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Now available for the first time in audio, on CD or as a digital download.


 The 36-Hour  Day 5

“The best guide of its kind.” Chicago Sun-Times



A Family Guide to Caring for People Who Have Alzheimer Disease, Related Dementias, and Memory Loss AUDIO EDITION

THE 36-HOUR DAY A Family Guide to Caring for People Who Have Alzheimer Disease, Related Dementias, and Memory Loss

fifth edition, audio edition NANCY L. MACE, M.A., and PETER V. RABINS, M.D., M.P.H. Read by Dr. Peter Rabins, this unabridged audio version of the definitive guide for people caring for someone who has dementia features chapters on the causes of dementia, managing the early stages of dementia, the prevention of dementia, and finding appropriate living arrangements for the person who has dementia when home care is no longer an option.

NANCY L. MACE, M.A., is retired. She was a consultant to and member of the board of directors of the Alzheimer’s Association and an assistant in psychiatry and coordinator of the T. Rowe and Eleanor Price Teaching Service of the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences of the Johns Hopkins Univer-

“The best guide of its kind.”

—Chicago Sun-Times

“Both a guide and a legend.”

—Chicago Tribune

“Excellent guidance and clear information of a kind that the family needs . . . The authors offer the realistic advice that sometimes it is better to concede the patient’s frailties than to try to do something about them, and that a compassionate sense of humor often helps.” —New York Times

sity School of Medicine. PETER V. RABINS, M.D., M.P.H., is

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the Richman Family Professor of Alzheimer Disease and Related Disorders in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences of the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Health | JULY 10 disks: 13 hours, 33 minutes,7 seconds 978-1-4214-0777-7  $29.95 £19.50 Also available as a digital download



THE LUPUS ENCYCLOPEDIA A Comprehensive Guide for Patients and Families DONALD E. THOMAS, JR., M.D., FACP, FACR Systematic lupus erythematosus is an autoimmune disease that can affect any system and organ in the body. For the 1.4 million people in the United States who have lupus, their overactive immune system senses that different parts of the body do not belong—and it attacks these parts. The immune system may strike the cells that line the joints or tendons, for example, causing pain and swelling. An incredibly complex disease, lupus must be properly treated for the optimal health and well-being of the person who has it.

The Lupus Encyclopedia is an authoritative compendium that provides detailed explanations of every body system potentially affected by the disease along with practical advice about coping for people with lupus, their loved ones, caregivers, and medical professionals. Illustrated with photographs, diagrams, and tables, The Lupus Encyclopedia explains symptoms, diagnostic methods, medications and their potential side effects, and when to seek medical attention. Dr. Thomas provides information for women who wish to become pregnant and advises readers about working with a disability, complementary and alternative medicine, infections, cancer, and a host of other topics

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DONALD E. THOMAS, JR., M.D., FACP, FACR, is an assistant professor of medicine at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and teaches rheumatology at the Walter Health | DECEMBER  864 pages  7 x 10  15 halftones, 37 line drawings 978-1-4214-0984-9 $34.95  £22.50 pb 978-1-4214-0983-2 $69.95 (s)  £45.00 hc Available as an e-book

Reed National Military Medical Center. He is a practicing physician and currently serves as a member of the Medical-Scientific Advisory Council of the Lupus Foundation (DC/MD/VA chapter). 7

People who have lupus need this book to stay as healthy as possible.


This third edition incorporates findings from years of intensive research.

PARKINSON’S DISEASE A Complete Guide for Patients and Families

third edition WILLIAM J. WEINER, M.D., LISA M. SHULMAN, M.D., and ANTHONY E. LANG, M.D., F.R.C.P. Recent innovations, including deep brain stimulation and new medications, have significantly improved the lives of people who have Parkinson’s disease. Nevertheless, they continue to face many challenges. Patients and families have long relied on Parkinson’s Disease for reliable advice about medical, emotional, and physical issues. Bringing this trusted guide up to date, three expert neurologists describe • A new chapter devoted to exercise • New findings about the genetics of the disease

WILLIAM J. WEINER, M.D., was director of the Maryland Parkinson’s Disease Center and professor and chairman of the Department of Neurology at the University of Maryland School of Medicine. LISA M. SHULMAN,

• Promising uses of new technologies such as tablet devices for people who have trouble communicating • A complete update on treatments such as medications, surgery, and more

M.D., is a professor of neurology, holds the Eugenia Brin Professorship, and is the Rosalyn Newman Distinguished Scholar in Parkinson’s Disease at the University of Maryland. ANTHONY E. LANG, M.D., F.R.C.P., is the director of the Morton and Gloria Shulman Movement Disorders Center and the Edmond J. Safra Program in Parkinson’s Disease at Toronto Western Hospital. Health | DECEMBER 272 pages  6 x 9  22 b&w illustrations 978-1-4214-1076-0 $19.95  £13.00 pb 978-1-4214-1075-3 $50.00 (s)  £32.50 hc Available as an e-book

“The best comprehensive guide on Parkinson’s disease I have ever read. If I were suggesting a book for my primary care physician to read on Parkinson’s disease, this would be the one.” —APDA Young Parkinson’s Newsletter A Johns Hopkins Press Health Book



Also available as an iBook.

LIVING WITH ITCH A Patient’s Guide GIL YOSIPOVITCH, M.D., and SHAWN G. KWATRA, M.D. We have all experienced itch, whether from insect bites or dry skin, but millions of people worldwide have chronic or even intractable itch. Just like chronic pain, chronic itch interferes with function—even with quality of life. Living with Itch offers relief, drawing on the authors’ vast knowledge of itch, the suffering it causes, and available treatments. Itch researchers and clinicians Drs. Gil Yosipovitch and Shawn G. Kwatra explain what itch is and the cascade of physiological events that cause us to experience it. They describe the many skin diseases, from atopic dermatitis (also known as eczema) to psoriasis, and conditions like chronic kidney disease, lymphoma, HIV, and neuropathies that cause itch.

Living with Itch provides information on preventing itch as well as topical and systemic therapies, regardless of what’s causing the itch. Patient and parent narratives explain how itch affects their lives and how they cope with a symptom that can, with medical and social support, be managed.

A Johns Hopkins Press Health Book GIL YOSIPOVITCH, M.D., is a professor of dermatology, neurobiology, and anatomy at Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center. He is known as the “Godfather of Itch” and is the founder of the International Forum for the Study of Itch. SHAWN G. KWATRA, M.D., is a resident in the department of dermatology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Health | OCTOBER  128 pages  5½ x 8½  31 color illustrations, 1 b&w illustration 978-1-4214-1233-7 $16.95 £11.00 pb Available as an e-book, an enhanced e-book, and an iBook with 9 videos and 8 interactive graphics



Ten rules of medical decision making— and when to break them.

GET INSIDE YOUR DOCTOR’S HEAD Ten Commonsense Rules for Making Better Decisions about Medical Care PHILLIP K. PETERSON, M.D. With so many medical tests and treatments and so much scientific and medical information—some of it contradictory—how can people make the best medical decisions? Most medical decisions, it turns out, are based on common sense. In this short and easy-to-read book, Dr. Phillip K. Peterson explains the Ten Rules of Internal Medicine. Using real case examples, he shows how following the rules will help consumers make good decisions about their medical care.

Get Inside Your Doctor’s Head provides advice about such questions as when to seek treatment, when to get another opinion, and when to let time take its course. Turn to the Ten Rules when you are weighing your doctor’s recommendations about diagnostic tests


and treatments and use them to communicate more effectively with your doctor. Follow the

professor of medicine and an infectious

Ten Rules to make decisions in the increasingly complicated medical world when you need

diseases specialist at the University of

guidance about health matters for yourself and your loved ones.

Minnesota Medical School. He is a fellow of the American College of Medicine and of the Infectious Diseases Society of America. He is also on the faculties of the University of Minnesota School of Public Health and the College of Veterinary Medicine.

“In simple direct language Dr. Peterson tells readers how to understand their doctors’ recommendations and ask intelligent questions about their validity. This straightforward information provides valuable tools to help readers evaluate medical advice and become effective self-advocates for the highest quality medical care available.” —Charles E. Davis, M.D., University of California, San Diego, author of The International Traveler’s Guide to Avoiding Infections

Health | SEPTEMBER  144 pages  5 x 7 978-1-4214-1069-2 $15.95  £10.50 hc Available as an e-book

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A neuroscientist explores the biological bases of schizophrenia and tells the heartbreaking story of his own brother’s battle with the disease.

SCHIZOPHRENIA A Brother Finds Answers in Biological Science RONALD CHASE When bright lives are derailed by schizophrenia, bewildered and anxious families struggle to help and to cope, even as scientists search for causes and treatments that prove elusive. Painful and often misunderstood, schizophrenia profoundly affects people who have the disease and their loved ones. Here Ronald Chase, an accomplished biologist, sets out to discover the facts about the disease and to better understand what happened to his older brother, Jim, who developed schizophrenia as a young adult. Chase’s account alternates between a fiercely loyal and honest memoir and rigorous scientific exploration. He finds scientific answers to deeply personal questions about the course of his brother’s illness. Chase also explores the stigma of mental illness, the evolution of schizophrenia, the paradox of its persistence despite low reproduction rates in persons with the disease, and the human stories behind death statistics. With the author’s intimate knowledge of the suffering caused by this disease, Schizophrenia emphasizes research strategies, the importance of sound scientific approaches, and the challenges that remain.

RONALD CHASE is a professor emeritus of biology at McGill University. He is

“I do not know of another book that gives an account of the course of schizophre- author of The Physical Basis of Mental nia across an entire lifetime. Chase’s technique of alternating chapters between the Illness and Behavior and Its Neural Control science and the personal to tell the story of his brother’s illness uniquely melds two in Gastropod Molluscs. equally important but very different perspectives on this terrible illness. The result Health | NOVEMBER  208 pages  6 x 9  is a book that is compelling, heartbreaking, and hopeful all at the same time.” —Francis Mark Mondimore, M.D., Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, Johns Hopkins Medicine, and author of Depression, the Mood Disease 11

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LIVING SAFELY, AGING WELL A Guide to Preventing Injuries at Home DOROTHY A. DRAGO, M.P.H.

Older adults can stay healthy longer by avoiding injury at home.

As we age, our sense of balance and our vision, hearing, and cognition become less sharp. These changes greatly increase our risk of injury. In Living Safely, Aging Well, nationally recognized safety expert Dorothy A. Drago spells out how to prevent unintentional injury while cooking, gardening, sleeping, driving—and just walking around the house. In the first part of the book Drago describes the causes of injuries by type—falls, burns, poisoning, and asphyxia—and explains how to decrease the risk of each. She then explores the home environment room by room, pointing out potential hazards and explaining how to avoid them, for example, by installing night lights, eliminating glass coffee tables, and using baby monitors. Lively line drawings make it easy for readers to visualize risks and implement prevention techniques. Living Safely, Aging Well pays special attention to hazards encountered by people with Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia. A chapter devoted to health literacy helps people and caregivers make the best use of the medical care system.

“Presented in an easy-to-read format appropriate as a resource for the healthcare professionals as well as a caregiver and the general population.” —Margaret Galante, R.N., B.S.N., Glenner Memory Care Center

DOROTHY A. DRAGO, M.P.H., owns Drago Expert Services, which evaluates consumer product safety, designs safety communication, and provides litigation support. She previously worked as a senior analyst for the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and is author of From Crib to

Kindergarten: The Essential Child Safety Guide, also published by Johns Hopkins. 12

Health | JANUARY  192 pages  6 x 9¼  28 b&w illustrations 978-1-4214-1152-1 $16.95  £11.00 pb 978-1-4214-1151-4 $45.00(s)  £29.00 hc Available as an e-book


Explores all aspects of health as men reach middle age and beyond.

A MAN’S GUIDE TO HEALTHY AGING Stay Smart, Strong, and Active EDWARD H. THOMPSON, JR., and LENARD W. KAYE As they reach middle age, most men begin looking forward to “what’s next.” They gear up to experience renewed productivity and purpose and are more conscious of their health. A

Man’s Guide to Healthy Aging is an authoritative resource for middle aged and older men. The authors—a medical sociologist and a gerontologist and social worker—in collaboration with a variety of medical experts, provide a comprehensive guide to healthy aging from a man’s perspective. Edward H. Thompson, Jr., and Lenard W. Kaye describe the actions men can take to stay healthy, how body systems function, and what changes may occur as men age. They consider how physical health and state of mind are connected. They show the importance of interacting with friends and family.

A Man’s Guide to Healthy Aging is a must-read for all men. Refusing to embrace the ageist stereotype of men spending their later years “winding down,” this book will help


men reinvent themselves once, twice, or more by managing their health, creating new ca-

professor of sociology and director of the

reers, and contributing their skills and experiences to their communities.

women’s and gender studies department

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at the College of the Holy Cross.

LENARD W. KAYE is a professor of social work and the director of the Center on Aging at the University of Maine. Health | NOVEMBER  608 pages  7 x 10  51 b&w illustrations 978-1-4214-1056-2 $30.95  £20.00 pb 978-1-4214-1055-5 $65.00 (s)  £42.00 hc Available as an e-book




An expert physician empowers parents to make informed decisions about their child’s care.

Global impairment of the central nervous system, whether stable or progressive, is often called severe neurological impairment (SNI). A child who has SNI will be cared for both by specialist clinicians and by parents at home. A parent is a child’s best expert and advocate, and many parents become highly skilled in managing their child’s care. This guide provides information to help parents increase their knowledge and improve their caregiving skills. In Caring for Children Who Have Severe Neurological Impairment, Dr. Julie M. Hauer advocates shared decision making between family caregivers and healthcare providers. She details aspects of medical care such as pain, sleep, feeding, and respiratory problems. Tables and key points summarize discussions for clear, quick reference, while case studies and stories illustrate how different families approach decision making, communication, care plans, and informed consent. Parents and other caregivers will find this book to be indispensable—as will bioethicists clinicians, and others who care for children with neurological and neuromuscular disorders. Dr. Hauer offers hope and practical coping strategies in equal measure.

“A much needed resource for families struggling to stay informed and make decisions for their children. It also is a new and essential resource for pediatric palliative care professionals who walk alongside families as guides.” —Jody Chrastek, DNP, RN, CHPN, Children’s Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota A Johns Hopkins Press Health Book JULIE M. HAUER, M.D., is an assistant professor at Harvard Medical School, medical director of Seven Hills Pediatric Center, and a staff member in General Pediatrics, Complex Care Service, at Boston Children’s Hospital. 14

Health | AUGUST  480 pages  6 x 9¼ 978-1-4214-0937-5 $34.95  £22.50 pb Available as an e-book


The only comprehensive book on children’s teeth—written for adults.

YOUR CHILD’S TEETH A Complete Guide for Parents EVELINA WEIDMAN STERLING and ANGIE BEST-BOSS Children’s dental health involves much more than a toothbrush. Dental disease is the number one chronic childhood illness, and avoiding dental disease involves comprehensive dental care. In Your Child’s Teeth, consumer health authors Evelina Weidman Sterling and Angie Best-Boss team up with pediatric dental and oral health experts and the National Children’s Oral Health Foundation to answer hundreds of questions about children’s teeth. Topics include • how thumb sucking and pacifiers affect teeth • how to brush your young children’s teeth • how to calm a child who is afraid of the dentist • how to help special needs children get proper dental care • how medical problems affect teeth • how fluoride rinses and dental sealants work

EVELINA WEIDMAN STERLING, PH.D., M.P.H., is an educator in the field

• how a root canal is done

of public health and the author of several

• how to make the orthodontia decision

award-winning books on consumer health.

ANGIE BEST-BOSS, R.N., is a health

This book will help parents help children develop good dental habits for a lifetime of

writer and patient advocate.

healthy teeth. Health | OCTOBER  256 pages  6 x 9  12 b&w illustrations 978-1-4214-1063-0 $18.95  £12.00 pb 978-1-4214-1062-3 $40.00 (s)  £26.00 hc Available as an e-book



Vital information about new treatments and dietary factors affecting irritable bowel syndrome.

MAKING SENSE OF IBS A Physician Answers Your Questions about Irritable Bowel Syndrome

second edition BRIAN E. LACY, PH.D., M.D. IBS affects almost one in six Americans and is characterized by abdominal pain, bloating, gas, and diarrhea and constipation. Today physicians are better able to diagnose this complex disorder, understand and explain its origins, and develop a treatment plan that effectively meets the individual needs of a patient. Since publication of the first edition of Making Sense of IBS, diagnosis and treatment of irritable bowel syndrome have changed significantly. Drawing on his many years of experience treating people who have symptoms of IBS, Dr. Brian E. Lacy has greatly expanded the first edition, adding new topics and the latest findings on tests, medications, alternative

BRIAN E. LACY, PH.D., M.D., is a professor of medicine at Geisel School of Medicine at Dartmouth and Chief, Section of Gastroenterology and Hepatology, at the Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, New Hampshire. He is coauthor of Healing Heartburn, also published by

treatments, dietary factors, and lifestyle.

Making Sense of IBS is an essential resource for anyone who has symptoms or a diagnosis of IBS as well as for health professionals who treat people with this complex disorder. Praise for the first edition

“This book is very well-written, clear, and certainly reaches its goal of clearing up the many misconceptions and misinterpretations that surround IBS.” —Digestive and Liver Disease

Johns Hopkins.

