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t He NOrt H’ s C IVI l WAr tHe NOrtH’s CIVIl WAr edIted BY ANdreW l. slAP eAst teNNessee stAte UNIVersItY The North’s Civil War series explores Northern society and its role in a broadly defined Civil War era, stretching from the antebellum development of the North to the aftereffects of the conflict in the postbellum period. With regard to the Civil War itself, the series focuses on both the Northern homefront and the Union military, following Northern soldiers and sailors to battlefields and occupation duty throughout the South. The series encompasses innovative scholarship in a variety of fields, including military, biographical, social, political, intellectual, environmental, diplomatic, religious, and cultural history. Focusing on the North and its people during the Civil War era adds a vital perspective to understanding one of the most important eras in American history.

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the lincoln Assassination

Crime and Punishment, Myth and Memory A Li n col n Foru m B ook Edited by Harold Holzer, Craig L. Symonds, and Frank J. Williams “These essays offer concise versions of the latest and best scholarship on the Lincoln assassination and the trials of the conspirators, written by the foremost historians of these events. of special interest are the varying perspectives on the legitimacy of the trial by a military court, which are relevant to the current debate over trial of accused terrorists by military courts.”—James M. McPherson 256 PAGES, 56 B/W ILLUSTRATIONS 978-0-8232-6398-1 PAPER, $24.00, £15.99 sI mUltANeO Us eleCtrO NI C edI tI O N AVA I l A Bl e

Winner of the 2013 Hortense Simmons Prize for the Advancement of Knowledge

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On the edge of Freedom

The Fugitive Slave Issue in South Central Pennsylvania, 1820-1870 dAVId G. smItH “Smith shows how antislavery activists in Pennsylvania engaged in a number of activities to assist fugitive slaves who entered Pennsylvania from Maryland and Virginia on their quest for freedom. . . Highly recommended.”—Choice 344 PAGES, 3 B/W ILLUSTRATIONS 978-0-8232-6379-0 PAPER, $28.00, £17.99 sI mUltANeO Us eleCtrO NI C edI tI O N AVA I l A Bl e

exploring lincoln

Great Historians Reappraise Our Greatest President Edited by Harold Holzer, Craig L. Symonds, and Frank J. Williams “The rich variety of insights and information on Lincoln and the Civil War served up in this book makes it truly a moveable feast. Some traditional interpretations are confirmed; others are challenged and new perspectives set forth; and all are of unfailing interest. This is a volume to be kept handy on your shelf and consulted again and again.”—James McPherson, Princeton University 240 PAGES, 14 B/W ILLUSTRATIONS 978-0-8232-6563-3 PAPER, $24.95, £15.99 978-0-8232-6562-6 CLOTH, $99.00, £65.00 sI mUltANeO Us eleCtrO NI C edI tI O N AVA I l A Bl e

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so Conceived and so dedicated

Intellectual Life in the Civil War–Era North Edited by Lorien Foote and Kanisorn Wongsrichanalai “The Civil War and reconstruction has been called the second American revolution, and this fascinating collection reminds us that this era revolutionized American thought and culture. From medicine to education, from perception to memory, So Conceived and So Dedicated opens our eyes and minds to how Americans at the time saw and thought about what the Civil War meant to them.”—Michael Green, University of Nevada, Las Vegas 304 PAGES 978-0-8232-6448-3 PAPER, $40.00, £25.99 978-0-8232-6447-6 CLOTH, $105.00, £68.00 sI mUltANeO Us eleCtrO NI C ed I t I O N AVA I l A Bl e

April 2015

r eCON st rUC t ING AmerI CA edIted BY ANdreW l. slAP eAst teNNessee stAte UNIVersItY The Reconstructing America series explores the many different ways the United States reconstructed itself as a nation and society after the Civil War. The series provides new perspectives on the traditional understanding of Reconstruction as a contemporary event from 1865 to 1877, such as the political, military, and constitutional issues in the immediate postwar years. The series also explores the new scholarly understanding of Reconstruction as a larger historical process, expanding the geographical, chronological, and historical scope of the period beyond the South and into the late nineteenth century. Such works deal with the broad social, cultural, gender, racial, intellectual, economic, environmental, military, international, and religious aspects of a country and people trying to reconstruct themselves. Bringing together innovative examinations of Reconstruction as a contemporary event with broad studies elaborating upon the process of Reconstruction is central to this series.

