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CONTENTS Trade Books Red Lightning............................................................................4 General Interest......................................................................10 Mango Books......................................................................... 28 Prestyge / Well House Books................................................ 30 Scholarly Books Education ............................................................................... 40 Film & Media........................................................................... 41 Folklore & Ethnomusicology................................................. 49 Gender Studies...................................................................... 53 Jewish Studies....................................................................... 54 Literature & Poetry................................................................ 59 Music....................................................................................... 61 Philosophy.............................................................................. 66 Military History....................................................................... 71 Africa.......................................................................................72 Asia..........................................................................................74 Europe.....................................................................................75 Middle East..............................................................................79 North America........................................................................ 82 WTIU............................................................................................ 85 Journals...................................................................................... 92 Ordering Information............................................................. 109 Bestsellers................................................................................ 114 Index By Title.................................................................................... 116 By Subject............................................................................... 118

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Image from Kentucky Barns,by Carol Peachee


FALL 2019 | RED LIGHTNING

Melania and Michelle First Ladies in a New Era By Tammy R. Vigil At home or at the podium, the First Lady is uniquely poised to serve as advisor, confidant, and campaigner, with the power to shape American political and social conversation. At first blush, First Ladies Michelle Obama and Melania Trump appear categorically different from each other; however, as women rising from humble origins to pursue their ambitions and support their husbands, the two have more in common than one might think. In Melania and Michelle: First Ladies in a New Era, author Tammy R. Vigil provides a compelling account of our modern first ladies, exploring how each woman has crafted her public image and used her platform to influence the country, while also serving as a paragon of fashion and American womanhood. Both women face constant scrutiny and comparison—from their degrees of political activism to their cookie recipes—and have garnered support as well as criticism. From their full lives pre-nomination to their attitudes while occupying the White House, Vigil builds careful and thoughtful portraits of Melania Trump and Michelle Obama that provide new appreciation for how these women, and the first ladies that came before them, have shaped our country.

September 2019 Politics, Women 184 pgs, 6x9, 29 b&w illus., 21 color illus. Cloth 978-1-68435-101-5 $26.00 £19.99 ebook 978-1-68435-098-8 $24.99 £19.99 DISTRIBUTED FOR RED LIGHTNING BOOKS

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Tammy R. Vigil’s recent books include Moms in Chief and Connecting with Constituents. She has also published articles or chapters on rhetoric by Michelle Obama, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and George W. Bush; the history of nominating conventions; and convention speeches by presidential nominees’ spouses. Dr. Vigil is Associate Professor of Communication at Boston University and studies political campaign rhetoric and women as political communicators. She formerly served as associate dean of the College of Communication at Boston University and is a past winner of the Wrange-Baskerville award given by the Public Address Division of the National Communication Association.


Michelle Obama and Melania Trump were both ambitious women, albeit in different ways. Obama pursued an advanced education and earned prestigious positions in both the private and public sectors. Melania Trump cultivated a career in an extremely competitive field and broke immigration laws in order to advance her vocational standing. Both women established their professional credentials before getting married, had children while in their thirties, and supported their husbands’ pursuits. The eventual first ladies have quite a bit more in common than most people assume because the differences between Michelle Obama and Melania Trump are usually accentuated in public discussions about them. Even though exploring the similarities between these first ladies is illuminating, it is important to remember that each woman was a unique individual with her own experiences, attitudes, and concerns. Michelle Obama was the first black woman to preside over the East Wing of the White House. She had to navigate a different set of social challenges while becoming and being the first lady than any of her predecessors. She was also arguably the most educated presidential spouse based on her multiple Ivy League degrees. Furthermore, Obama overcame many socioeconomic challenges throughout her life that other first ladies never faced. Melania Trump was just the second first lady not born in the United States—and the only one who was a naturalized US citizen. She was also the only presidential consort to have been raised in a communist country. Trump was considered the most linguistically skilled White House matriarch, claiming fluency in five languages, but her heavy accent and difficulty with American idioms created challenges for her that past first ladies did not endure. Trump was also a businesswoman with her own lines of jewelry and skin care products. The first ladyship is a challenging position for any person to assume. It is a role that receives a great deal of attention, whether wanted or not, and carries a lot of potential, if unsanctioned, power. Yet, as an unelected office, the post is an ambiguous one that lacks a clear mandate and whose occupant must adapt to constantly changing social expectations and restrictions. With no clear job description to guide them, first ladies rely heavily on their communicative skills to maneuver through public life as the president’s mate, whether through speeches, the development of social initiatives, the use of social media, their wardrobe choices, and even the strategic decision to be silent. Because any woman who takes up the first-lady mantle is heavily scrutinized and routinely measured against idealized and hyperbolized memories of past first ladies, every action she takes opens the president’s mate to critique. This has been particularly true for Michelle Obama and Melania Trump, as each tried to negotiate the important, but amorphous, political and social responsibilities of the first lady of the United States. Images from Melania and Michelle, by Tammy Vigil. Courtesy of the Library of Congress.

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FALL 2019 | RED LIGHTNING

The Pilates Effect Heroes Behind the Revolution By Stacey Redfield and Sarah Holmes Foreword by Kevin Bowen With over 9 million Americans practicing Pilates, the popular core exercise system is taking the world by storm. While many find the system helps to strengthen the core, improve posture, and recover from or prevent injuries and pain, Pilates has been clouded in controversy since the beginning. Its origin story is one of greed, ego, celebrities, and lies, with heated legal controversy that threatened the industry. In The Pilates Effect, Stacey Redfield and Sarah Holmes reveal the hidden history of Pilates. From humble beginnings, Joseph Pilates founded the groundbreaking regimen in New York City and worked closely with his wife Clara to rehabilitate and renew dancers who had been injured or were aging. Although Joseph’s core strengthening regime was touted as “fifty years ahead of [its] time,” finance and health issues plagued Joe and Clara’s business. A small and devoted group of followers, including Carola Trier, would fight to spread the practice that they felt gave them a second chance at life and rehabilitated their bodies and souls.

September 2019 Health & Fitness, Exercise 200 pgs, 5.5x8.5, 18 b&w illus. Cloth 978-1-68435-096-4 $60.00 £50.00 Paper 978-1-68435-086-5 $17.00 £12.99 ebook 978-1-68435-088-9 $16.99 £12.99 DISTRIBUTED FOR RED LIGHTNING BOOKS

A fascinating and inspiring story of fitness in America, The Pilates Effect showcases the people and events that formed an iconic industry. Redfield and Holmes offer inspiration and practical advice for how Pilates can offer change for everyday people regardless of gender, ethnicity, or background. Stacey Redfield is an actress, model, and spokesperson. Her Pilates career began after over a decade of weight training, aerobics, and two babies didn’t leave many options for exercise. She quickly became a believer in the health impacts of the system and opened the Physical Methods Pilates Studio in 2000. Sarah Holmes is passionate about spreading the benefits of Pilates. Currently she teaches modern dance, dance history, dance kinesiology, and Pilates as an Assistant Professor of Dance at Kennesaw State University.

Above image from The Pilates Effect, by Stacey Redfield & Sarah Holmes Facing image © Core Dynamics, Inc.

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How to Drink Like a Spy By Albert Schmid Foreword by Jon Wiant Shaken, not stirred. James Bond’s classic order made the martini famous. Now spy fans can discover new favorites from beloved novels like those by Ian Fleming and Tom Clancy and big screen blockbusters like the Jason Bourne movies, Argo, Austin Powers, and Steven Spielberg’s Bridge of Spies. Mixology expert Albert W. A. Schmid provides step-by-step instructions on setting up and stocking a bar worthy of 007 and pouring the drinks to match. Recipes include secret agent favorites like The Lucky Jim versus the Montgomery, Kurrant Affair, Pillow Talk, From Russia with Love, Bossanova, Betsy Flanagan versus the Manhattan, Dark ’n’ Stormy, and TNT. How to Drink Like a Spy also includes profiles of the most famous and notorious spies throughout history and a lexicon so you don’t blow your cover when ordering your next drink. Albert W. A. Schmid is a Gourmand Award winner and author of several books, including The Old Fashioned: An Essential Guide to the Original Whiskey Cocktail, The Manhattan Cocktail: A Modern Guide to the Whiskey Classic, How to Drink Like a Mobster, and The Hot Brown: Louisville’s Legendary Open-Faced Sandwich.

September 2019 Food & Drink, Beverages 160 pgs, 5x8 Cloth 978-1-68435-090-2 $15.00 £11.99 ebook 978-1-68435-091-9 $14.99 £11.99 DISTRIBUTED FOR RED LIGHTNING BOOKS

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Rules for Drinking Cocktails Like a Spy Adapted from the Ten Commandments of Counterintelligence Be offensive—The best defense is a good offense. When drinking, make sure that you have your end game in mind so that you do not violate the law. Honor your professionals—Bartenders and servers work hard, and most don’t receive the respect that they should. Honor your professional bartender and server; give generous tips for good service. Own the street—Know the bars in your area, know the bartenders, and know their best cocktails. Know your history—Read David Wondrich, Michael Veach, Iain Gately, Wayne Curtis, Ted Haigh, and others so that you know the stories behind the drinks you order. Do not ignore analysis—Trends change, but you should always be able to tell a good cocktail. Do not be parochial—A bar is a good place to have fun, but don’t have that fun at someone else’s expense, especially the bartender or server. Open your mind to new cocktails. Train your people—Make sure your friends know how to make and order cocktails. Or if you are a bartender or server, make sure that the people you work with know how to make cocktails. Do not be shoved aside—Be nice, but make sure that you are able to get your order in to the bartender or the server. Do not stay too long—Make sure that you know your limits. No one likes to deal with someone who is intoxicated. Never give up—Bartenders keep making great cocktails, so keep looking for great, innovative cocktails. Have one or more aliases—The best way to avoid being detected is to use an alias or two . . . or three. Just make sure you know your backstory. Use and respect codenames—Adding a codename adds to your mystique. Thanks to movies and books, almost any codename will add to your credibility. You might consider numbers, letters, or a simple name. Don’t rule anything out. Know your brands—Spies know their brands. They don’t have time to waste when ordering a drink. You should also know your brand when ordering a drink. Know your drinks—You can start off small on this one and learn new ones all the time. An oldfashioned, a Manhattan, a martini, or a gin and tonic will get you started. Learn as many drinks as you can, and be prepared to match a drink to a situation. Dress for success—A real spy should look good. Men should have a good suit that fits well. Ladies should have a nice dress that fits well. Call your drinks—A real spy calls the brand that he or she enjoys. Know what kind of whiskey you want in your Manhattan or what kind of vodka or gin you want in your martini. Spies are masters at making decisions. They are not afraid to ask for what they enjoy drinking. Pay with cash—If you are trying to stay off the grid, pay with cash. Bartenders and servers prefer cash, so you can keep them happy. Don’t draw attention to yourself—Blend in and try to avoid unneeded attention at all costs. It is best to slip in and out of a bar without drawing attention to yourself. Never let a friend drive intoxicated—Never let your friend drive intoxicated. A secret mission will come to an end quickly if you or your friends are intoxicated behind the wheel.

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FALL 2019 | GENERAL INTEREST

Transportation and the American People By H. Roger Grant Transportation is the unsung hero in America’s story. Stagecoaches, waterways, canals, railways, buses, and airplanes revolutionized much more than just the way people got around; they transformed the economic, political, and social aspects of everyday life. In Transportation and the American People, renowned historian H. Roger Grant tells the story of American transportation. Early advances like stagecoaches and canals allowed traders, business, and industry to expand across the nation, setting the stage for modern developments like transcontinental railways and buses that would forever reshape the continent. Grant provides a compelling and thoroughly researched narrative of the social history of travel, shining a light on the role of transportation in shaping the country and on the people who helped build it. H. Roger Grant is Kathryn and Calhoun Lemon Professor of History at Clemson University. He is author of numerous books, including Visionary Railroader, John W. Barriger III, Railroaders without Borders, and Railroads and the American People.

October 2019 Railroads & Transportation 264 pgs, 7x10, 61 b&w illus. Cloth 978-0-253-04330-6 $40.00 £29.99 ebook 978-0-253-04334-4 $39.99 £29.99 RAILROADS PAST AND PRESENT H. ROGER GRANT AND THOMAS HOBACK, EDITORS

Above image from Transportation and the American People, by H. Roger Grant. Facing image courtesy of Mindi Rice, Main Street Blytheville.

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FALL 2019 | GENERAL INTEREST

Last Train to Texas My Railroad Odyssey By Fred Frailey Foreword by Thomas Hoback Midnight train rides, head-on freight collisions—there is never a dull moment when it comes to trains. Take a look at America’s biggest railroads and meet the thunderous personalities who operate them. In Last Train to Texas, author Fred W. Frailey examines the workings behind the railroad industry and captures incredible true stories along the way. Discover how men like William “Pisser Bill” F. Thompson swerve from financial ruin, bad merger deals, and cutthroat competition, all while racking up enough notoriety to inspire a poem titled “Ode to a Jerk.” Bold, savvy, and ready for a friendly brawl, the only thing louder and more thrilling than these men are the trains that they handle. Come along with Frailey as he travels the world, one railroad at a time. Whether it’s riding the Canadian Pacific Railway through a blizzard, witnessing a container train burglary in the Abo Canyon, or commemorating a poem to Limerick Junction in Dublin, Ireland, Frailey’s journeys are rife with excitement and the occasional mishap. Filled with humorous anecdotes and thoughtful insights into the railroading industry, Last Train to Texas is an adventure in every sense of the word. February 2020 Railroads & Transportation, Memoir 232 pgs, 5.5x8.5, 17 b&w illus. Cloth 978-0-253-04524-9 $32.00 £23.99 ebook 978-0-253-04527-0 $31.99 £23.99

Journalist Fred Frailey has written for Trains magazine for more than 40 years. He has authored five other railroad books, including Twilight of the Great Trains, Southern Pacific’s Blue Streak Merchandise, and Rolling Thunder (with Gary Benson).

RAILROADS PAST AND PRESENT H. ROGER GRANT AND THOMAS HOBACK, EDITORS

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Image from Last Train to Texas,by Fred W. Frailey


Stories By Anne Elliott Enticing, heart wrenching, and darkly funny, the interconnected stories in The Artstars are set in creative communities—an art school, an illegal loft studio, a guerrilla street performance troupe—where teamwork and professional jealousy mix, and the artists grapple with economic realities and evolving expectations. A middle-aged poet, reeling from 9-11, fights homesickness, writer’s block, and ladybugs at an artist’s colony. A new empty-nester finds a creative outlet in her community garden but gets tangled up in garden politics. As the characters pass through each other’s stories, making messes and helping mop them up, some find inspiration in accidents; others are ready to quit art completely. Together, they stumble through the creative process, struggling to make art and find the spark of something new and original within themselves. In a world where the odds of becoming a star are nearly impossible, The Artstars tells the stories of those who dare to dream.

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The Artstars

Anne Elliott has been a sculptor, English teacher, performance poet, waitress, Wall Street analyst, ukulelist, costume stitcher, database programmer, and publisher of tiny books. She now lives in Portland, Maine, with her husband and many pets. For more information, visit www.anneelliottstories.com.

October 2019 Fiction 184 pgs, 6x9 Paper 978-0-253-04436-5 $18.00 £12.99 ebook 978-0-253-04437-2 $17.99 £12.99 BLUE LIGHT BOOKS

I go to my studio, close the door, put Joni on the tape deck, volume high. Sit on the lone chair, looking at my stupid basket of stupid precious objects. California, I’m coming home, Joni sings with a clarity I wish I had. I miss home. This is no place like it. Whoever said Midwesterners were polite never had to deal with this lot. Unfinished, Steve Pak called it. This experiment, full of so many hours, careful selection of mementos, sacrificing them for the piece, that sacrifice appreciated by no one but me. A lump of useless felt. A blob, no more meaningful than Patrick’s steel monstrosity, which at least has scale going for it. Unfinished. I’m pissed, because I know in my gut Steve is right. I’m looking at it now, and it doesn’t move me. I hate it. I grab a pair of scissors and begin stabbing at one of the objects on top. The kitchen timer. It slides around. I can’t even stab it effectively. I pull it out of the bowl and begin cutting at the felt with the sharp shears, a surgical slice right over its heart, then around the top, releasing the object inside. 15


FALL 2019 | GENERAL INTEREST

Weird Wild West True Tales of the Strange and Gothic By Keven McQueen The Wild West is infamous for its outrageous stories, cowboys, and gun battles. But the region is also known for its ghost stories, unexplained deaths, bizarre murders, and peculiar burials. In Weird Wild West, author Keven McQueen brings together a fabulous collection of tales of the darker and stranger side of Texas, Oklahoma, Nevada, North Dakota, South Dakota, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, Idaho, Montana, Colorado, Wyoming, Oregon, and Washington. Exploring mysterious deaths, true crime stories, and paranormal activity, this eerie collection uncovers long buried and disturbing stories of the region. Included are the unforgettable tales of the body-snatching of Billy the Kid, the revenge curse of a former deputy district attorney in Colorado, and the weird tale of Mr. Moon, who couldn’t keep his dearly departed wife in the ground despite his best efforts. An intriguing, frightful, and entertaining exploration of the strange and gothic side of the Western states, Weird Wild West promises to send chills down your spine.

September 2019 Paranormal, West 192 pgs, 6x9 Cloth 978-0-253-04366-5 $55.00 £42.00 Paper 978-0-253-04367-2 $18.00 £12.99 ebook 978-0-253-04368-9 $17.99 £12.99 QUARRY BOOKS

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Keven McQueen is the author of numerous books, including Horror in the Heartland, Creepy California, New England Nightmares, The Kentucky Book of the Dead, Murder and Mayhem in Indiana, and The Axman Came from Hell and Other True Crime Stories. He is an instructor in the Department of English at Eastern Kentucky University.


Shaping the Future President By William E. Bartelt and Joshua A. Claybourn Since his death, Abraham Lincoln has been celebrated as savior of the Union, proponent for emancipation, president of the United States, and skilled statesman. Although Lincoln’s adult life has been well documented and analyzed, most biographers have regarded his early years as inconsequential to his career and accomplishments. In 1920 a group of historians known as the Lincoln Inquiry were determined to give Lincoln’s formative years their due. Abe’s Youth takes a look into their writings, which focus on Lincoln’s life between 7 and 21 years of age. By filling in the gaps on Lincoln’s childhood, these authors shed light on how his experiences growing up influenced the man he became. As the first fully annotated edition of the Lincoln Inquiry papers, Abe’s Youth offers indispensable reading for anyone hoping to learn about Lincoln’s early life.

FALL 2019 | GENERAL INTEREST

Abe’s Youth

William E. “Bill” Bartelt is a Lincoln historian and author of There I Grew Up: Remembering Abraham Lincoln’s Indiana Youth and other books. For many years Bartelt worked as a ranger and historian at the Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial. He is a board member of the Abraham Lincoln Association and the Indiana Historical Society and received the Indiana Historical Society’s “Hoosier Historian” award in 2003.

October 2019 U.S. History, Civil War 272 pgs, 6x9, 20 b&w illus., 2 maps Cloth 978-0-253-04391-7 $65.00 £50.00 Paper 978-0-253-04389-4 $24.00 £17.99 ebook 978-0-253-04392-4 $23.99 £17.99

Joshua A. Claybourn is an attorney and author or editor of several books. He is a widely published commentator on legal, political, and historical topics, and has appeared as a guest on CNN, MSNBC, and NHK.

Image from Abe’s Youth, by William E. Bartelt & Joshua A. Claybourn

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FALL 2019 | GENERAL INTEREST

Mississippi Civil War Monuments An Illustrated Field Guide By Timothy Sedore In soaring obelisks, graceful arches, and soldiers standing tall atop pedestals, the memory of the Civil War is ever present in Mississippi, a former Confederate state that boasts more Civil War monuments than any other. In Mississippi Civil War Monuments: An Illustrated Field Guide, Timothy S. Sedore combs through the Mississippi landscape, exploring monuments commemorating important military figures and battles and remembering common soldiers, from rugged veterans to mournful youths. Sedore’s insightful commentary captures a character portrait of Mississippi, a state that was ensnared between Northern and Southern ideologies and that paid a high price for seceding from the Union. Sedore’s close examinations of these monuments broadens the narrative of Mississippi’s heritage and helps to illuminate the impacts of the Civil War. With intriguing details and vivid descriptions, Mississippi Civil War Monuments offers a comprehensive guide to the monuments that make up Mississippi’s physical and historical landscape.

February 2020 Civil War, Travel, Mississippi 304 pgs, 6.125x9.25, 178 b&w illus., 5 maps Cloth 978-0-253-04555-3 $75.00 £57.00 Paper 978-0-253-04556-0 $25.00 £18.99 ebook 978-0-253-04557-7 $24.99 £18.99

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Timothy S. Sedore is the author of three books that explore how the Civil War is memorialized in the American South. Tennessee Civil War Monuments joins Mississippi Civil War Monuments and An Illustrated Guide to Virginia as a survey and analysis of the legacy of the war on the American landscape. Sedore is Professor of English at the City University of New York, Bronx Community College. He regularly teaches undergraduate courses in composition, literature, and religious rhetoric. He is also an ordained Baptist minister.

Image from Mississippi Civil War Monuments,by Timothy S. Sedore


An Illustrated Field Guide By Timothy Sedore Throughout Tennessee, Civil War monuments stand tall, peppering the landscape from Chattanooga to Memphis and pinpointing important events and figures within Tennessee’s collective narrative. In Tennessee Civil War Monuments, Timothy S. Sedore reveals Tennessee’s history-laden landscape through the lens of its many proud monuments. War monuments have been cropping up since the beginning of the commemoration movement in 1863, and Tennessee is now home to 400 memorials. Not only does Sedore provide commentary for every monument—its history and aesthetic panache—he also explores the relationships that Tennessee natives have with these historic landmarks.

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Tennessee Civil War Monuments

A detailed exploration of the monuments that enrich this Civil War landscape, Sedore’s Tennessee Civil War Monuments is a guide to Tennessee’s spirit and heritage. Timothy S. Sedore is the author of three books that explore how the Civil War is memorialized in the American South. Tennessee Civil War Monuments joins Mississippi Civil War Monuments and An Illustrated Guide to Virginia as a survey and analysis of the legacy of the war on the American landscape. Sedore is Professor of English at the City University of New York, Bronx Community College. He regularly teaches undergraduate courses in composition, literature, and religious rhetoric. He is also an ordained Baptist minister. February 2020 Civil War, Travel, Tennessee 360 pgs, 6.125x9.25, 178 b&w illus., 5 maps Cloth 978-0-253-04564-5 $75.00 £57.00 Paper 978-0-253-04560-7 $26.00 £19.99 ebook 978-0-253-04561-4 $25.99 £19.99

Image from Tennessee Civil War Monuments,by Timothy S. Sedore

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FALL 2019 | GENERAL INTEREST

Kentucky Barns Agricultural Heritage of the Bluegrass By Carol Peachee Foreword by Mary Berry From horses to tobacco to bourbon, the barn is at the heart of Kentucky’s heritage and industry and is a staple of the Bluegrass landscape. In Kentucky Barns: Agricultural Heritage of the Bluegrass, Carol Peachee showcases the barns in exquisite photography.