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Health | DECEMBER  352 pages  6 x 9  20 b&w illustrations 978-1-4214-1115-6  $21.95  £14.00 pb Available as an e-book 




The Strategy and Statecraft of Zbigniew Brzezinski edited by CHARLES GATI with a foreword by President Jimmy Carter Zbigniew Brzezinski’s multifaceted career dealing with U.S. security and foreign policy has led him from the halls of academia to multiple terms in public service, including a stint as President Carter’s National Security Advisor from 1977 to 1981. He is a renowned policy analyst and author who frequently appears as a commentator on popular talk shows, including MSNBC’s Morning Joe and PBS’s NewsHour. Brzezinski’s strategic vision continues to carry a great deal of gravitas. To assess the ramifications of Brzezinski’s engagement in world politics and policy making, Charles Gati has enlisted many of the top foreign policy players of the past thirty years to reflect on and analyze the man and his work. His vibrant introduction and concluding one-on-one interview with Brzezinski lucidly frame the book’s critical assessment of this major statesman’s accomplishments.

“Charles Gati has done a service to scholars and to all who are interested in U.S. foreign policy. Zbig is both a long overdue tribute and a comprehensive, balanced, and much-needed study of Dr. Brzezinski’s extraordinary career.” ­—Madeleine Albright, former U. S. Secretary of State

CHARLES GATI is a senior fellow in The Foreign Policy Institute and a professorial lecturer of Russian and Eurasian Studies at The Johns Hopkins University Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS). His books include Failed Political Science  |  SEPTEMBER  288 pages  6 x 9  8 b&w illustrations 978-1-4214-0976-4 $29.95   £19.50 hc Available as an e-book

Illusions: Moscow, Washington, Budapest, and the 1956 Hungarian Revolt and The Bloc That Failed: Soviet–East European Relations in Transition. 17

The first comprehensive account of Zbigniew Brzezinski’s complementary roles as author, academic, policy maker, and critic.


Are alien civilizations really possible?

ALIEN UNIVERSE Extraterrestrial Life in Our Minds and in the Cosmos DON LINCOLN If extraterrestrials exist, where are they? What is the probability that somewhere out there in the universe an Earth-like planet supports an advanced culture? Why do so many people claim to have encountered aliens? In this gripping exploration, scientist Don Lincoln exposes and explains the truths about the belief in and the search for alien life. In the first half of Alien Universe, Lincoln looks to Western civilization’s collective image of aliens, showing how our perceptions of extraterrestrials have evolved over time. The roots of this belief can be traced as far back as our earliest recognition that there were other planets in the universe, and the idea of aliens has fascinated us ever since. The world was fooled in the nineteenth century during the Great Moon Hoax of 1835 and again in the twentieth with Orson Welles’s 1938 radio broadcast, The War of the Worlds. And our continuing interest is reflected in entertainment successes such as E. T., The X-Files, and Star Trek. The second half of the book deals with the scientific possibility that advanced alien civilizations do exist. For many years, researchers have sought to answer Enrico Fermi’s great paradox—if there are so many planets in the universe, and a high probability that many

DON LINCOLN is a senior scientist at Fermilab and author of The Quantum

Frontier: The Large Hadron Collider, also

of those can support life, then why have we not actually encountered any aliens (apologies to those who are sure we have)? Lincoln describes how modern science teaches us what is possible and what is not.

published by Johns Hopkins. Science | NOVEMBER  256 pages  6 x 9  23 b&w photos, 13 line drawings 978-1-4214-1072-2 $29.95  £19.50 hc Available as an e-book



The fascinating biology and evolutionary history of these odd, flightless birds.

PENGUINS The Animal Answer Guide GERALD L. KOOYMAN AND WAYNE LYNCH Iconic birds made even more famous by the 2005 film March of the Penguins, penguins conjure up images of caring parents, devoted couples, and tough survivors. In Penguins: The

Animal Answer Guide, Gerald Kooyman and Wayne Lynch inform readers about all seventeen species, including the Emperor Penguin made famous by the film. Do you know why penguins live only in the southern hemisphere? Or that they can be ferocious predators? Why are penguins black and white? Do they play? This book answers these questions and many more, illuminating the fascinating biology and evolutionary history of these odd, flightless birds. Kooyman has studied penguins for decades and Lynch’s photographs of penguins in the wild are the best ever captured. The result of their combined effort is an engaging book that answers every penguin question you’ve ever had.

GERALD L. KOOYMAN is a professor emeritus at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography and is the world’s foremost expert on Emperor Penguins.

WAYNE LYNCH is Canada’s most published wildlife photographer. His books include Owls of the United States and Canada: A Complete Guide to

Their Biology and Behavior and Polar Bears: A Complete Guide to Their Biology and Behavior, both published by Johns Hopkins. Science | OCTOBER  192 pages  7 x 10  39 color photos, 73 halftones 978-1-4214-1051-7  $26.95  £17.50 pb 978-1-4214-1050-0  $50.00 (s)  £32.50 hc Available as an e-book



When preserving our history, what do we choose to value, why, and who decides?

WHO OWNS AMERICA’S PAST? The Smithsonian and the Problem of History ROBERT C. POST In 1994, when the National Air and Space Museum announced plans to display the Enola Gay, the B-29 sent to destroy Hiroshima with an atomic bomb, the ensuing political uproar left the museum's parent Smithsonian Institution entirely unprepared. As the largest such complex in the world, the Smithsonian cares for millions of objects and has displayed everything from George Washington's sword to moon rocks to Dorothy’s ruby slippers from The Wizard of Oz. Why did this particular object arouse such controversy? From an insider’s perspective, Robert C. Post’s Who Owns America’s Past? offers insight into the politics of display and the interpretation of history. Never before has a book about the Smithsonian detailed the recent and dramatic shift from collection-driven shows, with artifacts meant to speak for themselves, to concept-driven exhibitions, in which objects aim to tell a story, displayed like illustrations in

ROBERT C. POST, now curator emeritus,

a book. Even more recently, the trend is to show artifacts along with props, sound effects,

was employed by the Smithsonian for

and interactive elements in order to create an immersive environment. Rather than looking

twenty-three years, beginning in 1973. His

at history, visitors are invited to experience it.

books include Urban Mass Transit: The Life

Post gives the reader a behind-the-scenes view of internal tempests as they

Story of a Technology and High

brewed and how different personalities and experts passionately argued about the best

Performance: The Culture and Technology of

way to present the story of America.

Drag Racing, 1950–2000, both published by Johns Hopkins. American History  |  OCTOBER  416 pages  6 x 9¼  49 halftones 978-1-4214-1100-2 $29.95  £19.50 hc Available as an e-book

“Robert Post’s study of the evolution of America’s premier museum is authoritative, thorough, and engagingly written by a curatorial insider with a critical perspective.”

—Michael Kammen, Cornell University 20


The definitive study on the history, meaning, art, and commerce of Amish quilts.

AMISH QUILTS Crafting an American Icon JANNEKEN SMUCKER Quilts have become a cherished symbol of Amish craftsmanship and the beauty of the simple life. Country stores in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, and other tourist regions display row after row of handcrafted quilts—a favorite souvenir for tourists and a source of income for the quilters. In luxury homes, office buildings, and museums, the quilts have been preserved and displayed as priceless artifacts. Amish Quilts explores how these objects went from practical bed linens to contemporary art. In this in-depth study, illustrated with more than 100 stunning color photographs, Janneken Smucker discusses what makes an Amish quilt Amish. She examines the value of quilts to those who have made, bought, sold, exhibited, and preserved them and how that value changes as a quilt travels from Amish hands to marketplace to consumers. Through her own observations as well as oral histories, newspaper accounts, ephemera, and other archival sources, Smucker seeks to understand how the term “Amish” became a style, and what it means to both quiltmakers and consumers alike.

JANNEKEN SMUCKER is an assistant professor of history at West Chester

“Smucker’s excellent book is beautifully written and will significantly advance the scholarship in quilt studies and, more broadly, material culture studies and art history. This is the book that will stand as the authoritative text on Amish quiltmaking.” —Marsha MacDowell, Michigan State University Museum Young Center Books in Anabaptist and Pietist Studies Donald B. Kraybill, Series Editor


University. She is coauthor of Amish

Abstractions: Quilts from the Collection of Faith and Stephen Brown and Amish Crib Quilts from the Midwest: The Sara Miller Collection. She is also a quiltmaker. American History  |  NOVEMBER  320 pages  8½ x 11  101 color photos, 5 b&w photos 978-1-4214-1053-1 $34.95  £22.50 hc Available as an e-book


Baltimore’s remarkable football traditions—from the Colts to the Ravens—expressed in sports memorabilia.

FOOTBALL IN BALTIMORE History and Memorabilia from Colts to Ravens

second edition TED PATTERSON with contributions by Dean Smith photography by Edwin H. Remsberg forewords by Raymond Berry and Michael Gibbons A radio and television sports announcer who moved to Baltimore in what turned out to be the final decade of the Baltimore Colts, Ted Patterson has amassed one of the world’s premier collections of Baltimore sports memorabilia. In this heavily illustrated history of football in Baltimore, he takes us on a tour of his remarkable collection—highlighting memorable games and players and exploring pop culture that surrounded and has survived them.

TED PATTERSON, a broadcast journalist, has covered the Baltimore sports scene since 1973. He is author of Day-by-Day

in Baltimore Orioles History. DEAN

SMITH covers the Baltimore Ravens and the Orioles for the Baltimore Brew. His

The second edition continues the story of the Raven’s success—from their first Super Bowl victory in 2001 to the emotional parade through downtown Baltimore after winning Super Bowl XLVII. New chapters from Baltimore poet and sports aficionado Dean Smith capture the energy of Purple Fridays, the larger-than-life personalities of Ray Lewis, Hall of Famer Jonathan Ogden, Jamal Lewis, Matt Stover, Ed Reed, and Joe Flacco, and the city’s embrace of the Ravens as a reflection of Baltimore itself.

sportswriting has appeared in Press Box,

Fan Magazine, Baltimore City Paper, and on the websites and the Midnight Mind Review.

Praise for the first edition

“The text of Football in Baltimore is lively, sportswriter recall plus interviews; strong on names and scores.”—James Bready, Baltimore Sun

Sports | OCTOBER  360 pages  8½ x 10  60 color illustrations, 214 b&w photos 978-1-4214-1236-8 $44.95  £29.00 hc



A YEAR ACROSS MARYLAND A Week-by-Week Guide to Discovering Nature in the Chesapeake Region BRYAN MacKAY When can you find ripe blueberries along the Appalachian Trail in Maryland? Where can you see the air filled with monarch butterflies as they migrate south each autumn? If you want to enjoy nature this weekend, where is the best place to visit? Bryan MacKay can tell you. Written as an almanac, A Year across Maryland invites you to explore the natural world throughout the year, from watching bald eagles nesting in January to harvesting mistletoe in December. Entries identify the best time and place to experience such wonders as wildflowers blooming, birds in migration, amphibians singing, and morel mushrooms ready to be picked, sliced, sautéed, and savored. Color photographs of more than seventy species enrich and illustrate the text. Every week of the year has a recommended “Trip of the Week,” while monthly personal essays that draw from MacKay’s field notes provide an intimate glimpse into a biologist’s encounters with plants and animals over the years.

“This is a delightful book packed with information on a diversity of organisms with explicit instructions on how to enjoy marvelous creatures virtually every day of the year. MacKay’s passion for natural history is palpable.” —Lytton John Musselman, author of Plants of the Chesapeake Bay: A Guide to Wildflowers, Grasses, Aquatic Vegetation,Trees, Shrubs, and Other Flora

BRYAN MacKAY is a senior lecturer emeritus in the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. He is the author of Hiking, Cycling, and Canoeing in Nature | SEPTEMBER  320 pages  5½ x 8½  78 color photos 978-1-4214-0939-9 $24.95  £16.00 pb Available as an e-book

Maryland: A Family Guide and Baltimore Trails: A Guide for Hikers and Mountain Bikers, both published by Johns Hopkins. 23

A week-by-week look at the abundant wildlife and plants in and around Maryland— where and when to find them.


MARYLAND IN BLACK AND WHITE Documentary Photography from the Great Depression and World War II CONSTANCE B. SCHULZ

Compelling photographs of people and places throughout Maryland during one of the nation’s most anxious decades.

Between 1935 and 1943, the United States government commissioned forty-four photographers to capture American faces, along with living and working conditions, across the country. Nearly 180,000 photographs were taken—4,000 in Maryland—and they are now preserved in the Prints and Photographs Division of the Library of Congress. Constance B. Schulz presents a selection of these images in Maryland in Black and White. Within these pages, the farms and coal fields of 1930s and ‘40s western Maryland, the tobacco fields of southern Maryland, watermen in wooden boats along the Eastern Shore, and smiling couples dancing at a wartime senior prom come back to life. These photographs reveal places we know but scarcely recognize and give us another look at the people of “the greatest generation.”

CONSTANCE B. SCHULZ is a professor emeritus of history at the University of South Carolina. She is author of Michigan Remembered:

1936–1943, Photographs from the Farm Security Administration and the Office of War Information and coeditor of Witness to the Fifties: The

Pittsburgh Photographic Library, 1950–1953. 24

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Yakety yak (don’t talk back)!

FRONT STOOPS IN THE FIFTIES Baltimore Legends Come of Age MICHAEL OLESKER Front Stoops in the Fifties recounts the monumental past of some of Baltimore’s most famous icons who grew up during the “decade of conformity.” Familiar faces such as Jerry Leiber, Nancy Pelosi, Thurgood Marshall, and Barry Levinson figure prominently in this gripping chronicle based on personal interviews and journalistic research. Michael Olesker marks the end of the fifties with the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. “It was as if millions of us suddenly felt the need to express our anxieties and our anger, as if Kennedy’s murder exposed some hypocrisy at the heart of the American dream,” he writes. Focusing on the period leading up to this major turning point in U.S. history, Olesker looks to the individuals living through the changes that were just beginning to surface and would later come to prominence in the sixties.

“A highly readable local history lesson on the good, the bad, and the ugly of life here in the extremely edgy city of Baltimore, Maryland. Michael Olesker digs deep and his scathing, alarming, and sometimes hilarious reporting of our past asks the question—have we come a long way in fifty years or are our race and class issues still scarily the same?”                —John Waters

MICHAEL OLESKER was a columnist for the Baltimore Sun for twenty-five years. He is the author of Michael Olesker’s Baltimore: If You Live Here, You’re Home and The Colts’ Baltimore: A City and Its Love Affair in the 1950s, both published by Johns Hopkins. American History  |  DECEMBER  256 pages  6 x 9 978-1-4214-1160-6   $29.95  £19.50 hc Available as an e-book



EINSTEIN’S JEWISH SCIENCE Physics at the Intersection of Politics and Religion STEVEN GIMBEL

Now available in paperback.

“Gimbel . . . takes readers on enlightening excursions through the nature of Judaism, Hegelian philosophy, wherever his curiosity leads.” —New York Times Book Review “A fascinating and enlightening discussion of many aspects of the scientific, philosophical, religious, cultural, and political history of the 20th century that examines the many different ways in which one might understand the suggestion that Einstein’s physics expresses or reflects something distinctively Jewish.” —Physics Today “A lively, intentionally provocative and wholly compelling inquiry into the Jewishness of Einstein himself and the world-changing scientific revolution that he set in motion.” —Jewish Journal “Gimbel spins out what could have been a mere provocation into a wide-ranging and entertaining collision of science, history, philosophy, and religion.” —Zocalo Public Square

STEVEN GIMBEL is the Edwin T. and Cynthia Shearer Johnson Professor for Distinguished Teaching in the Humanities and chair of the Department of Philosophy at Gettysburg College, where he won the Luther and Bernice Johnson Award for Distinguished Teaching. He is author of

Exploring the Scientific Method: Cases and Questions; René Descartes: The Search for Certainty; and Defending Einstein: Hans Reichenbach’s

Writings on Space, Time, and Motion. 26

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The first study of how the gap year can make young people more effective students and better citizens.

GAP YEAR How Delaying College Changes People in Ways the World Needs JOSEPH O’SHEA With some of the most prestigious universities in America now urging students to defer admissions so they can experience the world, the idea of the gap year has taken hold in America. Since its development in Britain nearly fifty years ago, taking time off between secondary school and college has allowed students the opportunity to travel, develop crucial life skills, and grow up, all while doing volunteer work in much needed parts of the developing world. Until now, there has been no systematic study of how the gap year helps students develop as young scholars and citizens. Joseph O’Shea has produced the first empirically based analysis of how the gap year influences student development. He also establishes a context for better understanding this personal development and suggests concrete ways universities and educators can develop effective gap year programs.

“O’Shea asks whether gap years are worthwhile with gusto and authority. His rich qualitative approach, packed with student interviews, provides ample evidence that the answer is ‘Yes.’ That year, done well, can be a springboard to college success by giving students strength, grit, confidence, inspiration, knowledge, curiosity, empathy, JOSEPH O’SHEA is director of Florida and more.” State University’s Office of Undergraduate —John B. Bader, author of Dean’s List: Eleven Habits Research and an adjunct professor in the of Highly Successful College Students colleges of education and social science.

