same shelf as Richard Wilbur’s Tartuffe and the Cyrano of Anthony Burgess.” —Laurence Senelick, Tufts University

(1795–1829), described by Pushkin as the

“cleverest man of his generation,” is best known as the author of Woe from Wit. While serving on a diplomatic mission to Persia in the aftermath of the 1826–1828 Russo-Persian War, he was brutally murdered when a mob assaulted the Russian embassy in Tehran. BETSY HULICK

has translated Russian poets and playwrights, includ-

ing Pushkin and Chekhov, and her translation of Gogol’s Inspector General was produced on Broadway.

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The Little Devil and Other Stories ALEXEI REMIZOV

Translated by Antonina W. Bouis WO N DRO US FO LKTA LE- I N FLUEN C ED STO RI ES FRO M A M O D E RN I ST MASTER

“Antonina W. Bouis gives a generous selection of the shorter prose of Alexei Remizov, a leading exponent of modernist fiction in Russia, whose work has remained largely inaccessible to Anglophone readers. The stories chosen span the more than five decades of his creative career and distill the leading themes of his work—evocation of the Russian city- and landscape, its people’s Christian and pre-Christian beliefs— all rendered with Gogolian verbal humor and Dostoevskian compassion for the insulted and the injured.” —Roger Keys, University of St. Andrews

In a dilapidated and isolated old house, something peculiar seems to happen whenever the town’s bestial exterminator visits. On a seemingly bucolic country estate, the head of the household is a living corpse obsessed with other corpses. An adolescent boy who passes his days in private dream worlds experiences a sexual awakening spurred by his family’s scandalous tenant. In these and other startling stories, the modernist writer Alexei Remizov offers a panorama of Russian mythology, the supernatural, rural grotesques, and profound religious faith in fiery revolutionary settings.

Alexei Remizov was one of the greatest writers of the Russian symbolist movement of the early twentieth century. In the thirteen stories collected in this volume, Remizov’s exceptional stylistic achievements are on full display. Drawing equally on rural colloquial speech, the language of Russian fairy tales, and the customs of the Old Believers and Russian Orthodoxy, they transport the reader into a mysterious world in between uncanny folktales and encroaching modernity. The Little Devil and Other Stories includes works from across Remizov’s career, encompassing his thematic preoccupations and stylistic experimentation. Antonina W. Bouis’s translation captures Remizov’s many registers to offer English-language readers a sampling of a remarkable Russian writer. ALEXEI REMIZOV

(1877–1957) was a Russian novelist and short-story

writer known for his distinctive style inspired by medieval Russian tales. After leaving the Soviet Union in the early 1920s, he spent most of the rest of his life in Paris. His works translated into English include Sisters of the Cross (Columbia, 2017). $16.95t / £13.99 paper 978-0-231-18381-9 $40.00* / £30.00 cloth 978-0-231-18380-2 $15.99t / £12.99 e-book 978-0-231-54516-7 F E B R U A R Y   320 pages / 5.5" x 8.5" F I C T I O N I N T R A N S L AT I O N R U S S I A N L I B R A RY

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ANTONINA W. BOUIS , called “one of the best translators at work

today” by the Wall Street Journal, has translated over eighty works of Russian literature, including The Suitcase by Sergei Dovlatov (2011) and The Goose Fritz by Sergei Lebedev (2019).


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City Folk and Country Folk

Sentimental Tales MIKHAIL ZOSHCHENKO

SOFIA KHVOSHCHINSKAYA Translated by Nora Seligman

Translated by Boris Dralyuk “The only thing harder than

Favorov

cracking jokes may be translating

“This rambunctious novel . . . will,

them. Perhaps this is why Mikhail

it is to be hoped, form part of

Zoshchenko remains a lesser-

a reconfiguration of Russian

known Russian writer among

literature to include major minor

English-language readers, despite

writers, many of them women.”

being one of the Soviet Union’s most beloved humorists, a satirist

—Times Literary Supplement

in the best traditions of Gogol.

“This consistently delightful satire

Boris Dralyuk’s translation of

will introduce readers to a funnier,

Sentimental Tales, a collection

more female-centric slant on

of Zoshchenko’s stories from the

Russian literature than they may

1920s, is a delight that brings the

have previously encountered.”

author’s wit to life.”

—Publishers Weekly (starred review)

—The Economist

“A book that would make Gogol

“Favorov’s excellent translation of City Folk and Country Folk

guffaw.”

introduces the novel to a much

—Kirkus Reviews

broader English-speaking “Dralyuk is to be commended for a

readership. It is a major step

The Man Who Couldn’t Die

The Tale of an Authentic Human Being OLGA SLAVNIKOVA Translated by Marian Schwartz

“Rather than celebrate the crumbling of walls, Slavnikova’s novel shows us all the Lenin statues still in place. It portrays a culture chained to old realities, unable to establish a new understanding of itself. This is a funhouse mirror worth looking into, especially in today’s United States with its alternative facts, unpoetic assertions, and morbid relationship with the past.” —Los Angeles Review of Books

“The Man Who Couldn’t Die, lucidly translated by Marian Schwartz, will resound with American readers. Bristling with voter fraud, fake

toward telling the untold story of

jaunty translation that keeps pace

these remarkable Russian sisters.”

with the author’s whimsical self-

news, and the cozy top-and-tail

amusement, tickling the reader in

of media moguls and politicians,

turn.”

Slavnikova’s book is fluent in new

—Los Angeles Review of Books

—Times Literary Supplement

language of the damaged reality principle.” —The Baffler

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The Best American Magazine Writing 2019

EDITED BY SID HOLT FOR THE AMERICAN

SOCIETY OF MAGAZINE EDITORS

SELECTIONS FROM:

Atlantic California Sunday Magazine Marshall Project McSweeney’s National Geographic New York Times Magazine New Yorker Politico ProPublica Smithsonian Vice Virginia Quarterly Review

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This year’s National Magazine Awards finalists and winners include outstanding writing that addresses urgent topics such as justice, gender, power, and violence. Personal pieces explore the toll of mass incarceration, including Reginald Dwayne Betts’s “Getting Out” (New York Times Magazine) and Robert Wright’s “Getting Out of Prison Meant Leaving Dear Friends Behind” (Marshall Project with Vice). In the Atlantic and the New Yorker, writers and critics examine prominent political figures: Franklin Foer explores Paul Manafort’s career of corruption; Jill Lepore considers the emergence of Ruth Bader Ginsburg; and Caitlin Flanagan and Doreen St. Félix reflect on Kavanaugh and #MeToo. The anthology features remarkable reporting, including the story of a teenager who tried to get out of MS-13, only to face deportation (ProPublica); an account of the genocide against the Rohingya in Myanmar (Politico); and a sweeping California Sunday Magazine profile of an almond and pistachio agribusiness empire. Journalists explore the tendrils of environmental damage, from invasive lionfish (Smithsonian) to the omnipresence of plastic (National Geographic). A pair of never-before-published conversations illuminates the state of the American magazine: New Yorker writer Ben Taub speaks to Eric Sullivan of Esquire about pursuing a career as a reporter, alongside his piece investigating how the Iraqi state is fueling a resurgence of ISIS. And Karolina Waclawiak of BuzzFeed News interviews McSweeney’s editor Claire Boyle about challenges and opportunities for fiction at small magazines. The collection concludes with a McSweeney’s story by Lesley Nneka Arimah, a magical-realist tale charged with feminist allegory. SID HOLT

is chief executive of the American Society of Magazine Edi-

tors and a former editor at Rolling Stone and Adweek magazines. was the editor in chief of New York magazine for fifteen

JOURNALISM

ADAM MOSS

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Seeing Ourselves

Reclaiming Humanity from God and Science RAYMOND TALLIS AN U NF ET T ER ED INQ U I RY I N TO O U R S E LV E S , T H E WOR L D, AND T H E UN I V E R S E

In Seeing Ourselves, the philosopher and neuroscientist Raymond Tallis brings together the preoccupations of some fifty years of writing and thinking about the overwhelming mystery of ordinary human life. He goes in search of what kind of beings we are and where we might find meaning in our lives. If, asks Tallis, we reject the belief that we are pure spirits temporarily lodged in bodies, what should we put in its place? How do we ensure, if we accept the death of God, that something within us does not also die? And if we are simply organisms shaped by the forces of evolution, where shall we find meaning sufficiently profound to withstand the knowledge of our own mortality? Showcasing a remarkably detailed engagement with a huge range of disciplines, Tallis examines our relationship to our own bodies, to time, our selfhood, and our agency and shows the unique nature of human consciousness. He addresses what is unresolved in the human condition—our hunger for a coherent life, inwardly lit by a sense of purpose and meaning—and the search for something that matches the profundity of religion. He shows that it is the actuality of human transcendence and the needs it awakens that must be the bridge across the divide between believers and nonbelievers. Behind the philosophical arguments is a feeling of wonder and gratitude for the mystery of the most commonplace manifestations of our humanity. RAYMOND TALLIS

Praise for Raymond Tallis’s Of Time and Lamentation “An absorbing book that will reward the patient reader with a deeper insight into the problem of time.” —Wall Street Journal

“[Tallis’s] view of the nature and purpose of philosophy is both insightful and beautifully expressed.” —Times Literary Supplement

was professor of geriatric

medicine at the University of Manchester before retiring from medicine in 2006 to become a full-time writer. His books include Of Time and Lamentation: Reflections on Transience (Agenda, 2017) and Logos: The Mystery of How We Make Sense of the World (Agenda, 2018). The Economist lists him as one of the world’s leading polymaths.

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Non-Consensus Investing

Being Right When Everyone Else Is Wrong RUPAL J. BHANSALI AN U NCONV ENT IONA L A PPR OACH TO VA LU E I N V E STI N G

At a time when many proclaim the death of active investing, Rupal J. Bhansali, global contrarian, makes a call for its renaissance. Non-consensus thinking has resulted in breakthrough successes in science, sports, and Silicon Valley. Bhansali shows how to apply it to the world of investing to improve one’s odds of achieving above-average returns with below-average risks. Her upside-down investment approach focuses on avoiding losers instead of picking the winners, asking the right questions instead of knowing the right answers, and scoring upset victories to achieve the greatest bang for one’s research buck.

Through a series of counterintuitive concepts and contemporary case studies from her firsthand experience around the globe, Bhansali describes how to perform differentiated fundamental research to uncover mispriced stocks. She candidly shares her failures and mistakes as well as her successes and triumphs. She also weaves in her personal journey, recounting how she overcame the odds to succeed in a male-dominated profession and offering advice on breaking the glass ceiling. Non-Consensus Investing is a must-read for anyone with a desire to crack the code of investing—analysts and amateurs, fiduciaries and financial advisors, aspiring and practicing money managers, as well as students or investment enthusiasts. RUPAL J. BHANSALI

is chief investment officer

“In Non-Consensus Investing, Rupal J. Bhansali provides not only valuable technical insights from her extensive career and methodology of applying active investing principles but also personal guidance for young women aiming to pursue professions in finance. The combination of addressing the myths and hurdles for young women considering finance and her own personal story of overcoming them is very powerful.” —Amanda Pullinger, chief executive officer, 100 Women in Finance, www.100women.org

and portfolio manager of international and global equity strategies for Ariel Investments. She has worked at leading firms, such as Soros Fund Management, Oppenheimer Capital, and MacKay Shields. She has been recognized by Forbes and Barron’s as a leading figure in value investing and is a frequent guest on Bloomberg, CNBC, and Fox Business.

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The Art of Ideas

Creative Thinking for Work and Life WILLIAM DUGGAN AND AMY MURPHY A CR E ATI VE I N TUI TI O N A P P ROAC H TO C RA FTI N G I DEAS

Great ideas don’t just happen. Innovation springs from creative thinking—a method of the human mind that we can study and learn. In The Art of Ideas, William Duggan and Amy Murphy bring together business concepts with stories of creativity in art, politics, and history to provide a visual and accessible guide to the art and science of new and useful ideas.

In chapters accompanied by charming and inviting illustrations, Duggan and Murphy detail how to spark your own ideas and what to do while waiting for inspiration to strike. They show that regardless of the field, innovations happen in the same way: examples from history, presence of mind, creative combination, and resolution to action. The Art of Ideas features case studies and exercises that explain how to break down problems, search for precedents, and creatively combine past models to form new ideas. It showcases how Picasso developed his painting style, how Gandhi became the man we know today, and how Netflix came to disrupt the movie-rental business. Lavishly illustrated in an appealing artistic style, The Art of Ideas helps readers unlock the secret to creativity in business and in life.

“Coming up with ideas is often treated like an ancient religious ceremony: a mysterious process based more on hope than science. Duggan and Murphy effectively debunk the myths around creativity with an accessible, thoughtful, and enjoyable guide to how anyone can come up with novel ideas to solve their most pressing challenges. They show how diverse thinkers, like Pablo Picasso, Mohandas Gandhi, and

groundbreaking ideas and present practical exercises to help readers cultivate this same ability.”

is on the faculty of Columbia

Business School, where he teaches the art of © L AU R A DA BA L SA

Reed Hastings, came up with their

WILLIAM DUGGAN

—David Dabscheck, CEO, GIANT Innovation

ideas in graduate and executive courses. His previous Columbia University Press books include Strategic Intuition: The Creative Spark in Human Achievement (2007); Creative Strategy: A Guide for Innovation (2012); and The Seventh Sense: How Flashes of Insight Change Your Life (2017). AMY MURPHY

is a director at Strategy&, part of

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the PwC network, where she advises business clients around the world on innovation, strategy, and creativity. She teaches at Columbia Business School Executive Education and is a licensed architect in the state of New York.


Margin of Trust

The Berkshire Business Model LAWRENCE A. CUNNINGHAM AND STEPHANIE CUBA KE Y M ANAGEM ENT A N D L E A D E R S H I P TA K E AWAYS FROM T H E B ER KS H IR E - BU FFET T M O D E L

Warren Buffett and his company, Berkshire Hathaway, are legendary for their distinctive investing approach. Yet many equally unconventional but less well known aspects of Berkshire’s managerial practices and organizational structure are rich with lessons for those seeking to follow in Buffett’s footsteps. Margin of Trust is the first book to distill Buffett’s approach to management and corporate life. It provides a definitive analysis of the tenets of the Berkshire system, its costs and benefits, and how it can be adapted for other organizations.

Lawrence A. Cunningham and Stephanie Cuba develop a new account of how Berkshire Hathaway works, showing that the key to its success is trust. Profiling partnership practices and business methods, they contend that Berkshire’s distinguishing feature is a culture in which autonomy and decentralization are core management principles. Cunningham and Cuba provide instructive examples of how this model has been successfully adapted by other companies that share a faith in trust as an organizing principle. They also offer candid commentary on the risks of a trust-based approach and how to mitigate them. Margin of Trust features an illuminating analysis of Buffett’s take on the role trust plays in business agreements, what Buffett looks for in corporate boards, and what lies ahead for Berkshire after its iconic leader leaves the scene. LAWRENCE A. CUNNINGHAM

“To truly understand Warren Buffett’s conglomerate, one needs to look beyond the extraordinary numbers and absorb the unique culture of Berkshire Hathaway. Every Berkshire shareholder—or investor of any other company, for that matter—should read Margin of Trust to better understand what makes a sustainable corporate culture and, therefore, superior investment that’s built to last multiple generations.” —Robert P. Miles, executive in residence, University of Nebraska at Omaha, College of Business Administration, Executive MBA Program, Genius of Warren Buffett Course

and STEPHANIE CUBA are authors, in-

vestors, consultants, and board members. Their previous work includes The Warren Buffett Shareholder: Stories from Inside the Berkshire Hathaway Annual Meeting (2017). Cunningham, editor and publisher since 1997 of The Essays of Warren Buffett: Lessons for Corporate America, is the Henry St. George Tucker III Research Professor at George Washington University and author of Berkshire Beyond Buffett: The

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Enduring Value of Values (Columbia, 2014). Cuba is president of CC

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Driving Innovation from Within

A Guide for Internal Entrepreneurs KAIHAN KRIPPENDORFF

R ET H IN K I N G HOW I N N OVATI O N HA P P EN S—A N D G U I D IN G I T FRO M THE I N SI DE O F A CO RP O RATI O N

Conventional business wisdom tells us that entrepreneurs are society’s main source of innovation. Young founders leave college with a big idea, get to work in a garage, and build something that changes the world. Typical corporate employees, strangled by slow-moving bureaucracy, are blocked from making transformative discoveries.

“Driving Innovation from Within shines a light on those entrepreneurial spirits who take action to reshape methodology and buck trends within their organizations. In an era of business where disruption is the name of the game, this book provides a guide for employees to effect the same changes that startups do.” —Verne Harnish, founder of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization and author of Scaling Up (Rockefeller Habits 2.0)

The strategist and advisor Kaihan Krippendorff disproves one of today’s biggest business myths to highlight lessons for innovators and leaders. He reveals how many of the modern world’s most impactful creations were invented by passionate employee-innovators. If it were left up to go-italone entrepreneurs, we would not have mobile phones, personal computers, or e-mail. Distilling more than 150 interviews with internal innovators and leading experts along with insights from the latest research and today’s most successful companies, from Tencent and Amazon to Mastercard and Starbucks, Krippendorff lays out a step-by-step playbook to unlock innovation from the inside. He maps the barriers that frustrate efforts to disrupt from within and provides tools to remove them, detailing how visionary leaders can create islands of freedom inside an organization to activate existing employees’ potential and beat startups at their own game. Driving Innovation from Within is a practical and inspiring guide to leadership from all levels for those who want the fulfillment of changing the world without leaving their job in order to do it. KAIHAN KRIPPENDORFF

is the founder of

Outthinker and the Outthinker Network, a global community of corporate strategy leaders. He is a professional speaker and the author of Outthink

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other business strategy books. A former McKinsey consultant, he is a strategic advisor to numerous leading corporations.


Risk, Choice, and Uncertainty

Three Centuries of Economic Decision-Making GEORGE G. SZPIRO THE H ISTORY OF H OW E CO N O M I CS H AS U N D E R STO O D DE CIS ION- M AK ING

At its core, economics is about making decisions. In the history of economic thought, great intellectual prowess has been exerted toward devising exquisite theories of optimal decision-making in situations of constraint, risk, and scarcity. Yet not all of our choices are purely logical, and so there is a longstanding tension between those emphasizing the rational and irrational sides of human behavior. One strand develops formal models of rational utility maximizing while the other draws on what behavioral science has shown about our tendency to act irrationally.

In Risk, Choice, and Uncertainty, George G. Szpiro 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. Szpiro examines economics from the early days of theories spun from anecdotal evidence to the rise of a discipline built around elegant mathematics through the past half century’s interest in describing how people actually behave. Considering the work of Locke, Bentham, Jevons, Walras, Friedman, Tversky and Kahneman, Thaler, and a range of other thinkers, he sheds light on the vast scope of discovery since Bernoulli first proposed a solution to the St. Petersburg Paradox. Presenting fundamental mathematical theories in easy-to-understand language, Risk, Choice, and Uncertainty is a revelatory history for readers seeking to grasp the grand sweep of economic thought. GEORGE G. SZPIRO

“A remarkably readable, nonmathematical account of the theory of choice between risky alternatives.” —Harry Markowitz, winner of the 1990 Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences

“Szpiro’s sweeping historical tour de force on this topic entertains, informs, and delights.” —Bernhard von Stengel, London School of Economics and Political Science

is an award-winning author and journalist. A

longtime correspondent for the Swiss daily Neue Zürcher Zeitung, his many books include Numbers Rule: The Vexing Mathematics of Democracy (2010) and Pricing the Future: Finance, Physics, and the 300-Year Journey to the Black-Scholes Equation (2011).

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Manufacturing Decline

How Racism and the Conservative Movement Crush the American Rust Belt JASON HACKWORTH T H E SELF- FULFI LLI N G P RO P HECY O F THE “ T R O U B LED I N N ER C I TY”

For decades, the distressed cities of the Rust Belt have been symbols of deindustrialization and postindustrial decay. The debate about why the fortunes of cities such as Detroit have fallen looms large over questions of social policy. Jason Hackworth offers a powerful critique of the role of Rust Belt cities in American political discourse, arguing that antigovernment conservatives capitalized on—and perpetuated—these cities’ misfortunes by stoking racial resentment.

Hackworth traces how the conservative movement has used the imagery and ideas of urban decline since the 1970s. Through a comparative study of shrinking Rust Belt cities, he argues that the rhetoric of the troubled “inner city” has served as a proxy for other social conflicts around race and class. In particular, conservatives have used images of urban decay to craft “dog-whistle” messages to racially resentful whites, garnering votes for the Republican Party and helping justify limits on local autonomy in distressed cities. The othering of predominantly black industrial cities has served as the basis for disinvestment and deprivation that exacerbated the flight of people and capital. Decline, Hackworth contends, was manufactured both literally and rhetorically in an effort to advance austerity and punitive policies. Weaving together analyses of urban policy, movement conservatism, and market fundamentalism, Manufacturing Decline highlights the central role of racial reaction in creating the problems American cities still face.

“Manufacturing Decline is a sobering yet essential read for anyone who is interested in the fate of America’s inner cities. This recovery of the politics behind—and, indeed, that created—the devastating decline of key cities such as Detroit is deeply unsettling but ultimately uplifting. As Jason Hackworth makes clear, just as America’s inner cities can be deliberately unmade to serve the political agenda of conservatives, so might they be remade in ways that could actually benefit all citizens equally.” —Heather Ann Thompson, Pulitzer Prize–winning author of Blood in the Water: The Attica Prison Uprising of 1971 and Its Legacy

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ment of Geography and Planning at the University of Toronto. He is the author of The Neoliberal City: Governance, Ideology, and Development in American Urbanism (2007) and Faith Based: Religious Neoliberalism and the Politics of Welfare in the United States (2012).


The First Political Order How Sex Shapes Governance and National Security Worldwide

VALERIE M. HUDSON, DONNA LEE BOWEN, AND PERPETUA LYNNE NIELSEN A DATA- D R IV EN EXPLO R AT I O N O F M A L E S U PR E M ACY— AND H OW TO D IS M A N T L E I T

How does the relationship between men and women shape the wider political order? 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.

Incorporating research findings spanning a variety of social science disciplines and comprehensive empirical data detailing the status of women around the globe, the book shows that a society’s choice to subjugate women has significant negative consequences. Yet despite the pervasive power of social and political structures that subordinate women, history and the data reveal possibilities for progress. The First Political Order shows that when steps are taken to reduce the hold of inequitable laws, customs, and practices, outcomes for all improve. It explains what the international community can do now to promote more equitable relations between men and women and, thereby, security and peace. With comprehensive empirical evidence of the wide-ranging harm of subjugating women, it is an important book for security scholars, social scientists, policy makers, historians, and advocates for women worldwide. VALERIE M. HUDSON

is professor and George H. W. Bush Chair in the

“The First Political Order offers the strongest possible proof that male control of reproduction—and the violence necessary to control women’s bodies—is the first step in normalizing violence and hierarchy in every society. From now on, there will be no more separating questions of politics and peace from the treatment of the females. Those days are over. Thanks to Hudson and her team of global researchers, we have a long, practical, intimate way of diminishing violence and increasing democracy.” —Gloria Steinem

Department of International Affairs of the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University, where she directs the Program on Women, Peace, and Security. She is a coauthor of Sex and World Peace (Columbia, 2012) and The Hillary Doctrine: Sex and American Foreign Policy (Columbia, 2015), among others. DONNA LEE BOWEN

is professor of political science at Brigham Young

University. Her publications include Everyday Life in the Muslim Middle East (third edition, 2014). PERPETUA LYNNE NIELSEN

is associate teaching professor of

statistics at Brigham Young University.

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V. S. Naipaul’s Journeys From Periphery to Center SANJAY KRISHNAN A PR OVO CATI VE REASSESSMEN T O F THE CO N T ROVERSI A L N O B EL P RI Z E–WI N N I N G AUTHO R

The author of more than thirty books and winner of the Nobel Prize in Literature, V. S. Naipaul (1932–2018) is one of the most acclaimed authors of the twentieth century. He is also one of the most controversial. Naipaul grew up in Trinidad in an Indian immigrant community, and his depiction of colonized peoples has often been harshly judged by postcolonial critics as unsympathetic, misguided, racist, and sexist. Yet other readers praise his work as containing uncommonly perceptive historical and psychological insight. “Drawing heavily on archival materials made available only recently, V. S. Naipaul’s Journeys offers a defense and rereading of Naipaul by substantially reframing the objectives of his writing. Naipaul’s work is unlike that of other postcolonial writers, contends Krishnan, in avoiding both easy position taking and the consolations of identity. Accessing Naipaul’s ‘ways of seeing,’ Krishnan gives us a new, self-subverting Naipaul for the twenty-first century.” —Timothy Bewes, author of The Event of Postcolonial Shame

In V. S. Naipaul’s Journeys, Sanjay Krishnan rereads Naipaul’s work to offer new perspectives on his achievements, shortcomings, trajectory, and complicated legacy. While recognizing the flaws and prejudices that shaped and limited Naipaul’s life and art, this book challenges the binaries that have restricted discussions of his writing. Krishnan reads Naipaul as self-subverting and self-critical, engaged in describing his own implication in what he saw as the malaise of the postcolonial world. Krishnan brings together close readings of major novels with considerations of Naipaul’s work as a united project, as well as nuanced assessments of Naipaul’s political commentary on ethnic nationalism and religious fundamentalism. Krishnan provides a Naipaul for contemporary times, illuminating how his life and work shed light on debates regarding migration, diversity, sectarianism, displacement, and other global challenges. SANJAY KRISHNAN

is associate professor of English at Boston Univer-

sity. He is the author of Reading the Global: Troubling Perspectives on Britain’s Empire in Asia (Columbia, 2007).

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Inventing Tomorrow

H. G. Wells and the Twentieth Century SARAH COLE HOW H . G. WEL L S S H A PE D T H E I M AG I N AT I O N O F T H E MODER N WOR L D

H. G. Wells played a central role in defining the intellectual, political, and literary character of a century. A prolific literary innovator, he coined such concepts as “time machine,” “war of the worlds,” and “atomic bomb,” exerting vast influence on popular ideas of time and futurity, progress and decline, and humanity’s place in the cosmos. Wells was a public intellectual with a worldwide readership. He met with world leaders, including Roosevelt, Lenin, Stalin, and Churchill, and his books were international best-sellers. Yet critics and scholars have largely forgotten his accomplishments or relegated them to genre fiction.

Sarah Cole provides a definitive account of Wells’s work and ideas. She contends that Wells casts new light on modernism and its values: on topics from warfare to science to time, his work resonates both thematically and aesthetically with some of the most ambitious modernists. At the same time, unlike many modernists, Wells believed that literature had a pressing place in public life, and his works reached a wide range of readers. While recognizing Wells’s shortcomings, Cole offers a new account of his distinctive style as well as his interventions into social and political thought. She illuminates how Wells embodies twentieth-century literature at its most expansive and engaged. An ambitious rethinking of Wells as both writer and thinker, Inventing Tomorrow suggests that he offers a timely model for literature’s moral responsibility to imagine a better global future. SARAH COLE

is Parr Professor of English and

“Sarah Cole transforms our view of H. G. Wells, not only seeing him as a pivotal figure in his own world but also, with subtlety and conviction, connecting him with his modernist contemporaries. Wells emerges in this detailed, cogent, and incisive study as a complex and fascinating thinker filled with contradictions, combining moral force with artistic restlessness. He was headstrong, engaged, combative, innovative, industrious, fearless, and prophetic. Inventing Tomorrow does justice to his vast range of work while emphasizing how Wells must be placed at the core of any consideration of intellectual life in the early twentieth century.” —Colm Tóibín, author of Brooklyn: A Novel

Comparative Literature and dean of humanities at Columbia University. She is the author of Modernism, Male Friendship, and the First World War (2003) and At the Violet Hour: Modernism and Violence in England and Ireland (2012).

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The Self-Help Compulsion

Searching for Advice in Modern Literature BETH BLUM T H E I N TERTWI N ED HI STO RI ES O F SELF- HELP A N D THE N OVEL

Samuel Beckett as a guru for business executives? James Joyce as a guide to living a good life? The notion of notoriously experimental authors sharing a shelf with self-help books might seem far-fetched, yet a hidden history of rivalry, influence, and imitation links these two worlds. The Self-Help Compulsion reveals the profound entanglement of modern literature and commercial advice from the late nineteenth century to the present day.

“Beth Blum has opened our eyes to a fascinating area: the intersection between self-help and serious literature. Blum is deeply unusual among scholars in appreciating the extent to which ordinary readers seek solace and insight in literature— and she explores the consequences of this idea in a series of readings of important and interesting writers. This book is sure to deepen our understanding of a genre of literature that has perhaps been too hastily dismissed in the past.” —Alain de Botton, author of How Proust Can Change Your Life

Beth Blum explores popular reading practices in which people turn to literature in search of practical advice alongside modern writers’ rebukes of such instrumental purposes. As literary authors positioned themselves in opposition to people like Samuel Smiles and Dale Carnegie, readers turned to self-help for the promises of mobility, agency, and use that serious literature was reluctant to supply. Blum unearths a series of unlikely cases of the lovehate relationship between serious fiction and commercial advice, from Gustave Flaubert’s mockery of early DIY culture to Dear Abby’s cutting diagnoses of Nathanael West and from Virginia Woolf ’s ambivalent polemics against self-improvement to the ways that contemporary global authors such as Mohsin Hamid and Tash Aw explicitly draw on the self-help genre. She also considers what self-help might have to teach today’s university. Offering a new account of self-help’s origins, appeal, and cultural and literary import around the world, this book reveals that self-help’s most valuable secrets are not about getting rich or winning friends but about how and why people read. BETH BLUM

is assistant professor of English at

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The Ferrante Letters

An Experiment in Collective Criticism SARAH CHIHAYA, MERVE EMRE, KATHERINE HILL, AND JILL RICHARDS AN I NNOVAT IV E GR O U P R E A D I N G O F T H E NE A P OL ITAN NOV EL S

Like few other works of contemporary literature, Elena Ferrante’s Neapolitan novels found an audience of passionate and engaged readers around the world. Inspired by Ferrante’s intense depiction of female friendship and women’s intellectual lives, four critics embarked upon a project that was both work and play: to create a series of epistolary readings of the Neapolitan Quartet that also develops new ways of reading and thinking together.