September 2019 Photography, Kentucky 272 pgs, 10x8, 395 color illus. Cloth 978-0-253-04274-3 $40.00 £29.99 QUARRY BOOKS

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From elegant Thoroughbred farms to historical treasures like the 1803 stone barn of Runnymede Farm in Bourbon County, Peachee travels across the state to capture and preserve the diverse architecture, heritage, and design that make these structures special. A beautiful tribute to the legacy of the Bluegrass State, Kentucky Barns features nearly 400 full-color photos of both the interior and exterior of these beautiful and functional icons of American culture and industry. Carol Peachee is author and photographer of Straight Bourbon: Distilling the Industry’s Heritage and The Birth of Bourbon: A Photographic Tour of Early Distilleries. She is also the photographer of Kentucky Bourbon Country: The Essential Travel Guide.

Image from Kentucky Barns,by Carol Peachee


By Lee Mandrell and DeeDee Niederhouse-Mandrell Foreword by Wes Berry Known for its rolling hills, scenic Thoroughbred farms, and renowned state parks, Kentucky offers enjoyment for those seeking stunning landscapes, natural wonders, small town charms, and bourbon country adventures. Follow photographers Lee Mandrell and DeeDee Niederhouse-Mandrell on a visual journey across the Bluegrass state, as they travel from Cumberland Falls State Resort Park to Mammoth Cave and National Bridge National Parks, showcasing the exquisite scenery and natural heritage along the way. Featuring 130 breathtaking photos, Kentucky Across the Land inspires travelers to take their own journeys to explore the history at the Lincoln Homestead State Resort Park, the untouched natural beauty of Red River Gorge and Land Between the Lakes, or the picturesque cascades along Flat Lick Creek at Flat Lick Falls. September 2019 Photography, Kentucky 200 pgs, 10x10, 130 color illus. Cloth 978-0-253-04278-1 $40.00 £29.99 ebook 978-0-253-04281-1 $39.99 £29.99 QUARRY BOOKS

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Kentucky Across the Land

For Lee Mandrell, photography began as a hobby that quickly ignited into a fiery passion and then into a lifelong career. He started out at age fourteen with a secondhand Minolta Hi-Matic E rangefinder. Mandrell worked as a custom darkroom technician in a professional lab for years and was eventually promoted to production manager. He was author of Indianapolis: The Circle City and coauthor of The Great Smoky Mountains: A Visual Journey, Indiana Across the Land, and Illinois Across the Land. DeeDee Niederhouse-Mandrell’s interest in the art of photography began over twenty-five years ago. What started out as a hobby eventually turned into a paying photography job—she is now the principal photographer for the Ray Skillman Corporation. After several years, Niederhouse-Mandrell became the corporation’s creative photography manager for their upper-end magazine advertisements. She is coauthor of The Great Smoky Mountains: A Visual Journey, Indiana Across the Land, and Illinois Across the Land.

Image from Kentucky Across the Land, by Lee Mandrell & DeeDee Niederhouse-Mandrell

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FALL 2019 | GENERAL INTEREST

J. Irwin Miller The Shaping of an American Town By Nancy Kriplen J. Irwin Miller, CEO of Cummins Engine Company, had a vision of transforming the small town of Columbus, Indiana, into a gem of midcentury modern architecture. Miller’s ideas and commitment inspired such legendary architects as I. M. Pei, Eliel and Eero Saarinen, Kevin Roche, and others to contribute their designs to one of the most artistically revolutionary towns in the country. Improbably located in the heart of southern Indiana farmland, Columbus’s unique public art and architecture continue to inspire young architects and attract visitors from around the world. J. Irwin Miller and The Shaping of An American Town tells the life story of this remarkable man who led Cummins from its roots as a small, family business to an international Fortune 500 company. As president and then chairman of Cummins Engine Company, Miller emphasized a corporation’s responsibility to the community in which it was located and its other stakeholders—customers, stockholders, employees, and suppliers. He was not only a patron of the arts but played a significant role in an important period in the American civil rights movement, working with presidents John F. Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson and helping to sponsor the March on Washington. Martin Luther King Jr., once called him “the most socially responsible businessman in the country.” October 2019 Biography, Business, Art & Architecture 160 pgs, 5.5x8.5, 31 b&w illus. Cloth 978-0-253-04381-8 $35.00 £25.99 ebook 978-0-253-04382-5 $34.99 £25.99

Nancy Kriplen is the author of Dwight Davis: The Man and The Cup and The Eccentric Billionaire: John D. MacArthur—Empire Builder, Reluctant Philanthropist, Relentless Adversary. She worked on the editorial staffs of Time magazine and Scripps-Howard’s Indianapolis Times, and her freelance articles have appeared in the New York Times, Smithsonian, Bloomberg.com, Discover, and other publications.

Image from J. Irwin Miller, by Nancy Kriplen. Courtesy of Don Nissen, Columbus Visitors Center.

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265 Midwest Nature Walks By Mary Blocksma Star-shaped flowers, short-tempered snapping turtles, and clusters of chicken-flavored mushrooms are just a few of the many fascinating things awaiting discovery just beyond the typical North American backyard. In Heartland Habitats: 265 Midwest Nature Walks, Mary Blocksma guides readers through North American terrain, introducing them to the land and its thriving wildlife. From birds of all kinds to fungi of both the tasty and deadly varieties—Chicken of the Woods, Death Caps, Jack-O-Lanterns—Blocksma gradually uncovers a world rich with breathtaking beauty. Adventures filled with swan-on-goose battles, squirrel squabbles, and forays into forests all lead to a deeper understanding of the world around us.

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Heartland Habitats

A lively and detailed guide in befriending the great outdoors, Heartland Habitats showcases the natural wonders thriving just outside our homes with full-color illustrations and vivid descriptions. Mary Blocksma is the author of more than 26 books for children and adults including Great Lakes Solo: Exploring the Great Lakes Coastline from the St. Lawrence Seaway to the Boundary Waters of Minnesota; Lake Lover’s Year: A Writer Learns to Paint; What’s on the Beach? A Great Lakes Treasure Hunt; What’s in the Woods? A Great Lakes Treasure Hunt; and Great Lakes Nature: An Outdoor Year. February 2020 Nature, Midwest 256 pgs, 8x10, 159 color illus. Cloth 978-0-253-04579-9 $36.00 £26.99 ebook 978-0-253-04582-9 $35.99 £26.99

Illustrations from Heartland Habitats by Mary Blockmas

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The Engineer of Beasts By Scott Russell Sanders After decades of abuse transforms the world into a toxic wasteland, people flee into the safety of a global network of domed cities. Within these safe, orderly spaces, the only animals allowed are machines in the new world’s mechanized zoos, called disneys. Orlando Spinks prides himself on keeping his father’s disney spotless and orderly, until 13-year-old Mooch explodes into his life and down the throat of a mechanized lion. Mooch quickly wriggles her way into Orlando’s heart with her creative mechanical genius, fiery spirit, and passion for real animals. As her rebellious spark spreads to Orlando, they restore the wild spirit to the mechanical beasts, but catch the eye and ire of the Overseers. Beautifully written, The Engineer of Beasts brings together the best of Scott Russell Sanders’s environmental wisdom with skilled worldbuilding and beloved characters.

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September 2019 Fiction 267 pgs, 5.5x8.25 Paper 978-0-253-04587-4 $14.00 £12.99 ebook 978-0-253-04589-8 $9.99 £9.99

“Sanders takes readers on a whirlwind tour of a future Earth, where cities are domed for protection against the deadly environment and the only animals are machines in the local ‘disneys,’ or mechanized zoos. . . Beautifully written, this book is alternately funny and poignant and filled with memorable characters.” — Publishers Weekly

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Scott Russell Sanders is an award-winning author of over 20 books of fiction and nonfiction with an environmental focus. Sanders’s work has been compared to that of Emerson and Thoreau, as well as to that of Wendell Berry and Annie Dillard. He is Distinguished Professor Emeritus of English at Indiana University Bloomington.


By Scott Russell Sanders Fans today may be surprised to learn Scott Russell Sanders was one of the brightest science-fiction newcomers of the 1980s. In Dancing in Dreamtime, he returns to his roots, exploring both inner and outer space in a speculative collection of short stories. At a time when humankind faces unprecedented, global-scale challenges from climate change, loss of biodiversity, dwindling vital resources, and widespread wars, this collection of planetary tales will strike a poignant chord with the reader. Sanders has created worlds where death tolls rise due to dream deprivation, where animals only exist in mechanical form, and where poisoned air forces people to live in biodomes. Never before has Sanders’s writing been so relevant and never before have the lessons in these stories been so important.

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Dancing in Dreamtime

Scott Russell Sanders is an award-winning author of over 20 books of fiction and nonfiction with an environmental focus. Sanders’s work has been compared to that of Emerson and Thoreau, as well as to that of Wendell Berry and Annie Dillard. He is Distinguished Professor Emeritus of English at Indiana University Bloomington.

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“Clear-eyed and philosophical, Sanders’s vision of our collective undoing, and how we salvage the pieces, mixes intellectualism with magical realism in an uncommon unity of mind and spirit.” — Shelf Awareness

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Terrarium By Scott Russell Sanders With round-the-clock drugs, games, and eros parlors to entertain them and virtual weather to sustain them, humans live inside a global network of domed cities known collectively as the Enclosure. Having poisoned the biosphere, we’ve had to close ourselves off from the Earth. The cities of the Enclosure are scattered around the globe on the land and sea, and are connected by a web of travel tubes, so no one needs to risk exposure. Health Patrollers police the boundaries of the Enclosure to keep the mutants and pollution out.

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Phoenix Marshall decodes satellite images for a living. He has spent all 30 years of his life in Oregon City, afloat on the Pacific Ocean. He busies himself with work and various forms of recreation to keep boredom at bay. One morning he opens his door to find Teeg Passio. Teeg is the same age as Phoenix, but she’s different; she’s menacingly and enticingly wild. She grew up on the outside. Her mother oversaw the recycling of the old cities, and her father helped design the Enclosure. Teeg works maintenance, which allows her to travel outside the walls. When she introduces Phoenix to her crew, he is drawn into a high-tech conspiracy that may threaten everything he understands. Are humans really better off within the Enclosure? Is the Earth? Are Health Patrollers keeping us safe or just keeping us in? Teeg seduces Phoenix out of his orderly life, enlisting him in a secret, political, and sexual rebellion. Teeg and her co-conspirators, part mystics, part tech-wizards, dream of a life embedded in nature. Then one day, during a closely monitored repair mission on the outside, a typhoon offers the rebels a chance to escape the Enclosure and test their utopian dreams in the wilds. Scott Russell Sanders is an award-winning author of over 20 books of fiction and nonfiction with an environmental focus. Sanders’s work has been compared to that of Emerson and Thoreau, as well as to that of Wendell Berry and Annie Dillard. He is Distinguished Professor Emeritus of English at Indiana University Bloomington.

“A keen eye, a sensuous and exact imagination, and a buoyant spirit.” — Ursula K. Le Guin “A keen eye, a sensuous and exact imagination, and a buoyant spirit.” — Ursula K. Le Guin

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On that morning the pressure inside Oregon City and inside his head seemed no greater than usual, no more conducive to visions. A blue wig dangled stylishly about his ears, facepaint disguised his features, and a portfolio of satellite film beneath one arm identified him as a man bound for the office. Chemmies regulated every bodily process that needed regulating. All his life was in order. But when Phoenix emerged from his apartment, ticking off the day's plans in his mind (work, then breeze-tripping for lunch, electro-ball in the afternoon, and eros parlors in the evening), suddenly there she was, a barefooted woman pacing in the wrong direction on the pedbelt. Slap of naked flesh on the conveyor. By matching her stride to the speed of the belt she managed to stay at the same point in the corridor, just opposite his doorway. Bustling along, yet never stirring from her chosen spot, she reminded Phoenix of the conjoined whirl and stillness of a gyroscope. Surely a madwoman. Escaped from the health patrollers. Phoenix backed rump against his apartment door just as it clicked shut. Embarrassed, he glanced down, but not before catching a glimpse of red hair escaping from the woman's hood, her cheeks showing feverishly through a skimpy glaze of cosmetics, her green gown actually darkened with perspiration below the arms and around the neck. The corridor trapped her scent, forced him to breathe it. Smell of hot animal. Her knees, thrusting against the gown at each step, nudged a raw spot in his brain. Just a beast, a throwback, he thought—and he felt aroused and ashamed. By lowering his gaze he hoped to give the woman a chance to recover her senses, to withdraw from his life. But down below were those naked feet, slapping the pedbelt, and they sent his gaze skidding back up along her flanks and spine to the hooded face. So he had the misfortune to be staring at her luminous green eyes when she turned on him and said, "It's called walking, you idiot." Abruptly she stopped her pacing and tugged the hood closer about her face; the conveyor hustled her out of sight. Phoenix blinked. Gone back to her cave, he thought. Crawled under her rock. Good riddance. He filled his lungs slowly, emptied them. The ventilator banished her smell within seconds. Well, that's over, he decided. But the image of her face—flushed, practically naked beneath the film of cosmetics— stuck fast in his memory. He went on to work, transferring from pedbelt to escalator to elevator, and eventually to the roller-chair that deposited him at his desk, where he bent as usual over the satellite monitors. But rather than hunt for signs of hurricanes, thermal inversions, radiation storms, for the thousand signs of Terra's assault on the human system, his eyes kept tracing the shape of the woman's face in the cloud patterns, the bulge of hip and breast in the contours of continents. 27


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My Life with Trains Memoir of a Railroader By Jim McClellan

May 2019 Railroads & Transportation, Memoir 336 pgs, 9.5x8.5, 257 color illus. Paper 978-0-253-04495-2 $30.00 £23.99 ebook 978-0-253-02408-4 $9.99 £9.99

Named one of the “75 People You Should Know” by Trains Magazine, Jim McClellan was a railroading legend and one of the railroad industry’s titans. An iconic and innovative executive, McClellan participated in the creation of both Amtrak and Conrail and worked for the Norfolk Southern, the New York Central, US Railway Association, and the Federal Railroad Administration. My Life with Trains combines a world-class photographer’s love of railroading with the insights of a government and railroad official. The book provides a short historical overview of the changes in the industry, recounts McClellan’s experience at various railroads, and offers personal reflections on a lifetime of working with and chasing trains. Expertly detailed with over 250 stunning color photographs, My Life with Trains covers sixty years as observed by a legendary railroad strategist. Jim McClellan worked in the railroad industry for forty years and was considered “a primary architect of North America’s modern railroad landscape” (Trains Magazine). An avid photographer and painter, Jim lived with his wife, Joanne, in Virginia Beach until he passed away in 2016.

The shared experiences and observations of Jim McClellan from both a public and private sector perspective lend the reader an appreciation for the state of our interwoven freight and passenger systems. My Life with Trains capsulizes rail industry planning dynamics and the evolving accomplishments during an era of financial weakness to the emerging Renaissance.” — Ronald L. Batory, President & Chief Operating Officer, Conrail

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By Richard Van Orman Need a room for the night in the Old West? No problem. Hotels had sprung up everywhere, from forgotten cow towns to the bustling city of San Francisco. The farther from the railroad, the more horrifying the accommodations—your only option was likely a roach-infested hotel, barely held together by boards covered with cloth and paper. But that wasn’t always the case. Nestled in the Rockies in Georgetown, Colorado, for instance, stood the Hotel de Paris, founded by a French deserter and boasting an excellent wine cellar, exquisite cuisine, and outstanding library. Hotels of the Old West reveals the fascinating story of the hotels and hospitality houses—the grand, the deplorable, and the just plain dependable—that flourished and failed in the nineteenth century. Historian Richard A. Van Orman draws on records, autobiographies, letters, and journals to offer a compelling look at the early hotels, their food and living conditions, the people who ran and worked in them, and those who just stayed for a night.

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Hotels of the Old West

Richard A. Van Orman was Professor of History at Purdue University. He was the author of The Explorers: Nineteenth-Century Expeditions in Africa and the American West.

February 2019 U.S. History 162 pgs, 5.5x8.25, 22 b&w illus. Paper 978-0-253-04270-5 $16.00 £11.99

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The Denham Massacre By Neil Watson

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A Forensic Forum By Robin Odell

The Havant Boy Ripper By David Green

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In the Interests of Science By Kate Clarke

Jack and Old Jewry By Amanda Harvey-Purse

Joseph By Joanne Vigor-Mungovin

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Krayology By John Bennett

The Master Ghost Hunter By Richard Whittington-Egan

Never A Dull Moment By Gladys Howard

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A Police Officer and A Gentleman By Clive Emsley

Trial of Israel Lipski By M. W. Oldridge

Trial of Louise Masset By Kate Clarke

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Indiana University Maurer School of Law The First 175 Years By Linda K. Fariss and Keith Buckley Throughout its 175-year history, the Indiana University Maurer School of Law has grown, diversified, and flourished to become of a nationally recognized law school. With strong and dedicated leadership, the school has emerged into the 21st century stronger than ever and has partnerships among with leading institutions in the world, and an alumni base that spans the globe. Preparing student for the practice of law, promoting the best interests of society, and taking a leadership role in providing solutions to the most pressing problems of society, are among the many achievements of the school and its faculty. Filled with historical photographs and engaging sidebars, this book tells the story of the individuals who built, sustained, and strengthened the Indiana University Maurer School of Law. Linda K. Fariss is the director emerita of the Jerome Hall Law Library and a 1988 graduate of the Maurer School of Law. Prior to her retirement, Fariss served in various capacities at the Jerome Hall Law Library over a 40-year career, including law library director and senior lecturer in law. In addition to articles on law librarianship, Fariss is author of (with Keith Buckley and Colleen K. Pauwels) Legal Research: Traditional Sources, New Technology. November 2019 Legal History, Indiana University 176 pgs, 8x10, 132 color illus. Cloth 978-0-253-04616-1 $30.00 ÂŁ23.99 ebook 978-0-253-04619-2 $29.99 ÂŁ23.99 WELL HOUSE BOOKS

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Keith Buckley is the director of the Jerome Hall Law Library and a 1989 graduate of the Maurer School of Law. In his 40 years with the Jerome Hall Law Library, Buckley has served in a number of capacities, from reference librarian to law library director. Buckley is author of (with Ann Nolan) Indiana Stonecarver: The Story of Thomas R. Reding.

Image from Indiana University Maurer School of Law, by Linda K. Fariss and Keith Buckley. Courtesy of Jerome Hall Law Library Archives 006\2013.FACG.17.


150 Years of Headlines, Deadlines and Bylines Edited by Rachel Kipp, Amy Wimmer Schwarb, and Charlie Scudder

October 2019 History, Indiana University 288 pgs, 9.5x12, 207 color illus. Cloth 978-0-253-04612-3 $30.99 £23.99 ebook 978-0-253-04615-4 $29.99 £23.99 WELL HOUSE BOOKS

For more than 150 years, Indiana University Bloomington’s studentproduced newspaper, the Indiana Daily Student, has grown and changed with the times and the school. Generations of student journalists, armed with notepads, cameras and a tireless devotion, have pursued both local and national stories since the newspaper’s debut in 1867. In Indiana Daily Student: 150 Years of Headlines, Deadlines and Bylines, editors and IDS alumni Rachel Kipp, Amy Wimmer Schwarb and Charles Scudder piece together behind-thescenes remembrances from former IDS reporters and photographers, newsroom images from throughout the decades and a curated collection of notable IDS front pages. From coverage of the end of World War I to the selection of Herman B Wells as IU’s president to the Hoosiers’ national basketball championship titles to the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, the IDS has chronicled news from a student perspective. Today, it serves as a training ground for fledgling journalists who have gone on to be monumental voices in American and global media. Remembrances from some of the most prominent journalists to emerge from the IDS are included here: among them, publisher and journalism philanthropist Nelson Poynter; National Public Radio television critic Eric Deggans; and Pulitzer Prize winners Ernie Pyle, Thomas French and Melissa Farlow. While at IU, students at the IDS built and maintained beloved traditions they continue to share today, all while offering a full spectrum of coverage for their readers. The first book on the paper’s history, Indiana Daily Student offers a comprehensive celebration of the newspaper’s achievements, as well as historic front pages, photographs and personal narratives from current and former IDS journalists.

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Rachel Kipp, BAJ 2002, is associate editorial director of Knowledge@Wharton, the online business journal and podcast of The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania. She previously worked at the News Journal in Wilmington, Delaware, the Chronicle-Tribune in Marion, Indiana, and The Associated Press. Amy Wimmer Schwarb, BAJ 1998, is editor of Champion magazine, published by the National Collegiate Athletic Association. She was previously a writer and editor at the St. Petersburg (now Tampa Bay) Times and Indianapolis Monthly and has taught news reporting at IU and the University of Florida. Charlie Scudder, BAJ 2014, is a feature writer at the Dallas Morning News. He received his master’s degree in American Studies from Southern Methodist University in 2017.

Images from Indiana Daily Student, edited by Rachel Kipp, Amy Wimmer Schwarb, and Charlie Scudder. Courtesy of IU Archives, P0029072 (left) and Indiana Daily Student (right).

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Indiana University and the World A Celebration of Collaboration, 1890-2018 By Patrick O’Meara With Leah Peck

August 2019 Indiana University 336 pgs, 10x8, 215 color illus. Cloth 978-0-253-04428-0 $36.00 £26.99 ebook 978-0-253-04431-0 $35.99 £26.99 WELL HOUSE BOOKS

Indiana University’s administration, faculty, and staff believe that an international reach is a central part of the teaching and research identity of a great university. Beginning with “summer tramps” led by faculty in the later 1800s, providing support to a struggling German higher education system devastated by World War II, partnering with Kenyan medical institutions, and collaborating with Ukrainian parliamentarians, IU has participated in a diverse range of international opportunities. What connects these seemingly disparate efforts is their reciprocal nature. IU’s international activities have benefited countless lives while providing opportunities for the intellectual development of faculty and students. This commitment to international engagement continues into Indiana University’s third century, with the launch of Gateway offices in economically and culturally dynamic parts of the world, such as China, India, Germany, and Mexico. Patrick O’Meara is Special Advisor to the Indiana University President, Vice President Emeritus, and Professor of Public and Environmental Affairs and Political Science. O’Meara greatly expanded the range and depth of international involvement at IU over the years and has published extensively in global and international affairs. Leah K. Peck has a Ph.D. in higher education administration from Indiana University. Before coming to IU, she had several years of experience in university administration in Minnesota. Her research focuses on international development in higher education and various aspects of university internationalization efforts.

