Johns Hopkins University Press Fall 2023 Catalog

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TRADE AND GENERAL INTEREST

WRONG

How Media, Politics, and Identity Drive Our Appetite for Misinformation

An engaging look at how American politics and media reinforce partisan identity and threaten democracy.

Why are so many of us wrong about so much? From COVID-19 to climate change to the results of elections, millions of Americans believe things that are simply not true and act based on these misperceptions. In Wrong: How Media, Politics, and Identity Drive Our Appetite for Misinformation, media and political psychologist Dannagal Goldthwaite Young offers a comprehensive model that illustrates how political leaders and media organizations capitalize on our social and cultural identities to separate, enrage, and ultimately mobilize us. Through a process of identity distillation encouraged by public officials, journalists, political and social media, Americans' political identities how we think of ourselves as members of our political team drive our belief in and demand for misinformation It turns out that if being wrong allows us to comprehend the world, have control over it, or connect with our community, all in ways that serve our political team, then we don't want to be right

Over the past 40 years, lawmakers in America's two major political parties have become more extreme in their positions on ideological issues Voters from the two parties have become increasingly distinct and hostile to one another along the lines of race, religion, geography, and culture. In the process, these political identities have transformed into a useful but reductive label tied to what we look like, who we worship, where we live, and what we believe.

Young offers a road map out of this chaotic morass, including demandside solutions that reduce the bifurcation of American society and increase our information ecosystem's accountability to empirical facts By understanding the dynamics that encourage identity distillation, Wrong explains how to reverse this dangerous trend and strengthen American democracy in the process.

OCTOBER 2023

Political Science • Commentary & Opinion

312 Pages • 6 x 9 • t • 6 b&w photos, 25 b&w illus 9781421447759 • $29.95

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Dannagal Goldthwaite Young is a professor of communication and political science at the University of Delaware. Young is an awardwinning scholar and teacher, a TED speaker, an improvisational comedian, and the author of Irony and Outrage: The Polarized Landscape of Rage, Fear, and Laughter in the United States

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DEATH IN CUSTODY

How America Ignores the Truth and What We Can Do about It

ROGER A. MITCHELL AND JAY D. ARONSON HEALTH EQUITY IN AMERICA

The United States significantly undercounts the number of people who die in law enforcement custody each year. How can we fix this?

Deaths resulting from interactions with the US criminal legal system are a public health emergency, but the scope of this issue is intentionally ignored by the very systems that are supposed to be tracking these fatalities We don't know how many people die in custody each year, whether in an encounter with police on the street, during transport, or while in jails, prisons, or detention centers In order to make a real difference and address this human rights problem, researchers and policy makers need reliable data

In Death in Custody, Roger A. Mitchell Jr., MD, and Jay D. Aronson, PhD, share the stories of individuals who died in custody and chronicle the efforts of activists and journalists to uncover the true scope of deaths in custody From Ida B Wells's enumeration of extrajudicial lynchings more than a century ago to the Washington Post's current effort to count police shootings, the work of journalists and independent groups has always been more reliable than the state's official reports Through historical analysis, Mitchell and Aronson demonstrate how government at all levels has intentionally avoided reporting death-incustody data

Mitchell and Aronson outline a practical, achievable system for accurately recording and investigating these deaths. They argue for a straightforward public health solution: adding a simple checkbox to the US Standard Death Certificate that would create an objective way of recording whether a death occurred in custody. They also propose the development of national standards for investigating deaths in custody and the creation of independent regional and federal custodial death review panels These tangible solutions would allow us to see the full scope of the problem and give us the chance to truly address it

SEPTEMBER 2023

Social Science • Activism & Social Justice

320 Pages • 6 x 9 • t

9781421447087 • $28.95 • £24.00

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Roger A. Mitchell Jr., MD, (WASHINGTON, DC) is a professor and chair of pathology at the Howard University College of Medicine. He is a forensic pathologist who previously served as the Chief Medical Examiner and Deputy Mayor for Public Safety and Justice of Washington, DC. He is the author of The Price of Freedom: A Son's Journey Jay D. Aronson (PITTSBURGH, PA) is the founder and director of the Center for Human Rights Science at Carnegie Mellon University, where he is a professor of science, technology, and society in the Department of History. He is the author of Who Owns the Dead? The Science and Politics of Death at Ground Zero and Genetic Witness: Science, Law, and Controversy in the Making of DNA Profiling

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LIAR IN A CROWDED THEATER

Freedom of Speech in a World of Misinformation

Thanks to the First Amendment, Americans enjoy a rare privilege: the constitutional right to lie. And although controversial, they should continue to enjoy this right.

When commentators and politicians discuss misinformation, they often repeat five words: "fire in a crowded theater " Though governments can, if they choose, attempt to ban harmful lies, propaganda, misinformation, and disinformation, how effective will their efforts really be? Can they punish someone for yelling "fire" in a crowded theater and would those lies then have any less impact? How do governments around the world respond to the spread of misinformation, and when should the US government protect the free speech of liars?

In Liar in a Crowded Theater, law professor Jeff Kosseff addresses the pervasiveness of lies, the legal protections they enjoy, the harm they cause, and how to combat them From the COVID-19 pandemic to the 2016 and 2020 presidential elections and the January 6, 2021, insurrection on the Capitol building, Kosseff argues that even though lies can inflict huge damage, US law should continue to protect them Liar in a Crowded Theater explores both the history of protected falsehoods and where to go from here

Drawing on years of research and thousands of pages of court documents in dozens of cases from Alexander Hamilton's enduring defense of free speech to Eminem's victory in a lawsuit claiming that he stretched the truth in a 1999 song Kosseff illustrates not only why courts are reluctant to be the arbiters of truth, but also why they're uniquely unsuited to that role. Rather than resorting to regulating speech and fining or jailing speakers, he proposes solutions that focus on minimizing the harms of misinformation. If we want to seriously address concerns about misinformation and other false speech, we must finally exit the crowded theater.

OCTOBER 2023

Political Science • Propaganda

368 Pages • 6 x 9 • t

9781421447322 • $29.95 • £25.00

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Jeff Kosseff (ARLINGTON, VA) is an associate professor of cybersecurity law at the United States Naval Academy.

THE DEADLYRISE OF ANTISCIENCE

A Scientist's Warning

Dr Peter Hotez discusses how an antivaccine movement became a dangerous political campaign promoted by elected officials and amplified by news media, causing thousands of American deaths.

During the height of the COVID-19 pandemic, one renowned scientist, in his famous bowtie, appeared daily on major news networks such as MSNBC, NPR, the BBC, and others. Dr. Peter J. Hotez often went without sleep, working around the clock to develop a nonprofit COVID19 vaccine and to keep the public informed. During that time, he was one of the most trusted voices on the pandemic and was even nominated for a Nobel Prize for his selfless work. He also became one of the main targets of anti-science rhetoric that gained traction through conservative news media

In this eyewitness story of how the anti-vaccine movement grew into a dangerous and prominent anti-science element in American politics, Dr Hotez describes the devastating impacts it has had on American health and lives As a scientist who has endured antagonism from antivaxxers and been at the forefront of both essential science discovery and advocacy, Dr Hotez is uniquely qualified to tell this story By weaving his personal experiences together with information on how the anti-vaccine movement became a tool of far-right political figures around the world, Dr Hotez opens readers' eyes to the dangers of anti-science. He explains how anti-science is now a major societal and lethal force: in the first years of the pandemic, more than 200,000 unvaccinated Americans needlessly died despite the widespread availability of COVID-19 vaccines Even as he paints a picture of the world under a shadow of aggressive ignorance, Hotez demonstrates his innate optimism, offering solutions for how to combat science denial and save lives in the process

SEPTEMBER 2023

Medical • Public Health

240 Pages • 6 x 9 • t • 1 halftone, 12 line drawings

9781421447223 • $24.95 • £20.50

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Peter J. Hotez, MD, PhD (HOUSTON, TX), is a professor of pediatrics and molecular virology and microbiology and the founding dean of the National School of Tropical Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine, where he is also the codirector of the Texas Children's Center for Vaccine Development He is the author of Preventing the Next Pandemic: Vaccine Diplomacy in a Time of Anti-science and Vaccines Did Not Cause Rachel's Autism: My Journey as a Vaccine Scientist, Pediatrician, and Autism Dad

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POLICING PREGNANT BODIES

From Ancient Greece to Post-Roe America KATHLEEN M. CROWTHER

Explores the historical roots of controversies over abortion, fetal personhood, miscarriage, and maternal mortality.

On June 24, 2022, the US Supreme Court overturned the Roe v. Wade decision, asserting that the Constitution did not confer the right to abortion This ruling, in the Dobbs v Jackson Women's Health case, was the culmination of a half-century of pro-life activism promoting the idea that fetuses are people and therefore entitled to the rights and protections that the Constitution guarantees. But it was also the product of a much longer history of archaic ideas about the relationship between pregnant people and the fetuses they carry.

In Policing Pregnant Bodies: From Ancient Greece to Post-Roe America, historian Kathleen M. Crowther discusses the deeply rooted medical and philosophical ideas that continue to reverberate in the politics of women's health and reproductive autonomy. From the idea that a detectable heartbeat is a sign of moral personhood to why infant and maternal mortality rates in the United States have risen as abortion restrictions have gained strength, this is a historically informed discussion of the politics of women's reproductive rights

Crowther explains why pro-life concern for fetuses has led not just to laws restricting or banning abortion but also to delaying or denying treatment to women for miscarriages and police investigations of miscarriages She details the failure to implement policies that would actually improve the quality of infant life, such as guaranteed access to medical care, healthy food, safe housing, and paid maternity leave We must understand the historical roots of these archaic ideas in order to critically engage with the current legal and political debates involving fetal life

OCTOBER 2023

Medical • History

288 Pages • 6 x 9 • t • 19 halftones, scattered, Tracy to size figs and post for JHP to send to WPS with layouts

9781421447636 • $29.95 • £25.00

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Kathleen M. Crowther (NORMAN, OK) is an associate professor in the Department of the History of Science, Technology, and Medicine at the University of Oklahoma. She is the author of Adam and Eve in the Protestant Reformation.

THE CHASE AND RUINS

Zora Neale Hurston in Honduras

A fascinating look at a pivotal period in Zora Neale Hurston's life that reimagines her complicated legacy.

Zora Neale Hurston, an anthropologist and writer best known for her classic novel Their Eyes Were Watching God, led a complicated life often marked by tragedy and contradictions When both she and her writing fell out of favor after the Harlem Renaissance, she struggled not only to regain an audience for her novels but also to simply make ends meet. In The Chase and Ruins, Sharony Green uncovers an understudied but important period of Hurston's life: her stay in Honduras in the late 1940s.

On the eve of an awful accusation that nearly led to her suicide, Hurston fled to Honduras in search of a lost Mayan ruin. During her yearlong trip south of the US border, she appears to have never found the ruin she was chasing. But by escaping the Jim Crow south to Honduras, she avoided racist violence in the United States while still embracing her privilege and power as a US citizen in postwar Central America. While in Honduras, Hurston wrote Seraph on the Suwanee, her final novel and her only book to feature white characters, in an attempt to appeal to Hollywood's growing appetite for "crackerphilia" (stories about poor white folks) and to finally secure herself some financial stability In a letter to her editor, Hurston wrote that in Honduras, she may not have found the Mayan ruin she was looking for, but she finally found herself

Hurston's experience in Honduras has much to teach us about Black women's lives and the thorny politics of postwar America as well as America's long and complicated entanglement with Central America. In an attempt to find historical meaning in an extraordinary woman's conceptions of herself in a changing world, Green unearths letters, diaries, literary writings, research reports, and other archival materials The Chase and Ruins encourages us to reckon with and reimagine Hurston's fascinating life in all of its complexity and contradictions

OCTOBER 2023

Biography & Autobiography • Literary Figures

192 Pages • 6 x 9 • t • 5 b&w photos, 4 b&w illus

9781421446660 • $28.95 • £24.00

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Sharony Green, an award-winning writer, is an associate professor of history at the University of Alabama.

ABRAHAM LINCOLN A Life

Hailed as the definitive portrait of the sixteenth president, Lincoln scholar Michael Burlingame's impressive two-volume biography has been masterfully abridged and revised.

Sixteenth president of the United States, the Great Emancipator, and a surpassingly eloquent champion of national unity, freedom, and democracy, Abraham Lincoln is arguably the most studied and admired of all Americans Michael Burlingame's astonishing Abraham Lincoln: A Life, an updated, condensed version of the 2,000-page twovolume set that The Atlantic hailed as one of the five best books of 2009, offers fresh interpretations of this endlessly fascinating American leader

Based on deep research in unpublished sources as well as newly digitized sources, this work reveals how Lincoln's character and personality were the North's secret weapon in the Civil War, the key variables that spelled the difference between victory and defeat He was a model of psychological maturity and a fully individuated man whose influence remains unrivaled in the history of American public life

Burlingame chronicles Lincoln's childhood and early development, romantic attachments and losses, his love of learning, legal training, and courtroom career as well as his political ambition, his term as congressman in the late 1840s, and his serious bouts of depression in early adulthood. Burlingame recounts, in fresh detail, the Abraham and Mary Todd Lincoln marriage and traces the mounting moral criticism of slavery that revived his political career and won this Springfield lawyer the presidency in 1860. This abridgement delivers Burlingame's signature insight into Lincoln as a young man, a father, and a politician.

Lincoln speaks to us not only as a champion of freedom, democracy, and national unity but also as a source of inspiration. Few have achieved his historical importance, but many can profit from his personal example, encouraged by the knowledge that despite a lifetime of troubles, he became a model of psychological maturity, moral clarity, and unimpeachable integrity His presence and his

OCTOBER 2023

Biography & Autobiography • Presidents & Heads Of State

720 Pages • 6¼ x 9¼ • t • 26 b&w photos, 5 b&w illus

9781421445557 • $34.95 • £29.00

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Michael Burlingame (MYSTIC, CT) is Chancellor Naomi B Lynn Distinguished Chair in Lincoln Studies at the University of Illinois Springfield. He is the author or editor of several books about Lincoln, including Lincoln Observed: Civil War Dispatches of Noah Brooks; The Black Man's President: Abraham Lincoln, African Americans, and the Pursuit of Racial Equality; and An American Marriage: The Untold Story of Abraham Lincoln and Mary Todd

Jonathan W. White (NEWPORT NEWS, VA) is an associate professor of American studies at Christopher Newport University. He has written and edited more than a dozen books on the Civil War era, including A House Built by Slaves: African American Visitors to the Lincoln White House

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THE TRUTH ABOUT COLLEGE ADMISSION

A Family Guide to Getting In and Staying Together

Updated and completely revised, the ultimate family guide to managing a college search in a positive way.

Is your family just starting to think about visiting colleges? Maybe you are in the throes of the college search, feeling stressed out and overwhelmed Miss a deadline? Should you be looking in-state or outof-state, big school or small? How do you pay for it, and what is a "FAFSA" anyway?

The Truth about College Admission is the easy-to-follow, comprehensive, go-to guide for families. Brennan Barnard and Rick Clark with combined decades of experience and insight from both the high school and university sides of the process provide critical advice, thoughtful strategies, helpful direction, and invaluable reassurance during the long and often bewildering college admission journey This book covers every important step: searching for colleges, creating a list, weighing financial considerations, crafting an application, learning what schools are looking for academically and outside the classroom, and understanding how colleges decide whom to accept. Helpful sections like "Try This," "Talk About This," and "Check In" show your family how to have open and balanced conversations to keep everyone on the same page, feeling less stressed, and actually enjoying the adventure together.

This completely revised second edition includes new information on affordability and aid that addresses important financial considerations. It also explores changes in standardized testing and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic. The Truth about College Admission is the practical and inspiring guidebook your family needs, an essential companion on the path toward acceptance to college

SEPTEMBER 2023

Education • Schools

288 Pages • 7 x 10 • t • 1 b&w photo, 9 b&w illus 9781421447483 • $19.95 • £16.50

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Rick Clark is the assistant vice provost and executive director of undergraduate admission at the Georgia Institute of Technology. Brennan Barnard is the director of college counseling for Khan Lab School and for the College Guidance Network. He also serves as the college admission program advisor for the Harvard Graduate School of Education's Making Caring Common project

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HARLEM WORLD

How Hip Hop's Super Showdown Changed Music Forever

A thrilling narrative history of how one rap battle in New York transformed American culture forever.

July 3, 1981, was a pivotal night for the future of America's newest art form: hip hop In New York's Harlem World Club, the Fantastic Romantic Five and the Cold Crush Brothers competed with an unprecedented $1,000 and their reputations on the line in a highly anticipated rap battle The show drew hundreds of fans to settle a question that still dominates hip hop circles: who's the best?

In Harlem World, journalist Jonathan Mael chronicles this fateful night of hip hop rivalry and shares a new look at how Harlem helped ignite a musical revolution Since hip hop first emerged in New York in the early 1970s, artists like Theodore Livingston (DJ Grand Wizzard Theodore) and Curtis Brown (Grandmaster Caz) sought to elevate this uniquely American musical genre by pushing the limits of recordplaying techniques and lyricism The two crews they assembled put on the best shows in a world where hip hop was still a strictly live art form. Even as acts like the Sugarhill Gang and Kurtis Blow became commercially successful, New York's top two crews strove to claim the ultimate spot atop the city's hip hop scene.

The battle blew the roof off Harlem World that night, and bootlegged cassette tapes of the performances sent aftershocks around the city as more fans listened to the legendary performances Set in the New York of the 1970s and 80s, this book shares dozens of new, exclusive interviews and a treasure trove of previously unpublished archival material to tell the story of Cold Crush and Fantastic's rivalry, documenting one of the most important stories in hip hop history. This is the first hip hop history that focuses on 1979–1983 and the legendary battles at Harlem World while connecting the genre's formative years to its massive role in American society today

SEPTEMBER 2023

Music • History & Criticism

296 Pages • 6 x 9 • t • 12 b&w photos

9781421446882 • $26.95 • £22.50

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Jonathan Mael (BOSTON, MA) is a high school teacher and reporter He has written for publications such as The Boston Globe, The Boston Herald, and ESPN.

HOW WRITING MADE US HUMAN, 3000BCE TO NOW WALTER STEPHENS INFORMATION CULTURES

A sweeping history of how writing has preserved cultural practices, traditions, and knowledge throughout human history.

In How Writing Made Us Human, 3000 BCE to Now, Walter Stephens condenses the massive history of the written word into an accessible, engaging narrative The history of writing is not merely a record of technical innovations from hieroglyphics to computers but something far richer: a chronicle of emotional engagement with written culture whose long arc intimates why the humanities are crucial to society.

For five millennia, myths and legends provided fascinating explanations for the origins and uses of writing These stories overflowed with enthusiasm about fabled personalities (both human and divine) and their adventures with capturing speech and preserving memory Stories recounted how and why an ancient Sumerian king, a contemporary of Gilgamesh, invented the cuneiform writing system or alternatively, how the earliest Mesopotamians learned everything from a hybrid man-fish For centuries, Jews and Christians debated whether Moses or God first wrote the Ten Commandments. Throughout history, some myths of writing were literary fictions Plato's tale of Atlantis supposedly emerged from a vast Egyptian archive of world history Dante's vision of God as one infinite book inspired Borges's fantasy of the cosmos as a limitless library, while the nineteenth century bequeathed Mary Shelley's apocalyptic tale of a world left with innumerable books but only one surviving reader

Stephens presents a comprehensive history of the written word and demonstrates how writing has preserved and shaped human life since the Bronze Age

These stories, their creators, and their preservation have inspired wonder and an endless appetite for historical revelation

OCTOBER 2023

History • Social History

576 Pages • 6¼ x 9¼ • t • 29 b&w photos, 12 color plates

9781421446646 • $35.95 • £30.00

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Walter Stephens is the Charles S Singleton Professor of Italian Studies at Johns Hopkins University. He served as a co-curator of the 2014 rare book exhibition of the Bibliotheca Fictiva collection and accompanying catalogue, Fakes, Lies, and Forgeries.

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THINGSTHAT GO BUMP IN THE UNIVERSE

How Astronomers Decode Cosmic Chaos

C. RENÉE JAMES

Experience the drama of the explosive cosmos and the astonishing discoveries being made about the universe's wildest phenomena.

The violent birth of the universe was only the first bang of a very bumpy ride This unfathomably cacophonous beginning has spawned blasts, implosions, cosmic cannibalism, collisions, and countless other fleeting energetic events punctuating the cosmos Although often brief, these transient phenomena pack a powerful punch.

Armed with decades of theoretical progress, unrivaled computing power, and cutting-edge technology, astronomers find themselves at the cusp of understanding not just the events themselves, but also how those events reveal the story of the entire cosmos. In Things That Go Bump in the Universe, astronomer and science writer C Renée James introduces us to her colleagues around the world, who are using pioneering research techniques to explore everything from the very first explosions in the universe to the dark energy that could destroy it all. Along the way, James describes the history of transient astronomy, how the universe presents itself through various astronomical messengers, and the unexpected connections between different phenomena Capturing the drama of a wild, violent cosmos for the curious reader, James explains a different category of transient event in each chapter, using easy-to-understand metaphors and stories to explain the science behind these awe-inspiring, cosmological encounters.

Things That Go Bump in the Universe explores the incredible discoveries being made in this revolutionary field, the tools used to detect cosmic events, and the astronomical mysteries that continue to puzzle observers and theorists. Informative, entertaining, frequently perplexing, and occasionally philosophical, James weaves together the stories of our turbulent universe and the people who are trying to make sense of it

NOVEMBER 2023

Science • Space Science

296 Pages • 6 x 9 • t

9781421446936 • $29.95 • £25.00

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Unshackled: How Obscure, Abstract, Seemingly Useless Scientific Research Turned Out to Be the Basis for Modern Life and Seven Wonders of the Universe That You Probably Took for Granted

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C. Renee James (SPRING, TX) is a professor of physics and astronomy at Sam Houston State University. She is the author of Science

WHAT'SHIDDEN INSIDE PLANETS?

A guided journey through the inner workings of Earth, the cloaked mysteries of other planets in our solar system, and beyond.

Extreme heat Extreme cold Extreme pressure Toxic gases Scorching magma flows, and ice volcanoes. Interior tides. Asteroids filled with gold In What's Hidden Inside Planets? planetary scientist Dr Sabine Stanley cracks the surface to reveal the beating heart of planets and what created them from the building blocks of swirling cosmic dust, pebbles, and gas to coalesced planetesimal beginnings to the worlds we see today We're only beginning to explore the secretive interiors of planets, where awe-inspiring wonders await

Our home planet is no exception Earth, from space, looks like a shimmering gem suspended in an inky, infinite expanse. But this serene image masks the magnificent and volatile interior forces that make life possible for millions of species on the surface The placid appearances of our neighboring planets similarly belie their powers and science fiction-worthy features, like diamond rain The daily machinations of Earth's deep interior make the planet a habitable, yet sometimes treacherous, place to live Drill down thousands of miles through our built environments and soil, sand, water, rock, and minerals to the outer (mainly liquid iron with nickel) and inner core, encountering intense convection, roiling metals, hidden continents, and shifting tectonic plates. Discover the effects of magnetism, rotation, and seismic activity seen and sensed in the forms of auroras, hurricanes, volcanoes, and earthquakes, among other manifestations. Our neighboring planets boast their own fierce forces, along with moons covered by frozen oceans that might someday reveal extraterrestrial life.

Join this exciting journey to far-flung interstellar locations and the center of the Earth to learn what lies beneath our feet, and why it's the best real estate in our solar system

NOVEMBER 2023

Science • Space Science

272 Pages • 5 x 7 • t • 6 b&w illus

9781421448169 • $16.95 • £14.00

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Sabine Stanley, PhD, is a Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of Planetary Physics at Johns Hopkins University focusing on magnetic fields and other geophysical elements as a means of studying the interiors of planets, moons, asteroids, and exoplanets. She’s a participating scientist on NASA’s Mars InSight mission investigating the planet’s ancient magnetic field, is a 2011 Alfred P Sloan Research Fellow, and received the William Gilbert Award of the American Geophysical Union in 2010 Her work has been featured in National Geographic Magazine, Bloomberg View, CBC Radio's Quirks and Quarks, and the Washington Post.

John Wenz is a science writer and editor whose works have appeared in Scientific American, Discover Magazine, Popular Science, Smithsonian Magazine, New Scientist, and many other publications He currently serves as the science editor at Inverse

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WE WAIT FOR A MIRACLE

Health Care and the Forcibly Displaced

The story of how we treat refugees is a story about our own moral failings, and the barriers that refugees face in accessing health care can be as difficult to overcome as any other adversity in their path to stability.

Around the world, millions are forcibly displaced by conflict, climate change, and persecution. Some cross international borders, while others are displaced within their own countries In We Wait for a Miracle, Muhammad H. Zaman shares poignant stories across continents to highlight the health care experiences of refugees and forced migrants. For many of these people, health risks unfortunately become part of the fabric of everyday life as they navigate new countries that treat them with varying degrees of care and indifference.

Across widely varied local systems, countries of origin, health concerns, and other contexts, Zaman finds that barriers to health care share these key factors: trust, social network, efficiency of the health system, and the regulatory framework of the host environment. A combination of these factors explains difficulties in accessing health care across the geographic and geopolitical spectrum and challenges the existing global public health framework, which is based entirely on local context In moving stories that span seven countries Sudan, South Sudan, Uganda, Zimbabwe, Pakistan, Colombia, and Venezuela Zaman shares the everyday struggles of refugees, the internally displaced, and the stateless in accessing the health care they need.

This unique look at an urgent global challenge addresses the issue of access for populations that are currently in distress due to civil war, economic collapse, or a conflict driven by external state actors Organic social networks and trust, rather than top-down policies, are often what save the lives of migrants, refugees, and the stateless Focusing on that trust and its deficit in camps, urban slums, hospitals, and clinics, Zaman combines personal and journalistic accounts of refugees with broad systemic analysis on global health care access to compare problems and solutions in different regions and provide holistic policy and practice recommendations for refugees, internally displaced persons, and stateless populations.

NOVEMBER 2023

Political Science • Public Policy

256 Pages • 6 x 9 • t

9781421447308 • $28.95 • £24.00

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Muhammad H. Zaman (BOSTON, MA) is the Howard Hughes Medical Institute Professor of Biomedical Engineering and International Health at Boston University. He is director of the Center on Forced Displacement at Boston University. He is the author of Bitter Pills: The Global War on Counterfeit Drugs and Biography of Resistance: The Epic Battle between People and Pathogens

THE CONVERSATION ON GUNS

From TheConversation com, an exploration of the devastating gun violence in the United States and possible ways to stop it.

In The Conversation on Guns, editor James Densley brings together a group of expert scholars to explore the role of guns in US society and the tragic impacts of gun violence From the many forms of gun violence, to effective and innovative public health and community-led initiatives to curb it, the authors discuss how and why guns are deeply rooted in American history and culture by examining both the politics and policies around gun safety Grounded in the latest research, these short and accessible articles written by experts in criminal justice, law, sociology, public health, history, and education explain how the United States became so saturated with guns and what the prevalence of guns is doing to our society.

The Critical Conversations series collects essays from top scholars on timely topics, including water, biotechnology, gender diversity, gun culture, and more, originally published on the independent news site The Conversation.

Contributors: Pierre M. Atlas, Deborah Azrael, Michelle Barnhart, Paul Boxer, Brad J Bushman, Marika Cabral, Patrick Carter, Philip J Cook, Saul Cornell, Rebecca Cunningham, James Densley, Greg Dickinson, John J. Donohue III, Frank Edwards, Sandro Galea, Richard Gunderman, Connie Hassett-Walker, Paul Hirschfield, Aimee Dinnín Huff, Arash Javanbakht, Bokyung Kim, Michael J. Klein, Anita Knopov, Susanna Lee, Morgan Marietta, Frank McAndrew, Jonathan M Metzl, Matthew Miller, Brian L Ott, Molly Pahn, Jillian Peterson, Dan Romer, Maya RossinSlater, Allen Rostron, Molly Schnell, Hannes Schwandt, Donald H. Sebastian, Michael Siegel, Rebeccah Sokol, Robert Spitzer, Peter Squires, Jeremy Straub, Tom Stucky, Ashwini Tambe, Jennifer Tucker, John A Tures, Lacey Wallace, Andrew P Wheeler, Garen Wintemute, Cary Wu, April M. Zeoli, Marc A. Zimmerman

NOVEMBER 2023

Political Science • Public Policy

296 Pages • 5 x 8 • t • 18 b&w photos, 18 b&w illus

9781421447360 • $16.95 • £14.00

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James Densley (ARDEN HILLS, MN) is a professor of criminal justice at Metro State University and the cofounder of The Violence Project research center. Densley is the coauthor or author of more than ten books, including The Violence Project: How to Stop a Mass Shooting Epidemic.

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DREAMS MELANIE GILLESPIE ROSEN

A short but engaging look at why we dream

In Dreams, researcher Melanie Gillespie Rosen explores the biology and psychology behind dreaming. Introducing historical theories from Aristotle to Descartes, Gillespie Rosen then evaluates current leading theories on the purpose of dreams based on modern research She reveals how dreams may help consolidate memories our brains deem important while clearing out unnecessary ones, and they may also reflect anxieties in our subconsciousness. Dreams give us a chance to test out future events in order to rehearse our actions and responses

Gillespie Rosen examines the sleep stages and explains why most of the dreams we remember occur during REM She even explores why some people dream in color, while others report dreaming in black and white.

In Reflections, a series copublished with Denmark's Aarhus University Press, scholars deliver 60-page reflections on key concepts These books present unique insights on a wide range of topics that entertain and enlighten readers with exciting discoveries and new perspectives.

SEPTEMBER 2023

Health & Fitness • Diseases & Conditions

60 Pages • 4½ x 7¼ • t

9781421447124 • $8.95 • £7.50

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Melanie Gillespie Rosen (PETERSBOROUGH, CANADA) is an assistant professor at Trent University.

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QUESTIONS PIA

A short but engaging look at how questions shape our thinking

Why do we ask questions? In Questions, Pia Lauritzen explores the philosophy behind questions and probes how they function as both a development tool and a bridge to understanding She speculates that the question is the essential characteristic that distinguishes human beings from animals and that it is the key to understanding why we think and act as we do Basic human phenomena like surprise and doubt, ignorance and curiosity–which all articulate a questioning mode of dealing with the world–may well be the reason why human beings developed language. Yet the diverse ways that different languages and cultures treat questions reflects and reinforces crucial cultural differences Ultimately, Lauritzen argues, the question is the key to understanding the inner logic that links all major themes in the history of Western philosophy

In Reflections, a series copublished with Denmark's Aarhus University Press, scholars deliver 60-page reflections on key concepts These books present unique insights on a wide range of topics that entertain and enlighten readers with exciting discoveries and new perspectives

SEPTEMBER 2023

Philosophy • Language

60 Pages • 4½ x 7¼ • t

9781421447148 • $8.95 • £7.50

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Pia Lauritzen is a Danish philosopher and cofounder of Qvest

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WELFARE CARSTEN JENSEN

A short but engaging look at how nations have succeeded and failed at welfare.

In Welfare, political scientist Carsten Jensen examines how the Danish welfare model leads to some of the highest levels of happiness, education, and health in the world He argues that this welfare model is a success story because it has created a remarkable level of equality and forged strong links between people and public institutions Jensen probes four central questions about this model: Why do Danes support the welfare state? Which historic events and people have enabled such intimate links to arise between the state and welfare? How much welfare do Danes actually get? And finally, how has Denmark been able to combine welfare and wealth, and how viable will this model be in the future?

In Reflections, a series copublished with Denmark's Aarhus University Press, scholars deliver 60-page reflections on key concepts These books present unique insights on a wide range of topics that entertain and enlighten readers with exciting discoveries and new perspectives.

SEPTEMBER 2023

Political Science • Public Policy

60 Pages • 4½ x 7¼ • t

9781421444741 • $8.95 • £7.50

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Carsten Jensen (AARHUS, DK) is an associate professor of political science at Aarhus University.

COLLECTING SHAKESPEARE

The Story of Henry and Emily Folger

The first biography of Henry and Emily Folger, who acquired the largest and finest collection of Shakespeare in the world.

In Collecting Shakespeare, Stephen H. Grant recounts the American success story of Henry and Emily Folger Shortly after marrying in 1885, the Folgers started buying, cataloging, and storing all manner of items about Shakespeare and his era. Emily earned a master's degree in Shakespeare studies The frugal couple worked passionately as a tight-knit team during the Gilded Age, financing their hobby with the fortune Henry earned as president of Standard Oil Company of New York, where he was a trusted associate of John D. Rockefeller Sr.

While a number of American universities offered to house the collection, the Folgers wanted to give it to the American people. Afraid the price of antiquarian books would soar if their names were revealed, they secretly acquired prime real estate on Capitol Hill near the Library of Congress They commissioned the design and construction of an elegant building with a reading room, public exhibition hall, and the Elizabethan Theatre. The Folger Shakespeare Library was dedicated on the Bard's birthday on April 23, 1932

The library houses 82 First Folios, 277,000 books, and 60,000 manuscripts It welcomes more than 100,000 visitors a year and provides professors, scholars, graduate students, and researchers from around the world with access to the collections It is also a vibrant center in Washington, DC, for cultural programs, including theater, concerts, lectures, and poetry readings With unprecedented access to the primary sources within the Folger vault, Grant draws on interviews with surviving Folger relatives and visits to 35 related archives in the United States and in Britain to create a portrait of the remarkable couple who ensured that Shakespeare would have a beautiful home in America

OCTOBER 2023

History • United States

264 Pages • 6 x 9 • t • 32 halftones

9781421448091 • $24.95 • £20.50

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Stephen H. Grant, EdD, is the author of Peter Strickland: New London Shipmaster, Boston Merchant, First Consul to Senegal. In addition to being a biographer he is a deltiologist, having produced three books on collecting vintage picture postcards in Guinea in West Africa, Indonesia in Southeast Asia, and El Salvador in Central America He currently blogs on The Collation at the Folger Shakespeare Library and on his website, www StephenHGrant com

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THE RISE AND FALL OF SYNANON

A California Utopia ROD JANZEN

The definitive account of Synanon

On a fall day in 1978, Los Angeles attorney Paul Morantz reached into his mailbox to collect his mail and was nearly killed. He was bitten by the four-foot-long rattlesnake that had been put there by members of a cultlike group called Synanon

Chuck Dederich a former Alcoholics Anonymous member who coined the phrase "Today is the first day of the rest of your life" established Synanon as an innovative drug rehabilitation center near the Santa Monica beach in 1958. Synanon quickly evolved into an experimental commune and religion that attracted thousands of members and was strongly committed to social justice and progressive education Twenty years later, when Dederich was arrested for the Morantz attack, Synanon had devolved into a paranoid community that followed its egomaniacal leader in whatever direction he chose to take.

Based on extensive primary sources and interviews with former members, The Rise and Fall of Synanon explores how the group arose in the context of American social, political, and economic trends

Historian Rod Janzen argues that Synanon's downfall resulted from members giving too much power to Synanon's charismatic founder The subject of a new documentary and podcast, this community serves as a mesmerizing case study of how alternative societies can change over time and how the general public's reactions to such societies can shift from tolerance to fear and opposition.

OCTOBER 2023

Religion • Cults

320 Pages • 6 x 9 • t • 39 halftones, 1 line drawing

9781421448107 • $24.95 • £20.50

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Rod Janzen is Distinguished Scholar and Professor of History at Fresno Pacific University

He is the author of The Hutterites in North America (also published by Johns Hopkins) and The Prairie People: Forgotten Anabaptists (University Press of New England).

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HEALTH AND WELLNESS

THE LUPUSENCYCLOPEDIA

A Comprehensive Guide for Patients and Health Care Providers

DONALD E. THOMAS

A JOHNS HOPKINS PRESS HEALTH BOOK

Now completely updated! The best-selling, most comprehensive guide to lupus, its complications, and management.

Lupus is an autoimmune disease that can attack any body organ It is three times more common in the United States today than it was in the 1980s, so there is an increased need for accurate, practical information on this potentially devastating disease Lupus expert and clinician Donald E. Thomas, Jr., MD, provides all the helpful information patients need so they can understand and treat this disease

Highlighting amazing advancements in the diagnosis and treatment of lupus, this edition includes new and expanded information on:

• The latest FDA-approved medications

• How lupus affects different body parts

• Advanced labs that improve lupus diagnosis and treatment

• The role of the microbiome and anti-inflammatory diets

• Updated recommendations for those who are pregnant or breastfeeding

• Childhood-onset lupus

• The interaction between COVID-19 and lupus

• Non-drug treatments, complementary medicines, and medical cannabis

The gold standard since it was first published, the latest edition of The Lupus Encyclopedia is essential for patients, health care providers, and families Bonus content on insurance issues and information about working with lupus and disability is also available online.

