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A 36-Hour Day Book Series When Someone You Know Is Living in a Dementia Care Community Words to Say and Things to Do

Rachael Wonderlin A guide to help family and friends navigate the emotional and practical challenges they face when someone they love is living in community care. 2016

224 pp., 1 line drawing

978-1-4214-2065-3 $16.95 paperback

A Loving Approach to Dementia Care Making Meaningful Connections with the Person Who Has Alzheimer’s Disease or Other Dementia or Memory Loss second edition

Laura Wayman A special guide helping caregivers stay warmly connected with their loved ones who have memory loss. 2017

168 pp.

978-1-4214-2228-2 $18.95 paperback

Forthcoming Making Tough Decisions about End-of-Life Care in Dementia Anne Kenny, MD 2018

224 pp.

978-1-4214-2667-9 paperback

Through the Seasons

Creative Engagement

Activities for MemoryChallenged Adults and Their Caregivers second edition

Activities for People with Dementia

Cynthia R. Green and Joan Beloff

Rachael Wonderlin, MS, Constantine G. Lyketsos, M.D., M.H.S., and Andrea Nelson, R.N.

2019

2019

96 pp., 40 color photos

paperback

240 pp., 50 b&w illus.

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Eisenhower Becoming the Leader of the Free World

Louis Galambos How a small-town boy from Kansas became the leader of the free world. 2017

296 pp., 14 halftones, 1 map

978-1-4214-2504-7 $26.95 hardcover

The Kremlinologist Llewellyn E Thompson, America’s Man in Cold War Moscow

Jenny Thompson and Sherry Thompson An Owl in a Hawk’s World: Top diplomat Llewellyn E Thompson was everywhere the Cold War was. Johns Hopkins Nuclear History and Contemporary Affairs Martin J. Sherwin, Series Editor 2018

600 pp., 48 b&w photos

978-1-4214-2454-5 $39.95 paperback

The Ruin of J. Robert Oppenheimer And the Birth of the Modern Arms Race

Priscilla J. McMillan foreword by Martin J. Sherwin, coauthor of the Pulitzer Prize–winning American Prometheus

The true story of the government conspiracy to bring down J. Robert Oppenheimer, America’s most famous scientist. Johns Hopkins Nuclear History and Contemporary Affairs Martin J. Sherwin, Series Editor 2018

416 pp., 23 b&w photos

978-1-4214-2567-2 $29.95 paperback

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Common Core National Education Standards and the Threat to Democracy

Nicholas Tampio How the Common Core standardizes our kids’ education—and how it threatens our democracy. 2018

216 pp., 1 halftone, 3 line drawings

978-1-4214-2463-7 $24.95 hardcover

How to Run a College A Practical Guide for Trustees, Faculty, Administrators, and Policymakers

Brian C. Mitchell and W. Joseph King “Everyone involved in running a college, from the president and trustees to faculty and alumni, would benefit from reading, and studying, How to Run a College.” —Edward L. Ayers, President Emeritus, University of Richmond, and Weinstein International Center 2018

216 pp., 4 graphs

978-1-4214-2477-4 $27.95 paperback

Measuring Success

Testing, Grades, and the Future of College Admissions

edited by Jack Buckley, Lynn Letukas, and Ben Wildavsky Leading experts on both sides of the debate weigh in on the efficacy of standardized tests. 2017

344 pp., 49 graphs

978-1-4214-2496-5 $49.95 hardcover

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Diversifying Digital Learning Online Literacy and Educational Opportunity

edited by William G. Tierney, Zoë B. Corwin, and Amanda Ochsner How does the digital divide affect the teaching and learning of historically underrepresented students? Tech.edu: A Hopkins Series on Education and Technology 2018

232 pp., 8 halftones, 2 line drawings

978-1-4214-2435-4 $44.95 hardcover

Chance Particulars A Writer’s Field Notebook for Travelers, Bloggers, Essayists, Memoirists, Novelists, Journalists, Adventurers, Naturalists, Sketchers, and Other Note-Takers and Recorders of Life

Sara Mansfield Taber Illustrated by Maud Taber-Thomas

An essential guide for writers on how to record and use rich detail to enliven their work. 2018

144 pp., 29 line drawings

978-1-4214-2508-5 $19.95 paperback

Cyberformalism Histories of Linguistic Forms in the Digital Archive

Daniel Shore A groundbreaking study of how abstract linguistic signs circulate in literature, intellectual history, and popular culture. 2018

320 pp.