In a series of intertwined, original, and daring readings of Ferrante’s work and her fictional world, Sarah Chihaya, Merve Emre, Katherine Hill, and Jill Richards strike a tone at once critical and personal, achieving a way of talking about literature that falls between the seminar and the book club. Their letters make visible the slow, fractured, and creative accretion of ideas that underwrites all literary criticism and also illuminate the authors’ lives outside the academy. The Ferrante Letters offers an improvisational, collaborative, and cumulative model for reading and writing with others, proposing a new method the authors call collective criticism. A book for fans of Ferrante and for literary scholars seeking fresh modes of intellectual exchange, The Ferrante Letters offers incisive criticism, insouciant riffs, and the pleasure of giving oneself over to an extended conversation about fiction with friends. SARAH CHIHAYA

“The Ferrante Letters is a smart, beautiful, often moving meditation on the experience of reading the Neapolitan Quartet. This collection of letters and essays deftly manages that tricky balance of the creative, the critical, and the personal. A magnificent accomplishment.” —Namwali Serpell, author of The Old Drift: A Novel

is assistant professor of English at Princeton

University. MERVE EMRE

is associate professor of English at the University of

Oxford. Her most recent book is The Personality Brokers: The Strange History of Myers-Briggs and the Birth of Personality Testing (2018). KATHERINE HILL

is assistant professor of English at Adelphi University

and the author of the novel The Violet Hour (2013). JILL RICHARDS

is assistant professor of English and affiliated faculty in

Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Yale University.

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Voices from the Chinese Century Public Intellectual Debate from Contemporary China

TIMOTHY CHEEK, DAVID OWNBY, AND JOSHUA A. FOGEL, EDITORS CH I N E SE P UB LI C I N TELLEC TUA LS O N THE MA J O R I SS U E S FAC I N G C HI N A A N D THE WO RLD

China’s increasing prominence on the global stage has caused consternation and controversy among Western thinkers. But what do Chinese intellectuals have to say about their country’s newfound influence and power? Voices from the Chinese Century brings together a selection of essays from representative leading thinkers that offer an entryway into public debate on fundamental questions of China and the world—past, present, and future.

“Voices from China’s Century is an immensely important and incredibly timely book, broadly relevant beyond the field of China studies. The translations are exemplary; these translators have pulled it off beautifully.” —Aminda Smith, Michigan State University

“This is a necessary book introducing us to key ideas for the future of Chinese politics and society. Many of the voices translated in this volume not only affect the debates going on in China today but will influence what issues the Chinese consider important tomorrow.” —Peter Zarrow, University of Connecticut

The voices in this volume include figures from each of China’s main intellectual clusters: liberals, the New Left, and New Confucians. In genres from scholarly analysis to social media posts, often using party-approved language that hides indirect criticism, these essayists offer a wide range of perspectives. They explore questions such as the relationship of political and economic reforms; the distinctiveness of China’s history and what to take from its traditions; what can or should be learned from the West; and how China fits into today’s eruption of challenges to the global order. The fifteen original translations in this volume not only offer insight into contemporary China but also prompt us to ask what Chinese intellectuals might have to teach Europe and North America about the world’s most pressing problems. TIMOTHY CHEEK

is professor of history at the University of British

Columbia. His most recent book is The Intellectual in Modern Chinese History (2015). DAVID OWNBY

is professor of Chinese history at the University of

Montréal. He is the editor and translator of Xu Jilin’s Rethinking China’s Rise: A Liberal Critique (2018), among other works. $30.00* / £24.00 paper 978-0-231-19523-2 $90.00 / £70.00 cloth  978-0-231-19522-5 $29.99 / £24.00 e-book 978-0-231-55125-0 N O V E M B E R 352 pages / 6.125" x 9.25" ASIAN STUDIES

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Studies at York University. His many books include Maiden Voyage: The Senzaimaru and the Creation of Modern Sino-Japanese Relations (2014).


Ambitious and Anxious

How Chinese College Students Succeed and Struggle in American Higher Education YINGYI MA U N D ER STAND ING T H E CO M PL I CAT E D E X PE R I E N C E O F CHI N ES E ST UD ENTS I N U. S . U N I V E R S I T I E S

Over the past decade, a wave of Chinese international undergraduate students—mostly self-funded—has swept across American higher education. From 2005 to 2015, undergraduate enrollment from China rose from under 10,000 to over 135,000. How do these students come to study in the United States? What does this experience mean to them? What does American higher education need to know and do in order to continue attracting these students and to provide sufficient support for them?

In Ambitious and Anxious, the sociologist Yingyi Ma offers a multifaceted analysis of this new influx of Chinese students based on research in both Chinese high schools and American higher-education institutions. Ma argues that their experiences embody the duality of ambition and anxiety that arises from transformative social changes in China. These students and their families have the ambition to navigate two different educational systems and societies. Yet the intricacy and pressure of these systems generates a great deal of anxiety, from applying to colleges before arriving to looking ahead upon graduation. Throughout the book, Ma sheds light on the role of class in the experiences of this relatively privileged population. Ambitious and Anxious also considers policy implications for American colleges and universities, including recruitment, student experiences, faculty support, and career services. YINGYI MA

“The number of Chinese undergraduates in American universities has grown dramatically over the past two decades, but we know little about them. If you’re interested in how these students make their way in what can often be a chilly American educational and social environment, you should really read this book.” —Syed Ali, Long Island University–Brooklyn

is an associate professor of sociology

and senior research associate in the Center for Policy Research at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University, where she is also director of the Asian/Asian American Studies Program. She is the coeditor of Understanding International Students from Asia in American Universities: Learning and Living

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Globalization (2017).

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Nature and Value

AKEEL BILGRAMI, EDITOR R E CON SI DERI N G ETHI C S FO R HUMA N RELATI O N S WI TH T H E NATURA L WO RLD

Today, as we confront an unprecedented environmental crisis of our own making, it is more urgent than ever to consider the notion of nature and our place within it. This book brings together essays that individually and as a whole present a detailed and rigorous multidisciplinary exploration of the concept of nature and its wider ethical and political implications.

“Nature and Value accomplishes something inestimably important by demonstrating how it is possible to juxtapose writings by scholars from a vast array of different disciplines and generate a conversation about climate change that is at once coherent and dynamic.” —Paul Apostolidis, London School of Economics and Political Science

Nature and Value features widely known scholars in a broad swath of disciplines, ranging from philosophy, politics, and political economy to geology, law, literature, and psychology. They take up a broad range of questions regarding the relations between the human subject and its natural environment: when and how the concept of nature gave way to the concept of natural resources; the genealogy of the concept of nature through political economy, theology, and modern science; the idea of the Anthropocene; the prospects for green growth; and the deep alienation of human beings in the modern period from both nature and each other. By engaging with a wide range of scholarship, they ultimately converge on a common outlook that is both capacious and original. The essays together present a revaluation of the natural world that seeks to reshape political and ethical ideals and practice with a view to addressing some of the fundamental concerns of our time. Contributors include Jonathan Schell, David Bromwich, James Tully, Jedediah Purdy, Robert Pollin, Jan Zalasiewicz, Carol Rovane, Sanjay Reddy, Joanna Picciotto, Anthony Laden, Nikolas Kompridis, Bina Gogineni, Kyle Nichols, and the editor, Akeel Bilgrami.

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AKEEL BILGRAMI

is the Sidney Morgenbesser Professor of Philosophy

and a professor on the Committee on Global Thought at Columbia University. His Columbia University Press books include Who’s Afraid of Academic Freedom? (2014) and Beyond the Secular West (2016).


I Am the People

Reflections on Popular Sovereignty Today PARTHA CHATTERJEE ON TH E OR IGINS OF T H E PO PU L I S M SW E E PI N G ACR OSS TH E WOR L D TODAY

The forms of liberal government that emerged after World War II are in the midst of a profound crisis. In I Am the People, Partha Chatterjee reconsiders the concept of popular sovereignty in order to explain today’s dramatic outburst of movements claiming to speak for “the people.”

To uncover the roots of populism, Chatterjee traces the twentieth-century trajectory of the welfare state and neoliberal reforms. Through ideals of popular sovereignty and the emotional appeal of nationalism, anticolonial movements ushered in a world of nation-states while liberal democracies in Europe guaranteed social rights to their citizens. But as neoliberal techniques shrank the scope of government, politics gave way to technical administration by experts. Once the state could no longer claim an emotional bond with the people, the ruling bloc lost the consent of the governed. To fill the void, a proliferation of populist leaders have mobilized disaffected groups into a battle that they define as the authentic people against entrenched oligarchy.

Once politics enters a spiral of competitive populism, Chatterjee cautions, there is no easy return to pristine liberalism. Only a counter-hegemonic social force that challenges global capital and facilitates the equal participation of all peoples in democratic governance can achieve significant transformation. I Am the People is a sweeping, theoretically rich account of the origins of today’s tempests.

© TA PA N PA U L

PARTHA CHATTERJEE

is a professor of anthro-

“Partha Chatterjee’s scintillating intervention is essential reading for a global constituency that is being encouraged, by journalists and polemicists alike, to understand populism, racism, and xenophobia through facile, divisive polarizations—the elites vs. the masses; globalization vs. the nationstate; tribalism vs. democracy. He is able to engage with the ideological ambiguities, political contingencies, and democratic antagonisms of our age while providing a constructive compass on where we are today and what is to be done.” —Homi Bhabha, Anne F. Rothenberg

pology and of Middle Eastern, South Asian, and

Professor of the Humanities, Harvard

African Studies at Columbia University. He is the

University

author of more than twenty books, including The Politics of the Governed: Reflections on Popular Politics in Most of the World (Columbia, 2004) and The Black Hole of Empire: History of a Global Practice of Power (2012).

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Beef, Brahmins, and Broken Men

An Annotated Critical Selection from “The Untouchables” B. R. AMBEDKAR Edited by Alex George and S. Anand Introduction by Kancha Ilaiah Shepherd

R E V E ALI N G THE RELEVA N C E O F A MB EDKA R’ S C LASSI C WO R K O N UN TO UC HA B LES

“B. R. Ambedkar rewrote the history of untouchability as the practice of social outcasting and historical violence that followed the defeat of Buddhism in ancient India, and by so doing he prioritized the social suffering and ongoing stigmatization of the Dalits, the Broken Men. This extensively annotated, critical selection is a potent reminder of the audaciousness of Ambedkar’s method and the insurrectionary power of his writings for our political present.” —Anupama Rao, author of The Caste Question: Dalits and Politics in Modern India

One of twentieth-century India’s great polymaths, statesmen, and militant philosophers of equality, 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.

Ambedkar offers a deductive and, at times, speculative history to propose a genealogy of Untouchability. He contends that modern-day Dalits are descendants of those Buddhists who were fenced out of caste society and rendered Untouchable by a resurgent Brahminism since the fourth century BCE. The outcastes were soon relegated to the lowliest of occupations and prohibited from participation in civic life. Heavily annotated with an emphasis on putting Ambedkar and recent scholarship into conversation, Beef, Brahmins, and Broken Men assumes urgency as India witnesses unprecedented violence against Dalits and Muslims in the name of cow protection. BHIMRAO RAMJI AMBEDKAR

(1891–1956) was a radical thinker,

economist, jurist, philosopher, and founder of a school of Buddhism. A prolific writer, he was the chief architect of the Indian Constitution and independent India’s first law minister. ALEX GEORGE,

a philosophy graduate from Birkbeck College, London,

is an editor with Navayana, an independent anticaste press. S. ANAND is the cofounder and publisher of Navayana. He is the coauthor of the $30.00* / £24.00 paper 978-0-231-19585-0 $90.00 / £70.00 cloth 978-0-231-19584-3 $29.99 / £24.00 e-book 978-0-231-55151-9 J A N U A R Y 256 pages / 5.5" x 8.5" SOUTH ASIAN STUDIES

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graphic biography Bhimayana: Experiences of Untouchability (2011) and editor of the annotated edition of Ambedkar’s Annihilation of Caste (2014). KANCHA ILAIAH SHEPHERD , best known for Why I Am Not a Hindu: A Sudra Critique of Hindutva Philosophy, Culture, and Political Economy, is a political thinker.


Le Boogie Woogie

Inside an After-Hours Club TERRY WILLIAMS AN ET H NOGR AP H IC ACCO U N T O F H I D D E N COCAINE C LUB S

The “after-hours club” is a fixture of the African American ghetto. It is a semisecret, unlicensed “spot” where “regulars” and “tourists” mingle with “hustlers” to buy and use drugs long after regular bars are closed and the party has ended for the “squares.” After-hours clubs are found in most cities, but for people outside of their particular milieu, they are formidably difficult to identify and even more difficult to access.

The sociologist Terry Williams reveals the cocaine culture of Harlem in the 1980s and ’90s with an ethnographic account of a club he calls Le Boogie Woogie. He explores the life of a cast of characters that includes regulars and bar workers, dealers and hustlers, following social interaction around the club’s active bar, with its colorful staff and owner and the “sniffers” who patronize it. In so doing, 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, to show how twenty years later “cool” remains essential to those outside the margins of society even as what it means to be “cool” changes. Le Boogie Woogie is an exceptional ethnographic portrait of an underground culture and its place within a changing city. TERRY WILLIAMS

“Terry Williams has already established himself as a master of gaining access to hard-to-reach, hidden, and vulnerable populations. He has done so again here, giving an in-depth look at a place with which most people will be totally unfamiliar in a vivid and compelling style.” —Richard E. Ocejo, author of Masters of Craft: Old Jobs in the New Urban Economy

is a professor in the Department of Sociology at the

New School for Social Research. He is the author or coauthor of many books, including, most recently, The Con Men: Hustling in New York City (Columbia, 2015) and Teenage Suicide Notes: An Ethnography of Self-Harm (Columbia, 2017).

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A Philosophy of the Insect JEAN-MARC DROUIN Translated by Anne Trager W H AT I N SEC TS TEAC H US A BO UT A N I MA LS A N D O U R SELVES

The world of insects is at once beneath our feet and unfathomably alien. Small and innumerable, insects surround and disrupt us even as we scarcely pay them any mind. Insects confront us with the limits of what is imaginable while at the same time are essential to the everyday functioning of all terrestrial ecosystems.

among other things, an excellent, indispensable, and urgently needed tool for assessing the ethics of an insect-based diet. It is an insightful synthesis of multifaceted constructions of insects in the life sciences (particularly in entomology), literature, philosophy, and political thought. As such, the book carries forth, with an inviting style and in an innovative manner, the current decentering of the human with reference to other forms of life, often drastically different from us.” —Michael Marder, author of Political Categories: Thinking Beyond Concepts

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© ANNE-MARIE DROUINHANS

“A Philosophy of the Insect is,

The philosopher and historian of science Jean-Marc Drouin contends that insects pose a fundamental challenge to philosophy. Exploring the questions of what insects are and what scientific, aesthetic, ethical, and historical relationships they have with humanity, he argues that they force us to reconsider our ideas of the animal and the social. He traces the role that insects have played in language, mythology, literature, entomology, sociobiology, and taxonomy over the centuries. Drouin emphasizes the links between humanistic and scientific approaches—how we have projected human roles onto insects and seen ourselves in insect form. Caught between the animal and plant kingdoms, insects force us to confront and reevaluate our notions of gender, family, society, struggle, the division of labor, social organization, and individual and collective intelligence. A remarkably original and thought-provoking work, A Philosophy of the Insect is an important book for animal studies, environmental ethics, and the history and philosophy of science. JEAN-MARC DROUIN

is a retired professor of phi-

losophy and the history of science at the National Museum of Natural History in Paris and a member of the Centre Alexandre Koyré. His works include L’Écologie et son histoire (1993) and L’herbier des philosophes (2008). ANNE TRAGER

is a translator and editor based in

France. She is the founder of Le French Book, an

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The Wake of Crows

Living and Dying in Shared Worlds THOM VAN DOOREN POI G NANT STOR IES O F H OW N O N H U M A N L I FE STRU GGL ES WIT H IN A H U M A N WO R L D

Crows can be found almost everywhere that people are, from tropical islands to deserts and arctic forests, from densely populated cities to suburbs and farms. Across these diverse landscapes, many species of crows are doing well today: their intelligent and adaptive ways of life have allowed them to thrive amid human-driven transformations. Indeed, crows are frequently disliked for their success, seen as pests, threats, and scavengers on the detritus of human life. But among the vast variety of crows, there are also critically endangered species that are barely hanging on to existence, some of them subjects of passionate conservation efforts.

The Wake of Crows is an exploration of the entangled lives of humans and crows. Focusing on five key sites, Thom van Dooren asks how we might live well with crows in a changing world. He explores contemporary possibilities for shared life emerging in the context of ongoing processes of globalization, colonization, urbanization, and climate change. Moving between these diverse contexts, this book tells stories of extermination and extinction alongside fragile efforts to better understand and make room for other species. Grounded in the careful work of paying attention to some particular crows and their people, The Wake of Crows is an effort to imagine and put into practice a multispecies ethics. In so doing, van Dooren explores some of the possibilities that still exist for living and dying well on this damaged planet. THOM VAN DOOREN

is associate professor at

“A necessary and beautiful book, The Wake of Crows models the work of living responsibly inside both the humanities and the sciences in order to nurture stillpossible worlds. This book shows us what collaborative efforts to enact multispecies communities mean, and might yet mean, in the context of ongoing processes of extinction and extermination. Moving through diverse sites of human/ crow encounter, it offers insights into the fragile, situated, ongoing work necessary to cultivating ecologies of hope in troubled times.” —Donna Haraway, author of Staying with the Trouble: Making Kin in the Chthulucene

the University of Sydney. He is the author of Flight Ways: Life and Loss at the Edge of Extinction (Columbia, 2014) and coeditor of Extinction Studies: Stories of Time, Death, and Generations

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On My Country and the World

Twentieth-Anniversary Edition MIKHAIL GORBACHEV Translated by George Shriver Foreword by William Taubman

T H E W HO LE SWEEP O F THE SOVI ET EX P ERI EN C E AS TO L D BY I TS LAST STEWA RD

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, Gorbachev on the Cold War, and Gorbachev on key figures such as Lenin, Stalin, and Yeltsin.

“Gorbachev’s authorship alone makes this book an important text. . . . [His] take on history and his analysis of global issues are unique and provocative no matter where one stands in the political spectrum.” —Booklist (starred review)

“We find passages of perceptive analysis that we should not ignore.” —Foreign Affairs

After looking back at 1917, Gorbachev considers the fall of the USSR. What were the goals of perestroika? How did such a vast superpower disintegrate so quickly? From the awakening of ethnic tensions to the inability of democrats to unite to his own attempts to reform but preserve the union, Gorbachev retraces those fateful days and explains the origins of Russia’s present crises. He lays out a blueprint for Russia to achieve meaningful economic and political reforms and argues that the foreign-policy thinking that helped end the Cold War could resolve a range of current crises. On My Country and the World reveals the unique vision of a man who was a powerful actor on the world stage and remains a keen observer of Russia’s experience in the twentieth century. This anniversary edition features a new foreword by Gorbachev’s biographer William Taubman. MIKHAIL GORBACHEV

was general secretary of the Communist

Party of the Soviet Union, 1985–1991, and president of the Soviet Union, 1988–1991. He founded and directed the Gorbachev Foundation in Moscow. $20.00* / £14.99 paper 978-0-231-19489-1 $60.00 / £47.00 cloth 978-0-231-19488-4 $19.99 / £14.99 e-book 978-0-231-55106-9

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A New Foreign Policy

Beyond American Exceptionalism JEFFREY D. SACHS

“Forceful and angry.”

Bad Advice

Or Why Celebrities, Politicians, and Activists Aren’t Your Best Source of Health Information PAUL A. OFFIT, M.D.

—New York Times Book Review

“In breezy and deceptively conversational prose that

Jeffrey D. Sachs provides the blueprint for a new foreign policy that embraces global cooperation, international law, and aspirations for worldwide prosperity—not nationalism and gauzy dreams of past glory. He argues that America’s approach to the world must shift from military might and wars of choice to a commitment to shared objectives of sustainable development. A New Foreign Policy explores both the danger of the “America first” mindset and the possibilities for a new way forward, proposing timely and achievable plans to build a multipolar world that is prosperous, peaceful, fair, and resilient. JEFFREY D. SACHS

is University Professor at Columbia

University and serves as Quetelet Professor of Sustainable Development and professor of health policy and management at Columbia University. He is a New York Times best-selling author, and his Columbia University Press books include The Age of Sustainable Development (2015) and Building the New American Economy: Smart, Fair, and Sustainable (2017). $12.95t / £9.99 paper 978-0-231-18849-4

often winks with humor, Bad Advice breaks down complex scientific subjects that have been distorted through several cultural lenses.” —Washington Post

In Bad Advice, Paul A. Offit shares hardearned wisdom on the dos and don’ts of battling misinformation. For the past twenty years, Offit has been on the front lines in the fight for sound science and public heath. His guide to taking on conspiracies and falsehoods is a must-read for anyone disturbed by the uptick in politicized attacks on science. PAUL A. OFFIT

is the director of the Vaccine Education

Center at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia as well as the Maurice R. Hilleman Professor of Vaccinology and professor of pediatrics at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. He is an award-winning physician, coinventor of a rotavirus vaccine, and the author of several books on medical and scientific issues including, from Columbia University Press, Autism’s False Prophets: Bad Science, Risky Medicine, and the Search for a Cure (2007) and Vaccines and Your Child: Separating Fact from Fiction (2011, with Charlotte A. Moser). $16.95t / £13.99 paper 978-0-231-18699-5

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Show Trial

Hollywood, HUAC, and the Birth of the Blacklist THOMAS DOHERTY “Illuminating. . . . Show Trial is likely to become the standard authority on the genesis of the Hollywood blacklist.” —Washington Post

Thomas Doherty tells the story of the 1947 hearings into alleged communist subversion in the movie industry. Show Trial is a character-driven inquiry into how the HUAC hearings ignited the Hollywood blacklist, providing a gripping new history of one of the most influential events of the postwar era. “Deeply absorbing, expertly researched, and thoroughly entertaining.” —New Republic THOMAS DOHERTY

How Did Lubitsch Do It?

JOSEPH McBRIDE

“[This] excellent, authoritative book . . . is chockful of cultivated insights and astute quotes.” —Phiilip Lopate, New York Review of Books

Joseph McBride analyzes Ernst Lubitsch’s films in rich detail in the first in-depth critical study to consider the full scope of Lubitsch’s work in both his native and adopted lands. McBride explains the “Lubitsch Touch,” showing how the director challenged American attitudes toward romance and sex and offering revealing insights into Lubitsch’s working methods. “A comprehensive and enthusiastic case for [Lubitsch’s] importance.” —New York Times Book Review

“A love letter to a filmmaker.” —Wall Street Journal

is professor of American studies at

JOSEPH McBRIDE

is a film historian and professor in the

Brandeis University. His previous Columbia University Press

School of Cinema at San Francisco State University. He is the

books include Pre-Code Hollywood: Sex, Immorality, and

author of many books, including Frank Capra: The Catastro-

Insurrection in American Cinema, 1930–1934 (1999); Cold

phe of Success (1992); Steven Spielberg: A Biography (1997);

War, Cool Medium: Television, McCarthyism, and American

Searching for John Ford (2001); and What Ever Happened to

Culture (2003); Hollywood’s Censor: Joseph I. Breen and the

Orson Welles? A Portrait of an Independent Career (2006).

Production Code Administration (2007); and Hollywood and Hitler, 1933–1939 (2013).

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Sōseki

Chaos, Territory, Art

Modern Japan’s Greatest Novelist

Deleuze and the Framing of the Earth

JOHN NATHAN

ELIZABETH GROSZ

“Nathan, a master translator and a gifted story-

“Beautifully written. The sentences unfold and caress

teller. . . . paints a portrait of this singular man.

you like a plume of exhaled smoke, giving the book’s

The result is an accessible account of a tortured,

emphasis on sexual attraction and the eroticism of

difficult, and yet ultimately irresistible soul that is

sensation a physical force.”

touching even to those who are not yet familiar

—Comparative Literature Studies

with the pleasures of Sōseki’s writing.” —Times Literary Supplement

John Nathan provides a lucid and vivid account of Natsume Sōseki, the father of the modern novel in Japan. This biography elevates Sōseki to his rightful place as a great synthesizer of literary traditions and a brilliant chronicler of universal experience. “[Sōseki’s] life and work are explored insightfully in John Nathan’s outstanding and cohesive literary biography.” —Financial Times JOHN NATHAN

is the Takashima Professor of Japanese

Cultural Studies at the University of California, Santa Barbara. He is the author of Mishima: A Biography (1974) and

Instead of treating art as a unique creation that requires reason and refined taste to appreciate, Elizabeth Grosz argues that art—especially architecture, music, and painting—is born from the disruptive forces of sexual selection. She approaches art as a form of erotic expression connecting sensory richness with primal desire and in doing so finds that the meaning of art comes from the intensities and sensations it inspires, not just its intention and aesthetic. ELIZABETH GROSZ

is the Jean Fox O’Barr Professor in

Gender, Sexuality, and Feminist Studies and Literature at Duke University. Her books include The Incorporeal: Ontology, Ethics, and the Limits of Materialism (Columbia, 2017).

translator of Sōseki’s last novel, Light and Dark (Columbia, 2014), as well as of works by Yukio Mishima and Kenzaburō Ōe. Nathan is also an Emmy Award–winning filmmaker.

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Album

The Enchanted Clock

Unpublished Correspondence and Texts

A Novel

ROLAND BARTHES

JULIA KRISTEVA

Translated by Jody Gladding

Translated by Armine Kotin Mortimer

“The paradigmatic French intellectual, up close and

“Kristeva’s marvelously strange novel about a woman

intimate.”

captivated by an eighteenth-century artifact reads like a philosophical treatise wrapped in a love story

—Washington Post

with a little mystery mixed in.”

Album provides an unparalleled look into Roland Barthes’s life of letters. It presents a selection of correspondence, from his adolescence in the 1930s through the height of his career and up to the last years of his life. It offers an intimate look at Barthes’s thought processes as well as a rich archive of epistolary friendships among the leading intellectuals of the day. “Album is an enriching milestone.” —Times Literary Supplement ROLAND BARTHES

(1915–1980) was a French literary

theorist, philosopher, critic, and semiotician. Barthes’s final seminars, including How to Live Together: Novelistic Simulations of Some Everyday Spaces (2012), are also published by Columbia University Press. JODY GLADDING

—Publishers Weekly

Julia Kristeva’s intricate, multifaceted novel The Enchanted Clock is built around a golden astronomical clock in the Palace of Versailles. Part detective mystery, part historical fiction, and full of ruminations on memory, love, and the transcendence of linear time, it is one of the most illuminating works of one of France’s great thinkers. JULIA KRISTEVA

is professor emerita of linguistics at the

Université de Paris VII and author of many acclaimed works and novels. Her Columbia University Press books include Teresa, My Love: An Imagined Life of the Saint of Avila (2014). ARMINE KOTIN MORTIMER

is professor emerita of French

literature at the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.

is a poet and author most recently of

Translations from Bark Beetle. She has translated thirty works from French. $22.00* / £16.99 paper 978-0-231-17987-4 O C T O B E R   392 pages / 7" x 10" / 12 b&w photographs P H I LO S O P H Y

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Class Clowns

How the Smartest Investors Lost Billions in Education JONATHAN A. KNEE S HORT L IST ED —2 01 6 , FO R E WO R D I N D I E S FO R BU SINESS AND ECON O M I CS

Class Clowns dissects what drives investors’ efforts to improve education and why they consistently fail. Jonathan A. Knee takes readers inside four spectacular financial failures in education, offering an important guide for public-policy makers and guardrails for future investors, as well as an intelligent exposé for activists and teachers. “A valuable addition to our knowledge base regarding

Big Money Thinks Small

Biases, Blind Spots, and Smarter Investing JOEL TILLINGHAST NA MED O N E O F THE FI VE B EST BO O KS O F 2017 BY M ON EY WEEK

In Big Money Thinks Small, the veteran fund manager Joel Tillinghast offers a set of simple but crucial steps to successful investing. Tillinghast teaches readers how to learn from their mistakes—and his own—giving investors the tools to ask the right questions in any situation and to think objectively and generatively about portfolio management. “Written for investors at all levels, this practical, no-nonsense guide . . . empower[s] readers to

education markets.”

generate their own informed decisions.”