Endorsed by The Lupus Foundation of America

Contributors: Jemima Albayda, MD; Divya Angra, MD; Alan N Baer, MD; Sasha Bernatsky, MD, PhD; George Bertsias, MD, PhD; Ashira D Blazer, MD; Ian Bruce, MD; Jill Buyon, MD; Yashaar Chaichian, MD; Maria Chou, MD; Sharon Christie, Esq; Angelique N Collamer, MD; Ashté Collins, MD; Caitlin O. Cruz, MD; Mark M. Cruz, MD; Dana DiRenzo, MD; Jess D. Edison, MD; Titilola Falasinnu, PhD; Andrea Fava, MD; Cheri Frey, MD; Neda F. Gould, PhD; Nishant Gupta, MD; Sarthak Gupta, MD; Sarfaraz Hasni, MD; David Hunt, MD; Mariana J Kaplan, MD; Alfred Kim, MD; Deborah Lyu Kim, DO; Rukmini Konatalapalli, MD; Fotios Koumpouras, MD; Vasileios C. Kyttaris, MD; Jerik Leung, MPH; Hector A. Medina, MD;

SEPTEMBER 2023

Health & Fitness • Diseases & Conditions

848 Pages • 7 x 10 • t

Donald E. Thomas, Jr., MD, FACP, FACR (GREENBELT, MD), is in private practice at Arthritis and Pain Associates of Prince Georges County. He is a clinical associate professor at the Uniformed Services University and teaches rheumatology at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center. He also serves as Chair of the Board of Directors of the Sjögren's Foundation

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THE EXPERT GUIDE TO FERTILITY

Boost Your Chances for Pregnancy

JOSEPH S. SANFILIPPO, WITH AARTI KUMAR A

HOPKINS PRESS HEALTH BOOK

The essential guide to understanding fertility and improving your pregnancy chances.

The journey to fertility can be daunting and filled with obstacles In The Expert Guide to Fertility, OB-GYNs Joseph S Sanfilippo, MD, MBA, and Aarti Kumar, MD, offer the information you need in your journey to achieve pregnancy They provide an overview of the human reproductive system, describe issues that may impede conception, and explain various medical, surgical, and lifestyle interventions shown to improve one's chances of becoming pregnant

This guide provides multiple options for readers, rather than one-sizefits-all recommendations Sanfilippo and Kumar offer important information on:

• A broad variety of assisted reproductive technologies, including in vitro fertilization

• Diagnostic tests and what to expect throughout your fertility journey

• Fertility-preserving options for people diagnosed with cancer and people with recurrent miscarriages, polycystic ovaries, a low egg supply, or endometriosis

• Fertility options for LGBTQ readers, single parents, and military personnel

• Adoption, egg and sperm donation, and egg freezing procedures

• Financing options and tips for working with health care insurers

The Expert Guide to Fertility is your one-stop shop for everything you need to know about getting pregnant

DECEMBER 2023

Health & Fitness • Fertility & Infertility

240 Pages • 6 x 9 • t

Also available as an e-book

Joseph S. Sanfilippo, MD, MBA (PITTSBURGH, PA), is a tenured professor of obstetrics, gynecology, and reproductive sciences and the vice chairman of reproductive sciences at University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, where he is the director of the Reproductive Endocrinology and Infertility Fellowship training program He is also the past president of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine Aarti Kumar, MD (NEW YORK, NY), is a resident physician at New York University Langone Health in obstetrics and gynecology

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THE FOOT BOOK

The Complete Guide to Caring for Your Feet and Ankles

JONATHAN D. ROSE AND VINCENT J. MARTORANA A JOHNS HOPKINS PRESS HEALTH BOOK

Now completely revised and updated! The ultimate guide to taking care of your feet.

Written by leading experts with decades of experience in podiatry, this new edition of The Foot Book covers everything you need to know to care for your feet. It addresses the entire foot, inside and out, describing in plain English its anatomy and biomechanical operations

The second edition:

• Provides an overview of common and rare foot injuries and syndromes

• Includes information on alignment and balance problems, heel pain, skin and toe conditions, flat feet, arthritis and more

• Offers guidance on medications, exercises, stretches, inserts, therapy, and surgery

• Explains how to select the right footwear for you and provides shoe recommendations

• Covers foot issues in children, athletes, people with diabetes, and people with nerve or vascular problems

• Includes links to supplemental YouTube videos that guide you through stretching, flexibility, and strengthening exercises

Lushly illustrated with nearly one hundred images, The Foot Book walks you through tips, stretches, and practices that are essential to caring for your feet

DECEMBER 2023

Medical • Podiatry

304 Pages • 6 x 9 • t

Also available as an e-book

Jonathan D. Rose, DPM (OWINGS MILLS, MD), is in private practice at Greenspring Podiatry in Lutherville, MD

Vincent J. Martorana, DPM (COCKEYSVILLE, MD), is a physician member on the MedStar Health Board of Directors and a retired section chief of podiatric surgery at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center

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9781421447278 • $54.95 • £45.50 • Hardcover 9781421447285 • $24.95 • £20.50 • Trade Paperback

THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO BREAST RECONSTRUCTION

Choosing the Best Options after Your Mastectomy

The definitive guide to breast reconstruction now completely revised and updated.

For more than twenty years, The Complete Guide to Breast Reconstruction (formerly The Breast Reconstruction Guidebook) has been an essential resource for individuals who are undergoing mastectomy and considering breast reconstruction. In this revised edition, two-time breast cancer survivor Kathy Steligo covers the critical information you need, from finding the right surgeon to considering options and making informed decisions

Anyone considering a mastectomy faces a perplexing array of issues, questions, and decisions in their treatment options This updated and expanded edition provides a comprehensive road map of the entire mastectomy and reconstruction experience Steligo explains the advantages and disadvantages of postmastectomy options, including staying flat, using prostheses, and undergoing reconstruction with breast implants or a patient's own tissue The extensively updated text includes new information on

• The benefits and limitations of traditional versus advanced procedures

• How mastectomy affects sensation, scarring, and projection

• What to expect from nipple-sparing mastectomy

• How reconstruction restores shape, size, and projection

• The pros and cons of saline and silicone breast implants

• The differences between muscle-sparing and muscle-sacrificing natural tissue reconstruction

• Improving results with fat grafting

• 3-D nipple tattooing

• How radiation therapy impacts reconstruction

• Male mastectomy and reconstruction

• The physical and emotional effects of surgery and recovery

Featuring before-and-after patient photos, expert commentaries, and patient stories, this guide describes the mastectomy and reconstructive journey from research to recovery so readers can make informed decisions about what is best for them

OCTOBER 2023

Health & Fitness • Diseases & Conditions

368 Pages • 6 x 9 • t • 35 halftones, 32 line drawings

9781421447599 • $27.95 • £23.00

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Kathy Steligo (SAN CARLOS, CA) is the coauthor of Living with Hereditary Cancer Risk and The Breast Cancer Book. She is a two-time breast cancer survivor.

HEALING THE TRAUMATIZED BRAIN

Coping after Concussion and Other Brain Injuries

SANDEEP VAISHNAVI AND VANI RAO, FOREWORD

The essential guide to recovering from concussion and other brain injuries.

Recovering from a brain injury can be a challenging and prolonged process Learn how to maximize your recovery from the effects of brain injuries with the guidance of Sandeep Vaishnavi, MD, PhD, and Vani Rao, MBBS, MD, two leading medical experts with extensive experience helping patients recover from concussion and other brain injuries Healing the Traumatized Brain explains how the brain works, how injuries affect the brain, and how to use your brain's own power to recover.

This detailed guide contains essential information on:

• The emotional, behavioral, mental, and physical effects following concussion and other brain injuries

• Medication options and lifestyle changes

• Practical strategies for healing, including stress management, behavioral therapy, and cognitive rehabilitation

• Neuroplasticity and nutrition as they affect recovery

• Behavioral disorders, balance disorders, and hormonal changes following concussion and other brain injuries

• The effects of coexisting factors such as other medical problems, recreational drug use, the misuse of prescribed medications, and poor sleep hygiene

• The science associated with repeated brain trauma and promising therapies on the horizon

Building on the work of Vaishnavi and Rao's best-selling book The Traumatized Brain, this guide is filled with practical information and tips for coping with concussion, injury from a stroke, and other brain injuries

JULY 2023

Health & Fitness • Diseases & Conditions

352 Pages • 6 x 9 • t

Also available as an e-book

Sandeep Vaishnavi, MD, PhD (CARY, NC), is a faculty member of the Duke Institute for Brain Sciences and an adjunct associate in the Department of Medicine at Duke University. He is also a neuropsychiatrist and the chief medical officer designate at ARC Health.

Vani Rao, MBBS, MD (SEVERN, MD), is a parttime associate professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine She also has a private practice in Washington, DC

Peter V. Rabins, MD, MPH, is professor emeritus in the Departments of Psychiatry and Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. The author of Is It Alzheimer's?

101 Answers to Your Most Pressing Questions about Memory Loss and Dementia, he was the founding director of the Division of Geriatric Psychiatry and Neuropsychiatry and the first holder of the Richman Family Professorship in Alzheimer Disease and Related Dementias

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A GIFT OF TIME

Continuing Your Pregnancy When Your Baby's Life Is Expected to Be Brief

AMY KUEBELBECK AND DEBORAH L. DAVIS A

Now updated and expanded a gentle and comprehensive guide for parents expecting a baby with a prenatal diagnosis of a lifelimiting condition.

When prenatal testing reveals that a baby is expected to die before or shortly after birth, many parents choose to proceed with the pregnancy and embrace the time they are able to have with their baby, before birth as well as afterward. With compassion and support, A Gift of Time walks these parents step-by-step through this challenging and emotional experience from receiving the diagnosis to coping with the pregnancy and making plans for the baby's birth and peaceful death.

The second edition of this gentle guide offers inspiration and reassurance through the voices of numerous parents who have walked this path with their beloved baby Their moving experiences are stories not only of grief but of joy and peace. This edition:

• Expands the content substantially to incorporate new research and guidelines

• Features additional vignettes from more than 160 parents about their experiences and coping strategies

• Offers encouragement and more practical ideas for moving forward, including updated guidance for decision-making and ideas for embracing the time with the baby, from before birth to after death

• Describes the importance of perinatal hospice and palliative care, which has continued to grow worldwide since the first edition was published, and how to access this care

Drawing from parent experiences and published research, this new edition is full of practical suggestions for parents as well as health care professionals. Caring and thoughtful, A Gift of Time helps parents navigate this difficult news and the journey that follows

SEPTEMBER 2023

Family • Death, Grief, Bereavement

448 Pages • 6 x 9 • t

Amy Kuebelbeck (ST PAUL, MN) is a journalist with experience at news organizations including the Associated Press and the Minneapolis Star Tribune. She described her experience of continuing a pregnancy with a life-limiting prenatal diagnosis in her memoir Waiting with Gabriel: A Story of Cherishing a Baby's Brief Life. She is the founder and editor of perinatalhospice org and has presented and written extensively on the topic of perinatal hospice and palliative care

Deborah L. Davis, PhD (DENVER, CO), is a developmental psychologist, writer, and expert in neonatal medical ethics and perinatal bereavement. She is the author of Empty Cradle, Broken Heart and the coauthor of Parenting Your Premature Baby and Child Her blog Laugh, Cry, Live explores a wide range of topics at PsychologyToday com

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COURAGEOUSWELL-BEING FOR NURSES

Strategies for Renewal

Provides nurses with the tools, practices, and strategies to enhance their well-being and protect against burnout.

Exhausting schedules and a tumultuous work environment have left many nurses feeling burned out The COVID-19 pandemic only compounded problems that have been plaguing nurses for decades How can you take care of others when you don't have the time or energy to take care of yourself? In Courageous Well-Being for Nurses, psychotherapist Donna Gaffney and wellness coach Nicole Foster provide essential strategies and resources

Learn about the research underpinning the science of well-being and discover practices that can reduce stress, rejuvenate your capacity for caring, and improve the quality of your own life. Informed by inspirational stories and real-life guidance from nurses around the world, this book provides you with the steps to thrive personally and professionally Gaffney and Foster research and describe

• How to cope with stress, burnout, grief, and empathic distress

• The power of self-compassion and mindfulness

• Current findings on eating, sleeping, and exercising well

• Science-based practices for alleviating stress through nature

• The benefits of professional mental health support

• The profoundly healing effects of advocacy and activism

• How to use the arts and creativity as sources of respite and joy

Hundreds of suggested resources, including recommended books, websites, podcasts, videos, and webinars, round out this essential guide. Courageous Well-Being for Nurses is the ultimate journey to wellbeing: one that is essential, inclusive, deep-rooted, individual, and above all, courageous

SEPTEMBER 2023

Self-Help • Self-Management

416 Pages • 6 x 9 • s • 25 halftones, 5 line drawings

9781421446684 • $29.95 • £25.00

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Donna A. Gaffney (PACIFIC PALISADES, CA) is a psychotherapist and educator In 2021, she was awarded the American Psychiatric Nurses Association Award for Excellence in Practice. She is the author of The Seasons of Grief: Helping Children Grow Through Loss.

Nicole C Foster (MONMOUTH BEACH, NJ) is a board-certified health and wellness coach at Lief Therapeutics-The Wearable for Mental Health

Her personal essays have been published in New York magazine's The Cut and Maria Shriver's Sunday Paper.

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CURING CANCERPHOBIA

How Risk, Fear, and Worry Mislead Us

Our fear of cancer causes great harm to individual health and to society.

The fear of cancer is understandable But that fear is in some ways outdated, as it fails to account for the medical progress made against this family of diseases. In Curing Cancerphobia, David Ropeik reveals the fascinating historical and psychological roots of our fear of cancer and documents the dramatic health and financial harms caused when that fear exceeds the risk

Fear of cancer drives millions for whom screening is not recommended to screen for the disease anyway, producing tens of thousands of emotionally damaging false positives and costing the US health care system an estimated $9.2 billion a year. At the same time, fear of cancer also causes many people for whom screening is recommended to avoid it altogether.

Modern screening technologies often identify cancers that do not spread or that grow so slowly they almost certainly will never cause harm in a person's lifetime Yet many of these people, frightened by the word "cancer" in their diagnosis, understandably choose more aggressive and risky treatments than their clinical conditions require These unnecessary treatments kill hundreds of people, cause severe side effects in thousands, and cost the health care system at least $5.2 billion a year

Additionally, consumers spend billions of dollars on vitamins and supplements, organic food, and other products that promise to reduce our risk of cancer but do not actually reduce it. And an excessive fear of cancer causes resistance to potentially beneficial technologies like nuclear power and fluoridation of tap water. After documenting these harms, Ropeik offers tools and suggestions to help reduce the negative impacts of cancerphobia. Based on extensive research including interviews with experts and cancer patients, Curing Cancerphobia confronts our emotional relationship with the disease we fear more than any other.

NOVEMBER 2023

Medical • Health Policy

384 Pages • 6 x 9 • s

Also available as an e-book

David Ropeik (BOSTON, MA) is a retired instructor who taught at Harvard University and the author of How Risky Is It, Really? Why Our Fears Don't Always Match the Facts. He was formerly an award-winning broadcast journalist in Boston, a science columnist for the Boston Globe, a board member of the Society of Environmental Journalists, and a Knight Science Journalism Fellow at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology

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DO IKNOW YOU?

From Face Blindness to Super Recognition SHARRONA

A fascinating history of how we recognize faces or fail to recognize them.

In Do I Know You? Sharrona Pearl explores the fascinating category of face recognition and the "the face recognition spectrum," which ranges from face blindness at one end to super recognition at the other. Super recognizers can recall faces from only the briefest exposure, while face blind people lack the capacity to recognize faces at all, including those of their closest loved ones Informed by archival research, the latest neurological studies, and testimonials from people at both ends of the spectrum, Pearl tells a nuanced story of how we relate to each other through our faces

The category of face recognition is relatively new despite the importance of faces in how we build relationships and understand our own humanity. Pearl shows how this most tacit of knowledge came to enter the scientific and diagnostic field despite difficulties with identifying it She offers a grounded framework for how we evaluate others and draw conclusions about them, with significant implications for race, gender, class, and disability Pearl explores the shifting ideas around the face-recognition spectrum, explaining the effects of these diagnoses on real people alongside implications for how facial recognition is studied and understood Face blindness is framed as a disability, while super recognition is framed as a superpower with no meaningful disadvantages This superhero rhetoric is tied to the use of super recognizers in criminal detection, prosecution, and other forms of state surveillance Do I Know You? demonstrates a humanistic approach to the study of the brain, one that offers an entirely new method for examining this fundamental aspect of human interaction

The combination of personal narratives, scientific and medical research, and high-profile advocates like Oliver Sacks helped to establish face recognition as a category and a spectrum in both diagnostic and experiential realms Building on an interdisciplinary foundation that includes the history of medicine, science, and technology, disability studies, media and communication, artificial intelligence ethics, and the health humanities, Pearl challenges the binary nature of spectrum thinking in general and provides a fascinating case study in the treatment of this new scientific category

NOVEMBER 2023

Medical • History

240 Pages • 6 x 9 • s

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Sharrona Pearl (PHILADELPHIA, PA) is an associate professor of medical ethics and history at Drexel University She is the author of Face/On: Face Transplants and the Ethics of the Other and About Faces: Physiognomy in Nineteenth-Century Britain.

THE POWER OF PLACEBOS

Unlocking Their Potential to Improve Health Care JEREMY HOWICK

The history, philosophy, ethics, and science behind the placebo and nocebo effects.

Placebos are the most widely used treatments in the history of medicine Thousands of studies show that they can be effective and make us happier and healthier Yet confusion about what placebos are and how to measure their effects prevents some doctors from using them to help patients Meanwhile, damage caused by the nocebo effect the negative effect of expecting something bad is not widely recognized

In The Power of Placebos, Jeremy Howick provides an interdisciplinary perspective on placebos and nocebos based on more than twenty years of research and data from over 300,000 patients. This book, the culmination of that research, offers practical ways for researchers, policymakers, and doctors to put placebo and nocebo research into practice to improve health outcomes

In addition to providing an overview of placebos and nocebos and explaining how belief systems and context can create physiological effects in the body, Howick advocates for a number of controversial positions, including why it may be unethical to include placebos in most clinical trials in which there are already established therapies and why physicians should consider using placebos regularly in their practices Howick also underscores the importance of the therapeutic effects of interactions between health care practitioners and patients, in the context of care Marvel of the Mind dispels the confusion surrounding placebos and paves the way for doctors to help patients by enhancing placebo effects and avoiding the pitfalls of nocebos.

NOVEMBER 2023

Psychology • Physiological Psychology

328 Pages • 6 x 9 • s • 9 line drawings

9781421446387 • $32.95 • £27.50

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Jeremy Howick (LEICESTERSHIRE, UK), PhD is the director of the Stoneygate Centre for Excellence in Empathic Healthcare and a senior researcher at Oxford University. He is the author of Doctor You and The Philosophy of Evidence-Based Medicine.

PUBLIC HEALTH AND HEALTH POLICY

INTRODUCTION TO US HEALTH POLICY

The Organization, Financing, and Delivery of Health Care in America

Expanded and updated, this is a new edition of an essential look at the history, structure, successes, and problems of the US health care system.

The United States spends more on health care than any other country in the world Yet the health of our society and our access to care are worse than in nearly all our peer countries. In the latest edition of Introduction to US Health Policy, Donald A Barr reviews the structure of the American health care system and explores the various organizations and institutions that make the US health care system work or fail to work. The book introduces readers to cultural issues surrounding health care policy such as access, affordability, and quality and specific elements of US health care, such as insurance programs like Medicare and Medicaid. It scrutinizes the shift to forprofit care while analyzing the pharmaceutical industry, issues surrounding long-term care, the plight of the uninsured, and nursing shortages This new edition features expanded and updated information on:

• The 2010 passage of the Affordable Care Act (ACA), its role in insuring millions of Americans, and Republican efforts to weaken or repeal it

• COVID-19's widespread impacts on the US health care system, including the expansion of telehealth services

• Differences between Medicaid and Medicare plans and changes to these services in the twenty-first century

• Laws affecting US health care, including the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Securities Act, the No Surprises Act, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, and the Inflation Reduction Act

JULY 2023

Medical • Health Policy

544 Pages • 7 x 10 • s • 1 halftone, 50 line drawings

9781421446462 • $64.95 • £54.00

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Donald A. Barr, MD, PhD, is professor emeritus at Stanford University in the Department of Pediatrics. He is the author of Health Disparities in the United States: Social Class, Race, Ethnicity, and the Social Determinants of Health; Introduction to Biosocial Medicine: The Social, Psychological, and Biological Determinants of Human Behavior and Well-Being; and Crossing the American Health Care Chasm: Finding the Path to Bipartisan Collaboration in National Health Care Policy

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NOTHING BUT NETS A Biography of Global Health Science and Its Objects

How insecticide-treated bed nets became a staple of global public health initiatives and reshaped health practices in Africa and beyond.

Distributed to millions of people annually across Africa and the global South, insecticide-treated bed nets have become a cornerstone of malaria control and twenty-first-century global health initiatives. Despite their seemingly obvious public health utility, however, these chemically infused nets and their rise to prominence were anything but inevitable

In Nothing But Nets, Kirsten Moore-Sheeley untangles the complicated history of insecticide-treated nets as it unfolded transnationally and in Kenya specifically a key site of insecticide-treated net research to reveal how the development of this intervention was deeply enmeshed with the emergence of the contemporary global health enterprise.

While public health workers initially conceived of nets as a stopgap measure that could be tailored to impoverished, rural health systems in the early 1980s, nets became standardized market goods with the potential to save lives and promote economic development globally. This shift attracted donor resources for malaria control amid the rise of neoliberal regimes in international development, but it also perpetuated a paradigm of fighting malaria and poverty at the level of individual consumers Africans' experiences with insecticide-treated nets illustrate the limitations of this paradigm and provide a warning for the precariousness of malaria control efforts today

Drawing on archival, published, and oral historical evidence from three continents, Moore-Sheeley reveals the important role Africans have played in shaping global health science and technology In placing both insecticide-treated nets and Africa at the center of global health history, this book sheds new light on how and why commodity-based health interventions have become so entrenched as solutions to global disease control as well as the challenges these interventions pose for at-risk populations

DECEMBER 2023

Medical • History

232 Pages • 6 x 9 • s • 7 halftones

9781421447575 • $49.95 • £41.50

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Kirsten Moore-Sheeley (LOS ANGELES, CA) is an assistant professor of the history of medicine at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center.

MEDICINE WITHOUT MEDS

Transforming Patient Care with Digital Therapies

DEAN HO, YOANN SAPANEL AND AGATA BLASIAK

How digital therapies can transform your health

Traditional health care has a new ally Some patients with sleep disorders, back pain, and diabetes are now being prescribed appbased treatment instead of drugs Algorithms are helping cancer patients manage their symptoms, and video games are improving the attention span of children diagnosed with ADHD. A new class of medicine called digital therapeutics (DTx) is gaining traction and transforming the way patients engage with the health care system. In Medicine without Meds, Dean Ho, Yoann Sapanel, and Agata Blasiak explore the exciting potential for these digital therapies to transform patient care

Ho, Sapanel, and Blasiak share their insights on how these therapies can deliver value beyond the technology, address the challenges of implementation in existing health care models, and revolutionize care delivery These clinicians, researchers, engineers, patients, start-up founders, and corporate executives are at the forefront of designing and building tomorrow's DTx. They explain what DTx represents, how it differs from other digital health solutions, and how these tools can be conceptualized, created, and brought to market. Throughout, case studies from leading DTx organization such as Akili Interactive, MedRhythms, and Welldoc illuminate best practices in product development, issues to consider, and pitfalls to avoid. These essays, along with a foreword by D A Wallach and Dr Eddie Martucci's outlook on the future of DTx, present the exciting potential for DTx to reimagine health care for all

OCTOBER 2023

Medical • Internal Medicine

336 Pages • 6 x 9 • s • 5 halftones, 12 line drawings

9781421447032 • $32.95 • £27.50

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Dean Ho (SINGAPORE) is the Provost's Chair Professor, the Director of the Institute for Digital Medicine and the N.1 Institute for Health, and the Head of the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the National University of Singapore.

Yoann Sapanel (SINGAPORE) is the Head of Health Innovation at the Institute for Digital Medicine at the National University of Singapore Agata Blasiak (SINGAPORE) is the Head of Digital Health Innovation at the Institute for Digital Medicine and the N.1 Institute for Health at the National University of Singapore.

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DIGITIZING DIAGNOSIS

Medicine, Minds, and Machines in TwentiethCentury America

ANDREW S. LEA STUDIES IN COMPUTING AND CULTURE

A fascinating history of the first attempts to computerize medical diagnosis.

Beginning in the 1950s, interdisciplinary teams of physicians, engineers, mathematicians, and philosophers began to explore the possible application of a new digital technology to one of the most central, and vexed, tasks of medicine: diagnosis. In Digitizing Diagnosis, Andrew Lea examines these efforts and the larger questions, debates, and transformations that emerged in their wake.

While surveying the continuities spanning the analog and digital worlds of medicine, Lea uncovers how the introduction of the computer to medical diagnosis reconfigured the identities of patients, diseases, and physicians. Debates about how and whether to apply computers to the problem of diagnosis, he demonstrates, were animated by larger concerns about the nature of medical reasoning, the definitions of disease, and the authority and identity of physicians and patients

In their attempts to digitize diagnosis, these interdisciplinary groups of researchers repeatedly came up against fundamental moral and philosophical questions How should doctors classify diseases? Could humans understand, and come to trust, the opaque decision-making processes of machines? And how might computerized systems circumvent or calcify bias? As medical algorithms become more deeply integrated into clinical care, researchers, clinicians, and caregivers continue to grapple with these questions today

JULY 2023

Medical • History

256 Pages • 6 x 9 • s • 14 b&w photos, 5 b&w illus

9781421446813 • $54.95 • £45.50

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Andrew S. Lea (Boston, MA) is a resident physician in internal medicine at Brigham and Women's Hospital and a clinical fellow at Harvard Medical School.

HEALTH PLANSUNMASKED A Physician's Guide to Working with Health Insurers

An insightful overview of health insurers and a guide to sustainability for provider organizations.

Physicians experience ongoing frustrations in their relationships with health plans Even as they struggle to keep up with accelerating clinical advances, they face daunting challenges from payers that are transitioning from traditional fee-for-service contracts to complex alternative payment models In Health Plans Unmasked, Martin Lustick, MD, offers insights and guidance for those who face the herculean task of transforming their business practices to achieve financial stability while improving outcomes for their patients.

By explaining both how and why insurance companies behave the way they do, Dr. Lustick helps providers avoid mistakes and take advantage of opportunities for success He provides information on:

• The evolution of health care financing in the United States

• The nuts and bolts of health plan capabilities and the real motives of health plan administrators

• Tips for successful contracting strategies

• Alternative payment models and the promises of value-based care

With a career spanning five decades as a practicing pediatrician, chief operating officer of a medical group, chief medical officer of a hospital, and chief medical officer of a health plan, Dr. Lustick provides a straightforward guide to sustainability for provider organizations Physicians, office managers, and anyone in a health-related field will benefit from his breaking down the role of health plans in our health care ecosystem

JULY 2023

Medical • Public Health

176 Pages • 5½ x 8½ • s

9781421446769 • $49.95 • £41.50

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Martin Lustick, MD (CANANDAIGUA, NY), is a pediatrician His career in medicine includes 20 years in clinical practice and leadership roles in a large physician group, a hospital, a nonprofit health plan, and a health care software company.

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LEVERAGING THE EDUCATION-HEALTH CONNECTION

How Educators, Physicians, and Public Health Professionals Can Improve Education and Health Outcomes throughout Life

On the interdependent relationship between health and academic achievement.

Research indicates that healthy children are more likely to succeed in school and that individuals who attain higher levels of education are more likely to experience better health outcomes in adulthood To promote and support children's academic success, educators must view student health as an education issue At the same time, public health professionals must view students' academic success as a public health issue In Leveraging the Education-Health Connection, David A Birch explores this interdependent relationship and lays out strategies to improve outcomes for both education and health

Birch provides evidence and recommendations on

• the links between student health and academic success and between education attainment and adult health outcomes;

• the impacts of social injustice and adverse childhood experiences on health and education;

• strategies for minimizing absenteeism, promoting students' and their parents' connection to the schools, and increasing graduation rates;

• the Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child model that provides a framework for health-promoting schools;

• the collaborative role of educators, physicians, and public health professionals in advocacy for schools that promote meaningful learning and student well-being; and

• the way to establish local coalitions that promote education and health

Schools can act as partners with public health organizations to support initiatives that have a clear and direct bearing on educational outcomes, such as quality health education and physical education, nutrition education and services, mental and emotional health services, family and community engagement, faculty and staff health promotion, and a healthy and safe school environment This guide is an important resource for everyone working at the intersection of public health and education.

JULY 2023

Medical • Public Health

360 Pages • 6 x 9 • s • 3 line drawings

9781421446950 • $34.95 • £29.00

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David A. Birch (TUSCALOOSA, AL) is professor emeritus in the Department of Health Science at the University of Alabama. He is the coeditor of the book Promoting Health and Academic Success: The Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child Approach.

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THE PUBLIC HEALTH APPROACH

Population Thinking from the Black Death to COVID-19

ALFREDO MORABIA

How public health's distinctive way of approaching human health has evolved by trial and error over a series of historic epidemics.

The field of public health has developed a distinctive way of approaching human health by focusing on the health of the population to improve the health of the individual In The Public Health Approach, Dr. Alfredo Morabia narrates the history of this population thinking and how it has helped address and combat a series of historic epidemics.

Morabia explains how this approach to public health has historically developed in response to major crises like the plague, smallpox, cholera, tuberculosis, influenza, HIV/AIDS, and the COVID-19 pandemic. By comparing population health outcomes, this public health approach helps reveal and address behavioral and social determinants of health. Through these examples, Morabia demonstrates that individual health outcomes are intimately tied to the health of the population

Morabia describes how public health professionals think and respond to crises by using scientific methods that uncover patterns that would otherwise remain hidden when focused on individual health or anecdotal data The COVID-19 pandemic and the successes and failures surrounding our response to it reinforces the urgent need for the public health approach This book is an engaging primer on the history of public health and its distinctive approach to understanding and intervening in human health

OCTOBER 2023

Medical • Public Health

232 Pages • 6 x 9 • s • 8 b&w illus

9781421446783 • $29.95 • £25.00

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Alfredo Morabia, MD (NEW YORK, NY), is the editor-in-chief of the American Journal of Public Health, a professor of epidemiology at the Barry Commoner Center for Health and the Environment at Queens College, City University of New York, and a professor of clinical epidemiology at the Mailman School of Public Health at Columbia University He is the author of Enigmas of Health and Disease: How Epidemiology Helps Unravel Scientific Mysteries and the editor of A History of Epidemiologic Methods and Concepts

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COLLAPSE AND RESILIENCY

The Inside Story of Liberia's Unprecedented Ebola Response

TOLBERT NYENSWAH, WITH MARDIA STONE, FOREWORD BY

An insider account of how an African public health leader responded to an unprecedented Ebola outbreak.

Tolbert Nyenswah, LLB, MPH, DrPH, was the assistant minister of health and deputy chief medical officer in Liberia when the 2014 Ebola epidemic struck Nyenswah, the incident manager who led the response, became known as the "Ebola Czar" for his pivotal role in combatting the epidemic despite his government's lack of resources His story underscores the public health strategies that succeeded and those that failed, highlighting important lessons in managing current and future outbreaks.

In Collapse and Resiliency, Nyenswah presents an insider's view of Liberia's response to the deadly Ebola epidemic. Nyenswah describes the fascinating journey from his childhood in a rural Liberian village to leading his country's response to the deadly outbreak, providing a deeply personal account of how the epidemic was finally controlled despite a depleted health care system Prior to the Ebola epidemic, Liberia suffered from a protracted and ruthless civil war. Despite these challenges, Nyenswah and his team fostered a coordinated, community-based crisis response.

Weaving together stories of effective and ineffective practices with the lived experiences that developed his skills to manage such a highstress program, Nyenswah details how organizations worked together and what were the best public health methods to fight the spread of the disease Unlike many books about Ebola in West Africa, Nyenswah provides both an expert account and a local voice His story highlights the power imbalance during cooperative projects between western and nonwestern collaborators

In the only Ebola book written by a native African, the key strategist responsible for successfully ending the epidemic, Nyenswah reflects on the impacts of war and disease on the struggle to rebuild a more resilient health system and functioning society As the world continues to reel from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, this look at a terrifying outbreak reminds us that a well-prepared public health system cannot be taken for granted

OCTOBER 2023

Medical • Public Health

272 Pages • 6 x 9 • s • 16 figures

9781421447551 • $34.95 • £29.00

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Tolbert Nyenswah, LLB, MPH, DrPH (SMYRNA, DE), is a senior research associate at the Johns Hopkins University Bloomberg School of Public Health, an internationally recognized legal scholar, and a global public health expert. He is formerly the director general / chief executive officer of the National Public Health Institute, deputy minister of health of Liberia, and the assistant minister of health of the Republic of Liberia

Mardia Stone, MD, MPH (NEW YORK, NY), is a senior consultant and advisor in the Division of Global Psychiatry at the Boston University School of Medicine / Boston Medical Center. A global public health expert, she is formerly a World Health Organization consultant in emergency preparedness and an Ebola Response Team Coordinator, senior and technical advisor to the Incident Manager of Liberia's National Ebola Response and to the director general / chief executive officer of the National Public Health Institute of Liberia. She is the author of Konkai: Living between Two Worlds.

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GLOBAL HUMAN SMUGGLING

Buying Freedom in a Retreating World

Completely revised and updated: an essential edited collection of essays on global human smuggling.

Migrant smuggling is now more entrenched than ever in many regions around the world, with efforts to combat it both largely unsuccessful and often counterproductive In Global Human Smuggling, editors Luigi Achilli and David Kyle bring together up-to-date contributions from a wide array of interdisciplinary scholars on the most important issues related to this global phenomenon.

Contributors explore human smuggling in several nuanced forms across diverse regions, examining its deep historical, social, economic, and cultural roots as well as its broad political consequences This volume represents a cutting-edge chronicle of the state of human smuggling today, its many complexities not easily reduced to simple moral narratives, and how researchers uncover the lives it affects, both directly and indirectly Just as migrants cross borders for a variety of reasons, many of those involved in migrant smuggling activities have an equally diverse set of motivations and organizations, ranging from those helping people escape persecution and violence to transnational criminal syndicates preying on the vulnerabilities of migrants attempting to leave their countries

Building on the pioneering work of its previous two editions, this new volume introduces contributions organized by the themes of control, complexity, and creativity. Spanning issues around the world, the essays in this essential collection cover topics such as global migrant smuggling networks, government responses, multinational initiatives against human trafficking for sexual exploitation, representations of human smuggling in mainstream narratives of migration, and more With nineteen new contributors, Global Human Smuggling represents the progress of human smuggling research on every continent and offers a rare, research-based, conceptual framework to the study of this critical global issue

DECEMBER 2023

Social Science • Human Trafficking

488 Pages • 6¼ x 9¼ • s • 3 halftones, 5 line drawings

9781421447513 • $44.95 • £37.50

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Luigi Achilli is a senior researcher at the European University Institute in Florence, Italy, and at the Christian Michaelson Institute in Bergen, Norway.

David Kyle is a professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of California at Davis. He is the author of Transnational Peasants: Migrations, Networks, and Ethnicity in Andean Ecuador

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EDUCATION

CONNECTIONSARE EVERYTHING

A College Student's Guide to Relationship-Rich Education

A practical guide to building the connections students need to thrive in and after college from the authors of the best-selling Relationship-Rich Education.

Decades of research demonstrate how important the relationships with peers and professors are for students academically, personally, and professionally. Yet many students lack the strategies to develop educationally purposeful relationships in college Connections Are Everything shows students the simple steps they can take to make their own college experience meaningful and transformational In short, practical chapters, this guide helps readers learn how to build relationships through various strategies, including using "relationship accelerators" like internships and mentorships, undergraduate research, and campus employment.

Undergraduate demographics have changed dramatically as students of color and first-generation students become the new majority at colleges and universities across the United States Connections are particularly significant for these students; the positive and negative impacts of peer, faculty, and staff relationships are magnified Higher education cannot meet students' needs or achieve equity, justice, and inclusion without relationship-rich education This book empowers students to seek out relationships by demystifying the varied ways they can cultivate significant connections.

JULY 2023

Education • Schools

184 Pages • 6 x 9 • s

9781421443126 • $19.95 • £16.50

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Peter Felten (ELON, NC) is the executive director of the Center for Engaged Learning, the assistant provost for teaching and learning, and a professor of history at Elon University.

Leo M. Lambert (BURLINGTON, NC) is president emeritus and professor at Elon University. Lambert is a coauthor of Relationship-Rich Education: How Human Connections Drive Success in College

Isis Artze-Vega (ORLANDO, FL) is the college provost and vice president for academic affairs at Valencia College. She is a coauthor of The Norton Guide to Equity-Minded Teaching.

Oscar R. Miranda Tapia (GRAHAM, NC) is pursuing his doctoral degree in Educational Leadership, Policy, and Human Development at North Carolina State University

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CENTERSFOR TEACHING AND LEARNING

The New Landscape in Higher Education

MARY C. WRIGHT

An in-depth look at Centers for Teaching and Learning and their profound impact on US higher education.