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An unparalleled introduction to the amazing world of ocean waves.

THE SCIENCE OF OCEAN WAVES Ripples, Tsunamis, and Stormy Seas J. B. ZIRKER “Powerful ocean waves fascinate the public, and they have made a lot of news lately.” With that indisputable observation, scientist J. B. Zirker takes off on a whirlwind tour of the world of waves—from the “ordinary” waves that constantly churn the sea to the rogues or freaks that can rise up seemingly from nowhere to heights of 20 meters or more . . . and everything in between.

The Science of Ocean Waves explains in accessible language how waves are formed, how they move, how they become huge and destructive, and how they’re being studied now for clues that will help us plan for the future. Drawing on some of the recent storms that have devastated entire regions—such as Hurricane Katrina, the tsunami launched by the 2004 Sumatran earthquake, and the great

J. B. ZIRKER is an astronomer emeritus at the National Solar Observatory and author of Sunquakes: Probing the Interior

of the Sun; An Acre of Glass: A History and Forecast of the Telescope; and The

tsunami that crushed the shore of Japan in 2011—Zirker explains the forces that cause these monster waves and reveals the toll they take on human lives. Enhanced by more than 45 illustrations and a comprehensive glossary, The Science of

Ocean Waves will fascinate anyone curious about the science behind the headlines. Praise for J. B. Zirker

Magnetic Universe: The Elusive Traces of an Invisible Force, all published by Johns Hopkins. Science | NOVEMBER  272 pages  6 x 9  49 b&w illustrations 978-1-4214-1078-4 $39.95 (a)  £26.00 hc Available as an e-book


“Scientists know their stuff but are rarely good storytellers, whereas good storytellers rarely possess the necessary sweeping command of a scientific discipline. Zirker is that rare animal who can both communicate the most demanding technical detail and make it accessible.” —New Scientist


How our thirst for more and larger houses is undermining society and what we can do about it.

THE HOUSING BOMB Why Our Addiction to Houses Is Destroying the Environment and Threatening Our Society M. NILS PETERSON, TARLA RAI PETERSON, and JIANGUO LIU Have we built our way to ruin? Is your desire for that beach house or cabin in the woods part of the environmental crisis? Do you really need a bigger home? Why don’t multiple generations still live under one roof? In The Housing Bomb, leading environmental researchers M. Nils Peterson, Tarla Rai Peterson, and Jianguo Liu sound the alarm, explaining how and why our growing addiction to houses has taken the humble American dream and twisted it into an environmental and societal nightmare.

“In this compelling book we are shown the destructive folly of humanity’s insatiable appetite for bigger and bigger homes, and for second and third homes, a largely unrecognized factor in the human environmental predicament. Regardless of the negative impact on our life- M. NILS PETERSON is an associate professor in the Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources at North Carolina State University. support systems, too many of us view the home not as a TARLA RAI PETERSON is the Boone and Crockett Chair in Wildlife comfortable necessity of life but as a symbol of our status and Conservation Policy at Texas A&M University and a professor of and success. On every page of this book, however, we learn environmental communication at the Swedish University of Agricultural the terrible consequences for our future if this symbiosis of individual vanity and short-term, short-sighted govern- Sciences. JIANGUO LIU is the Rachel Carson Chair in Sustainability, a University Distinguished Professor, and the director of the Center for ment policy is not interrupted. These authors, descendants Systems Integration and Sustainability at Michigan State University. of Cassandra, are ignored at our peril.” —Paul R. Ehrlich, Stanford University, author of The Population Bomb

Environment | NOVEMBER  224 pages  6 x 9  1 b&w photo, 17 line drawings 978-1-4214-1065-4 $29.95 (a)  £19.50 hc Available as an e-book




LIGHTS ON! The Science of Power Generation MARK DENNY

Watt’s up? A reader-friendly introduction to all things power.

Mark Denny takes us on a fun tour, examining the nature of energy, tracing the history of power generation, explaining the processes from production through transmission to use, and addressing questions that are currently in the headlines such as: • Is natural gas the best alternative energy source in the near term? • Could solar power be the answer to all our problems? • Why is nuclear power such a hard sell, and are the concerns valid? Devoting individual chapters to each of the sources of power—electrical, coal, oil and natural gas, hydro, nuclear, and solar—Denny explains the pros and cons of each, their availability worldwide, and which are in dwindling supply. Making clear that his approach is that of “a scientist and engineer, not a politician or businessman,” Denny addresses environmental concerns by providing information to help readers understand the science and engineering of power generation so they can discuss contemporary energy issues from an informed perspective.

MARK DENNY is a theoretical physicist who worked in academia and industry. He is author of a number of books, most recently Gliding for

Gold: The Physics of Winter Sports and The Science of Navigation: From Dead Reckoning to GPS, both published by Johns Hopkins. 30

Science | SEPTEMBER  272 pages  6 x 9  23 halftones, 29 line drawings 978-1-4214-0996-2 $29.95 (a)  £19.50 pb 978-1-4214-0995-5 $59.95 (s)  £38.50 hc Available as an e-book


How encounters with strongly electric fish informed our grasp of electricity.

SPARK FROM THE DEEP How Shocking Experiments with Strongly Electric Fish Powered Scientific Discovery WILLIAM J. TURKEL Spark from the Deep tells the story of how human beings came to understand and use electricity by studying the evolved mechanisms of strongly electric fish. These animals have the ability to shock potential prey or would-be predators with high-powered electrical discharges. William J. Turkel asks fresh questions about the evolutionary, environmental, and historical aspects of people’s interest in electric fish. Stimulated by painful encounters with electric catfish, torpedos, and electric eels, people learned to harness the power of electric shock for medical therapies and eventually developed technologies to store, transmit, and control electricity. Now we look to these fish as an inspiration for engineering new sensors, computer interfaces, autonomous undersea robots, and energy-efficient batteries.

“Turkel has a very imaginative and bold central proposition: that acquaintance with electric fishes is connected to the harnessing of electricity. He is able to bounce around among piscine evolution, plate tectonics, electromagnetism, the history of science, and much else with ease and aplomb. I can WILLIAM J. TURKEL is an associate professor of history at the University of imagine a prize-winning book here.” —John R. McNeill, Georgetown University Animals, History, Culture Harriet Ritvo, Series Editor


Western Ontario and is author of The

Archive of Place: Unearthing the Pasts of the Chilcotin Plateau. History of Science  |  SEPTEMBER  304 pages  6 x 9 978-1-4214-0981-8 $34.95 (a)  £22.50 hc Available as an e-book


Documents the disturbing history of four pacifists imprisoned for their refusal to serve during World War I.

PACIFISTS IN CHAINS The Persecution of Hutterites during the Great War DUANE C. S. STOLTZFUS To Hutterites and members of other peace churches, serving the military in any way goes against the biblical commandment “thou shalt not kill” and Jesus’s admonition to turn the other cheek when confronted with violence. Pacifists in Chains tells the story of four young men—Joseph Hofer, Michael Hofer, David Hofer, and Jacob Wipf—who followed these beliefs and refused to perform military service in World War I. The men paid a steep price for their resistance, imprisoned in Alcatraz and Fort Leavenworth, where the two youngest died. The Hutterites buried the men as martyrs, citing mistreatment. Using archival material, letters from the four men and others imprisoned during the war, and interviews with their descendants, Duane C. S. Stoltzfus explores the tension between a country preparing to enter into a world war and a people whose history of martyrdom for their pacifist beliefs goes back to their sixteenth-century Reformation beginnings.

DUANE C. S. STOLTZFUS is a professor of communication at Goshen College and the copy editor of The Mennonite

“Pacifists in Chains is a well-told and carefully documented account . . . Stoltzfus’s book shows the way that religious faith may substantively inform not only the opinions but also the practices of persons who choose to express their love of country in nonviolent ways during times of war. The study is particularly relevant in pointing out the way that even democratic governments often punish those who hold divergent perspectives.” —Rod Janzen, Fresno Pacific University

Quarterly Review.

Young Center Books in Anabaptist and Pietist Studies Donald B. Kraybill, Series Editor

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Soldiers lay wounded or sick as both sides struggled to get them fit to return to battle.

MARROW OF TRAGEDY The Health Crisis of the American Civil War MARGARET HUMPHREYS The Civil War was the greatest health disaster the United States has ever experienced, killing more than a million Americans and leaving many others injured or grieving. Poorly prepared to care for wounded and sick soldiers as the war began, Union and Confederate governments scrambled to provide doctoring and nursing, supplies, and shelter for those felled by warfare or disease. During the war soldiers suffered from measles, dysentery, and pneumonia and needed both preventive and curative food and medicine. Family members—especially women—and governments mounted organizational and support efforts, while army doctors learned to standardize medical thought and practice. Resources in the north helped return soldiers to battle, while Confederate soldiers suffered hunger and other privations and healed more slowly, when they healed at all. In telling the stories of soldiers, families, physicians, nurses, and administrators, historian Margaret Humphreys concludes that medical science was not as limited at the beginning of the war as has been portrayed. Medicine and public health clearly advanced during the war—and continued to do so after military hostilities ceased.

MARGARET HUMPHREYS is the Josiah Charles Trent Professor in the History of Medicine, a professor of history, and a professor of medicine at Duke University. She is author of Intensely

”If there is one study that shows us the significance of sickness in the Civil War, and the attempts to define and counter it, this is it. With admirable scholarship and an eye for key turning points, Humphreys has written a compelling history of the war’s medical costs and achievements.”­ —Steven M. Stowe, Indiana University


Human: The Health of the Black Soldier in the American Civil War, also published by Johns Hopkins. History of Medicine  |  SEPTEMBER  400 pages  6 x 9  19 halftones 978-1-4214-0999-3 $34.95 (a)  £22.50 hc Available as an e-book


How did American doctors come to be licensed on the terms we now take for granted?

LICENSED TO PRACTICE The Supreme Court Defines the American Medical Profession JAMES C. MOHR Licensed to Practice begins with an 1891 shooting in Wheeling, West Virginia, that left one doctor dead and another on trial for his life. Formerly close friends, the doctors had fallen out over the issue of medical licensing. Historian James C. Mohr calls the murder “a sorry personal consequence of the far larger and historically significant battle among West Virginia’s physicians over the future of their profession.” Through most of the nineteenth century, anyone could call themselves a doctor and could practice medicine on whatever basis they wished. An 1889 Supreme Court case, Dent

v. West Virginia, effectively transformed medical practice in the U.S. from an unregulated occupation to a legally recognized profession. The political and legal battles that led up to the decision were unusually bitter—especially among physicians themselves—and the outcome

JAMES C. MOHR is the College of Arts and Sciences Distinguished Professor of History and the Philip H. Knight Professor of Social Science at the University of Oregon. He is author of Doctors and the Law: Medi-

cal Jurisprudence in Nineteenth-Century America, also published by Johns Hopkins

was far from a foregone conclusion. So-called Regular physicians wanted to impose their own standards on the wide-open medical marketplace in which they and such non-Regulars as Thomsonians, Botanics, Hydropaths, Homeopaths, and Eclectics competed. The Regulars achieved their goal by persuading the state legislature to make it a crime for anyone to practice without a license from the Board of Health, which they controlled. When the high court approved that arrangement—despite constitutional challenges—the licensing precedents established in West Virginia became the bedrock on which the modern American medical structure was built.

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ANXIETY A Short History ALLAN V. HORWITZ More people today report feeling anxious than ever before—even while living in relatively safe and prosperous modern societies. Almost one in five people experiences an anxiety disorder each year, and more than a quarter of the population admits to an anxiety condition at some point in their lives. Here Allan V. Horwitz, a sociologist of mental illness and mental health, narrates how this condition has been experienced, understood, and treated through the ages—from Hippocrates, through Freud, to today. Anxiety is rooted in an ancient part of the brain, and our ability to be anxious is inherited from species far more ancient than humans. Anxiety is often adaptive: it enables us to respond to threats. But when normal fear yields to what psychiatry categorizes as anxiety disorders, it becomes maladaptive. As Horwitz explores the history and multiple identities of anxiety—melancholia, nerves, neuroses, phobias, and so on—it becomes clear that every age has had its own anxieties and that culture plays a role in shaping how anxiety is expressed.

“A wise guide through the historical path of anxiety conceptualizations.” —Peter Conrad, Brandeis University Johns Hopkins Biographies of Disease Charles E. Rosenberg, Series Editor

ALLAN V. HORWITZ is a professor in the History of Medicine  |  NOVEMBER  176 pages  5½ x 8½ 978-1-4214-1080-7 $24.95 (a)  £16.00 pb Available as an e-book

Department of Sociology and Institute for Health, Health Care Policy, and Aging Research at Rutgers University. He is author of Creating Mental Illness. 35

Fears, phobias, neuroses, and anxiety disorders from ancient times to the present.


THE PKU PARADOX A Short History of a Genetic Disease DIANE B. PAUL and JEFFREY P. BROSCO

How did a disease of marginal public health significance acquire paradigmatic status in public health and genetics?

PKU (phenylketonuria) is a genetic disorder that causes severe cognitive impairment if it is not detected and treated with a strict and difficult diet. In a lifetime of practice, most physicians will never encounter a single case of PKU, yet every physician in the industrialized world learns about the disease in medical school and, since the early 1960s, the newborn heel stick test for PKU has been mandatory in many countries. Diane B. Paul and Jeffrey P. Brosco’s beautifully written book explains this paradox. In this first general history of PKU, a historian and a pediatrician explore how a rare genetic disease became the object of an unprecedented system for routine testing. The PKU

Paradox is informed by interviews with scientists, clinicians, policy makers, and individuals who live with the disease. The questions it raises touch on ongoing controversies about newborn screening and what happens to blood samples collected at birth.

“A highly compelling story about a successful medical intervention—literally life changing—that has also had unintended consequences. This study is extremely relevant to contemporary genomic medicine.” —M. Susan Lindee, University of Pennsylvania DIANE B. PAUL is a professor emerita at

Johns Hopkins Biographies of Disease Charles E. Rosenberg, Series Editor

the University of Massachusetts, Boston, and a research associate at the Museum of Comparative Zoology, Harvard University. JEFFREY P.

BROSCO, M.D., is a professor of clinical pediatrics at the Miller School of Medicine, University of Miami. He serves as chair of the Pediatric Bioethics Committee at Jackson Memorial Hospital and is associate director of the Mailman Center for Child Development. 36

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A thought-provoking collection of personal essays explores complex issues surrounding genetic identity. Contributors Misha Angrist Amy Boesky Kelly Cupo Michael Downing THE STORY WITHIN Clare Dunsford Personal Essays on Genetics and Identity Mara Faulkner edited by AMY BOESKY

Christine Kehl O’Hagan Charlie Pierce Kate Preskenis Emily Rapp Jennifer Rosner

Joanna Rudnick Isabel Stenzel Byrnes Anabel Stenzel Laurie Strongin Patrick Tracey Alice Wexler

In The Story Within, authors share powerful experiences of living with genetic disorders. Their stories illustrate the complexities involved in making decisions about genetic diseases: whether to be tested, who to tell, whether to have children, and whether and how to treat children medically, if treatment is available. More broadly, they consider how genetic information shapes the ways we see ourselves, the world, and our actions within it. People affected by genetic disease respond to such choices in varied and personal ways. These writers reflect that breadth of response, yet they share the desire to challenge a restricted sense of what “health” is or whose life has value. They write hoping to expand conversations about genetics and identity—to deepen debate and generate questions. Whether they or their families are affected by Huntington’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, cancer, genetic deafness or blindness, schizophrenia, cystic fibrosis, Tay-Sachs, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, fragile X, or Fanconi anemia, their stories remind us that genetic health is complicated, dynamic, and above all, deeply personal.

“This unique collection by a star cast of authors meditates on the complex relationship between identity and genetics. The essays are innovative literary engagements with the difficult philosophical and emotional issues raised by particular genetic inheritances. The authors cover a variety of genetic conditions, with varying levels and kinds of genetic risks,and potential medical interventions,ranging from hereditary breast cancer to Huntington’s disease and more.” —Alexandra Stern, University of Michigan, author of Telling Genes: The Story of Genetic Counseling in America 35

AMY BOESKY is an associate professor of English at Boston College and author of

What We Have: A Memoir. Health | DECEMBER  256 pages  6 x 9 978-1-4214-1096-8 $24.95 (a)  £16.00 pb Available as an e-book



Beautifully drawn color maps portray the U.S. railroad network at its zenith.

The fifth volume of A Railroad Atlas of the United States in 1946 provides a comprehensive record of the railroad system as it existed in Iowa and Minnesota in 1946—the apex of America’s post-war rail network, when steam locomotives still dominated and passenger trains stopped at towns all along the rail lines. Eventually railroad mergers, the automobile, and the airplane changed what many viewed as the world’s premier rail system. Richard C. Carpenter’s hand-drawn color maps depict in precise detail the various trunk and secondary railroad lines that served scores of towns while indicating such features as long-since-demolished coaling stations, towns that functioned solely as places where crews were changed, tunnels, viaducts, and especially interlocking stations. Praise for previous volumes

“Carpenter continues his admirable effort to map American railroads in the immediate postwar era . . . The work is meticulous, the maps are clear and beautifully reproduced, and the resulting volume is a genuine research tool as opposed to a simple picture book.” —Railroad History Creating the North American Landscape Gregory Conniff, Edward K. Muller, and David Schuyler, Consulting Editors George F.Thompson, Series Founder and Director

RICHARD C. CARPENTER, now retired, was the executive director of the South Western Regional Planning Agency in Connecticut. 38

American History  | DECEMBER  232 pages  8½ x 11 170 color maps 978-1-4214-1035-7 $70.00 (a)  £45.00 hc


A delightful selection of nineteenth-century children’s poetry with period illustrations.