—Chicago Tribune

—Publishers Weekly

“Timely . . . filled with stories of hubris and myopia.”

investment that deserves a place on everyone’s

—Globe and Mail JONATHAN A. KNEE

“An intelligent guide to stock selection and

is a professor of professional practice

and codirector of the media and technology program at

bookshelf.” —MoneyWeek

Columbia Business School. He is the author of The Accidental

JOEL TILLINGHAST

Investment Banker (2006) and coauthor of The Curse of the

charterholder and thirty-six-year veteran of the investments

Mogul (2009).

is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA)

industry. He has been the manager of the Fidelity® LowPriced Stock Fund since 1989.

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Berkshire Beyond Buffett

The Enduring Value of Values

LAWRENCE A. CUNNINGHAM WINNER —2 01 5 CH O I C E O U TSTA N D I N G ACAD EM IC T IT L E

Berkshire Hathaway is among the world’s most famous corporations. Yet few people understand Berkshire, and many assume it cannot survive without Buffett. In a comprehensive portrait of the corporate culture that unites Berkshire’s subsidiaries, Lawrence A. Cunningham unearths the traits that assure the conglomerate’s continued prosperity. “There is much to learn from Cunningham’s stories about the companies that Berkshire Hathaway owns.” —The Economist

Social Value Investing

A Management Framework for Effective Partnerships HOWARD W. BUFFETT AND WILLIAM B. EIMICKE “Social Value Investing offers a compelling argument and practical framework for how collaboration among philanthropy, governments, and the private sector can drive long-lasting solutions to the world’s toughest challenges.” —Bill Gates

Howard W. Buffett and William B. Eimicke present a new blueprint for designing and managing effective, sustainable collaborations with positive social effects. HOWARD W. BUFFETT

is an adjunct associate professor

and research scholar at Columbia University’s School of “A timely contribution to a swelling debate [and]

International and Public Affairs. He served as the executive

an encyclopedic history of the group’s operating

director of the Howard G. Buffett Foundation and co-

businesses.”

authored the New York Times best-seller 40 Chances:

—Financial Times LAWRENCE A. CUNNINGHAM , editor and publisher since

1997 of The Essays of Warren Buffett: Lessons for Corporate America, is the Henry St. George Tucker III Research Professor at George Washington University. Cunningham’s books include Margin of Trust: The Berkshire Business Model (Columbia, 2019).

Finding Hope in a Hungry World (2013). WILLIAM B. EIMICKE

is professor of practice and founding

director of the Picker Center for Executive Education at Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs. He previously served as the housing czar of New York State and as a housing policy and management consultant to vice president Al Gore’s National Performance Review.

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Learn or Die

Using Science to Build a Leading-Edge Learning Organization EDWARD D. HESS WI NNER —2 01 5 , CH O I C E O U TSTA N D I N G ACA D EM IC T IT L E

To compete in today’s world, individuals and organizations must take their ability to learn to a much higher level. In Learn or Die, Edward D. Hess combines recent advances in neuroscience, psychology, behavioral economics, and education with key research on high-performance businesses to create an actionable blueprint for becoming a leadingedge learning organization. “Hess does the great service of examining the processes of both organizational and individual learning. . . . How refreshing it is to have a serious discussion of these important issues. Bravo!” —Choice EDWARD D. HESS

Alexander Hamilton on Finance, Credit, and Debt

RICHARD SYLLA AND DAVID J. COWEN

“This is undoubtedly a treasure trove for financial and public policy geeks, and the book will also help lay readers go beyond the hit musical in understanding Hamilton’s lasting significance.” —Publishers Weekly

This book traces the development of Alexander Hamilton’s financial thinking, policies, and actions through a selection of his writings. The financial historians and Hamilton experts Richard Sylla and David J. Cowen provide commentary that demonstrates the impact Hamilton had on the modern economic system. RICHARD SYLLA

is professor emeritus of economics and

the former Henry Kaufman Professor of the History of Financial Institutions and Markets at New York University Stern School of Business. Among his books are Founding Choices: American Economic Policy in the 1790s (2011) and Alexander

is professor of business administration

Hamilton: The Illustrated Biography (2016).

and Batten Executive-in-Residence at the Darden Graduate

DAVID J. COWEN

School of Business. His many books include Smart Growth:

American Finance. He is author of The Origins and Economic

is president and CEO of the Museum of

Building an Enduring Business by Managing the Risks of

Impact of the First Bank of the United States, 1791–1797

Growth (2010).

(2000) and coauthor of Financial Founding Fathers: The Men Who Made America Rich (2006).

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South Korea at the Crossroads

The Future of Us

SCOTT A. SNYDER

IRWIN REDLENER, MD

Autonomy and Alliance in an Era of Rival Powers

“Snyder expertly describes the frustrations of a middle power that faces a persistent threat and depends on an inconsistent ally.” —Foreign Affairs

Foreword by Jane Pauley “As cofounder with Dr. Redlener of Children’s Health Fund, I have watched him grapple for more than thirty years with the problem of inadequate health

Scott A. Snyder examines the trajectory of fifty years of South Korean foreign policy and offers predictions—and a prescription—for the future. Pairing a historical perspective with a shrewd understanding of today’s political landscape, Snyder contends that South Korea’s best strategy remains investing in a robust alliance with the United States. “Students of geopolitics will appreciate Snyder’s thoughtful analysis of a troubled region.” —Kirkus Reviews SCOTT A. SNYDER

What the Dreams of Children Mean for Twenty-First-Century America

care for our poor and working-class children. In clear, often emotional language, Redlener lays out the costs, borne by children and our society, of failing to resolve these health-access issues. Still an optimistic realist, he offers solutions in The Future of Us that are both feasible and affordable.” —Paul Simon

The renowned pediatrician and children’s advocate Irwin Redlener draws on poignant personal experiences to investigate the programs that too often fail to protect and nurture our most vulnerable kids. IRWIN REDLENER

is senior fellow for Korea studies and

is president and cofounder of the

Children’s Health Fund and director of the National Center

director of the program on Korea-U.S. policy at the Council

for Disaster Preparedness and the Program on Child Well-

on Foreign Relations. He is coauthor of The Japan–South

Being and Resilience at Columbia University’s Earth Institute.

Korea Identity Clash: East Asian Security and the United

He is also a professor at Columbia University’s Mailman

States (Columbia, 2015) and the author of Middle-Power

School of Public Health.

Korea: Contributions to the Global Agenda (2015). JANE PAULEY

is the anchor of CBS Sunday Morning and

was previously cohost of Dateline NBC and NBC's Today. $25.00* / £20.00 paper 978-0-231-18549-3 F E B R U A R Y   376 pages / 6" x 9" / 15 b&w figures G LO B A L P O L I T I C S

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The Uyghurs

Strangers in Their Own Land GARDNER BOVINGDON

A Nation Like All Others

A Brief History of American Foreign Relations WARREN I. COHEN

“Strongly recommended to anyone interested in nationalism, ethnic identities, and interethnic

“A fast yet comprehensive read with wide appeal for

relations in China and Central Asia.”

those interested in how the country has evolved to

—China Journal

its present uncomfortable condition.”

Gardner Bovingdon follows decades of Uyghur discontent, particularly the development of individual and collective acts of resistance since 1949. Bovingdon provides fresh insight into the practices of nation building and nation challenging, not only in relation to Xinjiang but also in reference to other regions of conflict. His work highlights the influence of international institutions on developing regional autonomy and underscores the role of representation in nationalist politics. “A fascinating book, delving into the historical

—Library Journal (starred review)

In this comprehensive account of American foreign relations from the nation’s founding through the present day, the diplomatic historian Warren I. Cohen calls attention to the uses—and abuses—of U.S. international leadership and the noble as well as the exploitative ends that American power has wrought. A Nation Like All Others is a brisk, argumentative history that confronts the concept of American exceptionalism and decries the lack of moral imagination in American foreign policy. is Distinguished University Professor

identity of the Uyghurs and their position within the

WARREN I. COHEN

modern Chinese state.”

Emeritus at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County,

—China Economic Review GARDNER BOVINGDON

is associate professor in the

and senior scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. His Columbia University Press books include America’s Response to China: A History of Sino-American

Department of Central Eurasian Studies at Indiana University.

Relations (sixth edition, 2019).

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Ethnic Conflict and Protest in Tibet and Xinjiang

Spreading Buddha’s Word in East Asia

BEN HILLMAN AND

The Formation and Transformation of the Chinese Buddhist Canon

GRAY TUTTLE, EDITORS

JIANG WU AND

Unrest in China’s West

LUCILLE CHIA, EDITORS “Highly recommended.” “An outstanding edited volume

—Choice

Through on-the-ground interviews and firsthand observations, the international experts in this volume create an invaluable record of conflict and protest in China’s western borderlands. BEN HILLMAN

is director of the

Policy and Governance Program at the Crawford School of Public Policy and and associate professor in the College of Asia and the Pacific at the Australian National University. GRAY TUTTLE is the Leila Hadley Luce Associate Professor of Modern Tibet in the Department of East Asian Languages and Cultures at Columbia University.

Living Karma

The Religious Practices of Ouyi Zhixu BEVERLEY FOULKS McGUIRE “In admirably concise and lucid writing, McGuire offers us a rare glimpse into the inner life of the

examining the origins of the

great Ming dynasty Buddhist

Chinese Buddhist canon.”

master Ouyi Zhixu.”

—Monumenta Serica

—Journal of Chinese Religion

This volume follows the making of the Chinese Buddhist canon from the fourth century to the digital era. It ties the religious, social, and textual practices of canon formation to the development of East Asian Buddhist culture.

Ouyi Zhixu (1599–1655) was an eminent Chinese Buddhist monk who, contrary to his contemporaries, believed karma could be changed. Living Karma draws attention to his unique reshaping of religious practice.

JIANG WU

is professor in the

BEVERLEY FOULKS McGUIRE

is

Department of East Asian Studies and

associate professor in the Department

director of Center for Buddhist Studies

of Philosophy and Religion at the

at the University of Arizona. LUCILLE CHIA

is professor of history at the

University of North Carolina, Wilmington.

University of California at Riverside.

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E A S T A S I A N I N S T I T U T E , CO L U M B I A

THE SHENG YEN SERIES IN CHINESE

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UNIVERSITY

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The Merchant’s Tale

Yokohama and the Transformation of Japan SIMON PARTNER

“A vivid and accessible account of the events and places that helped to form modern Japan.” —American Historical Review

In a narrative history rich in colorful detail, Simon Partner uses the story of an ordinary merchant farmer and its Yokohama setting as a vantage point onto sweeping social transformation and its unwitting agents. In the aftermath of Japan’s 1853 “opening” to the West, his protagonist witnessed the collapse of the Tokugawa shogunate, the civil war that followed, and the Meiji Restoration’s reforms. The Merchant’s Tale humanizes the story of Japan’s revolutionary 1860s and their profound consequences for Japanese society and culture. SIMON PARTNER

is professor of history at Duke University.

He is the author of Assembled in Japan: Electrical Goods

There a Petal Silently Falls Three Stories by Ch’oe Yun CH'OE YUN Translated by Bruce Fulton and Ju-Chan Fulton “Haunting, painful and affirming, full of illusions and hallucinations while rooted in the graphically physical. . . . Everything about Ch’oe Yun’s work is brilliant.” —Publishers Weekly (starred review)

This book presents three works from the contemporary Korean author Ch’oe Yun. Elegantly crafted and quietly moving, Ch’oe Yun’s stories are among the most incisive portrayals of the psychological and spiritual reality of post–World War II Korea. Her fiction represents a turn toward a more experimental style of writing and offers a new focus on the role of gender. “These three stories are the work of a fiction writer of the very highest order.” —Booklist (starred review)

is an award-winning Korean author known for

and the Making of the Japanese Consumer (1999); Toshie: A

CH’OE YUN

Story of Rural Life in Twentieth-Century Japan (2004); and

her breathtaking versatility, subversion of authority, and bold

The Mayor of Aihara: A Japanese Villager and His Community,

exploration of the inner life.

1865–1925 (2009).

BRUCE

and JU-CHAN FULTON are translators of numerous

volumes of modern Korean fiction, including Sunset: A Ch’ae Manshik Reader (Columbia, 2017). $30.00 / £24.00 paper 978-0-231-18293-5

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Nexus of Global Jihad

Triadic Coercion

Preventive Engagement

Understanding Cooperation Among Terrorist Actors

Israel’s Targeting of States That Host Nonstate Actors

ASSAF MOGHADAM

WENDY PEARLMAN AND

How America Can Avoid War, Stay Strong, and Keep the Peace

BOAZ ATZILI

PAUL B. STARES

“In this well-researched book, Moghadam provides a new conceptual framework of interactions as the key aspect of understanding terrorist threats . . . Recommended.” —Choice

Assaf Moghadam explains global jihadist terrorism’s ongoing success and resilience. He brings to light an emerging style of interorganizational terrorist cooperation. ASSAF MOGHADAM

is associate

professor at the Interdisciplinary Center Herzliya (IDC) and director of academic affairs at the International Institute for Counter-Terrorism (ICT). He is also a fellow at the Combating Terrorism Center at West Point. He is the author of The Globalization of Martyrdom (2008) and coeditor of Fault Lines in Global Jihad (2011).

“An important contribution to the literature on counterterrorism.” —Perspectives on Terrorism

“An erudite, elegant, extremely well informed, and very thoughtful explanation of current American grand strategy.”

Finding it difficult to fight nonstate opponents directly, many governments instead target states that harbor or aid such actors. Wendy Pearlman and Boaz Atzili investigate this strategy, which they term triadic coercion, and evaluate the conditions under which it succeeds. WENDY PEARLMAN

is Martin and

Patricia Koldyke Outstanding Teach-

—Michael O’Hanlon, senior fellow, Brookings Institution

Paul B. Stares proposes an innovative and timely strategy to resolve America’s foreign-policy predicament. Preventive Engagement provides a detailed and comprehensive blueprint for the United States to shape the future and reduce the potential dangers ahead.

ing Associate Professor of Political

PAUL B. STARES

Science at Northwestern University.

W. Vessey Senior Fellow for Conflict

BOAZ ATZILI

is associate professor

is the General John

Prevention and director of the Center

and director of the Doctoral Studies

for Preventive Action at the Council on

Program in the School of International

Foreign Relations.

Service at American University. $30.00 / £24.00 paper 978-0-231-17185-4

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Getting Risk Right

Understanding the Science of Elusive Health Risks GEOFFREY C. KABAT “I cannot overstate the importance of this book.”

Origins of Darwin’s Evolution

Solving the Species Puzzle Through Time and Place J. DAVID ARCHIBALD “[In Archibald’s book,] Darwin’s

—Siddhartha Mukherjee, author of The Emperor of All Maladies

Geoffrey C. Kabat seeks to help us distinguish between claims that are supported by solid science and those that are the result of poorly designed or misinterpreted studies. Getting Risk Right examines factors that can influence what gets attention and how questionable results can be used to support a particular narrative.

Extreme Domesticity

A View from the Margins SUSAN FRAIMAN “Fraiman sets forth a rethinking of domesticity’s nature, purpose, location, and creators. It’s a timely

argumentative structure is

rethinking that we truly need now.”

illuminated.”

—Maggie Nelson, author of The

—Quarterly Review of Biology

J. David Archibald explores how Charles Darwin first came to the conclusion that species had evolved in different regions throughout the world. Origins of Darwin’s Evolution achieves a new understanding of how Darwin crafted his transformative theory. J. DAVID ARCHIBALD

is professor

Argonauts

Susan Fraiman reformulates domesticity, freeing it from associations with conformity and sentimentality. Ranging across periods and genres and diversifying the archive of domestic depictions, she stresses the heterogeneity of households and probes the multiplicity of domestic meanings. is professor of

emeritus of biology at San Diego State

SUSAN FRAIMAN

epidemiologist who has been on the

University and curator of mammals in

English at the University of Virginia.

faculty of the Stony Brook University

the SDSU Vertebrate Collections. His

Her Columbia University Press publica-

School of Medicine and the Albert

books include Dinosaur Extinction and

tions include Cool Men and the Second

Einstein College of Medicine. His

the End of an Era: What the Fossils Say

Sex (2003).

books include Hyping Health Risks:

(1996) and Aristotle’s Ladder, Darwin’s

Environmental Hazards in Everyday

Tree: The Evolution of Visual Metaphors

Life and the Science of Epidemiology

for Biological Order (2014), both from

(Columbia, 2008).

Columbia University Press.

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GEOFFREY KABAT

is a cancer

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S C I E N C E   /   H E A LT H

LIFE SCIENCE

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Religious Statecraft

What Slaveholders Think The Politics of Islam in Iran MOHAMMAD AYATOLLAHI TABAAR “A welcome new study on Iranian politics and the complex

How Contemporary Perpetrators Rationalize What They Do

Law and the Wealth of Nations

Finance, Prosperity, and Democracy TAMARA LOTHIAN

AUSTIN CHOI-FITZPATRICK “Lothian’s fascinating, bold, and

relationship between religion and

CO M M E N D E D — 2018, GO RDO N

provocative analysis of finance and

state since the country’s 1979

H I R A BAYAS H I HUMA N RI GHTS

economic democracy will inspire a

revolution.”

BO O K AWA R D, A MERI CA N

new generation of reformers and

S O CI O LO G I CA L ASSO C I ATI O N

scholars.”

—Digest of Middle East Studies

This provocative book rethinks the link between religious ideology and political order in Iran to achieve a new understanding of Iranian politics and its ideological contradictions. Religious Statecraft traces half a century of shifting Islamist doctrines against the backdrop of Iran’s factional and international politics. MOHAMMAD AYATOLLAHI TABAAR

is associate professor at the Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University.

“A rich, theoretically interesting work.”

—Jeffrey D. Sachs, Columbia University

Tamara Lothian shows a path to the reconstruction of Drawing on fifteen years the economy in the service of work in the antislavery of both growth and inclusion movement, Austin Choithat would reignite economic Fitzpatrick examines the growth by democratizing the systematic oppression of men, market. Law and the Wealth women, and children in rural of Nations offers a progressive India through frank and approach to the supply side unprecedented conversations of the economy and proposes with slaveholders. innovation in our fundamenAUSTIN CHOI-FITZPATRICK is tal economic arrangements. —Contemporary Sociology

assistant professor of political

sociology at the Joan B. Kroc School

TAMARA LOTHIAN

(1958–2016) wrote

of Peace Studies at the University of

and taught widely in law and political

San Diego.

economy after an early career in international finance.

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ECONOMICS

POLITICS

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The Extinct Scene

On Company Time

Late Modernism and Everyday Life

American Modernism in the Big Magazines

THOMAS S. DAVIS

DONAL HARRIS

“[A] brilliant book.” —Times Literary Supplement

Thomas S. Davis examines late modernism’s decisive turn toward everyday life, locating an intimate attempt to conceptualize geopolitical disorder. The Extinct Scene reads a range of midcentury texts, films, and phenomena that reflect the decline of the British Empire and seismic shifts in the global political order. “Combines theoretical sophistication with historical detail to produce finely grained

intelligence and writerly charm.” —Mark McGurl, author of The Program Era: Postwar Fiction and the Rise of Creative Writing

On Company Time tells the story of American modernism from inside the offices and on the pages of the most successful and stylish magazines of the twentieth century. Donal Harris draws out the profound institutional, economic, and aesthetic affiliations between modernism and American magazine culture. DONAL HARRIS

readings.” —Modernism/modernity THOMAS S. DAVIS

“A work of relentlessly lively

is an assistant

Little Magazine, World Form ERIC BULSON “Important.” —Times Literary Supplement

Little magazines made modernism. Little Magazine, World Form shows that their reach and importance extended far beyond Europe and the United States. Eric Bulson uncovers a worldwide network that influenced the development of literature and criticism. “A brilliant book, each page sparkling with multiple insights. . . . Beautifully written and a joy to read.” —Modernism/modernity ERIC BULSON

is professor of English

at Claremont Graduate University.

professor in the Department of English

He is the author of Novels, Maps,

at the University of Memphis.

Modernity: The Spatial Imagination, 1850–2000 (2007) and The Cambridge

is associate

Introduction to James Joyce (2006).

professor of English at the Ohio State University. $30.00 / £24.00 paper 978-0-231-16943-1

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A New German Idealism

Hegel, Žižek, and Dialectical Materialism ADRIAN JOHNSTON

“The culmination of Johnston’s

Sibling Action

The Genealogical Structure of Modernity STEFANI ENGELSTEIN S H O RT L I ST E D —2018, KEN SHUR BO O K PR I Z E , C E N TER FO R

Mary and the Art of Prayer

The Hours of the Virgin in Medieval Christian Life and Thought RACHEL FULTON BROWN

decade-long dialogue with my

E I G H T E E N T H - CEN TURY

work.”

ST U D I E S AT I N DI A N A

reconsider how they interpret

UNIVERSITY

the categories of ‘medieval,’

—Slavoj Žižek

Adrian Johnston offers a first-of-its-kind sustained critical response to Slavoj Žižek’s Less Than Nothing and Absolute Recoil. Johnston develops what he calls transcendental materialism, an antireductive materialism capable of preserving and advancing the legacies of the Hegelian, Marxian, and Freudian traditions. ADRIAN JOHNSTON

is a professor

in and chair of the Department of Philosophy at the University of New Mexico and a faculty member at the Emory Psychoanalytic Institute in Atlanta. His many books include Irrepressible Truth: On Lacan’s “The Freudian Thing” (2017).

Stefani Engelstein argues that a ubiquitous—yet unacknowledged—conceptual paradigm of the sibling shaped modernity. Integrating close readings across the disciplines with panoramic intellectual history, Sibling Action presents a compelling new understanding of systems of knowledge. “Wide-ranging and intriguing.”

‘imagination,’ and ‘devotion.’ ” —Catholic Herald

Rachel Fulton Brown traces the history of the medieval practice of praising Mary through the complex of prayers known as the Hours of the Virgin. Mary and the Art of Prayer asks readers to immerse themselves in the experience of believing in and praying to Mary. RACHEL FULTON BROWN

—Choice STEFANI ENGELSTEIN

“Challenge[s] its readers to

is associate

professor of Germanic languages and literature at Duke University. She is the author of Anxious Anatomy: The Conception of the Human Form in Literary

is

associate professor of history at the University of Chicago. Her books include From Judgment to Passion: Devotion to Christ and the Virgin Mary, 800–1200 (Columbia, 2002).

and Naturalist Discourse (2008). $35.00 / £27.00 paper 978-0-231-18169-3

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P H I LO S O P H Y

RELIGION

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JOURNALISM

Newsmakers

Aggregating the News

FRANCESCO MARCONI

MARK CODDINGTON

Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Journalism “Marconi’s book will help journalists start thinking about some of the exciting ways AI can improve and

Secondhand Knowledge and the Erosion of Journalistic Authority

“A critical read for all who care about journalism.” —Sue Robinson, University of Wisconsin–Madison

streamline their work and how to implement these new technologies in the newsroom.” —Carrie Brown, City University of New York

Will the use of artificial intelligence, algorithms, and smart machines be the end of journalism as we know it—or its savior? Francesco Marconi explains how reporters, editors, and newsrooms of all sizes can take advantage of the possibilities they provide to develop new ways of telling stories and connecting with readers. Marshaling insights drawn from firsthand experience, Marconi outlines the important questions that journalists and media organizations should consider when integrating AI and algorithms into their workflow. FRANCESCO MARCONI

is a journalist currently serving as

Much of the news that we consume originated elsewhere and has been reassembled, repackaged, and republished from other sources, but how is that news made? Mark Coddington gives a vivid account of the work of aggregation—how such content is produced, what its values are, and how it fits into today’s changing journalistic profession. He explores how aggregators weigh sources, reshape news narratives, and manage life on the fringes of journalism. The first comprehensive treatment of news aggregation, Aggregating the News deepens our understanding of how news and knowledge are produced and consumed in the digital age. MARK CODDINGTON

is an assistant professor in the

the first R&D chief at the Wall Street Journal. He previously

Department of Journalism and Mass Communications at

managed AI strategy at the Associated Press. He also serves

Washington and Lee University. He is a former newspaper

as an adjunct instructor at Columbia University’s Graduate

reporter and contributor to Harvard University’s Nieman

School of Journalism and as an affiliate researcher at the

Journalism Lab.

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ASIAN STUDIES

The Original Meaning of the Yijing

Commentary on the Scripture of Change

A Couple of Soles

A Comic Play from Seventeenth-Century China

ZHU XI

LI YU

Translated and edited by Joseph A. Adler

Translated by Jing Shen and Robert E. Hegel

“A welcome addition to the text and history of the

“We should be very grateful to the translators.”

Yijing.”

—David Rolston, University of Michigan

—Peter K. Bol, Harvard University

The Yijing (I Ching), or Scripture of Change, is traditionally considered the first and most profound of the Chinese classics. For the past thousand years, one of the most influential commentaries on it has been that of Zhu Xi (1130–1200). Joseph A. Adler’s translation of the Yijing includes for the first time in any Western language Zhu Xi’s commentary in full. Adler explores Zhu Xi’s interpretation of the text and situates it in the context of his overall theoretical system. ZHU XI

(1130–1200) was a crucial figure in the systematiza-

tion of Neo-Confucian thought.

In this classic comedic romance, a poor young scholar falls in love with a beautiful actress. After her family attempts to marry her off, she jumps into a river, and he follows. The local river deity rescues the lovers from death by transforming them into a pair of soles. The first major comedy from late-imperial China to appear in English translation, A Couple of Soles provides an unparalleled view of the theater in seventeenth-century China. LI YU

(1610–1680) was a popular author and theatrical

impresario with a reputation for tales that tested social limits. He is the likely author of the erotic and parodic novel The Carnal Prayer Mat.

JOSEPH A. ADLER

is professor emeritus of Asian studies

and religious studies at Kenyon College. He is the translator

JING SHEN

is professor of Chinese language and literature

of Zhu Xi’s Introduction to the Study of the Classic of Change

at Eckerd College. ROBERT E. HEGEL is professor emeritus

(2002), among other works.

of Chinese language and literature and Liselotte Dieckmann Professor Emeritus of Comparative Literature at Washington University in St. Louis.

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Plum Shadows and Plank Bridge

Two Memoirs About Courtesans MAO XIANG AND YU HUAI Translated and edited by Wai-yee Li

Vernacular Industrialism in China

Local Innovation and Translated Technologies in the Making of a Cosmetics Empire, 1900-1940 EUGENIA LEAN

“This translation is masterful. Wai-yee Li is most assuredly one of the world’s foremost experts on this

“An engrossing study of how popular industrialism

subject and does an exemplary job of maintaining

arose in early-twentieth-century China. Chen Diexian

each text’s distinctive voices and overall tone.”

emerges from its pages as both representative and

—Andrew Schoenbaum, University of Maryland

This volume presents two memoirs that recall times spent with courtesans in the final decades of the Ming dynasty and the aftermath of its collapse. Mao Xiang (1611–1693) chronicles his relationship with the courtesan Dong Bai, including harrowing descriptions of their wartime sufferings as well as idyllic depictions of romantic bliss. Yu Huai (1616–1696) offers a group portrait of Nanjing courtesans, mixing personal memories with reported anecdotes. He expresses a deep nostalgia for courtesan culture that bears the toll of individual loss and national calamity. WAI-YEE LI

is professor of Chinese literature at Harvard

remarkable. Lean traces a fascinating history of everyday innovations.” —Christopher Rea, author of The Age of Irreverence: A New History of Laughter in China

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

is professor of history and East Asian

languages and cultures and current director of the Weatherhead East Asian Institute at Columbia University. She is the author of Public Passions: The Trial of Shi Jianqiao and the Rise of Popular Sympathy in Republican China (2007).

University. Her publications include Women and National Trauma in Late Imperial Chinese Literature (2014) and The Columbia Anthology of Yuan Drama (Columbia, 2014).

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Chinese Grammatology

The Typographic Imagination

YUROU ZHONG

NATHAN SHOCKEY

Script Revolution and Literary Modernity, 1916-1958 “One of the most innovative, exemplary, and deeply

Reading and Writing in Japan’s Age of Modern Print Media

“An innovative study whose strengths include

researched monographs in modern Chinese literary

meticulous scholarship, clear prose, and lucid

studies I have seen for quite some time.”

analysis. The book makes a substantial contribution

—Andrew F. Jones, University of California, Berkeley

to the field of modern Japanese literary and cultural studies.”

Today, Chinese characters are described as a national treasure, the core of the nation’s civilizational identity. Yet for nearly half of the twentieth century, reformers waged war on the Chinese script. Yurou Zhong traces the origins, transmutations, and containment of this script revolution to provide a groundbreaking account of its formative effects on Chinese literature and culture and lasting implications for the encounter between the alphabetic and nonalphabetic worlds. By revealing the consequences of one of the biggest linguistic experiments in history, Chinese Grammatology provides an ambitious rethinking of the origins of Chinese literary modernity and the politics of the science of writing. YUROU ZHONG

is assistant professor of East Asian studies

at the University of Toronto.