Centers for Teaching and Learning (CTLs) are important change agents on campus with strategies that are unique and impactful but sometimes unarticulated or misaligned In this wide-ranging book, Mary C. Wright maps the landscape of 1,200+ CTLs in the United States through a unique approach: by conducting complex web searches to identify and categorize CTLs, then examining the wealth of information that is available on these institutions' own websites The data she uncovers reveal important insights into CTLs' strategy and operations and offer a fuller picture of the impact these Centers are making on US higher education as a whole

Drawing from this web-based methodology, as well as interviews with CTL leaders and staff, Wright provides a broad picture of educational development in the United States and examines trends in what CTLs aim to accomplish, key strategies for reaching these goals, programs and services they offer, and their impacts on campuses. She also explores new organizational mandates for CTLs, including instructional technology and online learning, assessment, writing, service learning and community engagement, and career and leadership development In response to increased constituency sizes and expanding missions and mandates, she notes, Centers are also incorporating new faculty and student engagement structures

Key chapters focus on goals and theories of change, program types and exemplars, organizational structures, assessment and evaluation practices, and emerging trends. Offering guidelines for effective strategic leadership, Centers for Teaching and Learning documents the growth of this important organizational unit in US higher education and explains the role these centers play in supporting operational needs, strategic aims, and organizational change.

SEPTEMBER 2023

Education • Schools

272 Pages • 6 x 9 • s • 1 b&w illus

9781421447001 • $39.95 • £33.00

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Mary C. Wright (PROVIDENCE, RI) is the associate provost for teaching and learning, the executive director of the Sheridan Center for Teaching and Learning, and a research professor at Brown University. A former president of the Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education, she is the author of Always at Odds? Creating Alignment Between Faculty and Administrative Values

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REPORT CARDS A Cultural History

WADE H. MORRIS

The definitive history of the report card

Report cards represent more than just an account of academic standing and attendance. The report card also serves as a tool of control and as a microcosm for the shifting power dynamics among teachers, parents, school administrators, and students In Report Cards: A Cultural History, Wade H. Morris tells the story of American education by examining the history of this unique element of student life.

In the nearly two hundred-year evolution of the report card, this relic of academic bookkeeping reflected broader trends in the United States: the republican zealotry and religious fervor of the antebellum period, the failed promises of post-war Reconstruction for the formerly enslaved, the changing gender roles in newly urbanized cities, the overreach of the Progressive child-saving movement in the early twentieth century, and by the 1930s the increasing faith in an academic meritocracy The use of report cards expanded with the growth of school bureaucracies, becoming a tool through which administrators could surveil both student activity and teachers And by the late twentieth century, even the most radical stands against numerical reporting of children have had to compromise their ideals

Morris traces the evolution of how teachers, students, parents, and administrators have historically responded to report cards From a western New York classroom teacher in the 1830s and a Georgia student in the 1870s who was born enslaved, to a Colorado student incarcerated in the early 1900s and the son of Russian-Jewish immigrants applying to college in the 1930s, Report Cards describes how generations of people have struggled to maintain dignity within a system that reduces children to numbers on slips of paper.

SEPTEMBER 2023

Education • Schools

248 Pages • 6 x 9 • s • 31 halftones, 5 line drawings

9781421447162 • $34.95 • £29.00

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Wade H. Morris teaches history at United World College East Africa, an international high school in Moshi, Tanzania.

BLACK SCHOLARSHIP IN A WHITE ACADEMY

Perseverance in the Face of Injustice

Examines the experience of Black scholarship and faculty in predominantly White academic spaces.

While research has emphasized the importance of a diverse faculty, higher education has done little to bring this goal to fruition The hidden politics at play during the traditional tenure and promotion process represent a significant obstacle to the advancement of Black faculty While research productivity is the cornerstone to a successful tenure and promotion case at most universities and colleges, Black faculty are more likely to be tasked with extra service activities, which constrains time for research. Many Black faculty are also communityconscious scholars dedicated to conducting research to help uplift their communities, which may not be seen as credible or as valuable in the tenure and promotion process.

NOVEMBER 2023

Education • Schools

264 Pages • 6 x 9 • s • 1 b&w illus

9781421447469 • $32.95 • £27.50

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Alonzo M. Flowers III, and Sosanya Jones, Black Scholarship in a White Academy offers important perspectives on how Black faculty and their scholarship have been historically devalued within the academy, particularly in predominantly White academic spaces Using anti-Blackness theory as a framework, contributors discuss how White hegemony operates to undervalue and obstruct Black scholarship and faculty Covering such diverse topics as navigating the tenure process, building Black spaces for inclusion, and exploring the intersection of Blackness and disability in higher education, this book presents ways Black faculty can navigate and challenge systemic racism and racist toxicity within their institutions.

Contributors: Fred A Bonner II, NiCole T Buchanan, Sheron FraserBurgess, Beverly-Jean M. Daniel, Kristie Dotson, Antonio L. Ellis, Edward C Fletcher Jr , Alonzo M Flowers III, Donna Y Ford, H Bernard Hall, Erik M. Hines, Martinque K. Jones, Sosanya Jones, Nicole Johnson, Chad E Kee, aretha f marbley, James L Moore III, Robert T Palmer, Stella L. Smith, Isis H. Settles, Terrell L. Strayhorn, Katrina Struloeff, Blanca Elizabeth Vega, Larry J Walker, Brian L Wright

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Robert T. Palmer (WASHINGTON, DC) is a professor and chair in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at Howard University. He is the coeditor of Understanding the Work of Student Affairs Professionals at Minority Serving Institutions: Effective Practice, Policy, and Training

Alonzo M. Flowers III (SAN ANTONIO, TX) is an associate professor and chair in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at the University of Texas at San Antonio He is the coauthor of The African American Student's Guide to STEM Careers.

Sosanya Jones (WASHINGTON, DC) is an associate professor in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies at Howard University She is the coauthor of Performance Funding for Higher Education

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CAN SCHOOLSSAVE DEMOCRACY?

Civic Education and the Common Good MICHAEL

How can education protect and strengthen democracy?

In an era when democracy is at critical risk, is it reasonable to expect the education system already buckling under the ordeal of a global pandemic to solve the converging problems of inequality, climate change, and erosion of trust in government and science? Will more civics instruction help? In Can Schools Save Democracy? Michael J. Feuer offers a new approach to addressing these questions with a strategy for improving the process and substance of civic education.

Although schooling alone cannot save democracy, it must play a part. Feuer introduces a framework for educator preparation that emphasizes collective action, experiential learning, and partnerships between schools and their complex constituencies. His proposed reform aims to equip teachers with an appreciation of the paradoxes of pluralism in particular, the tensions between individual choice and social outcomes And he offers practical suggestions for how to bring those concepts to life so that students in and out of the classroom acquire the skills, knowledge, and dispositions for enlightened democratic leadership

Adopting a definition of public education that celebrates the engagement between schools and their environments, Feuer argues for reinforced partnerships within the education system and between educators and their diverse constituents He anticipates new collaborations between education faculty and their colleagues in the behavioral, social, and physical sciences and humanities; stronger links between schools and their complex outside environments; and improved mechanisms for global cooperation. Can Schools Save Democracy? includes lively examples of how theoretical principles can inform familiar problems and offers a hopeful path for progress toward a stronger democracy

NOVEMBER 2023

Political Science • Political Ideologies

184 Pages • 5½ x 8½ • s

9781421447773 • $24.95 • £20.50

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Michael J. Feuer (WASHINGTON, DC) has been dean of the Graduate School of Education and Human Development at George Washington University since 2010, following a 25-year career at the Congressional Office of Technology Assessment and the National Academy of Sciences He has held faculty positions at Drexel University and Georgetown, and is a past president of the National Academy of Education Feuer is the author of The Rising Price of Objectivity: Philanthropy, Government, and the Future of Education Research and Moderating the Debate: Rationality and the Promise of American Education.

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STEM EDUCATION IN UNDERSERVED SCHOOLS

Promoting Equity, Access, and Excellence

Offers a model for increasing equity in STEM education at the K–12 level in the United States.

In STEM Education in Underserved Schools, editor Julia V. Clark addresses an urgent national problem: the need to provide all students with a quality STEM education Clark brings together a prestigious group of scholars to uncover the factors that impede equity and access in STEM education teaching and learning and provides research-based strategies to address these inequities.

This contributed volume demonstrates that students of color and those from lower socioeconomic communities have less access to qualified science and mathematics teachers, less access to strong STEM curriculum, less access to resources, and fewer classroom opportunities than their peers at other schools Identifying best practices and challenges related to producing more equitable and inclusive routes to access STEM education and professions, contributors explain how to positively impact the trajectory of individuals from underrepresented groups in K–12 and pre-college programs and lay out a bold reenvisioning of STEM education

Essays aim to build knowledge and theory for how schools can promote coherent guidance for culturally responsive instruction by exploring the policies and practices of four nations Finland, Singapore, Korea, and Australia that have made noteworthy strides toward more equitable achievement in science and mathematics. Clark offers a powerful framework in STEM to capture the benefits of international collaborations that would embed American scientists and students in vibrant, globally collaborative networks. Through a deep analysis of successful programs elsewhere in the world and a uniquely international framework, Clark and these contributors present an innovative road map to equalize access to STEM education in the United States.

NOVEMBER 2023

Education • Schools

240 Pages • 6 x 9 • s • 19 b&w illus

9781421447209 • $39.95 • £33.00

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Dr Julia V. Clark is the retired Program Director in the Division of Research on Learning in Formal and Informal Settings in the Directorate for Education and Human Resources at the National Science Foundation.

VACCINE WARS

The

Two-Hundred-Year Fight for School Vaccinations

The first comprehensive history of efforts to vaccinate children from contagious disease in US schools.

As protests over vaccine mandates increase in the twenty-first century, many people have raised concerns about a growing opposition to school vaccination requirements What triggered anti-vaccine activism in the past, and why does it continue today? Americans have struggled with questions like this since the passage of the first school vaccination laws in 1827.

In Vaccine Wars, Kim Tolley lays out the first comprehensive history of the nearly 200-year struggle to protect schoolchildren from infectious diseases Drawing from extensive archival sources including state and federal reports, court records, congressional hearings, oral interviews, correspondence, journals, school textbooks, and newspapers Tolley analyzes resistance to vaccines in the context of evolving views about immunization among doctors, families, antivaccination groups, and school authorities The resulting story reveals the historic nature of the ongoing struggle to reach a national consensus about the importance of vaccination, from the smallpox era to the COVID-19 pandemic. This deeply researched and engaging book illustrates how the history of vaccination is deeply intertwined with the history of education As stopping the spread of communicable diseases in classrooms became key to protection, vaccination became mandatory at the time of admission to school, and the decision to vaccinate was no longer a private, personal decision without consequence to others

Tolley's focus on schools reveals longstanding challenges and tensions in implementing vaccination policies Vaccine Wars underscores recurring themes that have long roiled political debates over vaccination, including the proper reach of state power, the intersection of science, politics, and public policy, and the nature of individual liberty in a modern democracy

DECEMBER 2023

Education • Schools

400 Pages • 6 x 9 • s • 3 halftones, 14 line drawings

9781421447612 • $32.95 • £27.50

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Kim Tolley is a historian of education and professor emerita of Notre Dame de Namur University. She is the author of The Science Education of American Girls: A Historical Perspective and editor of Professors in the Gig Economy: Unionizing Adjunct Faculty in America.

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VOICESOF CAMPUSSEXUAL VIOLENCE ACTIVISTS

#MeToo and Beyond

ANA M. MARTÍNEZ-ALEMÁN AND SUSAN MARINE

The stories and strategies of student activists fighting against sexual violence in the #MeToo era.

The global #MeToo movement that began in 2017 sparked an explosion of activism to address systemic problems of discrimination, harassment, and sexual violence In Voices of Campus Sexual Violence Activists, Ana M. Martínez-Alemán and Susan B. Marine share the important stories of college student activists fighting sexual violence Based on research and interviews, this timely book provides a close examination of the promise and perils of activism on today's college campuses.

Martínez-Alemán and Marine map the terrain of student activists whose work to influence institutional, state, and federal policy represents a testament to the rich legacies of 1960s activism and signals a new wave of social media–centered work in the #MeToo era. These students share their strategies for addressing sexual violence on their campuses and organizing and rallying other students to their work. They describe their motivations, their experiences dealing with the police and campus administrations, and their goals as well as the effects of activism on their mental health and physical well-being. Gen Z students describe how they use collective mobilization and activism through social media in addition to long-established campus organizing techniques in the service of eradicating sexual violence on campus

Unlike other explorations of the #MeToo movement, this book highlights the experiences of prominent campus activists and their allies and the policy and practice implications of their movements for campus leaders, including senior student affairs administrators and faculty. Martínez-Alemán and Marine conclude with recommendations for institutional decision-making and practices that incorporate the experiences and opinions of student activists. Voices of Campus Sexual Violence Activists calls for a cultural reset in institutional cultures to end sexual violence on campuses

DECEMBER 2023

Social Science • Activism & Social Justice

192 Pages • 6 x 9 • s

9781421447704 • $34.95 • £29.00

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Ana M. Martínez Alemán, EdD (ARLINGTON, MA), is a professor and associate dean for faculty and academics at the Lynch School of Education and Human Development at Boston College. She is a coeditor of Critical Approaches to the Study of Higher Education: A Practical Introduction and a coauthor of Technology and Engagement: Making Technology Work for First Generation College Students

Susan B. Marine (PROVINCETOWN, MA) is a professor and vice provost of graduate and continuing education at Merrimack College. She is the author of Stonewall's Legacy: Bisexual, Gay, Lesbian, and Transgender Students in Higher Education and a coeditor of Collaborating for Change: Transforming Cultures to End GenderBased Violence in Higher Education and Critical Praxis in Student Affairs: Social Justice in Action

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SCHOLARLY AND PROFESSIONAL

IDREAD THE THOUGHT OF THE PLACE

The Battle of Antietam and the End of the Maryland Campaign

The definitive account of the Battle of Antietam, the bloodiest day of the Civil War.

The memory of the Battle of Antietam was so haunting that when, nine months later, Major Rufus Dawes learned another Antietam battle might be on the horizon, he wrote, "I hope not, I dread the thought of the place." In this definitive account, historian D. Scott Hartwig chronicles the single bloodiest day in American history, which resulted in 23,000 casualties.

The Battle of Antietam marked a vital turning point in the war: afterward, the conflict could no longer be understood as a limited war to preserve the Union, but was now clearly a conflict over slavery Though the battle was tactically inconclusive, Robert E. Lee withdrew first from the battlefield, thus handing President Lincoln the political ammunition necessary to issue the Emancipation Proclamation. This is the full story of Antietam, ranging from the opening shots of the battle to the powerful reverberations military, political, and social it sent through the armies and the nation.

Based on decades of research, this in-depth narrative sheds particular light on the visceral experience of battle, an often misunderstood aspect of the American Civil War, and the emotional aftermath for those who survived. Hartwig provides an hour-by-hour tactical history of the battle, beginning before dawn on September 17 and concluding with the immediate aftermath, including General McClellan's fateful decision not to pursue Lee's retreating forces back across the Potomac to Virginia With 21 unique maps illustrating the state of the battle at intervals ranging from 20 to 120 minutes, this long-awaited companion to Hartwig's To Antietam Creek will be essential reading for anyone interested in the Civil War.

AUGUST 2023

History • United States

976 Pages • 7 x 10 • s • 5 b&w photos, 21 maps

9781421446592 • $54.95 • £45.50

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D. Scott Hartwig was the supervisory park historian at the Gettysburg National Military Park for twenty years. He is the author of To Antietam Creek: The Maryland Campaign of September 1862.

CONSTITUTIONAL INQUISITORS

The Origins and Practice of Early Federal Prosecutors SCOTT INGRAM

The evolution of the federal prosecutor's role from a pragmatic necessity to a significant political figure.

In the United States, federal prosecutors enjoy a degree of power unmatched elsewhere in the world They are free to investigate and prosecute or decline to prosecute criminal cases without significant oversight. And yet, no statute grants them these powers; their role is not mentioned in the Constitution How did they obtain this power, and are they truly independent from the political process? In Constitutional Inquisitors, Scott Ingram answers these questions by tracing the origins and development of federal criminal law enforcement

In the first book to examine the development of the federal law enforcement apparatus in the earliest part of the early republic, Ingram explains how federal prosecutors' roles began as an afterthought but quickly evolved into powerful political positions He also addresses two long-held perceptions about early federal criminal prosecution: that prosecutors tried many more cases than historians thought and that the relationship between prosecution and executive power is much more complex and interwoven than commonly assumed

Drawing on materials at the National Archives as well as correspondence and trial reports, Ingram explores the first federal criminal case, the first use of presidential pardon power, the first federal prosecution of a female, and the first interstate criminal investigation He also discloses internal Administration discussions involving major criminal cases, including those arising from the Whiskey Insurrection, Neutrality Crisis, Alien and Sedition Acts, and Fries' Rebellion. As the United States grapples with political divisions and arguments over who should be prosecuted for what, Constitutional Inquisitors reveals that these problems began with the creation of the federal prosecutor role and have continued as the role gained power

SEPTEMBER 2023

History • United States

384 Pages • 6 x 9 • s

9781421446868 • $64.95 • £54.00

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Scott Ingram is an associate professor of Criminal Justice at High Point University in High Point, North Carolina. He served as a prosecutor in the Circuit Attorney's Office in St. Louis and as an Assistant United States Attorney in the Southern District of Indiana.

ENERGIZING NEOLIBERALISM

The 1970s Energy Crisis and the Making of Modern America

CALEB WELLUM ENERGY HUMANITIES

How the 1970s energy crisis facilitated a neoliberal shift in US political culture.

In Energizing Neoliberalism, Caleb Wellum offers a provocative account of how the 1970s energy crisis helped to re-create postwar America Rather than think of the crisis as the obvious outcome of the decade's "oil shocks," Wellum unpacks the cultural construction of a crisis of energy across different sectors of society, from presidents, policy experts, and environmentalists to filmmakers, economists, and oil futures traders He shows how the dominant meanings ascribed to the 1970s energy crisis helped to energize neoliberal visions of renewed abundance and power through free market values and approaches to energy

Deeply researched in federal archives, expert discourse, and popular culture, Energizing Neoliberalism demonstrates the central role that energy crisis narratives played in America's neoliberal turn Wellum traces the roots of the crisis to the consumption practices and cultural narratives spawned by the petrocultural politics of Cold War capitalism In a series of illuminating case studies including 1970s energy conservation debates, popular car films, and the creation of oil futures trading Wellum chronicles the consolidation of a neoliberal capitalist order in the United States through an energy politics marked by anxious futurity, petro-populist sentiment, and financialized energy markets He shows how experiences of energy shortages and fears of future energy crises unsettled American national identity and power yet also informed Reagan-era confidence in free markets and US global leadership.

In taking a cultural approach to the 1970s energy crisis, Wellum offers a challenging meditation on the status of "crisis" in modern history, contemporary life, and critical thought and how we rely on crises to make sense of the world.

OCTOBER 2023

History • United States

264 Pages • 6 x 9 • s • 6 halftones, 7 line drawings

9781421447186 • $59.95 • £50.00

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Caleb Wellum (HAMILTON, ON) is an assistant professor of US history at the University of Toronto, Mississauga.

TERMINUS

Westward Expansion, China, and the End of American Empire STUART ROLLO

A sweeping narrative of America's imperial history and its long entanglement with China.

In Terminus, Stuart Rollo examines the origins and trajectory of American empire in the Asia-Pacific region, focusing on its westward expansion and historic entanglement with China American foreign and strategic policy in this region, Rollo argues, has always been shaped by broader economic and political concerns centered on China. China's current rise, and the economic and strategic systems that China is developing, represents the most serious challenge to the structure of American empire to date.

Rollo paints a sweeping historical narrative of American imperial history and its relationship with China from 1776 to the present. Grounded in archival research, official and personal correspondences, policy documents, declassified intelligence material, and congressional records, Terminus traces the development of American empire building from the pre-independence period to the eve of World War I, arguing that this new empire was primarily driven by commercial interests in China Rollo explores shifts in global power, resource politics, and international economic structures that led the United States to transition from one of several imperial powers to the world's sole superpower by the last decade of the twentieth century. Finally, he examines the decline of American empire since its brief period of unipolarity in the 1990s, explaining the new pressures and challenges posed by the rise of China.

Rollo proposes three scenarios for how the United States might manage its inevitable imperial decline: a vain attempt to shore up and extend the empire, an exploitative hegemony, or a post-imperial foreign policy. This last option would work to repair the damaged fabric of American social and political life, providing a long-term, stable foundation for national security, prosperity, and the well-being of its citizens All empires eventually end, but with the benefit of hindsight, Rollo urges us to consider how to engineer a softer landing

OCTOBER 2023

History • United States

296 Pages • 6 x 9 • s • 1 b&w illus

9781421447384 • $55.95 • £46.50

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Stuart Rollo (SYDNEY, AUS) is a postdoctoral research fellow at the Centre for International Security Studies at the University of Sydney.

COMICSAND CONQUEST

Political Cartoons and a Radical Retelling of the Navajo-Hopi Land Dispute

The untold story of Navajo and Hopi resistance and solidarity in the face of forced removal by the US government, as documented by tribal editorial cartoons.

For generations, US politicians and energy companies attempted to gain access to the coal and uranium in the Four Corners region, where Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado, and Utah meet. However, the land on which they found billions of tons of high-grade, low-sulfur coal in 1909 was reserved for Navajo (Diné) and Hopi peoples and not accessible to extractive enterprise Despite Diné and Hopi protests, US officials gained access to the coal-rich land on Black Mesa in Arizona by purposely fabricating and fueling conflict between the Diné and the Hopi

In Comics and Conquest, historian Rhiannon Koehler documents the untold story of this conflict through an engaging analysis of historical Navajo and Hopi editorial cartoons Despite the false narrative that the conflict was driven by inter-tribal animosity and that the subsequent forced removals of thousands of Indigenous peoples were part of a plan to keep the peace, the cartoons that Koehler shares reveal a rich history of artistic activism and Hopi-Diné solidarity against this land grab The content and claims featured in political cartoons published in the tribal newspapers Qua'Toqti and the Navajo Times in the late 1960s and early 1970s were some of the most critical tools for both coping with the threats of industry and exposing the history of exploitation as it carries on into the present.

The conflict, popularly known as the Navajo-Hopi Land Dispute, was presented in mainstream media as an egregious threat to US interests. Acutely aware of their land's value and the minerals and other resources on it, Diné and Hopi political cartoonists used their medium to assert their protest and agency, identify the true instigators of the dispute, and expose and counter the myth that the conflict had intertribal origins Koehler shows how tribal activism and media ultimately resulted in international recognition of the harms perpetrated by the federal government on Diné and Hopi soil.

NOVEMBER 2023

History • Indigenous Peoples Of The Americas

240 Pages • 6 x 9 • s • 1 b&w photo, 40 b&w illus

9781421447421 • $59.95

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Rhiannon Koehler (CHICAGO, IL) is a historian and writer She has published in American Indian Quarterly, the American Indian Culture and Research Journal, and the Journal of Arizona History. She has worked in higher education and in creative direction and has taught at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago

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AMISH WOMEN AND THE GREAT DEPRESSION

STUDIES

A detailed look at how Amish women sustained family farming during the Great Depression.

At the end of the Great Depression, the US Bureau of Agricultural Economics (BAE) designated the Old Order Amish of Lancaster County, Pennsylvania, the most economically and culturally stable agricultural community in the nation. In Amish Women and the Great Depression, Katherine Jellison and Steven D Reschly examine the integral role that Amish women played in this Depression-era success story.

Making unprecedented use of quantitative data as well as qualitative accounts by and about Amish women, Jellison and Reschly reveal how Amish women sustained family farming during this devastating time Using information from the federal government's 1935-1936 Study of Consumer Purchases (SCP), they closely examine the quantitative data related to Old Order Amish families and their neighbors in Lancaster County SCP investigators approached women in these families to learn about household spending habits, farm crops and income, farm and household equipment, family size, home production, recreational practices, and dietary habits Jellison and Reschly analyze the production and consumption activities of Amish women and their families as well as comparative data about the practices of their neighbors

Amish Women and the Great Depression also incorporates a variety of qualitative sources to enliven the statistical analysis, including Old Order Amish women's diaries and memoirs; newspaper accounts by and about Amish women; government reports and related correspondence about the Lancaster County Amish; oral histories with elderly Old Order Amish people about their experiences in the 1930s; an oral history with Walter M. Kollmorgen, the author of the 1942 BAE study of Old Order Amish community stability; and photographs by New Deal photographers. This unique portrait of Depression-era farm life provides a historic look into the farming practices and daily lives of Amish women

NOVEMBER 2023

Religion • Christianity

192 Pages • 6 x 9 • s • 55 b&w photos, 1 map 9781421447971 • $49.95 • £41.50

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Katherine Jellison (ATHENS, OH) is a professor of history and director of the Central Region Humanities Center at Ohio University. She is the author of Entitled to Power: Farm Women and Technology, 1913-1963 and It's Our Day: America's Love Affair with the White Wedding, 1945-2005. Steven D Reschly (ST CHARLES, MO) is professor emeritus of history at Truman State University He is the author of The Amish on the Iowa Prairie, 1840-1910 and a coeditor of Strangers at Home: Amish and Mennonite Women in History.

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COURTEOUSCAPITALISM

Public Relations and the Monopoly Problem, 1900–1930

A provocative history of how corporate titans in the 1920s used a massive public relations campaign to transform public opinion on big business.

In the early twentieth century, as Americans erupted in righteous indignation over the flagrant abuses of big business, utility executives faced a crisis of existential proportions. With calls for strict regulation or outright government ownership of utilities, how could streetcar, electricity, and telephone executives thwart municipal ownership, rein in regulation, and secure huge profits?

In Courteous Capitalism, Daniel Robert reveals how utility executives answered this question by launching the largest nongovernmental public relations campaign the nation had ever seen. In one aspect of the campaign, managers compelled their clerks to exude "courtesy," "sunshine," and "patience" toward customers. Rather than bribe the few, executives would convert the many using this emotional labor and improved customer service At the same time, executives organized the widespread manipulation of the press, schools, and movies By planting articles in newspapers, inundating schools with supposedly educational books, remodeling customer service offices, peddling stock to customers, developing radio shows, and anonymously producing popular movies, utility executives succeeded in limiting public criticism and curtailing unwanted reform.

Rather than a top-down business history that focuses on politicians and company presidents or a bottom-up social history that ignores management, this book links emotional labor at the lowest level of corporations to political regulation at the highest levels of government. At once a labor history of clerks and a social history of consumers, Courteous Capitalism offers an intriguing new argument for why a major reform goal of Progressives faded and why Americans changed their minds regarding corporate monopolies.

NOVEMBER 2023

History • United States

352 Pages • 6 x 9 • s • 38 halftones, 5 line drawings

9781421447346 • $64.95 • £54.00

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Daniel Robert (EVANSTON, IL) is a historian of American history, business history, and the history of science and technology.

TECHNOLOGYIN SOUTHEAST ASIAN HISTORY SUZANNE MOON TECHNOLOGY

IN MOTION

Explores the role of technology in the larger political and economic fabric of Southeast Asia.

In Technology in Southeast Asian History, Suzanne Moon explores the profound entanglement of technology with Southeast Asian politics, social life, economics, and culture over its long history Moon offers a unique framework for understanding the place of technology in this region and its pivotal role in the emergence of the modern technological world.

Synthesizing scholarship from the fields of history, archaeology, and anthropology, Moon examines and links technological stories from prehistory to the mid-twentieth century She uses analytics in the history of technology such as circulation, coproduction, and assemblage to highlight the processes and evolving patterns of technological dynamism that characterize the region. Drawing on research focused on specific technologies, including temple construction, rice agriculture, weaving, and shipbuilding, Moon investigates the interconnectedness of these technologies within the larger political and economic fabric of Southeast Asian history

In contrast with portrayals of Southeast Asia as technologically deficient, Moon demonstrates the richness of this region's technological cultures. She rejects polarizing binaries such as traditional and modern or indigenous and foreign, instead underscoring Southeast Asia's role as a dynamic cocreator of the modern technological world Technology has contributed to the creation and disruption of social and political orders; shaped engagements across barriers of distance, culture, and language; and produced and reproduced diverse cultures in this region This narrative of technological change offers students, scholars, and readers critical new perspectives on both technological history and Southeast Asian history.

JULY 2023

Technology & Engineering • History

208 Pages • 6 x 9 • s • 36 b&w photos, 5 b&w illus

9781421446912 • $39.95 • £33.00

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Suzanne Moon is an associate professor of the history of science, technology, and medicine at the University of Oklahoma. She is the author of Technology and Ethical Idealism: A History of Development in the Netherlands East Indies.

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DEFENDING DEMOCRACYIN AN AGE OF SHARP POWER

Explores how authoritarian regimes are deploying "sharp power" to undermine democracies from within by weaponizing universities, institutions, media, technology, and entertainment industries.

The world's dictators are no longer content with shoring up control over their own populations they are now exploiting the openness of the free world to spread disinformation, sow discord, and suppress dissent In Defending Democracy in an Age of Sharp Power, editors William J. Dobson, Tarek Masoud, and Christopher Walker bring together leading analysts to explain how the world's authoritarians are attempting to erode the pillars of democratic societies and what we can do about it

Popular media, entertainment industries, universities, the tech world, and even critical political institutions are being manipulated by dictators who advance their regimes' interests by weakening democracies from within Autocrats' use of "sharp power" constitutes one of the gravest threats to liberal, representative government today The optimistic, early twenty-first-century narrative of how globalization, the spread of the internet, and the rise of social media would lead to liberalization everywhere is now giving way to the realization that these same forces provide inroads to those wishing to snuff out democracy at the source. And while autocrats can do much to wall their societies off from democratic and liberal influences, free societies have not yet fully grasped how they can resist the threat of sharp power while preserving their fundamental openness and freedom

Far from offering a counsel of despair, the international contributors in this collection identify the considerable resources that democracy provides for blunting sharp power's edge. With careful case studies of successful resistance efforts in such countries as Australia, the Czech Republic, and Taiwan, this book offers an urgent message for anyone concerned with the defense of democracy in the twenty-first century

JULY 2023

Political Science • Political Ideologies

232 Pages • 6 x 9 • s

9781421448046 • $34.95 • £29.00

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William J. Dobson is a coeditor of the Journal of Democracy and the author of The Dictator's Learning Curve: Inside the Global Battle for Democracy. He previously served as the Chief International Editor at NPR, the Washington Bureau Chief of Slate magazine, and Managing Editor of Foreign Policy

Tarek Masoud is the Ford Foundation Professor of Democracy and Governance at Harvard University's John F Kennedy School of Government and a coeditor of the Journal of Democracy.

Christopher Walker is Vice President for Studies and Analysis at the National Endowment for Democracy. He is a coeditor of Authoritarianism Goes Global: The Challenge to Democracy and Sharp Power: Rising Authoritarian Influence

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FROGSOF THE UNITED STATESAND CANADA

The most thorough, updated guide to frogs and toads in the United States and Canada available.

A stunning diversity of frog species can be found from coastal swamps to lofty mountain peaks, and from the Florida Keys to the Arctic Ocean They live in subtropical lowlands, grassland prairies, deserts, and alpine-tundra habitats. Some species have restricted habitat requirements, whereas others occur contiguously from the arid plains or humid southeastern forests to the high tundra.

In this new edition of Frogs of the United States and Canada, C. Kenneth Dodd Jr tours the reader through the marvelous world of North American frogs Covering 114 native and introduced species from all US states and Canadian provinces, this comprehensive reference on the biology, behavior, and conservation of the Order Anura includes detailed and updated information on

• past and present distribution

• life history and demography

• reproduction and diet

• landscape ecology and evolution

• diseases, parasites, and threats from toxic substances

• conservation and management

Hundreds of occurrence maps, line drawings, and new color photographs of frogs and their habitats enhance the text The most thorough treatment of the life histories, distribution, and status of North American frogs ever produced, Frogs of the United States and Canada has been the go-to reference for naturalists, scientists, and resource managers in their efforts to understand and conserve frogs, their habitats, and biodiversity for over a decade Based on a meticulously updated examination of more than 8,000 references current through 2021, this second edition ensures Dodd's master work will remain an unparalleled resource for years to come.

JUNE 2023

Science • Life Sciences

992 Pages • 8 x 10 • s • 410 color photos, 35 b&w illus , 110 maps

9781421444918 • $199.00 • £165.00

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C. Kenneth Dodd Jr. is a member of the International Union for the Conservation of Nature's Amphibian Specialist Group, a courtesy Associate Curator of Herpetology at the Florida Museum of Natural History, University of Florida, and a former president of The Herpetologists' League He is the author of The Amphibians of Great Smoky Mountains National Park and Amphibian Ecology and Conservation: A Handbook of Techniques

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WILDLIFE DISEASE AND HEALTH IN CONSERVATION

Provides wildlife professionals with cutting-edge scientific information on the most damaging and newly emerging wildlife diseases.

Wildlife diseases and their implications are at the forefront of many sectors of scientific endeavor, especially in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic. Nearly 60 percent of all human diseases and 75 percent of all emerging infectious diseases are zoonotic Edited by pioneering wildlife veterinarians David A. Jessup and Robin W. Radcliffe, Wildlife Disease and Health in Conservation explores the origins and impacts of as well as the responses to the most damaging and persistent diseases currently threatening wildlife conservation

Focusing mainly on newer, invasive, and controversial wildlife health challenges, this book also reexamines classic diseases that provide warnings and important lessons for wildlife professionals and policy makers Each chapter offers cutting-edge scientific information and extensive references to help readers plan for, respond to, and conduct research on these serious health challenges. This book:

• Reports crucial findings on newly emerging diseases and how to recognize and manage them

• Explores the health of critical but often neglected aquatic ecosystems, including both vertebrate and invertebrate examples

• Covers a vast diversity of wildlife health threats, from epizootic bighorn sheep pneumonia and African swine fever to sea star wasting disease, avian influenza, and rabbit hemorrhagic disease

• Explains zoonotic dangers to humans, including coronaviruses

• Includes information on marine and aquatic species, wild ungulate species, carnivores and omnivores, birds, and more

• Provides insight into the social, legal, financial, and political factors that may override or influence conservation priorities in response to biomedical challenges

Featuring detailed and attractive field notes–style illustrations by Laura Donohue and essential essays from experts in the field, Wildlife Disease and Health in Conservation combines theory and practice to inform and inspire wildlife health and conservation

AUGUST 2023

Science • Life Sciences

496 Pages • 7 x 10 • s • 71 color photos, 109 color illus , 3 b&w photos, 3 b&w illus

9781421446745 • $59.95 • £50.00

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Robin W. Radcliffe (BROOKTONDALE, NY) is a wildlife veterinarian He is the author of the children's book The Hornless Rhinoceros and founder of a learning program with Dr. Jane Goodall that trains the next generation of conservation leaders at Cornell University. David A Jessup (ROYAL OAKS, CA) is the former senior wildlife veterinarian of the California Department of Fish and Game and the former executive manager of the Wildlife Disease Association

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SCIENTIFIC COLLABORATION

Strategies for Successful Research Teams

A narrative guide to help scientists improve their collaboration techniques and build trusting relationships with their research teams.

The days of scientists conducting solitary inquiries in isolated labs are effectively over, with most researchers instead collaborating in crossfunctional teams In addition to mastering the technical skills necessary in their respective fields, scientists must now learn strategies for better communication and relationship building to succeed in reaching increasingly sophisticated and interdisciplinary research goals. In Scientific Collaboration, biosecurity researcher and animal disease ecologist Jeanne M Fair shares exciting and occasionally cringeworthy stories of scientists working together as an approachable way to introduce and explain the principles crucial to effective scientific collaboration

From the global community of scientists measuring sea ice decline to cooperative private-public sector investigations of harrowing virus outbreaks, the real-life experiences provide examples of and insights into how scientists rise to meet challenges together Fair highlights principles for fostering community, integrity, loyalty, communication, and compassion among teams Scientists can adopt and apply these principles to research collaborations to improve communication and trust among their team members, all while working toward the common goal of discovery

Covering multidisciplinary research teams that have led to transformational breakthroughs as well as stories of hurdles and tough lessons learned, Scientific Collaboration provides a foundation for increasing research productivity while bringing more fun and joy into the collaborative process. This book will appeal to any scientists and team leaders who need to function in this new scientific world, wherein the most important breakthroughs happen through cooperation, combined effort, and mutual trust

OCTOBER 2023

Science • Research & Methodology

192 Pages • 6 x 9 • s

9781421447445 • $59.95 • £50.00 • Hardcover

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Jeanne M. Fair (SANTA FE, NM) is a scientist at Los Alamos National Laboratory with a focus in ornithology, infectious disease ecology, and climate change.

FROM EMPIRE TO ANTHROPOCENE

The Novel in Posthistorical Times BETTY JOSEPH

How contemporary novels use narrative time to counter cultural homogenization and historical flattening.

In From Empire to Anthropocene, Betty Joseph celebrates how contemporary fiction contributes to a novel framing of world literature by playing with our understanding of time. Bringing together an unusual constellation of writers including Jamaica Kincaid, Teju Cole, Hari Kunzru, and Barbara Kingsolver Joseph traces how the novelistic interplay of concrete and abstract temporalities offers a new theory of critical globality

Joseph examines time in contemporary life through five conceptual metaphors that have captivated literary, critical, and cultural studies: specters, attachments, networks, markets, and assemblages. Joseph demonstrates how these terms are embedded with their own temporal structures and linguistic complexity. She develops a mode of reading that she calls "conceptual-metaphorical performances," which embody the writers' complex chronopolitical commitments and their refusal to concede to the political paralysis implied in the synchronous and flattened world-time of globality Time, rather than space, is the axis along which contemporary fiction challenges us to imagine forms of coexistence and social collectivity under the precarious conditions of global capitalism and environmental damage

From Empire to Anthropocene convincingly dispels the notion that socalled English-language "world literature" precludes the possibility of historical analysis and social collectivity Bringing postcolonialism and Marxist theory into conversation with critical global and ecological perspectives, this book paves the way for a new literary theorization of contemporary Anglophone literature and contributes a fresh perspective to the field of cultural studies.

