HISTORY Spring 2020
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A Primer for Teaching Paciﬁc Histories
Eastern Europe and the Postcolonial World Edited by James Mark, Artemy M. Kalinovsky & Steffi Marung
Ten Design Principles Matt K. Matsuda
Design Principles for Teaching History May 2020 128pp 9781478008477 £18.99/$22.95 PB 9781478007951 £73.00/$84.95 HB DUKE UNIVERSITY PRESS
March 2020 440pp 9780253046512 £41.00/$48.00 PB 9780253046505 £86.00/$100.00 HB INDIANA UNIVERSITY PRESS
A guide for college and high school teachers who are teaching Paciﬁc histories for the ﬁrst time, teachers who want to reinvigorate their courses, future teachers preparing their own syllabi, and teachers who want to incorporate Paciﬁc histories into their world history courses.
This collection is the ﬁrst to explore alternative forms of globalization across the socialist world during the Cold War.
Between Containment and Rollback
The Politics of History in Saudi Arabia Rosie Bsheer
The United States and the Cold War in Germany Christian F. Ostermann
Stanford Studies in Middle Eastern and Islamic Societies and Cultures June 2020 320pp 9781503612570 £22.99/$28.00 PB 9781503605183 £77.00/$90.00 HB STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
Cold War International History Project June 2020 416pp 9781503606784 £39.00/$45.00 HB STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
Based on recently declassiﬁed documents from American, Russian, and German archives, this book tells the story of U.S. policy toward East Germany from 1945 to 1953.
With this book, Rosie Bsheer explores the increasing secularization of the postwar Saudi state and how it manifested in assembling a national archive and reordering urban space in Riyadh and Mecca.
Between Iran and Zion
Jewish Histories of TwentiethCentury Iran Lior B. Sternfeld
Aryan Cults, Esoteric Nazism, and the Politics of Identity Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke
March 2020 208pp 9781503613638 £19.99/$24.00 NIP STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
July 2003 371pp 9780814731550 £23.99/$29.00 PB 9780814731246 £77.00/$89.00 HB NEW YORK UNIVERSITY PRESS
Iran is home to the largest Jewish population in the Middle East, outside of Israel. At its peak in the twentieth century, the population numbered around 100,000; today about 25,000 Jews live in Iran. Oﬀers the ﬁrst history of this vibrant community over the course of the last century, from the 1905 Constitutional Revolution through the 1979 Islamic Revolution.
Examines neofascist ideology, showing how hate groups, militias and conspiracy cults gain inﬂuence. Based on interviews and extensive research, provides a portrait of the mythical and devotional aspects of Hitler cults among Aryan mystics, racist skinheads and Nazi satanists. Excludes SE Asia & ANZ
Brokers of Faith, Brokers of Empire
A Nation Shaped by War Edited by Tim Cook & J.L. Granatstein
Armenians and the Politics of Reform in the Ottoman Empire Richard E. Antaramian
Studies in Canadian Military History June 2020 320pp 25 b&w photos 9780774864077 £22.99/$34.95 HB UBC PRESS
June 2020 240pp 9781503612952 £20.99/$25.00 PB 9781503611627 £73.00/$85.00 HB STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
Examines the concerns of Canadians in the year following the Great War: the treatment of veterans; the rising farm lobby; the role of labour; the place of children; the inﬂuenza pandemic; the country’s international standing; and commemoration of the fallen. Excludes SE Asia, Indian sc & ANZ
In Brokers of Faith, Brokers of Empire, Richard E. Antaramian presents a revisionist account of Ottoman reform, relating the contention within the Armenian community to broader imperial politics.
Challenge the Strong Wind
An Animal History of East Germany’s Rise and Fall Thomas Fleischman Foreword by Paul S. Sutter Series edited by Paul S. Sutter
Canada and East Timor, 1975-99 David Webster
The C.D. Howe Series in Canadian Political History February 2020 228pp 14 b&w photos, 1 map 9780774862974 £60.00/$89.95 HB UBC PRESS
Weyerhaeuser Environmental Books July 2020 288pp 19 b&w illus., 1 map 9780295747309 £33.00/$40.00 HB UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON PRESS
Tells of Canadian policy toward East Timor from the 1975 invasion to the 1999 vote for independence. Excludes SE Asia, Indian sc & ANZ
East Germany’s journey from family farms to factory farms, how communist principles shaped the adoption of industrial agriculture practices.