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The Spirit of Generosity Shaping IU Through Philanthropy By Curtis Simic and Sandra Bate How does commitment to a university become so significant that it prompts giving that can impact generations of students? Are donors motivated by their own experiences, memories of friends and mentors, or aspirations to fund cutting edge research, teaching, and service? At Indiana University, authentic and trusting partnerships pave the way for donors to invest in the causes they believe in, resulting in the creation of knowledge, of opportunity, and of beauty across campus.

September 2019 Indiana University, Philanthropy 136 pgs, 10x8, 26 color illus. Cloth 978-0-253-04329-0 $18.00 ÂŁ12.99 ebook 978-0-253-04333-7 $17.99 ÂŁ12.99 WELL HOUSE BOOKS

The Spirit of Generosity: Shaping IU through Philanthropy shares compelling stories of thirteen partnerships that have advanced the common good at Indiana University. These relationships, though unique, are founded on the understanding that gifts reflect the values and dreams of donors. Whether giving endows a chair, funds scholarships, or renovates buildings, it is infused with deep meaning and leaves a lasting impact on the university community. This book honors the generosity of spirit that motivates philanthropy and helps Indiana University fulfill its mission to provide broad access to education, excel in innovative research and teaching, and improve the human condition. Curtis R. Simic is President Emeritus of the Indiana University Foundation. During his 20-year presidency, he is credited with boosting voluntary giving from $70 million and 60,000 donors to more than $270 million from 120,000 donors annually. A national leader in institutional advancement, he has mentored hundreds of advancement professionals who now lead fundraising in American higher education. Sandra Bate directed the marketing and communications initiatives at the Indiana University Foundation and the Indiana University Alumni Association. During her career in advancement at Indiana University, she also served at IU South Bend, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, and the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at IU Bloomington.

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The Education of Alice Hamilton From Fort Wayne to Harvard By Matthew Ringenberg, William Ringenberg, and Joseph Brain As the founder of the Occupational Safety and Health Act and the first woman faculty member of Harvard University, Alice Hamilton will be remembered for her contributions to public health and her remarkable career. Born and raised in Fort Wayne, Indiana, Hamilton attended several medical schools contributing to her lifelong dedication to learning. Focusing on the investigation of the health and safety conditions – or rather lack thereof – in the nation’s factories and mines during the second decade of the twentieth century, her discoveries led to factory and mine level-initiated reforms, and to city, state, and federal reform legislation. It also led to a greater recognition in the nation’s universities for formal academic programs in industrial and public health. In 1919 the Harvard officials considered Hamilton the best qualified person in the country to lead their effort in this area. The Education of Alice Hamilton is an inspiring story of a woman dedicated to erudition and helping others. Matthew C. Ringenberg is a Chair and Associate Professor of Social Work at Valparaiso University. William C. Ringenberg is partially retired as a professor emeritus of History at Taylor University. November 2019 Biography, Midwest 192 pgs, 5.5x8.5, 44 b&w illus. Paper 978-0-253-04399-3 $18.00 £12.99 ebook 978-0-253-04400-6 $17.99 £12.99

Joseph Brain is the Cecil and Phillip Drinker Professor of Environmental Physiology in the Harvard University T.H. Chan School of Public Health.

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Image from The Education of Alice Hamilton by Matthew Ringenberg, William Ringenberg, and Joseph Brain. Courtesy of the Schlesinger Library at the Radcliffe Institute, Harvard University.


Achieving Peace, Prosperity, and Sustainability in Southeast Asia By David Carden For half a century, ten dynamic nations in Southeast Asia have been implementing a shared vision of economic growth, sustainable development, and cultural progress. Today, the economies of those nations are linked inextricably with the future of greater Asia as well as with the United States and the other Western countries. With authoritarianism and protectionism on the rise around the world and the catastrophic effects of global warming making action urgent, the nations that form the Association of Southeast Asia Nations are more relevant and under greater political and social stress than ever. In these illuminating pages, David Carden, the first American resident ambassador to ASEAN, paints a vivid portrait of the regional and global cooperation required to meet today, and interconnected future. Carden takes us behind the scenes as the leaders of these ten nations work to prepare their countries and their region for the 21st century. Carden persuasively argues that the unfolding story of the ASEAN nations is a story for the entire world that we are all increasingly interdependent and confronted with the existential need to solve the same set of challenges.

October 2019 Current Events 274 pgs, 6x9, 4 color illus. Cloth 978-0-253-04576-8 $35.00 £25.99 ebook 978-0-253-04575-1 $34.99 £25.99

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Mapping ASEAN

David. L. Carden is the former United States Ambassador to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations. He is a recipient of the US Department of State’s Superior Honor Award. A partner at the international law firm Jones Day, Carden also serves as the Chairman of the Advisory Board for the Center for Rural Excellence at Indiana University.

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Applying the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning beyond the Individual Classroom Edited by Jennifer Friberg and Kathleen McKinney When the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) emerged, it often concentrated on individual faculty practice in one classroom; it is now, however, increasingly common to find work in SoTL focused more broadly. SoTL studies may engage with a cluster of courses, a program, a particular population of students, a pedagogical approach, or a field—all of which are represented in the essays collected here by authors from a diverse array of institutions and nations. This volume features examples of SoTL research conducted in, and applied to, a variety of contexts and disciplines, offering a theoretical framework for an expanded vision of SoTL—one that moves beyond the individual classroom. Jennifer Friberg is the Cross Endowed Chair in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning and Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Illinois State University. She is author (with Sarah Ginsberg and Colleen F. Visconti) of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology: Evidence-Based Education and co-founder of the disciplinary SoTL journal Teaching and Learning in Communication Sciences & Disorders.

September 2019 Education 272 pgs, 6x9, 10 b&w illus. Cloth 978-0-253-04282-8 $80.00 £60.00 Paper 978-0-253-04283-5 $35.00 £25.99 ebook 978-0-253-04286-6 $34.99 £25.99 SCHOLARSHIP OF TEACHING AND LEARNING JENNIFER META ROBINSON, WHITNEY M. SCHLEGEL, MARY TAYLOR HUBER, EDITORS

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Kathleen McKinney is Professor Emeritus of Sociology at Illinois State University, where she also served as the first Cross Endowed Chair in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. She is author of Enhancing Learning through the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: The Challenges and Joys of Juggling and editor of The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning In and Across the Disciplines.


Professional Wrestling in the Digital Age Edited by Dru Jeffries The millions of fans who watch World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) programs each year are well aware of their role in building the narrative of the sport. #WWE: Professional Wrestling in the Digital Age explores the intersections between media, technology, and fandom in WWEs contemporary programming and business practices. In the Reality Era of WWE (2011 to the present), wrestling narratives have increasingly drawn on real-life personalities and events that stretch beyond the story-world created and maintained by WWE. At the same time, the internet and fandom have a greater influence on the company than ever before. By examining various sites of struggle and negotiation between WWE executives and in-ring performers, between the product and its fans, and between the company and the rest of the wrestling industry, the contributors to this volume highlight the role of various media platforms in shaping and disseminating WWE narratives. Treating the company and its product not merely as sports entertainment, but also as a brand, an employer, a company, a content producer, and an object of fandom, #WWE conceptualizes the evolution of professional wrestling’s most successful company in the digital era.

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#WWE

Dru Jeffries teaches in the Cultural Studies department at Wilfrid Laurier University. He is author of Comic Book Film Style: Cinema at 24 Panels Per Second.

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“Like a great pro wrestler has a signature move for taking down a rival, every student and scholar of sports media and professional wrestling should have a book like this to help them pin down the importance of the WWE on sports and culture.” — Adam Earnheardt, editor (with Paul Haridakis and Barbara Hugenberg) of Sports Fans, Identity, and Socialization: Exploring the Fandemonium

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Scaled for Success The Internationalisation of the Mermaid Edited by Philip Hayward Emerging from the confluence of Greco-Roman mythology and regional folklore, the mermaid has been an enduring motif in Western culture since the medieval period. It has also been disseminated more widely, initially through Western trade and colonization and, more recently, through the increasing globalization of media products and outlets. Scaled for Success offers the first detailed overview of the mermaid’s dispersal outside Europe. Complementing previous studies of the interrelationship between the mermaid and Mami Wata spirit in West Africa, this volume addresses the mermaid’s presence in a range of Middle Eastern, Asian, Australian, Latin American and North American contexts. Individual chapters identify the manner in which the mermaid has been variously syncretized and/or resignified in contexts as diverse as Indian public statuary, Thai cinema, and Coney Island’s annual Mermaid Parade.

July 2018 Film & Media 256 pgs, 6x9, 75 color illus. Paper 978-0-86196-732-2 $35.00 £25.00 eBook 978-0-86196-952-4 $34.99 £26.99 DISTRIBUTED FOR JOHN LIBBEY PUBLISHING

Rather than lingering as a relic of a bygone age, the mermaid emerges as a versatile, dynamic and, above all, polyvalent figure. Her prominence exemplifies the manner in which contemporary media-lore has extended the currency of established folkloric figures in new and often surprising ways. Analyzing aspects of religious symbolism, visual art, literature and contemporary popular culture, this copiously illustrated volume profiles an intriguing and highly diverse phenomenon. Philip Hayward is editor of the journal Shima and holds adjunct professor positions at the University of Technology Sydney and at Southern Cross University. His previous volume, Making a Splash: Mermaids (and Mermen) in 20th and 21st Century Audiovisual Media, was published by John Libbey Publishing/Indiana University Press in 2017.

The Call of the Heart John M. Stahl and Hollywood Melodrama Edited by Bruce Babington and Charles Barr

November 2018 Film & Media 256 pgs, 6.5x9.5, 20 b&w illus., 20 color illus. Paper 978-0-86196-736-0 $42.00 £30.00 eBook 978-0-86196-954-8 $41.99 £28.99 DISTRIBUTED FOR JOHN LIBBEY PUBLISHING

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The profusion of research on film history means that there are now few Hollywood filmmakers in the category of Neglected Master; John M Stahl (1886-1950) has been stuck in it for far too long. His strong association with melodrama and the woman’s film is a key to this neglect; those mainstays of popular cinema are no longer the object of critical scorn or indifference, but Stahl has until now hardly benefited from this welcome change in attitude. His remarkable silent melodramas were either lost, or buried in archives, while his major sound films such as Imitation of Life and Magnificent Obsession, equally successful in their time, have been overshadowed by the glamour of the 1950s remakes by Douglas Sirk. Sirk is a far from neglected figure; Stahl’s much longer Hollywood career deserves attention and celebration in its own right, as this book definitively shows. Drawing on a wide range of film and document archives, scholars from three continents come together to cover Stahl’s work, as director and also producer, from its beginnings during World War I to his death, as a still active filmmaker, in 1950. Between them they make a strong case for Stahl as an important figure in cinema history, and as author of many films that still have the power to move their audiences. Bruce Babington taught film for many years at Newcastle University. Charles Barr worked for many years at the University of East Anglia, Norwich, and has since taught in St Louis, Dublin and Galway.


Magic Lantern Slides in the History of Learning Edited by Frank Kessler and Sarah Dellmann Slides for the magic or optical lantern were a major tool for knowledge transfer in the second half of the 19th and early 20th centuries. Schools, universities, the church and many public and private institutions all over the world relied on the lantern for illustrated lectures and demonstrations. This volume brings together scholarly research on the educational uses of the optical lantern in different disciplines by international specialists, representing the state of the art of magic lantern research today. In addition, it contains a lab section with contributions by archivists and curators and performers reflecting on ways to preserve, present and re-use this immensely rich cultural heritage today.

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A Million Pictures

Frank Kessler holds the chair of Media History at Utrecht University and is a former president of Domitor, the international association of research on early cinema.

March 2019 Film & Media, History, Education 256 pgs, 6x9, 50 b&w illus., 10 color illus. Paper 978-0-86196-735-3 $32.00 £24.99 eBook 978-0-86196-956-2 $31.99 £24.99 KINTOP STUDIES IN EARLY CINEMA DISTRIBUTED FOR JOHN LIBBEY PUBLISHING

Sarah Dellman is a media historian with an expertise in visual media of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, mostly in Europe. She especially works on the magic lantern and early cinema, integrating archival, ethical, epistemological and intermedial perspectives as well as digital methods. After her PhD defense in 2015, Dellmann worked as researcher and coordinator in the research project A Million Pictures: Magic Lantern Slide Heritage as Artefacts in the Common European History of Learning (2015–2018) and was chief organiser of the projects international conference. She is editor at Early Popular Visual Culture and author of Images of Dutchness: Popular Visual Culture, Early Cinema, and the Emergence of a National Clich, 1800–1914.

EWVA European Women’s Video Art in the 70s and 80s Edited by Laura Leuzzi, Elaine Shemilt, and Stephen Partridge EWVA European Women’s Video Art in the 70s and 80s is the main output of the eponymous research project funded by the Arts and Humanities Research Council and based at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design. The research team consisted of the Principal Investigator, Professor Elaine Shemilt, the Co-investigator Professor Stephen Partridge, Dr Laura Leuzzi, as PostDoctoral Researcher and Adam Lockhart as Media Archivist. The book retraces some of the stories of early women artists video experimentation in Europe, and their achievements, and features chapters on fundamental case studies of early video artworks, themes, genres and geographical areas, to interest curators, academics, artists and the general public. This publication aims to contribute to a reassessment of women artists involvement in early video art and strength their profiles and identities within the art historical canon.

April 2019 Film & Media, Women’s Studies 240 pgs, 6.5x9.5, 120 b&w illus., 20 color illus. Cloth 978-0-86196-734-6 $49.00 £35.00 DISTRIBUTED FOR JOHN LIBBEY PUBLISHING

Laura Leuzzi is an art historian and curator. Currently she is Co-Investigator on the AHRC funded research project Richard Demarco. The Italian Connection at DJCAD. Stephen Partridge is an artist, academic researcher and the principal investigator on the AHRC funded research projects Rewind | Artists Video in the 70s and 80s and REWIND– Italia Artists Video in Italy in 70s and 80s (Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design, University of Dundee). He is Co-Investigator on the AHRC funded research projects EWVA European Women’s Video Art in the 70s and 80s and Richard Demarco. The Italian Connection, both based at DJCAD. Professor Elaine Shemilt was a pioneer of early feminist video and multi-media installation work. She has been Professor of Fine Art Printmaking at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design, University of Dundee since 2005.

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Documentary Across Platforms Reverse Engineering Media, Place, and Politics By Patricia R. Zimmermann Foreword by Gina Marchetti

October 2019 Film & Media 296 pgs, 6.125x9.25, 20 b&w illus. Cloth 978-0-253-04346-7 $85.00 £65.00 Paper 978-0-253-04347-4 $32.00 £23.99 ebook 978-0-253-04349-8 $31.99 £23.99

In Documentary Across Platforms, noted scholar of film and experimental media Patricia R. Zimmermann offers a glimpse into the ever-evolving constellation of practices known as “documentary” and the way in which they investigate, engage with, and interrogate the world. Collected here for the first time are her celebrated essays and speculations about documentary, experimental, and new media published outside of traditional scholarly venues. These essays envision documentary as a complex ecology composed of different technologies, sets of practices, and specific relationships to communities, engagement, politics, and social struggles. Through the lens of reverse engineering—the concept that ideas just like objects can be disassembled to learn how they work and then rebuilt into something new and better—Zimmermann explores how numerous small-scale documentary works present strategies of intervention into existing power structures. Adaptive to their context, modular, and unfixed, the documentary practices she explores exploit both sophisticated high-end professional and consumer-grade amateur technologies, moving through different political terrains, different platforms, and different exhibition contexts. Together these essays demonstrate documentary’s role as a conceptual practice to think through how the world is organized and to imagine ways that it might be reorganized with actions, communities, and ideas. Patricia R. Zimmermann is Professor of Screen Studies at Ithaca College and codirector of the Finger Lakes Environmental Film Festival. She is the author and editor of numerous titles including Reel Families: A Social History of Amateur Film; (with Scott MacDonald) The Flaherty: Decades in the Cause of Independent Film; and (with Helen De Michiel) Open Space New Media Documentary: A Toolkit for Theory and Practice.

“Patricia Zimmermann has been at the forefront of the development of contemporary documentary studies. From the time of her first intervention (on the previously unremarked significance of amateur film) she has continued to make contributions noted for their scope and originality. Zimmermann has the enviable ability to always be at the cutting edge but never to be faddist.” — Brian Winston, editor of The Documentary Film Book

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North America and Europe in the 1910s and 1920s Edited by Marina Dahlquist and Joel Frykholm The potential of films to educate has been crucial for the development of cinema intended to influence culture and is as important as conceptions of film as a form of art, science, industry, or entertainment. Using the concept of institutionalization as a heuristic for generating new approaches to the history of educational cinema, contributors to this volume study the co-evolving discourses, cultural practices, technical standards, and institutional frameworks that transformed educational cinema from a convincing idea into an enduring genre. The Institutionalization of Educational Cinema examines the methods of production, distribution, and exhibition established for the use of educational films within institutions–such as schools, libraries, and industrial settings in various national and international contexts and takes a close look at the networks of organizations, individuals, and government agencies that were created as a result of these films’ circulation. Through case studies of educational cinemas in different North American and European countries that explore various modes of institutionalization of educational film, this book highlights the wide range of vested interests that framed the birth of educational and nontheatrical cinema.

January 2020 Film & Media, Education 288 pgs, 6.125x9.25, 22 b&w illus. Cloth 978-0-253-04519-5 $90.00 £69.00 Paper 978-0-253-04520-1 $38.00 £28.99 ebook 978-0-253-04522-5 $37.99 £28.99

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The Institutionalization of Educational Cinema

Marina Dahlquist is Associate Professor of Cinema Studies at Stockholm University. She is editor of Exploring Perilous Pauline: Pearl White and the Serial Film Craze and (with Doron Galili, Jan Olsson, and Valentine Robert) of Corporeality in Early Cinema: Viscera, Skin, and Physical Form. Joel Frykholm is Research Associate at Stockholm University, Department of Media Studies, Section for Cinema Studies. He is author of George Kleine and American Cinema: The Movie Business and Film Culture in the Silent Era.

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The Media World of ISIS Edited by Michael Krona and Rosemary Pennington From efficient instructions on how to kill civilians to horrifying videos of beheadings, no terrorist organization has more comprehensively weaponized social media than ISIS. Its strategic, multiplatformed campaign is so effective that it has ensured global news coverage and inspired hundreds of young people around the world to abandon their lives and their countries to join a foreign war. The Media World of ISIS explores the characteristics, mission, and tactics of the organization’s use of media and propaganda. Contributors consider how ISIS’s media strategies imitate activist tactics, legitimize its self-declared caliphate, and exploit narratives of suffering and imprisonment as propaganda to inspire followers. Using a variety of methods, contributors explore the appeal of ISIS to Westerners, the worldview made apparent in its doctrine, and suggestions for counteracting the organization’s approaches. Its highly developed, targeted, and effective media campaign has helped make ISIS one of the most recognized terrorism networks in the world. Gaining a comprehensive understanding of its strategies—what worked and why—will help combat the new realities of terrorism in the 21st century. Michael Krona is Assistant Professor in Media and Communication Studies and Visual Communication at Malmö University, Sweden. He works within a nationally funded research project in Sweden exploring Salafi-jihadist information operations, with particular focus on ISIS communication practices. November 2019 Film & Media, Middle East 352 pgs, 6x9, 16 b&w illus. Cloth 978-0-253-04591-1 $80.00 £60.00 Paper 978-0-253-04592-8 $40.00 £29.99 ebook 978-0-253-04594-2 $39.99 £29.99

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Rosemary Pennington is Assistant Professor in Miami University’s Department of Media, Journalism, and Film. She is editor (with Hilary Kahn) of On Islam: Muslims and the Media.


Nostalgia, Violence, and Regionalism By Adam R. Ochonicky

December 2019 Film & Media, Midwest 296 pgs, 6.125x9.25, 23 b&w illus. Cloth 978-0-253-04596-6 $90.00 £69.00 Paper 978-0-253-04597-3 $32.00 £23.99 ebook 978-0-253-04600-0 $31.99 £23.99

How do works from film and literature–Sister Carrie, Meet Me in St. Louis, and A History of Violence, for example–imagine, reify, and reproduce American Midwestern identity? And what are the repercussions of such regional narratives and images circulating in American culture? In The American Midwest in Film and Literature: Nostalgia, Violence, and Regionalism, Adam R. Ochonicky provides a critical overview of the evolution, contestation, and fragmentation of the Midwest’s symbolic and often contradictory meanings. Using the frontier writings of Frederick Jackson Turner as a starting point, this book establishes a succession of Midwestern filmic and literary texts stretching from the late-19th century through the beginning of the 21st century and argues that the manifold properties of nostalgia have continually transformed popular understandings and ideological uses of the Midwest’s place-identity. Ochonicky identifies three primary modes of nostalgia at play across a set of textual objects: the projection of nostalgia onto the physical landscapes and into the cultural sphere (nostalgic spatiality); nostalgia as a cultural force that regulates behaviors, identities, and appearances (nostalgic violence); and the progressive potential of nostalgia to generate an acknowledgment and possible rectification of ways in which the flawed past negatively affects the present (nostalgic atonement). While developing these new conceptions of nostalgia, Ochonicky reveals how an under-examined area of regional study has received critical attention throughout the histories of American film and literature, as well as in related materials and discourses. From the closing of the Western frontier to the polarized political and cultural climate of the 21st century, this book demonstrates how film and literature have been and continue to be vital forums for illuminating the complex interplay of regionalism and nostalgia.

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The American Midwest in Film and Literature

Adam R. Ochonicky is Lecturer of English at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. He is the Media Review Editor of Middle West Review.

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Sketch Comedy Identity, Reflexivity, and American Television By Nick Marx In Sketch Comedy: Identity, Reflexivity, and American Television, Nick Marx examines some of the genre’s most memorable—and controversial—moments from the early days of television to the contemporary line-up. Through explorations of sketches from wellknown shows such as Saturday Night Live, The State, Inside Amy Schumer, Key & Peele, and more, Marx argues that the genre has served as a battleground for the struggle between comedians who are pushing the limits of what is possible on television and network executives who are more mindful of the financial bottom line. Whether creating new catchphrases or transgressing cultural taboos, sketch comedies give voice to marginalized performers and audiences, providing comedians and viewers opportunities to test their own ideas about their place in society, while simultaneously echoing mainstream cultural trends. The result, Marx suggests, is a hilarious and flexible form of identity play unlike anything else in American popular culture and media. Nick Marx is Assistant Professor of Media and Visual Culture in the Department of Communication Studies at Colorado State University. He is editor (with Matt Sienkiewicz and Ron Becker) of Saturday Night Live and American TV and (with Matt Sienkiewicz) The Comedy Studies Reader.