SEPTEMBER 2023

Literary Criticism • Semiotics & Theory

248 Pages • 6 x 9 • s

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Betty Joseph (HOUSTON, TX) is a professor in the Department of English at Rice University She is the author of Reading the East India Company, 1720-1840: Colonial Currencies of Gender.
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THE SOUND OF WRITING

An interdisciplinary exploration of how writers have conveyed sound through text.

Edited by Christopher Cannon and Steven Justice, The Sound of Writing explores the devices and techniques that writers have used to represent sound and how they have changed over time Contributors consider how writing has channeled sounds as varied as the human voice and the buzzing of bees using not only alphabets but also the resources of the visual and musical arts.

Cannon and Justice have assembled a constellation of classicists, medievalists, modernists, literary historians, and musicologists to trace the sound of writing from the beginning of the Western record to poetry written in the last century. This rich series of essays considers the writings of Sappho, Simonides, Aldhem, Marcabru, Dante Alighieri, William Langland, Charles Butler, Tennyson, Gertrude Stein, and T. S. Eliot as well as poems and songs in Ancient Greek, Old and Middle English, Italian, Old French, Occitan, and modern English The book will interest anyone curious about the way sound has been preserved in the past and the kinds of ingenuity that can recover the process of that preservation.

Essays focus on questions of language and expression, and each contributor sets out a distinct method for understanding the relationship between sound and writing Cannon and Justice open the volume with a survey of the various ways sound has been understood as the object of our senses Each ensuing chapter presents a case study for a sonic phenomenology at a specific time in history With approaches from a wide variety of disciplines, The Sound of Writing analyzes writing systems and the aural dimensions of literary cultures to reconstruct historical soundscapes in vivid ways.

NOVEMBER 2023

Language Arts & Disciplines • Linguistics

288 Pages • 6 x 9 • s • 10 halftones, 5 line drawings

9781421447254 • $54.95 • £45.50

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Christopher Cannon is a Bloomberg Distinguished Professor of English and Classics at Johns Hopkins University. He is the author of From Literacy to Literature: England, 1300-1400 and a coeditor of The Oxford Chaucer.

Steven Justice is professor emeritus of English at the University of California, Berkeley

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IN THE LAND OF MARVELS

Science, Fabricated Realities, and Industrial Espionage in the Age of the Grand Tour PAOLA BERTUCCI INFORMATION CULTURES

How a journey through Italy casts light on secrets, stereotypes, and the manipulation of information in eighteenth-century science.

In 1749, the celebrated French physicist Jean-Antoine Nollet set out on a journey through Italy to solve an international controversy over the medical uses of electricity. At the end of his nine-month tour, he published a highly influential account of his philosophical battle with his Italian counterparts, discrediting them as misguided devotees of the marvelous Paola Bertucci's In the Land of Marvels brilliantly reveals the mysteries of Nollet's journey, uncovering a subterranean world of secretive and far more ambitious intelligence gathering masked as scientific inquiry

The advent of electricity was a pivotal phenomenon not only in the history of physical experimentation, but also in the cultivation of popular scientific interest Nollet's journey was supposedly inspired by the need to investigate, and subsequently report on, claims of the use of electrified "medicated tubes" by their Italian inventor Gianfrancesco Pivati Motivated by economic interests in the silk industry, Nollet's journey was in fact an undercover mission commissioned by the French state to discover the secrets of Italian silk manufacture and possibly supplant its international success The event that sparked the medical controversy the unusual cure of a bishop was a complete fabrication

Bertucci insightfully contrasts published accounts of the event with private documents and discusses how eighteenth-century scientists published fictional events and results to bolster their careers, ultimately leading to long-lasting misrepresentations of scientific practice and enduring stereotypes. In the Land of Marvels reveals the constellation of historical actors, from reputed physicists to travel writers and electrical amateurs, who manipulated information to gain authority and prestige

OCTOBER 2023

Science • History

184 Pages • 6 x 9 • s • 24 halftones

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SUKUN New and Selected Poems

KAZIM ALI WESLEYAN POETRY SERIES

New and selected poems from celebrated poet Kazim Ali

Kazim Ali is a poet, novelist, and essayist whose work explores themes of identity, migration, and the intersections of cultural and spiritual traditions His poetry is known for its lyrical and expressive language, as well as its exploration of themes such as love, loss, and the search for meaning in a rapidly changing world. "Sukun" means serenity or calm, and a sukun is also a form of punctuation in Arabic orthography that denotes a pause over a consonant This Sukun draws a generous selection from Kazim's six previous full-length collections, and includes 35 new poems It allows us to trace Ali's passions and concerns, and take the measure of his art: the close attention to the spiritual and the visceral, and the deep language play that is both musical and plain spoken.

Endorsements

"A comprehensive and stunningly beautiful collection of poems that explore the self in the world often through some form of remove, such as travel or being in a new place. The poems offer to lift us out of the mundane and into a sacred space or heightened brightness " Judy Halebsky, author of Spring and a Thousand Years (Unabridged)

"Exquisitely paced, Sukun is testament to Kazim Ali's distinctive accomplishment as our wandering, ever-questing poet. As one word, one sound, gives birth to another, so these poems trace the path from son to a finally accepting family, from body to spirit, from earth to cosmos." Gillian Conoley, author of Notes from the Passenger

"A compilation from the heart and hand of an intense lyricist explores questions of queer love, spirituality, and the idea of home. Celebratory and poignant, vulnerable and wise, Ali works to honor a transnational lineage while also redrawing a genderless line of pilgrim prophet seekers." Soham Patel, author of all one in the end /water

SEPTEMBER 2023

Poetry • LGBTQ+

336 Pages • 6 x 9 • QTD

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KAZIM ALI (San Diego, CA) was born in the United Kingdom and has lived transnationally in the United States, Canada, India, France, and the Middle East. His books encompass multiple genres, including poetry, essay, fiction, and crossgenre work. He is currently a professor at the University of California, San Diego.

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THE RUINSOF NOSTALGIA

DONNA STONECIPHER

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New work from one of the most compelling and transformative writers of the contemporary prose poem

What is it to feel nostalgia, to be skeptical of it yet cleave intently to the complex truths of feeling and thought? In a series of 64 gorgeous, ramifying, unsettling prose poems addressing late-twentieth- and twenty-first century experience and its discontents, The Ruins of Nostalgia offers a strikingly original exploration of the misunderstood phenomenon of nostalgia as both feeling-state and historical phenomenon. Each poem, also titled The Ruins of Nostalgia, is a kind of lyrical mini-essay, playful, passionate, analytic Some poems take a location, memory, conceit, or object as their theme. Throughout the series, the poems recognize and celebrate the nostalgias they ironize, which are in turn celebrated and then ironized again. Written often in the fictional persona of the first-person plural, The Ruins of Nostalgia explores the rich territory where individual response meets a collective phenomenon.

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"This deeply intelligent book is a work of emotional and intellectual archeology revealing the changes wrought on two cities by the not-soinvisible hand of the market. Reading it, we see a bit of what Benjamin's Angel of History must see as he is blown backwards into the future."

"'The ruins of nostalgia': a spur, a goad, a refrain, an environment, a mode of critique and homage. Stonecipher offers here both a hauntology and a melancholy celebration. This is also a sly and funny book, a brilliant new chapter in her distinctive, resonant lyrico-critical project Stonecipher is the most compelling and transformative writer of the contemporary prose poem in English. Anecdote, vignette, ekphrasis, earworm, micro-essay, satire, incantation, griefwork: all here. This book cements Stonecipher's singular status as a poetic archaeologist and chronicler of our modernity " Maureen N McLane, author

OCTOBER 2023

Poetry • Subjects & Themes

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DONNA STONECIPHER (Berlin, Germany) is a poet and translator with an MFA from the Iowa Writers' Workshop. She is the author of six books of poetry including The Reservoir, The Cosmopolitan, Model City, and Transaction Histories, which the New York Times named a top ten collection of 2018.

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FIERCE ELEGY

PETER GIZZI

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Peter Gizzi's powerful new collection reminds us that the elegy is lament but also—as it has been for centuries—a work of love

Peter Gizzi has said that "the elegy is a mode that can transform a broken heart in a fierce world into a fierce heart in a broken world " For Gizzi, ferocity can be reimagined as vulnerability, bravery and discovery, a braiding of emotional and otherworldly depth, "a holding open " In Gizzi's voice joy and sorrow make a complex ecosystem In their quest for a lyric reality, these poems remind us that elegy is lament but also as it has been for centuries a work of love. "This new poetry," Kamau Brathwaite has written about Gizzi, "taking such care of temperature—the time & details of the world meaning the space(s) in which we live—defining love in this way. Writing along the edge. A way of writing about hope."

Endorsements

"Having read Peter Gizzi's work through the immense and singular wingspan his books make, I am still awestruck and dumbfounded as to how these poems are made. This book believes in language. It also offers it the utmost reverence: by lowering it to human height, where the living are. What a masterwork of deft maneuvering within the dynamo Gizzi has made of the lyric." Ocean Vuong, author of Time is a Mother

“These poems are elegies. Or these poems are about being torn apart and floating free. They come from an old place where grief overlaps with beauty Gizzi is a poet of disembodied brightness Reading Gizzi is almost like having a near death experience, you know those accounts from people who have nearly died and who say they left their bodies, looked down on them from above, and everything was fine, better than fine. Gizzi’s writing invokes and produces something like that, a near religious ecstasy, but one with no God in sight. It’s as if he has learned to give up control and still find perfect balance riding whatever carries his voice. If anyone tells you the lyric is dead, give them Peter Gizzi.” Rae Armantrout, author of Finalists

AUGUST 2023

Poetry • Subjects & Themes

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PETER GIZZI lives and works in Western Massachusetts

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MAHOGANY

erica lewis

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mahogany is about the passing of time and unimaginable loss, strength, humor, and love

mahogany takes its name from the dark wood prized for its durability, workability, and elegant look, and from the Diana Ross movie, whose theme song asks if what lies ahead is what you really want This book is the third in a trilogy, and like the first two books it is steeped in pop music Each poem here takes its title from a line of a Diana Ross and The Supremes song, as well as songs from Diana Ross' solo career Short lines flow down the page like postmodern psalms, connecting dailyness to timelessness, merging the historical and the beloved through reverence for family, music, and the life we actually live. mahogany is a lament for the passing of time and unimaginable loss, and at the same time it models the daily search for joy, and the deep shine that can arise from the darkest times

Endorsements

"To read mahogany is to st/roll with a new friendThe poems are as much tirade as they are tender telling, as much lyric blitz as spoken invitations to a way of surviving " Divya Victor, author of Curb

"erica lewis melds the raw emotions of love, loss, death, anxiety, and joy into a solid tribute to black endurance, her daily life and the heart of her history. Her dynamic phrasing riffs on her experiences like a praise song." Lyn Ford, storyteller, poet, writer/Ohio Arts Council and the National Association of Black Storytellers

"In the tight-lined poems of mahogany, the repetitiveness of longing cycles into the brave insights of despair After all, 'what is grief' one poem notes, 'if not preserving/love.' Like the Diana Ross's songs through which the poet refracts her own story, intense grief and love turn these poems 'inside out' until, sometimes, 'all that's left is joy' " Camille T. Dungy, author of Trophic Cascade

SEPTEMBER 2023

Poetry • Subjects & Themes

128 Pages • 6 x 9 • QTD

9780819500762 • $28.00 • Hardcover

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erica lewis (San Francisco, CA) was born in Cincinnati, Ohio Her books include the precipice of jupiter (2009, with artist Mark Stephen Finein), camera obscura (2010, with artist Mark Stephen Finein), murmur in the inventory (2013); and the first two books of the box set trilogy: daryl hall is my boyfriend (2015) and mary wants to be a superwoman (2017)

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SELECTED POEMSOF CALVIN

C. HERNTON

CALVIN C. HERNTON, EDITED BY DAVID GRUNDY & LAURI SCHEYER, FOREWORD BY ISHMAEL REED

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The definitive guide to a major African American poet

This volume promises to be the definitive guide to Calvin C Hernton's unparalleled poetic career, re-introducing readers to a major voice in American poetry Hernton was a cofounder of the Umbra Poets Workshop; a participant in the Black Arts Movement, R D Laing's Kingsley Hall, and the Antiuniversity of London; and a teacher at Oberlin College who counted amongst his friends bell hooks, Toni Morrison, and Odetta As a pioneer in the field of Black Studies, Hernton developed a theoretical and practical pedagogy with lasting impact on generations of students He may be best known as an antisexist sociologist, following in the footsteps of W E B Du Bois, but Hernton viewed himself, above all, as a poet. This volume includes a generous selection of Hernton's previously published poems, from classics like the often anthologized "The Distant Drum" to the visionary epic The Coming of Chronos to the House of Nightsong, reprinted in full for the first time since 1964, alongside uncollected and unpublished material from the Calvin C Hernton papers at Ohio University, a new critical introduction, and detailed notes, chronology, and bibliography.

Endorsements

"Selected Poems of Calvin C. Hernton restores this important activist and writer to his rightful place in American literary history, covering in detail a prolific career that framed and helped ignite the cultural explosion that was the Black Arts Movement." Tyrone Williams, David Gray Chair, SUNY Buffalo

"In this collection, the full range of Calvin Hernton's voice soars, from smoky Umbra into registers sacred and profane, raging and comic, righteous and tender. A revelation." Tsitsi Jaji, author of Mother Tongues

"Reading Hernton's selected poems is like stepping into a time machine to witness the rise of the Black Arts Movement first hand. David Grundy and Lauri Scheyer have done American poetry and poetics a tremendous service by recovering one of the Black Arts Movement's founding voice." Herman Beavers, Julie Beren Platt and Marc E Platt President's Distinguished Professor of English and Africana Studies, University of Pennsylvania

AUGUST 2023

Poetry • American

256 Pages • 6 x 9 • QSR • 10 b&w halftones

9780819500359 • $95.00 • Hardcover

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CALVIN COOLIDGE HERNTON (1932 2001) was an American sociologist, poet, and author, particularly renowned for his 1965 study Sex and Racism in America and for co-founding the Society of Umbra ISHMAEL REED (Oakland, CA) is an American poet, novelist, essayist, songwriter, composer, playwright, editor, and publisher.

DAVID GRUNDY (London, England) is the author of A Black Arts Poetry Machine: Amiri Baraka and the Umbra Poets. LAURI SCHEYER (Glencoe, IL) is Xiaoxiang Scholars Program Distinguished Professor and founding Director of the British and American Poetry Research Center at Hunan Normal University (China)

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QUEER ARRANGEMENTS

Billy Strayhorn and Midcentury Jazz Collaboration

LISA BARG

MUSIC / CULTURE

Queer Arrangements is a new study of Billy Strayhorn that examines his music and career at the intersection of jazz and Black queer history

The legacy of Black queer composer, arranger and pianist Billy Strayhorn (1915–1967) hovers at the edge of canonical jazz narratives

Queer Arrangements explores the ways in which Strayhorn's identity as an openly gay Black jazz musician shaped his career, including the creative roles he could assume and the dynamics between himself and his collaborators, most famously Duke Ellington, but also iconic singers such as Lena Horne and Ella Fitzgerald This new portrait of Strayhorn combines critical, historically-situated close readings of selected recordings, scores and performances with biography and cultural theory to pursue alternative interpretive jazz possibilities, Black queer historical routes and sounds By looking at jazz history through the instrument(s) of Strayhorn's queer arrangements, this book sheds new light on his music and on jazz collaboration at midcentury.

Endorsements

"This is a groundbreaking contribution to jazz studies. Lisa Barg brilliantly unpacks how queerness plays out in the music of Billy Strayhorn, one of jazz's most talented composer-arrangers " Walter van de Leur, author of Something to Live For: The Music of Billy Strayhorn

"This book challenges the manner in which historical frameworks have been constructed and have promoted a personal and creative hierarchy in jazz's historiography. Most importantly it continues the much-needed work of detangling Billy Strayhorn's musical legacy from that of the Ellington organization by making the invisible aspects of his life visible, and the silent facets of his music heard." Tammy L. Kernodle, author of Soul on Soul: The Life and Music of Mary Lou Williams

"This remarkable, wide-ranging, musical, and intellectually stimulating book offers fascinating new insights on a composer-arranger whom his more famous collaborator Duke Ellington described as 'seldom seen, but always heard.' Lisa Barg's evocative, deeply researched study, invites us to see Billy Strayhorn and the musical worlds in which he collaborated more clearly than ever " Jeffrey Magee, author of The Uncrowned King of Swing: Fletcher Henderson and Big Band

OCTOBER 2023

Music • Ethnomusicology

288 Pages • 6 x 9 • QSR • 22 b&w photos, 15 figures

9780819500632 • $95.00 • Hardcover

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LISA BARG (Montreal, QC) is Associate Professor of Music History and Musicology at the Schulich School of Music at McGill University and Associate Dean of Graduate Studies. She is currently serving as Co-editor-In-Chief of Women and Music: A Journal of Gender and Culture.

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THE LAND ISSUNG

Zulu Performances and the Politics of Place

THOMAS M. POOLEY MUSIC /

Ethnography on the politics of land and belonging in post apartheid Zulu performances

What does it mean to belong? In The Land is Sung, musicologist Thomas Pooley shows how performances of song, dance, and praise poetry connect Zulu communities to their ancestral homes and genealogies

For those without land tenure in the province of KwaZulu-Nata, performances articulate a sense of place. Migrants express their allegiances through performance and spiritual relationships to land are embodied in rituals that invoke ancestral connection while advancing well-being through intergenerational communication

Engaging with justice and environmental ethics, education and indigenous knowledge systems, musical and linguistic analysis, and the ethics of recording practice, Pooley's analysis draws on genres of music and dance recorded in the midlands and borderlands of South Africa, and in Johannesburg's inner city. His detailed sound writing captures the visceral experiences of performances in everyday life. The book is richly illustrated and there is a companion website featuring both video and audio examples.

Endorsement

“The Land Is Sung is a significant addition to a long tradition of critical writing about South African performance after apartheid. Focusing on one of the most marginalized regions of South Africa, Pooley adroitly complicates the concept of “Zulu” music as a homogeneous body of sounds. Music, he argues, is inextricably intertwined with the heady debates about governance, justice, ethics, community, land ownership, and genealogy that have defined the north-eastern edges of the province of Kwazulu-Natal for centuries and that continue to both divide and unite its inhabitants.” Veit Erlmann, author of Lion’s share Remaking South African Copyright

OCTOBER 2023

Music • Ethnomusicology

288 Pages • 6 x 9 • QSR • 17 b&w photos, 6 maps, 4 figures

9780819500571 • $95.00 • Hardcover

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THOMAS POOLEY (Empangeni, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa) is an associate professor of musicology and chair of the department of art and music at the University of South Africa. He is the editor-in-chief of Muziki: Journal of Music Research in Africa.

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THE LIFE OF MUSIC IN SOUTH INDIA

T. SANKARAN, EDITED BY MATTHEW HARP ALLEN AND DANIEL M. NEUMAN MUSIC / CULTURE

An insider's eight-decade overview of South India's 20th century classical music culture

This book offers an account of Carnatic music culture drawing on the knowledge of T Sankaran, a musician raised in an illustrious nonBrahmin devadasi family, and his long affiliation with cultural institutions including All India Radio (AIR) and the Tamil Isai Sangam (Tamil Music Academy) Sankaran examines the cultural and social matrix in which Carnatic music was cultivated and consumed in midtwentieth century India, including the ways that musicians negotiated caste politics and the double standard for male and female musicians The memoir provides insight into the way AIR worked as a modern, bureaucratic institution, and how the opening of government music colleges interacted with caste politics and the shifted womens' participation in public performance. The book is polyvocal, as Sankaran's writing is interwoven with passages from Daniel Neuman's book The Life of Music in North India, which inspired Sankaran's project, as well as transcripts from interviews with Sankaran by Matthew Allen Includes rare archival photos.

Endorsements

“Sankaran’s perceptions and pointed observations are priceless, a rare insider’s perspectives on the culture of Karnatak music.” Professor Emerita Bonnie C. Wade, University of California, Berkeley

“Simultaneously a compendium, a historical text, and a modern scholarly commentary, The Life of Music in South India complicates received histories and foregrounds issues such as caste and the social and political lives of musical production in South India. It is a must read for anyone interested in the anthropology and social history of modern Karnatak music ” Hari Krishnan, author of Celluloid Classicism: Early Tamil Cinema and the Making of Modern Bharatanatyam

OCTOBER 2023

Music • Ethnomusicology

244 Pages • 6 x 9 • QSR • 14 b&w photos, 6 tables

9780819500731 • $85.00 • Hardcover

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T. SANKARAN [1906 2000] was a scholar and vocalist, and an officer at All India Radio and served as secretary of the Tami Isai Sangam (Tamil Music Academy. He wrote extensively for Sruti Magazine of Indian Music and Dance, The Indian Express, The Hindu, and other Madras and national newspapers. MATTHEW HARP ALLEN (Mansfield, MA) is professor of music, emeritus at Wheaton College and co-author with T. Viswanathan of Music in South India: The Karnatak Concert Tradition and Beyond DANIEL NEUMAN (Los Angeles, CA) is emeritus professor of ethnomusicology at the University of California, Los Angeles and author of numerous books, including The Life of Music in North India.

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ALLEGORICAL MOMENTS

Call to the Everyday LYN HEJINIAN

Considers allegory as a catalyst of transformative thinking

Allegorical Moments is a set of essays dedicated to rethinking allegory and arguing for its significance as a creative and critical response to sociopolitical, environmental, and existential turmoil affecting the contemporary world Traditionally, allegorical interpretation was intended to express an orthodoxy and support an ideology. Hejinian attempts to liberate allegory from its dogmatic usages Presenting modern and contemporary materials ranging from the novel to poetry to painting and cinema to activist poetry of the Occupy movement, each essay in the book "begins again" with different materials and from different perspectives Hejinian's generative scholarship looks back to experimental modernism and forward into a future for a vital, wayward poetry resistant to the crushing global effects of neoliberalism

NOVEMBER 2023

Endorsements

“A captivating and daunting work of criticism and theory in aesthetic activism The writing, and the thinking behind it is, beautiful, coruscating, and ethically compelling. This book will raise your IQ about life, and not just about literature. A breathtaking achievement ” James I Porter, Stone Professor in Literature at the University of California, Berkeley

“Hejinian delights in the obduracy of existence—Oppen's 'mineral fact.' Without abridging this otherness, she reveals it as the dialectical complement of her own and her authors' acts of interpretive intelligence.”

Marjorie Levinson, author of Thinking through Poetry: Field Reports on Romantic Lyric

Literary Collections • Essays

320 Pages • 6 x 9 • QSR • 10 b&w photos

9780819580849 • $95.00 • Hardcover

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LYN HEJINIAN (Berkeley, CA) is a feminist avantgarde poet and scholar She is the author of numerous books including the bestselling My Life and My Life in the Nineties. A native Californian, for many years she was a professor in the English department at the University of California, Berkeley and continues her scholarly and creative work nearby

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DANCE HISTORY(S)

Imagination as a Form of Study

A multivoiced dance history book, authored by twelve diverse choreographers

In an effort to deepen our understanding of what dance is and how it has functioned throughout human history, this prismatic book project is dedicated to an artist-centric perception of dance history Diverse dance artists from the American dance field contribute personal views of how dance has unfolded over time, answering the question: "Who is in your imaginary dance family tree, FROM the beginning of time to YOU/now?"

Twelve illustrated booklets, each written by a working choreographer, address the subject of dance history from nonacademic, subjective, poetic perspectives. The books model a way of enlarging and complicating how we view dance history by giving the authorial microphone to artists, to learn how their embodied perceptions relate to or diverge from the dominant dance canon.

With contributions by mayfield brooks, Thomas F. DeFrantz, Maura Nguyen Donohue, Keith Hennessy, Bebe Miller, Okwui Okpokwasili, Eiko Otake, Annie-B Parson, Javier Stell-Fresquez, Ogemdi Ude, Mariana Valencia, and Andros Zins-Browne.

Published by Big Dance Theater, Dancing Foxes Press, and Wesleyan University Press with support of the Howard Gilman Foundation and Virginia and Timothy Millhiser.

OCTOBER 2023

Performing Arts • Dance

320 Pages • 5½ x 7¾ • QTD • 210 b&w halftones

9780819500908 • $50.00 • Trade Paperback

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ANNIE-B PARSON is a choreographer and artistic director of Big Dance Theater Parson has also made choreography for rock shows, marching bands, symphonies, movies, museums, objects, augmented reality, and people: David Byrne, David Bowie, St. Vincent, Mikhail Baryshnikov, Wendy Whelan, Laurie Anderson, Nico Muhly, Jonathan Demme, and the Martha Graham Dance Co. THOMAS F. DEFRANTZ is professor at Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, and director of SLIPPAGE: Performance, Culture, Technology, a research group that explores emerging technology in live performance applications DeFrantz received the Outstanding Research in Dance award from the Dance Studies Association in 2017.

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THE ORIGINAL 1939

NOTEBOOK OF A RETURN TO THE NATIVE LAND

Bilingual Edition AIMÉ CÉSAIRE, EDITED BY A. JAMES ARNOLD AND CLAYTON ESHLEMAN WESLEYAN POETRY SERIES

The first bilingual edition of this radically original work

Aimé Césaire's masterpiece, Notebook of a Return to the Native Land, is a work of immense cultural significance and beauty This long poem was the beginning of Césaire's quest for négritude, and it became an anthem of Blacks around the world. Commentary on Césaire's work has often focused on its Cold War and anticolonialist rhetoric material that Césaire only added in 1956 The original 1939 version of the poem, given here in French, and in its first English translation, reveals a work that is both spiritual and cultural in structure, tone, and thrust This Wesleyan edition includes the original illustrations by Wifredo Lam, and an introduction, notes, and chronology by A. James Arnold.

Endorsement

"As the translators assert, the purpose of this new translation is not 'to reveal what the poem ultimately means but rather how it was meant to be read in 1939 ' And unlike other translators who sought to capture the essence of the revolutionary spirit of the text, Arnold and Eshleman remain faithful to the rhythmic and incantatory power of the original text A rare gift in translated poetry, this authentic rendering of the text makes the poem's mesmerizing effect accessible to those without French. Highly recommended (for) all readers."

MARCH 2023 * NEW IN PAPERBACK

Poetry

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AIMÉ CÉSAIRE (1913 2008) was best known as the co-creator of the concept of négritude.

CLAYTON ESHLEMAN (1935 2021) was the foremost American translator of Aimé Césaire. He is the author of The Grindstone of Rapport / A Clayton Eshleman Reader and translator of The Complete Poetry of César Vallejo. A. JAMES

ARNOLD (Staunton VA) is an emeritus professor of French at the University of Virginia. He is the author of Modernism and Negritude: The Poetry and Poetics of Aimé Césaire

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BE BRAVE TO THINGS

The Uncollected Poetry and Plays of Jack Spicer JACK SPICER, EDITED BY

Indispensable volume of previously unavailable poetry by an American master

Be Brave to Things shows legendary San Francisco Renaissance poet Jack Spicer at the top of his form, with his blistering intelligence, painful double-edged wit, and devastating will to truth everywhere on display. Much of the poetry here has never before been published, but the volume also includes much out-of-print or hard to find work, as well as Spicer's three major plays, which have never been collected Here one finds major unfinished projects, early and alternate versions of well-known Spicer poems, shimmering stand-alone lyrics, and intricate extended "books" and serial poems This new cache of Spicer material will be indispensable for any student of 20th century American poetry, proffering a trove of primary material for Spicer's growing readership to savor and enjoy

Endorsements

"This superb collection, along with its incisive introduction, offers previously uncollected and/or unpublished work by a poet whose time has come. Queer, out and proud in the 1950s; erudite and populist; fiercely local but grand in visionary ambition Jack Spicer speaks anew through this eloquent volume." Maria Damon, author of Postliterary America: From Bagel Shop Jazz to Micropoetries

"Have you read a poet and suddenly feel the shoulders you stand on? Jack Spicer does this to many of us, and now there are more poems! Oh, more treasure! Magic is not a metaphor, and 'Time does not finish a poem.' Jack says, 'Like a herd of reindeer / No one knows your heart " CAConrad

"Be Brave to Things is a welcome addition to Jack Spicer's noncanonical canon, edited with scrupulous attention to a poem's provenance and publishing history. Daniel Katz's introduction is one of the best summaries of Spicer's poetics we have." Michael Davidson, author of Invalid Modernism: Disability and the Missing Body of the Aesthetic

OCTOBER 2023 * NEW IN PAPERBACK

Poetry • Lgbtq

400 Pages • 6 x 8 • QTD

9780819500960 • $26.95 • Trade Paperback

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JACK SPICER (1925 1965) was an American poet often identified with the San Francisco Renaissance. In 2009, My Vocabulary Did This to Me: The Collected Poetry of Jack Spicer won the American Book Award for poetry DANIEL KATZ is professor of English at the University of Warwick. His latest book is The Poetry of Jack Spicer and he is the Founding Editor of the book series Bloomsbury Studies in Critical Poetics. He lives in Leamington Spa, England.

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ANIMAL MUSICALITIES

Birds, Beasts, and Evolutionary Listening RACHEL MUNDY MUSIC / CULTURE

How conflicts between science and the humanities have shaped our understanding of the line between art and animal behavior

Over the past century and a half, the voices and bodies of animals have been used by scientists and music experts as a benchmark for measures of natural difference. Animal Musicalities traces music's taxonomies from Darwin to digital bird guides to show how animal song has become the starting point for enduring evaluations of species, races, and cultures By examining the influential efforts made by a small group of men and women to define human diversity in relation to animal voices, this book raises profound questions about the creation of modern human identity, and the foundations of modern humanism. Includes a new preface from the author.

Endorsement

"How deep are the connections between birdsong and human music? And why should we care? This fascinating and challenging book charts changing answers to these questions from the time of Darwin and Spencer to the present as it makes a compelling case for the study of culture in a more-than-human world " Gregory Radick, author of The Simian Tongue: The Long Debate about Animal Language

"This imaginative book brings together musicology, science and technology studies, and animal studies in exciting ways that will be of interest to scholars in a variety disciplines " Jane Desmond, author of Displaying Death and Animating Life

OCTOBER 2023 * NEW IN PAPERBACK Music • Ethnomusicology

264 Pages • 6 x 9 • QTD

9780819500861 • $24.95 • Trade Paperback

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RACHEL MUNDY is an assistant professor of music in the arts, culture, and media program at Rutgers University in Newark. She specializes in twentieth-century sonic culture with interests at the juncture of music, the history of science, and animal studies. Mundy's current work relocates contemporary posthumanism and critical philosophy as the refrain of a century-long encounter with changing boundaries between species, race, and culture.

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LIQUID DESSERT

Cocktail Confections from Around the World BRYAN PAIEMENT

You're probably tired of asking the same old question, "What should we make for dessert?" The answer is simple—cocktails! In Liquid Dessert, professional bartender and mixologist Bryan Paiement invites you join him on a trip around the world to discover cocktails inspired by the best desserts on the planet

Liquid Dessert is not your average cocktail or dessert book but a glorious combination of the two. Traditional desserts, though delicious, can be heavy and overwhelming after a big meal Or you may be wavering on whether or not to have another beverage or dessert now it doesn't have to be one or the other!

From cocktails-inspired favorites like Bananas Foster or Cannoli, whether you're a fan of rich, decadent chocolate or you have more of a citrusy-tart palette, the simple-to-follow recipes in Liquid Dessert have you covered, no matter your craving.

OCTOBER 2023

Cooking • Beverages

152 Pages • 5 x 8 • HC • 22 color photos

9781684352111 • $24.00 • Hardcover

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Bryan Paiement lives in Fort Collins with his wife, Dana, their son, Bodie, and daughter, Lily. Bryan is the author of two previous books, Sports Bar: Cocktails and Sports Trivia and The Little Book of Whiskey Cocktails. He teaches cocktail classes and is a bartender at The Cache restaurant at Ginger and Baker

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THE ALLERGY-FRIENDLY COOKBOOK

Simple Recipes for the Whole Family ELIZABETH PECORARO

No one should feel left out when it comes to healthy eating, regardless of food allergies.

In The Allergy-Friendly Cookbook, registered dietitian Elizabeth Pecoraro teaches families with allergies to cook simple, healthy, delicious meals that are completely free of the top nine allergens: peanuts, tree nuts, egg, milk, wheat, soy, fish, shellfish, and sesame. Pecoraro, whose own children live with food allergies, offers 60 allergy-friendly recipes that won't take you hours to prepare and that your whole family will enjoy With each recipe, she also provides substitution options, nutrition notes, and cooking tips. In addition, she shares which allergy-friendly manufacturers she trusts for her own family

The Allergy-Friendly Cookbook is a must-have resource for families who live with food allergies and want to feed their children healthy, safe meals.

AUGUST 2023

Cooking • Health & Healing

160 Pages • 8 x 10 • HC • 40 color illus.

9781684352081 • $30.00 • Hardcover

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Along with being a mom of two children with multiple food allergies, Elizabeth Pecoraro is a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist. She currently owns a private practice, Eating Healthy 4 Life, LLC, in Mt. Kisco, New York, where she sees patients (adults and children) with and without food allergies Pecoraro received her bachelor's degree in business from Binghamton University and her master's degree in nutrition and physiology from Columbia University

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THE FACULTYLOUNGE

A Cocktail Guide for Academics

PHILIPP STELZEL

Offering cocktails for every academic occasion along with spirited, amusing commentary, The Faculty Lounge is the perfect gift for graduate students, tenure-track professors, and disillusioned administrators.

Sample Recipe

The Dissertation Committee

2 oz dark rum

1 oz tart cherry juice

1 oz fresh orange juice

1 oz fresh lemon juice

Splash of simple syrup

1–2 dashes of orange bitters

Orange twist

Combine rum, tart cherry juice, orange juice, lemon juice, simple syrup, and orange bitters in a mixing glass with ice.

Stir and serve up with an orange twist

Apart from rum, this cocktail contains five ingredients, but you’ll only ever be able to get ahold of four of them at the same time.

SEPTEMBER 2023

Cooking • Beverages

118 Pages • 5 x 7 • UTD • 35 line drawings

9780253067050 • $19.99 • Hardcover

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Philipp Stelzel is author of History after Hitler: A Transatlantic Enterprise and Associate Professor of History at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh.

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MISSOURI Where the Rivers Run

ROBERT E. HULSEY

Known for its scenic rivers, reowned state parks and beautiful vistas, Missouri offers enjoyment for anyone seeking a variety landscapes, natural wonders, charming small towns, and cosmopolitan urban Known for its scenic rivers, renowned state parks and beautiful vistas, Missouri offers enjoyment for anyone seeking a variety of landscapes, natural wonders, charming small towns, and cosmopolitan urban adventures.

In Missouri: Where the Rivers Run, follow photographer Robert E Hulsey on a visual journey across the Show-Me State as he travels from the rolling plains in the northern part of the state to the Ozark Mountains in the south, showcasing the natural heritage along the way Through these 175 stunning photographs, visit the lush hiking trails at Graham Cave State Park, experience a float trip down the Black River, witness a celebration in Mark Twain's hometown, and get the perfect view of the Cathedral Basilica's painted ceiling. Through the lens of his camera, Robert captures the many wonders of the state and the people who call it home.

A beautiful coffee-table book, Missouri: Where the Rivers Run will inspire travelers to explore the splendor and the history of this picturesque Midwest state.

SEPTEMBER 2023

Travel • United States

212 Pages • 10 x 10 • UTD • 175 color photos

9780253067241 • $40.00 • Hardcover

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Robert E. Hulsey is a photographer with 45 years of experience. He currently lives in Raytown, Missouri.

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A BRIEF HISTORYOF HISTORY

JEREMY BLACK

In A Brief History of History, acclaimed historian Jeremy Black seeks to reinvigorate and redefine our ideas about history The stories we tell about the past are a crucial aspect of all cultures. However, while the traditional storytelling process what we think of as "history" in the proper sense—is useful, it is also misleading, not least because it leads to the repetition of bias and misinformation.

Black suggests that the conventional idea of history and historians is constructed too narrowly, as it fails to engage with the broad nature of lived experience. By focusing on a singular idea or story within the history being explored, we fail to understand the interconnectivity of the everyday experience.

A Brief History of History challenges accepted norms of the historical perspective and offers a view of human history that will surprise many and (perhaps) infuriate some. But above all, it is a history of historians written for this moment in time, a time when the traditional Eurocentric approach to history now appears wholly inappropriate.

SEPTEMBER 2023

History • Historiography

328 Pages • 5½ x 8½ • HC

9780253066091 • $24.00 • Hardcover

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Jeremy Black is the author of numerous books, including A Subject for Taste: Culture in EighteenthCentury England; George III: America's Last King; England in the Age of Shakespeare; and Charting the Past: The Historical Worlds of Eighteenth-Century England. He is Emeritus Professor of History at the University of Exeter and a Senior Fellow both of Policy Exchange and of the Foreign Policy Research Institute. Black is a recipient of the Samuel Eliot Morison Prize from the Society for Military History. Follow Black on his website.