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—Seiji Lippit, University of California, Los Angeles

In the early twentieth century, Japan was awash with typographic text and massproduced print. The Typographic Imagination explores how this commercial print revolution transformed Japan’s media ecology and traces the possibilities and pitfalls of type as a force for radical social change. Nathan Shockey examines the emergence of new forms of reading, writing, and thinking in Japan from the last years of the nineteenth century through the first decades of the twentieth. He presents a multivalent vision of the rise of mass print media and the transformations of modern Japanese literature, language, and culture. NATHAN SHOCKEY

is assistant professor of Japanese at

Bard College. $65.00 / £50.00 cloth  978-0-231-19428-0 $64.99 / £50.00 e-book 978-0-231-55074-1 D E C E M B E R   312 pages / 6" x 9" ASIAN STUDIES S T U D I E S O F T H E W E AT H E R H E A D E A S T A S I A N I N S T I T U T E ,

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The Japanese Discovery of Chinese Fiction

The Water Margin and the Making of a National Canon WILLIAM C. HEDBERG

“The Japanese Discovery of Chinese Fiction manages

Licentious Fictions

Ninjō and the Nineteenth-Century Japanese Novel DANIEL POCH “Licentious Fictions stands out for both the sophistication of its analysis and the impressive

to be scholarly, witty, engaging, and personable all at

scope of primary-source material that it covers. It is

the same time—a rare combination for a subject that

a groundbreaking work that is sure to make a major

is so dense and requires such intimate knowledge of

impact in the field.”

a premodern literary text and the complex scholarly

—Peter Flueckiger, Pomona College

debates that surrounded it.” —Pieter Keulemans, Princeton University

The classic Chinese novel The Water Margin tells the story of a band of outlaws in twelfth-century China and their insurrection against the corrupt imperial court. William C. Hedberg investigates the reception of The Water Margin in a variety of earlymodern and modern Japanese contexts. The Japanese Discovery of Chinese Fiction offers an alternative history of East Asian textual culture: one that focuses on the transregional dimensions of Japanese literary history and helps rethink the definition and boundaries of Japanese literature. WILLIAM C. HEDBERG

Nineteenth-century Japanese literary discourse and narrative developed a striking preoccupation with ninjō—literally “human emotion,” but often used in reference to amorous feeling and erotic desire. In Licentious Fictions, Daniel Poch investigates the significance of ninjō in defining the literary modernity of nineteenth-century Japan. He explores how cultural anxieties about the power of literature in mediating emotions and desire shaped Japanese narrative from the late Edo through the Meiji period. DANIEL POCH

is assistant professor of Japanese literature

in the School of Modern Languages and Cultures at the University of Hong Kong.

is assistant professor of

Japanese literature at Arizona State University.

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Buddhism and Medicine

Chinese Esoteric Buddhism

An Anthology of Modern and Contemporary Sources

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

C. PIERCE SALGUERO, EDITOR

GEOFFREY C. GOBLE

“This excellent volume should be an essential resource for students and scholars in the fields of Buddhism and science, medicine, magic, and healing.” —Justin Thomas McDaniel, author of The Lovelorn Ghost and the Magical Monk: Practicing Buddhism in Modern Thailand

This work presents a collection of modern and contemporary texts from across the Buddhist world dealing with the multifaceted relationship between Buddhism and medicine. Covering the early-modern period to the present, this anthology focuses on how Buddhism and medicine were shaped by the forces of colonialism, science, and globalization, as well as ruptures and reconciliations between tradition and modernity. The anthology highlights diversity and innovation in the encounters between Buddhist and medical thought. C. PIERCE SALGUERO

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. Goble focuses on Amoghavajra (704–774), contending that he was the central figure in Esoteric Buddhism’s rapid rise in Tangdynasty China. Based on close readings of a broad range of textual sources previously untapped by English-language scholarship, this book overturns many assumptions about the origins of Chinese Esoteric Buddhism. GEOFFREY C. GOBLE

is assistant professor of religious

studies at the University of Oklahoma.

is associate professor of Asian his-

tory and religious studies at Pennsylvania State University’s Abington College. He is the editor of Buddhism and Medicine: An Anthology of Premodern Sources (Columbia, 2017) and the author of Translating Buddhist Medicine in Medieval China (2014) and Traditional Thai Medicine (2016). $150.00 / £116.00 cloth  978-0-231-18936-1 $149.99 / £116.00 e-book 978-0-231-54830-4

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Archives of Conjure

Roman Catholicism in America

Stories of the Dead in Afrolatinx Cultures

Second edition

SOLIMAR OTERO

CHESTER GILLIS

“Archives of Conjure is a poetic, fluid, and compelling

“Gillis’s inviting prose and discerning insights make

book. Through interwoven elements of ethnography,

this a fine introduction to American Catholicism.”

literature, archival notations, bolero music, poetry,

—Publishers Weekly

and other Afrolatinx inspirations, Otero provides humanities scholarship with a new, transdisciplinary technique and approach.” —Aisha M. Beliso-De Jesús, author of Electric Santería: Racial and Sexual Assemblages of Transnational Religion

In Afrolatinx religious practices such as Cuban Espiritismo, Puerto Rican Santería, and Brazilian Candomblé, the dead tell stories. Solimar Otero explores how Afrolatinx spirits guide collaborative spiritual-scholarly activist work through rituals and the creation of material culture. Drawing on over ten years of archival research and fieldwork in Cuba, Otero centers the storytelling practices of Afrolatinx women and LGBTQ spiritual practitioners alongside Caribbean literature and performance. SOLIMAR OTERO

is professor of folklore in the Department

of Folklore and Ethnomusicology at Indiana University. She

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 and points toward the future of the faith in the United States. It examines the unprecedented crisis of sexual abuse by priests—the legal, moral, financial, and institutional repercussions of which continue to this day—as well as the controversial role Catholic leadership has played in American politics. CHESTER GILLIS

is interim provost of Saint Louis University

and professor of theology at Georgetown University. He is the author of Pluralism: A New Paradigm for Theology (1993) and editor of Political Papacy: John Paul II, Benedict XVI, and Their Influence (2005), among others.

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RELIGION

G E N D E R , T H E O RY, A N D R E L I G I O N

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HISTORY

The Rise and Fall of the Religious Left

Politics, Television, and Popular Culture in the 1970s and Beyond L. BENJAMIN ROLSKY

“Rolsky intends to prod and provoke, and he does

The Shape of Sex

Nonbinary Gender from Genesis to the Renaissance LEAH D e VUN

“Beautifully written, elegantly argued, and accessible to specialists and nonspecialists alike. Leah DeVun’s

so through his sophisticated analysis of the effect

use of case studies draws the reader in, and her

of Norman Lear’s work. This is a strong, important,

sophisticated elaborations of the import of the

and innovative work that should draw attention,

material show her familiarity with gender theory

discussion, and debate.”

today as well as in the past.”

—Paul Harvey, author of Christianity and Race in the

—Ruth Evans, Dorothy McBride Orthwein Professor of

American South: A History

L. Benjamin Rolsky examines the ways in which American liberalism has helped shape cultural conflict since the 1970s through the story of how the television writer and producer Norman Lear galvanized the religious left. Rolsky offers engaged readings of Lear’s iconic sitcoms and published writings, considering them as an expression of what he calls the spiritual politics of the religious left. L. BENJAMIN ROLSKY

is a research fellow in the Religion

Studies Department at Lehigh University, an adjunct instructor in the History and Anthropology Department at Monmouth University, and a part-time lecturer in the

English, Saint Louis University

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 CE 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. LEAH D e VUN

is associate professor of history at Rutgers

University. She is the author of Prophecy, Alchemy, and the End of Time: John of Rupescissa in the Late Middle Ages (Columbia, 2009) and was coeditor of Trans*historicities (2018), an issue of TSQ: Transgender Studies Quarterly.

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HISTORY

A Slave Between Empires

A Transimperial History of North Africa M'HAMED OUALDI

The Profits of Nature

Colonial Development and the Quest for Resources in Nineteenth-Century China PETER B. LAVELLE

“Following the life (and afterlife) of a slave turned minister, A Slave Between Empires is rich with new insights and tantalizing details, and Oualdi has

“An outstanding work that sheds new light on nineteenth-century Chinese efforts to manage both

clearly scoured many archives to put this together.”

manmade and natural disasters through the adoption

—Amy Kallander, author of Women, Gender, and the

of new technologies in agriculture, forestry, and

Palace Households in Ottoman Tunisia

industry, in the process transforming the heartland and borderlands of the empire.”

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 to recover the transnational dimensions of North African history. Drawing on a wide range of Arabic, French, Italian, and English sources, A Slave Between Empires is a groundbreaking transimperial microhistory that demands a major analytical shift in the conceptualization of North African history. M’HAMED OUALDI

is associate professor of history and

Near Eastern studies at Princeton University.

—Shellen X. Wu, author of Empires of Coal: Fueling China’s Entry Into the Modern World Order

Peter B. Lavelle uses the life and career of Chinese statesman Zuo Zongtang (1812–1885) as a lens to explore the environmental history of nineteenth-century China. Zuo’s work forged new patterns of colonial development in the empire’s vast northwest, including Xinjiang, at a time when imperial rivals were scrambling for resources around the globe. The Profits of Nature offers a new approach to understanding the dynamic relationship among imperial crisis, natural resources, and colonial development during a critical juncture in Chinese history. PETER B. LAVELLE

is assistant professor of history at

Temple University.

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HISTORY

America’s Response to China

Educating Harlem

A History of Sino-American Relations

A Century of Schooling and Resistance in a Black Community

WARREN I. COHEN

ANSLEY T. ERICKSON AND

Sixth edition

ERNEST MORRELL, EDITORS “A venerable work.” “Educating Harlem epitomizes the power and

—Daily Beast

potential of interdisciplinary exchange and

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 extends his discussion of the Chinese–American relationship in the age of potential Chinese ascendance and the shrinking global influence of the United States, including the complications of the presidency of Donald Trump.

collaboration. I could not imagine a more comprehensive and impressive assembly of scholars contained in one collection.” —Hilary Moss, Amherst College

Educating Harlem brings together a multidisciplinary group of scholars to trace the varied ways that Harlem residents defined and pursued educational justice for their children and community despite consistent neglect and structural oppression. ANSLEY T. ERICKSON

is associate professor of history

and education at Teachers College, Columbia University.

“The history of United States diplomacy toward China

She is the author of Making the Unequal Metropolis: School

. . . will never be the same again.”

Desegregation and Its Limits (2016).

—American Political Science Review WARREN I. COHEN

is Distinguished University Professor

Emeritus at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and senior scholar at the Woodrow Wilson International Center for Scholars. His Columbia University Press books include A Nation Like All Others: A Brief History of American

ERNEST MORRELL

is the Coyle Professor in Literacy

Education, director of the Center for Literacy Education, and a faculty member in the English and Africana Studies departments at the University of Notre Dame. His many books include Critical Media Pedagogy: Teaching for Achievement in City Schools (2013).

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Fresh Kills

Reforming the City

A History of Consuming and Discarding in New York City

The Contested Origins of Urban Government, 1890–1930

MARTIN V. MELOSI

ARIANE LIAZOS

“Fresh Kills frames Staten Island’s iconic landfill as not

“The most thorough and persuasive study of

just a repository for solid waste but also a monument

municipal reform in American cities I have ever read.

to consumer culture. This is an immensely readable

This detailed account is the most important work

and valuable book by a distinguished scholar.”

ever written on the topic.”

—Michael Rawson, Brooklyn College and the CUNY

—Robert Fairbanks, University of Texas at Arlington

Graduate Center

Fresh Kills—a monumental 2,200-acre structure on Staten Island—was once the world’s largest landfill. Today, a mammoth reclamation project is transforming the site, constructing an expansive park. 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. He also uses the landfill as a lens for understanding Staten Island’s history and its relationship with greater New York City. MARTIN V. MELOSI

is Cullen Professor Emeritus of History

Ariane Liazos examines the urban-reform movement that swept through the country in the early twentieth century and its unintended consequences. Reformers hoped to make cities simultaneously more efficient and more democratic. However, they increasingly focused on efficiency, appealing to business groups and compromising to avoid controversial and divisive topics, including the voting rights of African Americans and women. Reforming the City weaves together wide-ranging nationwide analysis with in-depth case studies. ARIANE LIAZOS

is a research advisor in the social sciences

and lecturer at the Harvard Extension School. With Theda

and founding director of the Center for Public History at the

Skocpol and Marshall Ganz, she is coauthor of What a Mighty

University of Houston. His many books include The Sanitary

Power We Can Be: African American Fraternal Groups and

City: Urban Infrastructure in America from Colonial Times to

the Struggle for Racial Equality (2006).

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Flaming Creatures

CONSTANTINE VEREVIS

“Flaming Creatures offers a comprehensive study of this classic and controversial avant-garde film.

Perpetrator Cinema

Confronting Genocide in Cambodian Documentary RAYA MORAG

Verevis uses his well-known talents as a top scholar of film remakes to clarify the film’s status as a complicated yet loving ode to Hollywood kitsch.” —Dana Polan, New York University

“Documentary scholars and South Asian cinema specialists will find much to praise in this theoretically rich, engrossing work.” —Deirdre Boyle, the New School

Banned soon after its first midnight screenings, the prints seized, and the organizers arrested, Jack Smith’s incendiary Flaming Creatures (1963) wildly and gleefully transgresses nearly every norm of Hollywood morality and aesthetics. This study of Smith’s magnum opus explores its status as a cult film that appropriates the visual texture, erotic nuance, and overt fabrication of old Hollywood exoticism. Tracing the film’s production and reception history, Constantine Verevis argues that it embodies a unique type of cinematic rewriting. CONSTANTINE VEREVIS

is associate professor of film and

screen studies at Monash University. He is the author of Film

Perpetrator Cinema explores a new trend in the cinematic depiction of genocide that has emerged in Cambodian documentary. While past films documenting the Holocaust and other genocides have focused on the testimony of survivors and victims, post– Khmer Rouge Cambodian documentarians propose a direct confrontation between the survivor and the perpetrator of genocide. Raya Morag uncovers the ways in which filmmakers allow the survivors’ moral status and courage to guide viewers to a new, more complete understanding of the processes of coming to terms with the past. is associate professor of cinema studies at

Remakes (2005) and coeditor of B Is for Bad Cinema (2014),

RAYA MORAG

among other titles.

the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. She is the author of Defeated Masculinity: Post-Traumatic Cinema in the Aftermath of War (2009) and Waltzing with Bashir: Perpetrator Trauma and Cinema (2013).

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C U LTO G R A P H I E S

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Play Time

Jacques Tati and Comedic Modernism MALCOLM TURVEY

A Piece of the Action

Race and Labor in Post-Civil Rights Hollywood EITHNE QUINN

“Play Time is the best extended critical study of Tati I’ve encountered: persuasively argued, scrupulously observed, and beautifully illustrated. The writing is

“Well-written, meticulously researched, critical, and smart, A Piece of the Action may be the most

clear and graceful, and the research is impressive.”

important book on black American cinema in the last

—Jonathan Rosenbaum, author of Cinematic Encounters:

quarter century. Enjoyable and highly informative,

Interviews and Dialogues

Malcolm Turvey examines Jacques Tati’s unique comedic style and evaluates its significance for the history of film and modernism. Considering films such as Monsieur Hulot’s Holiday (1953), Mon Oncle (1958), Play Time (1967), and Trafic (1971), Turvey shows how Tati drew on the rich legacy of comic silent film while modernizing its conventions. Richly illustrated with images from the director’s films, Play Time offers an illuminating and original understanding of Tati’s work. MALCOLM TURVEY

is Sol Gittleman Professor in the Art

and Art History Department and director of the Film and Media Studies Program at Tufts University. He is an editor of the journal October. His books include The Filming of Modern Life: European Avant-Garde Film of the 1920s (2011).

this book will quickly emerge as a classic.” —S. Craig Watkins, author of Don’t Knock the Hustle: Young Creatives, Tech Ingenuity, and the Making of a New Innovation Economy

Eithne Quinn reveals how Hollywood catalyzed wider 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. Quinn also highlights the limits of Hollywood’s liberalism, showing how predominantly white filmmakers, executives, and unions hid the persistence of racism behind feel-good stories and publicrelations avowals of tolerance. EITHNE QUINN

is senior lecturer in American studies at the

University of Manchester. She is author of Nuthin’ but a “G” Thang: The Culture and Commerce of Gangsta Rap (Columbia, 2004) and acts as a defense expert on rap music in criminal

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LITERARY STUDIES

Viral Modernism

The New Slave Narrative

ELIZABETH OUTKA

LAURA T. MURPHY

The Influenza Pandemic and Interwar Literature

“Steeped in a rich and riveting archive, Viral

The Battle Over Representations of Contemporary Slavery

“The New Slave Narrative highlights the centrality of

Modernism offers transformative insights into the

first-person testimony to twenty-first-century efforts

motivation and meaning of modernist texts, attuning

to abolish global slavery. Murphy deftly returns the

us to the troubling ways illness can disappear from

leadership of antislavery agendas to those who have

our cultural memory.”

survived it.”

—Sarah Cole, author of Inventing Tomorrow: H. G. Wells

—Leigh Gilmore, author of Tainted Witness: Why We

and the Twentieth Century

The influenza pandemic of 1918–1919 took the lives of between 50 and 100 million people worldwide. Viral Modernism reveals the literary and cultural impact of one of the deadliest plagues in history, bringing to light how it shaped canonical works of fiction and poetry. Elizabeth Outka uncovers the traces of an outbreak that brought a nonhuman, invisible horror into every community to show how and why the contours of modernism shift when we account for the pandemic’s hidden but widespread presence. ELIZABETH OUTKA

is associate professor of English at

the University of Richmond. She is the author of Consuming

Doubt What Women Say About Their Lives

Laura T. Murphy argues that the slave narrative has reemerged as a twenty-first-century genre that has gained new currency in the context of the memoir boom, post-9/11 anti-Islamic sentiment, and conservative family-values politics. She analyzes a diverse range of accounts of modern slavery from Africa, Asia, the United States, the United Kingdom, and Europe, examining the narrative strategies that survivors employ to make their experiences legible and to promote a reinvigorated antislavery agenda. LAURA T. MURPHY

is professor of human rights and

contemporary slavery in the Helena Kennedy Center for

Traditions: Modernity, Modernism, and the Commodified

International Justice at Sheffield Hallam University and

Authentic (2009).

author of Survivors of Slavery: Modern-Day Slave Narratives (Columbia, 2014).

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Shadow Archives

The Lifecycles of African American Literature JEAN-CHRISTOPHE CLOUTIER

Recasting the history of African American literature, Shadow Archives brings to life a slew of newly discovered texts—including Claude McKay’s Amiable with Big Teeth—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 including McKay, Richard Wright, Ann Petry, and Ralph Ellison and provides a nuanced view of how archival methodology, access, and the power dynamics of acquisitions shape literary history.

Shadow Archives argues that the notion of the archive is crucial to our understanding of postwar African American literary history. Cloutier combines his own experiences as a researcher and archivist with a theoretically rich account of the archive to offer a pioneering study of the importance of African American authors’ archival practices and how these shaped their writing. Given the lack of institutions dedicated to the black experience, the novel became an alternative site of historical preservation, a means to ensure both individual legacy and group survival. Such archivism manifests in the work of these authors through evolving lifecycles where documents undergo repurposing, revision, insertion, falsification, transformation, and fictionalization, sometimes across decades. An innovative interdisciplinary consideration of literary papers, Shadow Archives proposes new ways for literary scholars to engage with the archive. JEAN-CHRISTOPHE CLOUTIER

is assistant pro-

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fessor of English at the University of Pennsylvania. He is coeditor of Claude McKay’s Amiable with Big Teeth (2017) and editor of the original French writings of Jack Kerouac, La vie est d’hommage (2016).

“No novel in hiding is safe from JeanChristophe Cloutier. He is—hands and laptops down—one of the very best literary detectives and literary historians of his talented generation. In Shadow Archives, he offers a genuinely fresh look at twentiethcentury African American writing focused on the rise of black special collections and on the archival entanglements of a who’s who of modern black novelists. It is one of the best academic books of the year, a memorable contribution to African American studies, and a fruitful redirection of the archival turn in American literary scholarship.” —William Maxwell, Washington University in St. Louis

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Things with a History

Transcultural Materialism and the Literatures of Extraction in Contemporary Latin America HÉCTOR HOYOS

Forms of Poetic Attention LUCY ALFORD

“Lucy Alford has produced a boldly ambitious book with a new take on poetry in general and the sorts of things it can do. She explores how poems shape and are shaped by different kinds of attention with

“A sensationally rich, deeply thought out book about the dynamic relationship between words and things. Combining critical imagination with theoretical rigor, Hoyos persuasively breathes new life and meaning into ‘new materialism’ and its predecessors.” —Aníbal González-Pérez, Yale University

Héctor Hoyos argues that the roles of objects in recent Latin American fiction offer a way to integrate materialisms old and new. He considers how Latin American literature has cast things as repositories of history, with an emphasis on the radically transformed circulation of artifacts under globalization. Things with a History simultaneously offers a sweeping account of the material turn in recent Latin American culture and reinvigorates social theory and cultural critique. HÉCTOR HOYOS

is associate professor of Latin American

literature and culture at Stanford University. He is the author of Beyond Bolaño: The Global Latin American Novel (Columbia, 2015).

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authority, eloquence, and sureness of touch.” —Jonathan Culler, author of Theory of the Lyric

A poem is often read as a set of formal, technical, and conventional devices that generate meaning or affect. However, Lucy Alford suggests that poetic language might be better understood as an instrument for tuning and refining the attention. Identifying a crucial link between poetic form and the forming of attention, Alford offers a new terminology for how poetic attention works and how attention becomes a subject and object of poetry. Forms of Poetic Attention combines close readings of a wide variety of poems with research in the philosophy, aesthetics, and psychology of attention. LUCY ALFORD

is a fellow and collegiate assistant professor

at the University of Chicago, where she teaches and writes on modern and contemporary poetry and comparative poetics. Her poems have appeared in Harpur Palate, The Warwick Review, and Streetlight Magazine.

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PHILOSOPHY

Reforming Modernity

Ethics and the New Human in the Philosophy of Abdurrahman Taha

Arts of Address

Being Alive to Language and the World MONIQUE ROELOFS

WAEL B. HALLAQ “There is at present no systematic work that “Reforming Modernity is original, timely, and a needed contribution to the field.” —Mohammed Hashas, Fondazione per le Scienze Religiose Giovanni XXIII

Reforming Modernity is a sweeping intellectual history and philosophical reflection built around the work of the Morocco-based philosopher Abdurrahman Taha, one of the most significant philosophers in the Islamic world since the colonial era. Wael B. Hallaq contends that Taha is at the forefront of forging a new, non-Western-centric philosophical tradition. He 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. WAEL B. HALLAQ

is the Avalon Foundation Professor in

the Humanities in the Department of Middle Eastern, South

investigates the question of address as a concept in the global way Monique Roelofs pursues in this patient, lucid, and orderly book. Arts of Address seeks to correct these oversights and gaps in the critical canon’s conceptualization of address with clarity and comprehensiveness.” —Ellen Rooney, Royce Family Professor of Teaching Excellence, Brown University

Monique Roelofs offers a pathbreaking systematic model of the field of address and puts it to work in the arts, critical theory, and social life. She shows how address props up finely hewn modalities of relationality, agency, and normativity. Drawing on a wide array of theoretical and artistic sources and challenging disciplinary boundaries, the book illuminates address’s significance to cultural existence and to our reflexive aesthetic engagement in it. is professor of philosophy at

Asian, and African Studies at Columbia University. His works

MONIQUE ROELOFS

include The Impossible State: Islam, Politics, and Modernity’s

Hampshire College and Karl Loewenstein Fellow and visiting

Moral Predicament (2013), which won Columbia University

professor of political science at Amherst College. She is the

Press’s Distinguished Book Award, and Restating Oriental-

author of The Cultural Promise of the Aesthetic (2014).

ism: A Critique of Modern Knowledge (Columbia, 2018).

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P H I LO S O P H Y

THE ARTS

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PHILOSOPHY

Philosophers on Film from Bergson to Badiou

A Critical Reader

Food Philosophy

An Introduction

DAVID M. KAPLAN

CHRISTOPHER KUL-WANT, EDITOR “This anthology promises to serve an important function in cinema studies.” —Ronald Bogue, author of Deleuze on Cinema

“Kaplan has thought deeply about food, and Food Philosophy has countless interesting and instructive observations, theories, and insights about food and eating.” —Anne Barnhill, coeditor of The Oxford Handbook of

Philosophers on Film from Bergson to Badiou is an anthology of writings on cinema and film by many of the major thinkers in continental philosophy. The book presents a selection of fundamental texts, each accompanied by an introduction and exposition by the editor, Christopher Kul-Want, that places the philosophers within a historical and intellectual framework of aesthetic and social thought. This reader is an essential and valuable resource for a wide range of courses in film and philosophy. CHRISTOPHER KUL-WANT

is course leader of the MRes Art

course and leader of the MRes Art: Theory and Philosophy pathway at Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts, London. He is the editor of Philosophers on Art from Kant to the Postmodernists: A Critical Reader (Columbia, 2010), to which this volume is a companion.

Food Ethics

This book is an introduction to the philosophical dimensions of food. David M. Kaplan examines the nature and meaning of food, how we experience it, the social role it plays, its moral and political dimensions, and how we judge it to be delicious or awful. He shows how the different branches of philosophy contribute to a broader understanding of food and emphasizes how different narratives help us navigate the complex world of food. An original treatment of a timely subject, Food Philosophy is suitable for undergraduates while making a significant contribution to scholarly debates. DAVID M. KAPLAN

is associate professor of philosophy

at the University of North Texas, where he also directs the Philosophy of Food Project. He is editor of The Philosophy of Food (2012) and the Encyclopedia of Food and Agricultural Ethics (second edition, 2019), among other works.

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PHILOSOPHY

Capitalism on Edge

How Fighting Precarity Can Achieve Radical Change Without Crisis or Utopia

Unbearable Life

A Genealogy of Political Erasure ARTHUR BRADLEY

ALBENA AZMANOVA “In this book, Arthur Bradley identifies the “Mature, insightful, and elegant in its focus on the

antinomical point of crossing, hitherto obscure,

fragility and structural crises of today’s capitalism

between the paradigms of biopolitics and political

and its legitimacy, as well as the possibilities of

theology in the sovereign prerogative of making life,

finding a way out. It is not a nostalgic look back

or death, never happen. The sources used—ancient,

but a very critical and somber insight into systemic

modern, and contemporary—place this work at the

decay.”

center of current philosophical and political debate.”

—Anastasia Nesvetailova, City University of London

—Roberto Esposito, author of Immunitas: The Protection and Negation of Life

Albena Azmanova demonstrates that capitalism is not on its deathbed, revolution is not in the cards, and utopianism cannot steer us toward a brighter future. She calls for forging a broad alliance of strange bedfellows who share an interest in fighting generalized precarity. Such a coalition could take on capitalism’s constitutive dynamics, not merely its unfair outcomes, enabling a radical transformation of the system without a revolutionary break. ALBENA AZMANOVA

is professor of political and social

Arthur Bradley explores the power to render life unlived from ancient Rome through the War on Terror. He argues that sovereignty is the power to decide what counts as being alive and what does not: to make life “unbearable,” unrecognized as having lived or died. A profoundly interdisciplinary and ambitious work, Unbearable Life rethinks sovereignty, biopolitics, and political theology to find the radical potential of a life that neither lives or dies.

thought at the University of Kent’s Brussels School of

ARTHUR BRADLEY

International Studies. She is author of The Scandal of Reason:

Lancaster University. His books include Originary Technicity:

A Critical Theory of Political Judgment (Columbia, 2012).

The Theory of Technology from Marx to Derrida (2011).

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is professor of comparative literature at

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POLITICS

Extraordinary Justice

Law, Politics, and the Khmer Rouge Tribunals

Your Sons Are at Your Service Tunisia’s Missionaries of Jihad AARON Y. ZELIN

CRAIG ETCHESON “A striking and unique study. The book cements “A gripping eyewitness account. Extraordinary Justice

Zelin’s reputation as an expert in his field, prized for

will be the definitive reference text for years to

his independent voice on this critical subject.”

come.”

—Jytte Klausen, Brandeis University

—Sophal Ear, author of Aid Dependence in Cambodia: How Foreign Assistance Undermines Democracy

Craig Etcheson, one of the world’s foremost experts on the Cambodian genocide and its aftermath, draws on decades of experience to trace the evolution of transitional justice in the country from the late 1970s to the present. Extraordinary Justice offers a definitive account of the quest for justice in Cambodia that uses this history to develop a theoretical framework for understanding the interaction between law and politics in war crimes tribunals. CRAIG ETCHESON

is a visiting scientist at the Harvard

T. H. Chan School of Public Health and a fellow of the

Tunisia became one of the largest sources of foreign fighters for the Islamic State—even though the country had very little history of terrorist violence within its borders before 2011. Aaron Y. Zelin uncovers the longer history of Tunisian involvement in the jihadi movement and offers an in-depth examination of the reasons why so many Tunisians became drawn to jihadism following the 2011 revolution. The first book on the history of the Tunisian jihadi movement, Your Sons Are at Your Service is a meticulously researched account that challenges simplified views of jihadism’s appeal and success. AARON Y. ZELIN

is the Richard Borow Fellow at the

Harvard Humanitarian Initiative. From 2006 to 2012, he was

Washington Institute for Near East Policy and a visiting

chief of investigations for the Office of Co-Prosecutors at

research scholar in the Department of Politics at Brandeis

the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia. His

University. He is the founder of the website Jihadology.net,

previous books on Cambodia include The Rise and Demise of

a primary-source archive of global jihadi materials.

Democratic Kampuchea (1984) and After the Killing Fields: Lessons from the Cambodian Genocide (2005).