OVER THE RIVER AND THROUGH THE WOOD An Anthology of Nineteenth-Century American Children’s Poetry edited by KAREN L. KILCUP and ANGELA SORBY Over the River and Through the Wood is the first and only collection of its kind, offering readers a sweeping view of this diverse field. Most nineteenth-century American poets wrote for children—from famous names such as Ralph Waldo Emerson to less familiar figures like Christina Moody, an African American author who published her first book at

KAREN L. KILCUP is a professor of

sixteen. In its quality, significance, and abundance, much of this work rivals or surpasses

American literature at the University of

poetry written for adults, yet it has languished—inaccessible and unread—in old periodicals,

North Carolina at Greensboro. Her books

gift books, and primers. This groundbreaking anthology remedies that loss, presenting ma-

include Teaching Nineteenth-Century

terial that is both critical to the tradition of American poetry and also a delight to read.

American Poetry and Fallen Forests:

Complemented by period illustrations, this definitive anthology includes work by poets

Emotion, Embodiment, and Ethics in

from all geographical regions, as well as rarely seen poems by immigrant and ethnic writers

American Women’s Environmental Writing,

and by children themselves. Karen L. Kilcup and Angela Sorby have combed the archives

1781–1924. ANGELA SORBY is an as-

to present an extensive selection of rediscoveries along with traditional favorites. By turns

sociate professor at Marquette University in

playful, contemplative, humorous, and subversive, these poems appeal to modern sensibili-

Milwaukee. Her books include Schoolroom

ties while giving scholars a revised picture of the nineteenth-century literary landscape.

Poets: Childhood, Performance, and the Place of American Poetry, 1865–1917, and three poetry collections, most recently The

Sleeve Waves. American Literature  | DECEMBER 416 pages  6 x 9¼  54 b&w illustrations 978-1-4214-1140-8 $29.95 (a)  £19.50 pb 978-1-4214-1139-2 $60.00  (s)  £38.50 hc Available as an e-book



LURE OF THE ARCANE The Literature of Cult and Conspiracy THEODORE ZIOLKOWSKI Fascination with the arcane is a driving force in this comprehensive survey of conspiracy

Explore 2,000 years of conspiracy in fiction.

fiction. Theodore Ziolkowski traces the evolution of cults, orders, lodges, secret societies, and conspiracies through various literary manifestations—drama, romance, epic, novel, opera—down to the thrillers of the twenty-first century.

Lure of the Arcane considers Euripides’s Bacchae, Andreae’s Chymical Wedding, Mozart’s The Magic Flute, and Eco’s Foucault’s Pendulum, among other seminal works. Mimicking the genre’s quest-driven narrative arc, the reader searches for the significance of conspiracy fiction and is rewarded with the author’s cogent reflections in the final chapter. After much investigation, Ziolkowski reinforces Umberto Eco’s notion that the most powerful secret, the magnetic center of conspiracy fiction, is in fact “a secret without content.”

“This is an excellent book, an original and substantial contribution. I would expect it to find many readers, not just among fellow scholars. Since conspiracy, and conspiracy fiction, is a hot topic, I could imagine this book being invaluable as a guide to a university course that sought to place Umberto Eco and Dan Brown in their long-term intellectual context.” —Ritchie Robertson, St. John’s College, Oxford

THEODORE ZIOLKOWSKI is a professor emeritus of German and comparative literature at Princeton University. 40

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An in-depth look into the life and work of the creator of cool: Elmore Leonard.

BEING COOL The Work of Elmore Leonard CHARLES J. RZEPKA Widely known as the crime fiction writer whose work led to the movies Get Shorty and

Out of Sight, Elmore Leonard has a special knack for creating cool characters, which for him means characters who are good at what they do. The dope dealers, bookies, grifters, financial advisers, talent agents, shady attorneys, hookers, models, and crooked cops of Leonard’s world may be nefarious, but they are generally confident, skilled, and composed, and they cope without effort or thought. In Being Cool, Charles Rzepka draws on more than twelve hours of personal interviews with Leonard and applies what he learned to his close analysis of Leonard’s long life and prodigious output: 45 published novels, 39 published and unpublished short stories, and numerous essays written over the course of six decades. Leonard’s writing methods and style epitomize how he conceives “being cool.” Rzepka delineates the stages and patterns that characterize the author’s creative evolution. Like jazz greats, Leonard forged an individual style immediately recognizable for its voice and rhythm, including his characters’ rat-a-tat recitations, curt backhands, and ragged trains of thought. Taking being cool as the highway through Leonard’s life and works, Rzepka finds plenty of byways to explore along the way.

“Rzepka uncovers interesting patterns that link the individual works and identifies connections between incidents in Leonard’s life and his fiction.This is an important work on an important writer.” —David Geherin, Eastern Michigan University 41

CHARLES J. RZEPKA is a professor of English at Boston University and author of

Inventions and Interventions: Selected Studies in Romantic and American Literature, History, and Culture; Detective Fiction; Sacramental Commodities: Gift, Text, and the Sublime in De Quincey; and The Self as Mind: Vision and Identity in

Wordsworth, Coleridge, and Keats. American Literature  |  OCTOBER  272 pages  6 x 9  12 b&w illustrations 978-1-4214-1015-9 $29.95 (a)  £19.50 hc Available as an e-book



Ten short stories depict a kaleidoscope of characters— maybe even someone you know.

In The Lousy Adult, William J. Cobb reveals a world where love and respect collide with achievement and desire, a world where people often get what they want, yet must pay the price of alienation, remorse, and retribution in order to obtain it. In “The Sea Horse,” a teenage boy defends a battered woman against her abusive husband while he deals with the loss of his own parents. In “Warsaw, 1984,” a young man travels through Europe and ends up in a relationship in a country he can’t understand. The

Lousy Adult presents ten short stories about defrocked priests, guilty electricians, hardened mothers, and other colorful characters who portray the complexity of the human race. Praise for William J. Cobb’s The Fire Eaters

“Cobb’s short stories, printed in the New Yorker and other magazines, hinted at the power he displays in this beautifully controlled and convincing debut, winner of the 1992 Associated Writing Programs award for the novel.” —Publishers Weekly Johns Hopkins: Poetry and Fiction John T. Irwin, General Editor

WILLIAM J. COBB is a novelist, essayist, and short fiction writer whose work has been published in The Antioch Review, The Mississippi

Review, The New Yorker, and many others. He is author of three novels—The Bird Saviors, The

Fire Eaters, and Goodnight, Texas—and a book of stories, The White Tattoo. 42

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Now in paperback—discover the links between characters in Jane Austen novels and real-life celebrities of the time.


“This is easily one of the most important books on Austen published in recent years, a must read. Thanks to fantastic volumes like this one . . . Austen’s books are finally being read and reassessed in the context of their times and are no longer given the backhanded compliment of being called ‘timeless’ . . . Essential.” —Choice “Matters of Fact in Jane Austen is unlike any previous work of Austen criticism, both in its attention to minute historical detail and in its pioneering claims . . . [it] is meticulously researched, beautifully written, highly original, and unquestionably timely. It ought to stimulate not just rousing arguments but provoke, too, further historically attuned Austen scholarship.” —Los Angeles Review of Books “This is a book whose charm and clarity easily overcome any initial resistance one might have to its central claim that Austen’s work actively partakes in what historians now call ‘celebrity culture’ . . . One of Barchas’s most surprising—and ultimateJANINE BARCHAS is an associate proly convincing—claims is that Austen, like James Joyce after her, ‘not only names fessor of English at the University of Texas, her fictional characters with uncanny historical precision but maps them with Austin. She is the author of Graphic Design, equal care through historical settings’. She illustrates this with careful attention to Print Culture, and the Eighteenth-Century Austen’s own historical reading and letters, prints of contemporary maps, portraits Novel. and country houses.” —Times Literary Supplement “An excellent example of a truly interdisciplinary approach to literary criticism.” —Review of English Studies


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A Visual History of Evolution

The Cerebral Basis of Language, Art, and Belief



“Trees of Life is a beautiful book, and the diversity of beautiful images within its pages should be of interest to historians of science, biologists, folks working at the intersection of science and art, and, honestly, anyone with a genuine interest in science and the study of the natural world. This is a taxonomy of trees of life, if you will.” —The Dispersal of Darwin

“This book exists . . . to explain matters of the heart using our knowledge of the mind . . . A host of professional students, clinicians, educators, and other well-read individuals will find this worthy of a close and careful read.” —JAMA “This scholarly, yet provocative, book from an insightful, observant neurologist . . . is rich with thought-provoking ideas.” —British Journal of Psychiatry

“Better than any work before it . . . Anyone interested in the history of phylogenetics and the study of evolutionary relationships should certainly pick up this wonderful book. In a field advancing as quickly as systematic biology, it is nice to look back at the past once in a “Trimble’s book has elegantly accomplished its ambitious while.” —Systematic Biology scope in highlighting the cerebral mechanisms that contribute to the most vital aspects of human experience, thus buildTHEODORE W. PIETSCH is Dorothy T. Gilbert Professor in the ing solid intellectual bridges between different—and often School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences and Curator of Fishes at noncommunicating—research fields.” the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture at the University —Cognitive Neuropsychiatry of Washington in Seattle. He is author of more than a dozen books, including The Curious Death of Peter Artedi: A Mystery in the

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MICHAEL R. TRIMBLE, M.D., is a professor of behavioral neurology at the Institute of Neurology, University of London. Psychiatry | NOVEMBER  304 pages  6 x 9  12 halftones, 7 line drawings 978-1-4214-1189-7 $29.95 (a)  £19.50 pb Available as an e-book Hardcover edition published in 2007, 978-0-8018-8481-8





Railroads, Engineering, and Architecture in New York City

William J. Wilgus and the Planning of Modern Manhattan



Winner, Professional/Scholarly Publishing Award

“The single best analysis we have of freight transportation in an early twentieth-century U.S. city.” —Journal of American History

in Architecture, Association of American Publishers

“Grand Central Terminal is celebrated for its Beaux-Arts style, but Kurt C. Schlichting looks behind the facade to see the hidden engineering marvels . . . [His] book will deepen anyone’s appreciation for New York’s most magnificent interior space.” —New York Times Book Review “Schlichting . . . gathers many actors and events into a clearly written and amply illustrated narrative of American commercial initiative.” —Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians “Schlichting writes with deep understanding of Grand Central’s engineering feats and artistic qualities.” —Wilson Quarterly

“Reconsidering accomplishments —and those who accomplished them—that predate our collective living memories is an important and rewarding exercise, especially when done as well as Grand Central’s Engineer, which celebrates William J. Wilgus both for his pioneering and visionary work on the terminal and for his subsequent work in transportation planning.” —Civil Engineering The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science KURT C. SCHLICHTING is a professor of sociology and the E. Gerald Corrigan ‘63 Chair in the Humanities and Social Sciences at Fairfield University.

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S C H O L A R LY and P R O F E S S I O N A L B O O K S





Innovation and the Liberal Arts College



John V. Lombardi gives readers an insider’s view of the American

Residential liberal arts colleges maintain a unique place in the

operational styles of both public and private institutions of higher

landscape of American higher education. These schools are char-


acterized by broad-based curricula, small class size, and interaction between students and faculty. Aimed at developing students’ intellectual literacy and critical-thinking skills rather than specific professional preparation, the value proposition made by these colleges has recently come under intense pressure. Remaking College brings together a large and distinguished group of higher education leaders

academy, introducing them to the structure, logic, dynamics, and

“This is an important book for people interested in how one of America’s most successful organizational designs can continue to be a key contributor to national success in the decades ahead.” —Michael Crow, president, Arizona State University

to define the American liberal arts model, to describe the challenges

“John Lombardi has always looked at higher education through the opposite end of the telescope. In How Universities Work he urges us to think differently and to engage disruptive ideas. “This collection of essays by presidents and other leaders in This is a must-read for those who wish to see the American higher education is both clear-sighted about challenges facuniversity regain its leadership role in this ce ntury.” ing small, liberal arts colleges and also inspiring for the ways —E. Gordon Gee, president, The Ohio State University in which it clearly illustrates both the great flexibility of the sector and the deeply held values that fuel its continuing cre- “This is not a good book; this is a very good book.” ativity.” —S. Georgia Nugent, president, Kenyon College —Stephen Joel Trachtenberg, president emeritus, these institutions face, and to propose sustainable solutions.

George Washington University

REBECCA CHOPP is president of Swarthmore College. SUSAN FROST is a consultant and researcher in the field of American higher education. DANIEL H. WEISS is president of

JOHN V. LOMBARDI is a former president of the Louisiana

Haverford College.

setts Amherst, president of the University of Florida, and provost

State University System, chancellor of the University of Massachuand vice president for academic affairs at the Johns Hopkins University. He is a regular contributor to Inside Higher Education.

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How do some university presidents “lose their way,” and why are their consequential dismissals given so much media attention?

PRESIDENCIES DERAILED Why University Leaders Fail and How to Prevent It STEPHEN JOEL TRACHTENBERG, GERALD B. KAUVAR, and E. GRADY BOGUE University presidents have become as expendable as football coaches—one bad season, scandal, or political or financial misstep and they are sent packing. These high-profile appointments are increasingly scrutinized by faculty, administrators, alumni, and the media, and problems are discussed all too publicly. A combination of constrained resources and a new trend toward hiring from outside of academia results in tensions between governing boards and presidents that can erupt quickly. Sometimes presidents are dismissed for performance, financial, or institutional “fit” reasons, but there are nearly always political reasons as well. Presidencies Derailed is the first book to explore the reasons why university presidencies fail and how university and college leadership can prevent these unfortunate situations.

Gerald B. Kauvar, and E. Grady Bogue organize, classify, and explain pat-

STEPHEN JOEL TRACHTENBERG was a long-serving president of George Washington University. GERALD B. KAUVAR is research professor of public policy and public

terns of leadership failures and offer key advice on how institutions, their

administration and special assistant to the president emeritus

boards, and their leaders can avoid these acrimonious battles.

at George Washington University. E. GRADY BOGUE was

Personal testimonies from “derailed” university presidents and case studies show how good presidencies go bad. Stephen Joel Trachtenberg,

“Without qualification, this book is and will remain the classic on why university presidents succeed or fail. Not to mention the lessons also apply to all top leadership!” —Warren Bennis, University of Southern California 49

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THE NIGHT BATTLES Witchcraft and Agrarian Cults in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries CARLO GINZBURG with a new preface translated by John and Anne C. Tedeschi

CLUES, MYTHS, AND THE HISTORICAL METHOD CARLO GINZBURG with a new preface translated by John and Anne C. Tedeschi More than twenty years after Clues, Myths, and the Historical

Based on research in the Inquisitorial archives of Northern Italy, The

Method was first published in English, this extraordinary collection

Night Battles recounts the story of a peasant fertility cult centered

remains a classic. The book brings together essays about Renais-

on the benandanti, literally, “good walkers.” These men and women

sance witchcraft, National Socialism, sixteenth-century Italian paint-

described fighting extraordinary ritual battles against witches and

ing, Freud’s wolf-man, and other topics. In the influential centerpiece

wizards in order to protect their harvests. While their bodies slept,

of the volume Carlo Ginzburg places historical knowledge in a long

the souls of the benandanti were able to fly into the night sky to

tradition of cognitive practices and shows how a research strategy

engage in epic spiritual combat for the good of the village. Carlo

based on reading clues and traces embedded in the historical record

Ginzburg looks at how the Inquisition’s officers interpreted these

reveals otherwise hidden information.

tales to support their world view that the peasants were in fact prac-

In his new preface, Ginzburg reflects on how we easily miss

ticing sorcery. The result of this cultural clash, which lasted for more

the context in which we read, write and live. Only hindsight allows

than a century, was the slow metamorphosis of the benandati into

some understanding. He examines his own path in research during

the Inquisition’s mortal enemies—witches. In his new preface, Ginzburg reflects on the interplay of chance

the 1970s and its relationship to the times, especially the political scenes of Italy and Germany.

and discovery, as well as on the relationship between anomalous

“Ginzburg is known internationally for his studies of what might be called the interface between learned and popular “A work of genuine intellectual distinction. It is an unusually culture. This collection of eight essays explores the methodoriginal contribution to the study of witchcraft in early mod- ological foundations of his historical analysis.” ern Europe, but its importance is far from being exhausted by —Journal of Interdisciplinary History that description.” —New York Review of Books cultural notions and historical generalizations.

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The now-classic tale of a sixteenth-century miller facing the Roman Inquisition.