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AFTER THE ROUNDUP

Escape and Survival in Hitler's France

JOSEPH WEISMANN, TRANSLATED BY RICHARD KUTNER

On the nights of July 16 and 17, 1942, French police rounded up 11year-old Joseph Weismann, his family, and 13,000 other Jews They were held for five days at the Vélodrome d'Hiver stadium, before being sent by cattle car to the Beaune-la-Rolande transit camp. But where would they be transported to? Separated from his parents, who were deported to Auschwitz and certain death, Joseph remained with 1,000 other separated children, as they waited to discover their fates.

But instead of waiting, Joseph and his new friend, Joe Kogan, chose to risk everything in a daring escape attempt. After eluding the guards and crawling under razor-sharp barbed wire, Joseph found freedom But how would he survive the rest of the war in Nazi-occupied France and build a life for himself? His nightmare had just begun.

After the Roundup is a story of hope, friendship, and courage in the face repression, hatred, and fear. This graphic novel, originally published in French, is based on Weismann's memoir of the same name.

SEPTEMBER 2023

Biography & Autobiography • Memoirs

130 Pages • 7 x 10 • UTD • 128 color illus.

9780253066480 • $16.00 • Trade Paperback

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Joseph Weismann is a survivor of the 1942 Vél' d'Hiv Roundup in Paris Until he was 80, Weismann kept his story to himself, giving only the slightest hints of it to his wife and three children Simone Veil, lawyer, politician, president of the European Parliament, and member of the Constitutional Council of France, urged him to tell his story It would inspire the French film La Rafle Now 91 years old, he lives in Le Mans. Richard Kutner is an independent literary translator. His translations include Fear of Paradise by Vincent Engel and Cast Away on the Letter A by Fred, for which he was awarded a Hemingway Translation Grant

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THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD

The Age of Limits, 1917–1933

ALBERT J. CHURELLA RAILROADS PAST AND PRESENT

By 1933, the Pennsylvania Railroad had been in existence for nearly ninety years During this time, it had grown from a small line, struggling to build west from the state capital in Harrisburg, to the dominant transportation company in the United States In Volume 2 of The Pennsylvania Railroad, Albert J. Churella continues his history of this giant of American transportation.

At the beginning of the twentieth century, the Pennsylvania Railroad was the world's largest business corporation and the nation's most important railroad By 1917, the Pennsylvania Railroad, like the nation itself, was confronting a very different world The war that had consumed Europe since 1914 was about to engulf the United States. Amid unprecedented demand for transportation, the federal government undertook the management of the railroads, while new labor policies and new regulatory initiatives, coupled with a postwar recession, would challenge the company like never before. Only time would tell whether the years that followed would signal a new beginning for the Pennsylvania Railroad or the beginning of the end.

The Pennsylvania Railroad: The Age of Limits, 1917–1933, represents an unparalleled look at the history, the personalities, and the technologies of this iconic American company in a period that marked the shift from building an empire to exploring the limits of their power

NOVEMBER 2023

Transportation • Railroads

1048 Pages • 8½ x 11 • HC • 154 b&w photos

9780253066350 • $80.00 • Hardcover

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Albert J. Churella is the author of From Steam to Diesel: Managerial Customs and Organizational Capabilities in the Twentieth-Century American Locomotive Industry and The Pennsylvania Railroad, Volume I: Building an Empire, 1846–1917. He is Professor of History in the History and Philosophy Department at Kennesaw State University. Dr. Churella is also the president of the Lexington Group, an organization dedicated to transportation history and practice.

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SUNSET CLUSTER A Shortline Railroad Saga

H. ROGER GRANT

RAILROADS PAST AND PRESENT

Discover the Sunset Cluster—railroads that were doomed to fail?

The first two decades of the 20th century were the twilight of the Railroad Age. Major routes had long been established, and local service became the focus of new construction. Beginning in 1907, a cluster of five shortline railroads were established in otherwise unconnected parts of Iowa They, however, would short lived

The five Iowa 'sunset cluster' railroads might appear to deserve eternal obscurity, being at best minor footnotes to American railroad history. After all, their total mileage barely exceeded 100 miles Their average life span, moreover, covered about five years, and the Des Moines & Red Oak Railway (DM&RO) never turned a wheel. Yet, these Iowa shortlines had an immediate positive impact to their service area, but disappointingly they became victims of modal competition and the Good Roads Movement.

Using contemporary newspapers, government reports, and other littleknown sources, renowned railway historian H. Roger Grant offers a fascinating look at these shortline railroads. Sunset Cluster explores the almost desperate desire by communities to benefit from steel rails before the regional railroad map finally imploded and the challenges faced by latter-day shortline builders.

JULY 2023

Transportation • Railroads

240 Pages • 6 x 9 • HC • 40 b&w illus.

9780253066718 • $28.00 • Hardcover

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H Roger Grant is author of numerous books on railroads and transportation, including Railroads and the American People and A Mighty Fine Road. He is Kathryn and Calhoun Lemon Professor of History at Clemson University.

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ELECTRIC INDIANA

The Rise and Fall of the World's Greatest Interurban Railway Center, 1893–1941

CARLOS ARNALDO SCHWANTES

RAILROADS PAST AND PRESENT

In the early twentieth century, an epic battle was waged across America between the interurban railway and the automobile, two technologies that arose at roughly the same time in the late 1890s. Nowhere was this conflict more evident than in the Midwest, and specifically Indiana, where cities of industry such as Indianapolis, Gary, and Terre Haute were growing faster every day. By 1904, Indianapolis had opened the Traction Terminal, which was widely acclaimed to be the largest and most impressive interurban station in the world Yet, today there is only 90-mile remnant of this one great system still operating within Indiana

Featuring over 90 illustrations and featuring contemporary accounts and newspaper articles from the period, Electric Indiana is a biographical study of the rise and fall of a onetime important transportation technology that achieved its most impressive development within the Hoosier state.

AUGUST 2023

History • United States

340 Pages • 7¼ x 10 • HC • 95 b&w illus.

9780253067128 • $40.00 • Hardcover

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Carlos Arnaldo Schwantes is author or editor of twenty books, as well as co-author (with Peter Hansen and Don Hofsommer) of Crossroads of a Continent: Missouri Railroads, 1851–-1921 He grew up in Greenfield and Indianapolis, Indiana, and now lives in Missouri. He is Saint Louis Mercantile Library Professor of History Emeritus at the University of Missouri – St. Louis, where he taught undergraduate and graduate history for exactly fifty years

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GOOD NIGHT, INDIANA UNIVERSITY

Good Night, Indiana University takes a whimsical journey through IU's Bloomington campus as the sun is slowly setting The perfect bedtime book for IU alums and their little ones, Good Night, Indiana University whispers good night and sweet dreams to beloved campus landmarks such as Sample Gates, Dunn's Woods, and Memorial Stadium For Hoosiers of all ages, Good Night, Indiana University is sure to become a cherished family favorite.

So "Good night cream and crimson, under the light of a crescent moon Good Night Indiana University, in my dreams I'll see you soon "

SEPTEMBER 2023

Juvenile Nonfiction • Bedtime & Dreams

32 Pages • 11 x 8½ • HC • 20 color illus.

9780253067029 • $14.99 • Hardcover

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After studying video production, Joey Lax Salinas expanded into photography and travels across Indiana and throughout the United States to capture landscapes and cityscapes Joey has also worked as a collegiate licensed photographer of Indiana University campus photos. He is a 2003 Indiana University graduate with a B A in Telecommunications.

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THE EMPIRE OF ILLUSION

AMINATA SOW FALL AND MEG FURNISS WEISBERG GLOBAL AFRICAN VOICES

In Senegal, three modest families share a courtyard This common space is a small paradise where they meet to cook, dine, talk, evoke memories, and grow together. At one Sunday family gathering, the usual post-meal conversation turns tense when Sada's adolescent son, Dieìry, asks why his father was so friendly with a government official at a televised ribbon-cutting the day before. The conversation quickly devolves into one about respect and duty

In Empire of Illusion, legendary Senegalese novelist Aminata Sow Fall, explores the powerful themes of family, respect, and ethics What respect does a son owe his father and vice versa? How does a family maintain a balance of debate and respect? How does a person maintain self-respect when forced to swim in ethically muddy waters? Aminata Sow Fall, the matriarch of Senegalese social-realist fiction delivers yet another trenchant examination of her society, and of the universal challenge of finding, keeping, and giving respect to oneself and others.

AUGUST 2023

Fiction • Literary

94 Pages • 5½ x 8½ • TP

9780253066992 • $20.00 • Trade Paperback

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Aminata Sow Fall is a Senegalese novelist whose work has received international acclaim (Grand Prix littéraire de l'Afrique noire, Prix International Alioune Diop, and Grand Prix de la Francophonie de l'Académie française), most notably for Le Revenant, La Grève des bàttu, L'Appel des arènes, Ex-père de la nation: roman, Douceurs du bercail, and Le jujubier du patriarche.

Meg Weisberg is a creative writer, visual artist, and scholar of comparative literature, focusing on Africa and on Africa's cultural relationships with the rest of the world.

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A GUIDE TO SKYMONSTERS

Thunderbirds, the Jersey Devil, Mothman, and Other Flying Cryptids

T.S. MART AND MEL CABRE

When a dark shadow passes overhead, do you stop? Or do you run?

Infamous sky monsters have haunted our imaginations for centuries The Thunderbird, steeped in Native American folklore, supposedly controls evil by throwing lightning The Jersey Devil is said to roam the Pine Barrens of South Jersey, terrorizing anyone who crosses its path And the cryptic warnings of Mothman have worried residents of Point Pleasant, West Virginia, since the 1960s In A Guide to Sky Monsters: Thunderbirds, the Jersey Devil, Mothman, and Other Flying Cryptids, authors T. S. Mart and Mel Cabre introduce 20 flying cryptids with legends that span the United States With 70 hand-drawn illustrations, A Guide to Sky Monsters details our fascination with these creatures and describes both historical evidence found in the fossil record and the specifics of modern-day sightings. By studying the fact, fiction, and pop culture surrounding these notorious beasts, Mart and Cabre help us lean into the question, "What if?"

A Guide to Sky Monsters, perfect for the believer and skeptic alike, addresses the wider truths about flying cryptids and leaves us all to wonder whether that breeze was the wind or a wing.

JUNE 2023

Body, Mind & Spirit • Unexplained Phenomena 214 Pages • 0¼ x 0½ • UTD • 76 b&w illus.

9781684352173 • $20.00 • Trade Paperback

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T. S. Mart specializes in writing true-to-life stories, showcasing ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances. Her short story "Delivering Hope" won first place in a national competition and appeared in a bestselling anthology With a background in social work, she makes her home in a small Midwestern town, writing to inspire and entertain After graduating high school in 2014, Mel Cabre fine-tuned her passion for designing creatures, cryptids, and monsters by closely studying the world around her and teaching herself the basics of animal and human anatomy. Constantly being inspired by the uniqueness found in nature keeps Mel's imagination alive. She is newly married to a man who rolls with all of her wacky thought processes and loves cats as much as she does The motherdaughter team co-own and maintain Cryptid

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A FLAME CALLED INDIANA

An Anthology of Contemporary Hoosier Writing DOUG PAUL CASE

As Kurt Vonnegut, Indiana's most famous writer, once remarked, "Wherever you go, there is always a Hoosier doing something important there."

A Flame Called Indiana features 65 writers of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry who have all had the pleasure of being Hoosiers at one time or another. Curated by the Indiana University Bloomington creative writing department, this diverse anthology features everything from the immigrant experience to the Indianapolis 500 to science fiction Altogether, the work stands testament to the vibrancy and creativity of this Midwest state.

An excellent gift for your favorite reader and an important resource for creative writers, A Flame Called Indiana serves as both a chronicle of where Indiana's writing is today and a beacon to those who'll take it where it's going next.

Contributions by Kaveh Akbar, Dason Anderson, Noah Baldino, Bryce Berkowitz, Joe Betz, Callista Buchen, Steve Castro, Su Cho, C.L. Clark, Tia Clark, Nandi Comer, Paul Cunningham, Mitchell L.H. Douglas, M.A. Dubbs, Laura Dzubay, Kelsey Parker Ervick, Shreya Fadia, Samantha Fain, Scott Fenton, Ashley C. Ford, Megan Giddings, Maggie Graber, Silas Hansen, Rajpreet Heir, Joe Heithaus, B.J. Hollars, Allison Joseph, Yalie Kamara, Christopher Kempf, Patrick Kindig, Karen Kovacik, Kien Lam, Jacqueline Jones LaMon, Kiese Laymon, Rebecca Lehmann, John Leo, Keith Leonard, Brian Leung, Anni Liu, Nancy Chen Long, Alessandra Lynch, Michael Martone, Orlando Ricardo Menes, Kyle Minor, Michael Mlekoday, Katie Moulton, Xavier Navarro Aquino, Susan S. Neville, Danni Quintos, Sam Ross, Scott Russell Sanders, Jasmine Sawers, Bruce Snider, Lana Spendl, Maura Stanton, Pablo Piñero Stillmann, Jacob Sunderlin, Gin Faith Thomas, Chuck Wagner, Shari Wagner, Alexander Weinstein, Marcus Wicker, Tessa Yang and Brandon Young

AUGUST 2023

Literary Collections • American 300 Pages • 5¾ x 9¼ • TP

9780253066800 • $20.00 • Trade Paperback

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Doug Paul Case is author of the book of poems Americanitis and four chapbooks, including Contemporary Aesthetics. He is Academic Specialist of English and Assistant Director of Creative Writing at Indiana University and lives in Bloomington.

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SEXUAL BEHAVIOR IN THE HUMAN MALE

Anniversary Edition

ALFRED

C. KINSEY, WARDELL B. POMEROY, CLYDE

E. MARTIN AND JUDITH A. ALLEN

When first published in 1948, Sexual Behavior in the Human Male encountered a storm of condemnation and acclaim. By unshackling sex research from flawed founding constraints, Kinsey revolutionized it.

In this 75th anniversary edition, featuring a new foreword from Judith A Allen, Sexual Behavior in the Human Male revisits the work of Alfred C. Kinsey and his fellow researchers as they sought to accumulate an objective body of facts regarding sex Originally an entomologist, Kinsey applied his fieldwork taxonomy methods to human sexuality With 5,300 research subjects, his undertaking was the largest sex research project of its time, transforming the field. With scientific exactness, Kinsey describes the methodology, sampling, coding, interviewing, and statistical analyses, and then examines factors and sources of sexual outlet.

Told through men's experiences of sexuality and reproduction, Sexual Behavior in the Human Male: Anniversary Edition is a remarkable rumination on American society and science in the early 20th century

AUGUST 2023

Psychology • Human Sexuality

828 Pages • 6¼ x 9¼ • UAT

9780253067463 • $48.00 • Trade Paperback

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Dr. Alfred Charles Kinsey was an American biologist, professor of entomology and zoology, and sexologist. Known as the father of the sexual revolution, Kinsey has influenced social and cultural values in the United States and around the world.

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TENEMENT NATION

Working-Class Cosmopolitanism in Edinburgh CHRISTA BALLARD TOOLEY FRAMING THE GLOBAL

Around the world, blue-collar politics have become associated with resistance to the multicultural. While this may also be true in Edinburgh, Scotland, a closer look reveals the growth of liberal democratic ideals in the working-class population, which has a much different goal: How can this European city keep the entrepreneurial forces of globalization from commodifying what is distinctly theirs?

In Tenement Nation, Christa Ballard Tooley explores the battle for a neighborhood called the Canongate in Edinburgh's Old Town Tooley's insightful study of the working-class Canongate community as they negotiate gentrification plans offers a complex view of class and nation The threat of the Canongate's redevelopment motivated many throughout Edinburgh to lend their support to the residents' campaign. Against such development projects, alliances formed between upper-class heritage supporters and working-class urban residents, all of whom turned to institutions such as the European Union and UNESCO for support in restricting commercial development

Tenement Nation explores these negotiations between socioeconomic classes and even nationalities to show what Tooley calls a "workingclass cosmopolitanism" in pursuit of social, economic, and political inclusion

AUGUST 2023

History • Europe

276 Pages • 6 x 9 • LB • 16 b&w illus.

9780253065995 • $75.00 • Hardcover

9780253066008 • $32.00 • Trade Paperback

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Christa Ballard Tooley is Professor in the Department of Sociology and Associate Director of the Transformational Innovation Hub at Belmont University

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FOLK ART

Continuity, Creativity, and the Brazilian Quotidian HENRY GLASSIE AND PRAVINA SHUKLA

Listen to the artists of the Brazilian Northeast. Their work, they say, comes of continuity and creativity Continuity runs along lines of learning toward social coherence. Creativity brings challenges and deep personal satisfaction.

What they say and do in Brazil aligns with ethnographic evidence from New Mexico and North Carolina; from Ireland, Portugal, and Italy; from Nigeria, Turkey, India, and Bangladesh; from China and Japan

This book is about that, about folk art as a sign of human unity.

AUGUST 2023

Art • Folk & Outsider Art

612 Pages • 7 x 9½ • USR • 549 color photos, 1 map

9780253067210 • $40.00 • Hardcover

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HENRY GLASSIE, College Professor Emeritus at Indiana University, received the Haskins Prize of the American Council of Learned Societies for a distinguished career of humanistic scholarship. Three of his books Passing the Time in Ballymenone, The Spirit of Folk Art, and Turkish Traditional Art Today were named among the notable books of the year by the New York Times The film by Pat Collins, Henry Glassie: Field Work, was named the best Irish documentary of the year in 2020

PRAVINA SHUKLA, Provost Professor and currently Chair of the Department of Folklore and Ethnomusicology at Indiana University, has won six teaching awards including the President's Award for Distinguished Teaching. She is the author of The Grace of Four Moons: Dress, Adornment, and the Art of the Body in Modern

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RUTH BLAU A Life of Paradox and Purpose

MOTTI INBARI PERSPECTIVES ON ISRAEL STUDIES

Ruth Blau: A Life of Paradox and Purpose explores the life of a curious, if not mysterious, character in modern Jewish history Born a French Catholic, Ruth Blau (Ben-David) (1920–2000) lived a constantly twisting life. During World War II, Blau was active in the French Resistance, and under their command, she joined the Gestapo as a double agent After the war, she studied philosophy as a PhD candidate at the Sorbonne during the 1950s

After converting to Judaism and moving to Israel in 1960, Blau was involved in concealing Yossele Schumacher, a seven-year-old child, as part of a militant conflict between ultra-Orthodox and secular Jews in Israel In 1965, despite a huge scandal, she married Amram Blau, head of the anti-Zionist ultra-Orthodox Neturei Karta After the death of her husband in 1973, Blau took upon herself to travel to Arab countries to help the Jewish communities in distress in Lebanon and Iran, where she met Yasser Arafat, head of the Palestinian Liberation Organization, and his deputy Abu Jihad. But the most significant connections she made were in Iran. In 1979, she met with the leader of the Iranian revolution, Ayatollah Khomeini

Ruth Blau: A Life of Paradox and Purpose represents the first full-length biography of this remarkable woman. Drawing on a trove of archival materials and interviews with those who knew Ruth, Motti Inbari offers a complex, multifaceted portrait of a woman undertaking a remarkable and influential journey through modern European and Middle Eastern history.

JULY 2023

Biography & Autobiography • Historical

278 Pages • 6 x 9 • LB • 9 b&w photos

9780253065957 • $80.00 • Hardcover

9780253065964 • $40.00 • Trade Paperback

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Motti Inbari is Professor of Jewish Studies at the University of North Carolina at Pembroke. Inbari is author/editor of nine books, including The Making of Modern Jewish Identity: Ideological Change and Religious Conversion and Jewish Radical Ultra-Orthodoxy Confronts Modernity, Zionism and Women's Equality His manuscript on Ruth Blau won several pre-publication awards.

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JACQUELINE KAHANOFF

A Levantine Woman

DAVID OHANA

PERSPECTIVES ON ISRAEL STUDIES

Jacqueline Kahanoff: A Levantine Woman is the first intellectual biography of this remarkable Egyptian-Jewish intellectual, whose work has secured her place in literary pantheon as a herald of Levantine, Mediterranean, and transnational culture. Growing up Jewish in cosmopolitan Egypt in the 1920s and 1930s, Jacqueline Kahanoff experienced a bustling Middle East enriched by diverse languages, religions, and peoples who nonetheless were deeply connected to each other through history, business, daily practices, and shared landscape.

At the age of twenty-four, Kahanoff immigrated to the United States. Her stories, essays, and short autobiographical novel attest to her penchant to cross boundaries, generations, social classes, sexes, and Western and Eastern constructs. After immigrating to Israel in the early 1950s, she critically addressed the country's "provinciality" and "ethnic nationalism" as seen through her conception of a transnational Levantine culture. Through many writings, Kahanoff set forth her distinctive vision of Israel as a Mediterranean country with a broad, multicultural Levantine identity

Drawing on an extensive array of sources, ranging from interviews with Jacqueline Kahanoff's acquaintances and contemporaries to unpublished writings, David Ohana explores her fascinating life and intellectual journey from Cairo to Tel Aviv The encompassing vision of a Levantine Israel made Kahanoff the initiator of a different cultural possibility, more extensive than that offered in her time, and also, perhaps, than is offered today

NOVEMBER 2023

Biography & Autobiography • Jewish

382 Pages • 5¾ x 9¼ • LB • 18 b&w photos

9780253066879 • $85.00 • Hardcover

9780253066886 • $42.00 • Trade Paperback

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David Ohana is Professor of Modern European History at the Ben-Gurion Institute for the Study of Israel and Zionism at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel His books include Nietzsche and Jewish Political Theology, The Intellectual Origins of Modernit, and The Nihilist Order: The Intellectual Roots of Totalitarianism

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PORTRAITSOF EMPIRES

Habsburg Albums from the German House in Ottoman Constantinople

ROBYN DORA RADWAY

OTTOMANICA: VOICES, SOURCES, PERSPECTIVES

In the late 16th century, hundreds of travelers made their way to the Habsburg ambassador's residence, known as the German House, in Constantinople. In this centrally located inn, subjects of the emperor found food, wine, shelter, and good company—and left an incredible collection of albums filled with images, messages, decorated papers, and more.

Portraits of Empires offers a complete account of this early form of social media, which had a profound impact on later European iconography Revealing a vibrant transimperial culture as viewed from all walks of life—Muslim and Christian, noble and servant, scholar and stable boy the pocket-sized albums containing these curiosities have never been fully connected to the abundant archival records on the German House and its residents. Robyn Dora Radway not only introduces these objects, the people who filled their pages, and the house at the center of their creation, but she also presents several arguments regarding chronologies of exchange, workshop practices, the curation of social networks and visual collections based on status, and the purposes of these highly individualized material portraits

Featuring 162 fascinating color images, Portraits of Empires reconstructs the world of Habsburg subjects living in Ottoman Constantinople, using a rich and distinctive set of objects to raise questions about imperial belonging and the artistic practices used to articulate it.

OCTOBER 2023

History • Middle East

288 Pages • 8½ x 10¾ • LB • 162 color illus.

9780253066916 • $60.00 • Hardcover

9780253066923 • $25.00 • Trade Paperback

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Robyn Dora Radway is Assistant Professor of History at Central European University. She has published in Early Modern Low Countries; Austrian History Yearbook; Journal of Early Modern History; and Archivum Ottomanicum.

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HOME AFTER FASCISM

Italian and German Jews after the Holocaust ANNA KOCH

THE MODERN JEWISH EXPERIENCE

Home after Fascism draws on a rich array of memoirs, interviews, correspondence, and archival research to tell the stories of Italian and German Jews who returned to their home countries after the Holocaust The book reveals Jews' complex and often changing feelings toward their former homes and highlights the ways in which three distinct national contexts East German, West German, and Italian shaped their answers to the question, is this home?

Returning Italian and German Jews renegotiated their place in national communities that had targeted them for persecution and extermination. While most Italian Jews remained deeply attached to their home country, German Jews struggled to feel at home in the "country of murderers " Yet, some retained a sense of belonging through German culture and language or felt attached to a specific region or city. Still others looked to the future; socialist and communists of Jewish origin hoped to build a better Germany in the Soviet Occupied Zone. In all three postwar states, surviving Jews fought against persistent antisemitism, faced the challenge of recovering lost homes and possessions, struggled to make sense of their persecution, and tried to find ways to reclaim a sense of belonging.

Wide ranging and moving, Home after Fascism enriches our understanding of Jews' homecoming experiences after 1945. It reveals the deep affection and persistent love people feel for their homes, the suffering that comes with losing them, and the challenges of a return.

NOVEMBER 2023

History • Modern

310 Pages • 6 x 9 • LB • 1 color illus, 4 b&w illus.

9780253066954 • $90.00 • Hardcover

9780253066961 • $48.00 • Trade Paperback

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THE BELARUSIAN SHTETL

History and Memory

SAVINA AND MIRON MORDUKHVICH

JEWS OF EASTERN EUROPE

For centuries Jewish shtetls were an active part of Belarusian life; today, they are gone. The Belarusian Shtetl is a landmark volume which offers, for the first time in English, an illuminating look at the shtetls' histories, the lives lived and lost in them, and the memories, records, and physical traces of these communities that remain today.

Since 2012, under the auspices of the Sefer Center for University

Teaching of Jewish Civilization, teams of scholars and students from many different disciplines have returned to the sites of former Jewish shtetls in Belarus to reconstruct their past These researchers have interviewed a wide range of both Jews and non-Jews to find and document traces of Shtetl history, to gain insights into community memories, and to discover surviving markers of identity and ethnic affiliation. In the process, they have also unearthed evidence from old cemeteries and prewar houses and the stories behind memorials erected for Holocaust victims

Drawing on the wealth of information these researchers have gathered, The Belarusian Shtetl creates compelling and richly textured portraits of the histories and everyday lives of each shtetl. Important for scholars and accessible to the public, these portraits set out to return the Jewish shtetls to their rightful places of prominence in the histories and legacies of Belarus.

OCTOBER 2023

History • Modern

312 Pages • 6 x 9 • ULB • 39 b&w illus., 4 maps

9780253067302 • $90.00 • Hardcover

9780253067319 • $45.00 • Trade Paperback

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Irina Kopchenova is Educational Programs Coordinator at the SEFER Center, Moscow, and Junior Research Fellow at the Institute of Slavic Studies in the Russian Academy of Science. She is editor of The Shtetl of Hlybokaye in Contemporary Cultural Memory and Jews on the Map of Lithuania: The Case of Biržai.

Mikhail Krutikov is author of four books and coeditor of ten collected volumes on various aspects of Yiddish culture. He is Professor of Slavic Languages and Literatures and Preston R Tisch Professor of Judaic Studies at the University of Michigan.

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VIOLENT SPACE

The Jewish Ghetto in Warsaw ANJA NOWAK

For Nazi Germany, the ghetto was a conceptual tool used to facilitate social and political exclusion and further their anti-Jewish campaign

For the Jews who lived in them, the ghetto became the center of their lives even though they were also sites of immense suffering

Combining thorough historical research with an interdisciplinary analysis of the relationship between space and violence, Violent Space provides a unique insight into the history and the socio-spatial topography of the Jewish ghetto in German-occupied Warsaw (1939–1943) Using rare archival materials and firsthand accounts, many of which have never been translated into English, Anja Nowak traces out the trauma that the space of the ghetto inflicted on its Jewish inhabitants, and how it alienated, disoriented, and harmed them

While the physical ghetto its buildings, boundaries, and streets has been reabsorbed and redefined by modern-day Warsaw's urban structure, Violent Space shows us that its presence still lingers in the narratives of those who were forced into this first phase of the Holocaust.

NOVEMBER 2023

History • Modern

384 Pages • 6¼ x 9¼ • LB • 39 b&w illus.

9780253067425 • $90.00 • Hardcover

9780253067432 • $45.00 • Trade Paperback

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Anja Nowak is Lecturer in the Department of Central, Eastern, and Northern European Studies at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver. She is author of a German monograph on Theodor W. Adorno, Elemente einer Ästhetik des Theatralen in Adornos Ästhetischer Theorie. She is editor (with Bożena Karwowska) of The More I Know, The Less I Understand: Young Researchers' Essays on Witnessing Auschwitz.

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AFTER THE GULAG

A History of Memory in Russia's Far North TYLER C. KIRK

From 1929 to 1958, hundreds of thousands of prisoners and exiles from across the Soviet Union were sent to the harsh yet resourcerich Komi Republic. When the Soviet Union collapsed, former prisoners sent their autobiographies to Komi's local branches of the anti-Stalinist Memorial Society and history museums.

Utilizing these previously unavailable personal records, alongside newspapers, photographs, interviews, and other non-state archival sources, After the Gulag sheds new light not only on how former prisoners experienced life after release but also how they laid the foundations for the future commemoration of Komi's dark past Bound by a "camp brotherhood," they used informal social networks to provide mutual support amid state and societal oppression. Decades later, they sought rehabilitation with the help of the newly formed Memorial Society the civic organization largely responsible for the deStalinization of the Soviet Union. In sharing their life stories and family archives with Memorial, they sustained an alternate history of the Soviet Union

Offering an unprecedented look at the legacies of mass repression under Stalin, After the Gulag explores how ordinary political prisoners from across the Soviet Union navigated life after release, using memoirs, letters, and art to translate their experiences and shape the politics of memory in post-Soviet Russia

DECEMBER 2023

History • Russia & The Former Soviet Union

336 Pages • 6 x 9 • ULB • 20 color illus., 57 b&w illus.

9780253067494 • $85.00 • Hardcover

9780253067500 • $39.00 • Trade Paperback

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Tyler C. Kirk is Assistant Professor of History and Assistant Director of Arctic and Northern Studies at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.

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BLISSFUL BLINDNESS

Soviet Crimes under Western Eyes

TOLCZYK, TRANSLATED

The most heinous Soviet crimes – the Red Terror, brutal collectivization, the Great Famine, the Gulag, Stalin's Great Terror, mass deportations, and other atrocities – were treated in the West as a controversial topic With the Cold War dichotomy of Western democracy versus Soviet communism deeply imprinted in our minds, we are not always aware that these crimes were very often questioned, dismissed, denied, sometimes rationalized, and even outright glorified in the Western world Facing a choice of whom to believe –the survivors or Soviet propaganda– many Western opinion leaders chose in favor of Soviet propaganda Even those who did not believe it behaved sometimes as if they did

Blissful Blindness explores Western reactions (and lack thereof) to Soviet crimes from the Bolshevik revolution to the collapse of Soviet communism in order to understand ideological, political, economic, cultural, personal, and other motivations behind this puzzling phenomenon of willful ignorance. But the significance of Dariusz Tolczyk's book reaches beyond its direct historical focus. Written for audiences not limited to scholars and specialists, this book not only opens one's eyes to rarely examined aspects of the twentieth century but also helps one see how astonishingly relevant this topic is in our contemporary world.

OCTOBER 2023

History • Russia & The Former Soviet Union 424 Pages • 6 x 9 • LB • 1 b&w illus

9780253067081 • $90.00 • Hardcover

9780253067098 • $50.00 • Trade Paperback

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Dariusz Tołczyk is professor of Slavic languages and literatures at the University of Virginia. His books include See No Evil: Literary Cover-Ups and Discoveries of the Soviet Camp Experience and Gułag w oczach Zachodu [The Gulag under Western eyes].

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JEWS, RACE, AND THE POLITICSOF DIFFERENCE

The Case of Vladimir Jabotinsky against the Russian Empire

MARINA B. MOGILNER

JEWS IN EASTERN EUROPE

Jews, Race, and the Politics of Difference explores how Russian Jewish writers and political activists such as Vladimir Jabotinsky turned to "race" as an operational concept in the late imperial politics of the Russian Empire.

Building on the latest scholarship on racial thinking and Jewish identities, Marina Mogilner shows how Jewish anthropologists, ethnographers, writers, lawyers, and political activists in late imperial Russia sought to construct a Jewish identity based on racial categorization in addition to religious affiliation By grounding nationality not in culture and territory but in blood and biology, race offered Jewish nationalists in Russia a scientifically sound and politically effective way to reaffirm their common identity

Jews, Race, and the Politics of Difference presents the works of Jabotinsky as a lens to understanding Jewish "self-racializing," and brings Jews and race together in a framework that is more multifaceted and controversial than that implied by the usual narratives of racial antisemitism

JULY 2023

History • Russia & The Former Soviet Union

234 Pages • 6 x 9 • LB • 11 b&w illus.

9780253066121 • $70.00 • Hardcover

9780253066138 • $30.00 • Trade Paperback

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Marina Mogilner holds the Edward and Marianna Thaden Chair in Russian and East European Intellectual History at the University of Illinois Chicago She is cofounder and coeditor of the international journal Ab Imperio and author of Homo Imperii: A History of Physical Anthropology in Russia and A Race for the Future: Scientific Visions of Modern Russian Jewishness.

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MARYANN SHADD CARY

The Black Press and Protest in the Nineteenth Century, New Edition JANE RHODES

Mary Ann Shadd Cary was a courageous and outspoken nineteenthcentury African American who used the press and public speaking to fight slavery and oppression in the United States and Canada Part of the small free black elite who used their education and limited freedoms to fight for the end of slavery and racial oppression, Shadd Cary is best known as the first African American woman to publish and edit a newspaper in North America. But her importance does not stop there. She was an active participant in many of the social and political movements that influenced nineteenth century abolition, black emigration and nationalism, women's rights, and temperance.

Mary Ann Shadd Cary: The Black Press and Protest in the Nineteenth Century explores her remarkable life and offers a window on the free black experience, emergent black nationalisms, African American gender ideologies, and the formation of a black public sphere. This new edition contains a new epilogue and new photographs.

SEPTEMBER 2023

Language Arts & Disciplines • Journalism

320 Pages • 6¼ x 9¼ • USR • 17 b&w photos

9780253067951 • $35.00 • Trade Paperback

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Jane Rhodes is Professor of Black Studies at the University of Illinois Chicago where she teaches about the history of race, gender, media, and culture. She is the author of Framing the Black Panthers: The Spectacular Rise of a Black Power Icon.

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COMPOSING AID

Music, Refugees, and Humanitarian Politics

Music and arts initiatives are often praised for their capacity to aid in the rehabilitation of refugees However, it is crucial to recognize that this celebratory view can also mask the unequal power dynamics involved in regulating forced migration.

In Composing Aid, Oliver Shao turns a critical ear towards the United Nations-run Kakuma Refugee Camp in Kenya, one of the largest and oldest encampments in the world This politically engaged ethnography delves into various cultural practices, including hip hop shows, pastoralist dances, religious ceremonies, and NGO events, in an urbanized borderland area beset with precarity and inequality How do songs intersect with the politics of belonging in a space controlled by state and humanitarian forces? Why do camp authorities support certain musical activities over others? What can performing artists teach us about the inequities of the international refugee regime?

Offering a provocative contribution to ethnomusicological methods through its focus on activist research, Composing Aid elucidates the powerful role of music and the arts in reproducing, contesting, and reimagining the existing migratory order.

OCTOBER 2023

Music • Ethnomusicology

216 Pages • 6 x 9 • ULB

9780253067647 • $75.00 • Hardcover

9780253067654 • $30.00 • Trade Paperback

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Oliver Shao is Assistant Professor of Liberal Arts at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago

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SCHUBERT'S INSTRUMENTAL MUSIC AND POETICSOF INTERPRETATION

RENÉ RUSCH

MUSICAL MEANING AND INTERPRETATION

Music scholarship has been rethinking its understanding of Franz Schubert and his work. How might our modern aesthetic values, conceptions of Schubert's life, and historiographies affect how we interpret his music?

Schubert's Instrumental Music and Poetics of Interpretation examines the conditions that have prompted scholarship to reassess the composer's music and legacy. In six chapters, each devoted to one or two of Schubert's pieces, René Rusch offers critical assessments of biographical and intertextual influence, investigates the role of narrative, and explores alternate forms of unity and coherence through updated analyses of the composer's instrumental works. Rusch's comparative analyses and interpretations address four significant areas of scholarly focus in Schubert studies, including his use of chromaticism, his unique forms, the impact of events in his life, and the influence of Beethoven

Drawing from a range of philosophical, hermeneutic, historical, biographical, theoretical, and analytical sources, Schubert's Instrumental Music and Poetics of Interpretation offers readers a unique and innovative foray into the poetics of contemporary analysis of Schubert's instrumental music and develops new ways to engage with his repertoire.

NOVEMBER 2023

Music • Instruction & Study

288 Pages • 6 x 9 • LB • 6 b&w tables, 84 printed music items

9780253067388 • $75.00 • Hardcover

9780253067395 • $30.00 • Trade Paperback

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René Rusch is Associate Professor of Music Theory at the University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance.

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THE PIANIST'SBOOKSHELF, SECOND EDITION

A Practical Guide to Books, Videos, and Other Resources

MAURICE HINSON AND WESLEY ROBERTS

Originally published in 1997, The Pianist's Bookshelf, was, according to the Library Journal, "a unique and valuable tool." Now rewritten for a modern audience, this second edition expands into the 21st century.

A completely revised update, The Pianist's Bookshelf, Second Edition, comes to the rescue of pianists overwhelmed by the abundance of books, videos, and other works about the piano In this clear, easy-touse reference book, Maurice Hinson and Wesley Roberts survey hundreds of sources and provide concise, practical annotations for each item, thus saving the reader hours of precious research time. In addition to the main listings of entries, such as "Chamber Music" and "Piano Duet," the book has indexes of authors, composers, and performers

A handy reference from the masters of piano bibliography, The Pianist's Bookshelf, Second Edition, will be an invaluable resource to students, teachers, and musicians.