978-1-4214-2550-4 $49.95 hardcover

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Writing to the World Letters and the Origins of Modern Print Genres

Rachael Scarborough King Letters played a foundational role in facilitating the rise of print and popularizing new modes of writing in the long eighteenth century. 2018

272 pp., 6 halftones, 3 maps

978-1-4214-2548-1 $44.95 hardcover

Plane Crash The Forensics of Aviation Disasters

George Bibel and Captain Robert Hedges Melding a pilot’s practical view of life in the cockpit with the aeronautical expertise of an engineer to give readers an insider look at plane crashes. 2018

328 pp., 15 b&w photos, 50 line drawings

978-1-4214-2448-4 $29.95 hardcover

The Problem with Pilots How Physicians, Engineers, and Airpower Enthusiasts Redefined Flight

Timothy P. Schultz An illuminating look at how human vulnerability led to advances in aviation technology. 2018

280 pp., 10 halftones

978-1-4214-2479-8 $44.95 hardcover

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Instrumental Intimacy EEG Wearables and Neuroscientific Control

Melissa M. Littlefield A critical examination of the rise of wearable EEG monitors. 2018

176 pp., 12 halftones

978-1-4214-2465-1 $44.95 hardcover

Moralizing the Market How Gaullist France Embraced the US Model of Securities Regulation

Yves-Marie Péréon A novel historical perspective on how stock markets influence each other internationally. 2018

224 pp.

978-1-4214-2485-9 $64.95 hardcover

Northern Italy in the Roman World From the Bronze Age to Late Antiquity

Carolynn E. Roncaglia An in-depth study of how the Roman Empire influenced life, culture, and politics in northern Italy. 2018

256 pp., 10 halftones, 4 maps

978-1-4214-2519-1 $44.95 hardcover

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Walker’s Mammals of the World Monotremes, Marsupials, Afrotherians, Xenarthrans, and Sundatherians

Ronald M. Nowak A favorite since 1964, this premier reference guide on mammals has been thoroughly updated and expanded. 2018

784 pp., 508 color photos

978-1-4214-2467-5 $99.95 hardcover

Smilodon The Iconic Sabertooth

edited by Lars Werdelin, H. Gregory McDonald, and Christopher A. Shaw The definitive reference on these iconic Pleistocene mammals, Smilodon will be cited by researchers for decades to come. 2018 240 pp. 39 b&w photos, 1 map, 14 graphs, 16 color plates

978-1-4214-2556-6 $110.00 hardcover

The Sting of the Wild Justin O. Schmidt “[Schmidt’s] low-down on sting biochemistry and physiology is relentlessly zestful, even as he recounts the swelling, burning consequences of his curiosity.”—Nature 2016

280 pp., 13 color plates

978-1-4214-2564-1 $19.95 paperback Japanese, Chinese, audio rights sold.

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HAYDEN WHITE JHUP author, influential scholar of history and literary criticism

Metahistory 40th anniversary edition 978-1-4214-1560-4 Rights sold in Chinese, German, Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish Previous translations Czech, Korean, Lithuanian, Russian, Serbian, Turkish

Tropics of Discourse 978-0-8018-2741-9 Rights sold in German, Japanese, Spanish Previous translations Arabic, Chinese, Czech, Greek, Portuguese

The Content of Form 978-0-8018-4115-6 Rights sold in Arabic, Chinese, Turkish Previous translations German, Japanese, Spanish

Figural Realism 978-0-8018-6524-4 Rights sold in German, Spanish

The Fiction of Narrative 978-0-8018-9480-0 Previous translations Chinese, Spanish

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