THE CHEESE AND THE WORMS The Cosmos of a Sixteenth-Century Miller CARLO GINZBURG with a new preface translated by John and Anne C. Tedeschi The Cheese and the Worms is an incisive study of popular culture in the sixteenth century as seen through the eyes of one man, the miller known as Menocchio, who was accused of heresy during the Inquisition and sentenced to death. Carlo Ginzburg uses the trial records to illustrate the confusing political and religious conditions of the time. Ginzburg’s influential book book has been widely regarded as an early example of the analytic, case-oriented approach known as microhistory. In a thoughtful new preface, Ginzburg offers his own corollary to Menocchio’s story as he considers the discrepancy between the intentions of the writer and what gets written. The miller’s story and Ginzburg’s work continue to resonate with modern readers because they focus on how oral and written culture are inextricably linked. Menocchio’s 500-year-old challenge to authority remains evocative and vital today.

CARLO GINZBURG has taught at the

“A wonderful book . . . Ginzburg is a historian with an insatiable curiosity who pursues even the faintest of clues with all the zest of a born detective until every fragment of evidence can be fitted into place.” —New York Review of Books

University of Bologna, the University of California, Los Angeles, and the Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa. He is the recipient of the 2010 International Balzan Prize. European History  |  OCTOBER  216 pages  6 x 9¼  13 halftones 978-1-4214-0988-7 $22.95  (s)  £15.00 pb Available as an e-book



The interactions between Indians and Europeans changed America—and both cultures.

NEW WORLDS FOR ALL Indians, Europeans, and the Remaking of Early America

second edition COLIN G. CALLOWAY Although many Americans consider the establishment of the colonies as the birth of this country, in fact early America existed long before the arrival of the Europeans. From coast to coast, Native Americans had created enduring cultures, and the subsequent European invasion remade much of the land and society. In New Worlds for All, Colin G. Calloway explores the unique and vibrant new cultures that Indians and Europeans forged together in early America. The journey toward this hybrid society kept Europeans’ and Indians’ lives tightly entwined: living, working, worshiping, traveling, and trading together—as well as fearing, avoiding, despising, and killing one another. In some areas, settlers lived in Indian towns, eating Indian food. In the Mohawk Valley, New York, Europeans tattooed their faces; Indians drank tea. A unique American identity emerged. The second edition of New Worlds for All incorporates fifteen years of additional

COLIN G. CALLOWAY is John Kimball Jr. 1943 Professor of History and Professor of Native American Studies at Dartmouth College. His many other books include One Vast Winter Count: The Native

American West before Lewis and Clark and The Scratch of a Pen: 1763 and the Transformation of North America.

scholarship on Indian-European relations, such as the role of gender, Indian slavery, relationships with African Americans, and new understandings of frontier society. Praise for the first edition

“Calloway employs lucid prose and captivating examples to remind us that neither Indians nor Colonists were a monolithic group . . . The result is a more nuanced appreciation for the complexity of cultural relationships in Colonial America.” —Christian Science Monitor

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The American Moment Stanley I. Kutler, Series Editor 52


Prelude to Revolution tells the story of a critical event in America’s early history, when a new nation’s fate was still uncertain.

PRELUDE TO REVOLUTION The Salem Gunpowder Raid of 1775 PETER CHARLES HOFFER Before colonial Americans could declare independence, they had to undergo a change of heart. Beyond a desire to rebel against British mercantile and fiscal policies, they had to believe that they could stand up to the fully armed British soldier. Prelude to Revolution uncovers one story of how the Americans found that confidence. On April 19, 1775, British raids on Lexington Green and Concord Bridge made history, but it was an episode nearly two months earlier in Salem, Massachusetts, that set the stage for the hostilities. Peter Charles Hoffer has discovered records and newspaper accounts of a British gunpowder raid on Salem. Seeking powder and cannon hidden in the town, a regiment of British Regulars were foiled by quick-witted patriots who carried off the ordi-


nance and then openly taunted the Regulars. The prudence of British commanding officer

Distinguished Research Professor of

Alexander Leslie and the persistence of the patriot leaders turned a standoff into a bloodless

History at the University of Georgia. He is

triumph for the colonists. What might have been a violent confrontation turned into a local

author of numerous books, including When

victory, and the patriots gloated as news spread of “Leslie’s Retreat.”

Benjamin Franklin Met the Reverend

When British troops marched on Lexington and Concord on that pivotal day in April,

Whitefield: Enlightenment, Revival, and

Hoffer explains, each side had drawn diametrically opposed lessons from the Salem raid. It

the Power of the Printed Word; Law and

emboldened the rebels to stand fast and infuriated the British, who vowed never again to

People in Colonial America; and The Brave

back down. After relating these battles in vivid detail, Hoffer provides a teachable problem in

New World: A History of Early America, all

historic memory by asking why we celebrate Lexington and Concord but not Salem and why

published by Johns Hopkins.

New Englanders recalled the events at Salem but then forgot their significance

Witness to History Peter Charles Hoffer and Williamjames Hull Hoffer, Series Editors 53

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A History of Ice, Appliances, and Enterprise in America

Shipboard Command and Control in the U.S. Navy, from Mobile Bay to Okinawa



Only when the power goes off and food spoils do we truly appreciate

The brain of a modern warship is its combat information center (CIC).

how much we rely on refrigerators and freezers. In Refrigeration Na-

Information about friendly and enemy forces pours into this nerve

tion, Jonathan Rees explores the innovative methods and gadgets

center, informing command decisions about firing, maneuvering,

that Americans have invented to keep perishable food cold—from

and coordinating. Timothy S. Wolters has written the first book to

cutting and shipping river and lake ice to consumers for use in their

investigate the history of the CIC and the many other command

iceboxes to the development of electrically powered equipment that

and control systems adopted by the U.S. Navy from the Civil War

ushered in a new age of convenience and health.

to World War II. What institutional ethos spurred such innovation?

Information at Sea tells the fascinating stories of the naval and

“Rees has written a solid, comprehensive account of the tech- civilian personnel who developed an array of technologies for mannological creation of cold chains in the United States. I wish aging information at sea, from signal flares and radio to encryption this book had been available for me to read when I was doing machines and radar. my own research.” —Mansel G. Blackford, author of Making Seafood Sustainable: “An extremely well-researched and well-written history American Experiences in Global Perspective of the U.S. Navy’s efforts to develop the technology and technological systems necessary to mange operations at sea, Studies in Industry and Society Philip B. Scranton, Series Editor especially during war.” —William M. McBride, United States Naval Academy JONATHAN REES is an associate professor of history at

Johns Hopkins Studies in the History of Technology Merritt Roe Smith, Series Editor

Colorado State University, Pueblo. He is author of Representation

and Rebellion: The Rockefeller Plan at the Colorado Fuel and Iron Company, 1914–1942 and Managing the Mills: Labor Policy in the

TIMOTHY S. WOLTERS, an engineer-qualified submariner and

American Steel Industry during the Nonunion Era.

captain in the United States Navy Reserve, is an assistant professor of history at Iowa State University.

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CHASING SOUND Technology, Culture, and the Art of Studio Recording from Edison to the LP SUSAN SCHMIDT HORNING

How technically enhanced studio recordings revolutionized music and the music industry.

In Chasing Sound, Susan Schmidt Horning traces the cultural and technological evolution of recording studios in the United States from the first practical devices to the modern multitrack studios of the analog era. Charting the technical development of studio equipment, the professionalization of recording engineers, and the growing collaboration between artists and technicians, she shows how the earliest efforts to capture the sound of live performances eventually resulted in a trend toward studio creations that extended beyond live shows, ultimately reversing the historic relationship between live and recorded sound. A former performer herself, Schmidt Horning draws from a wealth of original oral interviews with major labels and independent recording engineers, producers, arrangers, and musicians, as well as memoirs, technical journals, popular accounts, and sound recordings. Recording engineers and producers, she finds, influenced technological and musical change as they sought to improve the sound of records. By investigating the complex relationship between sound engineering and popular music, she reveals the increasing reliance on technological intervention in the creation as well as in the reception of music. The recording studio, she argues, is at the center of musical culture in the twentieth century.

Studies in Industry and Society Philip B. Scranton, Series Editor

SUSAN SCHMIDT HORNING is an assistant professor of history at St. John’s University in History of Technology  |  DECEMBER  320 pages  6 x 9  16 b&w photos 978-1-4214-1022-7 $45.00  (s)  £29.00 hc Available as an e-book

New York. She is a contributor to Music and

Technology in the Twentieth Century, published by Johns Hopkins. 55

“Chasing Sound is a rich account of the development of recording studio technology and musical culture. It offers captivating new material and is a valuable contribution to scholarship in sound studies.” —Emily Thompson, Princeton University


Track Albert Einstein’s life in Berlin with this unique guide.

EINSTEIN’S BERLIN In the Footsteps of a Genius DIETER HOFFMANN Lured by a top academic position sponsored by the Prussian Academy of Sciences, Albert Einstein moved from Zurich to Berlin in 1914 and lived there until 1932, just weeks before Hitler became chancellor of Germany. During this fraught economic and political time, Einstein developed the general theory of relativity, gained worldwide fame, supported democratic, socialist, pacifist, and Zionist causes, and withstood the growing ire of ultranationalists. Naturally, he became entwined in a network of people and places throughout the city. With a foreword by Nobel Prize winner Walter Kohn, Einstein’s Berlin combines narrative, maps, and period photographs to tell this story in the form of a sophisticated, annotated city guide, allowing readers and travelers to follow the physicist’s footsteps throughout Berlin. Dieter Hoffmann conveys how Einstein’s life and work were linked to the scientific and social life of the city and inspires the reader to explore the places where he made his mark.

Born and raised in Berlin, DIETER

HOFFMANN is a research scholar at the at the Max Planck Institute for the History of Science.

“This is a wonderful guidebook for the intellectual tourist deeply interested in Einstein. Nothing this detailed exists, and it is a wonderful complement to the literature on Einstein. The scholarship is superb and the information is absolutely fascinating.” —Catherine Westfall, Michigan State University

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What does it mean for history to disappear?

LITERATURE IN THE ASHES OF HISTORY CATHY CARUTH Cathy Caruth juxtaposes the writings of psychoanalysts, literary and political theorists, and literary authors who write in a century faced by a new kind of history, one that is made up of events that seem to undo, rather than produce, their own remembrance. At the heart of each chapter is the enigma of a history that, in its very unfolding, seems to be slipping away before our grasp. What does it mean for history to disappear? And what does it mean to speak of a history that disappears? These questions, Caruth suggests, lie at the center of the psychoanalytic texts that frame this book, as well as the haunting stories and theoretical arguments that resonate with each other in profound and surprising ways. In the writings of Honoré de Balzac, Hannah Arendt, Ariel Dorfman, Wilhelm Jensen, Sigmund Freud, and Jacques Derrida, we encounter, across different stakes and different languages, a variety of narratives that bear witness not simply to the past but also to the pasts we have not known and that repeatedly return us to a future that remains beyond imagination. These stories of trauma cannot be limited to the catastrophes they name, and the theory of catastrophic history may ultimately be written in a language that already lingers in a time that comes to us from the other side of the disaster.

CATHY CARUTH is a leading figure in psychoanalytically informed literary theory and humanistic approaches to trauma. She is the Frank H. T. Rhodes Professor of Humane Letters at Cornell University, with appointments in the Departments of English and Comparative Literature. Her books include Empirical Truths and Critical

“It is rewarding and immensely exciting to follow the twists and turns of Caruth’s brilliant and endlessly surprising arguments.” —Michael G. Levine, Rutgers University

Fictions: Locke, Wordsworth, Kant, Freud; Unclaimed Experience: Trauma, Narrative and History; and Trauma: Explorations in Memory, all published by Johns Hopkins. Literary Theory  |  DECEMBER  144 pages  6 x 9 978-1-4214-1155-2 $22.95 (s)  £15.00 pb 978-1-4214-1154-5 $50.00 (s)  £32.50 hc Available as an e-book




An original interdisciplinary study positioned at the intersection of literary theory and neuroscience.

“Literature matters,” says Paul B. Armstrong, “for what it reveals about human experience, and the very different perspective of neuroscience on how the brain works is part of that story.” In How Literature Plays with the Brain, Armstrong examines the parallels between certain features of literary experience and functions of the brain. His central argument is that literature plays with the brain through experiences of harmony and dissonance which set in motion oppositions that are fundamental to the neurobiology of mental functioning. These oppositions negotiate basic tensions in the operation of the brain between the drive for pattern, synthesis, and constancy and the need for flexibility, adaptability, and openness to change. The challenge, Armstrong argues, is to account for the ability of readers to find incommensurable meanings in the same text, for example, or to take pleasure in art that is harmonious or dissonant, symmetrical or distorted, unified or discontinuous and disruptive.

How Literature Plays with the Brain is the first book to use the resources of neuroscience and phenomenology to analyze aesthetic experience. For the neuroscientific community, the study suggests that different areas of research—the neurobiology of vision and reading, the brain-body interactions underlying emotions—may be connected to a variety of aesthetic and literary phenomena. For critics and students of literature, the study engages fundamental questions within the humanities: What is aesthetic experience? What happens when we read a literary work? How does the interpretation of literature relate to other ways of knowing?

PAUL B. ARMSTRONG is a professor of English at Brown University. He is author of several books, including Conflicting Readings: Variety and

Validity in Interpretation and Play and the Politics of Reading: The Social Uses of Modernist Form. 58

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Addresses the importance of literature in the work of one of America’s most important contemporary philosophers.

STANLEY CAVELL AND THE CLAIM OF LITERATURE DAVID RUDRUM Stanley Cavell is widely recognized as one of America’s most important contemporary philosophers. His writings have attracted considerable attention among literary critics and theorists. Stanley Cavell and the Claim of Literature is the first monograph to comprehensively address the importance of literature in Cavell’s philosophy, and, in turn, the potential effect of his philosophy on contemporary literary criticism. David Rudrum dedicates a chapter to each of the principal writers that occupy Cavell, including Shakespeare, Thoreau, Beckett, Wordsworth, Ibsen, and Poe, and incorporates chapters on tragedy, skepticism, ethics, and politics. Through detailed analysis of these works, Rudrum explores Cavell’s ideas on the nature of reading; the relationships between literary language, ordinary language, and performative language; the status of authors and characters; the link between tragedy and ethics; and the nature of political conversation in a democracy. Rudrum casts a wide net that Cavell scholars as well as people interested in the philosophy of tragedy, aesthetics, and literary skepticism will find compelling.

“This is an original and exciting book, true to Cavell’s trailblazing work in the Emersonian categories both of instruction and of provocation.” —William Flesch, Brandeis University

DAVID RUDRUM is a senior lecturer in English at the University of Huddersfield. He is the editor of Literature and Philosophy:

A Guide to Contemporary Debates. Literary Theory  |  NOVEMBER  320 pages  6 x 9 978-1-4214-1048-7 $45.00 (s)  £29.00 hc Available as an e-book



An innovative look at the dynamic role of sound in the culture of the African Diaspora as found in poetry, film, travel narratives, and popular music.

BLACK SOUNDSCAPES WHITE STAGES The Meaning of Francophone Sound in the Black Atlantic EDWIN C. HILL JR. Black Soundscapes White Stages explores the role of sound in understanding the African Diaspora on both sides of the Atlantic, from the City of Light to the islands of the French Antilles. From the writings of European travelers in the seventeenth century to short-wave radio transmissions in the early twentieth century, Edwin C. Hill Jr. uses music, folk song, film, and poetry to listen for the tragic cri nègre. Building a conceptualization of black Atlantic sound inspired by Frantz Fanon’s pioneering work on colonial speech and desire, Hill contends that sound constitutes a terrain of contestation, both violent and pleasurable, where colonial and anti-colonial ideas about race and gender are critically imagined, inscribed, explored, and resisted. In the process, this book explores the dreams and realizations of black diasporic mobility and separation as represented by some of its most powerful soundtexts and cultural practitioners, and it poses questions about their legacies for us today.

EDWIN C. HILL JR. is an assistant professor of French and comparative literature at the University of Southern

“Hill breaks new ground in the field of Francophone studies with his nuanced intersection of film studies, musicology, and literary criticism. His analyses of the musical form the biguine and the poetry of Léon-Gontran Damas, probably the least studied of the major Negritude poets, are especially important. An engaging, enlightening read.” —Jennifer Margaret Wilks, University of Texas at Austin The Callaloo African Diaspora Series Charles Rowelll, Series Editor

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MY SILVER PLANET A Secret History of Poetry and Kitsch DANIEL TIFFANY My Silver Planet (borrowing its title from John Keats) contends that the insoluble problem of elite poetry’s relation to popular culture bears the indelible stamp of its turbulent incor-

Reveals the hidden relationship between kitsch and poetry from the eighteenth century to the present.

poration of vernacular poetry—a legacy shaped by nostalgia, contempt, and fraudulence. Daniel Tiffany reactivates and fundamentally redefines the concept of kitsch, freeing it from modernist misapprehension and ridicule. He excavates the forgotten history of poetry’s relation to kitsch, beginning with the exuberant revival of archaic (and often spurious) ballads in Britain in the early eighteenth century. Tiffany argues that the ballad revival—the earliest formation of what we now call popular culture—sparked a dubious but seemingly irresistible flirtation with poetic forgery that endures today in the ambiguity of the kitsch artifact: is it real or fake, art or kitsch? He goes on to trace the genealogy of kitsch in texts ranging from nursery rhymes and poetic melodrama to the lyric commodities of Baudelaire. He scrutinizes the Fascist “paradise” inscribed in Ezra Pound’s Cantos, as well as the poetry of the New York School and its debt to pop and “plastic”art. By exposing and elaborating the historical poetics of kitsch, My Silver Planet transforms our sense of kitsch as a category of material culture.