Business, the State, and the Origins of Ethnic Inequality in Southwest China C. Patterson Giersch
March 2020 312pp 9781503612167 £25.99/$32.00 PB 9781503611641 £82.00/$95.00 HB STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
A history of China’s desperately unequal modern economic landscape that begins in the nation’s remote Southwest but ends by providing new understandings of ethnic inequality and the origins of China’s unique corporate organizations.
Taking U.S. History into Transimperial Terrain Edited by Kristin L. Hoganson & Jay Sexton
American Encounters/Global Interactions January 2020 360pp 9 illus. 9781478006947 £23.99/$28.95 PB 9781478006039 £90.00/$104.95 HB DUKE UNIVERSITY PRESS
Weaving U.S. history into the larger fabric of world history, places the American empire, in a global transimperial context as a way to grasp the power relations that shape imperial formations.
Edited by Anna Bennett & Hunter Watson
Memory and Political Struggle in Northern Ireland Margo Shea
February 2020 184pp 208 color illus., 95 b&w illus., 12 maps 9786162151576 £33.00/$40.00 PB SILKWORM BOOKS
June 2020 348pp 9780268107932 £42.00/$55.00 HB UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME PRESS
Scholars examine the inception of the Dvāravatī period in the ﬁfth century with a focus on archaeology and consider the art and architecture of the sixth to tenth centuries. Provides an overview of the art historical characteristics of Dvāravatī style; collates the epigraphic evidence; considers trade and;and discusses the end of the period.
Examines Catholic Derry from the turn of the twentieth century to the end of the 1960s and the Troubles. Provides an account of the cultural, political, and social history using archival research, oral histories, landscape analysis, and public speeches and demonstrates how communities maintain their agency in the midst of political and cultural conﬂict.
Deza and Its Moriscos
Echoes of Trauma and Shame in German Families
Religion and Community in Early Modern Spain Patrick J. O’Banion
The Post–World War II Generations Lina Jakob
Early Modern Cultural Studies August 2020 396pp 3 maps, 5 family trees, 9781496216724 £60.00/$70.00 HB UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA PRESS
July 2020 272pp 9780253048257 £28.99/$35.00 PB 9780253048240 £69.00/$80.00 HB INDIANA UNIVERSITY PRESS
Reframes historiographical debates about the Morisco problem, a crisis for early modern Spain, by focusing on the lives and local context of a community that experienced it. Asserts the importance of local history and a rethink how marginalized people of the past exerted agency.
Considers how the Kriegsenkel movement emerged at the nexus between public and familial silences about World War II. Discusses how new collective identity is constructed and addressed.
For Home and Empire
Colonial Economism and the Crises of Capitalism Aaron G. Jakes
Voluntary Mobilization in Australia, Canada, and New Zealand during the First World War Steve Marti
June 2020 344pp 9781503612617 £24.99/$30.00 PB 9781503607194 £77.00/$90.00 HB STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
Studies in Canadian Military History March 2020 216pp 12 b&w photos, 2 illus., 3 maps 9780774861212 £19.99/$32.95 NIP UBC PRESS
The history of capitalism in Egypt has long been synonymous with cotton cultivation and dependent development. Obscured in such accounts, is Egypt’s emergence as a colonial laboratory for ﬁnancial investment and experimentation. Tells the story of that ﬁnancial expansion and devastating crises that followed.
Compares home-front mobilization during World War I in British dominions; voluntary eﬀorts reinforced class, race, and gender boundaries. Excludes SE Asia, Indian sc & ANZ
Anticommunism and Philippine Independence in the Age of Decolonization Colleen Woods
The Jewish Prosecutor Who Brought Eichmann and Auschwitz to Trial Ronen Steinke Foreword by Andreas Vosskuhle Translated by Sinead Crowe
The United States in the World May 2020 264pp 4 b&w halftones 9781501749131 £43.00/$49.95 HB CORNELL UNIVERSITY PRESS
Shows how US policymakers and Filipino elites promoted the islands as a model colony. After independence in 1946, the archipelago lauded as a successful postcolonial democracy. Excludes ANZ
German Jewish Cultures April 2020 256pp 9780253046864 £24.99/$30.00 PB 9780253046857 £77.00/$90.00 HB INDIANA UNIVERSITY PRESS
Tells remarkable story of Fritz Bauer (1903–1968).