NOVEMBER 2023

Music • Reference

216 Pages • 6¼ x 9¼ • LB

9780253067272 • $56.00 • Hardcover

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Maurice Hinson, the most prolific writer on piano literature in the history of the instrument, taught for 58 years at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky.

Wesley Roberts has taught courses in piano, organ, and musicology at Campbellsville University for over four decades

Hinson and Roberts are co-authors of The Pianist's Dictionary, Second Edition; Guide to the Pianist's Repertoire, Fourth Edition; and The Piano in Chamber Ensemble, Second and Third Editions

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THE LIVING ART OF VIOLIN PLAYING

Progressive Form

MAUREEN TARANTO-PYATT

Blending creative insights with wisdom of the masters, professional violinist Maureen Taranto-Pyatt shares practical guidance in her new methodology, Progressive Form

With The Living Art of Violin Playing, violinists will learn to appreciate the physics and geometry of movement to facilitate a nuanced flow of compression and release in the playing. A gradual building of technique begins from sitting or standing, moves through the torso into the left arm first, sets up an effective bow arm, and then combines the two in a holistic context. Imagery invigorates each of the technical moments, instilling new patterns that are now memorable and integrating each component into larger forms

Featuring nearly 400 photos and music examples to illustrate technical elements through balance and gesture, Progressive Form can be used as a step-by-step retooling of technique or as a reference for targeted issues. A comprehensive exploration of method in service of musical expression, The Living Art of Violin Playing offers the aspiring and serious violinist a path toward a more liberated musical world.

SEPTEMBER 2023

Music • Instruction & Study

336 Pages • 8½ x 11 • USR • 277 b&w photos, 117 printed music items

9780253066619 • $30.00 • Trade Paperback

9780253066602 • $80.00 • Hardcover

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Maureen Taranto-Pyatt is a professional violinist and poet in the Boston area She combined her love of imagery with a pursuit of elegant technique to create Progressive Form, thanks in part to her gifted teachers, each just a degree or two of separation from some of the great pedagogues of the 20th century.

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FRANCOPHONE AFRICAN WOMEN DOCUMENTARY FILMMAKERS

Beyond Representation

EDITED BY SUZANNE CROSTA, SADA NIANG AND ALEXIE TCHEUYAP, CONTRIBUTIONS BY FLORENCE

Francophone African Women Documentary Filmmakers is groundbreaking edited collection which explores the contributions of Francophone African women to the field of documentary filmmaking. Rich in its scope and critical vision it constitutes a timely contribution to cutting-edge scholarly debates on African cinemas

Featuring 10 chapters from prominent film scholars, it explores the distinctive documentary work and contributions of Francophone African women filmmakers since the 1960s. It focuses documentaries by North African and Sub-Saharan women filmmakers, including the pioneering work of Safi Faye in Kaddu Beykat, Rama Thiaw's The Revolution Will Not be Televised, Katy Lena Ndiaye's Le Cercle des noyes and En attendant les hommes, Dalila Ennadre's Fama: Heroism Without Glory and Leila Kitani's Nos lieux interdits

Shunned from costly fictional- 35mm-filmmaking, Francophone African Women Documentary Filmmakers examines how these women engaged and experimented with documentary filmmaking in personal, evocative ways that countered the officially sanctioned, nationalist practice of show and teach/promote.

OCTOBER 2023

Performing Arts • Film

206 Pages • 6 x 9 • LB • 10 color illus.

9780253066527 • $80.00 • Hardcover

9780253066534 • $40.00 • Trade Paperback

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Suzanne Crosta is Professor of French at McMaster University She teaches contemporary African, Asian and Caribbean literatures and cinemas in French.

Sada Niang is Professor of francophone literatures and cinemas in the Department of French at the University of Victoria

Alexie Tcheuyap, Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada, is Professor of French and Vice-Dean at the Faculty of Arts and Science at the University University of Toronto

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AFRICAN CINEMA: MANIFESTO AND PRACTICE FOR CULTURAL DECOLONIZATION

Challenging established views and assumptions about traditions and practices of filmmaking in the African diaspora, this threevolume set offers readers a researched critique on black film.

Volume One of this landmark series on African cinema draws together foundational scholarship on its history and evolution. Beginning with the ideological project of colonial film to legitimize the economic exploitation and cultural hegemony of the African continent during imperial rule to its counter-historical formation and theorization. It comprises essays by film scholars and filmmakers alike, among them Roy Armes, Med Hondo, Fèrid Boughedir, Haile Gerima, Oliver Barlet, Teshome Gabriel, and David Murphy, including three distinct dossiers: a timeline of key dates in the history of African cinema; a comprehensive chronicle and account of the contributions by African women in cinema; and a homage and overview of Ousmane Sembène, the "Father" of African cinema.

AUGUST 2023

Performing Arts • Film

632 Pages • 6 x 9 • LB • 69 color photos, 43 b&w photos, 1 figure

9780253066206 • $90.00 • Hardcover

9780253066213 • $42.00 • Trade Paperback

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Michael T Martin is Professor of Cinema and Media Studies at the Media School at Indiana University Bloomington. He is editor or coeditor of several anthologies, including (with David C Wall) The Politics and Poetics of Black Film: Nothing But a Man and Race and the Revolutionary Impulse in The Spook Who Sat by the Door Martin directed and coproduced the award-winning feature documentary on Nicaragua, In the Absence of Peace, distributed by Third World Newsreel Gaston Jean-Marie Kaboré is a film director, producer, and screenwriter and the former director of the Centre National du Cinéma in Burkina Faso.

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AFRICAN CINEMA: MANIFESTO AND PRACTICE FOR CULTURAL DECOLONIZATION

Challenging established views and assumptions about traditions and practices of filmmaking in the African diaspora, this threevolume set offers readers a researched critique on black film.

Volume Two of this landmark series on African cinema is devoted to the decolonizing mediation of the Pan African Film & Television Festival of Ouagadougou (FESPACO), the most important, inclusive, and consequential cinematic convocation of its kind in the world Since its creation in 1969, FESPACO's mission is, in principle, remarkably unchanged: to unapologetically recover, chronicle, affirm, and reconstitute the representation of the African continent and its global diasporas of people, thereby enunciating in the cinematic, all manner of Pan-African identity, experience, and the futurity of the Black World.

This volume features historically significant and commissioned essays, commentaries, conversations, dossiers, and programmatic statements and manifestos that mark and elaborate the key moments in the evolution of FESPACO over the span of the past five decades.

JULY 2023

Performing Arts • Film

658 Pages • 6 x 9 • LB • 76 color photos, 17 b&w photos

9780253066244 • $80.00 • Hardcover

9780253066251 • $37.00 • Trade Paperback

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Michael T Martin is Professor of Cinema and Media Studies at the Media School at Indiana University Bloomington. He is editor or coeditor of several anthologies, including (with David C Wall) The Politics and Poetics of Black Film: Nothing But a Man and Race and the Revolutionary Impulse in The Spook Who Sat by the Door Martin directed and coproduced the award-winning feature documentary on Nicaragua, In the Absence of Peace, distributed by Third World Newsreel Gaston Jean-Marie Kaboré is a film director, producer, and screenwriter and the former director of the Centre National du Cinéma in Burkina Faso.

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AFRICAN CINEMA: MANIFESTO AND PRACTICE FOR CULTURAL DECOLONIZATION

Challenging established views and assumptions about traditions and practices of filmmaking in the African diaspora, this threevolume set offers readers a researched critique on black film.

Volume Three of this landmark series on African cinema spans the past century and is devoted to the documentation of decoloniality in cultural policy in both Africa and the Black diaspora worldwide. A compendium of formal resolutions, declarations, manifestos, and programmatic statements, it chronologically maps the long history and trajectories of cultural policy in Africa and the Black Atlantic Beginning with the 1920 declaration of the Rights of the Negro Peoples of the World, which anticipates cinema as we know it today, and the formal oppositional assertions aspirational and practical. The first part of this work references formal statements that pertain directly to cultural policy and cinematic formations in Africa, while the next part addresses the Black diaspora. Each entry is chronologically ordered to account for when the statement was created, followed by where and in what context it was enunciated.

AUGUST 2023

Performing Arts • Film

694 Pages • 6 x 9 • USR • 10 color photos, 17 b&w photos, 2 figures

9780253066299 • $35.00 • Trade Paperback

9780253066282 • $80.00 • Hardcover

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Michael T. Martin is Professor of Cinema and Media Studies at the Media School at Indiana University Bloomington. He is editor or coeditor of several anthologies, including (with David C. Wall) The Politics and Poetics of Black Film: Nothing But a Man and Race and the Revolutionary Impulse in The Spook Who Sat by the Door. Martin directed and coproduced the award-winning feature documentary on Nicaragua, In the Absence of Peace, distributed by Third World Newsreel. Gaston Jean-Marie Kaboré is a film director, producer, and screenwriter and the former director of the Centre National du Cinéma in Burkina Faso

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FRIENDSHIP The Future of an Ancient

Gift

CLAUDIA BARACCHI, TRANSLATED BY ELENA BARTOLINI AND CATHERINE FULLARTON STUDIES IN CONTINENTAL THOUGHT

In Friendship, Italian philosopher Claudia Baracchi explores the philosophical underpinnings of friendship Tackling the issue of friendship in the era of Facebook and online social networks requires courage and even a certain impertinence. The friendship relationship involves trust, fidelity, and availability for profound sharing Sociologists assure us this attitude was never more improbable than in our time of dramatic anthropological reconfiguration Research on friendship cannot therefore ignore ancient thought: with unparalleled depth, Friendship examines the broader implications of relationship, both emotional and political

Today, the grand socio-political structures of the world are trembling

The hold of valued paradigms that traditionally positioned individuals, determined their destinies, and assigned them their roles and reciprocal responsibilities is becoming uncertain. In these many global shifts, previously unforeseen possibilities for individual and collective becoming are unleashed. Perhaps friendship has to do with worlds that are not: that are not yet, and that should be desired all the more. Focusing on the works of Aristotle, Baracchi explores ancient reflections on friendship, in the belief that they have much to teach us about our relationships in the present day.

SEPTEMBER 2023

Philosophy • Social

158 Pages • 5½ x 8½ • LB

9780253067340 • $80.00 • Hardcover

9780253067357 • $30.00 • Trade Paperback

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Claudia Baracchi is Professor of Moral Philosophy at the Università di Milano-Bicocca. She is the author of various books including Of Myth, Life, and War in Plato's Republic, Aristole's Ethics as First Philosophy, and editor of Bloomsbury Companion to Aristotle. She is a practicing analyst in Milano.

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ON INCEPTION

MARTIN HEIDEGGER AND PETER HANLY STUDIES IN CONTINENTAL THOUGHT

On Inception is a translation of Martin Heidegger's ber den Anfang (GA 70) This work belongs to the crucial period, before and during WWII, when Heidegger was at work on a series of treatises that begins with "Contributions to Philosophy" and includes "The Event" and "The History of Beyng " These works are difficult, even hermetic, but represent a crucial development in Heidegger's thinking On Inception deepens the investigation underway in the other volumes of the series and provides a unique perspective on Heidegger's thinking of Being and of Event Here, Heidegger asks, with a greater insistence than anywhere else in his work, what it might mean to think of being as event, and not as presence. Event cannot be thought without the sense of a beginning an inception and so, Heidegger insists, we must try to think of being as inception, as fundamentally inceptive. On Inception pursues rigorously the difficult and puzzling implications of this speculation It does not merely extend work already undertaken but also opens doors onto wholly other pathways.

OCTOBER 2023

Philosophy • Movements

196 Pages • 5¾ x 9¼ • USR

9780253066848 • $40.00 • Hardcover

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Peter Hanly teaches philosophy at Boston College and Emerson College. He is the author of Between Heidegger and Novalis.

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INDEPENDENT AFRICA

The First Generation of Nation Builders

EMMANUEL KWAKU AKYEAMPONG IRISH CULTURE, MEMORY, PLACE

Independent Africa explores Africa's political economy in the first two full decades of independence through the joint projects of nationbuilding, economic development, and international relations.

Drawing on the political careers of four heads of states: Kwame Nkrumah of Ghana, Ahmed Sékou Touré of Guinea, Léopold Sédar Senghor, and Julius Kambarage Nyerere of Tanzania, Independent Africa engages four major themes: what does it mean to construct an African nation-state and what should an African nation-state look like; how does one grow a tropical economy emerging from European colonialism; how to explore an indigenous model of economic development, a "third way," in the context of a Cold War that had divided the world into two camps; and how to leverage internal resources and external opportunities to diversify agricultural economies and industrialize.

Combining aspects of history, economics, and political science, Independent Africa examines the important connections between the first generation of African leaders, and the shared ideas that informed their endeavors at nation-building and worldmaking.

SEPTEMBER 2023

Political Science • World

360 Pages • 6 x 9 • LB • 13 b&w illus.

9780253066640 • $80.00 • Hardcover

9780253066657 • $35.00 • Trade Paperback

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Emmanuel Kwaku Akyeampong is Ellen Gurney Professor of History and of African and African American Studies at Harvard University. He also serves as the Oppenheimer Faculty Director of the Center for African Studies. He is the author of Drink, Power, and Cultural Change: A Social History of Alcohol in Ghana c 1800 to Recent Times, and Between the Sea and the Lagoon: An Eco-social History of the Anlo of Southeast Ghana ca. 1850 to Recent Times

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TRANSCRIPTSOF THE SACRED IN NIGERIA

Beautiful, Monstrous, Ridiculous NIMI WARIBOKO

Transcripts of the Sacred in Nigeria explores how the sacred plays itself out in contemporary Africa It offers a creative analysis of the logics and dynamics of the sacred (understood as the constellation of im/possibility available to a given community) in religion, politics, epistemology, economic development, and reactionary violence. Using the tools of philosophy, postcolonial criticism, political theory, African studies, religious studies, and cultural studies, Wariboko reveals the intricate connections between the sacred and the existential conditions that characterize disorder, terror, trauma, despair, and hope in the postcolonial Africa.

The sacred, Wariboko argues, is not about religion or divinity but the set of possibilities opened to a people or denied them, the sum total of possibilities conceivable given their level of social, technological, and economic development These possibilities profoundly speak to the present political moment in sub-Saharan Africa.

AUGUST 2023

Political Science • World

248 Pages • 6 x 9 • ULB

9780253066428 • $80.00 • Hardcover

9780253066435 • $40.00 • Trade Paperback

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Nimi Wariboko is Walter G. Muelder Professor of Social Ethics at Boston University His books include Social Ethics and Governance in Contemporary African Writing and The Split Time: Economic Philosophy for Human Flourishing in African Perspective.

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PURITYAND IDENTITYIN ANCIENT JUDAISM

From the Temple to the Mishnah

YAIR FURSTENBERG, TRANSLATED BY SARA TOVA BRODY

OLAMOT SERIES IN HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCES

The concern for purity was the cornerstone of the religious culture of ancient Judaism. Purity and Identity in Ancient Judaism explores how this concern shaped the worldview of Jews during the Second Temple period as well as their daily practices and social relations It examines how different groups offered competing visions and methods for living a life of purity, which embodied a promise for personal and cosmic salvation and at the same time determined the degree of sectarian separation.

Purity and Identity in Ancient Judaism offers a comprehensive description of the world of purity among the Jews of the Second Temple period in general and within the tradition of the Pharisees in particular Yair Furstenberg explores the language of purity that provided Jews in antiquity a powerful tool for organizing legal, social, and ideological boundaries, and its study is therefore pertinent for understanding the powers that shaped the varieties of Second Temple Judaism and their later offshoots: Early Christianity and Rabbinic Judaism.

Purity and Identity in Ancient Judaism offers new methods for carefully integrating the New Testament, Qumran literature, and early rabbinic sources into a comprehensive history of purity laws from the world of the Second Temple and the Pharisees to the later rabbinic movement, allowing the reader to trace the emergence of new religious sensibilities within changing social and cultic circumstances

NOVEMBER 2023

Religion • Judaism

304 Pages • 6 x 9 • ULB

9780253067715 • $75.00 • Hardcover

9780253067722 • $35.00 • Trade Paperback

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Yair Furstenberg is Associate Professor of Talmud at Hebrew University, where he serves as chair of the department. Among his publications are Jewish Martyrdom in Antiquity: From the Books of Maccabees to the Babylonian Talmud and the edited volume Jewish and Christian Communal Identities in the Roman World.

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HUMOR AND POWER IN ALGERIA, 1920TO 2021

PUBLIC CULTURES OF THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA

In times of peace as well as conflict, humor has served Algerians as a tool of both unification and division Humor has also assisted Algerians of various backgrounds and ideological leanings with engaging critically in power struggles throughout the country's contemporary history By analyzing comedic discourse in various forms (including plays, jokes, and cartoons), Humor and Power in Algeria, 1920 to 2021 demonstrates the globally informed and creative ways that civilians have made sense of moments of victory and loss through humor Using oral interviews and media archives in Arabic, French, and Tamazight, Elizabeth M. Perego expands on theoretical debates about humor as a tool of resistance and explores the importance of humor as an instrument of war, peace, and social memory, as well as a source for retracing volatile, contested pasts.

Humor and Power in Algeria, 1920 to 2021 reveals how Algerians have harnessed humor to express competing visions for unity in a divided colonial society, to channel and process emotions surrounding a brutal war of decolonization and the forging of a new nation, and to demonstrate resilience in the face of a terrifying civil conflict.

NOVEMBER 2023

Social Science • Anthropology

430 Pages • 6 x 9 • ULB • 28 b&w illus.

9780253067609 • $90.00 • Hardcover

9780253067616 • $48.00 • Trade Paperback

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Elizabeth M. Perego is Assistant Professor in the Department of History at Appalachian State University. Her work has appeared in the Journal of North African Studies and the International Journal of Middle East Studies

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CATALONIA'SHUMAN TOWERS

Castells, Cultural Politics, and the Struggle toward the Heights

MARIANN VACZI

The building of human towers (castells) is a centuries-old traditional sport where hundreds of men, women, and children gather in Catalan squares to create breathtaking edifices through a feat of collective athleticism. The result is a great spectacle of effort and overcoming, tension and release.

Catalonia's Human Towers is an ethnographic look at the thriving castells practice—a symbol of Catalan cultural heritage and identity amid debates around national autonomy and secession from Spain While the main function of building castells is to grow community through a low-cost, intergenerational, and inclusive leisure activity, Mariann Vaczi reveals how this unique sport also provides a social base, image, and vocabulary for the independence movement

Highlighting the intersection of folklore, performance, and sport, Catalonia's Human Towers captures the subtle processes by which the body becomes politicized and ideology becomes embodied, with all the desires, risks and precarities of collective constructions.

SEPTEMBER 2023

Social Science • Anthropology

282 Pages • 6 x 9 • ULB • 29 b&w illus.

9780253067159 • $80.00 • Hardcover

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Mariann Vaczi is Assistant Professor and Director of Graduate Studies at the Center for Basque Studies at the University of Nevada, Reno. She is author of Soccer, Culture and Society in Spain: An Ethnography of Basque Fandom and editor (with Alan Bairner) of Sport and Secessionism.

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ORNAMENTSAND OTHER AMBIGUOUSARTIFACTS FROM FRANCHTHI

Volume 2, The Neolithic CATHERINE PERLÈS, WITH SANDRINE BONNARDIN, BENOÎT MILLE AND PATRICK PION EXCAVATIONS AT FRANCHTHI CAVE, GREECE

The famous Franchthi Cave excavations in Greece brought to light an exceptionally long sequence of ornaments, spanning from the earliest Upper Paleolithic to the end of the Neolithic. This volume focuses on the Neolithic, whose assemblages are far more diversified than those of earlier times The introduction during the Neolithic of entirely artificial shapes, geometric and anthropomorphic, creates a marked departure from earlier periods and shows new directions in creativity by the bead makers It also denotes a conceptual break in the treatment of shell, no longer solely a natural element barely modified by perforation, but now also a raw material rendered anonymous by workmanship Due to the systematic sieving of the sediments and its location by the sea, the Franchthi cave and its outdoor settlement, the Paralia, yielded one of the richest collection of ornaments for Neolithic Greece.

DECEMBER 2023

Social Science • Archaeology

452 Pages • 8½ x 11 • USR • 177 color photos, 53 color illus., 1 b&w illus, 4 maps, 36 b&w tables

9780253067753 • $70.00 • Trade Paperback

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Catherine Perlès is Emeritus Professor at the University of Nanterre and holds an honorary degree from Indiana University. She is author of several books, including The Early Neolithic in Greece and volumes on the chipped stones assemblages and ornaments from Franchthi Cave.

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RIGHTSAND RESPONSIBILITIESIN RURAL SOUTH AFRICA

Gender, Personhood, and the Crisis of Meaning KATHLEEN RICE

Rights and Responsibilities in Rural South Africa examines the gendered and generational conflicts surrounding social change in South Africa's rural Eastern Cape roughly twenty years after the end of Apartheid.

In post-Apartheid South Africa, rights-based public discourse and state practices promote liberal, autonomous, and egalitarian notions of personhood, yet widespread unemployment and poverty demand that people rely closely on one another and forge relationships that disrupt the gendered and generational hierarchies framed as traditional and culturally authentic Kathleen Rice examines the ways these tensions and restructurings lead to uncertainties about how South Africans should live together in their daily lives, with particular implications for understanding and responding to widespread gendered and sexual conflict and violence.

Focusing particularly on the women of the village of Mhlambini, Rights and Responsibilities in Rural South Africa offers compelling portraits of how they experience and navigate widespread social and economic change and presents their experiences as a way of understanding how people navigate the moral ambiguities of contemporary South African life.

AUGUST 2023

Social Science • Ethnic Studies

198 Pages • 6 x 9 • ULB • 1 b&w photo

9780253066169 • $75.00 • Hardcover

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Kathleen Rice is Assistant Professor in the Department of Family Medicine at McGill University, where she holds the Tier II Canada Research Chair in the Medical Anthropology of Primary Care.

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THE FUTURE ISIN YOUR HANDS

Portrait Photography from Senegal

BETH A. BUGGENHAGEN MATERIAL VERNACULARS

In Senegal, portraiture serves as a vital index and creator of social connection. People sit for and display portraits, keep albums, and view illustrated magazines together. Through these portraiture practices, Senegalese have fashioned idealized images to mend fraught and fragmented lives in the context of decades of migration.

The Future Is in Your Hands provides an expansive frame for photography to highlight the role of affect in portraiture practices Moving from the colonial to the newly independent Senegal, Beth Buggenhagen combines museum, ethnographic, and archival research on photography's past with lens-based artists who address themes of separation, visibility, rupture, and repatriation through portraiture. Buggenhagen, in collaboration with Senegalese photographers, explores how photographs, as visual and material objects, migrate themselves and, like the bodies they represent, create a record not only of lived experiences but also of the cycle of migration for this labor-exporting country.

By complicating the history of portraiture in Senegal, The Future Is in Your Hands reveals the enduring power of images and the efforts under way to keep this art form safely in Senegalese hands

NOVEMBER 2023

Social Science • Folklore & Mythology

304 Pages • 6 x 9 • ULB • 92 color illus.

9780253067685 • $95.00 • Hardcover

9780253067692 • $38.00 • Trade Paperback

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Beth Buggenhagen is Associate Professor of Anthropology and Director of the African Studies Program at Indiana University. She is author of Muslim Families in Global Senegal: Money Takes Care of Shame and editor (with Anne-Maria Makhulu and Stephen Jackson) of Hard Work, Hard Times: Global Volatility and African Subjectivities

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DIVINE MONEY

Islam, Zakat, and Giving in Palestine

EMANUEL SCHAEUBLIN

Zakat giving or mutual aid is a sacred practice in Islam. Where government and public safety nets fail, zakat serves as a form of social security in Muslim communities In Divine Money, Emanuel Schaeublin shows how zakat institutions and direct zakat donations function in contemporary Palestine.

Based on his ethnographic fieldwork in the city of Nablus, Schaeublin traces zakat flows as they provide critical support to households living under military rule and security surveillance. In the neighborhoods of Nablus, the Islamic tradition shapes public life. Many enact simple gifts of money of food as an expression of God's generosity and justice. How do such invocations of the divine enable people to negotiate responsibilities and tensions arising from differences in wealth in Palestinian society? What is the role of zakat in confronting political repression and economic instability?

OCTOBER 2023

Social Science • Islamic Studies

180 Pages • 6 x 9 • ULB • 12 b&w illus.

9780253066565 • $60.00 • Hardcover

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Emanuel Schaeublin is an anthropologist focusing on ethics and political conflict in the Arabic-speaking Middle East and Europe. He is a senior researcher at ETH Zurich and an advisor on film productions

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INDECENT DETROIT

Race, Sex, and Censorship in the Motor City BEN STRASSFELD

While Detroit has been a major focus in urban history, little has been written on censorship in the very city that—due to shifting legalities, the urban crisis, and racial tensions profoundly shaped media suppression in the United States.

By examining censorship in film and literature, Indecent Detroit recounts the evolution of media control from the end of WWII through the 1970s, when the US saw a major change in the legal mechanisms used to censor media due to court rulings that curtailed censorship laws. Ben Strassfeld reveals how Detroit altered its censorial tactics and rhetoric from an obscenity-based system of censorship centered in the Detroit Police Department to a regulatory model based in zoning law that was then expanded nationwide. This shift was connected to broader social and political trends, including the sexual revolution, that led the public to increasingly turn against censorship

A must-read for film and media scholars, Indecent Detroit highlights how one Midwest city's ordinance was imitated across the country after it was upheld by the US Supreme Court, making this more than a local curiosity but also an influential model for the cultural, political, and moral control of urban space through media regulation

DECEMBER 2023

Social Science • Media Studies

344 Pages • 6 x 9 • ULB • 21 b&w illus.

9780253067838 • $90.00 • Hardcover

9780253067845 • $38.00 • Trade Paperback

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POLITICAL CAMERAWORK

Documentary and the Lasting Impact of Reenacting Historical Trauma

DAVID A. RICE

What mental and physical distress do actors, camerapersons, and reporters experience when working on reenactments of traumatic moments in history?

In Political Camerawork, D. Andy Rice theorizes that the intense feelings produced while creating these performed scenarios, called "simulation documentaries," connect difficult pasts to the present Building on his background as a nonfiction film director, producer, editor, and cinematographer, Rice analyzes performance techniques to gain insight into the emotional toll of simulation documentaries, including those reliving the Vietnam War, the US military's embodied training in California during the Iraq War, and an annual quadruple lynching reenactment organized by Black civil rights activists in Georgia

Investigating the lasting impact of these productions, Political Camerawork reveals that, by performing a simulation of a traumatic event they didn't directly experience, those involved become carriers of the trauma

JULY 2023

Social Science • Media Studies

266 Pages • 6 x 9 • LB • 25 b&w illus.

9780253065919 • $75.00 • Hardcover

9780253065926 • $34.00 • Trade Paperback

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D Andy Rice is Assistant Professor of Film Studies and Media and Communication in the Department of Media, Journalism & Film at Miami University in Ohio He has written for venues including the Journal of Film and Video, JumpCut, The Scholar and Feminist Online, and Senses of Cinema He also co-produced, shot, and edited the award-winning historical documentary Spirits of Rebellion: Black Independent Cinema from Los Angeles on the LA Rebellion film movement.

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REORIENTING THE MIDDLE EAST

Film and Digital Media Where the Persian Gulf, Arabian Sea, and Indian Ocean Meet

Stories of cutting-edge production facilities, generous tax incentives, and lavish film festivals often dominate perceptions of film and digital media on the Arabian Peninsula, but there is a much longer and more complicated history that connects it with the Persian Gulf, Arabian Sea, and Indian Ocean.

In Reorienting the Middle East, contributors consider oil companies that brought film to this area in the 1930s and '40s, the first Indian film produced on the Arabian Peninsula in the late 1970s, Blackness in Iranian films, the role of Western funding in reshaping stories, Dubai's emergence in global film production, uses of online platforms for performance art, the evolution of film festivals and cinemas, and short citizen-made films that critique racism and sexism perpetrated against migrants from Africa, South Asia, and Southeast Asia

Just as the Gulf is a fluid space where film and digital media reflect long-standing connections among the Middle East, South Asia, and Africa, Reorienting the Middle East offers a way to analyze the oftforgotten spaces between regions and disciplines and challenges the definition of film in the Middle East

DECEMBER 2023

Social Science • Media Studies

344 Pages • 6 x 9 • ULB • 49 b&w illus.

9780253067562 • $90.00 • Hardcover

9780253067579 • $45.00 • Trade Paperback

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Dale Hudson is Associate Professor of Film and New Media at New York University Abu Dhabi He is author of Vampires, Race, and Transnational Hollywoods and (with Patricia R. Zimmermann) of Thinking Through Digital Media: Transnational Environments and Locative Places. Alia Yunis is Visiting Associate Professor of Film and Heritage Studies at New York University Abu Dhabi She is author of The Night Counter: A Novel and cofounder of the Zayed University Middle East Film Festival Her feature documentary, The Golden Harvest (2019), debuted at Thessaloniki International Film Festival and won Best of Fest at the Minneapolis St Paul International Film Festival.

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THE POLITICSOF CRISISMAKING

Forced Displacement and Cultures of Assistance in Lebanon ESTELLA CARPI

WORLDS IN CRISIS: REFUGEES, ASYLUM, AND FORCED MIGRATION

Traditionally, humanitarianism is considered a nonpolitical urgent response to human suffering. However, this characterization ignores the politics that create and are created by the crises and the increasingly long-term dimension of relief.

In The Politics of Crisis-Making, by shedding light on how humanitarian practice becomes enmeshed with diverse forms of welfare and development, Estella Carpi exposes how the politics of defining crises affect the social identity and membership of the displaced Her ethnographic research in Lebanon brings to light interactions among aid workers, government officials, internally displaced citizens, migrants, and refugees after the 2006 war in Beirut's southern suburbs and during the 2011-2013 arrival of refugees from Syria to the Akkar District (northern Lebanon). By documenting different cultures, modalities, and traditions of assistance, Carpi offers a full account of how the politics of crisis-making play out in Lebanon

An important read, The Politics of Crisis-Making shows that it is not crisis per se, but rather the crisis as official discourse and management that are able to reshuffle societies, while engendering unequal political, moral, and nationality-based economies.

JULY 2023

Social Science • Refugees

224 Pages • 6¼ x 9¼ • LB • 5 b&w illus., 1 b&w table

9780253066381 • $65.00 • Hardcover

9780253066398 • $30.00 • Trade Paperback

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Estella Carpi is Assistant Professor in Humanitarian Studies at University College London. She is author of Uncomfortable Mirrors: Ethnography of Forced Migration in Contemporary Lebanon (Specchi Scomodi. Etnografia della Migrazione Forzata nel Libano Contemporaneo).

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THE COUNTING HOUSE

The Chief Investment Officer of a prestigious university sits at the center of modern finance: hundreds of hedge funds, venture capitalists, stock pickers, bond traders, and private equity managers visit him every year, asking for money.

He helms the engine room of the modern academy: the six-billiondollar endowment he presides over allows the school to compete for students, faculty, prestige, moral purpose—and solvency The CIO is a winner in bourgeois America's highest dream: "doing well by doing good "

And then all that he thinks he understands about investing, about his own talents, about every choice and non-choice that brought his life to where it is begins to fall apart. At first, slowly, amid endless fascinating conversations with his staff, his wildly talented (and sometimes hilarious) trustees, and the motley money managers who march through his office. And then quickly, in an epic showdown with a reclusive, legendary hedge fund manager, his university's richest and most stingy billionaire alumnus.

With its wry appreciation for the absurd, The Counting House lays claim to the title of funniest novel about American business Underneath the humor, however, is an unprecedented, necessary story of the inner life of investing: a story that reveals how the workings of our daily lives rest upon the market's unforgiving truths

NOVEMBER 2023

Fiction • Satire

228 Pages • 5½ x 8½ • GTD

9781608012534 • $18.95 • Trade Paperback

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Gary Sernovitz has spent the last quarter-century working in and observing how money works, from Goldman Sachs to nearly twenty years at a private equity firm where he is now a managing director He has also brought his keen writer's eye to America and business through two previous published novels, a non-fiction book, and numerous essays and reviews in The New York Times, The New Yorker online, n+1, The Wall Street Journal, and elsewhere.

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KELLS

A novel of the eighth century AMY CRIDER

With the death of his father, Connachtach is finally free: Free to leave the family farm, free to return to the monastery of his youth, and free to scribe—a skill held by few in eighth-century Scotia But answering what he hopes is God's call to create a new, glorified book of the gospel is not without sacrifice: in leaving all earthly matters behind, Connachtach also leaves his sister Oona and niece Deirdre, who are not so eager to let him disappear from their lives. From the Celtic shores of Iona to the amber sands of newly founded Baghdad; from the eerie decrepitude of fallen Rome to the hallowed stairs of Jerusalem, what begins as Connachtach's quest to scribe soon ranges beyond even his most beatific vision

In this transporting testament to the power of the written word, Amy Crider offers a richly imagined early medieval odyssey ripe with purpose and rife with danger whether from marauding Vikings, treacherous fellow wayfarers, or one's own innermost doubts.

OCTOBER 2023

Fiction • Historical

496 Pages • 8½ x 5½ • GTD

9781608012503 • $24.95 • Trade Paperback

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Amy Crider is an award-winning novelist and playwright Her first novel, Disorder, a murder mystery, was published by the University of New Orleans Press in 2021 after it won their Publishing Lab Prize. Kells: a novel of the eighth century is her second novel. Amy has been published in Bayou Magazine, The Dramatist, Avalanche Journal, and her editorial about A Christmas Carol for the Chicago Tribune was nationally syndicated. In 2021 her play Fourteen won the Tennessee Williams & New Orleans Literary Festival One Act Play Contest. She has been a semi-finalist for the Princess Grace Award. She produces a podcast called Continuous Dream Theatre, based at www.continuousdream.com. Her website is www.amycrider.com

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PILGRIMSOF THE UPPER WORLD JAMIESON FINDLAY

It's business as usual for Tavish McCaskill, a Canadian bookseller living in Geneva, until a strange customer comes to his shop with an even stranger book: an old Kabbalistic manuscript by a legendary rabbi that's supposedly been kept secret for five hundred years. At first, Tavish thinks it must be a forgery: why else would it include quantum equations that hadn't been developed until the twentieth century? But closing this matter isn't as simple as closing a book and Tavish's customer isn't the only person who's interested in this one.

Soon, Tavish is walking the ancient pilgrims' path through Switzerland, trying to unravel the mysteries of the manuscript while running for his life. As he surrenders himself to the twists and turns of fate and of the path, Tavish grapples with the loss of his daughter, his strained relationship with his ex-wife, new acquaintances who flicker between friend and foe, and the intoxicating possibility that this Kabbalist text could hold the answers to it all.

NOVEMBER 2023

Fiction • Family Life

496 Pages • 6 x 9 • GTD

9781608012510 • $24.95 • Trade Paperback

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Jamieson Findlay is the author of two previous novels, The Blue Roan Child (2002) and The Summer of Permanent Wants (2011), both published by Doubleday Canada. He lives in Chelsea, Quebec

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COVID-19 AND PANDEMICS IN AUSTRIAN HISTORY (CONTEMPORARY AUSTRIAN STUDIES, VOL. 32)

In early 2020, the emergence of the COVID-19 shook the globe. Quickly the world began to search history for lessons from past pandemics and to compare the experience of COVID in different countries. This volume of Contemporary Austrian Studies is a part of these efforts, dedicated to exploring aspects of the history of epidemic disease in Austria as well as the peculiarities of the Austrian experience of COVID19. The essays consider earlier pandemics such as smallpox, Spanish flu, polio, typhus, and HIV-AIDS in an Austrian context They also analyze facets of the Austrian societal response to the SARS-Cov-2 virus. Taken together, the research demonstrates how the study of disease yields important insights into the workings of Austrian society It also serves as a reminder of the inseparability of nature and human affairs, and of the importance of a robust, global public health system to bolster societal resilience going forward

OCTOBER 2023

History • Europe

296 Pages • 5¾ x 8¾ • GSR

9781608012527 • $40.00 • Trade Paperback

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Marc Landry is assistant professor of Central European history and Associate Director of the Austrian Marshall Plan Center for European Studies at the University of New Orleans. He teaches courses in Central European, global, and environmental history. His research focuses on the environmental history of modern Europe. He has held fellowships from the German Academic Exchange Service, the Deutsches Museum, the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, and the Fulbright Association His research has appeared in the journals Environmental History and Journal of Global History, and he co-edits the series Contemporary Austrian Studies Currently he has completed a book manuscript on the damming of the Alps in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries

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SPHINX

A Neo-Gothic Novel from Brazil HENRIQUE MAXIMIANO COELHO NETO, TRANSLATED

MLA TEXTS AND TRANSLATIONS

English Translation Volume

A work of supernatural fantasy that questions gender divisions

At his boardinghouse in Rio de Janeiro, the Englishman James Marian is seen as handsome but eccentric Then another boarder learns Marian's secret: a fusion of a female head and a male body, Marian is the creation of a surgeon with occult powers Despite his wealth and mysterious abilities, Marian is unable to live fully as either a man or a woman, traveling the world in order to repress his sexual desire and withdraw from society

Sphinx explores the binaries of science and magic, body and spirit, male and female, attraction and horror, presenting its sexually ambiguous protagonist with sympathy. Ornately descriptive, this 1908 neo-gothic novel exemplifies the era's taste for the sensual and the fantastic With echoes of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, it stands as a classic of Brazilian science fiction.