DANIEL TIFFANY is a professor of English and comparative literature at the University of Southern California. He is author of seven books of poetry and literary theory, including Infidel Poetics: Riddles,

“Daniel Tiffany’s My Silver Planet is the most exciting and original book on poetry, Nightlife, Substance and Neptune Park. indeed one of the most exciting scholarly books on anything, I have read in years.” He is a recipient of the Berlin Prize from —Helen Deutsch, University of California, Los Angeles Hopkins Studies in Modernism Douglas Mao, Series Editor 61

the American Academy and has translated works from French, Greek, and Italian.

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EXPERIMENTAL LIFE Vitalism in Romantic Science and Literature



Religion, Print, and Modernity in Early British India, 1793–1835

If the objective of the Romantic movement was nothing less than


to redefine the meaning of life itself, what role did experiments play

From Little London to Little Bengal traces the traffic in culture

in this movement? While earlier scholarship has established both

between Britain and India during the Romantic period. To some,

the importance of science generally and vitalism specifically, with

Calcutta appeared to be a “Little London,” while in London itself an

regard to Romanticism no study has investigated what it meant for

Indianized community of returned expatriates was emerging as

artists to experiment and how those experiments related to their

“Little Bengal.” Circling between the two, this study reads British

interest in the concept of life.

and Indian literary, religious, and historical sources alongside physical

Experimental Life draws on approaches and ideas from con-

artifacts, newspapers, panoramas, religious festivals, idols, and

temporary science studies, proposing the concept of experimental

museum exhibitions. Together and apart, Britons and Bengalis

vitalism to show both how Romantic authors appropriated the con-

waged a transcultural agon under the dynamic conditions of early

cept of experimentation from the sciences and the impact of their

nineteenth-century imperialism, struggling to claim cosmopolitan

appropriation for post-Romantic concepts of literature and art.

perspectives and, in the process, to define modernity.

“A superb and outstandingly researched study.” “It is a richly rewarding book in its attention to significant —Denise Gigante, Stanford University detail, its subtle and imaginative use of theory, and its masterful negotiation of the archive. To write a book at once deeply ROBERT MITCHELL is a professor of English and director of scholarly and thoroughly readable is no easy task, but this is the Center for Interdisciplinary Studies in Science and Cultural what Daniel White has superbly achieved.” Theory at Duke University. He is author of Sympathy and the State —Mike Franklin, Swansea University in the Romantic Era: Systems, State Finance, and the Shadows

of Futurity.

DANIEL E. WHITE is an associate professor of British Romanticism in the Department of English at the University of Toronto. He is author of Early Romanticism and Religious Dissent.

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Important revisions to the history of advertising and its connection to Romantic-era literature.

LITERARY ADVERTISING AND THE SHAPING OF BRITISH ROMANTICISM NICHOLAS MASON Literary Advertising and the Shaping of British Romanticism investigates the entwined histories of the advertising industry and the gradual commodification of literature over the course of the Romantic Century (1750–1850). In this well-written and detailed study, Nicholas Mason argues that the seemingly antagonistic arenas of marketing and literature share a common genealogy and, in many instances, even a symbiotic relationship. Drawing from archival materials such as publisher account books, merchant trade cards, and author letters, Mason traces the beginnings of many modern advertising methods— including product placement, limited-time offers, and journalistic puffery—to the British book trade during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Until now, Romantic scholars have not fully recognized advertising’s cultural significance or the importance of this period in the origins of modern advertising. Mason explores Lord Byron’s appropriation of branding, Letitia Elizabeth Landon’s experiments in visual marketing, and late-Romantic debates over advertising’s claim to be a new branch of the literary arts. Mason uses the antics of Romanticera advertising to illustrate the profound implications of commercial modernity, both in economic practices governing the book trade and, more broadly, in the development of the modern idea of literature.

NICHOLAS MASON is an associate

“A well-written, thoroughly researched, and impressively argued project. Mason has produced a timely and important addition that will do a great deal to clarify and enrich an already energetic set of debates. This book will become required reading for anyone interested in the rich connections between advertising, cultures of modernity, and Romantic literature.” —Paul Keen, Carleton University 63

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Shakespeare to Tolkien

Speculative Music Theory and Poetics, from Saint Augustine to the Late Middle Ages in France

KEVIN PASK In The Fairy Way of Writing, Kevin Pask seeks to explain the origins and popularity of enchantment in Shakespeare’s plays. Writers John Dryden and Joseph Addison originated the phrase the “fairy way of writing” to define the concept of an English creative imagination founded on a synthesis of high literary culture and the popular culture of tales and superstitions. Beginning with Chaucer, Johnson, Dryden, and Milton, Pask argues that the fairy way of writing not only sets the stage for the fairy tale, the Gothic novel, and children’s literature, but also informs genres beyond the English canon, including French fairy tales, painting, and twentieth-century fantasy fiction.

The Fairy Way of Writing alters the traditional sense of English literary history and of Shakespeare’s singular place in it, insisting on the importance of often-overlooked literary and visual works.

“Pask’s effort to bring the realm of fantasy into academic consideration alongside more standard canonical writing is no small achievement.” —Jonathan V. Crewe, Dartmouth College

PHILIPP JESERICH translated by Steven Rendall and Michael J. Curley Musica Naturalis delivers the first systematic account of speculative music theory as a discursive horizon for literary poetics. The title refers to the late medieval French poet Eustache Deschamps, whose 1392 treatise on verse writing, Art de Dictier, famously casts verse as “natural music” in explicit distinction to song, which Deschamps defines as “artificial.” Philipp Jeserich begins with Augustine and Boethius and traces the discourse of speculative music theory to the late fifteenth century, giving attention to medieval Latin and vernacular sources. By linking the significance of the speculative branch of medieval musicology to literary theory and literary production, Jeserich opens up a field of study that has been largely neglected.

Rethinking Theory Stephen G. Nichols and Victor E.Taylor, Series Editors

PHILIPP JESERICH is a visiting scholar at the University of

KEVIN PASK is an associate professor of English at Concordia

Cambridge. The original German publication of Musica Naturalis

University and is author of The Emergence of the English Author:

was awarded the Elise Richter Prize of the German Association of

Scripting the Life of the Poet in Early Modern England.

Romance Studies.

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Love triangles and Pythagorean women.

PYTHAGOREAN WOMEN Their History and Writings SARAH B. POMEROY In Pythagorean Women, classical scholar Sarah B. Pomeroy discusses the groundbreaking principles that Pythagoras established for family life in Archaic Greece, such as constituting a single standard of sexual conduct for women and men. Among the Pythagoreans, women played an important role and participated actively in the philosophical life. While Pythagoras encouraged women to be submissive to men, his reasoning was based on the desire to preserve harmony in the home.

Pythagorean Women provides English translations of all the earliest extant examples of literary Greek prose by Neopythagorean women, shedding light on their attitudes about marriage, the home, music, and the cosmos. Pomeroy’s book—which sets the Pythagorean and Neopythagorean women vividly in their historical, ecological, and intellectual contexts— is illustrated with original photographs of sites and artifacts known to these women.

SARAH B. POMEROY is Distinguished

“A book about Pythagorean women is sorely needed and long overdue. Pomeroy Professor of Classics and History Emerita at rectifies that situation and could fill large gaps not only in the social history of Hunter College and the Graduate School at Pythagoreanism but more generally in the history of the lives of these women, the City University of New York. Her book including their intellectual lives.” —Pamela Gordon, University of Kansas Goddesses, Whores, Wives, and Slaves: Women in Classical Antiquity is widely recognized as the definitive book on the topic. Ancient Studies  |  SEPTEMBER  208 pages  6 x 9  9 halftones, 3 line drawings 978-1-4214-0956-6 $49.95 (s)  £32.00 hc







Quintus Ennius, often considered the father of Roman poetry, is best

Ajax, Women of Trachis, Electra, and Philoctetes translated by David R. Slavitt

remembered for his epic poem, the Annals, a history of Rome from

There are seven surviving tragedies by Sophocles. Three of them

Aeneas until his own lifetime. Ennius represents an important bridge

form the Theban Plays, which recount the story of Thebes during

between Homer’s works in Greek and Virgil’s Aeneid. Jay Fisher

and after the reign of Oedipus. Here, David Slavitt translates the re-

argues that Ennius does not simply translate Homeric models into

maining tragedies—the “other four plays:” Ajax, Women of Trachis,

Latin, but blends Greek poetic models with Italic diction to produce

Electra, and Philoctetes.

a poetic hybrid. Fisher’s investigation uncovers a poem that blends

Punchy and entertaining, Slavitt reads Athena’s opening line in

foreign and familiar cultural elements in order to generate layers of

Ajax as: “I’ve got my eye on you, Odysseus. Always.” By simplifying

meaning for his Roman audience.

the Greek and making obscure designations more accessible—

Fisher combines modern linguistic methodologies with tradi-

specifying the character Athena in place of “aegis-wearing goddess,”

tional philology in order to uncover the influence of the language

for example—his translations are highly performable. The Other Four

of Roman ritual, kinship, and generalship on the Annals. Moreover,

Plays of Sophocles will help students discover underlying thematic con-

because these cultural practices are themselves hybrids of earlier

nections across plays as well.

Roman, Etruscan, and Greek cultural practices, not to mention the cultures of speakers of lesser-known languages such as Oscan and Umbrian, these echoes of cultural interactions also generated layers of meaning for Ennius, his ancient audience, and the modern readers

DAVID R. SLAVITT is a poet, translator, novelist, critic, and journalist. He is author of more than seventy works of fiction, poetry, and poetry and drama in translation.

of the fragments of the Annals.

JAY FISHER is an assistant professor of classics at Yale University.

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A national survey of college students reveals connections between political opinion and popular culture.

HARRY POTTER AND THE MILLENNIALS Research Methods and the Politics of the Muggle Generation ANTHONY GIERZYNSKI with Kathryn Eddy Without a doubt, the Harry Potter series has had a powerful effect on the Millennial Generation. Millions of children grew up immersed in the world of the boy wizard—reading the books, dressing up in costume to attend midnight book release parties, watching the movies, even creating and competing in Quidditch tournaments. Beyond what we know of the popularity of the series, however, nothing has been published on the question of the Harry Potter effect on the politics of its young readers—now voting adults. Looking to engage his students in exploring the connections between political opinion and popular culture, Anthony Gierzynski conducted a national survey of more than 1,100 college students. Harry Potter and the Millennials tells the fascinating story of how the team designed the study and gathered results, what conclusions can and cannot be drawn about millennial politics, and the challenges

ANTHONY GIERZYNSKI is a professor of political science

social scientists face in studying political science, sociology, and mass

at the University of Vermont. He is author of Money Rules:

Financing Elections in America; Legislative Party Campaign


Committees in the American States; and Saving American

“A highly readable treatment of a phenomenon that swept the Elections: A Diagnosis and Prescription for a Healthier country and still has considerable presence. To my knowledge, Democracy. KATHRYN EDDY is an artist and a writer for this is the only serious attempt to gauge the political impact of the Barre-Montpelier Times Argus. the Harry Potter craze among pre-adults.” —M. Kent Jennings, University of California, Santa Barbara


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A comparative analysis of political websites and their users from seven Western democracies.

DIGITAL POLITICS IN WESTERN DEMOCRACIES A Comparative Study CRISTIAN VACCARI Digital politics is shorthand for how internet technologies have fueled the complex interactions between political actors and their constituents. Cristian Vaccari analyzes the presentation and consumption of online politics in seven advanced Western democracies—Australia, France, German, Italy, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States—from 2006 to 2010. His study not only refutes claims that the web creates homogenized American-style politics and political interaction but also empirically reveals how a nation’s constraints and opportunities create unique digital responses.

Digital Politics in Western Democracies is the first large-scale comparative treatment of both the supply and demand sides of digital politics among different countries and national political actors. It is divided into four parts: theoretical challenges and research methodology; how parties and candidates structure their websites (supply); how citizens use the websites to access campaign information (demand); and how the research results tie back to inequalities, engagement, and competition in digital politics. Because a key aspect of any political system is how its actors and citizens communicate, this book will be invaluable for scholars,

CRISTIAN VACCARI is an assistant pro-

students, and practitioners interested in political communication, party competition, party

fessor of political science at the University

organization, and the study of the contemporary media landscape writ large.

of Bologna. Political Science  |  DECEMBER  288 pages  6 x 9  9 graphs 978-1-4214-1118-7 $30.00 (s)  £19.50 pb 978-1-4214-1117-0 $60.00 (s)  £38.50 hc Available as an e-book



How poor decision making hurts U.S. national security.

NATIONAL SECURITY THROUGH A COCKEYED LENS How Cognitive Bias Impacts U.S. Foreign Policy STEVE A. YETIV “How do mental errors or cognitive biases undermine good decision making?” This is the question Steve A. Yetiv takes up in his latest foreign policy study, National Security through

a Cockeyed Lens . Yetiv draws on four decades of psychological, historical, and political science research on cognitive biases to illuminate some of the key pitfalls in our leaders’ decision-making processes and some of the mental errors we make in perceiving ourselves and the world. Tracing five U.S. national security episodes—the 1979 Soviet invasion and occupation of Afghanistan; the Iran-Contra affair during the Reagan administration; the rise of al-Qaeda, leading to the 9/11 attacks; the 2003 U.S. invasion of Iraq; and the development of U.S. energy policy—Yetiv reveals how a dozen cognitive biases have been more influential in impacting U.S. national security than commonly believed or understood. Identifying a primary bias in each episode—disconnect of perception versus reality; tunnel vision (“focus feature”); distorted perception (“cockeyed lens”); overconfidence; and short-term thinking—Yetiv explains how each bias drove the decision-making process and what the outcomes were for the various actors. His concluding chapter examines a range of debiasing techniques, exploring how they can improve decision making.

“Steve Yetiv is an expert in American foreign policy, security studies, and interdisciplinary approaches toward international politics. He is the ideal person to write this particular book, which applies political psychology to thestudy of decision processes.”—Patrick James, Dornsife Dean’s Professor of International Relations, University of Southern California 69

STEVE A. YETIV is a professor of political science at Old Dominion University and author of The Absence of Grand Strategy:

The United States in the Persian Gulf, 1972–2005 and Explaining Foreign Policy: U.S. Decision-Making in the Gulf Wars, both published by Johns Hopkins. Political Science  |  DECEMBER  192 pages  6 x 9 978-1-4214-1125-5 $24.95 (s)  £16.00 pb Available as an e-book


FLAWED LOGICS Strategic Nuclear Arms Control from Truman to Obama JAMES H. LEBOVIC James H. Lebovic explores the logic of seeking peace in an arms

NORTH KOREAN NUCLEAR OPERATIONALITY Regional Security and Nonproliferation edited by GREGORY J. MOORE foreword by Graham T. Allison

race. Flawed Logics offers a compelling intellectual history of U.S.– Russian strategic nuclear arms control. Lebovic thoroughly reviews the critical role of ideas and as-

Despite near-universal opposition to North Korea’s moves to acquire nuclear weapons, Pyongyang is determined to succeed. It is only a

sumptions in U.S. arms control debates, tying them to controversies

matter of time before the North Koreans are able to combine their

over U.S. nuclear strategy. Each treaty—from Truman to Obama—

extant nuclear weapons capabilities with a viable delivery system. In

is assessed in depth and the positions of proponents and opponents

North Korean Nuclear Operationality, Gregory J. Moore asks leading

are systematically critiqued. Lebovic concludes that the terms of

experts in Asian and security studies to consider the international

these arms treaties with the Russians were never as good as U.S.

consequences of a North Korea with operational nuclear weapons.

proponents claimed nor as bad as opponents feared.

“This is the first book ever published in English on North Korea’s nuclear operationality and how it affects regional and global security. Moore has quite successfully addressed his topic.” —Chung-in Moon,Yonsei University, Seoul, South Korea

“Lebovic skillfully dissects the opposing viewpoints in the U.S. arms control community during and after the Cold War and demonstrates that both sides of the debate exhibited perversely illogical inconsistencies. The book is extremely well written, well organized, and thoroughly researched.” GREGORY J. MOORE is an associate professor of international —Gregory D. Koblentz, George Mason University relations at Zhejiang University, Hangzhou, People’s Republic of

JAMES H. LEBOVIC is a professor of political science and

China. He is a member of the National (U.S.) Committee on

international affairs at the George Washington University. He is

United States–China Relations.

author of The Limits of U.S. Military Capability: Lessons from

Vietnam and Iraq, also published by Johns Hopkins.

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This collection of articles from the Journal of Democracy considers the prospects for democracy in China.