From Manassas to Appomattox
Genocide in the Carpathians
Memoirs of the Civil War in America James Longstreet Foreword by Christian Keller & James I. Robertson, Jr.
War, Social Breakdown, and Mass Violence, 1914-1945 Raz Segal Stanford Studies on Central and Eastern Europe
March 2020 232pp 9781503613607 £21.99/$26.00 NIP 9780804796668 £60.00/$70.00 HB STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
March 2020 9780253047069 £20.99/$25.00 PB 9780253047052 £65.00/$75.00 HB INDIANA UNIVERSITY PRESS
A history of the mass murder of the Hungarian state during World War II against the multi-ethnic and multi-religious society in the Carpathian borderland.
Firsthand account by Lt. Gen. Longstreet of life during the Civil War, Manassas to Appomattox.
Geographies of Urban Female Labor and Nationhood in Spanish Culture, 1880–1975
Greek Warfare beyond the Polis
Defense, Strategy, and the Making of Ancient Federal States David A. Blome
New Hispanisms May 2020 360pp 9781496217660 £56.00/$65.00 HB UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA PRESS
April 2020 168pp 5 maps 9781501747526 £34.00/$39.95 HB CORNELL UNIVERSITY PRESS
Presents an innovative cultural analysis of female workers in Spanish literature and ﬁlms. Examines how working women were perceived as Other in Spain from 1880 to 1975.
Assesses the nature and broader signiﬁcance of warfare in the mountains of classical Greece. Details defensive strategies against external forces. Excludes ANZ
Ideology and the Rationality of Domination
The American Saga Three Lines at a Time H. W. Brands
Nazi Germanization Policies in Poland Gerhard Wolf Translated by Wayne Yung
May 2020 148pp 9781477320327 £17.99/$21.95 HB UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PRESS
For the past nine years, acclaimed historian H. W. Brands has been tweeting the history of the United States in the form of haikus. A history book like no other, Haiku History injects both fun and poetry into the story of America—three lines at a time.
June 2020 512pp 9780253048073 £52.00/$60.00 HB INDIANA UNIVERSITY PRESS
Reveals astonishingly that the Nazi plan to deem Polish citizens as “racially unﬁt” was met with massive resistance from various Nazi occupation institutions.
Intermarriage from Central Europe to Central Asia
It Is Impossible to Remain Silent
Reflections on Fate and Memory in Buchenwald Jorge Semprún & Elie Wiesel Introduction by Ioanid Radu Translated by Margaret Frankston
Mixed Families in the Age of Extremes Edited by Adrienne Edgar & Benjamin Frommer
Borderlands and Transcultural Studies June 2020 372pp 4 tables, 2 charts, 2 graphs, 9781496202116 £65.00/$75.00 HB UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA PRESS
March 2020 64pp 9780253045287 £9.99/$12.00 HB INDIANA UNIVERSITY PRESS
Analyzes interethnic and interracial marriage in Eastern Europe, the former Soviet Union, and Central Asia.
Elie Wiesel and Jorge Semprún in conversation. Oﬀers riveting testimony and pay vibrant homage to the Jewish victims of the Holocaust.
Jamaica in the Age of Revolution
Jesuits, Jews, and Holocaust Remembrance James Bernauer
March 2020 400pp 9780812251920 £38.00/$45.00 HB UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA PRESS
March 2020 210pp 9780268107017 £42.00/$55.00 HB UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME PRESS
Examining such events as Tackey’s Rebellion of 1760, the Somerset decision of 1772, and the murder case of Zong in 1873 in an Atlantic context, Burnard reveals Jamiaca to be a brutally eﬀective society that was highly adaptable to new economic and political circumstances, even when placed under stress, as during the American Revolution.
Examines Jesuit hostility toward Judaism, and examines the development of a new understanding of the Catholic Church’s relation to Judaism that culminated with Vatican II’s landmark decree Nostra aetate. Analysis is historically accurate and spiritually ambitious in telling of the Jesuits’ relation to Jews and Judaism contribute to interreligious reconciliation.