New men

Reconstructing the Image of the Veteran in Late-Nineteenth-Century American Literature and Culture JOHN A. CAseY, Jr. “A unique hybrid that takes an interdisciplinary approach to identifying the meaning of the very notion of ‘veteran’ in American society.” —Barbara Gannon, University of Central Florida 256 PAGES, 16 B/W ILLUSTRATIONS 978-0-8232-6539-8 CLOTH, $55.00, £36.00 sI mUltANeO Us eleCtrO NI C ed I t I O N AVA I l A Bl e

April 2015

m e dIe VA l st UdI es ecclesiastical Knights

The Military Orders in Castile, 1150-1330 sAm ZeNO CONederA, s.J. “Warrior monks”—the misnomer for the Iberian military orders that emerged on the frontiers of europe in the twelfth century—have long fascinated general readers and professional historians alike. Proposing “ecclesiastical knights” as a more accurate name and conceptual model—warriors animated by ideals and spiritual currents endorsed by the church hierarchy—author Sam Zeno Conedera presents a groundbreaking study of how these orders brought the seemingly incongruous combination of monastic devotion and the practice of warfare into a single way of life. 320 PAGES, 8 COLOR ILLUSTRATIONS 978-0-8232-6595-4 CLOTH, $45.00, £28.99 sI mUltANeO Us eleCtrO NI C ed I t I O N AVA I l A Bl e FORDHAM SERIES IN MEDIEVAL STUDIES

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WOrld WA r II WOrld WAr II: tHe GlOBAl, HUmAN, ANd etHICAl dImeNsION edIted BY G. KUrt PIeHler, FlOrIdA stAte UNIVersItY This series features new and exciting scholarship on the history of the Second World War. It is equally interested in monographs that explore the political, military, diplomatic, and economic dimensions of this war as well those that examine its social, cultural, intellectual, and gender history. A central focus of this series will to be on monographs analyzing the human dimension of this epic conflict. It seeks works that analyze the multitude of experiences faced not only by combatants, but also by civilians who lived in all the nations engaged in this war. A global war, this epic struggle left no society untouched. Thus, the series seeks works that explore the impact of this conflict not only on the United States, Europe, and Japan, but also on Africa, Asia, and Latin America.

the Church of Greece under Axis Occupation PANteleYmON ANAstAsAKIs

“This work has great significance not only for the history of Greece in the first half of the twentieth century but also for the topic of Nazi occupied europe. In the broader field of modern european history and the Holocaust the work offers a number of fresh insights. The analysis of the effects of the Bulgarian occupation of Macedonia decisively recasts the established view of the Bulgarian government as a committed resister of the Holocaust. In addition, this study adds much needed new ground to the question of the role of the churches in occupied europe. In analyzing the role of the Greek Church, this work does a masterful job of not treating the church as a monolithic institution. The tensions and divisions between upper and lower clergy in their responses to the stresses of occupation come through clearly. Likewise, the analysis demonstrates a keen awareness of regional variation in the responses of different clerics caused by the tri-partite occupation.”—Jonathan Grant, Florida State University 366 PAGES 978-0-8232-6199-4 CLOTH, $55.00, £36.00 sI mUltANeO Us eleCtrO NI C edI tI O N AVA I l A Bl e