November 2019 Film & Media 192 pgs, 6x9, 17 b&w illus. Cloth 978-0-253-04414-3 $80.00 £60.00 Paper 978-0-253-04416-7 $26.00 £19.99 ebook 978-0-253-04425-9 $25.99 £19.99

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Discourse and Practice Edited by Lijun Zhang and Ziying You Foreword by Chao Gejin Chinese folklorists are well acquainted with the work of their English-language colleagues, but until recently the same could not be said about American scholars’ knowledge of Chinese folkloristics. Chinese Folklore Studies Today aims to address this knowledge gap by illustrating the dynamics of contemporary folklore studies in China as seen through the eyes of the up-and-coming generation of scholars. Contributors to this volume focuses on topics that have long been the dominant areas of folklore studies in China, including myth, folk song, and cultural heritage, as well as topics that are new to the field, such as urban folklore and women’s folklore. The ethnographic case studies presented here represent a broad range of geographic areas within mainland China and also introduce English-language readers to relevant Chinese literature on each topic, creating the foundation for further cross-cultural collaborations between English-language and Chinese folkloristics.

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Chinese Folklore Studies Today

Lijun Zhang is Research Associate at Mathers Museum of World Cultures at Indiana University. She is author (with Marsha MacDowell) of Quilts of Southwest China.

November 2019 Folklore 208 pgs, 6x9, 5 b&w illus., 1 map Cloth 978-0-253-04409-9 $75.00 £57.00 Paper 978-0-253-04410-5 $30.00 £23.99 ebook 978-0-253-04411-2 $29.99 £23.99

Ziying You is Visiting Assistant Professor of Chinese Studies at The College of Wooster. She is coeditor of a special issue for the journal Asian Ethnology, titled Intangible Cultural Heritage in Asia: Traditions in Transition.

“An excellent contribution to the communication between Chinese and American folklorists that reflects important aspects of current studies on Chinese folklore from the eyes of young folklorists. This book is an important and a necessary supplement to those publications on Chinese folklore studies in English which have mainly been written and organized by senior Chinese folklorists.” –Lihui Yang, author (with Deming An) of Handbook of Chinese Mythology

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Reciprocal Ethnography and the Power of Women’s Narratives By Elaine Lawless Foreword by Amy Shuman Folklorist Elaine J. Lawless has devoted her career to ethnographic research with undeserved groups in the American Midwest, including charismatic Pentecostals, clergywomen, victims of domestic violence, and displaced African Americans. She has consistently focused her research on women’s speech in these contexts and has developed a new approach to ethnographic research which she calls “reciprocal ethnography,” while growing a detailed corpus of work on women’s narrative style and expressive speech. Reciprocal ethnography is a feminist and collaborative ethnographic approach that Lawless developed as a challenge to the reflexive turn in anthropological fieldwork and research in the 1970s, which was often male-centric, ignoring the contributions by and study of women’s culture. Collected here for the first time are Lawless’s key articles on the topics of reciprocal ethnography and women’s narrative which influenced not only folklore, but also the allied fields of anthropology, sociology, performance studies, and women’s and gender studies. Lawless’s methods and research continue to be critically relevant in today’s global struggle for gender equality.

September 2019 Folklore, Anthropology 216 pgs, 6x9 Cloth 978-0-253-04296-5 $80.00 £60.00 Paper 978-0-253-04297-2 $30.00 £23.99 ebook 978-0-253-04298-9 $29.99 £23.99

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Elaine J. Lawless is Curators’ Distinguished Professor Emerita of English and Folklore Studies, Women’s and Gender Studies, and Religious Studies at the University of Missouri. She is author of multiple books including The Liberation of Winifred Bryan Horner: Writer, Teacher, and Women’s Rights Advocate, Women Escaping Violence: Empowerment Through Narrative, and When They Blew the Levee: Race, Politics and Community in Pinhook, Missouri.


Explorations in the Aesthetic, the Existential, and the Possible By Lorraine Mortimer

October 2019 Folklore, Anthropology 352 pgs, 6.125x9.25, 30 b&w illus. Cloth 978-0-253-04394-8 $100.00 £76.00 Paper 978-0-253-04397-9 $39.00 £29.99 ebook 978-0-253-04395-5 $38.99 £50.99

In Roger Sandall’s Films and Contemporary Anthropology, Lorraine Mortimer argues that while social anthropology and documentary film share historic roots and goals, particularly on the continent of Australia, their trajectories have tended to remain separate. This book reunites film and anthropology through the works of Roger Sandall, a New Zealand–born filmmaker and Columbia University graduate, who was part of the vibrant avant-garde and social documentary film culture in New York in the 1960s. Mentored by Margaret Mead in anthropology and Cecile Starr in fine arts, Sandall was eventually hired as the one-man film unit at the newly formed Australian Institute of Aboriginal Studies in 1965. In the 1970s, he became a lecturer in anthropology at the University of Sydney. Sandall won First Prize for Documentary at the Venice Film Festival in 1968, yet his films are scarcely known, even in Australia now. Mortimer demonstrates how Sandall’s films continue to be relevant to contemporary discussions in the fields of anthropology and documentary studies. She ties exploration of the making and restriction of Sandall’s aboriginal films and his nonrestricted films made in Mexico, Australia, and India to the radical history of anthropology and the resurgence today of an expanded, existential-phenomenological anthropology that encompasses the vital connections between humans, animals, things, and our environment.

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Roger Sandall’s Films and Contemporary Anthropology

Lorraine Mortimer is Honorary Associate in the Department of Anthropology at the University of Sydney and has taught in Sociology/Anthropology and Cinema Studies. She is the translator of Edgar Morin’s The Cinema or The Imaginary Man: An Essay in Sociological Anthropology and author of Terror and Joy: The Films of Dušan Makavejev.

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Where Rivers and Mountains Sing Sound, Music, and Nomadism in Tuva and Beyond, New Edition By Theodore Levin With Valentina Szkei Winner, 2007 ASCAP Deems Taylor Bela Bartok Award for Ethnomusicology Where Rivers and Mountains Sing takes readers on a journey through the rich sonic world of inner Asia, where the elemental energies of wind, water, and echo, the ubiquitous presence of birds and animals, and the legendary feats of heroes have inspired a remarkable art and technology of sound-making among nomadic pastoralists. As performers from Tuva and other parts of inner Asia have responded to the growing worldwide popularity of their music, Levin follows them to the West, detailing their efforts to nourish global connections while preserving the power and poignancy of their music traditions. Includes access to supplemental video clips and music clips. Theodore Levin is Arthur R. Virgin Professor of Music at Dartmouth College and author of The Hundred Thousand Fools of God: Musical Travels in Central Asia (and Queens, New York) and editor (with Saida Daukeyeva, and Elmira Köchümkulova) of The Music of Central Asia.

Now in Paperback - December 2019 Ethnomusicology, Folklore, Eurasia 312 pgs, 6.125x9.25, 73 b&w illus., 2 maps Paper 978-0-253-04471-6 $25.00 £18.99 ebook 978-0-253-04503-4 $24.99 £18.99

Valentina Süzükei is Senior Academic Officer of the Tuvan Institute for Humanities Research in Kyzyl, Tuva. She is author of three books on Tuvan music, including The Musical Culture of Tuva in the Twentieth Century (in Russian).

“No other writer could extract such a mélange of philosophy, acoustics, and aesthetics from one man’s vocalization over a running stream—or report with such canny insight on how that individual must negotiate his life as a ‘star’ in the West.” — Michael Church, BBC World Service

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Redefining the Discourse of Gender-Bending By Meredith Heller Theatrical gender-bending, also called drag, is a popular form of entertainment and a subject of scholarly study. However, most drag studies do not question the standard words and ideas used to convey this performance genre. Drawing on a rich body of archival and ethnographic research, Meredith Heller illuminates diverse examples of theatrical gender-bending: male impersonation in variety and vaudeville (1860–1920); the “sexless” gender-bending of El Teatro Campesino (1960-1980); queer butch acts performed by black nightclub singers, such as Stormé DeLarverie, instigator of the Stonewall riots (1910-1970); and the range of acts that compose contemporary drag king shows. Heller highlights how, in each case, standard drag discourses do not sufficiently capture the complexity of performers’ intents and methods, nor do they provide a strong enough foundation for holistically evaluating the impact of this work. Queering Drag offers redefinition of the genre centralized in the performer’s construction and presentation of a “queer” version of hegemonic identity, and it models a new set of tools for analyzing drag as a process of intents and methods enacted to effect specific goals. This new drag discourse not only allows for more complete and accurate descriptions of drag acts, but it also facilitates more ethical discussions about the bodies, identities, and products of drag performers. February 2020 Gender Studies, Cultural Studies 224 pgs, 6x9, 10 b&w illus. Cloth 978-0-253-04565-2 $85.00 £65.00 Paper 978-0-253-04566-9 $25.00 £18.99 ebook 978-0-253-04569-0 $24.99 £18.99

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Queering Drag

Meredith Heller is Lecturer of Queer Studies in Women’s and Gender Studies at Northern Arizona University.

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Gulag Literature and the Literature of Nazi Camps An Intercontexual Reading By Leona Toker Devoted to the ways in which Holocaust literature and gulag literature provide contexts for each other, Leona Toker shows how the prominent features of one shed light on the veiled features and methods of the other. Toker views these narratives and texts against the background of historical information about the Soviet and the Nazi regimes of repression. Writers at the center of this work include Varlam Shalamov, Primo Levi, Elie Wiesel, and Ka-Tzetnik, and others including Alexandr Solzhenitsyn, Evgeniya Ginzburg, and Jorge Semprun illuminate the discussion. Toker’s twofold analysis concentrates on the narrative qualities of the works as well as how each text documents the writer’s experience. She provides insight into how fictionalized narrative can double as historical testimony, how references to events might have become obscure owing to the passage of time and the cultural diversity of readers, and how these references form new meaning in the text. Toker is well-known as a skillful interpreter of gulag literature, and this text presents new thinking about how gulag literature and Holocaust literature enable a better understanding about testimony in the face of evil.

October 2019 Holocaust, Literature 344 pgs, 6x9 Cloth 978-0-253-04351-1 $90.00 £69.00 Paper 978-0-253-04353-5 $40.00 £29.99 ebook 978-0-253-04354-2 $39.99 £29.99

Leona Toker is Professor of English at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. She is author of Towards the Ethics of Form in Fiction: Narratives of Cultural Remission and Return from the Archipelago: Narratives of Gulag Survivors.

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“With great precision and pedagogic skill, Leona Toker demonstrates how literature can be read a testimony and how testimony must be read as literature. This will become a standard work for students of literature and history alike.” — David G. Roskies, author (with Naomi Diamant) of Holocaust Literature: A History and Guide

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History and the Poetics of Persecution By Karen Grumberg Sinister tales written since the early 20th century by the foremost Hebrew authors, including S. Y. Agnon, Lea Goldberg, and Amos Oz, reveal a darkness at the foundation of Hebrew culture. The ghosts of a murdered Talmud scholar and his kidnapped bride rise from their graves for a nocturnal dance of death; a girl hidden by a count in a secret chamber of an Eastern European castle emerges to find that, unbeknownst to her, World War II ended years earlier; a man recounts the act of incest that would shape a trajectory of personal and national history. Reading these works together with central British and American gothic texts, Karen Grumberg illustrates that modern Hebrew literature has regularly appropriated key gothic ideas to help conceptualize the Jewish relationship to the past and, more broadly, to time. She explores why these authors were drawn to the gothic, originally a European mode associated with antisemitism, and how they use it to challenge assumptions about power and powerlessness, vulnerability and violence, and to shape modern Hebrew culture. Grumberg provides an original perspective on Hebrew literary engagement with history and sheds new light on the tensions that continue to characterize contemporary Israeli cultural and political rhetoric.

September 2019 Judaica, Literature 328 pgs, 6x9 Cloth 978-0-253-04225-5 $85.00 £62.00 Paper 978-0-253-04226-2 $35.00 £26.99 ebook 978-0-253-04229-3 $34.99 £26.99

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Hebrew Gothic

Karen Grumberg is Associate Professor in the Department of Middle Eastern Studies and the Program in Comparative Literature at the University of Texas at Austin. She is author of Place and Ideology in Contemporary Hebrew Literature.

JEWISH LITERATURE AND CULTURE ALVIN H. ROSENFELD, EDITOR

“Reading Hebrew literature as a gothic literature allows for new, exciting local and transnational relations that challenge the ways in which the history of Hebrew literature is narrated. Karen Grumberg makes a major and vital contribution with writing that is crisp, cogent, and elegant.” — Adriana Jacobs, author of Strange Cocktail: Translation and the Making of Modern Hebrew Poetry

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The Secret Diary of Arnold Douwes Rescue in the Occupied Netherlands By Arnold Douwes Edited by Bob Moore and Johannes Houwink ten Cate Translated by Bob Moore In the Netherlands, resistance to Nazi occupation was high among all sectors of the population, and yet many Dutch Jews fell victim to deportation and annihilation in the camps of Eastern Europe. How could a country that prided itself on its tolerance, adherence to legal norms, and democratic government have been the site of such an enormous tragedy? Even while Nazi arrests of Jews were taking place, Arnold Douwes, an entrepreneur and restless adventurer, headed a clandestine network of resistance and rescue. Douwes had spent time in the United States and France and was arrested several times by the Nazi police. Keenly aware that he was doing something important, he started a diary in the summer of 1942. He hid some 35 small notebooks in jam jars at his brother’s house in Dedemsvaart. After the war, he dug the notebooks up and transcribed them, adding several postwar sections with scrupulous notations. Bob Moore and Johannes Houwink ten Cate have translated Douwes’s diary into English for the first time and added a historical and contextual introduction, annotations, and a glossary for readers who may not be familiar with Dutch technical terms or places. Organized chronologically, and remaining largely as Douwes originally wrote it, the diary sheds light on the successes—and failures—of the Dutch resistance effort. November 2019 Judaica, Holocaust 360 pgs, 6x9, 21 b&w illus., 4 maps Cloth 978-0-253-04418-1 $60.00 £50.00 ebook 978-0-253-04420-4 $59.99 £49.99

“There are great many very impressive diaries and memoirs related to World War II and the Holocaust. Few of them are written by members of the resistance, so this is a rare diary. The very detailed nature of the diary makes it a crucial source for the study of the Dutch resistance, especially in the North of the country.”

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–Ido de Haan, editor (with Beatrice de Graaf and Brian Vick) of Securing Europe after Napoleon

Arnold Douwes (1906–1999) was an itinerant Dutch horticulturalist who spent time in the United States as well as his native Netherlands and ran a rescue network during the German occupation. He was designated as Righteous Among the Nations by Yad Vashem in 1965. Bob Moore is Professor of Twentieth Century European History at the University of Sheffield. He has published extensively on the history of Western Europe in the mid-twentieth century, including Victims and Survivors: The Nazi Persecution of the Jews in the Netherlands, 1940–1945; Resistance in Western Europe; Refugees from Nazi Germany and the Liberal European States (with Frank Caestecker); and Survivors: Jewish Self-Help and Rescue in Nazi-Occupied Western Europe. Johannes Houwink ten Cate is Professor Emeritus of Holocaust and Genocide Studies at the University of Amsterdam. He has published extensively on the Nazi occupation of the Netherlands and the persecution of the Jews. His many publications include an introduction (with Dan Michman) to an edition of the war diary letters of Mirjam Bolle-Levie.


Diaspora, Nation, and Migration in Israel and Germany By Jannis Panagiotidis Since the refugee crisis of 2015, the topic of migration has moved to the center of global political debates. Despite the frequently invoked notion that current developments are without historical precedent, migration has been a constant feature of contemporary history, particularly in Europe. Jannis Panagiotidis considers a particular type of migration, co-ethnic migration, where migrants seek admission to a country based on their purported ethnicity or nationality being the same as the country of destination. Panagiotidis looks at immigration from Germany to Israel in three individual cases where migrants were not allowed to enter the country. These rejections confound notions of an “open door” or a “return to the homeland” and present contrasting ideas of descent, culture, blood, and race. Panagiotidis shows that migration is never a simple matter of moving from place to place. Questions of historical origins, immigrant selection and screening, and national belonging are deeply ambiguous and complicate migration even in nations that are purported to be ethnically homogeneous.

FALL 2019 | JEWISH STUDIES

The Unchosen Ones

Jannis Panagiotidis is Junior Professor of Migration and Integration of Russian Germans at the Osnabrück University Institute for Migration Research and Intercultural Studies. He is editor (with Victor Dönninghaus and HansChristian Petersen) of “Jenseits der Volksgruppe”: Neue Perspektiven auf die Russlanddeutschen zwischen Russland, Deutschland und Amerika. October 2019 Judaica, History 320 pgs, 6x9, 3 b&w illus., 2 maps Cloth 978-0-253-04361-0 $95.00 £72.00 Paper 978-0-253-04362-7 $40.00 £29.99 ebook 978-0-253-04364-1 $39.99 £29.99 GERMAN JEWISH CULTURES MATTHEW HANDELMAN, IRIS IDELSON-SHEIN, SAMUEL SPINNER, JOSHUA TEPLITSKY, KERRY WALLACH, EDITORS

“A fascinating, original, well-researched, and persuasively argued work that places the phenomenon of migration in the context of the end of WWII, the Cold War, and the post-1989 world, and links it to the history of forms of migration that since the early twentieth century sought to disentangle societies in order to create homogenous nation-states.” — Sebastian Conrad, author of What Is Global History?

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Yiddish in Israel A History By Rachel Rojanski Yiddish in Israel: A History challenges the commonly held view that Yiddish was suppressed or even banned by Israeli authorities for ideological reasons, offering instead a radical new interpretation of the interaction between Yiddish and Israeli Hebrew cultures. Author Rachel Rojanski tells the compelling and yet unknown story of how Yiddish, the most widely used Jewish language in the pre-Holocaust world, fared in Zionist Israel, the land of Hebrew.

January 2020 Judaica, Israel 280 pgs, 6x9, 6 b&w illus. Cloth 978-0-253-04514-0 $95.00 £72.00 Paper 978-0-253-04515-7 $40.00 £29.99 ebook 978-0-253-04518-8 $39.99 £29.99 PERSPECTIVES ON ISRAEL STUDIES S. ILAN TROEN, NATAN ARIDAN, DONNA DIVINE, DAVID ELLENSON, ARIEH SAPOSNIK, JONATHAN SARNA, EDITORS

Following Yiddish in Israel from the proclamation of the State until today, Rojanski reveals that although Israeli leadership made promoting Hebrew a high priority, it did not have a definite policy on Yiddish. The language’s varying fortune through the years was shaped by social and political developments, and the cultural atmosphere in Israel. Public perception of the language and its culture, the rise of identity politics, and political and financial interests all played a part. Using a wide range of archival sources, newspapers, and Yiddish literature, Rojanski follows the Israeli Yiddish scene through the history of the Yiddish press, Yiddish theater, early Israeli Yiddish literature, and high Yiddish culture. With compassion, she explores the tensions during Israel’s early years between Yiddish writers and activists and Israel’s leaders, most of whom were themselves Eastern European Jews balancing their love of Yiddish with their desire to promote Hebrew. Finally Rojanski follows Yiddish into the 21st century, telling the story of the revived interest in Yiddish among Israeli-born children of Holocaust survivors as they return to the language of their parents. Rachel Rojanski is Senior Lecturer in Judaic Studies and Adjunct Professor of History at Brown University. She is author of Conflicting Identities: Labor Zionism in North America 1905-1931 (Hebrew) as well as many articles on political and cultural history of East European Jewish immigrants in the U.S. and Israel.

“Provides a detailed overview of the status of Yiddish and Yiddish culture over the first crucially formative five decades of the state of Israel. Despite difficulties often posed by the state, Yiddish had a presence in emerging Israeli culture.” — Yael Chaver, author of “What Must Be Forgotten”: The Survival of Yiddish in Zionist Palestine

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The Chronicles of Dictys of Crete and Dares the Phrygian Translated and Annotated by R. Frazer, Jr. Preface by Timothy Arner Imagine accounts of the Trojan War from those who actually fought there, long before Homer wrote The Iliad. Dictys’s A Journal of the Trojan War and Dares’s The Fall of Troy: A History tell in gritty detail the bloody siege of the fabled, doomed city. Intricate politics and memorable personalities, rather than the quarreling, intervening gods of Homer’s epic, dominate these tales. Archaeological discovery and subsequent scholarship have established that both accounts were originally written in Greek, probably during the first century AD. Their reimagined, godless Trojan War tales became important sources on the subject during the Middle Ages, greatly influencing such legendary works as Chaucer’s Troilus and Criseyde. This new edition of the first Englishlanguage publication, translated by R. M. Frazer, brings together both narratives.

FALL 2019 | LITERATURE & POETRY

The Trojan War, New Edition

R. M. Frazer, a former member of the Classics department at Tulane University, is the translator of The Poems of Hesiod. Timothy D. Arner is Associate Dean of Grinnell College.

October 2019 Classics & Antiquity 185 pgs, 6x9 Paper 978-0-253-04342-9 $30.00 £23.99

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FALL 2019 | LITERATURE & POETRY

The Variorum Edition of the Poetry of John Donne, Volume 5 The Verse Letters By John Donne Edited by Jeffrey Johnson Volume 5 of The Variorum Edition of the Poetry of John Donne (Verse Letters) provides the most authoritative texts of the poems that Donne wrote in this genre. It includes complete textual introductions and apparatuses for each of the 42 poems in the volume. In addition, the volume contains comprehensive summaries, along with notes and glosses, of everything written on these poems from Donne’s time through 2013. Jeffrey S. Johnson is Professor of English at East Carolina University.

November 2019 Poetry, Literary Criticism 1483 pgs, 6.125x9.25 Cloth 978-0-253-04403-7 $120.00 £91.00 THE VARIORUM EDITION OF THE POETRY OF JOHN DONNE JOHN DONNE, EDITOR

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By Árni Heimir Ingólfsson In Jón Leifs and the Musical Invention of Iceland, Árni Heimir Ingólfsson provides a striking account of the dramatic career of Iceland’s iconic composer. Leifs (1899–1968) was the first Icelander to devote himself fully to composition at a time when a local music scene was only beginning to take form. He was a fervent nationalist in his art, fashioning an idiosyncratic and uncompromising ‘Icelandic’ sound from traditions of vernacular music with the aim to legitimize Iceland as an independent, culturally empowered nation.