Jewish Forced Labor in Romania, 1940–1944
Kissinger and Latin America
Intervention, Human Rights, and Diplomacy Stephen G. Rabe
May 2020 224pp 9780253047434 £29.99/$36.00 PB 9780253047380 £65.00/$75.00 HB INDIANA UNIVERSITY PRESS
June 2020 330pp 15 b&w halftones 9781501706295 £36.00/$41.95 HB CORNELL UNIVERSITY PRESS
Between Romania’s entry into World War II in 1941 and the ouster of dictator Ion Antonescu three years later, over 105,000 Jews were forced to work in internment and labor camps, labor battalions, government institutions, and private industry. Explores the ideological and legal background of this system of forced labor, its purpose, and its evolution.
Analyzes US policies toward Latin America during a critical period of the Cold War. Historians have largely ignored inter-American relations during the presidencies of Richard M. Nixon and Gerald R. Ford. Excludes ANZ
Lightning through the Clouds
Monsters by Trade
Slave Traffickers in Modern Spanish Literature and Culture Lisa Surwillo
‘Izz al-Din al-Qassam and the Making of the Modern Middle East Mark Sanagan
March 2020 264pp 9781503613645 £24.99/$30.00 NIP STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
May 2020 336pp 9781477320563 £43.00/$50.00 HB UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PRESS
Monsters by Trade analyzes literary works from the nineteenth-century that engaged with Spain’s active participation in the outlawed transatlantic slave trade.
The ﬁrst English-language life-and-times biography of ‘Izz al-Din al-Qassam, a preeminent and controversial ﬁgure who helped to reshape the political and religious landscape of the Middle East.
Memories of Place and Origin Before Nationalism Mana Kia
Nuclear Weapons Testing and the Making of a Global Environmental Crisis Toshihiro Higuchi
May 2020 336pp 9781503611955 £24.99/$30.00 PB 9781503610682 £77.00/$90.00 HB STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
April 2020 304pp 9781503612891 £22.99/$28.00 PB 9780804785945 £77.00/$90.00 HB STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
Mana Kia sketches the contours of a larger Persianate world, historicizing place, origin, and selfhood through its tradition of proper form: adab. In this shared culture, proximities and similarities constituted a logic that distinguished between people while simultaneously accommodating plurality.
Political Fallout is the story of one of the ﬁrst human-driven, truly global environmental crises—radioactive fallout from nuclear weapons testing during the Cold War—and the international response.
Revolution Goes East
Russia’s Entangled Embrace
Imperial Japan and Soviet Communism Tatiana Linkhoeva
The Tsarist Empire and the Armenians, 1801-1914 Stephen Badalyan Riegg
Studies of the Weatherhead East Asian Institute, Columbia University March 2020 300pp 9781501748080 £22.99/$27.95 PB CORNELL UNIVERSITY PRESS
July 2020 320pp 6 b&w halftones, 3 maps 9781501750113 £46.00/$52.95 HB CORNELL UNIVERSITY PRESS
Applies a novel global perspective to the classic story of the rise of communism and the various reactions it provoked in Imperial Japan. Communism played fundamental role in shaping Japan’s imperial society and state. Excludes ANZ
Traces the relationship between the Romanov state and the Armenian diaspora that populated Russia’s territorial fringes and navigated the tsarist empire’s metropolitan centers. Excludes ANZ
Struggle for Justice
Sultanic Saviors and Tolerant Turks
Four Decades of Civil Rights Photography Don Carleton
Writing Ottoman Jewish History, Denying the Armenian Genocide Marc David Baer
April 2020 148pp 9781477321140 £39.00/$45.00 HB UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS PRESS
Indiana Series in Sephardi and Mizrahi Studies April 2020 368pp 9780253045416 £39.00/$45.00 PB 9780253045447 £82.00/$95.00 HB INDIANA UNIVERSITY PRESS
Bringing together the Briscoe Center for American History’s exhibitions pieces in book form, Struggle for Justice honors the photographers who were willing to put their privilege on the line to document the discrimination of others and by doing so, help to galvanize public support for the civil rights movement.
Confronts Ottoman Empire’s protecting Jews versus genocide against the Armenians.