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memory and Complicity

Migrations of Holocaust Remembrance deBArAtI sANYAl “Memory and Complicity offers a sophisticated, nuanced, and beautifully written account of the intersecting legacies of genocide and colonialism in postwar France. In this significant and much needed intervention, Sanyal illuminates both the possibilities and dangers of transcultural trauma and memory studies.”—Michael rothberg, author of Multidirectional Memory: Remembering the Holocaust in the Age of Decolonization 336 PAGES, 10 B/W ILLUSTRATIONS 978-0-8232-6548-0 PAPER, $32.00, £20.99 978-0-8232-6547-3 CLOTH, $95.00, £62.00 sI mUltANeO Us eleCtrO NI C edI tI O N AVA I l A Bl e

the Historical Uncanny

Disability, Ethnicity, and the Politics of Holocaust Memory sUsANNe C. KNIttel “Susanne Knittel’s book is beautifully written and original. It will inspire a necessary and overdue dialogue between Holocaust studies, memory studies, and disability studies.”— Michael rothberg, author of Multidirectional Memory: Remembering the Holocaust in the Age of Decolonization 364 PAGES, 16 B/W ILLUSTRATIONS 978-0-8232-6278-6 CLOTH, $55.00, £36.00 sI mUltANeO Us eleCtrO NI C edI tI O N AVA I l A Bl e

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CAt H Ol IC P rAC t IC e IN NO rtH AmerI CA CAtHOlIC PrACtICe IN NOrtH AmerICA edIted BY ANGelA AlAImO O’dONNell, AssOCIAte dIreCtOr OF tHe FrANCIs ANd ANN CUrrAN CeNter FOr AmerICAN CAtHOlIC stUdIes, ANd JOHN C. seItZ, AssIstANt PrOFessOr, tHeOlOGY dePArtmeNt, FOrdHAm UNIVersItY

This series aims to contribute to the growing field of Catholic studies through the publication of books devoted to the historical and cultural study of Catholic practice in North America, from the colonial period to the present. As the term “practice” suggests, the series springs from a pressing need in the study of American Catholicism for empirical investigations and creative explorations and analyses of the contours of Catholic experience.

more than a monologue: sexual diversity and the Catholic Church

Voices of Our Times Edited by Christine Firer Hinze and J. Patrick Hornbeck, II “A refreshing dialogue occurring within Catholicism regarding the lives of LBGTQ persons. . . . A wide spectrum of essays regarding how LGBTQ individuals live out their sexual lives with dignity and authenticity. . . . The personal nature of several of these essays makes the collection especially riveting.”—Publishers Weekly Starred review 240 PAGES 978-0-8232-5658-7 PAPER, $26.00, £16.99 978-0-8232-5657-0 CLOTH, $90.00, £59.00 sI mUltANeO Us eleCtrO NI C edI tI O N AVA I l A Bl e

more than a monologue: sexual diversity and the Catholic Church

Inquiry, Thought, and Expression Edited by J. Patrick Hornbeck, II and Michael A. Norko “Wonderful companions to the personal reflections of Volume 1, this book’s diverse, insightful essays stand on their own as truly catholic methodological contributions to a queer Catholic ethic. . . . required reading for all scholars of Catholic sexual ethics and for anyone who wishes to engage Catholic moral theology seriously with the philosophical ethics of the last half-century.”—Cristina L.H. Traina, Northwestern University 264 PAGES 978-0-8232-5763-8 PAPER, $28.00, £17.99 978-0-8232-5762-1 CLOTH, $100.00, £65.00 sI mUltANeO Us eleCtrO NI C edI tI O N AVA I l A Bl e

empowering the People of God

Catholic Action before and after Vatican II Edited by Jeremy Bonner, Christopher D. Denny, and Mary Beth Fraser Connolly “These fascinating case studies cover a huge range of familiar topics: women, nuns, priests, ‘cultured’ Catholics, the Grail, parishes, schools, theologians, and parish councils.” —Choice 408 PAGES 978-0-8232-5400-2 CLOTH, $65.00, £42.00 sI mUltANeO Us eleCtrO NI C edI tI O N AVA I l A Bl e