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United States Special Operations Forces

Second edition

Disrespectful Democracy

The Psychology of Political Incivility EMILY SYDNOR

DAVID TUCKER AND CHRISTOPHER J. LAMB “United States Special Operations Forces reflects the authors’ deep knowledge and understanding of

“This timely and thoughtful book provides a much needed deep dive into the psychological underpinnings of conflict orientation and responses to mediated incivility, revealing critical insights about

special operations. Its arguments are compelling and

their important—but previously overlooked—effects

convincing.”

on political participation and engagement.”

—Hy Rothstein, U.S. Naval Institute

—Johanna Dunaway, Texas A&M University

In this book, two national-security experts put the exploits of America’s special operation forces in historical and strategic context. This second edition, revised throughout to account for lessons learned in the twelve years since its first publication, includes new case studies and appendixes.

Disrespectful Democracy offers a new account of the relationship between incivility and political behavior based on a key individual predisposition—conflict orientation. Individuals experience conflict in different ways; some enjoy arguments while others are uncomfortable and avoid confrontation. Drawing on a range of original surveys and experiments, Emily Sydnor contends that the rise of incivility in political media has transformed political involvement. A rigorous analysis of political rhetoric and behavior, Disrespectful Democracy also proposes strategies to engage citizens across the range of conflict orientations.

DAVID TUCKER

is senior fellow at the Ashbrook Center at

Ashland University. He taught in the Special Operations/ Irregular Warfare curriculum at the Naval Postgraduate School for many years and before that served in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of Defense for Special Operations and Low-Intensity Conflict. CHRISTOPHER J. LAMB

is a distinguished research fellow at

the National Defense University. His previous positions in the Departments of Defense and State include deputy assistant

is assistant professor of political science at

secretary of defense for resources and plans and director of

EMILY SYDNOR

policy planning in the Office of the Assistant Secretary of

Southwestern University.

Defense for Special Operations and Low-Intensity Conflict. $35.00 / £27.00 paper 978-0-231-18389-5 $105.00 / £81.00 cloth 978-0-231-18388-8 $34.99 / £27.00 e-book 978-0-231-54522-8

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SOCIOLOGY

Views from the Streets

The Clash of Values

ROBERTO R. ASPHOLM

MANSOOR MOADDEL

The Transformation of Gangs and Violence on Chicago’s South Side

“A grounded analysis providing a convincing, cogent

Islamic Fundamentalism Versus Liberal Nationalism

“Is a new, more liberal cultural episode on the horizon

understanding of local history and social dynamics.

for the Middle East? The Clash of Values offers new

Moreover and most refreshingly, it appreciates rather

conceptualizations of religious fundamentalism and

than pathologizes the voices of gang members.

liberal values, along with clearly presented survey

This is the book I’ve been waiting for: a nuanced

findings, to suggest that such a trajectory is entirely

explanation that matters.”

possible.”

—Robert Garot, author of Who You Claim: Performing

—Valentine M. Moghadam, author of Globalization and

Gang Identity in School and on the Streets

Views from the Streets explains the dramatic transformation of black street gangs on Chicago’s South Side during the early twenty-first century, shedding new light on why gang violence persists and what might be done to address it. Drawing on years of community work and in-depth interviews with gang members, Roberto R. Aspholm challenges conventional views of gang members as inherently pathological and critically analyzes highly touted violence prevention strategies. ROBERTO R. ASPHOLM

is assistant professor of social work

at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville.

Social Movements: Islamism, Feminism, and the Global Justice Movement

Mansoor Moaddel provides groundbreaking empirical data to demonstrate how the collision between Islamic fundamentalism and liberal nationalism explains the Middle East and North Africa’s present and will determine its future. Analyzing data from over 60,000 face-to-face interviews in seven countries, The Clash of Values disentangles the region’s political complexity and pinpoints crucial trends. MANSOOR MOADDEL

is a professor of sociology at the Uni-

versity of Maryland, College Park. His books include Islamic Modernism, Nationalism, and Fundamentalism: Episode and Discourse (2005) and Values, Political Action, and Change in the Middle East and the Arab Spring (2017).

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Cities at War

Uneven Innovation

Global Insecurity and Urban Resistance

The Work of Smart Cities

MARY KALDOR AND SASKIA SASSEN,

JENNIFER CLARK

EDITORS “A superb, original, and informative intervention into “Cities at War places important questions about

ongoing debates about what a smart city is and its

how contemporary wars are affecting cities on the

implications across all cities. ”

intellectual map via a well-chosen collection of case

—Robyn Dowling, University of Sydney

studies that convey the variety of urban experiences.” —Martin Shaw, author of Genocide and International Relations: Changing Patterns in the Transitions of the Late Modern World

Cities at War assembles an international team of scholars to examine cities as sites of contemporary warfare and insecurity. MARY KALDOR

is professor of global governance and

director of the Civil Society and Human Security Research Unit in the Department of International Development at the London School of Economics. She is the coeditor of The Quest for Security: Protection Without Protectionism and the Challenge for Global Governance (Columbia, 2013, with Joseph Stiglitz), among other works. SASKIA SASSEN

is the Robert S. Lynd Professor of

Jennifer Clark reframes the smart-city concept within the trajectory of uneven development of cities and regions, as well as the long history of technocratic solutions to urban-policy challenges. She considers the potential of emerging technologies as well as their capacity to exacerbate existing inequalities and even produce new ones. Clark’s critique leads to policy prescriptions that present a path toward an alternative future in which smart cities result in more equitable communities. JENNIFER CLARK

is associate professor in the School of

Public Policy at the Georgia Institute of Technology, where she is director of the Center for Urban Innovation. Her books

Sociology and a member of the Committee for Global

include Remaking Regional Economies: Power, Labor, and

Thought at Columbia University. She is the author of many

Firm Strategies in the Knowledge Economy (2007) and

books, including The Global City (2001, second edition) and

Working Regions: Reconnecting Innovation and Production in

Cities in a World Economy (2018, fifth edition).

the Knowledge Economy (2013).

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ECONOMICS

The Quality of Growth in Africa

Agriculture and Industry in Brazil

JOSEPH E. STIGLITZ, EDITORS

ALBERT FISHLOW AND JOSÉ EUSTÁQUIO

RAVI KANBUR, AKBAR NOMAN, AND

“This sparkling book provides a practical roadmap to prosperity.”

RIBEIRO VIEIRA FILHO “This book’s treatment of the importance of

—Célestin Monga, vice president and chief economist, African Development Bank Group

This book brings together prominent international contributors to consider a range of interrelated questions concerning the quality of growth in Africa, with a primary focus on sub-Saharan countries. Offering both diagnoses and prescriptions, The Quality of Growth in Africa helps envision a future that goes beyond increasing GDP to ensuring that growth translates into improvements in well-being. RAVI KANBUR

Innovation and Competitiveness

is T. H. Lee Professor of World Affairs, Inter-

national Professor of Applied Economics and Management, and professor of economics at Cornell University. AKBAR NOMAN

is senior fellow at the Initiative for Policy

Dialogue and adjunct associate professor of international

innovation in the Brazilian agricultural sector and the role that Embrapa played in that innovation is extremely interesting, important, and original.” —Steven M. Helfand, University of California, Riverside

Albert Fishlow and José Eustáquio Ribeiro Vieira Filho examine technological change in Brazil, highlighting the role of public policy in building institutions and creating an innovation-oriented environment. A study of the economics of Brazilian agriculture and industry, the book provides a special focus on the importance of innovation to productivity growth. ALBERT FISHLOW

is professor emeritus at the School of

International and Public Affairs at Columbia University. His many publications include Starting Over: Brazil Since 1985 (2011).

and public affairs at Columbia University. JOSÉ EUSTÁQUIO RIBEIRO VIEIRA FILHO JOSEPH E. STIGLITZ

is University Professor at Columbia

is currently

program director of the Office of the Executive Secretary

University and a recipient of several awards, including the

of the Brazilian Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock, and

Nobel Prize in Economic Sciences.

Supply. He is on leave from his tenured position as a senior researcher at the Institute of Applied Economic Research (IPEA-Brazil).

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In China’s Wake

How the Commodity Boom Transformed Development Strategies in the Global South NICHOLAS JEPSON “In China’s Wake is a bold and thorough piece of

Biotechnology Law

A Primer for Scientists ALAN J. MORRISON

“Brilliant inventors often create incredible products but struggle at the complex legal processes involved. The clear and succinct way Morrison takes the reader

research in the tradition of ‘big-picture’ global

through legal concepts makes this book essential

political economy. Steered by a theoretical

for every inventor, biotech company, and technology

framework, it weaves together China’s soaring

commercialization office, not only to understand the

demand for commodities; the boom in global

process but also to avoid making common costly

markets for metals, fuels and agricultural products;

mistakes.”

and development trajectories in resource-rich

—Jahanara Ali, director of the BioVenture eLab, Joan &

economies. The result is a fascinating contribution to

Sanford I. Weill Medical College of Cornell University

development studies.” —Robert H. Wade, London School of Economics and Political Science

Nicholas Jepson shows how Chinese demand not only transformed commodity markets but also provided resource-rich states with the financial leeway to set their own policy agendas. He combines analysis of China-led structural change with finegrained detail on how the commodities boom played out across fifteen different resource-rich countries. NICHOLAS JEPSON

This book is an essential introduction to biotechnology law for scientists, startup founders, regulatory specialists, patent liaisons, investors, academics, students, and other non-attorneys with biotech backgrounds. Biotechnology Law is a clear, concise, and entirely practical primer on the topic, replete with straightforward, real-world examples to illustrate each key concept. ALAN J. MORRISON

is a lecturer in the Department of

Biological Sciences at Columbia University. He practices biotechnology law in New York City.

is a lecturer in globalization and

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Trauma

Contemporary Directions in Trauma Theory, Research, and Practice Second edition

Second edition

MIRIAM POTOCKY AND MITRA NASEH

SHOSHANA RINGEL AND JERROLD R. BRANDELL, EDITORS “An excellent survey of the many facets of trauma and surely the best textbook for teaching on trauma.” —Eileen Dombo, Catholic University of America

An expanded and revised edition of the first social work text to focus specifically on the theoretical and clinical issues associated with trauma, this comprehensive anthology incorporates the latest research and clinical applications. Trauma focuses on the experiences of historically disenfranchised, marginalized, oppressed, and vulnerable groups. SHOSHANA RINGEL

Best Practices for Social Work with Refugees and Immigrants

is associate professor at the University

“Substantive, well-organized, reader-friendly, and comprehensive. A timely pancultural overview of policy issues that serve as the context for social work practice with immigrants.” —Jessica Rosenberg, Long Island University Brooklyn

The second edition of Best Practices for Social Work with Refugees and Immigrants offers an update to this comprehensive guide to social work with foreign-born clients. Using a rigorous evidence-based and pancultural approach, Miriam Potocky and Mitra Naseh identify best practices to meet the pressing needs of uprooted peoples. The new edition incorporates the latest research to provide a practical, up-to-date resource. is a professor in the School of Social

of Maryland School of Social Work. Among other works,

MIRIAM POTOCKY

she is coauthor with Jerrold R. Brandell of Attachment and

Work, Florida International University. She is an internation-

Dynamic Practice: An Integrative Guide for Social Workers

ally recognized expert on refugee resettlement.

and Other Clinicians (Columbia, 2007). JERROLD R. BRANDELL

is distinguished professor at

MITRA NASEH

is a PhD candidate in the School of Social

Work, Florida International University. She is the chair of the

Wayne State University School of Social Work. He is found-

special interest group on immigrants and refugees at the

ing editor in chief of Psychoanalytic Social Work, and his

Society for Social Work and Research.

books include Psychodynamic Social Work (Columbia, 2004).

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Statistics in Social Work

Queer Social Work

An Introduction to Practical Applications

Cases for LGBTQ+ Affirmative Practice

AMY BATCHELOR

TYLER M. ARGÜELLO, EDITOR

“Statistics in Social Work is a practical and effective

“Argüello and his colleagues’ rich history and

resource for social work students. Batchelor requires

expertise in the social work profession exemplifies

no prior knowledge of statistics from her readers

the meaning of rigorous and scholarly work, as

and explains topics in plain language with relatable

much as it illustrates a commitment to social justice

examples. Most importantly, she offers a social-

for members of the LGBTQ+ community. Their

justice perspective that emphasizes and integrates

timely and widely relevant contributions are truly

the core value of the social work profession.”

well constructed and will be useful for students,

—Ashley Davis, Boston University

practitioners, and educators alike across a variety of readership populations and diverse settings.”

This concise and approachable introduction to statistics limits its coverage to the concepts most relevant to social workers. Using concrete examples from a variety of potential social work concentrations and populations of interest, the book creates clear connections between theory and practice—and demonstrates the important contributions statistics can make to evidence-based and rigorous social work practice. AMY BATCHELOR

has taught Introduction to Statistics at

the Columbia University School of Social Work since 2016. She also works on federal budget policy in Washington, DC.

—Michael Dentato, Loyola University Chicago

This collection of case studies offers real-life scenarios from a range of social work scholars, educators, and practitioners, representing diverse sexualities, genders, and intersectional identities. Together, they demonstrate contemporary, multilevel, queer-affirming social work practice with LGBTQ+ people and communities. Chapters explore issues such as finding trans-affirming care for teens, methamphetamine abuse among elderly gay men, previously exploited teens reentering foster care, navigating nonmonogamous relationships, and more. TYLER M. ARGÜELLO

is assistant professor of social work

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COLUMBIA BOOKS ON ARCHITECTURE AND THE CITY

. . . and other such stories

2019 Chicago Architecture Biennial YESOMI UMOLU, SEPAKE ANGIAMA, AND PAULO TAVARES, EDITORS

What constitutes the social context of architecture? What kind of stories can be told about how lived experiences across global communities, cities, territories, and ecologies resonate with architectural and space-making practices? The 2019 Chicago Architecture Biennial explores the implications of architecture and the built environment as they relate to land, memory, rights, and civic participation— drawing buildings, planning, art, policy making, education, and activism into new conversations at global and civic scales. INCLUDES ESSAYS BY

Denise Ferreira da Silva Eduardo Kohn Lesley Lokko Pelin Tan INTERVIEWS BY THE EDITORS WITH

Cheyanne Turions and Vincent Tao Inam Kula and Aviwe Mandyanda Carmen Silva Emmanuel Pratt ALONGSIDE VISUAL DOSSIERS ON

FOR SALE THROUGHOUT THE WORLD

EACH OF THE BIENNIAL’S FOUR CURATORIAL FRAMES

Published in conjunction with the third iteration of the Chicago Architecture Biennial, . . . and other such stories extends the exhibition’s core questions through a range of essays, interviews, and visual dossiers, along with a section introducing the Biennial’s contributors. It is structured by a series of curatorial frames: “No Land Beyond” reflects on landscapes of belonging and sovereignty that challenge narrow definitions of land as property and commodity; “Appearances and Erasures” explores both shared and contested memories in consideration of monuments, memorials, and social histories; “Rights and Reclamations” foregrounds aspects of rights, advocacy, and civic purpose in architectural and spatial practices; and “Common Ground” addresses practices invested in producing and intervening in public space within and beyond the field of architecture. YESOMI UMOLU,

artistic director, is director and curator at the Reva

and David Logan Center for the Arts, University of Chicago, where she oversees a program of international contemporary art. She recently served on the curatorial advisory board for the United States Pavilion at the sixteenth Venice Architecture Biennale. SEPAKE ANGIAMA,

curator, is a curator and educator based in Europe.

She recently served as head of education for Documenta 14. PAULO TAVARES,

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is a professor at the Faculdade de Arquitetura e Urbanismo, University of Brasília. In 2017 he created the agency autonoma, dedicated to urban research and intervention.


LAURA KURGAN AND DARE BRAWLEY, EDITORS

LAURA KURGAN

is associate professor of architecture at

the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation at Columbia University, where she directs the Center for Spatial Research and the Visual Studies curriculum. She is the author of Close Up at a Distance: Mapping, Technology,

Conversations on the Geography of Itinerant Display LÉA-CATHERINE SZACKA, EDITOR

While architecture and display have long been intertwined practices, a rapid proliferation of large-scale perennial exhibitions— particularly in the twenty-first century—has resulted in the biennial / triennial becoming an integral part of the field, a new geography of itinerant display that has profoundly altered the contours of architectural thought. Biennials / Triennials questions a range of curatorial agents—including After Belonging Agency, Beatriz Colomina and Mark Wigley, Sarah Herda, Adrian Lahoud, Ippolito Pestellini, and Andre Tavares—and visits crucial sites of recent exhibitions that reveal what is at stake in the newfound ubiquity of the architectural–ennial. LÉA-CATHERINE SZACKA

is a lecturer in architectural stud-

ies at the Manchester Architecture Research Group (MARg), University of Manchester, and is the author of Exhibiting the Postmodern: The 1980 Venice Architecture Biennale (2016, winner of the SAHGB’s Alice Davis Hitchcock Medallion).

and Politics (2013). DARE BRAWLEY

is a researcher and designer. She is

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Today, the production and deployment of data are at the forefront of projects to grasp and reshape urban life. Ways of Knowing Cities considers the role of technology in generating, materializing, and contesting urban epistemologies—tracing an arc from ubiquitous sites of “smart” urbanism to discrete struggles over infrastructural governance to forgotten histories of segregation now naturalized in urban algorithms to exceptional territories of border policing. Bringing together architects, urbanists, artists, and scholars of critical migration studies, media theory, geography, anthropology, and literature, the book engages the information systems that structure urban space and social life in it to imagine alternative practices and generate new critical perspectives.

Biennials/Triennials

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assistant director of the Center for Spatial Research at the Graduate School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation at Columbia University.

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Superpowers of Scale

ANDRÉS JAQUE

The objects of architecture are not simply inert assemblies of material—they are complex entities that unfold their potential agencies (whether political, social, or environmental) in equally complex ways. Exploring these forms of architectural agency is a central aspect of the work of Andrés Jaque and the Office for Political Innovation, who, in addition to their built works, pursue a research practice through the many other media of architectural production. Their projects are reactive, intervening on what already exists to demonstrate how design, politics, and criticality operate across different scales and at the intersection of multiple realities. Jaque’s performances, videos, and installations—and this book, which collects a range of recent research projects—bring new subjects into the fold of architecture, focusing on alternative actors, distributions of power and representation, and the sociocultural effects of architecture. These episodes address ideas like genetic manipulation, the requeering of dequeered spaces of online interaction, and the selling of modern architectural comforts in order to subvert the field from within and to contest capitalism’s flattening-out of public life.

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Rather than propose alternative-from-scratch futuristic or idealized realities, Jaque and the Office for Political Innovation claim that reality is produced at the intersection of things like porn, interior design, maintenance, and the territorial distribution of toxicity. Documenting a series of performances, research projects, installations, films, characters, and exhibitions, Superpowers of Scale demonstrates the breadth of architectural knowledge and its possible representations. ANDRÉS JAQUE

is the founder of the Office for Political Innovation, an

architectural agency working in the intersection of design, research, and activism. The Office for Political Innovation has been awarded the 2016 Frederick Kiesler Prize from the City of Vienna, the SILVER LION at the fourteenth Venice Architecture Biennale, and the Dionisio Hernández Gil Award, among others. Jaque is also the director of the Advanced $35.00* / £27.00 paper 978-1-941332-57-3

Architectural Design Program at Columbia University Graduate School

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CHRISTINE BJERKE

is an architect, educator, and writer

based in Copenhagen. She is the cofounder of the international think tank In-Between Economies, and she completed her MArch. at the Bartlett School of Architecture, University College London. She currently teaches at the Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts, and her work has appeared in MacGuffin Magazine, Ed, Inflection Journal, and Archinect, among other publications.

Architecture, Historical Value, and the Electromagnetic Image CAITLIN BLANCHFIELD AND FARZIN LOTFI-JAM

Modernists were transfixed by the X-ray—a means of seeing through skin into systems of bones and tissue. What can X-rays reveal about the systems of modernism? Modern Management Methods asks how the value of a building is produced through instruments of expertise, management ideologies, and historical narratives. Through unorthodox survey practices, the project uses the imaging techniques of conservation and the documentary detritus of heritage preservation to show how scientific methods attempt to produce stable notions of history and value. Deploying the medium of the X-ray, Caitlin Blanchfield and Farzin Lotfi-Jam tell two related histories of building conservation, internationalism, and the making of modernist meaning through Le Corbusier’s Weissenhofsiedlung and the United Nations Headquarters in New York City. CAITLIN BLANCHFIELD

is a PhD candidate in architectural

history and theory at Columbia University and an editor of the Avery Review. FARZIN LOTFI-JAM is principal of

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The FX Beauties are an online trading collective of Japanese women—mostly housewives who trade digital currencies in lieu of leaving household savings in the lowinterest bank accounts commonly available in Japan. At their peak, the trading carried out by the women represented 30 percent of all retail currency trading out of Japan. By reworking the relationship between domesticity, cultural gender politics, financial systems, and decentralized networks, the FX Beauties demonstrate both the fragility and fortitude of gender norms in a neoliberal economy, as well as the ways that digital spaces encroach on domestic ones.

Modern Management Methods

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FX Beauties

Farzin Farzin and faculty in the Irwin S. Chanin School of Architecture at the Cooper Union.

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H A R R I N G T O N PA R K P R E S S

Homework Assignments and Handouts for LGBTQ+ Clients

A Mental Health and Counseling Handbook JOY S. WHITMAN AND CYNDY J. BOYD, EDITORS

“A very strong guidebook for helping professionals who work with LGBTQ+ clients. The editors should be applauded for organizing each facet of this massive notebook into a cohesive book.” —Michael P. Chaney, Oakland University

This comprehensive volume provides more than seventy affirming interventions in the form of homework assignments, handouts, and activities intended to help therapists and counselors support LGBTQ+ community members and their allies. Each chapter includes an objective, indications and contraindications, a brief vignette or case study, suggestions for follow-up, professional readings and resources, and references to supporting empirical studies. The editors emphasize a social-justice perspective that encourages counselors and therapists to hone their skills in creating change in their communities while helping their clients learn more effective coping strategies in the face of minority stress, bullying, microaggressions, and other challenges in daily living. Offering practical tools used by clinicians worldwide, the volume is particularly useful for courses in clinical and community counseling, social work, and psychology. JOY S. WHITMAN

is a licensed professional counselor in Missouri and

a licensed clinical professional counselor in Illinois. She currently is core faculty at the Family Institute of Northwestern University in the master’s Counseling@Northwestern program. President of the Association for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues in Counseling, Whitman is the coeditor of The Therapist’s Notebook for Lesbian, Gay, and FOR SALE THROUGHOUT THE WORLD

Bisexual Clients; Preparing the Educator in Counselor Education; and Skill Development in Counselor Education. CYNDY J. BOYD

is a licensed psychologist and associate director

and training director at Counseling and Psychological Services at the University of Pennsylvania. She has served on the board of directors of the Association for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues in Counseling, the Supervision and Training Section of Division 17 of the American Psychological Association, and the Association of Counseling Center Training Agencies.

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Transgender Sex Work and Society LARRY NUTTBROCK, EDITOR

OFFIC IAL S EL EC T ION , 2 019: OV E R T H E R A I N BOW BOOK L IST F R OM T H E G AY, L E S BI A N , BI S E XUA L , A N D TRA NS GEND ER R OUN D TA BL E O F T H E A M E R I CA N LI B R ARY ASS OC IAT IO N

This is the only book that systematically examines transgender sex work in the United States and globally. Bringing together perspectives from a rich range of disciplines and experiences, it is an invaluable resource on issues related to commercial sex in the transgender community and in the lives of trans sex workers, including mental health, substance use, relationship dynamics, encounters with the criminal justice system, and opportunities and challenges in the realm of public health.

The volume covers trans sex workers’ interactions with health, social service, and mental-health agencies, featuring more than forty contributors from across the globe. Synthesizing introductions by the editor help organize and put into context a vast and scattered research and empirical literature. The book is essential for researchers, health practitioners, and policy analysts in the areas of sex-work research, HIV/AIDS, and LGBTQ/gender studies. LARRY NUTTBROCK

received a PhD in sociology from Case Western

fellowship in psychiatric epidemiology at Columbia University. Currently

everyone working with transgender women and/or sex workers. Overall, Transgender Sex Work and Society simply does what it promises: offering a comprehensive overview of all aspects related to transgender sex work and society. . . . [It provides] numerous implications for policy and care and treatment for transgender sex workers.” —International Journal of Transgenderism

a private research consultant, he was previously affiliated with the National Development and Research Institutes in New York City. He recently completed a large NIH-funded study of HIV among transgender women and remains active in the field of transgender health.

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Reserve University. He subsequently completed a postdoctoral

“Strongly recommended for

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Displacement and Citizenship

Histories and Memories of Exclusion

Rethinking the Social Sciences with Sam Moyo

VIJAYA RAO, SHAMBHAVI PRAKASH,

PRAVEEN JHA, PARIS YEROS, AND

MALLARIKA SINHA ROY, AND PAPORI

WALTER CHAMBATI, EDITORS

BORA, EDITORS

F O R SA L E T H R O U G H O U T T H E WO R L D, E XC LU D I N G S O U T H A S I A

Displacement and citizenship are intricately connected in the contemporary flows of forced migration, internal displacement due to conflict situations, and developmentinduced migration. This book focuses on a number of diverse societies, each of which has been marked by displacement caused by colonial policies of land capture, slavery and indentured labor, and partition as well as modern immigration. This book seeks to explore the multiplicity of memories and experiences of belonging and exclusion. The volume draws from the fields of literature, humanities, and social sciences to reflect on the questions of displacement and citizenship from different vantage points. VIJAYA RAO

is professor at the Center for French and

Francophone Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University,

This book brings together renowned scholars from four continents to celebrate the lifelong and seminal contribution of Sam Moyo to the social sciences. Moyo was a Zimbabwean scholar whose intellectual trajectory was part and parcel of the emergence of a critical scholarship from the 1970s onward based in the realities and traditions of Africa and the Third World. His work influenced the global research agenda on diverse issues, especially when he actively defended the importance of research on land and agrarian questions at a time when such issues were being dismissed as passé. He went on to become a leading force in defense of the intellectual autonomy and epistemic sovereignty of the South. PRAVEEN JHA

is professor of economics at the Center for

Economic Studies and Planning and adjunct professor at the Center for Informal Sector and Labour Studies, School of Social Sciences, Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi.

New Delhi. SHAMBHAVI PRAKASH

is assistant professor at the Center

of German Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University.

PARIS YEROS

is professor of international economics at the

Federal University of ABC, São Paulo, Brazil, and coordinator of the postgraduate program in world political economy.

MALLARIKA SINHA ROY

teaches at the Center for

Women’s Studies, Jawaharlal Nehru University.

WALTER CHAMBATI

is executive director of the Sam Moyo

African Institute for Agrarian Studies, Harare. PAPORI BORA

is assistant professor at the Center for

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Alladi Memorial Lectures, Volume 2 ALLADI MEMORIAL TRUST

THE ALLADI MEMORIAL TRUST , founded in 1983 by Alladi

Kuppuswami, a member of the Drafting Committee of the

The Indian Experience

V. K. RAMACHANDRAN, MADHURA SWAMINATHAN, AND SHRUTI NAGBHUSHAN, EDITORS

The book is a compilation of papers examining women’s role in rural production systems in India. The book is divided into four sections: The first section explores conceptual, theoretical, and methodological issues with respect to understanding women’s work. The second and third sections present evidence from primary and secondary data on women’s work in agriculture and nonagricultural activities. This section includes a discussion of the nature of work among Dalit and Adivasi women. The fourth section provides a brief historical perspective of rural women’s employment in the colonial period. V. K. RAMACHANDRAN

is retired professor at the Economic

Analysis Unit, Indian Statistical Institute, Bangalore. is professor and head at

Constituent Assembly, holds lectures and seminars on issues

MADHURA SWAMINATHAN

relating to the Indian Constitution and constitutional law.

the Economic Analysis Unit, Indian Statistical Institute, Bangalore. SHRUTI NAGBHUSHAN

is research assistant at the Founda-

tion for Agrarian Studies.

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This is the second volume of a compilation of annual lectures delivered under the auspices of the Alladi Memorial Trust. Eminent jurists, lawyers, academicians, social activists, and distinguished people serving in several fields of cognitive endeavor have delivered the annual lectures organized in memory of Alladi Kuppuswami. The first fourteen lectures were compiled and published in 2009. The present volume contains ten of the subsequent annual lectures, from 2005 to 2018. These lectures were delivered by V. S. Rama Devi, Justice Jayachandra Reddy, Justice M. Jagannadha, Shantha Sinha, Anand Teltumbde, Justice Venkatarama Reddi, P. Sainath, Madhav Gadgil, Gopalkrishna Gandhi, and Neera Chandhoke. The book has an introduction by Justice Raghuram Goda.

Women in Rural Production Systems

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Hitchcock Annual

SIDNEY GOTTLIEB, EDITOR

The Hitchcock Annual seeks to publish the best in critical and scholarly essays in Hitchcock studies. We welcome articles from a wide variety of theoretical, critical, and historical perspectives on the life, work, and influence of Alfred Hitchcock.

All back issues of the Hitchcock Annual are available through Columbia University Press, as is The Hitchcock Annual Anthology: Selected Essays from Volumes 10–15, edited by Sidney Gottlieb and Richard Allen (2009, $26.00  paper  978-1-905673-95-4 /  $80.00 cloth 978-1-905673-96-1).