FALL 2019 | MUSIC

Jón Leifs and the Musical Invention of Iceland

In addition to exploring Leifs’s career, Ingólfsson provides detailed descriptions of Leifs’s major works and their cultural contexts. Leifs’s music was inspired by the Icelandic landscape and includes auditory depictions of volcanos, geysers, and waterfalls. The raw quality of his orchestral music is frequently enhanced by an expansive percussion section, including anvils, stones, sirens, bells, ships’ chains, shotguns, and cannons. Largely neglected in his own lifetime, Leifs’s music has been rediscovered in recent years and hailed as a singular and deeply original contribution to twentieth-century music. Jón Leifs and the Musical Invention of Iceland enriches our understanding and appreciation of Leifs and his music by exploring the political, literary and environmental contexts that influenced his work.

November 2019 Music 312 pgs, 6.125x9.25, 37 b&w illus., 18 music exx. Cloth 978-0-253-04404-4 $95.00 £72.00 Paper 978-0-253-04405-1 $38.00 £28.99 ebook 978-0-253-04407-5 $37.99 £28.99

Árni Heimir Ingólfsson is Artistic Advisor of the Iceland Symphony Orchestra and Visiting Professor at the Iceland Academy of the Arts. He is the author of Jón Leifs—Líf í tónum, which was nominated for the Icelandic Book Award.

MUSIC, NATURE, PLACE SABINE FEISST, DENISE VON GLAHN, EDITORS

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The Making of a Reform Jewish Cantor Musical Authority, Cultural Investment By Judah M. Cohen The Making of a Reform Jewish Cantor provides an unprecedented look into the meaning of attaining musical authority among American Reform Jews at the turn of the twenty-first century. How do aspiring cantors adapt traditional musical forms to the practices of contemporary American congregations? What is the cantor’s role in American Jewish religious life today? Judah M. Cohen follows cantorial students at the School of Sacred Music, Hebrew Union College, over the course of their training, as they prepare to become modern Jewish musical leaders. Opening a window on the practical, social, and cultural aspects of aspiring to musical authority, this book provides unusual insights into issues of musical tradition, identity, gender, community, and high and low musical culture. Judah M. Cohen is the Lou and Sybil Mervis Professor of Jewish Culture and Associate Professor of Musicology at Indiana University Bloomington. He is author of Through the Sands of Time: A History of the Jewish Community of St. Thomas, US Virgin Islands.

Now in Paperback - October 2019 Music, Judaica 320 pgs, 6.125x9.25, 3 b&w illus., 14 musical exx. Paper 978-0-253-04549-2 $28.00 £20.99 ebook 978-0-253-04547-8 $27.99 £20.99

“Cohen successfully navigates a complex waterway, melding history, ethnography and Jewish professional studies with a musicological account of cantorial education in the 21st century. Cohen’s perspective is at once narrow and layered. . . . In realizing his goal, Cohen has provided us with a rich and unique work that will no doubt hold the interest of Jewish historians, musicians, and of course cantors, themselves.” —Musica Judaica Online Reviews

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By William Brown Menahem Pressler is a world-renowned piano soloist, master class teacher, and member of the acclaimed Beaux Arts Trio. In this companion to his first book, Menahem Pressler: Artistry in Piano Teaching, Pressler’s former student William Brown brings together Pressler’s teachings on an additional 37 piano masterworks by Johann Sebastian Bach, Samuel Barber, Ludwig van Beethoven, Johannes Brahms, Frédéric Chopin, Claude Debussy, George Frideric Handel, Franz Joseph Haydn, Franz Liszt, Felix Mendelssohn, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Sergei Prokofiev, Sergei Rachmaninoff, Maurice Ravel, Franz Schubert, and Robert Schumann. With over 200 musical examples and measure-by-measure lessons on masterpieces of the piano repertoire as well as instructions on phrasing, fingering, imagery, dynamic contrasts, pianistic touches, articulation, and practice drills, pianists of all levels will benefit from Pressler’s expertise.

FALL 2019 | MUSIC

Master Classes with Menahem Pressler

William Brown is Professor Emeritus of Music and Provost Emeritus at Southwest Baptist University. He earned two graduate performance degrees while studying with Menahem Pressler at Indiana University and is the author of Menahem Pressler: Artistry in Piano Teaching.

September 2019 Music 248 pgs, 6.125x9.25, 8 b&w illus., 226 music exx. Cloth 978-0-253-04292-7 $45.00 £35.00 ebook 978-0-253-04293-4 $44.99 £34.99

“Dr. Brown has once again provided a valuable contribution to serious pianists seeking insights into some of the important works for piano, as seen through the experienced lens of the great pianist and legendary teacher Menahem Pressler.” — Joel M. Harrison, President and Artistic Director of the American Pianists Association

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Music, Education, and Religion Intersections and Entanglements Edited by Alexis Anja Kallio, Philip Alperson, and Heidi Westerlund Music, Education, and Religion: Intersections and Entanglements explores the critical role that religion can play in formal and informal music education. As in broader educational studies, research in music education has tended to sidestep the religious dimensions of teaching and learning, often reflecting common assumptions of secularity in contemporary schooling in many parts of the world. This book considers the ways in which the forces of religion and belief construct and complicate the values and practices of music education—including teacher education, curriculum texts, and teaching repertoires. The contributors to this volume embrace a range of perspectives from a variety of disciplines, examining religious, agnostic, skeptical, and atheistic points of view. Music, Education, and Religion is a valuable resource for all music teachers and scholars in related fields, interrogating the sociocultural and epistemological underpinnings of music repertoires and global educational practices. Alexis Anja Kallio is a music education researcher at the Sibelius Academy, University of the Arts Helsinki, working as part of the Global Visions through Mobilizing Networks: Co-Developing Intercultural Music Teacher Education in Finland, Israel and Nepal project. She is coeditor of the Nordic Yearbook of Music Education Research. October 2019 Music, Education, Religion 344 pgs, 6.125x9.25 Cloth 978-0-253-04371-9 $100.00 £76.00 Paper 978-0-253-04372-6 $40.00 £29.99 ebook 978-0-253-04374-0 $39.99 £29.99 COUNTERPOINTS: MUSIC AND EDUCATION ESTELLE JORGENSEN, EDITOR

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Philip Alperson is Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at Temple University in Philadelphia. He is editor of What is Music? The Philosophy of the Visual Arts and Diversity and Community and past editor of the Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism. Heidi Westerlund is Professor of Music Education at Sibelius Academy, University of the Arts Helsinki, Finland. She is editor (with Helena Gaunt) of the book Collaborative Learning in Higher Music Education and editor-in-chief of the Finnish Journal of Music Education.


By Vincent Perez Benitez In this comprehensive study of Olivier Messiaen’s magnum opus, Saint François d’Assise, Vincent Perez Benitez examines the opera from both theological and musical-analytical perspectives to ask how Messiaen expresses his Catholic theology through his work. Benitez combines a close reading of the opera score with accounts from Messiaen’s associates, studies of Messiaen’s birdsong notebooks and other primary documents, and an examination of the religious, musical, poetic, and visual arts literature with which the composer was familiar to explore how the opera’s harmonic language and sound-color relationships motivate its musical meaning and expression. Through his analysis of these diverse sources and comparisons of Saint François d’Assise with other works such as Berg’s Wozzeck and Wagner’s Parsifal, Benitez places Messiaen’s compositional practice within larger musical perspectives and historical contexts.

FALL 2019 | MUSIC

Olivier Messiaen’s Opera, Saint Francois d’Assise

Vincent Perez Benitez is Associate Professor of Music Theory at Penn State University. He is author of Olivier Messiaen: A Research and Information Guide.

September 2019 Music 360 pgs, 6.125x9.25, 57 music exx. Cloth 978-0-253-04287-3 $95.00 £72.00 Paper 978-0-253-04288-0 $38.00 £28.99 ebook 978-0-253-04289-7 $37.99 £28.99

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FALL 2019 | PHILOSOPHY

Being and Logos Reading the Platonic Dialogues By John Sallis John Sallis’s luminous reading of six major Platonic dialogues— Apology, Meno, Phaedrus, Cratylus, Republic, and Sophist—weaves discussion of dramatic and mythical aspects together with basic philosophical issues. Being and Logos fundamentally reorients our reading and understanding of the platonic dialogues. This new edition of this classic of philosophical interpretation augments the Collected Writings of John Sallis, published by Indiana University Press. John Sallis is Frederick J. Adelmann Professor of Philosophy at Boston College. He is author of more than 20 books, including The Figure of Nature and The Return of Nature.

October 2019 Philosophy 564 pgs, 6x9 Paper 978-0-253-04432-7 $35.00 £25.99 ebook 978-0-253-04433-4 $34.99 £25.99 THE COLLECTED WRITINGS OF JOHN SALLIS JOHN SALLIS, EDITOR

[Being and Logos is] a philosophical adventure of rare inspiration. . . Its power to illuminate the text. . ., its ecumenicity of inspiration, its methodological rigor, its originality, and its philosophical profundity—all together make it one of the few philosophical interpretations that the philosopher will want to re-read along with the dialogues themselves. A superadded gift is the author’s prose, which is a model of lucidity and grace.” —International Philosophical Quarterly

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By John Lachs Philosopher John Lachs observes that humans today live lives of comfort but also sees that these comfortable lives come at a cost: our increasing unhappiness. In The Cost of Comfort, Lachs contemplates what humans need in order to live fulfilled lives in today’s world. While comfort has not always reached everyone evenly, Lachs acknowledges that most of us who live in the US today reap the benefits of modern life. We live longer, we eat better food, we have access to good medical care, and we can stay in touch with loved ones who are far away. Lachs argues that this dizzyingly complex world often inspires isolation, but he believes that deeper engagement with it is required in order to dispel our growing psychic distance. Lachs advocates for mediation and champions education, advertising, openness, and transparency to help individuals understand the role they play in society and to nullify claims to blamelessness. Lachs suggests new rules for responsibility and argues that examining and understanding the consequences of one’s actions is imperative to overcoming the ills and problems of the modern world.

FALL 2019 | PHILOSOPHY

The Cost of Comfort

John Lachs is Centennial Professor of Philosophy at Vanderbilt University. He is the author of many books, including Meddling: On the Virtue of Leaving Others Alone and Stoic Pragmatism.

September 2019 Philosophy 128 pgs, 5.5x8 Cloth 978-0-253-04316-0 $60.00 £50.00 Paper 978-0-253-04317-7 $20.00 £16.99 ebook 978-0-253-04318-4 $19.99 £16.99 AMERICAN PHILOSOPHY JOHN J. STUHR, EDITOR

“This work is a very clear, engaging reflection on a genuine contemporary issue: deep feelings of disengagement and bewilderment about how to live responsibly in an almost overwhelmingly complex world.” — John Lysaker, author of After Emerson

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Cross and Cosmos A Theology of Difficult Glory By John Caputo John D. Caputo stretches his project as a radical theologian to new limits in this groundbreaking book. Mapping out his summative theological position, he identifies with Martin Luther to take on notions of the hidden god, the theology of the cross, confessional theology, and natural theology. Caputo also confronts the dark side of the cross with its correlation to lynching and racial and sexual discrimination. Caputo is clear that he is not writing as any kind of orthodox Lutheran but is instead engaging with a radical view of theology, cosmology, and poetics of the cross. Readers will recognize Caputo’s signature themes—hermeneutics, deconstruction, weakness, and the call—as well as his unique voice as he writes about moral life and our strivings for joy against contemporary society and politics. John D. Caputo is Thomas J. Watson Professor Emeritus of Religion at Syracuse University and David R. Cook Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at Villanova University. He is author of many books, including The Weakness of God: A Theology of the Event, The Insistence of God: A Theology of Perhaps, Hoping Against Hope: Confessions of a Postmodern Pilgrim, and Truth: Philosophy in Transit.

September 2019 Philosophy, Religion 312 pgs, 6x9 Cloth 978-0-253-04311-5 $90.00 £69.00 Paper 978-0-253-04312-2 $35.00 £25.99 ebook 978-0-253-04313-9 $34.99 £25.99 INDIANA SERIES IN THE PHILOSOPHY OF RELIGION MEROLD WESTPHAL, EDITOR

“This work will be eagerly awaited and immediately read by John D. Caputo’s many followers. They will be looking for him to fill out the “big picture” which makes manifest for the first time all the parts and pieces he has contributed to the theological project he launched early in the previous decade.” — Carl Raschke, author of Postmodernism and the Revolution in Religious Theory

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Beyond Redemption By Omar Rivera A distinctive focus of 19th- and 20th-century Latin American philosophy is the convergence of identity formation and political liberation in ethnically and racially diverse postcolonial contexts. From this perspective, Omar Rivera interprets how a “we” is articulated and deployed in central political texts of this robust philosophical tradition. In particular, by turning to the work of Peruvian political theorist José Carlos Mariátegui among others, Rivera critiques philosophies of liberation that are invested in the redemption of oppressed identities as conditions for bringing about radical social and political change, foregrounding Latin America’s complex histories and socialities to illustrate the power and shortcomings of these projects. Building on this critical approach, Rivera studies interrelated epistemological, transcultural, and aesthetic delimitations of Latin American philosophy in order to explore the possibility of social and political liberation “beyond redemption.”

FALL 2019 | PHILOSOPHY

Delimitations of Latin American Philosophy

Omar Rivera is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Southwestern University.

December 2019 Philosophy, Latin America 240 pgs, 6x9 Cloth 978-0-253-04484-6 $80.00 £60.00 Paper 978-0-253-04485-3 $32.00 £23.99 ebook 978-0-253-04486-0 $31.99 £23.99 WORLD PHILOSOPHIES BRET W. DAVIS, D. A. MASOLO, ALEJANDRO VALLEGA, EDITORS

“Contributes to wide methodological debates about the nature of ideal and nonideal theory, building on, challenging, and evaluating reductionist readings of many Latin American philosophers.” —Ernesto Rosen Velásquez, editor (with Ramón Grosfoguel and Roberto D. Hernández) of Decolonizing the Westernized University

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The Phenomenology of Internal Time-Consciousness By Edmund Husserl Introduction by Calvin O. Schrag Edited by Martin Heidegger Translated by James S. Churchill The Phenomenology of Internal Time-Consciousness is a translation of Edmund Husserl’s Vorlesungen zur Phänomenologie des inneren Zeitbewußtseins. The first part of the book was originally presented as a lecture course at the University of Göttingen in the winter semester of 1904–1905, while the second part is based on additional supplementary lectures that he gave between 1905 and 1910. In these essays and lectures Husserl explores the terrain of consciousness in light of its temporality. He identifies two categories of temporality—retention and protention—and outlines how temporality provides the form for perception, phantasy, imagination, memory, and recollection. He demonstrates a distinction between cosmic and phenomenological time and explores the relevance of phenomenological time for the constitution of temporal objects. The ideas he developed here he explored further in his Ideas and continued to pursue until the end of his philosophical career.

August 2019 Philosophy 189 pgs, 5.25x8 Paper 978-0-253-04196-8 $15.00 £9.99 ebook 978-0-253-04199-9 $14.99 £9.99

Edmund Husserl (1859–1938) is often credited as the father of phenomenology, and his work was influential to later phenomenologists including Heidegger, Sartre, Merleau-Ponty, Gadamer, Levinas, and Derrida. He is author of Logical Investigations and Ideas.

“As an addition to the small body of Husserl’s writings now available in English (Ideas 1931; Meditations, 1960), this book is essential to even a small collection of source works on contemporary philosophy.” –Choice

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The Indian Army in Defeat, 1941–1942 By Kaushik Roy The defeat of 90,000 Commonwealth soldiers by 50,000 Japanese soldiers made the Battle for Malaya during World War II an important encounter for both political and military reasons. British military prestige was shattered, fanning the fires of nationalism in Asia, especially in India. Japan’s successful tactics in Malaya—rapid marches, wide outflanking movement along difficult terrain, nocturnal attacks, and roadblocks—would be repeated in Burma in 1942–43. Until the Allied command evolved adequate countermeasures, Japanese soldiers remained supreme in the field. Focusing on tactics of the ground battle that unfolded in Malaya between December 1941 and February 1942, rather than the failures of command, Kaushik Roy analyzes the organization of the imperial armies, looking primarily at the Indian Army, which comprised the largest portion of Commonwealth troops, and compares that army with those of Britain and Australia, which fought side by side with Indian soldiers. Utilizing both official war office records and unofficial memoirs, autobiographies, and oral histories, Roy presents a synthesis of history from the top with history from below and provides a thick narrative of operations interwoven with tactical analysis of the Battle for Malaya from both sides.

November 2019 Military History 320 pgs, 6.125x9.25, 13 maps Cloth 978-0-253-04415-0 $80.00 £72.00 Paper 978-0-253-04417-4 $35.00 £25.99 ebook 978-0-253-04422-8 $34.99 £25.99 TWENTIETH-CENTURY BATTLES SPENCER TUCKER, EDITOR

FALL 2019 | MILITARY HISTORY

Battle for Malaya

Kaushik Roy is Guru Nanak Chair Professor in the Department of History, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India, and Global Fellow at Peace Research Institute Oslo, Norway, and specializes in various aspects of medieval and modern Indian and Asian military history. He is author of many books including; India and World II: Armed Forces, and Society, 1939–45, and Indian Army and the First World War 1914–18, as well as journals articles in First World War Studies, International Area Studies Review, Journal of Global History, Journal of Military History, Journal of the Society for Army Historical Research, Modern Asian Studies, War in History, and more.

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The Negro Grandsons of Vercingetorix By Alain Mabanckou Translated by Bill Johnston Set in the imaginary African Republic of Vietongo, The Negro Grandsons of Vercingetorix begins when conflict breaks out between rival leaders and the regional ethnic groups they represent. Events recorded in a series of notebooks under the watchful eye of Hortense Lloki show how civil war culminates in a series of outlandish actions perpetrated by the warring parties’ private militias—the Anacondas and the Romans from the North who have seized power against Vercingetorix (named after none other than the legendary Gallic warrior who fought against Caesar’s army) and his Little Negro Grandsons in the South who are eager to regain control. Awardwinning author Alain Mabanckou is at his satiric best in this novel that catalogues the pain and suffering caused by the ravages of civil war. Translated into English for the first time, this novel provides a gritty slice of life in an active war zone. Alain Mabanckou is a Franco-Congolese author and Professor of French and Francophone Studies at the University of California, Los Angeles. His novels include Blue White Red, African Psycho, Broken Glass, Memoirs of a Porcupine, Black Bazaar, Tomorrow I’ll Be Twenty, and The Lights of Pointe-Noire. He is the recipient of numerous literary prizes such as the Grand Prix Littéraire de l’Afrique noire, Prix Renaudot, Prix Georges Brassens, and the Grand Prix de Littérature Henri Gal from the Académie Française for his life’s work.

October 2019 Africa 160 pgs, 5.5x8.5 Paper 978-0-253-04388-7 $22.00 £16.99 ebook 978-0-253-04385-6 $21.99 £16.99 GLOBAL AFRICAN VOICES DOMINIC THOMAS, EDITOR

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Bill Johnston’s most recent translations include Adam Mickiewicz’s epic poem Pan Tadeusz and Julia Fiedorczuk’s Oxygen from the Polish, as well as Jeanne Benameur’s The Child Who from the French. He has received numerous awards for his work, including the PEN Translation Prize, the Best Translated Book Award, and the Found in Translation Prize. He teaches literary translation at Indiana University.


Space and the Power of Land in Botswana By Anne M. O. Griffiths Transformations on the Ground considers the ways in which power in all its forms—local, international, legal, familial—affects the collision of global with local concerns over access to land and control over its use. In Botswana’s struggle to access international economies, few resources are as fundamental and fraught as control over land. On a local level, land and control over its use provides homes, livelihoods, and the economic security to help lift populations out of impoverishment. Yet on the international level, global capital concerns compete with strategies for sustainable development and economic empowerment. Drawing on extensive archival research, legal records, fieldwork, and interviews with five generations of family members in the village of Molepolole, Anne M. O. Griffiths provides a sweeping consideration of the scale of power from global economy to household experience in Botswana. In doing so, Griffiths provides a frame through which the connections between legal power and local engagement can provide fresh insight into our understanding of the global.

FALL 2019 | AFRICA

Transformations on the Ground

Anne M. O. Griffiths before retirement held the personal chair in Anthropology of Law at the School of Law, Edinburgh University. Her research focuses on anthropology of law, comparative and family law, African law, gender, culture and rights. She is the author of In the Shadow of Marriage: Gender and Justice in an African Community. October 2019 Anthropology, Africa 232 pgs, 6x9 Cloth 978-0-253-04356-6 $80.00 £60.00 Paper 978-0-253-04357-3 $30.00 £23.99 ebook 978-0-253-04358-0 $29.99 £23.99 FRAMING THE GLOBAL HILARY E. KAHN, EDITOR

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FALL 2019 | ASIA

The Grand Scribe’s Records By Ssu-ma Ch’ien

Edited by William Nienhauser, Jr. Volume VII The Memoirs of Pre-Han China

January 2020 Asia, History 416 pgs, 6.125x9.25 Cloth 978-0-253-04326-9 $60.00 £43.00

This volume is part of the first complete translation (in nine volumes) of the Shih chi (The Grand Scribes Records), one of the most important narratives in traditional China. Compiled by Ssu-ma Chien (145-86 B.C.), it draws upon most major early historical works and was the foremost model for style and genre in Chinese history and literature through the 11th century A.D., and through the early 20th century for some genres. Volume 7, The Memoirs of Pre-Han China, translates twenty-eight Lieh-chuan or “memoirs” which depict more than a hundred men and women: sages and scholars, recluses and rhetoricians, persuaders and politicians, commandants and cutthroats of the Chin and earlier dynasties. Although the memoirs also begin with what is now often considered mythan account of the renowned recluses Po Yi and Shu Chithe emphasis in these texts is on the fate of various states and power centers as seen through the biographies of key individuals from the 7th to the 3rd centuries B.C.

Volume IX The Memoirs of Han China, Part II

August 2019 Asia, History 496 pgs, 6.125x9.25 Cloth 978-0-253-04609-3 $60.00 £43.00

This volume of The Grand Scribe’s Records includes the second segment of Handynasty memoirs and deals primarily with men who lived and served under Emperor Wu (r. 141–87 B.C.). The lead chapter presents a parallel biography of two ancient physicians, Pien Ch’üeh and Ts’ang Kung, providing a transition between the founding of the Han dynasty and its heyday under Wu. The account of Liu P’i is framed by the great rebellion he led in 154 B.C. and the remaining chapters trace the careers of court favorites, depict the tribulations of an ill-fated general, discuss the Han’s greatest enemy, the Hsiung-nu, and provide accounts of two great generals who fought them. The final memoir is structured around memorials by two strategists who attempted to lead Emperor Wu into negotiations with the Hsiung-nu, a policy that Ssu-ma Ch’ien himself supported.