WILL CHINA DEMOCRATIZE? edited by ANDREW J. NATHAN, LARRY DIAMOND, and MARC F. PLATTNER While China has achieved extraordinary economic success as it has moved toward open markets and international trade, its leadership maintains its authoritarian grip, repressing political movements, controlling all internet traffic, and opposing any democratic activity. Because of its huge population, more than half the people in the world who lack political freedom live in China. Its undemocratic example is attractive to other authoritarian regimes. But can China continue its growth without political reform? In Will China Democratize?, Andrew J. Nathan, Larry Diamond, and Marc F. Plattner present valuable analysis for anyone interested in this significant yet perplexing question. Since the Journal of Democracy’s very first issue in January 1990, which featured articles reflecting on the then-recent Tiananmen Square massacre, the Journal has regularly published articles about China and its politics. By bringing together the wide spectrum of views that have appeared in the Journal’s pages—from contributors including Fang Lizhi,

ANDREW J. NATHAN is a professor of political science at Columbia University, specializing in Chinese politics, foreign policy, and human rights. LARRY DIAMOND is senior

Perry Link, Michel Oksenberg, Minxin Pei, Henry S. Rowen, and Nobel laureate Liu Xiaobo—

fellow at the Hoover Institution and the Freeman

Will China Democratize? provides a clear view of the complex forces driving change in

Spogli Institute for International Studies at

China’s regime and society.

Stanford University, where he directs the Center

Whether China will democratize—and if so, when and how—has not become any

on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of

easier to answer today, but it is more crucial for the future of international politics than ever

Law. MARC F. PLATTNER is vice president for


research and studies at the National Endowment

A Journal of Democracy Book

for Democracy. Plattner and Diamond are coeditors of the Journal of Democracy. Political Science  |  SEPTEMBER  304 pages  6 x 9 978-1-4214-1243-6 $29.95 (s)  £19.50 pb Available as an e-book



Experts examine how innovation and technology are transforming China’s defense industry.

FORGING CHINA’S MILITARY MIGHT A New Framework for Assessing Innovation edited by TAI MING CHEUNG Among the most important issues in international security today are the nature and the global implications of China’s emergence as a world-class defense technology power. Since the beginning of the twenty-first century, the Chinese defense industry has reinvented itself by emphasizing technological innovation and technology. This reinvention and its potential effects, both positive and negative, are attracting intensifying global scrutiny. Drawing insights from a range of disciplines, including history, social science, business, and strategic studies, Tai Ming Cheung and the contributors to Forging China’s Military Might develop an analytical framework to evaluate the nature, dimensions, and spectrum of Chinese innovation in the military and broader defense spheres.

Forging China’s Military Might  provides an overview of the current state of the Chinese

TAI MING CHEUNG is director of the

defense industry and then focuses on subjects critical to understanding short- and long-

Institute on Global Conflict and Coopera-

term developments, including the relationship among defense contractors, regulators, and

tion at the University of California, San

end-users; civil-military integration; China’s defense innovation system; and China’s place in

Diego, and the leader of its project on

the global defense economy. Case studies look in detail at the Chinese space and missile

the study of innovation and technology


in China. He is author of Fortifying China:

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“Forging China’s Military Might constitutes high-quality, cutting-edge research on China’s defense industries. It should enjoy broad appeal—among academics, policy makers, security analysts, and business people in countries around the world.” —Andrew Scobell, RAND Corporation



How do armed groups operate simultaneously as violent actors with bullets and political candidates with ballots?

ARMED POLITICAL ORGANIZATIONS From Conflict to Integration BENEDETTA BERTI Many armed-political movements such as Hezbollah, Hamas, and the Irish Republican Army (IRA) have their roots in insurrection and rebellion. In Armed Political Organizations, Benedetta Berti seeks to understand when and why violent actors in a political organization choose to vote rather than bomb their way to legitimacy. Berti argues that the classic theory of the democratization process, which sees violence and elections at opposite ends of the political spectrum, is too simplistic and wholly inadequate for understanding the negotiation and disarmament work that is necessary for peaceful resolution of armed conflicts and movement toward electoral options. In this comparative study, she develops an alternative cyclical model that clarifies why armed groups create a political wing and compete in elections, and how this organizational choice impacts subsequent decisions to relinquish armed struggle. In her conclusion, Berti draws out what the implications are for a government’s ability to engage armed political groups to improve the chances of political integration. Berti’s innovative framework and careful choice of case studies, presented in a jargon-free, accessible style, will make this book attractive to not only scholars and students of democratization processes but also policymakers interested in conflict resolution and peacekeeping efforts.

“By focusing on a mix of internal organizational, political, and structural factors, Berti offers an informed and compelling explanation of the behavior of hybrid groups and counters the flawed argument that political participation necessarily moderates a group’s behavior.” —Daniel L. Byman, School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University 73

BENEDETTA BERTI is a research fellow at the Institute for National Security Studies (INSS) and a lecturer at Tel Aviv University. Political Science  |  AUGUST  256 pages  6 x 9  2 b&w illustrations 978-1-4214-0974-0 $49.95 (s)  £32.00 hc Available as an e-book


What Governments Can Do about Falling Birth Rates



Cartography, Sovereignty, and Conflict


In many developed countries, popu-


lation decline poses economic and

Contested Frontiers in the Syria-

social strains and may even threat-

Lebanon-Israel Region studies one

en national security. Through histor-

of the flashpoints of the Middle East

ical-political case studies of Sweden,

since the 1960s—a tiny region of

France, Italy, Japan, and Singapore,

roughly 100 square kilometers where

The Other Population Crisis explores

Syria, Lebanon, and Israel come to-

the motivations, politics, program-

gether but where the borders have

ming, and consequences of national

never been clearly marked. The site

efforts to promote births.

of guerilla warfare and confrontations

Steven Philip Kramer finds a

with locals, and it includes the sources

significant government role in stop-

of the Jordan River, the conflict-prone

ping declines in birth rates. The pro-

Shebaa Farms, and a defunct pipeline.

grams that have succeeded share the characteristics of being universal, not means-tested, and based on gender equality.

STEVEN PHILIP KRAMER is a professor of grand strategy

“The author has done a major service in offering a rigorous, balanced, detailed, and fascinating interpretation.” —William Harris, author of The Levant: A Fractured Mosaic

at the Dwight D. Eisenhower School for National Security and Resource Stategy, National Defense University, in Washington, D.C. He was a public policy scholar at the Wilson Center in 2010–2011.

ASHER KAUFMAN is an associate professor of history and peace studies at the Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame. He was a fellow at the Wilson Center in 2009–2010.

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ENERGY AND SECURITY Strategies for a World in Transition



second edition

Globalization and America’s Trade

The second, completely updated

Agreements reviews the impact of

edition of this widely read and re-

the United States’ agreements of the

spected guide is the most authori-

past 25 years, as well as provides

tative survey available on the pe-

their framework and historic context.

rennial question of energy security.

William Krist analyzes the issues in

Energy and Security gathers today’s

the recent rounds of GATT/WTO ne-

topmost foreign policy and energy

gotiations and in numerous U.S. free

experts and leaders to assess how

trade agreements and discusses how

the United States can integrate its

economists have approached trade

energy and national security inter-

policy and how historical experience


has affected economic theory.

“The authors do an excellent job “Krist has obviously put together a scholarly work displaying a of describing the issues as seen very broad understanding of the ‘whys and wherefores’ of U.S. in Washington, including analysis of the debates about what trade agreement history.” should be government policies. That is a welcome contrast —Ambassador Michael Smith, retired foreign service officer, to the shrill tone and extreme positions staked out by many former Deputy U.S. Trade Representative authors addressing these matters.” —Middle East Quarterly WILLIAM KRIST is a senior policy scholar at the Woodrow

JAN H. KALICKI is a senior scholar at the Wilson Center and Counselor for International Strategy at Chevron. DAVID L. GOLDWYN is president of Goldwyn Global Strategies, LLC,

Wilson International Center for Scholars. During his career he was an Assistant U.S. Trade Representative, a legislative assistant for both a congressman and a senator, and an advocate for the

an international consulting firm.

high-tech industry.

Political Science  |  SEPTEMBER  640 pages  6 x 9  49 line drawings 978-1-4214-1186-6 $35.00 (s)  £22.50 pb 978-1-4214-1169-9 $70.00 (s)  £45.00 hc

Political Science  |  SEPTEMBER  256 pages  6 x 9 978-1-4214-1168-2 $65.00 (s)  £42.00 hc



The most comprehensive reference on Mexico’s diverse mammalian fauna.

“Mexico is a mega-diverse country, with one of the world’s richest mammal faunas. Gerardo Ceballos is an internationally recognized scientist known for his remarkable breadth and insights. This book— built on the successful foundations of Los Mamíferos Silvestres de México and enlisting the contributions of numerous specialists—showcases both to great effect.” —Bruce Patterson, The Field Museum

MAMMALS OF MEXICO edited by GERARDO CEBALLOS Mammals of Mexico is the first reference in English on the more than 500 types of mammal species found in diverse Mexican habitats from the Sonoran Desert to the Chiapas cloud forests. Authoritative accounts are written by a Who’s Who of experts overseen by famed mammalogist and conservationist Gerardo Ceballos. Ten years in the making, Mammals of Mexico covers everything from obscure rodents to whales, bats, primates, and wolves. It is thoroughly illustrated with color photographs and meticulous artistic renderings, as well as range maps for each species. Introductory chapters discuss biogeography, conservation, and evolution. The final section of the book illustrates skulls, jaws, and tracks. This unparalleled collection of scientific information on and photographs of Mexican wildlife belongs on the shelf of every mammalogist, in public and academic libraries, and in the hands of anyone curious about Mexico and its wildlife.

GERARDO CEBALLOS, one of the world’s leading ecologists, is a professor at the Institute of Ecology at National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). He has authored twenty-eight books. Science | JANUARY  992 pages  8½ x 11  574 color photos, 538 maps 978-1-4214-0843-9 $150.00 (s)  £97.00 hc Available as an e-book



WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT AND CONSERVATION Contemporary Principles and Practices edited by PAUL R. KRAUSMAN and JAMES W. CAIN III Wildlife Management and Conservation presents a clear overview of the management and conservation of animals, their habitats, and how people influence both. The relationship among these three components of wildlife management is explained in chapters written by leading experts and is designed to prepare wildlife students for careers in which they will be charged with maintaining healthy animal populations; finding ways to restore depleted populations while reducing overabundant, introduced, or pest species; and managing relationships among various human stakeholders. Topics covered in this book include • The definitions of wildlife and management

• Nongame species

• Human dimensions of wildlife management

• Nutrition ecology

• Animal behavior

• Water management

• Predator–prey relationships

• Climate change

• Structured decision making • Issues of scale in wildlife management • Wildlife health

• Conservation planning

Published in association with The Wildlife Society

• Historical context of wildlife management and conservation

PAUL R. KRAUSMAN is the Boone and

• Hunting and trapping

Crockett Professor of Wildlife Conservation at the University of Montana and past president of The Wildlife Society. JAMES W. CAIN III is Assistant Unit Leader, U.S. Geological Survey–New Mexico Cooperative Fish and Wildlife

Wildlife Management  |  NOVEMBER  384 pages  8½ x 11  46 b&w illustrations, 64 line drawings 978-1-4214-0986-3 $99.50 (s)  £64.00 hc Available as an e-book

Research Unit, and affiliate assistant professor in the Department of Fish, Wildlife and Conservation Ecology at New Mexico State University. 77

A definitive textbook for students of wildlife management.


WILDLIFE DAMAGE MANAGEMENT Prevention, Problem Solving, and Conflict Resolution RUSSELL F. REIDINGER, JR., and JAMES E. MILLER

A complete guide to preventing and resolving problems associated with wildlife-human interactions.

Whether you are a student in a wildlife degree program or a professional wildlife biologist, you will find all the up-to-date information on wildlife damage in the pages of this clear, comprehensive text. Wildlife Damage Management includes pertinent biological and ecological concepts, management methods, and legal and political aspects. Experts on the topic, authors Russell F. Reidinger, Jr., and James E. Miller explain the evolution of wildlife damage management, differentiate fact from myth, and detail the principles and techniques with which a professional in the field should be familiar. They cover both plants and animals, North American as well as exotic invasive species, zoonotic diseases, damage to crops, livestock, and property, and threats to endangered or threatened fauna and flora. In recent years, the rate of unwanted human-wildlife interactions has risen in many areas, owing in part to the expansion of residences into places formerly wild or agricultural, making wildlife damage management even more relevant.

RUSSELL F. REIDINGER, JR., is a former Director, National Wildlife Research Center, USDA APHIS / Wildlife Services, and an adjunct professor in the Department of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences at Lincoln University in Jefferson City, Missouri, and in the School of Natural Resources, University of Missouri, Columbia. JAMES E.

MILLER is a professor emeritus in the Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Aquaculture at Mississippi State University and a past president of The Wildlife Society. 78

Wildlife Management  |  NOVEMBER  336 pages  7 x 10  22 halftones, 27 line drawings 978-1-4214-0944-3 $85.00 (s)  £55.00 hc Available as an e-book




Preventing Animal–Aircraft Collisions through Science-Based Management

A Comprehensive Dictionary of Latin, Greek, and Arabic Roots



The pilot watches the instrument panel and prepares for touch-

explains the roots of these and better-known words like asymmet-

down—a routine landing until a burst of birds, a coyote, or a herd

ric, gradient, and average. He provides Greek, Latin, and Arabic text

Do you ever wonder about the origins of mathematical terms such as ergodic, biholomorphic, and strophoid? Here Anthony Lo Bello

of deer crosses the runway! Every year, pilots experience this ten-

in its original form to enhance each explanation. This sophisticat-

sion and many aircraft come into direct contact with birds and other

ed, one-of-a-kind reference for mathematicians and word lovers is

wildlife, resulting in more than one billion dollars in damage per year.

based on decades of the author’s painstaking research and work.

The United States Federal Aviation Administration has recorded a

Origins of Mathematical Words supplies definitions for words

rise in these incidents over the past decade due to more reporting,

such as conchoids (a shell-shaped curve derived from the Greek

rebounding wildlife populations, and an increased number of flights.

noun for “mussel”) and zenith (Arabic for “way overhead”), as well

Wildlife in Airport Environments tackles the issue of what to do about

as approximation (from the Latin proximus, meaning “nearest”).

wildlife in and around airports—from rural, small-craft airparks to ma-

These and hundreds of other terms wait to be discovered within the

jor international airports.

pages of this mathematical and etymological treasure chest.

Wildlife Management and Conservation Published in association with The Wildlife Society

ANTHONY LO BELLO is a professor of mathematics at Allegheny College and author of four volumes about Euclid’s

TRAVIS L. DEVAULT is a research wildlife biologist and

elements of geometry in the Middle Ages.

project leader for the USDA National Wildlife Research Center.

BRADLEY F. BLACKWELL is a research wildlife biologist for the USDA National Wildlife Research Center. JERROLD L.

BELANT is director of the Carnivore Ecology Laboratory and the Center for Resolving Human-Wildlife Conflicts at Mississippi State University.

Wildlife Management  |  NOVEMBER  256 pages  7 x 10  53 b&w illustrations 978-1-4214-1082-1 $75.00 (s)  £48.50 hc Available as an e-book

Mathematics | DECEMBER  352 pages  6 x 9 978-1-4214-1098-2 $49.95 (s)  £32.00 pb Available as an e-book



How adults can help children cope with routine and traumatic medical care.

A CLINICIAN’S GUIDE TO HELPING CHILDREN COPE AND COOPERATE WITH MEDICAL CARE An Applied Behavioral Approach KEITH J. SLIFER, PH.D. Keith J. Slifer, Ph.D., a pediatric psychologist at the Kennedy Krieger Institute and the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, draws on practice and research to help health care practitioners provide better care for children with chronic conditions and children undergoing rehabilitation after traumatic injury or surgery. By better understanding the behavior, emotions, and developmental challenges of children, health care professionals in practice and in training can solve a range of problems, from getting a distressed child to cooperate with a physical examination or diagnostic test, to teaching a child to adhere to medical self-care.

A Clinician’s Guide to Helping Children Cope and Cooperate with Medical Care will ben-

KEITH J. SLIFER, PH.D., is the direc-

efit both health care professionals and children as practitioners aim to improve medical care and prevent the children’s behavior from disrupting clinics and distressing and frustrating

tor of the Pediatric Psychology Clinic

health care workers and family caregivers. This book is for pediatric psychologists, pediatri-

and Consultation Service at the Kennedy

cians, family medicine practitioners, physician’s assistants, nurse specialists, pediatric sub-

Krieger Institute in Baltimore and an associ-

specialists, and students in these fields—and for family members dedicated to helping their

ate professor of psychiatry and behavioral

children cope with medical procedures and get the best possible medical care.

sciences at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Psychology | DECEMBER  272 pages  6 x 9  19 b&w illustrations 978-1-4214-1112-5 $45.00 (s)  £29.00 pb Available as an e-book



A thorough collection of classic and contemporary resources about the placebo effect.

THE PLACEBO A Reader edited by FRANKLIN G. MILLER, LUANA COLLOCA, ROBERT A. CROUCH, and TED J. KAPTCHUK The placebo effect is a fascinating but elusive phenomena. Although no standard definition of the placebo effect exists, it is generally understood as consisting of responses of individuals to the psychosocial context of medical treatments or clinical encounters, as distinct from specific physiological effects of medical interventions. The Placebo is the first book to compile a selection of classic and contemporary published articles on the topic. Systematic investigation of the placebo effect emerged in the 1950s in response to the development of randomized controlled clinical trials that used “inert” placebo interventions as a pivotal element of scientific evaluation of novel drugs. The Placebo is organized into three sections: the nature and significance of the placebo effect, experimental studies of the placebo effect, and ethical issues of placebos in research and in clinical practice. This comprehensive sourcebook will be invaluable to investigators and scholars alike.