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Hitchcock Annual, volume 22, contains essays on Muybridge and Vertigo; undoing propaganda in Yeats, Hitchcock, and de Man; three newspaper articles Hitchcock wrote after visiting Hollywood in 1938; interviews with the screenwriters Arthur Laurents and Howard Fast; and a review article on several new books on Hitchcock.

Hitchcock Annual, volume 23, is scheduled to be published in December 2019. Planned contents include a critical study of Stage Fright, a newly rediscovered early essay by Hitchcock, and a review essay on recent books on Hitchcock.

Volume 22

SIDNEY GOTTLIEB

Volume 23

SIDNEY GOTTLIEB

is professor of media studies at Sacred

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is professor of media studies at Sacred

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Ruth Beckermann

ESZTER KONDOR AND MICHAEL LOEBENSTEIN, EDITORS

The Viennese filmmaker Ruth Beckermann has created an exciting and widely recognized body of essay and documentary films. Her work is both deeply personal and political. She discusses the complex relationship between history and the present and reflects on her identity as a Jewish woman in postwar Austria and Europe. Tropes of travel and migration feature heavily in her work as means of experiencing the world and of staying alive, literally as well as artistically.

This is the first English-language publication on Ruth Beckermann’s filmic oeuvre, including an original essay by Nick Pinkerton, an in-depth conversation with the artist conducted by Alexander Horwath and Michael Omasta, and a detailed filmography. ESZTER KONDOR

Praise for Ruth Beckermann “ ‘Do you know Ruth Beckermann?’ I do not know her, I say. But as soon as I take the Paper Bridge, its paths, its voices, its mists, its rivers, its passages, I realize that I recognize her, that I have always already known her. With joy I make her acquaintance again [re-connais], and I salute her, poet in images, painter in words, Voice that listens to the voices of old, the voices of the ages, today.”

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Beckermann’s films speak about identity conflicts and class struggle (Suddenly, a Strike), her family history in the Habsburg monarchy (Paper Bridge), and the war generation as it confronts the crimes of the Wehrmacht (East of War). In 2016, she turned the love affair between the poets Paul Celan and Ingeborg Bachmann in postwar Vienna into an unconventional feature film (The Dreamed Ones). In her latest project, The Waldheim Waltz (2018), Beckermann uses 1980s archival footage of the “Waldheim affair” to reflect on the mechanisms of populism and the media.

—Hélène Cixous

is the author of Aufbrechen, a German-language

chronicle of the early history of the Austrian Film Museum, where she has been working since 2009. MICHAEL LOEBENSTEIN

is the director of the Austrian Film Museum.

His work as a curator, researcher, and author since the late 1990s has focused on issues of film, digital media, culture, memory, archives, and museums. NICK PINKERTON

is a Cincinnati-born, Brooklyn-based writer focused

on moving-image-based art. ALEXANDER HORWATH

is an internationally acclaimed film curator

and critic and former director of the Austrian Film Museum. MICHAEL OMASTA

is the film editor of the Viennese weekly Falter and

has published widely in the area of film history.

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Some Intertextual Chords of Joseph Conrad’s Literary Art WIESŁAW KRAJKA, EDITOR

This monograph brings together studies that deal with various aspects of Joseph Conrad’s literary art. The core concept organizing its structure is intertextuality. Intertextual relationships are seen in terms of either affinities/points of contact and the influence of earlier literary works upon his oeuvre or the influence of Conrad’s texts upon literary works by authors following him. Each such relationship is understood as a chord that is vibrant and resonates with new meanings that emerge from the juxtaposition of literary works by Conrad with those by other artists; these new meanings add additional value and significance to Conrad’s literary art.

CONTENTS:

Wiesław Krajka: Introduction Peter Vernon: “More perjured eye”: On the Relevance of Under Western Eyes Megha Agarwal: Dissent and Descent: Literary Guidance and Transgression in the Inferno and “Heart of Darkness” Agata Łukasiewicz: Evil Lurking in the Shadows: An Analysis of the Supernatural in Joseph Conrad’s “The Inn of the Two Witches”

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Jacek Mydla: Spiritualism, Utilitarianism, and Sympathetic Narration in “The Black Mate” Valerie Kennedy: Mapping the Darkness: The World and the Self in Joseph Conrad’s “Heart of Darkness” and Graham Greene’s Journey Without Maps Wojciech Kozak: Conrad’s Africa Revisited: The Case of Muriel Spark Subhadeep Ray: Modernism’s Footprints: World, Text, and Ideology in Joseph Conrad and Manik Bandyopadhyay Katarzyna Sokołowska: The Visual and Beyond in Conrad’s “The Return” Kaoru Yamamoto: La folie Almayer: Madness in Joseph Conrad and René Magritte

The papers create a truly international constellation of criticism, with their authors affiliated at universities in France, United Kingdom, Turkey, India, Japan, and Poland. The papers apply various types of comparative treatment of Joseph Conrad’s texts: to juxtapose them with literary works by other authors, with specimens of a literary genre, with texts of other fine arts, and with aesthetic, philosophical, and ideological tendencies of the epoch. They apply a diverse range of perspectives to Conrad’s literary art, its intertexts, and contexts. The book is a tribute to the literary artistry of Conrad’s literary output, to its tremendous and inexhaustible semantic and artistic potential to be further explored. This book is volume 28 of the series Conrad: Eastern and Western Perspectives. WIESŁAW KRAJKA

is a professor in the English Department at Maria

Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin, Poland, and Jan Kochanowski University in Kielce, Poland. His research interests cover English nineteenth- and twentieth-century literature (especially Joseph Conrad), literary theory, and comparative literature. He is the author of Isolation and Ethos: A Study of Joseph Conrad (1992) and editor of Joseph Conrad’s Authorial Self: Polish and Other (2018), among others, and editor of the series Conrad: Eastern and Western Perspectives, published by Maria Curie-Skłodowska University Press.

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The Activity of Sektion Rassen- und Volkstumsforschung Institut für Deutsche Ostarbeit in the Light of New Source Materials MAŁGORZATA MAJ, MARCIN BROCKI, AND STANISŁAWA TREBUNIA-STASZEL, EDITORS

25 Years of Freedom and the Roma People SŁAWOMIR KAPRALSKI, MAŁGORZATA KOŁACZEK, AND JOANNA TALEWICZKWIATKOWSKA “This book is an important publication that brings together scholars and experts with Romani leaders and activists. It is about crossing boundaries, about the transcultural journey toward a society without

is an ethnologist in the Institute

of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology at Jagiellonian University. MARCIN BROCKI is an ethnologist and cultural anthropologist, assistant professor, and head of the Institute of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology at Jagiellonian University. STANISŁAWA TREBUNIA-STASZEL is an ethnolo-

discrimination, prejudice, and divisions.” —Tadeusz Paleczny, Institute of Intercultural Studies, Jagiellonian University

Over the past two decades, in the wake of the postcommunist transition, the emergence of Romani activism has been an important development accompanying political change. Alongside Romani associations, international NGOs have been increasingly involved in the struggle against discrimination toward Roma. This book discusses the emergence of the transitional Roma movement and the Roma issue in international politics. is a professor at the Pedagogical

gist at the Institute of Ethnology and Cultural Anthropology

SŁAWOMIR KAPRALSKI

at Jagiellonian University.

University in Krakow and a visiting lecturer at the Lancaster

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This volume presents a collection of texts describing research into the Sektion Rassen– und Volsktumsforschung of the Institut für Deutsche Ostarbeit—a Nazi-led institution that was established in occupied Poland during World War II. The book contains illustrations including photographs and documents such as medical and anthropological questionnaires and psychological tests. MAŁGORZATA MAJ

Direction: Future

JAGIELLONIAN UNIVERSITY PRESS

Anthropology and Ethnology During World War II

University MA program operated by the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw. MAŁGORZATA KOŁACZEK and JOANNA TALEWICZ-KWIATKOWSKA

are assistant

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Social Construction of Sex Work

Homes of the Homeless

Ethnography of Escort Agencies in Poland

On Studying Crisis Situations

IZABELA ŚLĘZAK

INGA B. KUŹMA

“Without moralizing or judging, this book provides

“This book offers a comprehensive approach

the reader with a reliable picture of sex work

to the problem of homelessness and a strong

performed by women who are made of flesh and

anthropological voice in defense of the dignity of

blood. This highly stereotyped fragment of the social

homeless people.”

world gets a human face.”

—Adam Pomieciński, Institute of Ethnology and Cultural

—Elżbieta Zakrzewska-Manterys, Institute of Applied Social Sciences, Warsaw University

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This book presents an analysis of the social organization of escort agencies in Poland. Izabela Ślęzak analyzes the interactions between sex workers and their clients as well as the relationships among the women providing sex services, their employers, and security workers. Based on ethnographic research carried out in escort agencies as well as unstructured interviews with their employees and clients, it is an important work of qualitative and interpretative sociology. IZABELA ŚLĘZAK

is assistant professor in the Institute

of Sociology of the University of Łódź. She is the author

Anthropology, University of Adam Mickiewicz in Poznań

This book examines the image of home as experienced and expressed by the men and women who are affected by the crisis of homelessness. Inga B. Kuźma focuses on describing and interpreting the stories of people from homeless centers who speak about the ups and downs of their lives. She draws attention to the stereotypically idealized image of home, which shows its real face when it is seen as a social construct. INGA B. KUŹMA

is a professor of cultural anthropology in

the Institute of Ethnology and Anthropology of Culture at the University of Łódź, where she is the head of the Laboratory of Practical Anthropology and the coordinator of the Social Innovation Center.

of an award-winning monograph entitled Praca kobiet świadczących usługi seksualne w agencjach towarzyskich (The work of female sex workers in escort agencies).

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The Temple Road Towards a Great India

Englishness Revisited

MARIUSZ GRANOSIK,

Birla Mandirs as a Strategy for Reconstructing Nation and Tradition

Contemporary Literary Representations of English National and Cultural Identity

ANITA GULCZYŃSKA,

MARTA KUDELSKA,

KAROLINA KOLENDA

Research, Practice, Education

MAŁGORZATA

DOROTA KAMIŃSKA-

KOSTRZYŃSKA, AND

JONES, AGNIESZKA STASZCZYK, AND

EDITORS

AGATA ŚWIERZOWSKA

This collective monograph offers new insight into participatory social work. Prepared by an international team of researchers, it seeks to help social workers and others from different geographic and sociocultural contexts to reflect on the implications and consequences of their work.

This book explores the temples founded by the Birla family in northern and central India. It examines their importance for national art as well as their function in the discourse on identity in pre-independence India.

MARIUSZ GRANOSIK

is associate

professor and ANITA GULCZYŃSKA and MAŁGORZATA KOSTRZYŃSKA are assistant professors in the Department of Social Pedagogy of the Faculty of Educational Sciences, University of Łódź. BRIAN LITTLECHILD is the research lead for social work at the School of Health and Social Work at the University of Hertfordshire. $55.00 / £43.00 paper 978-83-233-4599-2 J A N U A R Y   376 pages / 6.61'' x 9.45''/ 

MARTA KUDELSKA

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is an assistant professor in the

Faculty of Fine Arts at the Nicolaus

KAROLINA KOLENDA

is an assistant

professor at the Faculty of Art of the Pedagogical University of Krakow. She is also an art critic and curator.

Copernicus University in Torun. AGATA ŚWIERZOWSKA STASZCZYK

and AGNIESZKA

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BRIAN LITTLECHILD,

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are assistant professors

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Austerity

JOHN FENDER

F O R S A L E O N LY I N N O R T H A N D S O U T H A M E R I C A

Austerity has dominated economic debate across Europe and North America since the financial crisis of 2008. Governments have sought to cut and curtail deficits by reducing spending on goods and services, increasing taxation, and cutting welfare budgets. Because the implementation of austerity measures tends to coincide with high or rising unemployment, they are invariably contested and unpopular. In addition, austerity seems counterintuitive to many economists: it would appear to be more desirable to stimulate the economy through an expansion of fiscal policy. John Fender explains how the economics of austerity works in theory and how it has played out in practice in the UK, U.S., and the EU. He provides students with a clear and rigorous guide to the principles and mechanisms of austerity economics and offers a balanced point of reference for anyone keen to understand the economic thinking behind these contentious policy decisions. JOHN FENDER

is professor of macroeconomics and leader

The Political Economy of Housing Financialization GREGORY W. FULLER

The U.S. subprime mortgage crisis that nearly brought the global financial system to its knees showed that household debt is critical for national and international macroeconomic stability. Greg Fuller explores the growing role of mortgage markets in the macroeconomy and provides a comparative analysis of housing finance and its growth across a number of European economies and in the United States, considering how national housing systems diverge in a number of important ways. He links the degree of commodification and financialization within housing markets to both inequality and macroeconomic volatility. The book offers an insightful and timely discussion of the key political-economic consequences of household mortgage-debt expansion and shines new light on both government and consumer attitudes to saving and borrowing. GREGORY W. FULLER

is assistant professor of international

political economy at the University of Groningen. He is the author of The Great Debt Transformation (2016).

of the Macroeconomics and Finance Research Group at the University of Birmingham. His books include Inflation: A Contemporary Perspective and Monetary Policy. $25.00* paper 978-1-911116-93-6 $70.00 cloth 978-1-911116-92-9

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ECONOMICS

E CO N O M I C S

T H E E C O N O M Y: K E Y I D E A S

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Central Bank Independence and the Future of the Euro PANICOS DEMETRIADES

PANICOS DEMETRIADES

is professor of financial econom-

Towards a Post-Crisis Europe GEORGE PAPACONSTANTINOU

Europe as a common project is increasingly questioned by its citizens. Openness and tolerance are strained by xenophobic sentiments, and populists and extremists set the agenda. Europe is at a crossroads: a restructuring at the very least, if not a new settlement of power, is in the cards. This book attempts to understand what “postcrisis Europe” will look like and what the opportunities are to rethink its economic, social, and institutional architecture, as well as to address its nagging democratic deficit.

George Papaconstantinou is uniquely placed to offer commentary on the machinations of the union and its internal behavior. As Greek finance minister, he played a key role in the crisis, negotiating the first bailout with the Troika. after working for ten

ics at the University of Leicester. Between May 2012 and April

GEORGE PAPACONSTANTINOU,

2014, he served as governor of the Central Bank of Cyprus

years at the OECD in Paris, returned to Greece to serve in

and a member of the Governing Council of the European

a policy-advisory role for the Greek government. In 2007,

Central Bank. His insights into the banking crisis in Cyprus

he was elected to the Greek Parliament and in 2009 to the

have been published as Diary of the Euro Crisis in Cyprus:

European Parliament. In October 2009 he was appointed

Lessons for Bank Recovery and Resolution (2017).

finance minister in the newly formed government of George Papandreou.

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CO M PA R AT I V E P O L I T I C A L E CO N O M Y

F O R S A L E O N LY I N N O R T H A N D S O U T H A M E R I C A

During the global financial crisis, the European Central Bank was forced to take on powers that went well beyond the conventions of standard monetary policy to prevent European monetary union from unraveling. Panicos Demetriades, governor of the Central Bank of Cyprus during the country’s bailout in 2013, examines the role of the ECB and its adoption of these new powers, which have led to legal and political challenges, high level resignations, and the controversial removal of central bankers from their posts without due process. Demetriades argues that at a time when stability and action are needed to secure the future of the euro, the foundations of the Euro-system are being eroded, namely, its ability to act independently.

Whatever It Takes

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China’s Hong Kong

The Politics of a Global City TIM SUMMERS

F O R S A L E O N LY I N N O R T H A N D S O U T H A M E R I C A

At the time of Hong Kong’s handover from British to Chinese rule, there was much speculation over how and whether an open society and market economy would be respected by an authoritarian communist state. This book looks afresh at the constitutional settlement and considers whether it has been able to withstand the changes in Hong Kong, the economic rise of China, and the shifts in the global economy that have accompanied them. Tim Summers argues that the developments in Hong Kong have to be understood as a unique interplay among local, national, and global developments and challenges the assumption that the main dynamic at play in Hong Kong is its tussle for control with Beijing. TIM SUMMERS

is a lecturer in the Centre for China Studies

at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. He has been a senior consulting fellow at Chatham House, based in Hong Kong,

The Japanese Economy

HIROAKI RICHARD WATANABE

Hiroaki Richard Watanabe examines the ups and downs of Japan’s postwar economic history to offer an up-to-date and authoritative guide to the workings of Japan’s economy. He highlights the country’s distinct modes of business networks and Japan’s state market relationship and gives particular attention to human factors. Although often associated in Western minds with futuristic automated efficiency, Watanabe shows that Japan’s economy retains many inefficient practices that exhibit a longer history of economic nationalism and the legacy of a developmental state. The book provides a concise survey of Japan’s recent economic history, its characteristic features, and the challenges it continues to face, from economic stagnation to an aging population. It also reflects on what Japan’s experience suggests for its own future and its regional and global economic integration.

and was a British diplomat for thirteen years, including a

HIROAKI RICHARD WATANABE

posting as consul-general in Chongqing (2004–2007) and a

of East Asian Studies at the University of Sheffield. His books

period in Hong Kong (1996–2001).

include Labour Market Deregulation in Japan and Italy (2014).

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BUSINESS WITH CHINA

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The Economics of Oil and Gas XIAOYI MU

XIAOYI MU

is senior lecturer in energy economics in the

Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy at the University of Dundee. He was previously a senior consultant at Global Energy Decisions (now ABB Ventyx) in California, and worked as an analyst at the headquarters of CNPC, China’s largest oil and gas producer.

Travel in the Twenty-First Century DAVID METZ

Over recent decades, the UK’s transport system has undergone radical changes as a result of increased investment, the growth of population centers, and technological advancements. David Metz examines the role new business models and government policies have played, highlighting many of the unforeseen consequences for future development. He presents a nuanced overview of the modern transport system’s evolution and current state before examining ongoing developments and the impact of electric propulsion, digital geography and platforms, and autonomous vehicles. A rich analysis of the state of transportation, Driving Change is a key resource for students of transportation studies and policy professionals tasked with developing infrastructure and the growth of the transportation industry. DAVID METZ

is honorary professor in the Centre for Trans-

port Studies, University College London. He was formerly chief scientist at the UK Department for Transport. His books include Travel Fast or Smart? A Manifesto for an Intelligent Transport Policy (2016) and Peak Car: The Future of Travel (2014).

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THE ECONOMICS OF BIG BUSINESS

E CO N O M I C S   /   P U B L I C P O L I C Y

F O R S A L E O N LY I N N O R T H A N D S O U T H A M E R I C A

This book examines the economics of the entire value chain of the oil and gas industry, from exploration, development, and production to transportation, refining, and marketing. Xiaoyi Mu describes some of the unique economic challenges the industry faces, including negotiating international contracts with host countries, implementing cross-border pipelines, dealing with huge variations in taxation, and reacting to the effect of price control and subsidization in the OPEC nations. He presents economic theory in a form accessible to noneconomists, considering the needs of readers interested in energy policy as well as energy economics. The book is suitable for courses in energy economics, energy management, energy finance, petroleum law, and energy policy and will be welcomed by professionals working in government, industry, and NGOs.

Driving Change

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General Equilibrium

YVES BALASKO

F O R S A L E O N LY I N N O R T H A N D S O U T H A M E R I C A

The theory of general equilibrium offers a simplified guide to how real economies function, describing how production, prices, demand, and consumer preference interact in multiple markets and tend toward a state of equilibrium. It remained a largely theoretical exercise until the advent of the computer age, when large amounts of data could be processed to model national economies on an unprecedented scale. Written by one of the key pioneers in the field, this book offers an accessible introduction to general equilibrium theory. Written for undergraduates taking courses in economic theory and modeling who have limited mathematical proficiency, the book fills a gap between forbidding technical expositions and less rigorous elementary ones. YVES BALASKO

is professor of economics at the University

of York. He was previously professor of mathematical economics at the University of Geneva and professor of mathematics at University of Paris I (Panthéon-Sorbonne). His books include The General Equilibrium Theory of Value (2011) and The Equilibrium Manifold (2009).

The Power of Finance

Financialization and the Real Economy MALCOLM SAWYER

Finance has long been an integral part of the capitalist economy, yet since the 1970s the realm of finance has burgeoned, reaching well beyond its traditional funding roles. The Power of Finance explores the pervasive forms that financialization has taken, its rise as a global phenomenon, its impact on economic growth, and its effect on businesses and the costs that we pay. Malcolm Sawyer, a leading authority on financialization, gives an unrivaled overview of the development of financialization and its role as both an enabler and a driver of inequality. He asks whether finance has become a burden to growth and what, if anything, can be done to tame and control its power. For anyone who wants to understand why the financial crisis occurred and why nothing much has changed, this is essential reading. MALCOLM SAWYER

is emeritus professor of economics

at the University of Leeds. He was founding editor of the International Review of Applied Economics and is the author of a dozen books, including, most recently, Can the Euro Survive?

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LAWRENCE J. LAU

“Everyone, everywhere, is potentially affected by United States and China. Lau’s timely book is full of careful analysis, penetrating insight, and helpful suggestions from the world’s preeminent economist on this relationship.” —Michael J. Boskin, Stanford University

Lawrence J. Lau shows that while the real effects of the China-U.S. trade war in 2018 are not negligible, they are relatively manageable for both nations. It is up to each government to battle against the rise of xenophobia, based on the fact that ChinaU.S. economic collaboration is a potentially positive-sum game. “This study should be read carefully by anyone working on these issues for their governments, for the press, as well as any individual citizen who wants to understand the issues.” —Dwight H. Perkins, Harvard University LAWRENCE J. LAU

is Kwoh-Ting Li Professor in Economic

Development Emeritus at Stanford University and Ralph and Claire Landau Professor of Economics at the Chinese

And Other Unforeseen Benefits of Studying Chinese PERRY LINK, EDITOR

This is a collection of essays by some of the world’s most renowned China experts, who share personal recollections of their time in China—often beginning in the 1970s, when foreigners were just beginning to navigate the linguistic and cultural terrain of that country—and reflect on what learning Chinese has meant to them in their careers and lives. These ten native English speakers (including veteran journalists, an expert in Chinese art history, a scholar of classical Chinese literature, a teacher of Chinese language, an economics policy advisor, business people, and an expert in Chinese law) share how learning and speaking Chinese has removed barriers, built rapport, opened doors, and sometimes led them down entirely unexpected roads that changed the course of their lives. PERRY LINK

is professor emeritus of East Asian studies at

Princeton University and Chancellorial Chair for Teaching Across Disciplines, University of California, Riverside.

University of Hong Kong.

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events in the world’s two largest economies, the

Wittgenstein, a One-Way Ticket

CHINESE UNIVERSITY PRESS

The China-U.S. Trade War and Future Economic Relations

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CHINESE UNIVERSITY PRESS

Keywords in Chinese Culture

WAI-YEE LI AND YURI PINES, EDITORS

“A master class in literary and cultural interpretation. As an introduction to a vast and diverse tradition and as a guide to the arts of reading, this volume is a F O R S A L E O N LY I N T H E U N I T E D S TAT E S , C A N A D A , M E X I C O , C E N T R A L A M E R I C A , SOUTH AMERICA, THE CARRIBBEAN, AUSTRALIA, AND NEW ZEALAND

skeleton key that will delight any scholar.” —David Schaberg, author of A Patterned Past: Form and Thought in Early Chinese Historiography

Like every culture, Chinese has its set of keywords: pivotal terms of political, ethical, literary, and philosophical discourse. Tracing the origins, development, polysemy, and usages of keywords is one of the best ways to chart cultural and historical changes. This volume analyzes some of these keywords from different disciplinary and temporal perspectives, offering a new integrative study of their semantic richness, development trajectory, and distinct usages in Chinese culture. WAI-YEE LI

is professor of Chinese literature at Harvard

The Mingjia and Related Texts

Essentials in the Understanding of the Development of Pre-Qin Philosophy IAN JOHNSTON AND WANG PING, TRANSLATORS

The Mingjia (School of Names) is a notional grouping of philosophers living between the sixth and third centuries BCE whose identifying feature was a concern with linguistic issues, particularly involving the correct use of names. It is an important group for an understanding of the development of pre-Qin philosophy. This work contains four sections: the extant writings of the four men; all significant references to them in other works up to the fourth century CE; other significant writing on the topics up to that time; and four appendixes on specific issues concerning the school. IAN JOHNSTON

is an independent scholar pursuing a

lifelong interest in ancient languages, including translations

University. Her books include Women and National Trauma in

of Chinese classics such as the Mozi and the Daxue and

Late Imperial Chinese Literature (2014).

Zhongyong.

YURI PINES

is professor of Chinese history at the Hebrew

University of Jerusalem. His monographs include The Book

WANG PING

is a senior lecturer in the School of Languages

and Linguistics, University of New South Wales.

of Lord Shang: Apologetics of State Power in Early China (Columbia, 2017).

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Law and Practice, 2018–19 Edition AYESHA MACPHERSON LAU AND MICHAEL OLESNICKY

CHINESE UNIVERSITY PRESS

Hong Kong Taxation

Speech and Silence

International Poetry Nights in Hong Kong 2019 SHELBY K. Y. CHAN, LUCAS KLEIN, AND CHRIS SONG, EDITORS

AYESHA MACPHERSON LAU

is the partner in charge of tax

services, Hong Kong SAR, KPMG China. MICHAEL OLESNICKY

is a senior advisor at KPMG in

Hong Kong.

International Poetry Nights in Hong Kong (IPNHK) is an award-winning biennial festival founded by the renowned Chinese poet Bei Dao. IPNHK will invite thirty poets from different parts of the world to celebrate its tenth anniversary. The poets include Ana Blandiana (Romania), Jan Wagner (Germany), Forrest Gander (United States), Ijeoma Umebinyuo (Nigeria), Sergio Raimondi (Argentina), K. Satchidanandan (India), Zheng Xiaoqiong (China), and others. Their work is presented in an anthology as well as a box set collection, which includes chapbooks of the invited poets accompanied by English and Chinese translations in bilingual or trilingual formats. SHELBY K. Y. CHAN

is assistant professor at the School of

Translation, Hang Seng Management College. LUCAS KLEIN is a father, writer, and translator, as well as a teacher in the School of Chinese at the University of Hong Kong. CHRIS SONG

is a poet, translator, and editor based in Hong Kong.

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This book covers the major areas of Hong Kong taxation—profits tax, salaries tax, property tax, personal assessment, and stamp duty, as well as a general overview of international tax issues and how they pertain to Hong Kong. The book explains the principles and practice of Hong Kong taxation law together with the relevant Court and Board of Review decisions and contains numerous practical examples. The new edition includes legislative changes up to July 31, 2018, as well as the latest developments pertaining to the OECD’s Base Erosion and Profit Shifting (BEPS) project and the proposed measures to be adopted by Hong Kong.

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Stalker

Ex Machina

Andrei Tarkovsky’s most ambitious work, Stalker (1977), is arguably the most thoughtful science fiction film ever made. Stalker parallels its speculative elements with a harrowing narrative of human fragility. It is as much a movie about the complexity of its characters as the mysteriousness of its labyrinthine landscape, the ambiguous Zone and its heart, the Room of Desire. It is at once a darkly nihilistic film, ominous and threatening, and yet also profoundly hopeful and at its core a story of true faith. This book attempts to unravel the film’s complexities, from its difficult production through its composition and cinematography, the many philosophies it engages with, its poetic and literary allusions, and the enormity of its influence. Jon Hoel explores how Stalker challenges us to engage with film in a different way, resulting in a poetic cinema that still affects us profoundly.

Ex Machina (2014) impressed critics and audiences alike with its bold ideas and all-too-realistic depiction of the unexpected consequences of constructing a sentient being. In his feature directorial debut, Alex Garland uses efficient storytelling, a compelling narrative, and heady concepts to create a modern science-fiction masterpiece that explores gender, scientific advancement, and the very concept of humanity, all in a compelling, suspenseful film. Artificial intelligence has long been a sci-fi staple, but here, Garland posits what would happen if, for once, humans, rather than AI, were the real villains. In exploring Ex Machina’s ideas about consciousness, embodiment, and masculinity, all through the lens of a misogynist mad scientist, Joshua Grimm argues the result is a fascinating, truly unique film that immediately established Garland as a breakout voice in the landscape of science-fiction film.

JON HOEL

F O R S A L E O N LY I N A S I A , A U S T R A L I A , C A N A D A , T H E C A R I B B E A N , C E N T R A L A M E R I C A , M E X I C O , N E W Z E A L A N D , S O U T H A M E R I C A , A N D T H E U N I T E D S TAT E S

JON HOEL

is a New England essayist and poet. He has an

JOSHUA GRIMM

MFA in writing from Sarah Lawrence College and has pub-

JOSHUA GRIMM

lished writing with many journals including Black Lawrence

School of Mass Communication at Louisiana State University.

is an associate professor at the Manship

Press, Cathexis Northwest Press, love&squalor, fisheatsharks,

His research focuses on media portrayals of race, gender

and Thesis XII.

and sexuality, themes he explored in his volume on the film It Follows (Auteur, 2018).