SEPTEMBER 2023

Fiction • World Literature

270 Pages • 5½ x 8½ • MTD

9781603296236 • $30.00 • Trade Paperback

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Henrique Maximiano Coelho Neto (1864–1934) was a Brazilian writer, professor, and politician based in Rio de Janeiro. He is best known for his portrayals of political upheaval and social change during Rio's belle epoque. Nominated for the Nobel Prize in 1932, Coelho Neto was one of Brazil's most prolific and widely read authors during the first decades of the twentieth century

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ESFINGE

Um romance neo-gótico do Brasil

MAXIMIANO COELHO NETO, EDITED

AFTERWORD

MLA TEXTS AND TRANSLATIONS

Portuguese Text Volume

A work of supernatural fantasy that questions gender divisions

At his boardinghouse in Rio de Janeiro, the Englishman James Marian is seen as handsome but eccentric Then another boarder learns Marian's secret: a fusion of a female head and a male body, Marian is the creation of a surgeon with occult powers Despite his wealth and mysterious abilities, Marian is unable to live fully as either a man or a woman, traveling the world in order to repress his sexual desire and withdraw from society.

Esfinge explores the binaries of science and magic, body and spirit, male and female, attraction and horror, presenting its sexually ambiguous protagonist with sympathy. Ornately descriptive, this 1908 neo-gothic novel exemplifies the era's taste for the sensual and the fantastic With echoes of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, it stands as a classic of Brazilian science fiction.

SEPTEMBER 2023

Fiction • World Literature

262 Pages • 5½ x 8½ • MSR

9781603296212 • $30.00 • Trade Paperback

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Henrique Maximiano Coelho Neto (1864–1934) was a Brazilian writer, professor, and politician based in Rio de Janeiro. He is best known for his portrayals of political upheaval and social change during Rio's belle epoque. Nominated for the Nobel Prize in 1932, Coelho Neto was one of Brazil's most prolific and widely read authors during the first decades of the twentieth century

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A CENTURYOF QUEER KOREAN FICTION

English Translation Volume

Selections from the past hundred years of queer Korean literature

Following decades of LGBTQ+ activism, South Korea has seen a flowering of queer literature, film, and Internet culture. Many openly gay, lesbian, transgender, and other queer Korean writers find themselves in the national and international spotlight But the rich variety of queer representation also extends into the Korean past, as this volume illustrates.

Beginning with contemporary works of fiction by Kim Bi, Sang Young Park, and Yi Seoyoung and reaching back through the last century, this collection includes works by the canonical authors Yi Kwangsu, Yi Kiyŏng, Ch'oe Chŏnghŭi, and O Chŏnghŭi as well as stories by Yu Sŭngjin and Kim Sunyŏng that have been recovered from archives The introduction places these representations of queerness in their historical and cultural context, explores the sometimes problematic norms found in the stories, and considers the potential these texts hold for destabilizing binaries of sex and gender.

This volume contains the following works: "Yundo Is Back" (2017), "My Queer Year of Junior High" (2016), "Saltwater Baths" (2006), "Traditional Solo" (1970), "Struggling amid This Despair" (1965), "Spring" (1950), selections from the novel Spring (1940), "Dear Sister, I'm Off to the Moon" (1933), and "Yun Kwangho" (1918).

DECEMBER 2023

Literary Collections • LGBTQ+ 393 Pages • 5½ x 8½ • MTD

9781603296274 • $40.00 • Trade Paperback

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HAN'GUK ŬIK'WIŎ MUNHAK

Han segi

Korean Text Volume

Selections from the past hundred years of queer Korean literature

Following decades of LGBTQ+ activism, South Korea has seen a flowering of queer literature, film, and Internet culture. Many openly gay, lesbian, transgender, and other queer Korean writers find themselves in the national and international spotlight But the rich variety of queer representation also extends into the Korean past, as this volume illustrates.

Beginning with contemporary works of fiction by Kim Bi, Sang Young Park, and Yi Seoyoung and reaching back through the last century, this collection includes works by the canonical authors Yi Kwangsu, Yi Kiyŏng, Ch'oe Chŏnghŭi, and O Chŏnghŭi as well as stories by Yu Sŭngjin and Kim Sunyŏng that have been recovered from archives The introduction places these representations of queerness in their historical and cultural context, explores the sometimes problematic norms found in the stories, and considers the potential these texts hold for destabilizing binaries of sex and gender.

This volume contains the following works: "Yundo ga torawatta" (2017), "Sam-hangnyŏn i-ban" (2016), "Haesut'ang" (2006), "Sanjo" (1970), "I chŏlmang sok e purimch'igo" (1965), "Pom" (1950), selections from the novel Pom (1940), "Ŏnni, chŏn tallara ro" (1933), and "Yun Kwangho" (1918).

DECEMBER 2023

Literary Collections • LGBTQ+ 352 Pages • 5½ x 8½ • MSR

9781603296250 • $40.00 • Trade Paperback

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TEACHING LITERATURE AND WRITING IN PRISONS

New thinking about the role of education in confined environments

As the work of Malcolm X, Angela Y. Davis, and others has made clear, education in prison has enabled people to rethink systems of oppression Courses in reading and writing help incarcerated students feel a sense of community, examine the past and present, and imagine a better future. Yet incarcerated students often lack the resources, materials, information, and opportunity to pursue their coursework, and training is not always available for those who teach incarcerated students. This volume will aid both new and experienced instructors by providing strategies for developing courses, for creating supportive learning environments, and for presenting and publishing incarcerated students' scholarly and creative work. It also suggests approaches to self-care designed to help instructors sustain their work Essays incorporate the perspectives of both incarcerated and nonincarcerated teachers and students, centering critical prison studies scholarship and abolitionist perspectives

This volume contains discussion of Mumia Abu-Jamal's Live from Death Row, Marita Bonner's The Purple Flower, Suzanne Collins's The Hunger Games, Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, and William Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew and Othello.

OCTOBER 2023

Education • Educational Policy & Reform

378 Pages • 6 x 9 • MTD

9781603295901 • $105.00 • Hardcover

9781603295918 • $49.00 • Trade Paperback

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MLA GUIDE TO UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH IN LITERATURE

ELIZABETH BROOKBANK AND H. FAYE CHRISTENBERRY

A guide to help students use research sources in literature and film

What makes a good research topic in a literature class? What does your professor mean by "peer-reviewed" sources? What should you do if you can't find enough material? This approachable guide walks students through the process of research in literary studies, providing them with tools for responding successfully to course assignments.

Written by two experienced librarians, the guide introduces the resources available through college and university libraries and explains how to access the ones a student needs It focuses on research in literature, identifying relevant databases and research guides and explaining different types of sources and the role each plays in researching and writing about a literary text But it also contains helpful information for any student researcher, describing strategies for searching the web to find the most useful material and offering guidance on organizing research and documenting sources with MLA style.

Extensively updated and revised, the second edition emphasizes digital resources that can be accessed remotely, offers critical thinking strategies for evaluating sources, and includes more information on writing about audiovisual as well as written works.

This book contains an introduction and the chapters "Starting the Research Process," "Searching Your Library Discovery System or Catalog," "Searching Subject-Specific Databases," "Searching the Internet," "Finding Reviews," "Using Contextual Primary Sources," "Finding Background Information," "Managing Sources and Creating Your Bibliography," and "Guides to Research in Literature Written in English" as well as a bibliography of sources for studying literature in English and a glossary of terms

NOVEMBER 2023

Reference • Research

144 Pages • 6 x 9 • MSR • 51 figures • 51 figures

9781603296298 • $25.00 • Trade Paperback

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Elizabeth Brookbank is associate professor and instruction librarian at Western Oregon University.

H Faye Christenberry is comparative literature and philosophy librarian at the University of Washington.

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GRADUATE EDUCATION FOR A THRIVING HUMANITIES ECOSYSTEM

New possibilities for graduate study and careers in the humanities

While the humanities remain as necessary as ever, the shrinking academic job market has led scholars to rethink the nature and purpose of graduate school in these fields Highlighting examples of innovative approaches, this volume aims to provide resources and inspiration for a sustainable, thriving, and even joyful future for the humanities.

The essays in this collection offer a framework for doctoral education and postdoctoral careers rooted in concepts of abundance, collaboration, community engagement, and personal well-being. They emphasize the role of the humanities in helping people analyze texts, imagine others' perspectives, make ethical decisions, and sit with ambiguity. They propose graduate programs that respond to student and community needs and lead to a variety of career paths. Finally, they envision opportunities for meaningful, fulfilling work in the service of a larger purpose.

NOVEMBER 2023

Education • Schools

336 Pages • 6 x 9 • MSR

9781603296403 • $105.00 • Hardcover

9781603296410 • $49.00 • Trade Paperback

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TEACHING WORLD EPICS

Essays for teaching ancient and recent epic narratives from around the world

Cultures across the globe have embraced epics: stories of memorable deeds by heroic characters whose actions have significant consequences for their lives and their communities Incorporating narrative elements also found in sacred history, chronicle, saga, legend, romance, myth, folklore, and the novel, epics throughout history have both animated the imagination and encouraged reflection on what it means to be human. Teaching World Epics addresses ancient and more recent epic works from Africa, Europe, Mesoamerica, and East, Central, and South Asia that are available in English translations

Useful to instructors of literature, peace and conflict studies, transnational studies, women's studies, and religious studies, the essays in this volume focus on epics in sociopolitical and cultural contexts, on the adaptation and reception of epic works, and on themes that are especially relevant today, such as gender dynamics and politics, national identity, colonialism and imperialism, violence, and war.

This volume includes discussion of Ludovico Ariosto's Orlando Furioso, Giulia Bigolina's Urania, The Book of Dede Korkut, Luis Vaz de Camões's Os Lusiadas, David of Sassoun, The Epic of Askia Mohammed, The Epic of Gilgamesh, the epic of Sun-Jata, Alonso de Ercilla y Zúñiga's La Araucana, Homer's Iliad and Odyssey, Kalevala, Kebra Nagast, Kudrun, The Legend of Poṉṉivala Nadu, the Mahabharata, Manas, John Milton's Paradise Lost, Mwindo, the Nibelungenlied, Poema de mio Cid, Popol Wuj, the Ramayana, the Shahnameh, Sirat Bani Hilal, Edmund Spenser's The Faerie Queene, Statius's Thebaid, The Tale of the Heike, Three Kingdoms, Gaspar Pérez de Villagrá's Historia de la Nueva México, and Virgil's Aeneid

JULY 2023

Language Arts & Disciplines • Study & Teaching

368 Pages • 6 x 9 • MSR • 1 chart

9781603296175 • $95.00 • Hardcover

9781603296182 • $38.00 • Trade Paperback

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TEACHING COMEDY

Essays on teaching comedy in literature, writing, theater, and cultural studies courses

From Shakespeare to The Simpsons, comedy has long provided both entertainment and social commentary It may critique cultural values, undermine authority, satirize sacred beliefs, and make room for the marginalized to approach the center. Comedy can be challenging to teach, but in the classroom it can help students connect with one another, develop critical thinking skills, and engage with important issues.

The essays in this volume address a rich variety of texts spanning film, television, stand-up, cartoons, and memes as well as conventional literary works from different places and times Contributors offer theoretical foundations and practical methods for a broad range of courses, including guidance on contextualizing the humor of historical works and on navigating the ways that comedy can both subvert and reinforce stereotypes. Finally, the volume argues for the value of comedy in difficult times, as a way to create community and meaning.

This volume contains discussion of fiction, poetry, plays, and essays by Maya Angelou, Jane Austen, Aphra Behn, Hugh Henry Brackenridge, Frances Burney, Charles W. Chesnutt, Roddy Doyle, Maria Edgeworth, Ben Jonson, Anita Loos, Emtithal Mahmoud, Thomas Middleton, Okot p'Bitek, William Shakespeare, Laurence Sterne, Jonathan Swift, Alma Villanueva, Paula Vogel, Oscar Wilde, John Wilmot, and William Wycherley; TV shows and films including Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, The Gold Rush, Life Is Beautiful, The Marvelous Mrs Maisel, The Office, Office Space, Rick and Morty, and South Park; works and stand-up performances by Aziz Ansari, Samantha Bee, Dave Chappelle, Louis C.K., Tina Fey, Moms Mabley, Hasan Minhaj, Eddie Murphy, Trevor Noah, Richard Pryor, Issa Rae, and Wanda Sykes; and visual works and other media including Aaron McGruder's The Boondocks, Bill Watterson's Calvin and Hobbes, Nick Sousanis's Unflattening, Marvel's Hawkeye, The Onion, YouTube videos, advertisements, and memes

AUGUST 2023

Language Arts & Disciplines • Study & Teaching

338 Pages • 6 x 9

• MSR • 1 b&w illus

9781603296144 • $95.00 • Hardcover

9781603296151 • $38.00 • Trade Paperback

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APPROACHESTO TEACHING THE THOUSAND AND ONE NIGHTS

Teaching strategies for one of the world's most widely read collections of stories

The Thousand and One Nights, composed in Arabic from the eighth to the fourteenth centuries, is one of the world's most widely circulated and influential collections of stories To help instructors introduce the tales to students, this volume provides historical context and discusses the many transformations of the stories in a variety of cultures. Among the topics covered are the numerous translations and their impact on the tales' reception; various genres represented by the tales; gender, race, and slavery; and adaptations of the stories in films, graphic novels, and other media across the world and under conditions of both imperialism and postcolonialism The essays serve instructors in subjects like medieval literature, world literature, and Middle and Near Eastern studies and make a case for teaching the Thousand and One Nights in courses on identity and race.

OCTOBER 2023

Language Arts & Disciplines • Study & Teaching

210 Pages • 6 x 9 • MSR

9781603295963 • $85.00 • Hardcover

9781603295970 • $36.00 • Trade Paperback

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THE CANCER PLOT

Terminal Immortality in Marvel's Moral Universe REGINALD WIEBE AND DOROTHY WOODMAN

The Cancer Plot examines the prevalence of cancer in Marvel comics. Reginald Wiebe and Dorothy Woodman engage literature in comics studies, the medical humanities, and graphic medicine to explore representations of this disease in Marvel, focusing on four character case studies: Captain Marvel, Spider-Man, Thor, and Deadpool Cancer, the authors argue, thematically destabilizes moral binaries and symbolizes that which cannot be overcome within a genre replete with magic, mutants, and multiverses Further, Wiebe and Woodman draw from gender theory, disability studies, and cultural theory to demonstrate how representations of cancer in comics enables an examination of power and responsibility, key terms in Marvel's superhero universe. As the only full-length study on cancer in the Marvel universe, The Cancer Plot is an appealing and original work that will be of interest to scholars across the humanities, particularly those working in the health humanities, cultural theory, and literature, as well as avid comics readers.

NOVEMBER 2023

Literary Criticism • Comics & Graphic Novels

376 Pages • 6 x 9 • ISR

9781772127119 • $39.99 • Trade Paperback

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Reginald Wiebe is Associate Professor of English at Concordia University of Edmonton and gratefully lives on Treaty 6 territory. Dorothy Woodman is an Associate Lecturer at the University of Alberta in Edmonton and gratefully lives on Treaty 6 territory.

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ALL SKY, MIRROR OCEAN

A Healing Manifesto

BRAD NECYK, FOREWORD BY NATALIE LOVELESS

All Sky, Mirror Ocean weaves and knots autobiography, researchcreation, and creative philosophy into an exploration of mental illness, healing, and visionary art Looking to uncover and tell new stories about trauma and recovery, visual artist Brad Necyk explores his own histories with Bipolar Affective Disorder and childhood medical trauma alongside those of groups dealing with grief and loss: communities in Iqaluit aggrieved by suicide; head and neck cancer patients in Edmonton; and psychiatric inpatients at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health in Toronto These lived experiences intertwine with scholarship on research-creation, neuroscience, collaboration, and altered states to reveal the understanding and acceptance that comes from acknowledging our deep connections to ideas and emotions, to our environments, to art, and to each other. Filled with art and stream of consciousness writing, the book celebrates the spontaneousemotional mode of creativity Showing deep compassion and wisdom, All Sky, Mirror Ocean hopes to be an exemplar for multimodal researchcreation exploration and artistic fieldwork and is for all readers looking to understand the complex issues around mental illness and healing

JANUARY 2024

Art • Individual Artists

248 Pages • 7½ x 10 • ISR • 56 color illus.

9781772126778 • $39.99 • Trade Paperback

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Brad Necyk is a visual artist and writer whose practice focuses on mental illness, empathy, consciousness, and flourishing. He is a Postdoctoral Fellow at York University. He lives near Victoria, BC

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ALL THE WORLD'SA MALL

RINNY GREMAUD

All the World's a Mall details a whirlwind world tour in five stops: Edmonton, Beijing, Kuala Lumpur, Dubai, and Casablanca, chosen because they are home to some of the biggest malls on the planet Built to contain over-sized leisure and sales activities, these disproportionate shopping malls are cities within cities, wonderlands where visitors come from afar to do everything: walk, eat, sleep, watch, swim, ski, skate, ride, photograph, and, of course, buy. Swiss journalist Rinny Gremaud recounts her travels to and through these fake gold and marble realms, relaying building histories, addressing questions around management and economics, and providing portraits of the patrons, employees, and commercial executives she meets at these "best of the world" centres With a curious, critical, and sometimes ironic eye, Gremaud reflects on the globalized commerce that drives the creation of these mirrored palaces, and on their spectacular and senseless utopic vision of an acculturated world centered on brands and consumption. Informative and thoughtful, exhilarating and exhausting, jet-lagged and always air conditioned, All the World's a Mall is a truly memorable, hallucinatory adventure.

SEPTEMBER 2023

Travel • Essays & Travelogues

144 Pages • 6 x 9 • ITD

9781772127126 • $24.99 • Trade Paperback

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Rinny Gremaud is a journalist who was born in South Korea and now lives and works in Lausanne, Switzerland. This is her first book. Luise von Flotow is a translation studies professor at the University of Ottawa

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THISISHOW YOU START TO DISAPPEAR

ASTRID BLODGETT

ROBERT KROETSCH SERIES

This Is How You Start to Disappear is a new collection of engaging, tension-filled stories interested in the ways we don’t understand each other and how we respond to each other, especially in the midst of change and uncertainty. Focusing on relationships, especially among family and friends, Astrid Blodgett’s stories explore the consequences of grief and denial and single moments that change perceptions, lives, and attachments forever. Crisp prose and unexpected plot twists move relatable characters through vivid outdoor settings and interior depths, orbiting feelings, consent, and care for themselves and one another. A child negotiates adult behaviour when an injured dog is put down An older sister bribes a younger one to go on her first date. A family canoe trip launches from Disaster Point A woman wants to hurl her granddaughter’s birthday cake out the window. This Is How You Start to Disappear shows all the heartbreaking ways we diminish and evolve when coping with change or trauma

AUGUST 2023

Fiction • Short Stories (Single Author)

224 Pages • 5¼ x 9 • ITD

9781772127133 • $24.99 • Trade Paperback

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Astrid Blodgett is a short story writer from Edmonton / amiskwaciwâskahikan Her work has appeared in The Journey Prize Anthology, Meltwater: Fiction and Poetry from the Banff Centre for the Arts, and many Canadian literary magazines. She was short-listed for the Writers' Guild of Alberta Howard O'Hagan Award for Short Story, and her first collection, You Haven't Changed a Bit, was long-listed for a ReLit Award, a runner up for the Danuta Gleed Literary Award, and a finalist for the High Plains Book Award for Short Stories.

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NUMINOUSSEDITIONS

Interiority and Climate Change

TIM LILBURN

With Numinous Seditions, celebrated poet and essayist Tim Lilburn investigates aspects of an interiority appropriate to a time and world irrevocably altered by climate change. How will we be under these new conditions? What inner dispositions might sustain and help us bear the new sorrows of the climate crisis? The book draws from retrieved elements of the West's almost forgotten contemplative tradition in its Platonic, Islamic, Christian, and Zoharic forms. It also explores ideas from modern philosophers Jan Zwicky, Gillian Rose, Dorothy Day and Simone Weil, and from contemporary poetry by Don Domanski, Philip Kevin Paul, Anne Szumigalski and Roberto Harrison. Listening, noticing, reading, stretching our imaginations are all part of an interior stance that can help with the difficult tasks of forming deep relationships with the land, with Indigenous peoples, and with pedagogy itself. Numinous Seditions is for scholars and readers interested in poetry, environmental philosophy, and in the possibility of a contemplative politics.

NOVEMBER 2023

Philosophy • Religious

208 Pages • 6 x 9 • ISR

9781772127102 • $29.99 • Trade Paperback

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Tim Lilburn has published twelve books of poetry, including Kill-site, Assiniboia, The Names, and Harmonia Mundi. His poetry has received the Governor General's Award and the Saskatchewan Book of the Year Award Lilburn has produced three previous books of essays, each concerned with poetics, eros, philosophy and politics, especially environmentalism: Living in the World as if It Were Home (Saskatchewan Non-Fiction Book of the Year), Going Home, and The Larger Conversation He was elected to the Royal Society of Canada in 2014. He lives in Victoria, BC, on the homelands of the SÁNEĆ, Songhees, and Esquimalt Nations

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INDIGENOUSLEGALITIES, PIPELINE VISCOSITIES

Colonial Extractivism and Wet'suwet'en Resistance

TYLER MCCREARY

Indigenous Legalities, Pipeline Viscosities examines the relationship between the Wet'suwet'en nation and pipeline development, showing how colonial governments and corporations seek to control Indigenous claims, and how the Wet'suwet'en resist Tyler McCreary offers historical context for the unfolding relationship between Indigenous peoples and colonialism and explores pipeline regulatory review processes, attempts to reconcile Indigeneity with development, as well as fundamental questions about territory and jurisdiction. Throughout, McCreary demonstrates how the cyclical and ongoing movements between resistance and reconciliation are affected by the unequal relations between Indigenous peoples and colonial government and development operations This book will be of interest to readers interested in Indigenous and Wet'suwet'en politics, as well as the politics of pipeline development. Scholars in geography, environmental studies, political science, law, and Indigenous Studies will benefit from this sophisticated analysis

JANUARY 2024

Political Science • Colonialism & PostColonialism

304 Pages • 6 x 9 • ISR

9781772127041 • $36.99 • Trade Paperback

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CANADA ASA SETTLER COLONYON THE QUESTION OF PALESTINE

Canada as a Settler Colony on the Question of Palestine explores CanadaPalestine relations through a settler colonial lens. The authors argue that there are direct parallels between Canada's settler colonial project and its support for the Israeli settler colonial dispossession of Palestinians. Chapters reflect on community politics and activism, migration, orientalism, and critical race theory Among its unique contributions, the volume provides a fresh look at Canada's foreign policy as informed and shaped by its history of settler colonialism. The collection also illuminates the breadth and depth of Palestinian life in Canada Throughout, the chapters are connected by common themes of settler colonial destruction, dispossession, segregation and otherness, and the accounts of people challenging those processes in search of a better and fairer world This groundbreaking collection will be of interest to scholars in Indigenous Studies, International Relations, Peace and Conflict Studies, Canadian Studies, Palestine Studies, and beyond

Contributors: Samer Abdelnour, Nadia Abu-Zahra, Rachad Antonius, Lina Assi, Mark Muhannad Ayyash, Peige Desjarlais, Randa Farah, Azeezah Kanji, Maurice Jr. Labelle, Nadia Naser-Najjab, Emily Regan Wills, Mira Sucharov, Jeremy Wildeman Foreword by Veldon Coburn

OCTOBER 2023

Social Science • Ethnic Studies

368 Pages • 6 x 9 • ISR

9781772126853 • $44.99 • Trade Paperback

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Jeremy Wildeman is a Fellow at the Human Rights Research and Education Centre at the University of Ottawa. Mark Muhannad Ayyash is Professor of Sociology at Mount Royal University in Calgary.

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THE ELEPHANT HASTWO SETSOF TEETH

Bhutanese Refugees and Humanitarian Governance

ALICE NEIKIRK

This ethnography of Bhutanese refugees reveals how the language of compassion in humanitarianism is used to oppress vulnerable communities and erode their rights Alice Neikirk conducted fieldwork with Bhutanese who fled Bhutan, resided in camps in Nepal, and finally settled in the vastly different culture of Australia. She observes that in accepting the role of humanitarian subjects, refugees must abandon their role as contributors to the nation state and become satisfied with the position of guests. Yet this charitable framework has sufficient cracks to allow for action The Bhutanese found ways to move between the contradictory expectations of refugee-ness as they strive to become citizens. The experiences of the Bhutanese illustrate the complex strands of power that intertwine to limit the scope of people who "deserve compassion " The well-meaning discourse of humanitarianism has become the accepted means to absolve the conscience of global powers as they face increasing evidence of the injustices that nation building causes and that national boundaries sustain. Readers in refugee studies, anthropology, and development studies will be interested in this unique ethnography.

OCTOBER 2023

Social Science • Anthropology

256 Pages • 6 x 9 • ISR

9781772127034 • $32.99 • Trade Paperback

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Alice Neikirk is a Lecturer in the Newcastle School of Law and Justice in Australia

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THE POET & THE BARONESS

W.H. Auden and Stella Musulin, a Friendship MICHAEL O’SULLIVAN

For long periods in history, the Austrian capital found itself on the geographical edge of western civilisation Yet from the 18th century on, Vienna has been a vibrant centre of European culture. This city is the scene of the formidable meeting of the two outstanding intellectuals that are at the core of this book

The warm relationship between W H Auden, the celebrated BritishAmerican poet (1907-1973), and his fellow expatriate, the WelshAustrian journalist, translator and writer Stella Musulin (1915-1996) lasted while Auden resided in the nearby small town of Kirchstetten starting in 1958 It was here that the poet was laid to rest in the autumn of 1973. This book is based on the unpublished letters of Auden to Musulin and her private journals

The study of this inspiring material yields new insights into Auden’s last, prolific, creative period and underscores the ‘Austrian Auden.’ In addition, Michael O’Sullivan pays tribute to the closest ‘Austrian’ friend of the poet Baroness Stella von Musulin was an intellectual whose two books for Faber & Faber are acknowledged as classics: Vienna in the Age of Metternich and Austria: People & Landscape (with a foreword by Auden) The author situates the close relationship of two individuals in the context of Austria’s complex political, social, and cultural history in the Cold War years.

AUGUST 2023

Biography & Autobiography • Literary Figures

300 Pages • 6 x 9 • LTD • 25 photos

9789633866559 • $30.95 • Trade Paperback

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Michael O'Sullivan was a foreign correspondent working for the London Independent in Vienna, Deputy Foreign Editor of Ireland's National Broadcaster RTE, a contributor to The New Statesman, The Financial Times, The Daily Telegraph, The BBC and many others.

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DEMOCRACYFATIGUE

An East European Epidemy CARLOS GARCÍA-RIVERO

Over the early 21st century, democracy worldwide has deteriorated significantly At the same time, new populist forces have appeared that challenge democracies through legal reforms The stark contrast between Eastern and Western Europe in this respect is the focus of this collection of essays

The authors consider the 2008-2012 economic crisis to be at the root of the success of the populist parties and the rise of cultural backlash against liberal values. In turn, European governments’ responses to the crisis mainly austerity measures demanded by IMF and the EU help explain disenchantment with the European Union These policies made the wider public feel that they were being left out of politics, and populist parties promised to return power to them

The contributors argue that polarization of the electorate can set in motion a radicalization that strengthens authoritarians at the expense of democrats. They also demonstrate that Eastern and Western Europe differ in their attitudes to the decline in quality of democracy

The studies consider how satisfied people are with the political changes they witness, and argue that seemingly more authoritarian attitudes in the East explain why people feel more satisfied with a defective democracy that empowers the populist-authoritarian political actors that they support.

JULY 2023

Political Science • Political Ideologies

240 Pages • 6 x 9 • LSR

9789633866399 • $69.00 • Hardcover

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Carlos GarciaRivero is associate professor in Political Science at Valencia University, Spain, and Research Associate at the Centre for International and Comparative Politics, at Stellenbosch University, South Africa

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STATE ANTIINTELLECTUALISM IN FRANCE AND ELSEWHERE

ERIC FASSIN

Eric Fassin examines the trend of State anti-intellectualism in France using the nation as a case study to demonstrate that this tendency is not limited to ostensibly illiberal regimes He argues that today’s world requires an examination of this phenomenon beyond Cold War geopolitical divisions and highlights a global shift towards authoritarian neoliberalism His book is a plea for the political urgency of intellectual work in a global moment of political anti-intellectualism

The book covers the period from President Sarkozy to Prime Minister Valls and includes both firsthand and public cases of attacks against academics, not only in France, but also in Brazil, Hungary, Russia, Turkey, and the United States, with examples of State racism and the argument of the State against antiracism. The book also considers issues of censorship and cancel culture, concluding with Fassin’s firsthand account of attacks on him from the far-right.

OCTOBER 2023

Political Science • Political Ideologies

150 Pages • 5¼ x 7¾ • LSR

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Eric Fassin is Professor of Sociology at Université Paris 8 Vincennes – Saint-Denis

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ANTI-FASCISM IN EUROPEAN HISTORY

Slovenia and the Adriatic Area in Comparative Perspective

The increasing radicalization of political life in most countries in Europe lends special relevance to studies of the antifascist legacies on the continent This insightful collection of essays is an in-depth review of antifascism in Slovenia, setting it in the context of related movements elsewhere in Europe. The period treated by the 19 essays comprises the interwar period, World War Two, and the post-war decades The comparative and transnational perspectives advanced by the volume change our understanding of antifascism.

The essays deal with the right-wing but also left-wing instrumentalization of antifascism, with a particular focus on the communist and post-communist periods The authors point out that antifascism comes in various strains, whether inspired by liberalism, social democracy, communism, monarchism, anarchism, or even Christian conservatism The contributors bring to light several overlooked antifascist actors, campaigns, and organisations, mostly in Slovenia and the Adriatic area.

JULY 2023

Political Science • Political Ideologies

300 Pages • 6 x 9 • LSR

9789633866573 • $90.00 • Hardcover

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Jože Pirjevec is full member of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts and scientific counsellor at the Science and Research Centre, Koper , Slovenia. Egon Pelikan is a member of the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation and head of the Institute for Historical Studies at the Science and Research Centre, Koper, Slovenia. Sabrina P. Ramet is a Professor Emerita at the Norwegian University of Science & Technology (NTNU).

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MORE NIGHTSTHAN DAYS

A Survey of Writings of Child Genocide Survivors YUDIT KISS

More Nights Than Days is a unique exploration of the experience of children who survived the Holocaust including Roma and Sinti victims and the genocides in Cambodia, Rwanda, and Bosnia Children are among the principal victims of armed conflicts and slaughters; nonetheless, they perceive events through the prism of their unique perspective and have a range of coping techniques adults don't possess.

This overview of writings of ninety-one child survivors bears evidence from a wide range of human ruthlessness. The author presents littleknown texts along with famous memoirs and autobiographical fiction, with abundant quotations Many of these are not only compelling as historical testimony, but poetic and stirringly expressive. Yudit Kiss has not written a historical study or literary criticism of the children’s books She explores, instead, what the authors went through and what they felt and understood about their experience. An accessible and captivating reading, this volume presents a close-up, human size dimension of the destruction The books written by child survivors also describe the resources and means that helped them to remain human even in the deepest well of inhumanity, offering precious lessons about resistance and resilience.

APRIL 2023

Political Science • Genocide & War Crimes

400 Pages • 6 x 9 • LSR

9789633866184 • $105.00 • Hardcover

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Yudit Kiss is an independent economic researcher and author She was born and educated in Budapest, Hungary and is currently based in Geneva, Switzerland. She received her M A and Ph D from the Karl Marx University of Economics (at present Corvinus University of Budapest) and has worked in Hungary, Mexico, the United Kingdom and Switzerland

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WOMEN IN ROMANIA'S FIRST WORLD WAR

ALIN CIUPALA

In August 1916 the Kingdom of Romania (Wallachia and Moldova) entered World War One, which by 1918 led to a union with Transylvania and Bessarabia This book considers the contribution of women to the achievement of the Romanian national project, includingthe role of bourgeoisie and middle-class women, the position of women in rural areas, and love, sex, and eroticism in wartime.

Alin Ciupală also presents portraits of feminine personalities, among them Queen Mary with her participation in the organization of campaign hospitals, her role in supplying the civil population with food and necessary goods, and her presence among the soldiers and in foreign propaganda in favor of Romanian causes Another example is Ecaterina Teodoroiu, the only woman in Romania to served as an officer, who died on the battlefield leading soldiers under her command

Beyond women’s contribution to the war, the book examines the effects of World War One on gender roles in Romania . Feminist leaders expected that a wartime ‘training service’ would entitle women to a life withfull rights as citizens Yet after the war, the situation returned to “normal,” and women largely continued to be excluded from the public sphere.

AUGUST 2023

Social Science • Women's Studies

400 Pages • 6 x 9 • LSR

9789633866351 • $111.00 • Trade Paperback

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Alin Ciupală Professor of History at the University of Bucharest

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EXPLAINING MODERN SOCIAL REALITY

The Basic Concepts in Norbert Elias's Figurational Sociology

Few thinkers have contributed more to the understanding of modern civilization than Norbert Elias. Given the significance and relevance of his ideas in explaining social reality, this book seeks to make his complex concepts more accessible.

A biographical account of his life (1897-1990) facilitates the comprehension of Elias’s concepts Elias’s most famous work, “The Civilizing Process”, is the focus of this discussion of his theoretical frameworks, with class structure, the patterns of behavior, and the role of the state as key factors The book also dedicates special treatment to figurational sociology, an important research field linked especially to Elias

Elias was an innovator. He criticized accepted concepts and introduced numerous new constructs (habitus is perhaps the best known) discussed in this book. Respective chapters review Elias’s theory of knowledge, the concept of de-civilization with an emphasis on violence, his analysis of nations and nationalism, and emotions and his focus on shame.

Elias borrowed ideas from iconic figures in philosophy and the social sciences such as Edmund Husserl, Karl Mannheim, Max Weber, Sigmund Freud, and Talcott Parsons This book describes the characteristic way Elias interprets them.

The book concludes with an overview of the most significant critiques of Norbert Elias's work.

OCTOBER 2023

Social Science • Sociology

250 Pages • 6 x 9 • LSR • 4 tables

9789633866610 • $79.00 • Hardcover

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Kire Sharlalamov is professor of Sociology at the International Balkan University Jana Petseska has a master's degree in clinical psychology with work experience at the International Balkan University

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TRANSIT COMMUNITIES AND IMPACT OF MIGRATION

Hungary, 2017-2020 BEATRIX FUTAK-CAMPBELL

The impact of the passage of war refugees on the lives and minds of local residents and officials is the subject of this study.

Between 2017 and 2020, Beatrix Futak-Campbell conducted interviews with over fifty people who live and work near the Hungarian-Serbian border This area was exposed to the unprecedented stream of refugees, most of them seeking safety from the Syrian civil war. The Hungarian government’s hostility to migrants has been widely criticized, and news coverage has tended to reiterate unhelpful characterisations of Hungarian citizens as being anti-migrant, antiMuslim and racist

The situation is, however, more nuanced. There is a substantial difference between the border police, local communities, and organizations, on the one hand, and national politicians and the international media perception of the refugee ‘crisis’, on the other. Those living and working with migrants at the border were caught between the domestic political situation, the plight of the refugees and the international support the latter receive, and the exigencies of their own livelihoods This book explores these communities and their own security concerns.

SEPTEMBER 2023

Social Science • Emigration & Immigration

200 Pages • 6 x 9 • LSR

9789633866375 • $69.00 • Hardcover

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Beatrix Futák-Campbell is an Assistant Professor of International Relations at Leiden University and Marie Curie Fellow at Aberystwyth University.

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THE SOVIET NUCLEAR ARCHIPELAGO

A Historical Geography of Atomic-Powered Communism PER HÖGSELIUS AND ACHIM KLÜPPELBERG

The war in Ukraine, with the exposure of nuclear power stations and the danger of atomic warfare, has made the legacy of the Soviet nuclear sector of critical importance.

The two authors map the Soviet nuclear industry in a shifting historical context, making sense of a complex socio-technical and environmental history. Taking an innovative approach, this book explores the history of atomic power in the former Soviet Union using the spatial dimensions of the nuclear industry as a point of departure. The key concept is that of the archipelago – a network of nuclear islands and facilities spread throughout the Soviet territory, but mutually reliant on each other and densely connected

The story traces the emergence of nuclear science and technology for military and civilian purposes through to the post-Soviet Russian nuclear corporations as providers of resources and technology.

The book explains how nuclear developments in the Soviet Union interacted with processes of environmental and landscape change. The spatial lens offers an analytically fruitful and pedagogically stimulating way to comprehend the nuclear histories of the Soviet Union and its successor states.

AUGUST 2023

History • Europe

150 Pages • 5¼ x 7¾ • LSR • 20

9789633866474 • $21.95 • Trade Paperback

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Per Högselius is Professor of History of Technology at KTH Royal Institute of Technology, Stockholm. Achim Klüppelberg is a doctoral candidate in History of Science, Technology and Environment at KTH Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm.