the Bread of the strong

Lacouturisme and the Folly of the Cross, 1910–1985 JACK lee dOWNeY “A remarkable contribution to the literature on the history of American Catholicism and will long be an indispensable resource for gaining a deeper understanding of the Catholic Worker movement as a notable spiritual phenomenon that emerged within an American context.”—James McCartin, Director, Fordham Center on religion and Culture 352 PAGES, 10 B/W ILLUSTRATIONS 978-0-8232-6543-5 CLOTH, $60.00, £39.00 sI mUltANeO Us eleCtrO NI C edI tI O N AVA I l A Bl e

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CAt H Ol IC P rAC t IC e IN NO rtH AmerI CA the Cruelest of All mothers

Marie de l’Incarnation, Motherhood, and Christian Discipleship mArY dUNN AVAiLABLE

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In 1631, Marie Guyart stepped over the threshold of the Ursuline convent in Tours, into the cloister and out of the world, leaving behind the family business, her aging father and most astoundingly, her eleven year-old son. This book probes the relationship between this “cruelest of all mothers” and her abandoned son. 240 PAGES 978-0-8232-6721-7 CLOTH, $45.00, £28.99 sI mUltANeO Us eleCtrO NI C edI tI O N AVA I l A Bl e

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Pure Act

The Uncommon Life of Robert Lax mICHAel mCGreGOr AVAiLABLE

OCtOBEr 2015

“Michael McGregor’s Pure Act is an outstanding contribution to Lax studies and greatly enriches our understanding of the poet-sage, giving readers much unpublished and little-known material.”—S.T. Georgiou, author of In the Beginning Was Love: Contemplative Poems of robert Lax 400 PAGES, 16 B/W ILLUSTRATIONS 978-0-8232-6801-6 CLOTH, $39.95, £25.99 sI mUltANeO Us eleCtrO NI C edI tI O N AVA I l A Bl e

October 2015

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Islam and the Challenge of Civilization ABdelWAHAB meddeB Translated by Jane Kuntz

“Meddeb’s thesis—that Muslims need to turn towards Sufism more-is not new; many of his foundational arguments, however, are bold and fresh . . . Those well-versed in Islamic Studies will enjoy the erudite read, masterfully rendered into english by Kuntz, a seasoned translator.”—Publishers Weekly 192 PAGES 978-0-8232-6436-0 PAPER, $20.00, £12.99 sI mUltANeO Us eleCtrO NI C edI tI O N AVA I l A Bl e

July 2015

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Neighbors and missionaries

A History of the Sisters of Our Lady of Christian Doctrine mArGAret m. mCGUINNess “Neighbors and Missionaries is Margaret McGuinness’s centennial history of this small diocesan congregation, a short and quite readable work that should be of interest to historians of social settlements and New York Catholicism.”—American Catholic Studies 242 PAGES, 7 B/W ILLUSTRATIONS 978-0-8232-3988-7 PAPER, $30.00, £19.99 sI mUltANeO Us eleCtrO NI C edI tI O N AVA I l A Bl e

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Ge Ne rA l IN t e rest the sons of molly maguire

The Irish Roots of America’s First Labor War mArK BUlIK “Mark Bulik’s The Sons of Molly Maguire is a superb work of scholarship. Focused on origins, this work situates the Irish emergence and American persistence of the Molly Maguires in all of their considerable complexity, while likewise ably revealing not only the crucial developments of the 1870s that have embedded the Mollies in American memory but also the factors contributing to the Mollies’ continuing legacy extending into the present.”—James P. Leary, University of Wisconsin 384 PAGES, 8 B/W ILLUSTRATIONS 978-0-8232-6223-6 CLOTH, $39.95, £25.99 sI mUltANeO Us eleCtrO NI C ed I t I O N AVA I l A Bl e