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JOSEPH MADDREY

JOSEPH MADDREY

is a television writer and documentary

filmmaker, as well as the author of eight nonfiction books and one graphic novel. His books include Nightmares in Red,

REBEKAH OWENS

Aimed at newcomers to literature and film, this book is a guide for the analysis of Shakespeare on film. Starting with an introduction to the main challenge faced by any director—the early-modern language— the book offers case studies of twelve films most often used in classroom teaching, including Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth, and The Tempest. Chapters explore how a director can pay homage to the theatrical origins of the work; the use of setting as a visual analogy with the preoccupations of the story; how some films use recent history to add a further layer of meaning to the story; the status of Shakespeare as a distinctive, easily recognized brand; and how his work can be reimagined in completely different genres. REBEKAH OWENS

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PIOTR PIETRZAK, EDITOR

The Journal of Romanian Studies, jointly developed by the Society for Romanian Studies and ibidem Press, examines critical issues in Romanian studies, linking work in that field to wider theoretical debates and issues of current relevance.

In Statu Nascendi is a journal that investigates specific issues through a sociocultural, philosophical, and anthropological approach to raise a new type of civic awareness about the complexity of contemporary crisis, instability, and warfare situations, where the “stage-of-becoming” plays a vital role.

Volume 5, No. 2 (2019)

Volume 1, No. 2 (2019) MARGARET BEISSINGER,

GUEST EDITORS

This issue deals with Russia’s post-Maidan foreign policy toward former Soviet states. It also features special sections on multilingualism in Ukraine and Russia’s annexation of Crimea. GEORGE SOROKA STĘPNIEWSKI

and TOMASZ

are coeditors of

MARGARET HIEBERT BEISSINGER

Ukraine After Maidan: Revisiting

teaches in the Department of Slavic

Domestic and Regional Security

Languages and Literatures at

(ibidem, 2018).

Princeton University. RADU CINPOES

PIOTR PIETRZAK

is a PhD candidate

at Sofia University St. Kliment Ohridiski.

is head of the Department of Politics and senior lecturer in politics, human rights, and international relations at Kingston University, London. LAVINIA STAN

is Jules Leger Research Chair

and professor of comparative politics at St. Francis Xavier University as well as president of the Society for Romanian Studies.

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POLITICAL SCIENCE

F O R S A L E O N LY I N T H E U N I T E D S TAT E S , C A N A D A , M E X I C O , C E N T R A L A M E R I C A , S O U T H A M E R I C A , C A R I B B E A N , AU ST R A L I A , N E W Z E A L A N D, A N D A S I A ( E XC LU D I N G C H I N A A N D I N D I A )

GEORGE SOROKA AND

Journal of Political Philosophy and International Relations, Volume 2, No. 2 (2019)

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Tracking the Rise of the Radical Right Globally CARR Yearbook 2018/2019

WILLIAM ALLCHORN, EDITOR

Europe in the Caucasus, Caucasus in Europe

Perspectives on the Construction of a Region THOMAS KRUESSMANN AND

F O R S A L E O N LY I N T H E U N I T E D S TAT E S , C A N A D A , M E X I C O , C E N T R A L A M E R I C A , S O U T H A M E R I C A , C A R I B B E A N , AU ST R A L I A , N E W Z E A L A N D, A N D A S I A ( E XC LU D I N G C H I N A A N D I N D I A )

This yearbook pulls together the best commentary and analysis from an international consortium of expert scholars examining the ebb and flow of radical-right movements from around the world. Starting with a concise analysis of key definitions of the radical right and historical precursors, it surveys European, American, and nonWestern manifestations of the radical right. The book ends with a thematic analysis of key tactics and issues related to the radical right—including social media, hate crimes, and terrorism. WILLIAM ALLCHORN

is associate director of the Centre

for the Analysis of the Radical Right. He is the author of

ANDREY MAKARYCHEV, EDITORS

This volume emphasizes the movements of ideas in both directions—from Europe to the Caucasus and from the Caucasus to Europe. This perspective illuminates new aspects of a variety of issues requiring reciprocity and intersubjectivity, including various dimensions of interaction amid ongoing conflict with Russia and different ways of using European experiences for the sake of domestic reforms in the South Caucasus. ANDREY MAKARYCHEV

is guest professor at the Johan

Skytte Institute of Political Science at the University of Tartu.

Anti-Islamic Protest in the UK: Policy Responses to the Far

He is coauthor of Celebrating Borderlands in a Wider Europe:

Right (2018).

Nations and Identities in Ukraine, Georgia, and Estonia (2016). THOMAS KRUESSMANN

is senior research associate with

the Global Europe Centre of the University of Kent. He is president of the Association of European Studies for the Caucasus and was founding director of the Russian, East European & Eurasian Studies Centre at the University of Graz.

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SOFIYA AN

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of Humanities and Social Sciences at Nazarbayev University. TATIANA CHUBAROVA

is a senior research fellow at the

Institute of Economy, Russian Academy of Sciences. BOB DEACON

(1944–2017) was honorary professor in

global social policy at the University of York and emeritus professor of international social policy at the University of

Bridging Knowledge and Policies Towards Social Change GABRIELE KOEHLER, ALBERTO D. CIMADAMORE, FADIA KIWAN, AND PEDRO MANUEL MONREAL GONZALEZ, EDITORS

“Illuminates the dangers of ignoring power structures as a major axis of discrimination.” —Aniruddha Bonnerjee, director of Policymetrica, Kolkata

This volume looks at concepts and processes of social exclusion and inclusion, combining analysis that is critical of academic and UN discourse with narratives based on ethnographic field research. GABRIELE KOEHLER

Development. ALBERTO D. CIMADAMORE is the CROP Scientific Director, professor of theory of international relations at the University of Buenos Aires, and researcher at the National Council of Scientific and Technological Research of Argentina. FADIA KIWAN is professor of political science and founder of the Institute of Political Science at Saint Joseph University of Beirut. She is president of the UNESCO MOST Scientific Advisory Committee and director general of the Arab Women Organization. PEDRO MANUEL MONREAL GONZALEZ

Sheffield.

is a senior research associate affili-

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is program specialist, Sector for Social and

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is a UK-born sociologist who is currently a

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C R O P I N T E R N AT I O N A L P OV E R T Y S T U D I E S

C R O P I N T E R N AT I O N A L P OV E R T Y S T U D I E S

F O R S A L E O N LY I N T H E U N I T E D S TAT E S , C A N A D A , M E X I C O , C E N T R A L A M E R I C A , S O U T H A M E R I C A , C A R I B B E A N , AU ST R A L I A , N E W Z E A L A N D, A N D A S I A ( E XC LU D I N G C H I N A A N D I N D I A )

This book takes stock of the diverse and divergent welfare trajectories of postsocialist countries across central, eastern, and southeastern Europe and the former Soviet Union. It traces the impacts in terms of poverty, well-being, and inequality of over two decades of transformation, addressing both the legacy effects of socialist welfare systems and the installation of new social, political, and economic structures and, in many cases, new independent nation-states.

The Politics of Social Inclusion

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Putting Children First

In Their Own Voices

New Frontiers in the Fight Against Child Poverty in Africa

Conversations with African Emerging Leaders

KEETIE ROELEN, RICHARD MORGAN,

KRISTINA BEKENOVA, EDITOR

AND YISAK TAFERE, EDITORS “This book offers a truly authentic discussion from an

F O R S A L E O N LY I N T H E U N I T E D S TAT E S , C A N A D A , M E X I C O , C E N T R A L A M E R I C A , S O U T H A M E R I C A , C A R I B B E A N , AU ST R A L I A , N E W Z E A L A N D, A N D A S I A ( E XC LU D I N G C H I N A A N D I N D I A )

Despite important strides in the fight against poverty in the past two decades, child poverty remains widespread and persistent, particularly in Africa. Poverty in all its dimensions is detrimental for early childhood development and leads to often unreversed damage, locking families into intergenerational poverty. This edited volume contributes to the policy initiatives aiming to reduce child poverty by bringing together applied research from across the continent. It challenges existing narratives around child poverty, exploring alternative understandings of its complexities and dynamics and examining policy options that work to reduce child poverty. KEETIE ROELEN

is research fellow and codirector of the

Centre for Social Protection at the Institute of Development Studies, UK.

African perspective.” —Ronnie Rock-Moore, Nazarbayev University

Kristina Bekenova presents a collection of interviews with fifteen African emerging leaders, young scholars and researchers, musicians, poets, artists, doctors, philanthropists, environmentalists, defenders of animal rights, tour operators, and treasurers of traditional culture, from the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, the Gambia, Nigeria, Malawi, Rwanda, Somaliland, South Africa, South Sudan, and Zimbabwe. The interviewees explain what Africa needs most, what they are doing about it, what vision for Africa they have, and how they think their ideas can be implemented. KRISTINA BEKENOVA

worked as a volunteer correspon-

dent in African politics and policy from 2016 to 2018. She holds a master’s degree in international relations from

RICHARD MORGAN

is the international advocacy director

Zhejiang University.

for Plan International, promoting the rights of girls and gender equality worldwide. YISAK TAFERE

is a coordinator of the Ethiopian Center for

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Memory as Philosophy

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In Search of Ultimate Reality

Inside the Cosmologist’s Abyss H. CHRIS RANSFORD “Books like this—that draw upon mathematics, physics, philosophy,

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that our civilization might rise

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reflecting.”

overcome some of the issues that

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confront us.”

Emory University

Dustin Peone argues that memory is the foundation of philosophical thought. He advocates a doctrine of “memory as philosophy” that understands memory not merely in its psychological sense but as the key to metaphysical and moral thinking. DUSTIN PEONE

is lecturer in

—Greg Matloff, City University of New York

H. Chris Ransford shows why full nothingness—a nothingness within which even the disembodied laws of mathematics would not exist—cannot possibly exist, and considers what most likely underpins and enables reality. H. CHRIS RANSFORD

is the author

philosophy and core studies at

of God and the Mathematics of Infinity

Oglethorpe University.

(ibidem, 2017).

A Journey of Discovery NINA SELBST

This book views the world through the rippling, complex lens of water. It looks at the emergence of civilizations and their decay, delves into creation myths, and ponders the place of water in the human psyche as expressed in art, poetry, and folklore. In addition to considering water as a source of energy, a conduit of transportation, and a consumer good, Nina Selbst examines changing concepts of physical and spiritual cleanliness and notes the magical powers of springs, wishing wells, and rainmakers. NINA SELBST

was born in 1928.

During her long career in the business of water management, she caught glimpses of the many and varied links between water and the human experience.

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philosophy, offers an original

Writ in Water

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Janet Frame’s World of Books PATRICIA NEVILLE “Neville has lit up Frame’s writing

“Nailed to the rolls of honour, crucified”: Irish Literary Responses to the Great War

to write about this complex,

The War Writings of Patrick MacGill, James Hanley, and Liam O’Flaherty

challenging writer.”

ROBERT STARR

world for me more vividly than any of the many who have tried

F O R S A L E O N LY I N T H E U N I T E D S TAT E S , C A N A D A , M E X I C O , C E N T R A L A M E R I C A , S O U T H A M E R I C A , C A R I B B E A N , AU ST R A L I A , N E W Z E A L A N D, A N D A S I A ( E XC LU D I N G C H I N A A N D I N D I A )

—Patrick Evans, professor emeritus of English, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand

This study investigates how Janet Frame weaves together literary sources to create a web of intertextual relationships. Drawing on new research and through close readings of Frame’s novels, Patricia Neville discusses the effects of Frame’s borrowings from the Bible and Shakespeare and from writing from New Zealand, Britain, France, and the United States. PATRICIA NEVILLE

is a retired

This book explores the war writings of Patrick MacGill, James Hanley, and Liam O’Flaherty, working-class Roman Catholic Irishmen who fought in the First World War. Considering them as a distinct trio of war writers, Robert Starr discusses class, camaraderie, violence, religion, trauma, and the body. ROBERT STARR

worked in law en-

Speaking like a Spanish Cow

Cultural Errors in Translation

CLÍONA NÍ RÍORDÁIN AND STEPHANIE SCHWERTER, EDITORS “A valuable contribution to the multidimensional understanding of cultural errors in translation.” —Jean-René Ladmiral, Université Paris-Nanterre, author of Traduire— Théorèmes pour la traduction

What is a cultural error? What are the consequences of such errors for translations? The contributors to this volume provide an innovative reading of a key term in translation studies. CLÍONA NÍ RÍORDÁIN

is professor

forcement in England and music while

of translation studies at the Université

living on the East Coast of America

Sorbonne Nouvelle–Paris 3, France. Her

before attending the Universities of

translation of Michel Déon’s Horseman,

Central England, Cambridge, and

Pass By! was published in 2017.

Warwick, where he completed his PhD. STEPHANIE SCHWERTER

is professor

English teacher researching a doctoral

of Anglophone literature at the Univer-

thesis with the Open University in

sité Polytechnique Hauts-de-France.

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Pop Beckett

Beyond the Wall

Intersections with Popular Culture

Chapters on Urban Jerusalem

PAUL STEWART AND DAVID PATTIE,

HEIKE ZAUN-GOSHEN

EDITORS

Foreword by Teddy Kollek

“Samuel Beckett—the ‘moody man of letters’—can be found in the most unexpected places, from the Muppets to Game of Thrones. The essays in this superb volume reveal new perspectives for

and how popular culture engages with Beckett.” —Sam Slote, Trinity College Dublin

This collection of essays examines how popular-cultural forms and media are woven into the fabric of Beckett’s works and how Beckett continues to have far-reaching effect on popular culture today in a host of different forms. PAUL STEWART

is professor of literature at the University

of Nicosia. He is the author of two books on Beckett—Sex and Aesthetics in Samuel Beckett’s Works (2011) and Zone of Evaporation: Samuel Beckett’s Disjunctions (2006)—and the series editor for Samuel Beckett in Company. DAVID PATTIE

is senior lecturer in drama at the University

of Birmingham. He is the author of The Complete Critical

HEIKE ZAUN-GOSHEN

was born in Germany. Today, she

works as a writer, translator, and artist and lives in Dimona, Israel.

Guide to Samuel Beckett (2001), Rock Music in Performance (2007), and Modern British Playwrights: the 1950s (2012).

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S A M U E L B E C K E T T I N C O M PA N Y

H I S TO R Y

F O R S A L E O N LY I N T H E U N I T E D S TAT E S , C A N A D A , M E X I C O , C E N T R A L A M E R I C A , S O U T H A M E R I C A , C A R I B B E A N , AU ST R A L I A , N E W Z E A L A N D, A N D A S I A ( E XC LU D I N G C H I N A A N D I N D I A )

understanding both Beckett’s works and his legacies, showing both how he engages with popular culture

Jerusalem is not only an important historical and spiritual site but also home and workplace to three-quarters of a million people and the Middle East’s most controversial urban center. Yet the city we know today can only be understood against the background of the rapid changes that took place in the second half of the nineteenth and the first decades of the twentieth centuries. Beyond the Wall sheds light on 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—a subject that is often neglected—and a foreword by Teddy Kollek, who served as the city’s mayor for almost thirty years.

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Power and Its Logic

Politics and How to Master It DOMINIK MEIER WITH CHRISTIAN BLUM

Mediated Bordering

Eurosur, the Refugee Boat, and the Construction of an External EU Border SABRINA ELLEBRECHT

F O R S A L E O N LY I N T H E U N I T E D S TAT E S , C A N A D A , M E X I C O , CENTRAL AMERICA, SOUTH AMERICA, THE CARIBBEAN, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, AND ASIA

Power is the essence of politics. Drawing on two decades of international experience in political consulting, Dominik Meier and Christian Blum give profound and honest insights into how power functions. Introducing their power-leadership approach, the authors provide both a conceptual and a theoretical analysis of power and present the tools to exercise power successfully in the political domain. The Logic of Power is an enlightening guidebook for decision makers in politics, business, and civil society; consultants and policy advisers; students and scholars; and anyone looking to understand how power is constructed. DOMINIK MEIER

is the owner and managing director of

Miller & Meier Consulting, a political-strategy consultancy he cofounded in 1997. He is chairman of the German Association of Political Consultants, vice president of the Public Affairs Community of Europe, and a member of the Advisory Board of Transparency International Germany. CHRISTIAN BLUM

is head of office and network coordinator

of Miller & Meier Consulting. He is a lecturer at the German Academic Scholarship Foundation.

The external border of the EU remains under permanent construction. Sabrina Ellebrecht engages with two of its primary building sites—the European Border Surveillance System (Eurosur) and the Refugee Boat. She analyzes how the function and quality of the EU’s current political border is crafted, shaped, produced, and eventually stabilized through these two mediators. Eurosur and the Refugee Boat catalyze and craft a level of Europeanization that has hitherto—and would otherwise have been—impossible. While Eurosur mobilizes the limits of border policing in various ways, the Refugee Boat functions as the vacillating European Other to legitimize both control and humanitarian interventions. The study shows the specific, if not constitutive ambivalences of EU border policies and explores the emergence of “viapolitics.” SABRINA ELLEBRECHT

is a researcher at the Centre for

Security and Society at the University of Freiburg, Germany. She specializes in the field of border studies, EU migration and border-control policies, and critical security studies.

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Design Dispersed

Forms of Migration and Flight BURCU DOGRAMACI AND KERSTIN PINTHER, EDITORS

BURCU DOGRAMACI

is professor of modern and con-

A Youth Culture Under Pressure from Commercialization and Sportification JÜRGEN SCHWIER AND VEITH KILBERTH, EDITORS

The inclusion of skateboarding as an official discipline in the 2020 Olympic Games marks the pinnacle of a decades-long process of commercialization and sportification. Is the tightly knit subculture in danger of losing its identity? This anthology creates an analytical framework for understanding the fundamental conflict between skateboarding’s core ethos and the tenets of institutionalized sports. Eleven international authors provide a unique perspective on the manifold manifestations of skateboarding. JÜRGEN SCHWIER

is a professor of kinesiology and the

sociology of sport at the Europa-University Flensburg. His research focus includes sports communications, physical education, and the development of trend sports. VEITH KILBERTH

blends his sports sciences diploma from

temporary art history at the Ludwig-Maximilian University

the University of Cologne with experience as a former pro-

Munich.

fessional skateboarder. Currently a doctoral candidate at the

KERSTIN PINTHER

is professor of African art history at

the art history department of Ludwig-Maximilian University Munich. As a curator, she organized the exhibition Afropolis: City, Media, Art.

Europa University Flensburg, he plans and realizes skate park projects as a partner in the agency Landskate. He specializes in the fields of youth marketing, trend sports, skateboarding, and skateparks.

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C U LT U R A L S T U D I E S

C U LT U R A L S T U D I E S

DESIGN

B O DY C U LT U R E S

F O R S A L E O N LY I N T H E U N I T E D S TAT E S , C A N A D A , M E X I C O , CENTRAL AMERICA, SOUTH AMERICA, THE CARIBBEAN, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, AND ASIA

This volume traces the complex and heterogeneous connections between migration and design in the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. Questions tackled address the aesthetic effects that result from the networking, overlapping, and mixing of forms as well as the political and social dimensions of design: How are experiences of displacement inscribed in the things designers create? Can design contribute to a critical debate in migration and flight? Is it able to provide material to rethink complex historical and cultural relationships? The chapters clarify the challenges and possibilities of thinking together migration, design, and flight; critically historicize and discuss design concepts for displaced people; and bring mobile actors in design into focus.

Skateboarding Between Subculture and the Olympics

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Building Blocks

A Cultural History of Codes, Compositions, and Dispositions JOSE MUÑOZ ALVIS

F O R S A L E O N LY I N T H E U N I T E D S TAT E S , C A N A D A , M E X I C O , CENTRAL AMERICA, SOUTH AMERICA, THE CARIBBEAN, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, AND ASIA

Building blocks are practical materials for playing, learning, and working at kindergartens, schools, universities, and companies. How did building blocks, which were primarily established as toys for children, come to be practical materials used in professional and educational settings? This study explores the historical implications of particular sets of building blocks in the interdisciplinary consolidation and transformation of techniques, materials, discourses, and subjects. By mapping their genealogy, this study proposes that building blocks should be understood not exclusively as concrete objects but as the materiality of a combinatorial program, which delineates a modular system characterized by a code of composition, context neutrality, and a semantic component. JOSE MUÑOZ ALVIS

is an industrial designer and cultural

scientist. He completed his PhD at Humboldt University of Berlin in 2018. His work in design includes consulting in communication and product design as well as in the application of participatory design strategies. Currently, he is a lecturer at Anhalt University of Applied Sciences/Bauhaus in Dessau.

Arctic Archives

Ice, Memory, and Entropy SUSI K. FRANK AND KJETIL JAKOBSEN, EDITORS

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—of exploring, conquering, and colonizing—but also to take into account the specific environmental conditions of the circumpolar region: ice and permafrost. These have allowed a huge natural archive to emerge, offering rich sources for natural scientists and historians alike. Examining the cultural semantics and historicity of the meaning of concepts like “warm,” “cold,” “freezing,” and “melting,” as well as various works of literature, art, and science on Arctic topics, this volume brings together literary scholars, historians of knowledge and philosophy, art historians, media theorists, and archivologists. SUSI K. FRANK

is professor of East Slavic literatures and

cultures at Humboldt University Berlin. KJETIL JAKOBSEN

is professor of history at Nord

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Situated in Translations

The Politics of Affective Societies

Cultural Communities and Media Practices

An Interdisciplinary Essay

MICHAELA OTT AND THOMAS WEBER,

THOMAS JOHN, ANTJE KAHL, HAUKE

EDITORS

LEHMANN, MATTHIAS LÜTHJOHANN,

Cultural communities are shaped and produced by ongoing processes of translation understood as aesthetic media practices. Taking on perspectives from cultural, literary, and media studies as well as postcolonial theory, the chapters in this volume shed light on composite cultural and heterotypical translation processes across various media, such as texts, films, graphic novels, theater, and dance performances. The authors explore the cultural contexts of diverse media milieus in order to explain how cultural communities come into being.

GABRIEL SCHEIDECKER, GERHARD

JONAS BENS, ALETTA DIEFENBACH,

FRIEDERIKE OBERKROME, HANS ROTH,

teaches philosophy and aesthetic theories

interests are aesthetics of film, poststructuralist philosophy, theories of space, and (post-)colonial topics. THOMAS WEBER

is professor of media studies at Hamburg

University. His main research is on documentary films, media theories, and European cinema.

DINA WAHBA, ROBERT WALTERJOCHUM, AND M. RAGIP ZIK

Many claim that political deliberation has become exceedingly affective and hence destabilizing. While the authors of this book agree that significant changes are happening, they remain skeptical that contemporary democratic theory offers the adequate tools to sufficiently understand these shifts. They propose to reframe the debate by deploying the analytic framework of affective societies—claiming that in all aspects of the social, affect and emotion are present. What changes over time and place are modes and calibrations of affective and emotional registers. Through this line of inquiry, this book offers a new outline of the political. THE AUTHORS

of this book are research fellows at the Col-

laborative Research Centre “Affective Societies” (DFG-SFB 1171) at the Freie Universität Berlin.

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MICHAELA OTT

at the Academy of Fine Arts in Hamburg. Her main research

THONHAUSER, NUR YASEMIN URAL,

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Pierre Rosanvallon’s Political Thought

Interdisciplinary Approaches

Listen Up!

Radio Art in the USA ANNE THURMANN-JAJES AND REGINE BEYER, EDITORS

OLIVER FLÜGEL-MARTINSEN, FRANZISKA MARTINSEN, STEPHEN W. SAWYER, AND DANIEL SCHULZ, EDITORS

F O R S A L E O N LY I N T H E U N I T E D S TAT E S , C A N A D A , M E X I C O , CENTRAL AMERICA, SOUTH AMERICA, THE CARIBBEAN, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, AND ASIA

The work of Pierre Rosanvallon has increasingly found itself at the center of debates in democratic and political theory. This interdisciplinary volume, the first comprehensive collection on his political thought in English, seeks to lay the groundwork for the study of this eminent political thinker and historian. Following a hitherto untranslated opening essay by Rosanvallon, the chapters cover a wide range of topics from the history of democracy to sovereignty, populism, and the function of the press in liberal democratic regimes. OLIVER FLÜGEL-MARTINSEN

teaches political theory and

history of political thought at the University of Bielefeld. FRANZISKA MARTINSEN

teaches political theory and his-

tory of political thought at the Leibniz University of Hannover and at other universities in Germany and Austria. STEPHEN W. SAWYER

teaches history and political thought at the

Listen Up! is the world’s first publication to take a look at American radio art as a distinct sound art practice. Analytical essays by leading media-art historians and practitioners discuss how the field took shape in the context of changing broadcast environments and sociopolitical realities, and manifestos and other original documents provide vivid glimpses into the concerns of artists seeking to insert their alternative visions into the mass medium radio. The volume also considers the difference between sound works for broadcast radio and their internet incarnations. ANNE THURMANN-JAJES

is head of the Centre for Artists’

Publications at the Weserburg Museum for Modern Art and teaches at the University of Bremen. She has curated numerous major exhibitions and symposia on radio art, created public radio events, and authored and edited many catalogues and books. REGINE BEYER

is a radio documentarian who worked at

the radio station Sender Freies Berlin with radio pioneer

American University of Paris. DANIEL SCHULZ teaches

Peter Leonhard Braun and other producers and directors.

political theory and history of political thought at the Techni-

In 1986, she joined Helen Thorington in New York City as

cal University of Dresden.

coproducer of the nationally distributed radio art series New American Radio.

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Philology in the Making

Animal Labor

A New Perspective on Human-Animal Relations

PÁL KELEMEN AND NICOLAS PETHES,

JOCELYNE PORCHER AND

EDITORS

JEAN ESTEBANEZ, EDITORS

Philological practices have served to secure and transmit textual sources for centuries. However, this volume contends, it is only in the light of the current radical media change, labeled the “digital turn,” that the material and technological prerequisites of the theory and practice of philology become fully visible. The seventeen studies assembled here investigate these recent transformations of our techniques of writing and reading by critically examining core approaches to the history and epistemology of the humanities.

Do animals work? Is it possible to work with animals without exploiting them? Might animals even be empowered through work? This provocative collection offers original answers to these questions and allows readers to think about human relationships with domestic animals beyond the well-trodden tropes of domination or animal welfare. To study animal work means to look at animals in new ways and to discover in them unsuspected skills and knowledge that open up new ethical and political horizons.

PÁL KELEMEN

teaches comparative literature at Eötvös

Loránd Tudományegyetem in Budapest. His research

JOCELYNE PORCHER

is research director at the INRA

(Institut National de la Recherche Agronomique). She has

includes material cultures of nineteenth-century literature,

published many books on labor relations between humans

the history and theory of philology, and the culture of

and animals. She has worked as a dairy sheep farmer, in an

everyday life.

industrial pork factory, and as a technician in organic farming.

NICOLAS PETHES

teaches modern German literature with

a focus on media and science studies at the University of

JEAN ESTEBANEZ

is a lecturer in social and cultural

geography at the Université Paris-Est Créteil. His recent pub-

Cologne. His research includes cultural memory studies,

lications deal with the question of city factories with animals

literature and science studies, the theory of the novel, and

and in particular the place that work takes there.

actor network theories.

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H U M A N -A N I M A L S T U D I E S

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Creating Realities

Business as a Motif in American Fiction, 1865–1929 ERHAN ŞIMŞEK

Fictions of Legibility

The Human Face and Body in Modern German Novels from Sophie von La Roche to Alfred Döblin GABRIELA STOICEA

F O R S A L E O N LY I N T H E U N I T E D S TAT E S , C A N A D A , M E X I C O , CENTRAL AMERICA, SOUTH AMERICA, THE CARIBBEAN, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, AND ASIA

Business is woven into the very fabric of American life yet rarely surfaces in the nation’s literary history. Even in novels about business, it proves an elusive motif that fails to mirror actual business organizations. Exploring the complex representation of business in realist, naturalist, and modernist works, Erhan Şimşek analyzes how the motif intertwines with social developments, literary movements, and author biographies. ERHAN ŞIMŞEK

teaches at Bielefeld

Gabriela Stoicea examines how the incidence and role of physical descriptions in German novels changed between 1771 and 1929 in response to developments in the study of the human face and body. By including discussions from the medical sciences, epistemology, semiotics, and aesthetics, the book draws out the multifaceted permutations of corporeal legibility, as well as its relevance for the development of the novel.

University. His research interests

GABRIELA STOICEA

include American literature, literary

at Clemson University. Her research

theory, and composition studies.

is a scholar

The Transformative Potential of Black British and British Muslim Literature

Heterotopic Spaces and the Politics of Destabilisation LISA AHRENS

This study investigates power, belonging, and exclusion in British society by analyzing representations of the mosque, the University of Oxford, and the plantation in novels by Leila Aboulela, Robin Yassin-Kassab, Diran Adebayo, David Dabydeen, Andrea Levy, and Bernardine Evaristo. Lisa Ahrens considers black British and British Muslim literature’s potential for destabilizing exclusionary boundaries. LISA AHRENS

worked as a research

assistant at the University of Pader-

focuses on the eighteenth, nineteenth,

born, where she taught English cultural

and twentieth centuries, with an

and literary studies.

emphasis on processes of identity and knowledge formation at the intersection of literature, film, philosophy, science, and politics. $60.00 paper 978-3-8376-4799-0

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LITERARY STUDIES

LITERARY STUDIES

A M E R I C A N C U LT U R E S T U D I E S

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LETTRE

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Resilient Bodies, Residual Effects

Theatre in Transformation

Artistic Articulations of Borders and Collectivity from Lebanon and Palestine

Artistic Processes and Cultural Policy in South Africa

SANDRA NOETH

AND LEBOGANG L. NAWA,

WOLFGANG SCHNEIDER EDITORS

SANDRA NOETH

is a professor at the

HZT-Inter-University Centre for Dance Berlin (Berlin University of the Arts/ University of Performing Arts Ernst Busch) and a curator and dramaturge.