Volume XI The Memoirs of Han China, Part IV The Grand Scribe’s Records, Volume XI presents the final nine memoirs of Ssu-ma Ch’ien’s history, continuing the series of collective biographies with seven more prosopographies on the ruthless officials, the wandering gallants, the artful favorites, those who discern auspicious days, turtle and stalk diviners, and those whose goods increase, punctuated by the final account of Emperor Wu’s wars against neighboring peoples and concluded with Ssu-ma Ch’ien’s postface containing a history of his family and himself.

August 2019 Asia, History 496 pgs, 6.125x9.25 Cloth 978-0-253-04610-9 $60.00 £43.00

Ssu-ma Ch’ien (145–ca. 86 B.C.) was an official at the court of the Han Emperor Wu (r. 141–87 B.C.), who was involved in the compilation of a mammoth historical project that resulted in this history, which came to be known as the Shih chi (The Grand Scribe’s Records). William H. Nienhauser, Jr., is the Halls-Bascom Professor of Classical Chinese Literature at the University of Wisconsin–Madison and editor of five previous volumes of The Grand Scribe’s Records.

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“We are Witnesses, Not Victims” By Giovanna Parmigiani

October 2019 Anthropology, Europe 280 pgs, 6x9, 9 b&w illus. Cloth 978-0-253-04337-5 $65.00 £50.00 Paper 978-0-253-04338-2 $40.00 £29.99 ebook 978-0-253-04340-5 $39.99 £29.99 NEW ANTHROPOLOGIES OF EUROPE MICHAEL HERZFELD, MELISSA L. CALDWELL, AND DEBORAH REED-DANAHAY, EDITORS

Can the way a word is used give legitimacy to a political movement? Feminism, Violence, and Representation in Modern Italy traces the use of the word “femminicidio” (or “femicide”) as a tool to mobilize Italian feminists, particularly the Union of Women in Italy (UDI). Based on nearly two years of fieldwork among feminist activists, Giovanna Parmigiani takes a broad look at the many ways in which violence inflects the lives of women in Italy. From unchallenged gendered grammar rules to the representation of women as victims, Parmigiani examines the devaluing of women’s contribution to their communities through the words and experiences of the women she interviews. She describes the first uses of the word “femminicidio” as a political term used by and within feminist circles and traces its spread to ultimate legitimization and national relevance. The word redefined women as a political subject by building an imagined community of potentially violated women. In doing so, it challenged Italians to consider the status of women in Italian society, and to make this status a matter of public debate. It also problematized the connection between women and tropes of women as objects of suffering and victimhood. Parmigiani considers this exchange within the context of Italian Catholic heritage, a precarious economy, and long-held notions of honor and shame. Parmigiani provides a careful and searing consideration of the ways in which representations of violence and the politics of this representation are shaping the future of women in Italy and beyond.

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Feminism, Violence, and Representation in Modern Italy

Giovanna Parmigiani is a postdoctoral fellow in Science, Religion, and Culture at Harvard Divinity School.

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Socialist Heritage The Politics of Past and Place in Romania By Emanuela Grama

December 2019 Anthropology, Europe 312 pgs, 6x9, 28 b&w illus., 4 maps Cloth 978-0-253-04479-2 $60.00 £50.00 Paper 978-0-253-04480-8 $30.00 £23.99 ebook 978-0-253-04483-9 $29.99 £23.99 NEW ANTHROPOLOGIES OF EUROPE MICHAEL HERZFELD, MELISSA L. CALDWELL, AND DEBORAH REED-DANAHAY, EDITORS

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Focusing on Romania from 1945 to 2016, Socialist Heritage explores the socialist state’s attempt to create its own heritage, as well as the legacy of that project. Contrary to arguments that the socialist regimes of Central and Eastern Europe aimed to erase the prewar history of the socialist cities, Emanuela Grama shows that the communist state in Romania sought to exploit the past for its own benefit. The book traces the transformation of a central district of Bucharest, the Old Town, from a socially and ethnically diverse place in the early 20th century, into an epitome of national history under socialism, and then, starting in the 2000s, into the historic center of a European capital. Under socialism, politicians and professionals used the district’s historic buildings, especially the ruins of a medieval palace discovered in the 1950s, to emphasize the city’s Romanian past and erase its ethnically diverse history. Since the collapse of socialism, the cultural and economic value of the Old Town has become highly contested. Bucharest’s middle class has regarded the district as a site of tempting transgressions. Its poor residents have decried their semi-decrepit homes, while entrepreneurs and politicians have viewed it as a source of easy money. Such arguments point to recent negotiations about the meanings of class, political participation, and ethnic and economic belonging in today’s Romania. Grama’s rich historical and ethnographic research reveals the fundamentally dual nature of heritage: every search for an idealized past relies on strategies of differentiation that can lead to further marginalization and exclusion Emanuela Grama is Assistant Professor of Anthropology and History at Carnegie Mellon University.


Kazan’s Muslims and the Making of Imperial Russia By Danielle Ross In the 1700s, Kazan Tatar (Muslim scholars of Kazan) and scholarly networks stood at the forefront of Russia’s expansion into the South Urals, western Siberia, and the Kazakh steppe. It was there that the Tatars worked with Russian agents, established settlements, and spread their own religious and intellectual culture that helped shaped their identity in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Kazan Tatars profited economically from Russia’s commercial and military expansion to Muslim lands and began to present themselves as leaders capable of bringing Islamic modernity to the rest of Russia’s Muslim population. Danielle Ross bridges the history of Russia’s imperial project with the history of Russia’s Muslims by exploring the Kazan Tatars as participants in the construction of the Russian empire. Ross focuses on Muslim clerical and commercial networks to reconstruct the ongoing interaction among Russian imperial policy, nonstate actors, and intellectual developments within Kazan’s Muslim community and also considers the evolving relationship with Central Asia, the Kazakh steppe, and western China. Tatar Empire offers a more Muslim-centered narrative of Russian empire building, making clear the links between cultural reformism and Kazan Tatar participation in the Russian eastward expansion. February 2020 Russia and Eastern Europe, History 280 pgs, 6x9 Cloth 978-0-253-04570-6 $70.00 £54.00 Paper 978-0-253-04571-3 $30.00 £23.99 ebook 978-0-253-04573-7 $29.99 £23.99

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Danielle Ross is Assistant Professor of Asian History at Utah State University.

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Tradition in the Frame Photography, Power, and Imagination in Sfakia, Crete By Konstantinos Kalantzis Sfakians on the island of Crete are known for their distinctive dress and appearance, fierce ruggedness, and devotion to traditional ways. Konstantinos Kalantzis explores how Sfakians live with the burdens and pleasures of maintaining these expectations of exoticism for themselves, for their fellow Greeks, and for tourists. Sfakian performance of masculine tradition has become even more meaningful for Greeks looking to reimagine their nation’s global standing in the wake of stringent financial regulation, and for non-Greek tourists yearning for rootedness and escape from the post-industrial north. Through fine-grained ethnography that pays special attention to photography, Tradition in the Frame explores the ambivalence of a society expected to conform to outsiders’ perception of the traditional even as it strives to enact its own vision of tradition. From the bodily reenactment of historical photographs to the unpredictable, emotionally-charged uses of postcards and commercial labels, the book unpacks the question of power and asymmetry but also uncovers other political possibilities that are nested in visual culture and experiences of tradition and the past. Kalantzis explores the crossroads of cultural performance and social imagination where the frame is both empowerment and subjection.

December 2019 Anthropology, Europe 360 pgs, 6x9, 42 b&w illus., 3 maps Cloth 978-0-253-03712-1 $75.00 £57.00 Paper 978-0-253-03713-8 $35.00 £25.99 ebook 978-0-253-03714-5 $34.99 £25.99 NEW ANTHROPOLOGIES OF EUROPE MICHAEL HERZFELD, MELISSA L. CALDWELL, AND DEBORAH REED-DANAHAY, EDITORS

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Konstantinos Kalantzis is Research Associate in PhotoDemos, Department of Anthropology, University College London. He is director of the ethnographic film Dowsing the Past: Materialities of Civil War Memories.


Edited by Muhammad Haj-Yahia, Ora Nakash, and Itzhak Levav Minorities face particular social strains, and these are often manifested in their overall mental health. In Israel, just under a quarter of the citizens are Arab Palestinians, yet very little has been published exploring the spectrum of mental health issues prevalent in this population. The work collected here draws on the first-hand experience of experts working with Israeli Palestinians to highlight the problems faced by service users, their families, and their communities. Palestinians in Israel face unique social, gender, and family-related conditions that also need reliable research and assessment. Mental Health and Palestinian Citizens in Israel offers research and observation on three central topics: socio-cultural determinants of mental health, mental health needs, and mental health service utilization. From suicidal behaviors and addiction to generational trauma and the particular concerns of children and the elderly, this broad and careful collection of research opens new dialogues on treatment, prevention, and methods for providing the best possible care to those in need.

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Mental Health and Palestinian Citizens in Israel

Muhammad M. Haj-Yahia is Gordon Brown Chair and Professor of Social Work, Paul Baerwald School of Social Work and Social Welfare, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel. He is author of Violence against Women in the Palestinian Society. September 2019 Psychology, Middle East, Anthropology Cloth 978-0-253-04306-1 $100.00 £76.00 Paper 978-0-253-04307-8 $50.00 £38.00 ebook 978-0-253-04309-2 $49.99 £37.99

Ora Nakash is a clinical psychologist and a professor in the School for Social Work at Smith College, Northampton, MA, and at the Baruch Ivcher School of Psychology at the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya, Israel. Itzhak Levav is an affiliated professor in the Department of Community Mental Health, Faculty of Social Welfare and Health Sciences, at the University of Haifa, Israel. He is editor of Psychiatric and Behavioral Disorders in Israel: From Epidemiology to Mental Health Action, and editor (with Jutta Lindert) of Violence and Mental Health: Its Manifold Faces.

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On the Sultan’s Service Halid Ziya Uşaklıgil’s Memoir of the Ottoman Palace, 1909–1912 Translated and Edited by Douglas Brookes “When at last we were approaching the Harem, the Sultan, surely quite alarmed, said to me in a low voice (was that so the eunuch walking in front of us wouldn’t hear, or because in this lonely and dark passageway he was frightened of his own voice?), Ne olacak? ‘What is to become of things?’”

February 2020 History, Middle East 352 pgs, 6.0625x9.125, 53 b&w illus., 7 color illus., 4 maps Cloth 978-0-253-04550-8 $85.00 £65.00 Paper 978-0-253-04551-5 $35.00 £25.99 ebook 978-0-253-04553-9 $34.99 £25.99

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Translated into English for the first time, this memoir provides fascinating first-hand insight into the personalities, intrigues, and inner workings of the Ottoman palace in its final decades. Written by Halid Ziya Uşaklıgil, who was First Secretary to Sultan Mehmed V and would go on to be one of Turkey’s most famous novelists, On the Sultan’s Service makes available to English readers the remarkable account of life and work in the Ottoman palace chancery—the public, “business” side of the palace—in its final incarnation. We learn of the court’s new role under this second-to-last Sultan in post-Revolution Turkey. No longer exercising political power, the palace negotiated the minefields between political factions, sought ways to unite the empire in the face of sharpening nationalist aspirations, and faced with a kind of shocked despondency the opening salvos of the wars that were to overwhelm the country. Uşaklıgil includes interviews with the Imperial family and descriptions of royal nuptials, the palaces and its visitors, and the crises that shook the court. He delivers an insightful and moving portrait of Mehmed V, the elderly gentleman who reigned over the Ottoman Empire through both Balkan Wars and World War I. Douglas Scott Brookes teaches Ottoman Turkish at the University of California, Berkeley. He is author of Harem Ghosts: What One Cemetery Can Tell Us About the Ottoman Empire and The Concubine, the Princess, and the Teacher: Voices from the Ottoman Harem.


Form, Duration, Difference Edited by Judith Scheele and Andrew Shryock Despite a rich history of ethnographic research in Middle Eastern societies, the region is frequently portrayed as marginal to anthropology. The contributors to this volume reject this view and show how the Middle East is in fact vital to the discipline and how Middle Eastern anthropologists have developed theoretical and methodological tools that address and challenge the region’s political, ethical, and intellectual concerns. The contributors to this volume are students of Paul Dresch, an anthropologist known for his incisive work on Yemeni tribalism and customary law. As they expand upon his ideas and insights, these essays ask questions that have long preoccupied anthropologists, such as how do place, point of view, and style combine to create viable bodies of knowledge; how is scholarship shaped by the historical context in which it is located; and why have duration and form become so problematic in the study of Middle Eastern societies? Special attention is given to understanding local terms, contested knowledge claims, what remains unseen and unsaid in social life, and to cultural patterns and practices that persist over long stretches of time, seeming to predate and outlast events. Ranging from Morocco to India, these essays offer critical but sensitive approaches to cultural difference and the distinctiveness of the anthropological project in the Middle East. October 2019 Anthropology, Middle East 284 pgs, 6x9, 7 b&w illus., 2 maps Cloth 978-0-253-04376-4 $85.00 £65.00 Paper 978-0-253-04379-5 $35.00 £25.99 ebook 978-0-253-04378-8 $34.99 £25.99 PUBLIC CULTURES OF THE MIDDLE EAST AND NORTH AFRICA PAUL A. SILVERSTEIN, SUSAN SLYOMOVICS, TED SWEDENBURG, EDITORS

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The Scandal of Continuity in Middle East Anthropology

Judith Scheele is Directrice d’études at the Écoles des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales in Paris. She has carried out research in Algeria, northern Mali, and Chad. She is author of Village Matters: Politics, Knowledge and Community in Kabylia and Smugglers and Saints of the Sahara: Regional Connectivity in the Twentieth Century. Andrew Shryock is Arthur F. Thurnau Professor of Anthropology at the University of Michigan. He studies political culture in the Middle East, Arab and Muslim immigrants in North America, and new approaches to history writing. His recent books include Deep History: The Architecture of Past and Present, Islamophobia/ Islamophilia: Beyond the Politics of Enemy and Friend, and From Hospitality to Grace: A Julian Pitt-Rivers Omnibus.

“Highlights the severely underappreciated theoretical productivity of work in Middle East anthropology. This is an exciting and intellectually fluent work that avoids most of the clichés of contemporary anthropological thought.” — Gregory Starrett, editor (with Eleanor Abdella Doumato) of Teaching Islam: Textbooks and Religion in the Middle East

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Forgetting Items The Social Experience of Alzheimer’s Disease By Baptiste Brossard Alzheimer’s disease has not only profound medical consequences for the individual experiencing it but a life-changing impact on those around them. From the moment a person is suspected to be suffering from Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia, the interactions they encounter progressively change. Forgetting Items focuses on that social experience of Alzheimer’s, delineating the ways disease symptoms manifest and are understood through the interactions between patients and the people around them. Mapping out those interactions takes readers through the offices of geriatricians, into patients’ narratives and interviews with caregivers, down the corridors of nursing homes, and into the discourses shaping public policies and media coverage. Revealing the everyday experience of Alzheimer’s helps us better understand the depth of its impact and points us toward more knowledgeable, holistic ways to help treat the disease. Baptiste Brossard is a French sociologist and Lecturer at the Australian National University. He is author of Why Do We Hurt Ourselves?: Understanding Self-Harm in Social Life.

November 2019 Sociology, North America 160 pgs, 5.5x8.5 Cloth 978-0-253-04496-9 $60.00 £50.00 Paper 978-0-253-04498-3 $25.00 £18.99 ebook 978-0-253-04499-0 $9.99 £9.99

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A Giving Heritage By Daniel Swan and Jim Cooley, Foreword by Principal Chief Geoffrey Standing Bear Wedding Clothes and the Osage Community: A Giving Heritage explores how gift exchange, motivated by the values of generosity and hospitality, serves as a critical component in the preservation and perpetuation of Osage society. Authors, Daniel C. Swan and Jim Cooley collaborate with members of the Osage Nation to discuss this foundational cultural practice over two centuries and in multiple social contexts.

September 2019 Folklore, Anthropology, North America 352 pgs, 7x10, 120 color illus. Cloth 978-0-253-04301-6 $90.00 £69.00 Paper 978-0-253-04302-3 $32.00 £23.99 ebook 978-0-253-04304-7 $31.99 £23.99 MATERIAL VERNACULARS JASON JACKSON, EDITOR

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The book begins with an in-depth examination of the Mízhin form of marriage, which bound two extended Osage families together for economic, biologic, and social reasons intended to produce value and community cohesion for the larger society. Swan and Cooley then follow the movement of Osage bridal regalia from the Mízhin from of marriage into the “Paying for the Drum” ceremony of the Osage Ilonshka—a variant of the Plains Grass Dance, which is a nativistic movement that spread throughout the Plains and Prairie regions of the United States in the 1890s. The Ilonshka dance and its associated organization provide a spiritual charter for the survival of the ancient Osage physical divisions, or “districts” as they are called today. Swan and Cooley demonstrate how the process of re-chartering elements of material culture and their associated meanings from one ceremony to another serves as an example of the ways in which the Osage people have adapted their cultural values to changing economic and political conditions. At the core of this historical trajectory is a broad system of Osage social relations predicated on status, reciprocity, and cooperation. Through Osage weddings and the Ilonshka dance the Osage people reinforce and strengthen the social relations that provide a foundation for their respective communities. Daniel C. Swan is Curator of Ethnology at the Sam Noble Oklahoma Museum of Natural History and Professor of Anthropology at the University of Oklahoma. His research, exhibition and publication efforts focus on the expressive culture of Native North America and emphasize community collaboration and materialist orientations. He is author of Peyote Religious Art: Symbols of Faith and Belief and (with Garrick Bailey) Osage Art. Jim Cooley is Research Associate in the Department of Ethnology at the Sam Noble Museum of Natural History. He is the author of numerous articles on Native American material culture and traditional arts.

Images from Wedding Clothes and the Osage Community, by Daniel C. Swan and Jim Cooley

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Port Triumph COVER FORTHCOMING

April 2019 History, Latin America CD and DVD 978-0-253-04602-4 $80.00 £60.00 DVD Blu Ray 978-0-253-04604-8 $100.00 £75.00

By Jeffrey Gould During the 1970s, El Salvador boasted a vast shrimp industry, and nearly all of the 3700 tons that it exported each year made its way to the United States. As shrimp was transitioning away from luxury status, few Americans were likely to give much thought to how the shrimp reached their plates. Fewer still would ever have heard of the story of Puerto el Triunfo – Port Triumph in English – and the drama of the shrimp industry’s rise and fall. Yet now, with consciousness of food at an all-time high, and concerns about fair trade and sustainability much on the public mind, it is time to tell this remarkable story. Puerto el Triunfo is a microcosm that throws into sharp relief some of the most powerful forces shaping Central America, and more broadly, the obstacles facing organized labor world-wide. In the 1970s, the 1500 organized workers of the port – mostly women – thanks to their struggles and to the profitability of the Salvadoran shrimp industry were amongst the more privileged laborers in the country. By the latter part of the decade, their hopes for a dignified life for their children seemed on the verge of realization. In 1980, brutal state repression eliminated union leaders or drove them into exile. After a few years, the unions reorganized. By the 1990s, however, the collapse of the industry had extinguished the hopes of the port workers. Our story reveals the internal functioning of the unions, including intense gender conflict and sheds light on their early forms of resistance to the neo-liberal inspired transformation of labor relations that emerged on a global scale during the 1980s. Often known as the flexibilization of labor, management typically has striven to cut costs by reducing the permanent labor force to whom it must pay benefits, employing a temporary, “casual,” workers who lack fundamental labor rights. In 1987, the fishermen’s union launched one of the longest strikes in the history of the world labor movement against such management tactics. The collapse of the strike in 1990 coincided with the demise the largest shrimp company in Central America. Puerto el Triunfo will attract viewers in part because of the raw power of the story and because the smallscale intimacy of our tale will put a human face to the impersonal forces of globalization, tropical de-industrialization and environmental decay. Jeffrey L. Gould is Rudy Professor, Department of History at Indiana University Bloomington. He is the former Director of the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies (1995-2008) and author of To Lead As Equals: Rural Protest and Political Consciousness in Chinandega, Nicaragua, 1912-1979 and To Die in this Way: Nicaraguan Indians and the Myth of Mestizaje, 1880-1965.

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A 50-Year Love Affair Sports writer Bob Hammel had a knack for being in the right place at the right time, with the skills to take advantage of his good fortune. And he couldn’t have picked a better place to be—professionally and personally—than Bloomington, Indiana. Bob Hammel & Bloomington: A 50-Year Love Affair explores how a city, a newspaper, and history intersected to propel Hammel from small-town reporter to a nationally-celebrated figure in the world of sports.

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Bob Hammel & Bloomington

Hammel first arrived in Bloomington to study journalism at Indiana University, but left after his freshman year in 1954 to pursue an opportunity as a sports reporter for his hometown paper, the HeraldPress in Huntington, Indiana. He displayed a keen eye for judging talent in his first column on sportscaster and fellow Hoosier Chris Schenkel, who he predicted would be a rising star. As the documentary reveals, Hammel himself was also a rising star in the world of sports journalism. Twelve years after leaving Bloomington, he would return to become the sports editor of the Herald-Times. During his long and distinguished career with the paper, he would cover the 1968 Rose Bowl, the 1972 Munich Olympics, IU’s perfect basketball season in 1976 and subsequent national championships in 1981 and 1987, and the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta— his final assignment before retiring.

September 2019 Biography CD and DVD 978-0-253-04475-4 $18.00 £14.00 DVD Blu Ray 978-0-253-04476-1 $25.00 £19.00 DISTRIBUTED FOR WTIU

The people and events Hammel covered would change his life, bring him to national prominence, and enable him to become one of the most effective voices ever in promoting Bloomington to the world. Hammel’s work gave him the opportunity to meet and develop friendships with many national figures, including Mark Spitz, Lee Hamilton, Gayle Cook, Michael Koryta, Angelo Pizzo, Quinn Buckner, and Bob Knight, who are all interviewed on the program. WTIU Public Television is licensed through Indiana University and is a member station of PBS.

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Terre Haute Rise & Resilience Terre Haute: Rise & Resilience is a story of the American experience. This program takes viewers through the history of Terre Haute, Indiana, starting with its French colonial origin as “high ground” along the banks of the Wabash River. Post-revolutionary Terre Haute played host to some of the key players in the War of 1812, including William Henry Harrison, Zachary Taylor and the Native American Chief Tecumseh. During peacetime, the city was founded by wealthy real estate investors, and its prime location eventually turned it into one of the “gateways to the west.” Terre Haute flourished as a boomtown during the nation’s Westward expansion. The city gained national standing during the Industrial Age due to its status as a major transportation hub, bringing great prosperity and establishing it as a key player in the industrial revolution. It set the stage for many classic American immigrant success stories and was the birthplace of the famous socialist and labor movement activist Eugene V. Debs, composer Paul Dresser, writer Theodore Dreiser, and poet Max Ehrmann.