Cool

How Air Conditioning Changed Everything sAlVAtOre BAsIle “A look at our love affair with air conditioning . . . In his breezily anecdotal book, Mr. Basile reminds readers that . . . air-conditioning was not just about comfort. It triggered a cultural and demographic revolution.”—The New York Times 288 PAGES, 80 B/W ILLUSTRATIONS sI mUltANeO Us eleCtrO NI C ed I t I O N AVA I l A Bl e 978-0-8232-6176-5 CLOTH, $29.95, £19.99

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From slave ship to Harvard

Yarrow Mamout and the History of an African American Family JAmes H. JOHNstON “Part historical narrative, part genealogical detective work, this book will appeal to a range of academic and general readers, especially those interested in race relations in early America.”—Library Journal 310 PAGES, 25 B/W ILLUSTRATIONS 978-0-8232-3951-1 PAPER, $19.95, £12.99 sI mUltANeO Us eleCtrO NI C ed I t I O N AVA I l A Bl e

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Artists’ soHo

49 Episodes of Intimate History rICHArd KOstelANetZ “ . . . Like the neighborhood it describes, Kostelanetz’s cheerfully episodic book is full of odd corners, secret alleys and sudden vistas.”—Publisher’s Weekly (on the first edition) 288 PAGES, 20 B/W ILLUSTRATIONS 978-0-8232-6282-3 PAPER, $25.00, £15.99 sI mUltANeO Us eleCtrO NI C edI tI O N AVA I l A Bl e

From a Nickel to a token

The Journey from Board of Transportation to MTA ANdreW J. sPArBerG “Mr. Sparberg traces nearly three decades at the dawn of public ownership, from the city’s acquisition and unification of the subway system, to the demolition of the elevated lines, to the replacement of trolleys by buses, to the elimination of the politically sacrosanct nickel fare and the first air-conditioned subways.”—The New York Times 192 PAGES, 150 B/W ILLUSTRATIONS 978-0-8232-6190-1 CLOTH, $35.00, £22.99 sI mUltANeO Us eleCtrO NI C edI tI O N AVA I l A Bl e

Walking New York

Reflections of American Writers from Walt Whitman to Teju Cole stePHeN mIller “In Walking New York, essayist Stephen Miller takes a look at the city’s literary perambulators, examining the writing of Stephen Crane, Alfred Kazin and Teju Cole, among others, and offering an evolving portrait of New York through the centuries. ‘each Writer’ Mr. Miller says in the book’s preface, ‘wanders a different city’.”—The New York Observer 272 PAGES 978-0-8232-6315-8 CLOTH, $29.95, £19.99 sI mUltANeO Us eleCtrO NI C edI tI O N AVA I l A Bl e

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the synagogues of New York’s lower east side

A Retrospective and Contemporary View S e con d Ed i ti o n GerArd r. WOlFe Photographs by Jo Renee Fine and Norman Borden Foreword by Joseph Berger “Wolfe, an architectural historian, unpeels layers of the past behind the congregations and their building . . .[An] excellent new edition.”—The Jewish Week 232 PAGES, 100 B/W ILLUSTRATIONS 978-0-8232-6385-1 PAPER, $22.00, £13.99 sI mUltANeO Us e l eCt rO N I C e d I t I O N AVA I l A Bl e

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e mP Ire stAt e edI tI O Ns the Ville

Cops and Kids in Urban America U p d ate d Ed i t i on GreG dONAldsON With a new epilogue by the Author Foreword by Mark D. Naison “Full of charged moment’s...[The Ville] vivifies the humanity of ghetto residents on both sides of the law, and stands as one of the most gripping inner-city chronicles of recent years.”—Kirkus Reviews, from the first edition 416 PAGES, 16 B/W ILLUSTRATIONS 978-0-8232-6567-1 PAPER, $29.95, £19.99 sI mUltANeO Us eleCtrO NI C ed I t I O N AVA I l A Bl e