Surviving Slavery in the British Caribbean
The Basque Seroras
Local Religion, Gender, and Power in Northern Iberia, 1550–1800 Amanda L. Scott
Randy M. Browne
Early American Studies April 2020 288pp 11 illus. 9780812224634 £18.99/$22.50 NIP UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA PRESS
Surviving Slavery in the British Caribbean depicts the human drama in which enslaved Africans struggled against their enslavers and environment, and one another. The book reorients Atlantic slavery studies by revealing how social relationships, cultural practices, and political strategies reﬂected an unrelenting ﬁght to survive.
March 2020 246pp 10 b&w halftones, 2 maps 9781501747496 £43.00/$49.95 HB CORNELL UNIVERSITY PRESS
Explores the intersections between local community, women’s work, and religious reform in early modern northern Spain. Provides a view of these uncloistered religious women. Excludes ANZ
The Birth of Solidarity
The Greek Orthodox Church in America
The History of the French Welfare State François R Ewald Edited by Melinda Cooper Translated by Timothy Scott Johnson
A Modern History Alexander Kitroeff
NIU Series in Orthodox Christian Studies June 2020 324pp 9781501749919 £24.99/$29.95 PB 9781501749438 £99.00/$115.00 HB CORNELL UNIVERSITY PRESS
May 2020 312pp 9781478008231 £22.99/$27.95 PB 9781478007715 £90.00/$104.95 HB DUKE UNIVERSITY PRESS
Shows how the Greek Orthodox Church in America has functioned as more than a religious institution, but focal point in the lives million-plus Greek immigrants and their descendants. Excludes ANZ
In English for the ﬁrst time, one of the most important historical and philosophical studies of the rise of the welfare state.
The History of Starved Rock
The Imperial Church
Catholic Founding Fathers and United States Empire Katherine D. Moran
March 2020 256pp 9 b&w halftones 9781501748240 £14.99/$17.95 PB CORNELL UNIVERSITY PRESS
The United States in the World May 2020 320pp 11 b&w halftones 9781501748813 £42.00/$48.95 HB CORNELL UNIVERSITY PRESS
The History of Starved Rock provides a wonderful overview of the famous site in Utica, Illinois, from when European explorers ﬁrst viewed the bluﬀ in 1673 through to 1911, when Starved Rock became the centerpiece of Illinois’ second state park. Excludes ANZ
The religion’s role in the rhetoric of American civilizing empire, undertakes an exploration of how Catholic mission histories served as a useful reference for Americans narrating US settler colonialism on the North American continent. Excludes ANZ
The Last Years of Karl Marx
The Other Side of Empire
An Intellectual Biography Marcello Musto Translated by Patrick Camiller
Just War in the Mediterranean and the Rise of Early Modern Spain Andrew W. Devereux
June 2020 216pp 9781503612525 £17.99/$22.00 PB 9781503610583 £60.00/$70.00 HB STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
June 2020 288pp 3 b&w halftones, 5 maps 9781501740121 £43.00/$49.95 HB CORNELL UNIVERSITY PRESS
Musto claims a renewed relevance for the late work of Marx, highlighting unpublished or previously neglected writings, many of which remain unavailable in English.
Legal arguments Spain used as justiﬁcation, for its expansionary ventures in the Mediterranean in the late ﬁfteenth and early sixteenth centuries. Excludes ANZ
The Sociology of W. E. B. Du Bois
The Spirit of Hispanism
Commerce, Culture, and Identity across the Atlantic, 1875–1936 Diana Arbaiza
Racialized Modernity and the Global Color Line José Itzigsohn & Karida L. Brown
March 2020 302pp 9780268106935 £42.00/$55.00 HB UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME PRESS
March 2020 304pp 1 halftone 9781479804177 £24.99/$30.00 PB 9781479856770 £77.00/$89.00 HB NEW YORK UNIVERSITY PRESS
Hispanism is a movement of transatlantic rapprochement between Spain and Latin America. Examines how the Spanish strove to reconcile the construction of Hispanic cultural identity with discourses of political economy and commercial interests surrounding the movement.