FRANKLIN G. MILLER is a member of the senior faculty in the Department of Bioethics at the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and a special expert at the National Institute of Mental Health Intramural Research Program.

LUANA COLLOCA is a research fellow at the National Center for Complementary and Alternative Medicine and the National Institute of Mental Health, and an adjunct faculty member in the Department of Bioethics at NIH.

ROBERT A. CROUCH is an independent consultant. TED J. KAPTCHUK is an associate professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School and the director of the Program in Placebo Studies and the Therapeutic Encounter at the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. Medical Ethics  | JULY  360 pages  8½ x 11  95 b&w illustrations 978-1-4214-0866-8 $49.95 (s)  £32.00 pb


Reproduced from the Collections of the Library of Congress


R E C E N T LY P U B L I S H E D and PA P E R B A C K



REDUCING GUN VIOLENCE IN AMERICA Informing Policy with Evidence and Analysis edited by DANIEL W. WEBSTER and JON S. VERNICK foreword by Michael R. Bloomberg The staggering toll of gun violence—which claims 31,000 U.S. lives each year—is an urgent public health issue that demands an effective evidence-based policy response. The Johns Hopkins University convened more than 20 of the world’s leading experts on gun violence and policy to summarize relevant research and recommend policies that are both constitutional and have broad public support. Collected for the first time in one volume, this reliable, empirical research and legal analysis will help lawmakers, opinion leaders, and concerned citizens identify policy changes to address mass shootings, along with the less-publicized gun violence that takes an average of 80 lives every day.

DANIEL W. WEBSTER, ScD, MPH, is a professor of Health Policy and Management at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, where he serves as Director of the Center for Gun Policy and Research, Deputy Director of Research

The book includes an analysis of the constitutionality of many recommended policies and data from a national public opinion poll that reflects support among the majority of Americans—including gun owners—for stronger gun policies.

“The rate of firearms homicides in America is 20 times higher than it is in other economically advanced nations. We have got to change that.”

for the Center for the Prevention of Youth Violence,

—From the Foreword by Michael R. Bloomberg, Mayor of New York City

and Director of the PhD program in Health and Public Policy. JON S. VERNICK, JD, MPH, is an associate professor of Health Policy and Management at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School

“Gun violence is a public health issue. This isn’t about ideology. It’s about dignity.” —Martin O’Malley, Governor of Maryland

of Public Health and Co-Director of the Johns Hopkins Center for Gun Policy and Research.

Public Policy / Public Health  |  JANUARY  320 pages  6 x 9 978-1-4214-1110-1 $9.95  £5.00 pb Available as an e-book



HOPKINS DIGITAL SHORTS Whether excerpted from forthcoming or classic backlist titles or developed with newly commissioned content, Hopkins Digital Shorts deliver high-quality scholarship and compelling narratives in e-book format.




introduction by Michael R. Bloomberg

introduction by Michael R. Bloomberg

Arguably the most contentious gun policy

For many years, some groups have claim-

reform is the regulation of firearm sales

ed that the Second Amendment to the

and stopping the diversion of guns to

U.S. Constitution stands as an obstacle

criminals. This selection from Reducing

to most gun control laws. Lawrence E.

Gun Violence in America presents com-

Rosenthal and Adam Winkler debunk

pelling evidence that stronger purchasing

this myth with careful legal analysis of re-

laws and better enforcement of these

cent court decisions, including District of

laws result in lower gun violence.

Columbia v. Heller. This selection from Reducing Gun Violence in America tackles the most fundamental question at hand: How do we reduce gun violence while upholding our constitutional right to bear arms?

Additional material includes an introduction by Michael R. Bloomberg and Consensus Recommendations for Reforms to Federal Gun Policies from the Johns Hopkins University.

Public Policy / Public Health  |  MARCH  32 pages (est.) $0.99  £0.50 eb 978-1-4214-1172-9

Public Policy / Public Health  |  MARCH  32 pages (est.) 978-1-4214-1173-6 $0.99  £0.50 eb





The Real Urban Crisis

The War on Terror after Iraq and Afghanistan



featuring a conversation with David Simon

“This slender volume is packed with many insights. A collection of short chapters, some not much longer than op-eds, reveals author Mark Katz’s wisdom and prudence when it comes to the use of military power, and the need for patience and persistence when pursuing long-term objectives . . . His straightforward prose engages the reader in what often feels like a quiet one-on-one conversation.” —Christopher Preble, Middle East Policy

“An engaging, fast-paced read that translates the fiction of a cable one-hour drama to the reality of an American City. ” —Journal of Urban Health

“Living in Baltimore for most of the five years that I filmed The Wire, I was astounded to see how closely life mirrors art for too many residents of this— and most other—major cities in America.” —Michael Kenneth Williams, actor, The Wire “As the U.S. searches for a way forward, Katz’s largely objective and thoughtful analysis offers much to consider.” —Publishers Weekly PETER L. BEILENSON, M.D., M.P.H., is the CEO of Evergreen Health Cooperative. He served as health officer of Howard County, Maryland, from 2007 to 2012 and as Baltimore City Health Commissioner from 1992 to 2005. PATRICK A.

McGUIRE is a journalist with more than twenty years of experience, fourteen of which were at the Baltimore Sun.

Public Health  |  SEPTEMBER  232 pages  6 x 9  15 halftones 978-1-4214-1190-3 $24.95 (s)  £16.00 pb Available as an e-book Hardcover edition published in 2012, 978-1-4214-0750-0

MARK N. KATZ is a professor of government and politics at George Mason University. He has authored several books, including Russia and Arabia: Soviet Foreign Policy toward the Arabian

Peninsula, also published by Johns Hopkins.

Political Science  |  SEPTEMBER  168 pages  6 x 9  2 maps 978-1-4214-1183-5 $22.95 (s)  £15.00 pb Available as an e-book Hardcover edition published in 2012, 978-1-4214-0558-2



INVESTING IN LIFE Insurance in Antebellum America




Winner, Hagley Prize in Business History, Hagley Museum

Winner, Helen and Howard R. Marraro Prize,

and Library and the Business History Conference

American Catholic Historical Association

“In this sparkling volume, Murphy makes an enormous contribution to scholarship in a wide range of fields . . . Murphy’s careful and close examination of life insurance as a new and vital safety valve for thousands of emerging middleclass households touches on just about every niche in the historical panorama.” —American Historical Review

“Convents, long a hazy presence on the rich scholarly map of Renaissance Florence, now have their political and economic contours there clearly charted.” —Renaissance Quarterly “Strocchia makes a significant contribution to the developing body of work on women’s religious life in the Renaissance.” —American Historical Review

“In pursuing her arguments, she discloses an impressive array of insights that shed light on American business and culture “In this brilliant study, Strocchia brings us a deftly crafted analmore generally.” —Business History Review ysis of Florentine convents and life within them . . . The combination of Strocchia’s scholarship and engaging narrative sets Studies in Early American Economy and Society from the Library a new standard for future studies of nunneries in other Italian Company of Philadelphia, Cathy Matson, Series Editor cities. This is a superb book!” —Church History SHARON ANN MURPHY is an associate professor of history

SHARON T. STROCCHIA is a professor of history at Emory

at Providence College.

University and author of Death and Ritual in Renaissance Florence, also published by Johns Hopkins.

American History  | NOVEMBER 416 pages  6 x 9  5 halftones, 1 line drawing 978-1-4214-1194-1 $35.00 (s)  £22.50 pb Available as an e-book Hardcover edition published in 2010, 978-0-8018-9624-8

European History  |  DECEMBER  280 pages  6 x 9  11 halftones, 1 line drawing 978-1-4214-1184-2 $35.00 (s)  £22.50 pb Available as an e-book Hardcover edition published in 2009, 978-0-8018-9292-9





Experiments, Patents, Inventions

Photography as Eyewitness in Victorian Science



Outstanding Academic Title, Choice Magazine

“Tucker’s brilliant study enlarges traditional concepts of photographic evidence by tying together the social processes and institutions that created the scientific photograph to the shift in the professional development of science itself.” —Victorian Studies

“Einstein’s papers reveal a downto-earth side. Learn about his inventions and ideas, including waterproof breathable clothes and an explanation for rivers’ meanderings.” —Science News

“A lesser-known aspect of “The strength of the book lies in Einstein’s incredible contribution Tucker’s analysis of the broad histo understanding the physical torical context in which scientific universe and human creations photography emerged in Victomakes up the subject of this fasrian Britain.” —Science cinating book . . . In this compact, readable account, one discovers Einstein’s practical interests that lay beyond his seminal “An impressive, long-overdue critical companion to the early history of scientific photography in Britain that leaves few work in relativity and quantum physics.” —Choice stones unturned. It is also an enjoyable read, as it delves into some of the quirkier and more entertaining chapters in phoJÓZSEF ILLY is a visiting senior editor with the Einstein Papers tographic history.” —British Journal for the History of Science Project and a visiting associate in history at the California Institute of Technology. He is the editor of Albert Meets America: How

Journalists Treated Genius during Einstein’s 1921 Travels, also published by Johns Hopkins.

History of Science  |  AUGUST  216 pages  6 x 9  66 halftones, 6 line drawings 978-1-4214-1171-2 $35.00 (s)  £22.50 pb Available as an e-book Hardcover edition published in 2012, 978-1-4214-0457-8

JENNIFER TUCKER is an associate professor of history, science in society, and gender studies at Wesleyan University.

History of Science  |  AUGUST  312 pages  6 x 9¼  68 halftones 978-1-4214-1093-7 $34.95 (s)  £22.50 pb Hardcover edition published in 2006, 978-0-8018-7991-3



THE AMISH Donald B. Kraybill, Karen M. Johnson-Weiner, and Steven M. Nolt 978-1-4214-0914-6 $29.95  £15.50 hc Available as an e-book

RECONSTRUCTING ANCIENT LINEN BODY ARMOR Unraveling the Linothorax Mystery Gregory S. Aldrete, Scott Bartell, and Alicia Aldrete 978-1-4214-0819-4 $29.95 (a)  £15.50 hc Available as an e-book

ON DEPRESSION Drugs, Diagnosis, and Despair in the Modern World Nassir Ghaemi 978-1-4214-0933-7 $24.95  £13.00 hc Available as an e-book

ABRAHAM LINCOLN A Life Michael Burlingame Volume 1: 978-1-4214-0973-3 $29.95  £15.50 pb Volume 2: 978-1-4214-1058-6 $29.95  £15.50 pb Available as an e-book


THE QUICK GUIDE TO WILD EDIBLE PLANTS Easy to Pick, Easy to Prepare Lytton John Musselman and Harold J. Wiggins 978-1-4214-0871-2 $24.95  £13.00 hc Available as an e-book

GECKOS The Animal Answer Guide Aaron M. Bauer 978-1-4214-0853-8 $26.95  £14.00 pb 978-1-4214-0852-1 $50.00 (s)  £26.00 hc Available as an e-book

TEN LESSONS IN PUBLIC HEALTH Inspiration for Tomorrow’s Leaders Alfred Sommer, M.D., M.H.S.

BROKEN HEARTS The Tangled History of Cardiac Care David S. Jones

THRILL OF THE CHASTE The Allure of Amish Romance Novels Valerie Weaver-Zercher

NIGHTMARE ALLEY Film Noir and the American Dream Mark Osteen

978-1-4214-0904-7 $19.95 (a)  £10.50 pb 978-1-4214-0952-8 $34.95 (s)  £18.00 hc Available as an e-book

978-1-4214-0801-9 $34.95 (a)  £18.00 hc Available as an e-book

978-1-4214-0891-0 $24.95 (a)  £13.00 pb 978-1-4214-0890-3 $50.00 (s)  £26.00 hc Available as an e-book

978-1-4214-0780-7 $34.95 (a)  £18.00 hc Available as an e-book



FOOD ALLERGIES A Complete Guide for Eating When Your Life Depends on It Scott H. Sicherer, M.D. 978-1-4214-0845-3 $15.95  £8.50 pb 978-1-4214-0844-6 $45.00 (s)  £23.50 hc Available as an e-book

THE 36-HOUR DAY A Family Guide to Caring for People Who Have Alzheimer Disease, Related Dementias, and Memory Loss fifth edition Nancy L. Mace, M.A., and Peter V. Rabins, M.D., M.P.H. 978-1-4214-0280-2 $16.95  £9.00 pb 978-1-4214-0279-6 $45.00 (s)  £23.50 hc 978-1-4214-0307-6 $21.95  £11.50 pb, LP Available as an e-book

THE SECRETS OF SURVIVING INFIDELITY Scott Haltzman, M.D. 978-1-4214-0942-9 $19.95  £10.50 pb 978-1-4214-0941-2 $55.00 (s)  £28.50 hc Available as an e-book

THE EPIDURAL BOOK A Woman’s Guide to Anesthesia for Childbirth Richard Siegenfeld, M.D. 978-1-4214-0734-0 $15.95  £8.50 pb 978-1-4214-0733-3 $40.00 (s)  £21.00 hc Available as an e-book

MANAGING YOUR DEPRESSION What You Can Do to Feel Better Susan J. Noonan, M.D., M.P.H. 978-1-4214-0947-4 $14.95  £8.00 pb 978-1-4214-0946-7 $30.00 (s)  £15.50 hc Available as an e-book

A WOMAN’S GUIDE TO PELVIC HEALTH Expert Advice for Women of All Ages Elizabeth E. Houser, M.D., and Stephanie Riley Hahn, P.T. 978-1-4214-0692-3 $18.95  £10.00 pb 978-1-4214-0691-6 $40.00 (s)  £21.00 hc Available as an e-book

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JUST ONE OF THE KIDS Raising a Resilient Family When One of Your Children Has a Physical Disability Kay Harris Kriegsman, Ph.D., and Sara Palmer, Ph.D.

THE BREAST RECONSTRUCTION GUIDEBOOK Issues and Answers from Research to Recovery third edition Kathy Steligo

978-1-4214-0931-3 $19.95  £10.50 pb 978-1-4214-0930-6 $49.00 (s)  £25.50 hc Available as an e-book

978-1-4214-0720-3 $19.95  £10.50 pb 978-1-4214-0719-7 $40.00 (s)  £21.00 hc Available as an e-book

DEPRESSION AND ANXIETY IN LATER LIFE What Everyone Needs to Know Mark D. Miller, M.D., and Charles F. Reynolds III, M.D.


978-1-4214-0630-5 $19.95  £10.50 pb 978-1-4214-0629-9 $49.95 (s)  £26.00 hc Available as an e-book

978-1-4214-0624-4 $18.95  £10.00 pb 978-1-4214-0623-7 $45.00 (s)  £23.50 hc Available as an e-book


FIELD GUIDE TO FISHES OF THE CHESAPEAKE BAY Edward O. Murdy and John A. Musick illustrated by Val Kells 978-1-4214-0768-5 $24.95  £13.00 pb

IN FULL GLORY REFLECTED Discovering the War of 1812 in the Chesapeake Ralph E. Eshelman and Burton K. Kumerow

Maryland Historical Society 978-0-9842135-4-2 $24.95  £13.00 pb

MARYLAND’S CIVIL WAR PHOTOGRAPHS The Sesquicentennial Collection Ross J. Kelbaugh Maryland Historical Society 978-0-9842135-1-1 $30.00  £15.50 pb

AIA GUIDE TO THE ARCHITECTURE OF WASHINGTON, D.C. fifth edition G. Martin Moeller, Jr. 978-1-4214-0270-3 $24.95  £13.00 pb 978-1-4214-0269-7 $50.00 (s)  £26.00 hc Available as an e-book

TO ANTIETAM CREEK The Maryland Campaign of September 1862 D. Scott Hartwig

GEORGE WASHINGTON’S EYE Landscape, Architecture, and Design at Mount Vernon Joseph Manca

978-1-4214-0631-2 $49.95 (a)  £26.00 hc Available as an e-book

978-1-4214-0432-5 $49.95 (a)  £26.00 hc Available as an e-book

THE DAWN’S EARLY LIGHT Walter Lord with a new foreword by Scott S. Sheads 978-1-4214-0547-6 $24.95  £13.00 pb

PLANTS OF THE CHESAPEAKE BAY A Guide to Wildflowers, Grasses, Aquatic Vegetation, Trees, Shrubs, and Other Flora Lytton John Musselman and David A. Knepper 978-1-4214-0498-1 $24.95  £13.00 pb 978-1-4214-0497-4 $65.00 (s)  £34.00 hc Available as an e-book


187 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THE WAR OF 1812 An Easy Question-and-Answer Guide Donald R. Hickey Maryland Historical Society 978-0-9842135-2-8 $15.00  £8.00 pb

THE ROCKETS’ RED GLARE An Illustrated History of the War of 1812 Donald R. Hickey and Connie D. Clark 978-1-4214-0155-3 $39.95 (a)  £21.00 hc




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