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reading Publics

New York City’s Public Libraries, 1754-1911 tOm GlYNN “This lovely, nuanced history of New York City’s early public libraries traces their evolution within the political, social, and cultural worlds that supported them.” —Publishers Weekly 460 PAGES, 27 B/W ILLUSTRATIONS 978-0-8232-6264-9 CLOTH, $35.00, £22.99 sI mUltANeO Us eleCtrO NI C ed I t I O N AVA I l A Bl e

A shot story

From Juvie to Ph.D. dAVId BOrKOWsKI “Powerfully written and compelling, Borkowski’s story is unique. Although he eventually became a professor, he was shot as a fifteen year old hoodlum. His book describes the silences of working-class culture and the male subculture of Staten Island, as well as the complicated interpersonal relations of his Italian American and Polish American family. . . . An important contribution to the understanding of working-class life in the late twentieth century in the U.S.”—ray Mazurek, Penn State State University 288 PAGES, 25 B/W ILLUSTRATIONS 978-0-8232-6599-2 CLOTH, $27.95, £17.99 sI mUltANeO Us eleCtrO NI C ed I t I O N AVA I l A Bl e

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B e stse l le r s the Accidental Playground

Brooklyn Waterfront Narratives of the Undesigned and Unplanned dANIel CAmPO “Daniel Campo. a former New York City planner, considers the serendipitous development of Williamsburg . . .”—Sam roberts, The New York Times 304 PAGES, 16 COLOR AND 50 B/W ILLUSTRATIONS 978-0-8232-5186-5, PAPER, $32.00, £20.99 sI mUltANeO Us eleCtrO NI C ed I t I O N AVA I l A Bl e EMPIRE STATE EDITIONS

the routes Not taken

A Trip Through New York City’s Unbuilt Subway System JOsePH B. rAsKIN “. . . Mr. raskin, the assistant director of government and community relations for New York City Transit, dusts off old blueprints of lines that were never built or never completed, explaining how the system shaped urban development and how political and economic forces conspired to create today’s subways. If only the Transit Construction Commission’s 1920 plan had been adopted: a $350 million, 20-year blueprint that would have provided a grid of subway lines covering all five boroughs and provided for a city with a population even bigger than today’s.”—The New York Times 336 PAGES, 100 B/W ILLUSTRATIONS 978-0-8232-5369-2, CLOTH, $34.95, £22.99 sI mUltANeO Us eleCtrO NI C ed I t I O N AVA I l A Bl e EMPIRE STATE EDITIONS

North Brother Island

The Last Unknown Place in New York City Photographs by Christopher Payne A History by Randall Mason Essay by Robert Sullivan “A gorgeous book: The uncannily moving photographs by Christopher Payne do full justice to North Brother Island’s haunting air of mystery, its unique play of presence and absence. The supporting texts helpfully elucidate the enigma of such wildness, abandonment, vegetative luxuriance, and architectural ruin existing in the midst of New York’s ultra-urbanist environment.”—Phillip Lopate, author of Waterfront 144 PAGES, 130 COLOR ILLUSTRATIONS 978-0-8232-5771-3, CLOTH, $39.95, £39.95 EMPIRE STATE EDITIONS

Italoamericana

The Literature of the Great Migration, 1880-1943 Edited by Francesco Durante General Editor of the American Edition: Robert Viscusi Translations Editor: Anthony Julian Tamburri Bibliographic Editor: James J. Periconi “Italoamericana is a supreme work of scholarship—an archive unto itself in the form of a meticulously researched and scrupulously glossed and documented historical anthology of the literary creation of the Italian migration.”—Pellegrino D’Acierno, Hofstra University 800 PAGES 978-0-8232-6062-1, PAPER, $40.00, £25.99 sI mUltANeO Us eleCtrO NI C ed I t I O N AVA I l A Bl e

Box Boats

How Container Ships Changed the World BrIAN J. CUdAHY “…A book for ship spotters.”—New York Review of Books 352 PAGES, 50 B/W ILLUSTRATIONS 978-0-8232-2569-9 PAPER, $30.00, £19.99

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