Provides a groundbreaking account of Du Bois’s theoretical contribution to sociology, or the analysis of “racialized modernity.” Excludes SE Asia & ANZ
The World Refugees Made
British Politics and the Creation of Israel Carly Beckerman
Decolonization and the Foundation of Postwar Italy Pamela Ballinger
Indiana Series in Middle East Studies March 2020 264pp 9780253046413 £25.99/$32.00 PB 9780253046406 £60.00/$70.00 HB INDIANA UNIVERSITY PRESS
March 2020 336pp 9 b&w halftones, 3 maps 9781501747588 £39.00/$45.00 HB CORNELL UNIVERSITY PRESS
Cuttts through assumptions about Britain’s support for a “national home for the Jewish people” in the creation of British Palestine. Explores why and how elite political battles in London inadvertently laid the foundations for the establishment of the State of Israel.
Explores Italy’s integration of “national refugees” into a country devastated by war and overwhelmed by foreign displaced persons from Eastern Europe. Excludes ANZ
Warfare and Culture in World History, Second Edition
The Twentieth-Century Rise of the Global Right Edited by Julia Adeney Thomas & Geoff Eley
Edited by Wayne E. Lee
August 2020 368pp 9781479862436 £24.99/$30.00 PB 9781479800001 £77.00/$89.00 HB NEW YORK UNIVERSITY PRESS
February 2020 336pp 57 illus. 9781478003762 £22.99/$27.95 PB 9781478003120 £90.00/$104.95 HB DUKE UNIVERSITY PRESS
The second edition addresses role of herding in shaping Mongol strategies, Spanish military culture, and the blending of German and East African military cultures among the Africans who served in the German colonial army. Excludes SE Asia & ANZ
Examines the imagery and visual rhetoric of interwar fascism in East Asia, southern Africa, and Europe to explore how fascism was visualized as a global and aesthetic phenomenon.
Who Wrote That?
Women and Community in Medieval and Early Modern Iberia
Authorship Controversies from Moses to Sholokhov Donald Ostrowski June 2020 264pp 9781501750823 £20.99/$24.95 PB 9781501749704 £99.00/$115.00 HB CORNELL UNIVERSITY PRESS
Edited by Michelle Armstrong-Partida, Alexandra Guerson & Examines nine authorship controversies, teaching Dana Wessell Lightfoot students how to assess historical documents, archival materials, and apocryphal stories, as well as internet sources and news. does not argue in favor of one side over another but focuses on the principles of attribution used to make each case. Excludes ANZ
Women and Gender in the Early Modern World June 2020 312pp 4 tables 9781496205117 £47.00/$55.00 HB UNIVERSITY OF NEBRASKA PRESS
Uses research to underscore the various ways Iberian women inﬂuenced their communities.
Mathematics, Metrology, and Model Contracts
Edited by Mark Brilliant & David M. Kennedy April 2020 272pp 9781503612877 £22.99/$28.00 PB 9781503611573 £77.00/$90.00 HB STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
This volume explores the lasting consequences of a pivotal chapter in U.S. history, and oﬀers new categories for understanding the post-war West. Westerners made signiﬁcant strides toward greater racial and gender equality, as they struggled to manage the environmental consequences of their region’s surging vitality.
A Codex From Late Antique Business Education (P.Math.) Edited by Roger S. Bagnall & Alexander Jones ISAW Monographs January 2020 230pp 24 color illus., 80 b&w illus. 9781479801763 HB £73.00/$85.00 NEW YORK UNIVERSITY PRESS
Discusses the provenance, codicology, and philology of the surviving manuscript with extensive notes and illustrations.
Rock Art, Heritage, and Landscape Iconoclasm Jose Antonio Gonzalez Zarandona Foreword by Michel Lorblanchet
January 2020 344pp 66 illus. 9780812251562 £77.00/$89.95 HB UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA PRESS
Traces Murujuga’s destruction from the seventeenth century until today, arguing that colonial interference in the region has resulted in landscape iconoclasm.
The Human Community in Early Art Barry Cooper
The Beginning and the Beyond of Politics April 2020 494pp 9780268107147 £35.00/$45.00 PB 9780268107130 £96.00/$125.00 HB UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME PRESS
Cooper is the ﬁrst political scientist to propose new interpretations of some of the most famous extant Paleolithic art and artifacts, using his background in political theory and philosophical anthropology.
World War II and the West It Wrought
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