This collection brings together analyses of cultural policy in post-apartheid South Africa and actors discussing political theater and cultural activism. Case studies grant inside views of the State Theatre in Pretoria, the Market Theatre in Johannesburg, and the Baxter Theatre in Cape Town. WOLFGANG SCHNEIDER

is holder of

the UNESCO Chair in Cultural Policy for

SABINE HUSCHKA AND BARBARA GRONAU, EDITORS

This volume collects academic as well as artistic explorations, highlighting historical and contemporary approaches to the energetic. Energetic processes straddle dance, performance art, and installations. In contemporary dance and performance art, energetic processes are no longer mere conditions of form but appear as distinct aesthetic interventions. SABINE HUSCHKA

is head of the

research project Transgressionen

the Arts in Development and professor

funded by the German Research Fund

for cultural policy at the University of

(DFG) at the Inter-University Centre

Hildesheim, Germany. LEBOGANG L. NAWA

for Dance (HZT) and Berlin University is a former

of the Arts.

postdoctoral researcher at the Tsh-

BARBARA GRONAU

wane University of Technology (TUT)

theatre studies at the Berlin Univer-

and now director of the privately

sity of Arts and spokesperson of the

owned Segarona Culture Institute,

Research Training Group Knowledge

South Africa.

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Politics of Bodily Scenarios

is professor of

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DA N C E

T H E AT E R

T H E AT E R

C R I T I C A L DA N C E S T U D I E S

T H E AT R E S T U D I E S

T H E AT R E S T U D I E S

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What does it take to cross a border, and what does it take to belong? Sandra Noeth examines the entangled experiences of borders and of collectivity through the perspective of bodies. By dramaturgical analyses of contemporary artistic work from Lebanon and Palestine, Noeth shows how borders and collectivity are constructed and negotiated through choreographic, corporeal, movement-based, and sensory strategies and processes.

Energy and Forces as Aesthetic Interventions

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Time and Space in Video Games

A Cognitive-Formalist Approach

Decentering Musical Modernity

Music Practices Across Borders

F O R S A L E O N LY I N T H E U N I T E D S TAT E S , C A N A D A , M E X I C O , CENTRAL AMERICA, SOUTH AMERICA, THE CARIBBEAN, AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND, AND ASIA

FEDERICO ALVAREZ

Perspectives on East Asian and European Music History

IGARZÁBAL

TOBIAS JANZ AND CHIEN-

SILVA AND KONSTANTIN

CHANG YANG, EDITORS

HONDROS, EDITORS

This collection investigates the concept of modernity in music and its multiple interpretations in Europe and Asia. Through contributions by both European and Asian musicologists, it discusses how to achieve a decentered understanding of musical modernity while being attentive to the specificities of local music and their narratives.

This collection offers an interdisciplinary approach to the study of transnational music practices. Music is approached as a practice not confined by audibility—rather, through practice, values are created and shared, connecting music making with objects and places, resulting in music unconfined by borders of any kind.

Video games are temporal artifacts: they change with time as players interact with them in accordance with rules. Federico Alvarez Igarzábal investigates the formal aspects of video games that determine how these changes are produced and sequenced. Theories of time perception drawn from the cognitive sciences lay the groundwork for an in-depth analysis of these features, making for a comprehensive account of time in this medium. FEDERICO ALVAREZ IGARZÁBAL

TOBIAS JANZ

is full professor

(E)Valuating Space, Diversity, and Exchange GLAUCIA PERES DA

GLAUCIA PERES DA SILVA

is

and director of the Department of

assistant professor at the Institute

Musicology at the Rheinische Friedrich-

of Sociology at the University of

Wilhelms-Universität in Bonn, Germany. is associate

Duisburg-Essen. Her research focuses on global markets and music.

works at the Cologne Game Lab of

CHIEN-CHANG YANG

the TH Köln—University of Applied

professor and director of the Institute

KONSTANTIN HONDROS

Sciences. He is interested in the time,

of Musicology of the National Taiwan

a research associate at the Institute

aesthetics, and cognitive science of

University.

of Sociology at the University of

works as

Duisburg-Essen. His research focuses

video games.

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Townscapes in Transition

Transformation and Reorganization of Italian Cities and Their Architecture in the Interwar Period CARMEN M. ENSS AND LUIGI MONZO, EDITORS

CARMEN M. ENSS

is a researcher at

A New Materialist Theory of Technology and the Body JOSEF BARLA

Expanding on the concept of the apparatus of bodily production in the work of Donna Haraway and Karen Barad, Josef Barla explores how material bodies along with their boundaries, properties, and meanings performatively materialize at sites where technological, biological, technoscientific, (bio-)political, and economic forces intra-act. JOSEF BARLA

is a postdoctoral re-

searcher in the Biotechnology, Nature,

Studies and Technologies at the

and Society research group based

University of Bamberg.

at Goethe University Frankfurt. He

works as an architect

in Germany and teaches architectural history and design at the University of Innsbruck.

Inequalities and Divides in Digital Cultures PABLO ABEND, ANNIKA

the Centre for Heritage Conservation

LUIGI MONZO

Digital Culture & Society Vol. 5, Issue 1/2019

studied sociology and philosophy at the University of Vienna. His research focuses on questions at the intersection of technology, ecology, (techno-) biopolitics, and care.

RICHTERICH, MATHIAS FUCHS, RAMÓN REICHERT, AND KARIN WENZ, EDITORS

This issue presents empirical studies as well as theoretical and methodological reflections on inequalities and divides in digital cultures. PABLO ABEND

is the scientific

coordinator of the Research School Locating Media at the University of Siegen. ANNIKA RICHTERICH is assistant professor in digital culture at Maastricht University. MATHIAS FUCHS

is an artist, musician, and

media scholar. RAMÓN REICHERT works as a European project researcher at the University of Lancaster within the Erasmus+ program. KARIN WENZ is assistant professor of media culture at Maastricht University.

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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.

The Techno-Apparatus of Bodily Production

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Abend, Pablo ..................... 133 Adam Reichardt ...................  115 Ages of Globalization, The ........  1 Aggregating the News ............  57 Agriculture and Industry in Brazil .......................... 80 Ahrens, Lisa ...................... 130 Aitamurto, Kaarina ...........  115 Album ................................... 44 Alexander Hamilton on Finance, Credit, and Debt ..............  47 Alford, Lucy ........................ 72 Alladi Memorial Lectures, Vol. 2 ..............................  91 Alladi Memorial Trust ........  91 Allchorn, William .............  118 Alvis, Jose Muñoz ............. 126 Ambedkar, B. R. ................. 36 Ambitious and Anxious .......... 33 American Resistance ................ 2 America’s Response to China ... 66 An, Sofiya ..........................  119 . . . and other such stories ......... 84 Angiama, Sepake ................. 84 Animal Labor ...................... 129 Anthropology and Ethnology During World War II .......  95 Archibald, J. David ..............  53 Archives of Conjure ................ 63 Arctic Archives ..................... 126 Argüello, Tyler M. ............... 83 Arsenal of Autocracy .............  110 Art of Ideas, The ..................... 22 Arts of Address ....................... 73 Aspholm, Roberto R. .......... 78 Atzili, Boaz .......................... 52 Austerity ................................ 98 Azmanova, Albena ..............  75 Bad Advice ............................  41 Bae, Sang Hoon ................ 108 Baird, Amee .......................... 5 Balasko, Yves ..................... 102 Bardovič, Jakub .................  113 Barla, Josef ......................... 133 Barthes, Roland ................... 44 Batchelor, Amy .................... 83 Beef, Brahmins, and Broken Men ..................... 36

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Beissinger, Margaret .........  117 Bekenova, Kristina ............ 120 Bennich-Björkman, Li ......  116 Bens, Jonas ........................  127 Berkshire Beyond Buffett ........ 46 Best American Magazine Writing 2019, The ............ 18 Best Practices for Social Work with Refugees and Immigrants ...................... 82 Beyer, Regine .................... 128 Beyond the Wall ................... 123 Bhansali, Rupal J. ................  21 Biennials/Triennials ............. 85 Big Money Thinks Small ........  45 Bilgrami, Akeel ................... 34 Biotechnology Law ................  81 Bjerke, Christine .................  87 Blanchfield, Caitlin .............  87 Blum, Beth .......................... 30 Blum, Christian ................. 124 Bora, Papori ......................... 90 Bovingdon, Gardner ........... 49 Bowen, Donna Lee .............  27 Boyd, Cyndy J. .................... 88 Bradley, Arthur ...................  75 Brain in Context, The .............. 4 Brainstorm ..........................  107 Brandell, Jerrold R. ............. 82 Brawley, Dare ......................  85 Brocki, Marcin ....................  95 Brown, Rachel Fulton .........  56 Buddhism and Medicine ........ 62 Buffett, Howard W. ............ 46 Building Blocks .................... 126 Bulson, Eric .........................  55 Burilkov, Alexandr ............  110 Burke, Rachel ....................  110 Capitalism on Edge ...............  75 Central Bank Independence and the Future of the Euro ...... 99 Chambati, Walter ................ 90 Chan, Shelby K. Y. ............  105 Chaos, Territory, Art ............. 43 Chatterjee, Partha ...............  35 Cheek, Timothy .................. 32 Chia, Lucille ....................... 50 Chihaya, Sarah ....................  31

China’s Hong Kong .............. 100 China-U.S. Trade War and Future Economic Relations, The .................................  103 Chinese Esoteric Buddhism .... 62 Chinese Grammatology .......... 60 Ch’oe Yun ............................  51 Choi-Fitzpatrick, Austin .... 54 Chubarova, Tatiana ...........  119 Cimadamore, Alberto D. ..  119 Cinpoes, Radu ...................  117 Cities at War ......................... 79 City Folk and Country Folk ...  17 Clark, Jennifer ..................... 79 Clash of Values, The ............... 78 Class Clowns .........................  45 Climate Change Science ........... 8 Cloutier, Jean-Christophe ...  71 Coddington, Mark ..............  57 Cohen, Warren I. ..........  49, 66 Cole, Sarah .......................... 29 Cook, Taste, Learn .................. 3 Coplan, Karl .......................... 9 Couple of Soles, A ................... 58 Cowen, David J. ..................  47 Creating Realities ................ 130 Crosby, Guy ........................... 3 Cuba, Stephanie .................. 23 Cunningham, Lawrence A. ............. 23, 46 Davis, Thomas S. .................  55 Deacon, Bob ......................  119 Death of Vazir-Mukhtar, The ...................................  14 Decentering Musical Modernity ...................... 132 Demetriades, Panicos .......... 99 Design Dispersed ................. 125 DeVun, Leah ....................... 64 Diefenbach, Aletta ............  127 Digital Culture & Society, Vol. 5, Issue 1/2019 ...... 133 Direction: Future ..................  95 Displacement and Citizenship ...................... 90 Disrespectful Democracy ........  77 Dogramaci, Burcu ............. 125 Doherty, Thomas ................. 42


Fraiman, Susan ....................  53 Frank, Susi K. .................... 126 Fresh Kills .............................  67 Friend ................................... 12 Fuchs, Mathias .................. 133 Fuller, Gregory W. .............. 98 Future of Us, The ................... 48 FX Beauties ..........................  87 Gadowska, Kaja ................  114 General Equilibrium ........... 102 Geopolitical Rivalries in the “Common Neighborhood” ................  116 Geopolitics of Memory, The .. 112 Getting Risk Right ................  53 Gillis, Chester ..................... 63 Goble, Geoffrey C. .............. 62 Gonzalez, Pedro Manuel Monreal ........................  119 Gorbachev, Mikhail ............ 40 Gottlieb, Sidney .................. 92 Granosik, Mariusz ..............  97 Griboedov, Alexander ......... 15 Grimm, Joshua ..................  106 Grin, Alexander .................. 13 Gronau, Barbara ................  131 Grosz, Elizabeth ................. 43 Groten, David ...................  109 Gulczyńska, Anita ..............  97 Gulina, Olga R. ................  114 Hackworth, Jason ................ 26 Hagemann-White, Carol .. 108 Hallaq, Wael B. ................... 73 Harris, Donal ......................  55 Hedberg, William C. ..........  61 Heilmann, Katharina ........  110 Hess, Edward D. .................  47 Hill, Katherine ....................  31 Hillman, Ben ...................... 50 Hippach-Schneider, Ute ...  111 Hitchcock Annual ................... 92 Hoel, Jon ...........................  106 Holt, Sid .............................. 18 Homes of the Homeless ........... 96 Homework Assignments and Handouts for LGBTQ+ Clients ............................. 88

Hondros, Konstantin ........ 132 Hong Kong Taxation ...........  105 How Did Lubitsch Do It? ...... 42 How Sentiment Matters in International Relations ..  109 Hoyos, Héctor ..................... 72 Hudson, Valerie M. .............  27 Huschka, Sabine ................  131 I Am the People ......................  35 Igarzábal, Federico Alvarez ......................... 132 In China’s Wake ....................  81 India ...................................  111 In Search of Ultimate Reality ............  121 In Statu Nascendi ................  117 International Developments in Research on Extended Education ...................... 108 International Perspectives on School Settings, Education Policy, and Digital Strategies ...........  111 International Social Work and Forced Migration ...........  110 Interventions Against Child Abuse and Violence Against Women ........................... 108 In Their Own Voices ............. 120 Inventing Tomorrow ............. 29 Jakobsen, Kjetil ................. 126 Janet Frame’s World of Books ................ 122 Janz, Tobias ....................... 132 Japanese Discovery of Chinese Fiction, The ......................  61 Japanese Economy, The ......... 100 Jaque, Andrés ...................... 86 Jepson, Nicholas ..................  81 Jha, Praveen ......................... 90 John, Thomas .....................  127 Johnston, Adrian .................  56 Johnston, Ian ..................... 104 Jornitz, Sieglinde ...............  111 Journal of Romanian Studies ...........................  117 Journal of Soviet and Post-Soviet Politics and Society .........  117 Kabat, Geoffrey C. ..............  53

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Driving Change ..................  101 Driving Innovation from Within ..................... 24 Drouin, Jean-Marc .............. 38 Duggan, William ................ 22 Economics of Oil and Gas, The .................................  101 Educating Harlem ................. 66 Educating Students with Refugee Backgrounds ......  110 Eimicke, William B. ........... 46 Ellebrecht, Sabrina ............ 124 Emre, Merve .......................  31 Enchanted Clock, The ............. 44 Energy and Forces as Aesthetic Interventions .................  131 Engelstein, Stefani ..............  56 Englishness Revisited .............  97 Enss, Carmen M. .............. 133 Erickson, Ansley T. ............. 66 Estebanez, Jean ................. 129 Etcheson, Craig ...................  76 Ethnic Conflict and Protest in Tibet and Xinjiang .......... 50 Europe in the Caucasus, Caucasus in Europe ........  118 Ex Machina ........................  106 Exploding Stars and Invisible Planets ...............................  7 Extinct Scene, The .................  55 Extraordinary Justice .............  76 Extreme Domesticity .............  53 Fandango and Other Stories .. 13 Fantastic Fossils ...................... 6 Fender, John ........................ 98 Féron, Élise .......................  109 Ferrante Letters, The .............  31 Fictions of Legibility ............ 130 Filho, José Eustáquio Ribeiro Vieira ................. 80 First Political Order, The .......  27 Fisher, Dana R. ..................... 2 Fishlow, Albert .................... 80 Flaming Creatures ................. 68 Flügel-Martinsen, Oliver ..  128 Fogel, Joshua A. .................. 32 Food Philosophy .....................  74 Forms of Poetic Attention ....... 72

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Kahl, Antje ........................  127 Käkönen, Jyrki ...................  109 Kaldor, Mary ....................... 79 Kamińska-Jones, Dorota .....  97 Kanbur, Ravi ....................... 80 Kaplan, David M. ...............  74 Kapralski, Sławomir ............  95 Kelemen, Pál ..................... 129 Kelly, Liz ........................... 108 Keywords in Chinese Culture .......................... 104 Kilberth, Veith .................. 125 Kiwan, Fadia .....................  119 Klein, Lucas ......................  105 Knee, Jonathan A. ...............  45 Kneuer, Marianne .............  109 Koehler, Gabriele ..............  119 Kołaczek, Małgorzata .........  95 Kolenda, Karolina ...............  97 Kondor, Eszter .................... 93 Kostrzyńska, Małgorzata ....  97 Kowal, Paweł .....................  115 Krajka, Wiesław .................. 94 Krippendorff, Kaihan .......... 24 Krishnan, Sanjay ................. 28 Kristeva, Julia ...................... 44 Kruessmann, Thomas ........  118 Kudelska, Marta ..................  97 Kul-Want, Christopher .......  74 Kurbatov, Sergiy ................  116 Kurgan, Laura .....................  85 Kuźma, Inga B. ................... 96 Lamb, Christopher J. ..........  77 Last Mile, The ....................... 20 Lau, Ayesha Macpherson ..  105 Lau, Lawrence J. ...............  103 Lavelle, Peter B. .................. 65 Law and the Wealth of Nations ............. 54 Lean, Eugenia .....................  59 Learn or Die .........................  47 Le Boogie Woogie ...................  37 Legal Change in Post-Communist States ...  114 Lehmann, Hauke ..............  127 Li, Wai-yee ........................ 104 Li Yu.................................... 58

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Liazos, Ariane .....................  67 Licentious Fictions .................  61 Link, Perry ........................  103 Listen Up! ........................... 128 Littlechild, Brian .................  97 Little Devil and Other Stories, The ...................................  16 Little Magazine, World Form ......................  55 Live Sustainably Now ............. 9 Living Karma ....................... 50 Loebenstein, Michael .......... 93 Lotfi-Jam, Farzin .................  87 Lothian, Tamara ................. 54 Lüthjohann, Matthias .......  127 Ma, Yingyi .......................... 33 Maddrey, Joseph ................  107 Mahoney, Joseph L. .......... 108 Maj, Małgorzata ..................  95 Makarychev, Andrey .........  118 Manufacturing Decline .......... 26 Man Who Couldn’t Die, The ..  17 Mao Xiang ..........................  59 Marconi, Francesco .............  57 Margin of Trust .................... 23 Martinsen, Franziska ........ 128 Mary and the Art of Prayer ....  56 Maschke, Sabine ............... 108 McBride, Joseph .................. 42 McGuire, Beverley Foulks .. 50 Mediated Bordering ............. 124 Meier, Dominik ................ 124 Melosi, Martin V. ................  67 Memory as Philosophy .........  121 Merchant’s Tale, The ..............  51 Metz, David ......................  101 Meyer, Fred Harry ............  113 Meysen, Thomas ................ 108 Migration ...........................  113 Migration as a (Geo-)Political Challenge in the Post-Soviet Space ..............................  114 Mihálik, Jaroslav ...............  113 Mingjia and Related Texts, The ................................. 104 Mink, Georges ..................  115 Moaddel, Mansoor .............. 78

Modern Management Methods ...........................  87 Moghadam, Assaf ............... 52 Monzo, Luigi ....................  133 Morag, Raya ........................ 68 Moreno, Jonathan D. ............ 4 Morgan, Richard ............... 120 Morrell, Ernest .................... 66 Morrison, Alan J. ................  81 Mu, Xiaoyi ........................  101 Murphy, Amy ...................... 22 Murphy, Laura T. ................ 70 Music Practices Across Borders ................. 132 Mutter, John C. ..................... 8 Nagbhushan, Shruti ............  91 “Nailed to the rolls of honour, crucified”: Irish Literary Responses to the Great War ...................... 122 Naseh, Mitra ....................... 82 Nathan, John ....................... 43 Nation Like All Others, A ...... 49 Nature and Value .................. 34 Nawa, Lebogang L. ...........  131 Neville, Patricia ................. 122 New Foreign Policy, A ...........  41 New German Idealism, A ......  56 New Slave Narrative, The ..... 70 Newsmakers ..........................  57 Nexus of Global Jihad ............ 52 Nielsen, Perpetua Lynne .....  27 Noeth, Sandra ...................  131 Noman, Akbar .................... 80 Non-Consensus Investing ......  21 Nuttbrock, Larry ................. 89 Oberkrome, Friederike ......  127 Offit, Paul A. .......................  41 Olesnicky, Michael ............  105 On Company Time ................  55 On My Country and the World ......................... 40 Original Meaning of the Yijing, The .................. 58 Origins of Darwin’s Evolution .........................  53 Otero, Solimar ..................... 63 Ott, Michaela ....................  127


Putting Children First ......... 120 Quality of Growth in Africa, The ................................... 80 Queer Social Work ................. 83 Quinn, Eithne .....................  69 Rached, Gabriel ................  109 Ramachandran, V. K. ..........  91 Ransford, H. Chris ............  121 Rao, Vijaya .......................... 90 Redlener, Irwin ................... 48 Reforming Modernity ............ 73 Reforming the City ................  67 Reichardt, Adam ...............  115 Reichardt, Iwona ...............  115 Reichert, Ramón ............... 133 Religion, Expression, and Patriotism in Russia .......  115 Religious Statecraft ................ 54 Remizov, Alexei ..................  16 Resilient Bodies, Residual Effects ..............  131 Resistance in Western Europe, The ...................................  11 Rethinking the Social Sciences with Sam Moyo ................ 90 Revisiting Regionalism and the Contemporary World Order ................... 109 Richards, Jill ........................  31 Richterich, Annika ............ 133 Riding, James .................... 112 Ringel, Shoshana ................. 82 Ríordáin, Clíona Ní .......... 122 Rise and Fall of the Religious Left, The .......................... 64 Risk, Choice, and Uncertainty ...................... 25 Roelen, Keetie ................... 120 Roelofs, Monique ................ 73 Rolsky, L. Benjamin ............ 64 Roman Catholicism in America ............................ 63 Roßkopf, Ralf ....................  110 Roth, Hans ........................  127 Roy, Mallarika Sinha .......... 90 Ruth Beckermann .................. 93 Sachs, Jeffrey D. ..............  1, 41 Salguero, C. Pierce .............. 62 Sassen, Saskia ...................... 79

Sawyer, Malcolm ............... 102 Sawyer, Stephen W. .......... 128 Scheidecker, Gabriel .........  127 Schneider, Verena ..............  111 Schneider, Wolfgang .........  131 Schulkin, Jay ......................... 4 Schulz, Daniel ................... 128 Schwerter, Stephanie ......... 122 Schwier, Jürgen ................. 125 Seeing Ourselves ....................  19 Selbst, Nina .......................  121 Self-Help Compulsion, The ..... 30 Sellars, Maura ...................  110 Sentimental Tales ..................  17 Sex in the Brain ....................... 5 Shadow Archives ...................  71 Shape of Sex, The ................... 64 Shockey, Nathan ................. 60 Show Trial ............................ 42 Sibling Action ........................  56 Siegel, Mona L. ................... 10 Silva, Glaucia Peres da ...... 132 ŞimŞek, Erhan ................... 130 Singh, Prabhjot .................... 20 Situated in Translations ......  127 Skateboarding Between Subculture and the Olympics ........................ 125 Slave Between Empires, A ..... 65 Slavnikova, Olga .................  17 Ślęzak, Izabela ..................... 96 Snyder, Scott A. .................. 48 Social Construction of Sex Work .......................... 96 Social Policy, Poverty, and Inequality in Central and Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union ......  119 Social Value Investing ............ 46 Solomon, Peter H., Jr. .......  114 Some Intertextual Chords of Joseph Conrad’s Literary Art ..................... 94 Song, Chris .......................  105 Soroka, George ..................  117 Sōseki .................................... 43 South Korea at the Crossroads ........................ 48

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Oualdi, M’hamed ................ 65 Outka, Elizabeth ................. 70 Owens, Rebekah ...............  107 Ownby, David ..................... 32 Paek Nam-nyong ................. 12 Panjabi, Raj ......................... 20 Papaconstantinou, George .. 99 Participatory Social Work ......  97 Partner, Simon ....................  51 Pattie, David ..................... 123 Peace on Our Terms ............... 10 Pearlman, Wendy ................ 52 Peone, Dustin ....................  121 Perpetrator Cinema ............... 68 Pethes, Nicolas .................. 129 Philology in the Making ....... 129 Philosophers on Film from Bergson to Badiou .............  74 Philosophy of the Insect, A ...... 38 Piece of the Action, A ..............  69 Pierre Rosanvallon’s Political Thought .......................... 128 Pietrzak, Piotr ...................  117 Pilz, Matthias ....................  111 Pines, Yuri ......................... 104 Ping, Wang ........................ 104 Pinther, Kerstin ................. 125 Play Time .............................  69 Plum Shadows and Plank Bridge ....................  59 Poch, Daniel ........................  61 Political Economy of Housing Financialization, The ....... 98 Political Science in the Digital Age ....................  109 Politics of Affective Societies, The .................................  127 Politics of Social Inclusion, The .................................  119 Pop Beckett .......................... 123 Porcher, Jocelyne ............... 129 Potocky, Miriam ................. 82 Power and Its Logic ............. 124 Power of Finance, The ......... 102 Prakash, Shambhavi ............ 90 Preventive Engagement ......... 52 Profits of Nature, The ............. 65 Prothero, Donald R. .............. 6

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Speaking like a Spanish Cow .................. 122 Speech and Silence ................  105 Spreading Buddha’s Word in East Asia ..................... 50 Stalker ................................  106 Stan, Lavinia .....................  117 Stares, Paul B. ..................... 52 Starr, Robert ...................... 122 Staszczyk, Agnieszka ..........  97 Statistics in Social Work ......... 83 Stecher, Ludwig ................ 108 Stępniewski, Tomasz .........  117 Stewart, Paul ..................... 123 Stiglitz, Joseph E. ................ 80 Still Good Times, The ..........  113 Stoicea, Gabriela ............... 130 Stubbs, Paul .......................  119 Studying Shakespeare on Film ....  107 Summers, Tim .................. 100 Superpowers of Scale .............. 86 Swaminathan, Madhura .....  91 Świerzowska, Agata ............  97 Sydnor, Emily ......................  77 Sylla, Richard ......................  47 Szacka, Léa-Catherine ........ 85 Szpiro, George G. ............... 25 Tabaar, Mohammad Ayatollahi ....................... 54 Tafere, Yisak ...................... 120 Talewicz-Kwiatkowska, Joanna .............................  95 Tallis, Raymond ..................  19 Tavares, Paulo ...................... 84 Techno-Apparatus of Bodily Production, The .............. 133 Temple Road Towards a Great India, The ...............  97 Theatre in Transformation ...  131 There a Petal Silently Falls .....  51 Things with a History ............ 72 Thonhauser, Gerhard .........  127 Three Revolutions: Mobilization and Change in Contemporary Ukraine .........................  115 Thurmann-Jajes, Anne ....... 128 Tillinghast, Joel ...................  45

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Time and Space in Video Games .................. 132 Townscapes in Transition ..... 133 Tracking the Rise of the Radical Right Globally ................  118 Transformative Potential of Black British and British Muslim Literature, The ............... 130 Transgender Sex Work and Society ....................... 89 Trauma ................................. 82 Trebunia-Staszel, Stanisława ......................  95 Triadic Coercion .................... 52 Tucker, David ......................  77 Turoma, Sanna ..................  115 Turvey, Malcolm .................  69 Tuttle, Gray ......................... 50 Tynyanov, Yury ....................  14 Typographic Imagination, The ................................... 60 Ukraine’s Maidan, Russia’s War ................... 112 Umolu, Yesomi .................... 84 Unbearable Life .....................  75 Uneven Innovation ............... 79 United States Special Operations Forces ...............................  77 Ural, Nur Yasemin ............  127 Uyghurs, The ......................... 49 van Dooren, Thom ..............  39 Vasif Huseynov ..................  116 Verevis, Constantine ............ 68 Vernacular Industrialism in China ..............................  59 Views from the Streets ............ 78 Viral Modernism ................... 70 Vladiv-Glover, Slobodanka ...................  115 Voices from the Chinese Century ............... 32 V. S. Naipaul’s Journeys ......... 28 Wahba, Dina .....................  127 Wake of Crows, The ...............  39 Walter-Jochum, Robert .....  127 Watanabe, Hiroaki Richard ......................... 100 Watson, Fred .........................  7 Ways of Knowing Cities .........  85

Weber, Thomas ..................  127 Wenz, Karin ...................... 133 Wessels, Antje ...................  111 Whatever It Takes ................. 99 What Slaveholders Think ....... 54 When the Future Came ........  116 Whitman, Joy S. .................. 88 Wieviorka, Olivier ...............  11 Williams, Terry ...................  37 Wilmers, Annika ...............  111 Wittgenstein, a One-Way Ticket .............................  103 Woe from Wit ........................ 15 Women in Rural Production Systems ............................  91 Work-Based Learning in Tertiary Education in Europe—Examples from Six Educational Systems ..........................  111 Writ in Water ......................  121 Wu, Jiang ............................. 50 Wynnyckyj, Mychailo ....... 112 Yang, Chien-Chang .......... 132 Yeros, Paris .......................... 90 Your Sons Are at Your Service .....................  76 Yu Huai ................................  59 Zaun-Goshen, Heike ........ 123 Zelin, Aaron Y. ...................  76 Zhong, Yurou ...................... 60 Zhu Xi ................................. 58 Zik, M. Ragip ...................  127 Zoshchenko, Mikhail .........  17


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