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BELARUSIAN NATIONBUILDING IN TIMESOF WAR AND REVOLUTION

LIZAVETA KASMACH

The proclamation of Belarusian independence on 25 March 1918, and the rival establishment of the Soviet Belarusian state on 1 January 1919 created two distinct and mutually exclusive national myths, which continue to define contemporary Belarusian society This book examines the processes that resulted in this dual resolution in the context of the First World War and the subsequent Russian Revolutions

Lizaveta Kasmach scrutinizes a variety of factors that affected the formation of the Belarusian national idea, the role of its protagonists, their complex relationships with the Polish and the Lithuanian counterparts, the impact of the German policy, as well as the Russian imperial and later the Bolshevik governments’’ attitude towards the Belarusian national awakening. Based on original archival material, the analysis convincingly demonstrates the divisions within the nationalist movement, both politically between the moderates and socialists, and geographically between German-occupied territory with Vilna as a center versus Russian-controlled territory around Minsk

Besides the case-study of Belarusian nation-building efforts, the book is a contribution to the study of the First World War in East Central Europe, approaching the war and its aftermath as a mobilizational moment in the region

JULY 2023

History • Europe

270 Pages • 6 x 9 • LSR • 2 maps

9789633866337 • $79.00 • Hardcover

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Lizaveta Kasmach is a historian of modern Eastern Europe and a political analyst

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ESCAPING KAKANIA

Eastern European Travels in Colonial Southeast Asia

This book is about fascinating characters - soldiers, doctors, scientists, writers, painters - who traveled from their Eastern European homelands to colonial Southeast Asia Their stories are told by prominent experts in travel writing studies who combine their academic expertise with sensitive antennae for cross-cultural perceptions Kakania refers to the Habsburg Empire and comes from the abbreviation K.u.K. (kaiserlich und königlich).

Due to its civilizational liminality, the diversity of Eastern Europe challenges the binary construct of ""East"" and ""West"" as the fixed opposition of two homogeneous entities Southeast Asia is similarly heterogeneous - ethnically, religiously, and otherwise. The 14 chapters deal with the encounters of Eastern European travelers with the many faces of Southeast Asia The descriptions share an affinity to two regions caught between great empires centred elsewhere, in addition to local power struggles and ideologies that existed long before the era of high imperialism

This broad array of writers and texts expands the scope of travel literature. Some of the essays directly engage with post-colonial studies, contributing to an ongoing critical re-evaluation of eastern European “semi-peripheral” (non-) involvement in colonialism. Others deploy a range of perspectives and narratives that illuminate the plurality of travelers’ positions, without denying the specificity of the Eastern European gaze.

NOVEMBER 2023

History • Europe

390 Pages • 6 x 9 • LSR • 20

9789633866658 • $100.00 • Hardcover

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Jan Mrázek is Associate Professor at the Department of Southeast Asian Studies, National University Singapore.

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FROM BORDERLAND TO BURGENLAND

Science, Geopolitics, Identity, and the Making of a Region FERENC JANKÓ

The area that constitutes the Austrian federal province of Burgenland belonged to the Hungarian part of the Habsburg empire until the end of World War I This book helps us realize that geographical knowledge does not come ready-made. Instead, it is created by knowledge makers: geographers, historians, statisticians etc. This knowledgemaking helped to legitimatize the area transferred between Austria and Hungary, shape the Burgenland identity, and depict its geopolitical role in the rise of national socialism. This book is about how those studying Burgenland, the creators of its geographical knowledge, saw and represented the province. It explores how they grasped the geographical characteristics of the region through their own perspective, influenced by their own professional positions, individual careers, motivations, and by the broader historical and social medium.

The way the area between the provinces of Lower Austria and Styria came about as Burgenland is enthralling, as is how the people there experienced this change of sovereignty and how everyday social and economic relationships were transformed. Tracing the geographical discourses in the interwar period and beyond, the book argues that Burgenland became a successful geographical project, and departs from thoughts of subdivision, unviability, and backwardness, concentrating instead on fertility, unity, and modernization.

OCTOBER 2023

History • Europe

350 Pages • 6 x 9 • LSR • 90 maps, 50 photos

9789633866498 • $100.00 • Hardcover

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Ferenc Jankó is associate professor at the Department of Social and Economic Geography, Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest.

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UKRAINE –PATRONAL DEMOCRACYAND THE RUSSIAN INVASION

The Russia-Ukraine War, Volume One

The Russian invasion of Ukraine in 2022 jeopardizes the country's independence and its chances for western-style development However, the heroic attitude of the Ukrainian people, combined with a solidifying national identity, makes the domestic foundations for a western turn stronger than ever After the invasion, building strong foundations of liberal democracy will be a top priority. In addition to alleviating immediate problems, the country must also address its post-communist legacy and tackle the constraints of patronalism

The authors of this edited volume, leading Ukrainian scholars supplemented by colleagues from Hungary, examine the chances of an anti-patronal transformation after the war. The book provides an overview of the development of Ukraine's political-economic system: color revolutions in 2004 and 2014 brought democratic transformation, but no anti-patronage turn, leading to regime cycles instead of the emergence of a Western-type liberal democracy in the country. Building on the conceptual framework of the editors' The Anatomy of Post-Communist Regimes (CEU Press, 2020), the 12 chapters examine the impact of the war on patronal democracy, the relational economy, clientelist society, and Ukraine's international environment.

NOVEMBER 2023

Political Science

300 Pages • 6 x 9 • LSR

9789633866634 • $30.95 • Trade Paperback

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Bálint Madlovics is a junior research fellow at the CEU Democracy Institute. Bálint Magyar is Research Fellow at the CEU Democracy Institute.

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RUSSIA –IMPERIAL ENDEAVOR AND GEOPOLITICAL CONSEQUENCES

The Russia-Ukraine War, Volume Two

Aside from the near-complete destruction of a sovereign state and reversal of the global balance of power, the Russian invasion of Ukraine in 2022 is leading to a radical transformation in the Eastern European and Eurasian regions – including Russia itself

The 12 chapters in this volume examine the main geopolitical consequences of the resurgent imperialist aspirations of the Russian Federation. They examine the ideological tools of history falsification as an integral part of hybrid warfare. The book discusses how the war and economic sanctions imposed on Russia are redrawing the geopolitical map and how economic relations would change following a regime transformation. The authors examine the reactions of members of the international community to the invasion, whether threatened, neutral parties, or else allies. The collection therefore offers a comprehensive picture of the main consequences of the resurgent imperialist aspirations of the Russian Federation Equipped with the conceptual tools of the analysis with a focus on the patronal features of the political-economic system, the book aims at forecasting the aftermath of the war

This collection complements the book entitled Ukraine: Patronal Democracy and the Russian Invasion, The Russia-Ukraine War, Volume One.

NOVEMBER 2023

Political Science

300 Pages • 6 x 9 • LSR

9789633866511 • $30.95 • Trade Paperback

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Bálint Madlovics is a junior research fellow at the CEU Democracy Institute. Bálint Magyar is Research Fellow at the CEU Democracy Institute.

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AN OLDER AND MORE BEAUTIFUL BELGRADE

A Visual Chronicle of the Miloševic Era

MILETA PRODANOVIC, EDITED BY ROBERT HORVITZ, TRANSLATED BY MARIA MILOJKOVIC

This substantial essay depicts urban collapse in an exceptionally difficult period of the Serbian capital. The author has marshalled facts, reflections, photographs and other imagesto demonstrate the transformation of Belgrade during the Milošević years With the theoretical grounding of cultural anthropology, history studies, culture of memory, history of art, and urbanism, Mileta Prodanović considers changes to the built environment and urban landscape in the city in the 1990s. He covers many visual aspects of life with great ingenuity: shopping centers, unregulated construction and “wild” modifications of buildings, new buildings (broadcasting studios, shops, homes) that do not fit the surroundings, bad taste in home furnishings (camp, kitsch), boondoggles such as the international art center, problematic historical markers like the obelisk of the eternal flame, billboards, store displays, electoral propaganda, graffiti, grave-markers and cemetery memorials, coins and paper money, calendars, beer labels, and even religious icons (and more) All this information is provided with some critique and much implied comparison to past standards.

MAY 2023

Political Science • Political Ideologies

250 Pages • 7 x 10 • LSR • 150 b&w illus.

9789633866306 • $79.00 • Hardcover

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Mileta Prodanović painter, writer and a major cultural figure in Serbia was born in Belgrade. He studied architecture and painting at Belgrade's University of Arts, Faculty of Fine Arts. Prof Prodanović was Serbia's representing artist at the Venice Biennale in 1986. Retired now, the author's last academic positions were as a fulltime professor and Dean of the University of Art, Belgrade. Maria Milojković lives in Belgrade and works as an English/Serbian translator. She has a master's degree in postmodern English literature and is an online content creator for Medium.com A US citizen living in Prague since 1991, Horvitz began visiting Serbia and the other Yugoslav republics in 1993 as the Open Society Institute's regional consultant for electronic media and journalism More recently he has been producing policy studies for the European Commission, the

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POLITICAL VIOLENCE, WAR, AND DEMOCRACY

Few questions are more vital today than whether political institutions are able to deal with three forms of violence – terrorism, violent crime, and war Or, more simply, is democracy working? This books seeks to respond from the perspective of comparative politics and political theory

Matt Qvortrup presents a simple, corroborated theory of the origins of political violence. Elaborating on the propositions contained on his prize-winning research study, he addresses the aptitude of democracy to reduce political violence, the failure of totalitarian regimes to cope with the historic principles of non-aggression, and the reasons that these regimes declare war Through a variety of methods – historical narrative combined with quantitative analyses, his arguments show that more democracy leads to less political violence and less war By addressing subjects ranging from domestic terrorism to Putin’s war in Ukraine, Qvortrup provides a concise primer for those wishing to go behind the headlines

DECEMBER 2023

Political Science • Comparative Politics

120 Pages • 5¼ x 7¾ • LSR • 10 tables

9789633866597 • $17.95 • Trade Paperback

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Matt Qvortrup is Professor of Political Science and International Relations at Coventry University.

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OPEN GOVERNMENT, OPEN DIPLOMACY

Conversations with a Former American Diplomat, M. André Goodfriend ISTVÁN HARGITTAI

André Goodfriend was Deputy Chief of Mission from 2013 to 2015 at the US Embassy in Budapest. In the absence of an ambassador, most of the time he was Chargé d’Affaires Goodfriend represented his country, and for that matter, liberal democracy, in the early period of the increasingly autocratic Orbán regime. This tenure was distinguished by an unusually high public visibility and broad-based popularity This book contains the distilled essence of conversations recorded in the fall of 2015 and in the years after his departure.

Aside from Goodfriend’s reflections on his personal history, the main focus of the deliberations is on open government: its characteristics, preconditions, benefits, and its relation to modern diplomacy The mindset of a democracy-rooted diplomat with a working experience in an increasingly autocratic regime lends a particular perspective to the topics discussed. These topics include the fight against corruption, the protection of civil society, crisis prevention, education, economy, international relations, applied humanities, and the use of the social and traditional media to achieve policy goals.

This book presents modern, “people-friendly” diplomacy in an era in which public officials are increasingly expected to be transparent and engaged.

MAY 2023

Political Science • International Relations

160 Pages • 6 x 9 • LSR • 12 figures

9789633866085 • $21.95 • Trade Paperback

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Istvan Hargittai, PhD, DSc, is a physical chemist, Professor Emeritus (active) of the Budapest University of Technology and Economics.

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LEADERSHIP IN THE TIME OF COVID

The Performance of Four European Governments

The Covid pandemic has put all modern societies to a serious test of resilience. The interdisciplinary research on which this book is based examined how four European governments behaved in these circumstances During the months of the crisis, the team of experts coordinated by the editors of this volume took a close look at the decision-making processes in the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, and Slovakia – the so-called Visegrad Four

The inquiries focused on experiences from the academic, health, economic and social fields The methods of comparison included surveys, interviews, discourse analysis, for which the adaptive leadership theory provided the conceptual framework

The conclusions are both academic and practical. Aside the description of the pandemic responses, the research had a formative dimension: how can an adaptive leadership approach better help societies manage the health and societal impacts of similar challenges? The spectrum of emerging anti-democratic tendencies in the region provided the specific context of the exercise. The four states face varying degrees of democratic backsliding as well as illiberal influences that have affected their response to the pandemic, which gives this research on the Visegrad Four a worldwide resonance.

OCTOBER 2023

Political Science • Public Policy

300 Pages • 6 x 9 • LSR • 16 photos, 17 tables

9789633866450 • $90.00 • Hardcover

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George Hays II is Chair, Department of International Relations, Lecturer in International Relations at the Anglo-American University, Prague. Milada Polišenská is Professor of History at the Anglo-American University, Prague. Joshua M. Hayden is Chair, Department of Social Sciences, Lecturer in Leadership Studies at the Anglo-American University, Prague.

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ART BEYOND BORDERS

Artistic Exchange in Communist Europe (19451989)

GLATIGNY AND PIOTR PIOTROWSKI

LEIPZIG STUDIES ON THE HISTORY AND CULTURE OF EASTCENTRAL EUROPE

This book presents and analyzes artistic interactions both within the Soviet bloc and with the West between 1945 and 1989. During the Cold War the exchange of artistic ideas and products united Europe's avantgarde in a most remarkable way Despite the Iron Curtain and national and political borders there existed a constant flow of artists, artworks, artistic ideas and practices The geographic borders of these exchanges have yet to be clearly defined How were networks, centers, peripheries (local, national and international), scales, and distances constructed? How did (neo)avant-garde tendencies relate with officially sanctioned socialist realism?

The literature on the art of Eastern Europe provides a great deal of factual knowledge about a vast cultural space, but mostly through the prism of stereotypes and national preoccupations. By discussing artworks, studying the writings on art, observing artistic evolution and artists' strategies, as well as the influence of political authorities, art dealers and art critics, the essays in Art beyond Borders compose a transnational history of arts in the Soviet satellite countries in the post war period

MARCH 2023 | NEW IN PAPERBACK

Art • History

510 Pages • 6 x 9 • LSR • 27 b&w illus.

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Jérôme Bazin is associate professor in history of art and history at the University of Paris-Est Pascal Dubourg Glatigny is senior researcher at the Centre national de la recherche scientifique (CNRS), Paris Piotr Piotrowski (19522015) was professor of art history at Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań.

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HIGHER EDUCATION AND THE AMERICAN DREAM

Success and Its Discontents

Marvin Lazerson (professor at the Central European University and the University of Pennsylvania) considers the successes of higher education in the USA and how this has also bred discontent He traces the development of higher education from the last half of the twentieth century, and considers why the expansion occurred, how it became an industry, and the increasing role of education in job attainment, as well as problems like rising costs, debates about the economic worth of higher education, and the decline in its civic, moral, and intellectual purposes He also discusses changes in governance to a more business-like model, the managerial imperatives colleges face, changes to curriculum and research, and reform.

MARCH 2023 | NEW IN PAPERBACK Education • Schools

232 Pages • 6 x 9 • LSR

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Marvin Lazerson is Professor of Higher Education in the School of Public Policy, Central European University and Professor Emeritus at the University of Pennsylvania.

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COCA-COLA SOCIALISM

Americanization of Yugoslav Culture in the Sixties

This book is about the Americanization of Yugoslav culture and everyday life during the nineteen-sixties After falling out with the Eastern bloc, Tito turned to the United States for support and inspiration In the political sphere the distance between the two countries was carefully maintained, yet in the realms of culture and consumption the Yugoslav regime was definitely much more receptive to the American model For Titoist Yugoslavia this tactic turned out to be beneficial, stabilising the regime internally and providing an image of openness in foreign policy.

Coca-Cola Socialism addresses the link between cultural diplomacy, culture, consumer society and politics Its main argument is that both culture and everyday life modelled on the American way were a major source of legitimacy for the Yugoslav Communist Party, and a powerful weapon for both USA and Yugoslavia in the Cold War battle for hearts and minds

Radina Vučetić explores how the Party used American culture in order to promote its own values and what life in this socialist and capitalist hybrid system looked like for ordinary people who lived in a country with communist ideology in a capitalist wrapping Her book offers a careful reevaluation of the limits of appropriating the American dream and questions both an uncritical celebration of Yugoslavia's openness and an exaggerated depiction of its authoritarianism

MARCH 2023 | NEW IN PAPERBACK

History • Europe

362 Pages • 6 x 9 • LSR • 32 illus.

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Radina Vučetić is Associate Professor at the General Modern History Department of History at the University of Belgrade. John K. Cox is professor at North Dakota State University in Fargo

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TRAVELER, SCHOLAR, POLITICAL ADVENTURER

A Transylvanian Baron at the Birth of Albanian Independence: The memoirs of Franz Nopcsa

FRANZ NOPCSA, EDITED BY ROBERT ELSIE, TRANSLATED BY

The Austro-Hungarian aristocrat of Transylvanian origin, Baron Franz Nopcsa (1877-1933), was one of the most adventuresome travelers and scholars of Southeast Europe in the early decades of the twentieth century He was also a paleontologist of renown and a noted geologist of the Balkan Peninsula : many of his assumptions have been confirmed by science.

The Memoirs of this fascinating figure deal mainly with his travels in the Balkans, and specifically in the remote and wild mountains of northern Albania, in the years from 1903 to 1914 They thus cover the period of Ottoman Rule, the Balkan Wars and the outbreak of the First World War. Nopcsa was a keen adventurer who hiked through regions of northern Albania With time, he became a leading expert in Albanian studies. He was also deeply involved in the politics of the period. In 1913, Nopcsa even offered himself as a candidate for the vacant Albanian throne.

The Introduction also tells of Nopcsa's tragic death: he shot his Albanian secretary and partner before killing himself. The memoirs themselves reveal some references to his homosexuality for those who can read between the lines

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The Austro-Hungarian aristocrat of Transylvanian origin, Baron Franz Nopcsa (1877–1933), was one of the most adventuresome travellers and scholars of south-eastern Europe in the early decades of the twentieth century He was also a palaeontologist of renown and a noted geologist of the Balkan Peninsula. Robert Elsie is a writer, translator, interpreter, and specialist in Albanian studies. He is the author of over sixty books and countless articles on Albanian literature, history, and folk culture.

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ALONG UKRAINE'SRIVER A Social and Environmental History of the Dnipro ROMAN ADRIAN CYBRIWSKY

The River Dnipro (formerly better known by the Russian name of Dnieper) is intimately linked to the history and identity of Ukraine. Cybriwsky discusses the history of the river, from when it was formed and its many uses and modifications by human agencies from ancient times to the present

From key vantage points along the river's course—its source in western Russia, through Belarus and Ukraine, to the Black Sea interesting stories shed light on past and present life in Ukraine. Scenes set along the river from Russian and Ukrainian literature are evoked, as well as musical compositions and works of art. Topics include the legacy of the region's cultural ancestors as the Kyivan Rus, the period of Cossack dominion, the epic battles for the river's bridges in World War II, the building of dams and huge reservoirs by the Soviet Union, and the crisis of Chornobyl (Chernobyl). The author argues that the Dnipro and the farmlands along it are Ukraine's chief natural resources, and that the country's future depends on putting both to good use.

Written without academic pretence in an informal style with dashes of humor, Along Ukraine's River is illustrated with original line drawings, maps, and photographs.

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History • Russia & The Former Soviet Union

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Roman Adrian Cybriwsky is senior professor of Geography and Urban Studies He has been at Temple University since 1972, and for many years was dean at the university's campus in Tokyo, Japan He is the author of Kyiv, Ukraine: The City of Domes and Demons from the Collapse of Socialism to the Mass Uprising of 2013–2014 (Amsterdam University Press, 2014)

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HUNGARYIN THE COLD WAR, 1945-1956

Between the United States and the Soviet Union LÁSZLÓ BORHI

Based on new archival evidence, examines Soviet Empire building in Hungary and the American response to it. Hungary was not important enough to resist the Soviets, its democratic opposition failed to win American sympathy, the US simply had no leverage over the Soviets, who sacrificed cooperation with the West for a closed sphere in Eastern Europe. The imposition of a Stalinist regime assured Hungary's unconditional loyalty to Soviet imperial needs Unlike the GDR, Eastern Europe was never considered a bargaining chip for bettering relations with the West

The book analyzes why, given all its idealism and power, the US failed even in its minimal aims concerning the states of Eastern Europe. Eventually both powers pursued power politics: the Soviets in a naked form, the US subtly, but both with little regard for the fate of Hungarians

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László Borhi is Associate Professor at the Central Eurasian Studies Department, Indiana University, Bloomington.

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SELF-FINANCING GENOCIDE

The Gold Train, the Becher Case and the Wealth of Hungarian Jews

GÁBOR KÁDÁR AND ZOLTÁN VÁGI

Discusses the process of the economic annihilation of the Jews in Hungary, who– from the economic point of view – were more influential than any other Jewish community in Europe. Following the German occupation in March 1944 the collaborating Hungarian government attempted to assert its claim concerning the complete confiscation of Jewish assets at all stages of the road leading to the extermination camps The cooperation with the Germans proved to be the most problematic in this area

The story of the Jewish Gold Train is a relatively small but all the more emblematic chapter of the economic annihilation. The circumstances of the freight's assembling, the German-Hungarian conflicts concerning the train, the looting attempts, the fate of the assets seized by the Allies (double victimization of the survivors) provide the reader with an insight into the history of the repeated looting of the Hungarian Jewry

The book analyzes the role played by SS-Obersturmbannführer Kurt Becher, one of the most controversial and mysterious figures in the Hungarian and universal history of the Holocaust. Becher, delegated to Hungary by Himmler, administered and benefited from the confiscation of an enormous amount of Jewish assets.

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Gábor Kádár received his Ph.D. from Debrecen University, Hungary in 2004 Zoltán Vági received his Ph.D. from the Eötvös Loránd University of Budapest, Hungary in 2003.

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FROM SOCIALISM TO CAPITALISM

Eight Essays

JANOS KORNAI

Eight essays connected by various common strands The most important one is the community of the main subject-matter: socialism, capitalism, democracy, change of system. These four expressions cover four phenomena of great and comprehensive importance. Each piece in the book deals with these and the connections between them

One of the Leitmotifs is the "capitalism/socialism" pair of opposites

Capitalism has a history of several hundred years, while the socialist regime existed only for a few decades But this pair of opposites was central to the history of the twentieth century This antagonism put its stamp on political thinking, on the foreign policy and military preparedness of every country, and on some appallingly destructive armed conflicts All these had great secondary influence on each country's economic development and the standard of living and disposition of its inhabitants.

None of the studies is confined to one country not to Hungary or to any other Each tries to embrace the problems common to greater units. However, the greater unit comprehended is not the same in each study. One may deal with the capitalist or socialist system in general, another will all the post-socialist countries, and a third the Central East European region. But all extend the analysis beyond the borders of one country.

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János Kornai is Professor Emeritus of Harvard University, Permanent Fellow Emeritus of Collegium Budapest, Institute for Advanced Study and Distinguished Research Professor of Central European University, Budapest He is member of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences and of several foreign academies.

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TEN YEARSAFTER

A

History

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Desegregation

in Central and Eastern Europe

The volume presents the results collated in the frames of the fact finding project led by the editor The analysis includes the examination of a large number of legal documents and policy statements issued by national authorities and the international community on the matter A critical overview is also made about the various Roma-specific political campaigns on national and European scale. The second half of the book contains interviews with activists that assumed a leading role in school desegregation These testimony pieces have been critically reviewed by educational and policy analysts from the concerned countries

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Dr. Iulius Rostas is a Visiting Professor at the Romani Studies Program Between August 2016 and July 2019, he served as Chair of Romani Studies/Assistant Professor at Central European University in Budapest

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VOICESIN THE SHADOWS

Women and Verbal Art in Serbia and Bosnia CELIA HAWKESWORTH

Women are conspicuously absent from traditional cultural histories of south-east Europe. This book addresses that imbalance by describing the contribution of women to literary culture in the Orthodox/ Ottoman areas of Serbia and Bosnia

The first complete literary history in relation to women's writing in south-east Europe. The author provides a broad chronological account of this contribution, dividing the book into two main parts; the earlier period up until the eighteenth century concentrates on the projections of gender through the medium of oral tradition and the lives of a handful of educated women in medieval Serbia and the few works of literature they left Hawkesworth also looks at the written literature produced by women, first in the mid-nineteenth century and then at the turn of the century. The second part focuses on the trials and tribulations that affected feminism and women's literature throughout the twentieth century The author finishes by highlighting the new women's movement, 1975-1990, a great period for women in Yugoslavia which created a stimulating atmosphere for outstanding pieces of women's journalism, prose and verse, culminating in the creation of new women's studies courses in many universities.

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Celia Hawkesworth is Professor of Serbian and Croatian Studies at the School of Slavonic and East European Studies, University of London.

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SECULARISM AND ITS AMBIGUITIES

CARLO GINZBURG

In the best micro-historical tradition, Carlo Ginzburg, himself one of the founders and icons of this genre of historiography, dissects four moments of European intellectual history This book relives the experience that participants in the Natalie Zemon Davis Lecture Series at the Budapest campus of Central European University had in 2019 listening to Ginzburg's eloquent and engaging discourses For the purposes of this volume he has re-edited and completed the leporello of cases charged with the inherent ambiguity between secularism and religions

Secularism is often identified with rejection or at least distancing from the sacred However, if one assumes that secularism also appropriates and reworks the sacred, its ambiguities come to the fore. The dilemma accompanies the reception of La Boétie's Servitude volontaire between 1574 and today Before Walter Benjamin, the lesser-known 19thcentury Léon de Laborde defended the profanity of reproducing the arts The tension around the secular pervades the case of the Collège de Sociologie (Paris, 1937-1939), an attempt to analyze the ideological components of fascism. The fourth lecture approaches a muchdiscussed contemporary phenomenon – fake news – from a long-term perspective. To what extent are some disturbing features of the world we live in the result of a long, tortuous, unpredictable trajectory?

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Garlo Ginzburg is the professor emeritus in History of European Cultures in Scuola Normale Superiore in Pisa, Italy. He has also taught at the UCLA as the Franklin D. Murphy professor of Italian Renaissance Studies His research interests include Italian renaissance and early modern European history.

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INDEX

A Brief History of History, 85

A Century of Queer Korean Fiction, critical edition, 136

A Flame Called Indiana, 93

A Gift of Time, 27

A Guide to Sky Monsters, 92

Abraham Lincoln, 8

African Cinema, 112

African Cinema, 113

African Cinema, 114

After the Gulag, 103 After the Roundup, 86

All Sky, Mirror Ocean, 145

All the World's a Mall, 146

Allegorical Moments, 76

Along Ukraine's River, 174

Amish Women and the Great Depression, 57

An Older and More Beautiful Belgrade, 166

Animal Musicalities, 80

Anti-fascism in European History, 155

Approaches to Teaching the Thousand and One Nights, 143

Art beyond Borders, 170

Be Brave to Things, 79

Belarusian Nation-Building in Times of War and Revolution , 161

Black Scholarship in a White Academy, 46

Blissful Blindness, 104

Can Schools Save Democracy? Civic Education and the Common Good, 47

Canada as a Settler Colony on the Question of Palestine, 150

Catalonia's Human Towers, 121

Centers for Teaching and Learning, 44

Coca-Cola Socialism, 172

Collapse and Resiliency, 40

Collecting Shakespeare, 19

Colonial Distance and Fellow Feeling, 162

Comics and Conquest, 56

Composing Aid, 107

Connections Are Everything, 43

Constitutional Inquisitors, 53

Courageous Well-Being for Nurses, 28

Courteous Capitalism, 58

COVID-19 and Pandemics in Austrian History

(Contemporary Austrian Studies, vol. 32), 133

Curing Cancerphobia, 29

Dance History(s), 77

Death in Custody, 3

Defending Democracy in an Age of Sharp Power, 60 Democracy Fatigue, 153 Digitizing Diagnosis, 36 Divine Money, 125 Do I Know You? From Face Blindness to Super Recognition, 30 Dreams, 16

Electric Indiana, 89

Energizing Neoliberalism, 54 Esfinge, 135

Explaining Modern Social Reality, 158

Fierce Elegy, 70 Folk Art, 96

Francophone African Women

Documentary Filmmakers, 111 Friendship, 115

Frogs of the United States and Canada, second edition, 61

From Empire to Anthropocene, 64

From Socialism to Capitalism, 177

Global Human Smuggling, 41 Good Night, Indiana University, 90

Graduate Education for a Thriving Humanities Ecosystem, 140

Han'guk ŭi k'wiŏ munhak, 137

Harlem World, 10

Healing the Traumatized Brain, 26

Health Plans Unmasked, 37 Higher Education and the American Dream, 171 Home after Fascism, 100

How Writing Made Us Human, 3000 BCE to Now, 11

Humor and Power in Algeria, 1920 to 2021, 120

Hungary in the Cold War, 1945-1956, 175

I Dread the Thought of the Place, 52

In the Land of Marvels, 66 Indecent Detroit, 126

Independent Africa, 117 Indigenous Legalities, Pipeline Viscosities, 149

Introduction to US Health Policy, 33

Jacqueline Kahanoff, 98

Jews, Race, and the Politics of Difference, 105

Kells, 131

Leadership in the Time of Covid, 169

Leveraging the EducationHealth Connection, 38

Liar in a Crowded Theater, 4 Liquid Dessert, 81 mahogany, 71

Mary Ann Shadd Cary, 106 Medicine without Meds, 35

Missouri, 84

MLA Guide to Undergraduate Research in Literature, second edition, 139

More Nights than Days, 156

Nothing But Nets, 34

Numinous Seditions, 148 On Inception, 116

Open Government, Open Diplomacy, 168

Ornaments and Other

Ambiguous Artifacts from Franchthi, 122

Pilgrims of the Upper World, 132

Policing Pregnant Bodies, 6

Political Camerawork, 127

Political Violence, War, and Democracy, 167

Portraits of Empires, 99

Purity and Identity in Ancient Judaism, 119

Queer Arrangements, 73

Questions, 17

Reorienting the Middle East, 128

Report Cards, 45

Rights and Responsibilities in Rural South Africa, 123

Russia, 165

Ruth Blau, 97

Schubert's Instrumental Music and Poetics of Interpretation, 108

Scientific Collaboration, 63

Selected Poems of Calvin C. Hernton, 72

Self-Financing Genocide, 176

Sexual Behavior in the Human Male, 94

Sphinx, 134

STEM Education in Underserved Schools, 48

Sukun, 68

Sunset Cluster, 88

Teaching Comedy, 142

Teaching Literature and

Writing in Prisons, 138

Teaching World Epics, 141

Technology in Southeast Asian History, 59

Ten Years After, 178

Tenement Nation, 95

Terminus, 55

The Allergy-Friendly Cookbook, 82

The Belarusian Shtetl, 101

The Cancer Plot, 144

The Chase and Ruins, 7

The Complete Guide to Breast Reconstruction, 25

The Conversation on Guns, 15

The Counting House, 130

The Deadly Rise of Antiscience, 5

The Elephant Has Two Sets of Teeth, 151

The Empire of Illusion, 91

The Expert Guide to Fertility, 23

The Faculty Lounge, 83

The Foot Book, 24

The Future Is in Your Hands, 124

The Geographical Discovery of Burgenland, 163

The Land Is Sung, 74

The Life of Music in South India, 75

The Living Art of Violin Playing, 110

The Lupus Encyclopedia, 22

The Original 1939 Notebook of a Return to the Native Land, 78

The Pennsylvania Railroad, 87

The Pianist's Bookshelf, Second Edition, 109

The Poet & the Baroness, 152

The Politics of Crisis-Making, 129

The Power of Placebos, 31

The Public Health Approach, 39

The Rise and Fall of Synanon, 20

The Ruins of Nostalgia, 69

The Sound of Writing, 65

The Soviet Nuclear Archipelago, 160

The State of AntiIntellectualism, 154

The Truth about College Admission, 9

Things That Go Bump in the Universe, 12

This Is How You Start to Disappear, 147

Transcripts of the Sacred in Nigeria, 118

Transit Communities and Impact of Migration, 159

Traveler, Scholar, Political Adventurer, 173

Ukraine, 164

Vaccine Wars, 49

Violent Space, 102

Voices in the Shadows, 179

Voices of Campus Sexual Violence Activists, 50 We Wait for a Miracle, 14

Welfare, 18

What's Hidden Inside Planets?, 13

Wildlife Disease and Health in Conservation, 62

Women in Romania's First World War, 157

Wrong, 2

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HOME AFTER FASCISM

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PORTRAITSOF EMPIRES

1min
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JACQUELINE KAHANOFF

1min
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RUTH BLAU A Life of Paradox and Purpose

1min
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FOLK ART

1min
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TENEMENT NATION

1min
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SEXUAL BEHAVIOR IN THE HUMAN MALE

1min
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A FLAME CALLED INDIANA

1min
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A GUIDE TO SKYMONSTERS

1min
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THE EMPIRE OF ILLUSION

1min
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GOOD NIGHT, INDIANA UNIVERSITY

1min
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ELECTRIC INDIANA

1min
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SUNSET CLUSTER A Shortline Railroad Saga

1min
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THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD

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AFTER THE ROUNDUP

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A BRIEF HISTORYOF HISTORY

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MISSOURI Where the Rivers Run

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THE ALLERGY-FRIENDLY COOKBOOK

1min
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LIQUID DESSERT

1min
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ANIMAL MUSICALITIES

1min
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BE BRAVE TO THINGS

1min
page 80

THE ORIGINAL 1939

1min
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DANCE HISTORY(S)

1min
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ALLEGORICAL MOMENTS

1min
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THE LIFE OF MUSIC IN SOUTH INDIA

1min
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THE LAND ISSUNG

1min
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QUEER ARRANGEMENTS

1min
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SELECTED POEMSOF CALVIN

2min
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MAHOGANY

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FIERCE ELEGY

1min
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THE RUINSOF NOSTALGIA

1min
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SUKUN New and Selected Poems

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IN THE LAND OF MARVELS

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THE SOUND OF WRITING

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FROM EMPIRE TO ANTHROPOCENE

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SCIENTIFIC COLLABORATION

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WILDLIFE DISEASE AND HEALTH IN CONSERVATION

1min
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FROGSOF THE UNITED STATESAND CANADA

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DEFENDING DEMOCRACYIN AN AGE OF SHARP POWER

1min
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TECHNOLOGYIN SOUTHEAST ASIAN HISTORY SUZANNE MOON TECHNOLOGY

1min
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COURTEOUSCAPITALISM

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AMISH WOMEN AND THE GREAT DEPRESSION

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COMICSAND CONQUEST

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TERMINUS

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ENERGIZING NEOLIBERALISM

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CONSTITUTIONAL INQUISITORS

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IDREAD THE THOUGHT OF THE PLACE

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VOICESOF CAMPUSSEXUAL VIOLENCE ACTIVISTS

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Two-Hundred-Year Fight for School Vaccinations

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STEM EDUCATION IN UNDERSERVED SCHOOLS

1min
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CAN SCHOOLSSAVE DEMOCRACY?

1min
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BLACK SCHOLARSHIP IN A WHITE ACADEMY

1min
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REPORT CARDS A Cultural History

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CENTERSFOR TEACHING AND LEARNING

1min
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CONNECTIONSARE EVERYTHING

1min
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GLOBAL HUMAN SMUGGLING

1min
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COLLAPSE AND RESILIENCY

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THE PUBLIC HEALTH APPROACH

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LEVERAGING THE EDUCATION-HEALTH CONNECTION

1min
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HEALTH PLANSUNMASKED A Physician's Guide to Working with Health Insurers

1min
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DIGITIZING DIAGNOSIS

1min
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MEDICINE WITHOUT MEDS

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NOTHING BUT NETS A Biography of Global Health Science and Its Objects

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INTRODUCTION TO US HEALTH POLICY

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THE POWER OF PLACEBOS

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DO IKNOW YOU?

1min
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CURING CANCERPHOBIA

1min
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COURAGEOUSWELL-BEING FOR NURSES

1min
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A GIFT OF TIME

1min
page 28

HEALING THE TRAUMATIZED BRAIN

1min
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THE COMPLETE GUIDE TO BREAST RECONSTRUCTION

1min
page 26

THE FOOT BOOK

1min
page 25

THE EXPERT GUIDE TO FERTILITY

1min
page 24

THE LUPUSENCYCLOPEDIA

1min
page 23

THE RISE AND FALL OF SYNANON

1min
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COLLECTING SHAKESPEARE

1min
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WELFARE CARSTEN JENSEN

1min
page 19

QUESTIONS PIA

1min
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DREAMS MELANIE GILLESPIE ROSEN

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THE CONVERSATION ON GUNS

1min
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WE WAIT FOR A MIRACLE

1min
page 15

WHAT'SHIDDEN INSIDE PLANETS?

1min
page 14

THINGSTHAT GO BUMP IN THE UNIVERSE

1min
page 13

HOW WRITING MADE US HUMAN, 3000BCE TO NOW WALTER STEPHENS INFORMATION CULTURES

1min
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HARLEM WORLD

1min
page 11

THE TRUTH ABOUT COLLEGE ADMISSION

1min
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ABRAHAM LINCOLN A Life

1min
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THE CHASE AND RUINS

1min
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POLICING PREGNANT BODIES

1min
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THE DEADLYRISE OF ANTISCIENCE

1min
page 6

LIAR IN A CROWDED THEATER

1min
page 5

DEATH IN CUSTODY

1min
page 4

WRONG

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