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Terre Haute today is a typical Midwestern city whose star has long since faded as the city has struggled to keep up with changing times. At one time a “Crossroads of America,” the city lost that significance with the advent of the interstate road system. A blue-collar community and a college town, Terre Haute has survived bouts of political corruption, labor unrest, and hard-hitting economic setbacks, and remains resilient. WTIU Public Television is licensed through Indiana University and is a member station of PBS.


Indiana’s Wild Landscape uses striking aerial drone footage and timelapse techniques not available just a few years ago to give audiences a look at Indiana as it has never been seen before. A few hundred years ago, old growth forests, tall grass prairies, and one of the largest wetlands in the country covered Indiana. By the 21st century, though, Indiana was one of the most developed of the United States. Nearly all the forests have been cut down at least once, the wetlands largely drained, and the landscape now one of agriculture, small towns, and large cities.

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Indiana’s Wild Landscape

But the wild landscape of centuries past persists all over the state. Ancient woodlands with trees that stretch more than a hundred feet into the sky still exist. Thousands of acres of wilderness forests can be found in the south, while in the north a landscape seemingly more suited to the Atlantic Ocean covers the Indiana Dunes. Along the Ohio River cypress swamps can be found, looking more like the Gulf Coast than the Midwest. Nearby, an underground wilderness is perhaps the least known area of the state, with cavernous rooms, blind cave creatures, flowing rivers, and rock formations millions of years in the making. From hidden waterfalls and glacially carved gorges, through the canopy of an ancient forest, to one of the largest prairie restoration projects in the country, Indiana is still a wild place. WTIU Public Television is licensed through Indiana University and is a member station of PBS.

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Beautiful by Design The Indiana University Campus Beautiful by Design: The Indiana University Bloomington Campus takes a look at one of the most beautiful college campuses in America. Walking across the Indiana University Bloomington campus one cannot help but be charmed by its natural topography, native limestone, and appealing architecture. But the campus’s beauty is not by chance. Careful planning and cultivation went into creating an environment that evokes feelings of admiration and wonder. Beautiful by Design explores distinctive features of this campus—and the reasons for its appeal. There are few places on campus where you can walk in a straight line, and this has been quite intentional. When the trustees moved the location of the university to Dunn’s Woods in 1884 after a fire destroyed the original facility, they also abandoned the square design of the Seminary campus. This mirrored a shift toward a liberal arts education and a newly placed value on science, independent thinking, and fostering new ideas. August 2016 Indiana University, Architecture CD and DVD 978-0-253-03884-5 $18.00 £12.99 DVD Blu Ray 978-0-253-03882-1 $25.00 £17.99 DISTRIBUTED FOR WTIU

As the documentary reveals, this philosophy is embodied in every aspect of the campus scenery, with its curving paths, isles of green, buildings that look out on nature, courtyards, benches, and artworks that encourage reflection. Students, faculty, staff, and visitors can chart their own journey across campus, taking in the scenery and making new discoveries along the way. WTIU Public Television is licensed through Indiana University and is a member station of PBS.

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December 2018 Commencement Indiana University Bloomington “Commencement at Indiana University has always been a celebration of student achievement. It represents both years of hard work and a future of great potential as IU graduates prepare to embark on a new and exciting journey beyond the university. Our graduates have arrived at this momentous day with the love and support of their families and friends, and their stories will forever be woven into IU’s living history. Dedicated to the pursuit of academic excellence, driven by curiosity and intellectual passion, and determined to make a positive impact on our communities, they are the nation’s future. As we wish them well on this singular day, we will always remember their accomplishments and the lasting contributions they have made to our great university.” —Michael A. McRobbie, Indiana University President

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December 2018 Graduate Commencement

WTIU Public Television is licensed through Indiana University and is a member station of PBS.

Photo: James Brasher

January 2019 Indiana University CD and DVD 978-0-253-04511-9 $18.00 £12.99 DVD Blu Ray 978-0-253-04512-6 $25.00 £18.99 DISTRIBUTED FOR WTIU

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Africa Today Interdisciplinary research and diverse perspectives on political, economic, and social issues in Africa. Since 1954, Africa Today has published peer-reviewed, scholarly articles, and book reviews in a broad range of academic disciplines on topics related to contemporary Africa. We encourage interdisciplinary research and seek to be a venue for diverse perspectives on a broad range of topics. Africa Today has been on the forefront of African Studies research for more than 45 years. Our editors accept submissions based on original research in any humanities and social science discipline. Recent issues highlight social, cultural, political, historical, and economic concerns, as well as special features focusing on complex topics from multiple perspectives. Keywords African Culture, African Diaspora, African History, African Studies, Colonialism, Geography, International Studies, Political Movements, Political Science, Religion Learn more at bit.ly/iup-africa-today Subscription rates at bit.ly/subscribe-africa-today Submission information at bit.ly/submit-africa-today Published Quarterly ISSN: 0001-9887 | eISSN: 1527-1978

African Conflict & Peacebuilding Review Creative and rigorous perspectives on the impact of conflicts and peace processes. ACPR: African Conflict & Peacebuilding Review is an interdisciplinary forum for creative and rigorous studies of conflict and peace in Africa, and for discussions among scholars, practitioners, and public intellectuals in Africa, the United States, and other parts of the world. ACPR provides a wide range of theoretical, methodological, and empirical perspectives on the causes of conflicts and peace processes. These include cultural practices relating to conflict resolution and peacebuilding, legal and political preventative measures, and the intersection of international, regional, and local interests and conceptions with conflict and peace. ACPR: African Conflict & Peacebuilding Review is published in partnership with the West African Research Association. Keywords African Diaspora, African Studies, Ethics, Human Rights, Humanitarianism, International Cooperation, International Studies, Military Operations, Peacemaking, Political Science

Published Biannually ISSN: 2156-695X | eISSN: 2156-7263

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Aleph: Historical Studies in Science and Judaism Interactions between science, broadly defined, and Judaism throughout history. Aleph is devoted to the exploration of the interface between Judaism and science in history. We welcome contributions on any chapter in the history of science in which Judaism played a significant role, or on any chapter in the history of Judaism in which science played a significant role. Science is conceived very broadly, including the social sciences and the humanities. History of science is also broadly construed within its social and cultural dimensions. Aleph is published in partnership with the Sidney M. Edelstein Center for the History and Philosophy of Science, Technology and Medicine at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Keywords Christian Philosophy, History, Jewish History, Jewish Literature, Jewish Studies, Judaic Philosophy, Literature, Medieval Literature, Philosophy, Treatises

Published Biannually ISSN: 1565-1525 | eISSN: 1565-5423

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Fresh, innovative research on Eastern Europe, Russia, the Balkans, and Central Asia. Anthropology of East Europe Review is a biannual open access journal of scholarship on Eastern Europe, Russia, the Balkans, and Central Asia. Its mission is to showcase fresh, up-to-date research and to help build a community of scholars who focus on the region. Keywords Anthropology, Cultural Identity, Eastern Europe, Geopolitics, Global Studies, Nationalism, Material Culture, Post-socialism, Social Science, War

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The Anthropology of East Europe Review

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Published Biannually eISSN: 2153-2931

Antisemitism Studies Rigorous scholarship on the interplay of antisemitism and society–past, present, and future. Antisemitism Studies, a double-blind, peer-reviewed academic journal, provides the leading forum for scholarship on the millennial phenomenon of antisemitism, both its past and present manifestations. Multidisciplinary and international in scope, the semiannual journal publishes a variety of perspectives on, and interpretations of, the problem of antisemitism and its impact on society. Each issue is composed of a brief introduction by the editor, a selection of scholarly articles, and reviews of significant new books published on the subject. Antisemitism Studies is published in partnership with the Canadian Institute for the Study of Antisemitism (CISA). Keywords Antisemitism, Antizionism, Cultural Studies, Holocaust Studies, Jewish History, Jewish Refugees, Jewish Studies, Modernity, War, Zionism

Published Biannually ISSN: 2474-1809 | eISSN: 2474-1817

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Black Camera: An International Film Journal Historical and contemporary scholarship on black cinematic experiences and the development of black creative culture. Black Camera, a journal of Black film studies, is devoted to the study and documentation of the Black cinematic experience and aims to engender and sustain a formal academic discussion of Black film production. We include reviews of historical as well as contemporary books and films, researched critiques of recent scholarship on Black film, interviews with accomplished film professionals, and editorials on the development of Black creative culture. Black Camera challenges received and established views and assumptions about the traditions and practices of filmmaking in the African diaspora, where new and longstanding cinematic formations are in play. Issues and special sections are devoted to national cinemas, as well as independent, marginal, or oppositional films and cinematic formations. Keywords African American, African Studies, Black Feminism, Film Studies, Gender Studies, Movie Culture, Political Movements, Popular Culture, Queer Culture, Race & Ethnicity

Published Biannually ISSN: 1536-3155 | eISSN: 1947-4237

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Black Diaspora Review Critiques, debates, and discussions centering the mission, curricula, and ideology Black Diaspora studies. Black Diaspora Review provides an open access forum for scholarly critiques, debates, and discussions on every aspect of Black Diaspora studies, including its mission, curricula, ideology and/or scholarly methodologies, linkages to other academic disciplines links to extra-academic communities, and its future. Keywords African Diaspora, African Studies, Afrodescendents, Black Feminism, Colonialism, Cultural Studies, Global Studies, Racial Inequality, Racism, Slavery

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Published Biannually eISSN: 2334-1521

Chiricú Journal: Latina/o Literatures, Arts, and Cultures Critical, creative space for Latina/o scholarship and cultural expression, highlighting transnational cultural exchanges. Chiricú Journal: Latina/o Literatures, Arts, and Cultures is a peer-reviewed humanities publication dedicated to both critical inquiry and cultural expression. Chiricú showcases new scholarship from diverse disciplines as well as creative works of fiction, non-fiction, poetry, the visual arts, interviews, personal essays, and reviews of books, film, and exhibitions. Each issue is thematic in nature and capacious in scope. We have published interviews with or original works by prominent artists, writers, and filmmakers, including: Cristina García, Giannina Braschi, Silvia Ortiz, Claudia Nina, Edmundo Desnoes, John Valadez, Juana Alicia, Lourdes Portillo, Alex Rivera, and Natalia Almada; and scholarly works by Ana Celia Zentella, Gabriel Meléndez, and Rachel V. González-Martin. Keywords Arts & Culture, Cultural Identity, Cultural Studies, Hispanics, International Politics, International Studies, Languages, Latin American Culture, Political Identity, Popular Culture

Published Biannually ISSN: 0277-7223 | eISSN: 2472-4521

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e-Service Journal: A Journal of Electronic Services in the Public and Private Sectors Design, delivery, and impact of electronic services via applications and communications technology. Electronic services provide the fundamental interface for society’s increasing interaction with web-based economic, political, and educational institutions and are at the forefront of the delivery and collection of information that impacts diverse facets of society. e-Service Journal is an important forum for innovative research on the design, delivery, and impact of electronic services via a variety of computing applications and communications technologies. It offers both private and public sector perspectives and explores new approaches in e-business and e-government. Keywords Analytical Forecasting, Consumer Behavior, Consumer Research, Digital Platforms, Information Technology, Internet, Marketing, Technology, User Satisfaction, Web Services Learn more at bit.ly/iup-eservice Subscription rates at bit.ly/subscribe-eservice Submission information at bit.ly/submit-eservice Published Triannually ISSN: 1528-8226 | eISSN: 1528-8234

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Theoretical and practical discussions of environmental ethics, including ethical theory and ecological philosophy. Ethics & the Environment is an interdisciplinary forum for theoretical and practical articles, discussions, reviews, and book reviews in the broad area encompassed by environmental ethics, Issues include conceptual approaches in ethical theory and ecological philosophy, such as deep ecology and ecological feminism as they pertain to such issues as environmental education and management, ecological economies, and ecosystem health.

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Ethics & the Environment

Keywords Animals, Climate Change, Conservation, Ecology, Environmental Ethics, Environmental Philosophy, Environmental Studies, Humans, Nature, Philosophy Learn more at bit.ly/iup-ete Subscription rates at bit.ly/subscribe-ete Submission information at bit.ly/submit-ete

Published Biannually ISSN: 1085-6633 | eISSN: 1535-5306

Film History: An International Journal The historical development of the motion picture in its social, technological, and economic contexts. Film History publishes original research on the international history of cinema, broadly and inclusively understood. Our areas of interest are the production, distribution, exhibition, and reception of films designed for commercial theaters as well as the full range of nontheatrical, noncommercial uses of motion pictures; the role of cinema as a contested cultural phenomenon; the technological, economic, political, and legal aspects of film history; the circulation of film within and across national borders; and the relations between film and other visual media and forms of commercial entertainment. Keywords Arts & Culture, Cinematography, Documentary Films, Fan Cultures, Film Archives, Film Criticism, Film Studies, Motion Picture Industry, Popular Culture, Technology Learn more at bit.ly/iup-filmhistory Subscription rates at bit.ly/subscribe-filmhistory Submission information at bit.ly/submit-filmhistory Published Quarterly ISSN: 0892-2160 | eISSN: 1553-3905

The Global South World literatures and cultures respond to globalization, colonialism, modernity, diasporas, and resistance. The Global South is an interdisciplinary journal that focuses on how world literatures and cultures respond to globalization. Particularly of interest is how authors, writers, and critics respond to issues of the environment, poverty, immigration, gender, race, hybridity, cultural formation and transformation, colonialism and postcolonialism, modernity and postmodernity, transatlantic encounters, homes, diasporas, and resistance and counter discourse, among others, under the superordinate umbrella of globalization. Keywords African American Culture, African Studies, Colonialism, Global Studies, History, International Studies, Latin American Culture, Narratives, Poetry, Political Violence, Slavery Learn more at bit.ly/iup-globalsouth Subscription rates at bit.ly/subscribe-globalsouth Submission information at bit.ly/submit-globalsouth Published Biannually ISSN: 1932-8648 | eISSN: 1932-8656

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Hindsight: The Journal of Optometry History Fostering a deeper understanding of optometry’s role in society and culture. Hindsight: The Journal of Optometry History contributes new knowledge to optometry history, historical interpretation from unique perspectives, and guides its readers in their research. Published continually since 1970, the journal enriches the scholarship and engenders a deeper understanding of optometry’s role in society and culture. Hindsight: The Journal of Optometry History is the quarterly publication of the Optometric Historical Society (OHS), a program of The AOA Foundation. Keywords Biography, Clinical Practice, Eye Health, Health Care, Health Science, History, Medical Ethics, Medicine, Optometry, Public Health Learn more at bit.ly/iup-hindsight Read online at bit.ly/read-hindsight Submission information at bit.ly/submit-hindsight

Published Quarterly ISSN: 2374-3263 | eISSN: 2374-328X

Historical Performance Examining the complexities of historical musicological theories and practices. Historical Performance is a peer-reviewed journal that focuses on the practical, performance side of musicological research. Extending from the middle ages to the early-twentieth century, we examine the complexities inherent between the historical evidence of the sources—theory—and what we can adduce about the more ephemeral realizations of performance—practice—then and now. Keywords Baroque, Classical, Early Music, History, Improvisation, Instrumental Music, Medieval and Renaissance Music, Musical Aesthetics, Musical Theory, Musical Practice, Performing Arts Learn more at bit.ly/iup-histperf Subscription rates at bit.ly/subscribe-histperf

Published Biannually ISSN: 2574-4151 | eISSN: 2574-4178

History & Memory: Studies in the Representations of the Past Exploring questions of historical consciousness and collective memory. History & Memory explores the manifold ways in which the past shapes the present and is shaped by present perceptions. We focus on a wide range of questions relating to the formation of historical consciousness and collective memory, the role of historical memory in modern and premodern cultures, and the relationship between historical research and images of the past in different societies and cultures. History & Memory aims to explore not only official representations of the past in public monuments and commemorations, but also the role of oral history and personal narratives, the influence of the new media in shaping historical consciousness, and the renewed relevance of history writing for emerging nations and social conflicts. Keywords Commemorations, Cultural Studies, Holocaust, Human Rights, Jewish Studies, Military History, Narratives, Philosophy, Racism, War

Published Biannually ISSN: 0935-560X | eISSN: 1527-1994

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Enhancing understanding of law and society in the current global era. Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies is creating a new and important body of scholarship, as well as an analytical framework that will enhance understanding of the nature of law and society in the current global era. IJGLS is published through a partnership with the Indiana University Maurer School of Law. Keywords Capitalism, Corporate Governance, Economic Regulation, Economics, Globalization, Government Regulation, International Law, International Studies, Legal Studies, Political Science

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Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies

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Published Biannually ISSN: 1080-0727 | eISSN: 1543-0367

Indiana Magazine of History Contributing to the public understanding of history in Indiana and the Midwest. Published continuously since 1905, the Indiana Magazine of History is one of the nation’s oldest historical journals. Each issue features peer-reviewed historical articles, research notes, annotated primary documents, reviews, and critical essays that contribute to public understanding of Midwestern and Indiana history. Keywords African History, Arts & Culture, Geography, Government, History, Hoosier, Indiana, Law, Politics, Slavery Learn more at bit.ly/iup-imh Subscription rates at bit.ly/subscribe-imh Submission information at bit.ly/submit-imh

Published Quarterly ISSN: 0019-6673 | eISSN: 1942-9711

Indiana Theory Review A forum for the thoughtful exchange of ideas, as well as creative and imaginative directions for music theory. Publishing since 1977, Indiana Theory Review provides a venue for creative and imaginative articles on music theory, a forum for the thoughtful exchange of ideas and directions in the field through letters and editorial comments, and an opportunity for review of books and periodicals dealing with a variety of music subjects. Each semiannual, peer-reviewed issue showcases the basic philosophy of sound scholarship and high quality performance as the hallmarks of superior music education. Indiana Theory Review is sponsored by Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music, its Department of Music Theory, and the Graduate Theory Association. Keywords Composers, Literary Themes, Melody, Music, Music Criticism, Music Education, Music Theory, Musical Composition, Musical Performance, Musical Rhythm

Published Biannually ISSN: 0271-8022 | eISSN: 2474-7777

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International Journal of Designs for Learning

Artifacts, environments, and experiences created for learning across contexts by designers in any field. International Journal of Designs for Learning is a multidisciplinary, peer-reviewed, open access journal dedicated to publishing descriptions of artifacts, environments, and experiences created to promote and support learning in all contexts by designers in any field. Published semiannually, the journal provides a venue for designers to share their knowledge-in-practice through rich representations of their designs and detailed discussion of decision-making. The journal supports the production of high-quality precedent materials and promotes and demonstrate the value of doing so. International Journal of Designs for Learning is sponsored by the Association for Educational Communications and Technology. Keywords Curriculum, Design, Education, Guidance, Humanities, Instruction, Libraries, Online Education, Stem Resources, Technology

Published Biannually eISSN: 2159-449X

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Israel Studies Scholarship on Israeli history, politics, society, and culture with recognition of phenomena in diaspora communities. Israel Studies presents multidisciplinary scholarship on Israeli history, politics, society, and culture. Each issue includes essays and reports on matters of broad interest reflecting diverse points of view. Temporal boundaries extend to the pre-state period, although emphasis is on the state of Israel. Due recognition is also given to events and phenomena in diaspora communities as they affect the Israeli state. Israel Studies is sponsored by the Ben-Gurion Research Institute for the Study of Israel and Zionism at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and the Schusterman Center for Israel Studies at Brandeis University, in affiliation with the Association for Israel Studies. Keywords Cultural Identity, Ethnic Identity, Ethnicity, International Studies, Jewish Culture, Jewish Identity, Jewish Studies, Middle East, National Identity, Political Science

Published Triannually ISSN: 1084-9513 | eISSN: 1527-201X

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Jewish Social Studies: History, Culture, Society Understanding the multiplicities inherent in Jewish cultures with an emphasis on identity, peoplehood, and gender. Jewish Social Studies plays an important role in advancing the understanding of Jewish life and the Jewish past. Key themes are issues of identity and peoplehood, the vistas opened by the integration of gender as a primary category in the study of history, and the multiplicities inherent in the evolution of Jewish societies and cultures around the world and over time. Regular features include work in anthropology, politics, sociology, religion, and literature, as well as case studies and theoretical discussions, all of which serve to rechart the boundaries of Jewish historical scholarship. Keywords Anthropology, Feminist Studies, Gender Studies, Identity, Jewish Culture, Jewish Literature, Jewish Peoples, Jewish Studies, Political Movements, Social Science Learn more at bit.ly/iup-jss Subscription rates at bit.ly/subscribe-jss Submission information at bit.ly/submit-jss Published Triannually ISSN: 0021-6704 | eISSN: 1527-2028

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Perspectives and analysis on the feminist transformation of religious studies and institutions. The Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion, the oldest interdisciplinary, inter-religious feminist academic journal in religious studies, is a channel for the publication of feminist scholarship in religion and a forum for discussion and dialogue among people of differing feminist perspectives. Our editors are committed to rigorous thinking and analysis in the service of the transformation of religious studies as a discipline and the feminist transformation of religious and cultural institutions.

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Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion

Keywords Christianity, Feminist Theology, Gender Identity, Gender Studies, Islam, Judaism, Masculinity, Philosophy, Religion, Theology Learn more at bit.ly/iup_feminisminrelig Subscription rates at bit.ly/subscribe_feminisminrelig Submission information at bit.ly/submit_feminisminrelig

Published Biannually ISSN: 8755-4178 | eISSN: 1553-3913

Journal of Folklore Research: An International Journal of Folklore and Ethnomusicology Current theory and research on traditional culture, fieldwork experience, and the intellectual history of folklore. The Journal of Folklore Research, provides an international forum for current theory and research among scholars of traditional cultures. Each issue includes articles of theoretical interest to folklore and ethnomusicology as international disciplines, as well as essays that address the fieldwork experience and the intellectual history of folklore. Contributors include scholars and professionals in such additional fields as anthropology, area studies, communication, cultural studies, history, linguistics, literature, performance studies, religion, and semiotics. Keywords Animals, Cultural History, Cultural Identity, Cultural Studies, Folk Culture, Folklore, Folktales, Material Culture, Narratives, Rituals Learn more at bit.ly/iup-journaloffolkloreresearch Subscription rates at bit.ly/subscribe-journaloffolkloreresearch Submission information at bit.ly/submit-journaloffolkloreresearch Published Triannually ISSN: 0737-7037 | eISSN: 1543-0413

Journal of Islamic and Muslim Studies Scholarship on the diverse culture and lived experiences of Muslims across the world. Published semiannually each May and November, the Journal of Islamic and Muslim Studies is peer-reviewed, with four to six articles per issue, and includes discussions, forums, and reviews on books, conferences, and films. The journal’s purpose is to forward the field of Islamic and Muslim studies more broadly, and to make contributions to its represented disciplines in advancing theories, epistemologies, pedagogies, and methods. The Journal of Islamic and Muslim Studies (JIMS) is a multidisciplinary academic journal sponsored by the North American Association of Islamic and Muslim Studies (NAAIMS). Keywords Ethnic Identity, International Studies, Islam, Middle East, Muslims, Political Violence, Religion, Religious Practices, Sectarianism, Theology

Published Biannually ISSN: 2470-7066 | eISSN: 2470-7074

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Journal of Modern Literature

Scholarly studies of literature in all languages, as well as related arts and cultural artifacts, from 1900 to the present. More than four decades after its founding, the Journal of Modern Literature remains a leading scholarly journal in the field of modern and contemporary literature and is widely recognized as such. It emphasizes scholarly studies of literature in all languages, as well as related arts and cultural artifacts, from 1900 to the present. International in its scope, its contributors include scholars from Australia, Canada, China, England, Denmark, France, Israel, Japan, Nigeria, Spain, and Turkey. Keywords Aesthetics, Arts & Culture, Feminism, Fiction, Literary Criticism, Modern Literature, Narratives, Poetry, Political Philosophy, Popular Culture Learn more at bit.ly/iup-jml Subscription rates at bit.ly/subscribe-jml Submission information at bit.ly/submit-jml

Published Quarterly ISSN: 0022-281X | eISSN: 1529-1464

Journal of Muslim Philanthropy and Civil Society Cutting-edge research from across the world on the dynamic understandings of Muslim prosocial action. The Journal of Muslim Philanthropy and Civil Society is a biannual, peer-reviewed, open access journal that focuses on the broad scope of Muslim philanthropy and civil society. The terms “Muslim” and “philanthropy” are defined broadly to be inclusive of cutting-edge research from across the world and disciplines, and the journal’s editorial focus is to showcase the dynamic practice and understanding of Muslim prosocial action. The journal seeks original academic research examining Muslim nonprofit, philanthropic, and voluntary action and provides a forum for researchers to publish timely articles from a variety of disciplinary perspectives. The Journal of Muslim Philanthropy and Civil Society is sponsored by the Center on Muslim Philanthropy and the Lilly Family School of Philanthropy at Indiana University. Keywords Education, History, Islamic Ethics, Muslim Studies, Nonprofit Studies, Philanthropy, Political Science, Prosocial Action, Religious Studies, Volunteer Studies

Published Biannually ISSN: 2572-6544

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Journal of Teaching and Learning with Technology Enhancing student learning at the university level through the use of technology, broadly defined. The Journal of Teaching and Learning with Technology (JoTLT) is an international journal dedicated to enhancing student learning through the use of technology. Focused on teaching at the university level, the goal of this journal is to provide a platform for academicians all over the world to promote, share, and discuss what does and does not work when using technology. Keywords E-learning, Education, Instructional Technology, Multimedia Learning, Online Teaching, Social Science, Student Engagement, Teaching and Learning, Technology, Videos Learn more at bit.ly/iup-jotlt Read online at bit.ly/read-jotlt Submission information at bit.ly/submit-jotlt

Published Biannually eISSN: 2165-2554

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Studies on the diversity of peoples, influences, times, and regions that make up the Turkish and former Ottoman worlds. The Journal of Ottoman and Turkish Studies Association is published semiannually by the Ottoman and Turkish Studies Association. Founded in 1976 and published as the Turkish Studies Association Bulletin, each issue contains the latest scholarship on the Ottoman Empire and Republic of Turkey, and includes state of the field essays, book reviews and review articles that examine the wide ranging studies that cross disciplinary, national, ethnic, imperial, periodized, religious, geographic, and linguistic boundaries and take as their focus the diversity of peoples, influences, approaches, times, and regions that make up the Turkish and former Ottoman worlds.

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Journal of the Ottoman and Turkish Studies Association

Keywords History, International Law, International Studies, Jewish Culture, Middle East, Muslims, Ottoman Empire, Turkish Studies, War, Zionism Learn more at bit.ly/iup-jotsa Subscription rates at bit.ly/subscribe-jotsa Submission information at bit.ly/submit-jotsa Published Biannually ISSN: 2376-0699 | eISSN: 2376-0702

Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Theory-based and evidenced practices for the community of teacherscholars in higher education. Founded in 2001, the Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (JoSoTL) is a forum for the dissemination of the scholarship of teaching and learning (SoTL) in higher education for the community of teacher-scholars. Each quarterly peer-reviewed issue promotes SoTL investigations that are theory-based and supported by evidence. JoSoTL’s objective is to publish articles that promote effective practices in teaching and learning and add to the knowledge base. Keywords Active Learning, Collaborative Learning, Critical Thinking, Education, Higher Education, Instruction, Practice-based Learning, Project-based Instruction, Psychology, Social Science Learn more at bit.ly/iup-josotl Read online at bit.ly/read-josotl Submission information at bit.ly/submit-josotl

Published Quarterly eISSN: 1527-9316

Journal of the Student Personnel Association at Indiana University Scholarship from Indiana University’s Higher Education and Student Affairs program. The Journal of the Student Personnel Association at Indiana University provides an opportunity for Higher Education and Student Affairs (HESA) Program master’s students to publish articles pertinent to the field of student affairs. The journal has been published annually since 1967 by the Student Personnel Association at Indiana University with support from the HESA Program. Keywords Education, Finances, Higher Education, Humanities, Social Science, Social Studies, Student Affairs, Student Organizations, Undergraduates, Universities Learn more at bit.ly/iup-jspa Read online at bit.ly/read-jspa Submission information at bit.ly/submit-jspa

Published Annually ISSN: 2334-1556 | eISSN: 2334-1548

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Journal of World Philosophies

Exploring the commonalities and differences between philosophical traditions around the globe. The Journal of World Philosophies is a biannual, peer-reviewed, international journal dedicated to comparative thought. The open access journal seeks to explore common spaces and differences between philosophical traditions in a global context. Without postulating cultures as monolithic, homogeneous, or segregated wholes, it aspires to address key philosophical issues which bear on specific methodological, epistemological, hermeneutic, ethical, social, and political questions in comparative thought. Keywords African Philosophy, Cultural Studies, Global Intellectual History, Global Studies, Indian Philosophy, Japanese Philosophy, Marxist Philosophy, Philosophy, Philosophy Of Language, Western Philosophy Learn more at bit.ly/iup-worldphilosophies Read online at bit.ly/read-worldphilosophies Submission information at bit.ly/submit-worldphilosophies Published Biannually eISSN: 2474-1795

Mande Studies Exploring multidisciplinary research about the diverse peoples and cultures of the Mande diaspora in West Africa. Mande Studies is an interdisciplinary journal publishing original research that focuses on the Mande-speaking peoples of West Africa and the Mande community in diaspora, from slavery to the post-colony. We welcome articles in the social sciences and the humanities including, but not limited to: history, art history, archeology, sociology, and public health. Articles may range from the pre-colonial period to the present. Keywords African Culture, African History, African Studies, Cultural Identity, Judaism, Linguistic Anthropology, Linguistics, Muslims, Political Science, Religion Learn more at bit.ly/iup-mande-studies Subscription rates at bit.ly/subscribe-mande-studies Submission information at bit.ly/submit-mande-studies

Published Annually ISSN: 1536-5506 | eISSN: 2379-5506

The Medieval Review Current scholarship in the study of medieval cultures from the fifth to the fifteenth centuries. Since 1993, The Medieval Review (formerly the Bryn Mawr Medieval Review) has been publishing reviews of current work in all areas of medieval studies, a field it interprets as broadly as possible. The electronic medium allows for very rapid publication of reviews, and provides a computer searchable archive of past reviews, both of which are of great utility to scholars and students around the world. Keywords Ancient Literature, Cultural Studies, Folk History, Historiography, History, Humanities, Literary Studies, Medieval Studies, Renaissance Studies, Religion Learn more at bit.ly/iup-mdr Read online at bit.ly/read-mdr Submission information at bit.ly/submit-mdr

Published Annually eISSN: 1096-746X

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Advancing the field of material culture and museum studies. Museum Anthropology Review is an open access journal whose purpose is the wide dissemination of peer-reviewed articles, reviews, essays, obituaries and other content advancing the field of material culture and museum studies, broadly conceived. Since its founding in February 2007, the journal has published smart, significant work by scholars—both junior and well established—working in folklore studies, vernacular architecture studies, archaeology, linguistic anthropology, religious studies, museum studies, history, art history, and ethnomusicology, in addition to cultural anthropology.

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Museum Anthropology Review

Museum Anthropology Review is a publication of the Mathers Museum of World Cultures at Indiana University Bloomington. Keywords Anthropology, Archives, Exhibition, Folk Museums, Folklore, History, History Of Anthropology, Intellectual History, Material Culture, Social History

Published Biannually eISSN: 1938-5145

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Nashim: A Journal of Jewish Women’s Studies and Gender Studies An international, interdisciplinary academic forum for Jewish women’s and gender studies. Nashim provides an international, interdisciplinary, and scholarly forum in Jewish women’s and gender studies, and is the only one of its kind. It creates communication channels within the Jewish women’s and gender studies community and brings forth that community’s work to a wider audience. Each thematic issue is produced in consultation with a distinguished feminist scholar, and includes articles on literature, text studies, anthropology, archeology, theology, contemporary thought, sociology, the arts, and more. Nashim is a joint publication of the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute at Brandeis University, and the Schechter Institute of Jewish Studies in Jerusalem. Keywords Feminism, Gender Studies, Jewish Culture, Jewish Literature, Jewish Studies, Judaism, Literary Studies, Contemporary Thought, Poetry, Religious Poetry Published Biannually ISSN: 0793-8934 | eISSN: 1565-5288

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Pakistan Journal of Historical Studies Critical ideas and rigorous scholarship on social, cultural, art, architectural, political, and economic Pakistani histories. The Pakistan Journal of Historical Studies (PJHS) aims to develop critical ideas on less explored and innovative themes in social, cultural, art, architectural, political, and economic histories. Scholars engaged with current historical debates about any region and period can submit articles on a particular theme thus initiating a dialogue on theoretical and methodological issues. By moving beyond the dualistic discourse on secularism vs theocracy, capitalism vs communism, traditionalism vs modernism, colonialism vs postcolonialism, meta-narrative vs micro-narrative, and so on, each issue aims to promote rigorous scholarship helpful in understanding our past and its contradictions. PJHS is a peer-reviewed semiannual journal sponsored by the Khaldunia Centre for Historical Research in Lahore, Pakistan. Keywords Cultural Identity, Cultural Studies, Colonialism, History, International Studies, Middle East, Music, Political Discourse, Secularism, Pakistan Published Biannually ISSN: 2412-611X | eISSN: 2470-8518

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Philanthropy & Education Scholarship and practice on fundraising, volunteerism, civic engagement, alumni relations, corporate social responsibility, and prosocial behavior development. Philanthropy & Education publishes interdisciplinary works which examine prosocial voluntary actions benefiting education. The journal’s mission is to advance scholarship in and inform practice around philanthropy, broadly defined, including but not limited to fundraising, volunteerism, civic engagement, alumni relations, corporate social responsibility, and prosocial behavior development. As such, Philanthropy & Education publishes empirical and scholarly studies that are written in a way that is accessible to practitioners across the spectrum of disciplinary perspectives with a clear implication for practice. Publishing semiannually each May and November, Philanthropy & Education is a peerreviewed scholarly journal sponsored by Teachers College, Columbia University. Keywords Anthropology, Economics, Education, Humanities, Management, Philanthropy, Political Science, Sociology, Prosocial Action, Volunteer Studies Published Biannually ISSN: 2470-7686 | eISSN: 2470-7694

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Bringing together the critical study of classical texts with a theoretical exploration of modern Jewish writing. For more than thirty years, Prooftexts has provided a forum for the growing field of Jewish literary studies. Integral to its mission is an attempt to bring together the study of modern Jewish literatures (in Hebrew, Yiddish, and European languages) with the literary study of the Jewish classical tradition as a whole. Since its inception, the journal has as much stimulated and created the field of Jewish literary studies as it has reflected its achievements.

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Prooftexts: A Journal of Jewish Literary History

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Histories of education, philosophy, fine arts, economics, law, and science from British culture of the Victorian age. For more than half a century, Victorian Studies has been devoted to the study of British culture of the Victorian age. It regularly includes interdisciplinary articles on comparative literature, social and political history, and the histories of education, philosophy, fine arts, economics, law, and science, as well as review essays and an extensive book review section. Victorian Studies is the official publication of the North American Victorian Studies Association (NAVSA).

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Victorian Studies

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INDEX BY TITLE #WWE......................................................................................... 41

The Grand Scribe’s Records, Volume XI..................................74

Abe’s Youth ................................................................................ 15

Gulag Literature and the Literature of Nazi Camps............... 54

Africa Today.............................................................................. 92

The Havant Boy Ripper............................................................ 28

African Conflict & Peacebuilding Review................................ 92

Heartland Habitats.................................................................... 21

Aleph.......................................................................................... 92

Hebrew Gothic...........................................................................55

The American Midwest in Film and Literature........................47

Hindsight................................................................................... 96

The Annotated I Caught Crippen............................................ 28

Historical Performance............................................................ 96

The Anthropology of East Europe Review.............................. 93

History & Memory.................................................................... 96

Antisemitism Studies............................................................... 93

Hotels of the Old West ..............................................................27

Applying the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning beyond the Individual Classroom ............... 40

How to Drink Like a Spy ..............................................................8

The Artstars............................................................................... 13 Battle for Malaya....................................................................... 71 Beautiful by Design .................................................................. 88 Being and Logos....................................................................... 66 Black Camera............................................................................ 93 Black Diaspora Review............................................................. 94 Bob Hammel & Bloomington ...................................................85 The Call of Heart....................................................................... 42 Chesney .................................................................................... 28 Chinese Folklore Studies Today .............................................. 49 Chiricú Journal.......................................................................... 94 The Cost of Comfort..................................................................67 Cross and Cosmos.................................................................... 68 Dancing in Dreamtime ..............................................................23 Deadly Service ......................................................................... 28 December 2018 Commencement .......................................... 89 Delimitations of Latin American Philosophy.......................... 69 The Denham Massacre............................................................ 28 Documentary Across Platforms ............................................. 44 e-Service Journal...................................................................... 94 The Education of Alice Hamilton............................................. 36 The Engineer of Beasts.............................................................22 Ethics & the Environment........................................................ 95 EWVA......................................................................................... 43 The Execution of Mary Ansell.................................................. 28

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Howard Vincent’s Police Code, 1889 ...................................... 28 In the Interests of Science ...................................................... 29 Indiana Daily Student................................................................ 31 Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies...................................97 Indiana Magazine of History.....................................................97 Indiana Theory Review..............................................................97 Indiana University and the World .............................................32 Indiana University Maurer School of Law............................... 30 Indiana’s Wild Landscape .........................................................87 The Institutionalization of Educational Cinema..................... 45 International Journal of Designs for Learning........................ 98 Israel Studies............................................................................ 98 J. Irwin Miller............................................................................. 20 Jack and Old Jewry .................................................................. 29 Jewish Social Studies............................................................... 98 Jón Leifs and the Musical Invention of Iceland ....................... 61 Joseph ...................................................................................... 29 Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion................................... 99 Journal of Folklore Research.................................................... 99 Journal of Islamic and Muslim Studies................................... 99 Journal of Modern Literature................................................. 100 Journal of Muslim Philanthropy & Civil Society................... 100 Journal of Teaching and Learning with Technology............. 100 Journal of the Ottoman and Turkish Studies Association.... 101 Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning........... 101

Fatal Affairs ............................................................................... 28

Journal of the Student Personnel Association at Indiana University...................................... 101

Feminism, Violence, and Representation in Modern Italy......75

Journal of World Philosophies................................................102

Film History............................................................................... 95

Kentucky Across the Land........................................................ 19

A Forensic Forum...................................................................... 28

Kentucky Barns......................................................................... 18

Forgetting Items....................................................................... 82

Krayology .................................................................................. 29

The Global South...................................................................... 95

Last Train to Texas..................................................................... 12

The Grand Scribe’s Records, Volume VII.................................74

The Making of a Reform Jewish Cantor.................................. 62

The Grand Scribe’s Records, Volume IX..................................74

Mande Studies.........................................................................102


Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce.....................................106

Master Classes with Menahem Pressler................................. 63

Transformations on the Ground ..............................................73

The Master Ghost Hunter........................................................ 29

Transition..................................................................................106

The Media World of ISIS........................................................... 46

Transportation and American People......................................10

The Medieval Review...............................................................102

Trial of Israel Lipski .................................................................. 29

Melania and Michelle...................................................................4

Trial of Louise Masset .............................................................. 29

Mental Health and Palestinian Citizens in Israel ....................79

The Trojan War...........................................................................59

A Million Pictures...................................................................... 43

The Unchosen Ones..................................................................57

Mississippi Civil War Monuments............................................. 16

The Variorum Edition of Poetry of John Donne, Volume 5..... 60

Museum Anthropology Review...............................................103

Victorian Studies..................................................................... 107

Music, Education, and Religion................................................ 64

Wedding Clothes and the Osage Community........................ 83

My Life With Trains.................................................................... 26

Weird Wild West ......................................................................... 14

Nashim.....................................................................................103

Where Rivers and Mountains Sing...........................................52

The Negro Grandsons of Vercingetorix....................................72

The World is Our Home........................................................... 107

Never A Dull Moment ............................................................... 29

Yiddish in Israel .........................................................................58

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Mapping ASEAN ........................................................................37

Olivier Messiaen’s Opera, Saint Francois d’Assise.................. 65 On the Sultan’s Service............................................................ 80 Pakistan Journal of Historical Studies...................................103 The Phenomenology of Internal Time-Consciousness..........70 Philanthropy & Education.......................................................104 Philosophy of Music Education Review..................................104 Physical Disabilities.................................................................104 The Pilates Effect.........................................................................6 A Police Officer and A Gentleman............................................ 29 Port Triumph............................................................................. 84 Prooftexts.................................................................................105 Queering Drag............................................................................53 Reciprocal Ethnography and the Power of Women’s Narratives............................... 50 Recreation, Parks, and Tourism in Public Health...................105 Research in African Literatures..............................................105 Roger Sandall’s Films and Contemporary Anthropology ...... 51 Scaled for Success................................................................... 42 The Scandal of Continuity in Middle East Anthropology........ 81 The Secret Diary of Arnold Douwes........................................ 56 Sketch Comedy ........................................................................ 48 Socialist Heritage ......................................................................76 Spectrum.................................................................................106 The Spirit of Generosity........................................................... 34 Tatar Empire ..............................................................................77 Tennessee Civil War Monuments............................................. 17 Terrarium....................................................................................24 Terre Haute ............................................................................... 86 Tradition in the Frame...............................................................78

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INDEX BY SUBJECT Africa & African Studies.................. 72, 73, 92-95, 102, 105, 106

Literary Studies & Criticism............. 60, 100, 102, 103, 105, 107

American Philosophy..............................................................106

Literature............................................................................. 54, 55

Anthropology...................... 50, 51, 73, 75, 76, 78, 79, 81, 83, 103

Material Culture.................................................................99, 103

Antisemitism............................................................................. 93

Medieval Studies.....................................................................102

Architecture........................................................................ 20, 88

Memoir................................................................................. 12, 26

Arts & Culture.............................................................. 20, 97, 105

Middle East & Middle East Studies.........46, 79-81, 98-100, 103

Asia.............................................................................................74

Midwest.......................................................................... 21, 36, 47

Beverages.....................................................................................8

Military History.......................................................................... 71

Biography...................................................................... 20, 36, 85

Mississippi.................................................................................. 16

Black Nationalism....................................................................106

Modern Literature............................................................100, 105

Business.................................................................................... 20

Music.................................................................61-65, 96, 97, 104

Children’s Stories.................................................................... 107

Nature................................................................................... 21, 87

Civil War................................................................................. 15-17

North America.....................................................................82-84

Classics & Antiquity...................................................................59

Optometry................................................................................. 96

Colonialism............................................................................... 95

Ottoman Empire...................................................................... 101

Consumer Research................................................................. 94

Paranormal................................................................................. 14

Creative Writing....................................................................... 107

Performance............................................................................. 96

Cultural Studies............................... 53, 93, 94, 99, 101, 103, 107

Philanthropy.............................................................. 34, 100, 104

Current Events...........................................................................37

Philosophical Psychology.......................................................106

Ecology...................................................................................... 95

Philosophy........................... 66-70, 92, 95, 96, 99, 102, 104, 106

Education.......................... 40, 43, 45, 64, 98, 100, 101, 104, 105

Photography........................................................................ 18, 19

Environmental Studies............................................................. 95

Poetry........................................................................................ 60

Ethnomusicology.......................................................................52

Politics & Political Science...................................... 4, 92, 97, 102

Eurasia........................................................................................52

Popular Culture....................................................93-95, 100, 106

Europe............................................................................ 75, 76, 78

Psychology.................................................................................79

Exercise........................................................................................6

Public Health..............................................................96, 104, 105

Fiction..................................................................... 13, 22-24, 100

Railroads & Transportation........................................... 10, 12, 26

Film & Media............................................................ 41-48, 93, 95

Religion.......................................................... 64, 68, 99, 100, 102

Folklore.............................................................49-52, 83, 99, 103

Russia and Eastern Europe.......................................................77

Food & Drink.................................................................................8

Social Science.................................................... 98, 101, 105, 106

Gender Studies............................................. 53, 98, 99, 103, 106

Sociology................................................................................... 82

Global & International Studies................ 92-95, 97-99, 101, 103

Student Affairs......................................................................... 101

Health & Fitness...........................................................................6

Technology............................................................94, 95, 98, 100

History............................ 31, 43, 57, 74, 77, 80, 84, 86, 92, 96, 97

Tennessee................................................................................... 17

Holocaust............................................................................ 54, 56

Travel......................................................................................16, 17

Indiana............................................................................ 86, 87, 97

True Crime........................................................................... 28, 29

Indiana University............................................. 30-32, 34, 88, 89

Turkish Studies........................................................................ 101

Information Technology........................................................... 94

U.S. History.......................................................................... 15, 27

Instruction.......................................................... 98, 100, 101, 104

Victorian Literature................................................................. 107

Israel.................................................................................... 58, 98

Volunteer Studies............................................................100, 104

Judaica & Jewish Studies..... 55-58, 62, 92, 93, 96, 98, 103, 105

West........................................................................................... 14

Kentucky.............................................................................. 18, 19

Women’s Studies...........................................................4, 43, 103

Latin America................................................................ 69, 84, 94

Wrestling.................................................................................... 41

Legal History / Legal Studies............................................ 30, 97

Zionism...................................................................................... 93


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