Politics Fall 2020
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A Critical Political Economy of the Middle East and North Africa
A History of False Hope
Investigative Commissions in Palestine Lori Allen
Edited by Joel Beinin, Bassam Haddad & Sherene Seikaly
December 2020 400pp 9781503614185 £23.99 / $30.00 PB 9781503606722 £74.00 / $90.00 HB STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
Stanford Studies in Middle Eastern and Islamic Societies and Cultures February 2021 328pp 9781503614475 £21.99 / $28.00 PB 9781503613836 £74.00 / $90.00 HB STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
This book oﬀers a provocative retelling of Palestinian political history through an examination of the international commissions that have investigated political violence and human rights violations.
The ﬁrst critical engagement with the political economy of the Middle East and North Africa.
A is for Asylum Seeker: Words for People on the Move / A de asilo: palabras para personas en movimiento
Are We the 99%?
The Occupy Movement, Feminism, and Intersectionality Heather McKee Hurwitz
December 2020 200pp 9781439920220 £19.99 / $25.95 PB 9781439920213 £79.00 / $99.50 HB TEMPLE UNIVERSITY PRESS
Rachel Ida Buff Translated by Alejandra Oliva
May 2020 272pp 9780823289158 £14.99 / $18.95 PB 9780823289141 £56.00 / $70.00 HB FORDHAM UNIVERSITY PRESS
Considers how women, people of color, and genderqueer activists struggled to be heard and understood. Despite cries of “We are the 99%,” certain groups were unable to participate. Excludes Asia Pacific
A clear and concise A-to-Z of keywords that echo our current human rights crisis.
Artificial Life After Frankenstein
Assembling the Local
Political Economy and Agrarian Governance in British India Upal Chakrabarti
Eileen Hunt Botting
December 2020 306pp 9780812252743 £27.99 / $34.95 HB UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA PRESS
Intellectual History of the Modern Age December 2020 288pp 9780812252736 £64.00 / $79.95 HB UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA PRESS
Artiﬁcial Life After Frankenstein brings the insights born of Mary Shelley’s legacy to bear upon the ethics and politics of making artiﬁcial life and intelligence in the twenty-ﬁrst century.
Chakrabarti argues that the “local” should be reconceptualized as an abstract machine, central to the construction of the universal, namely, the establishment of political economy as a form of governance in nineteenth-century British India.
At the Pleasure of the Crown
Big Data Surveillance and Security Intelligence
The Canadian Case Edited by David Lyon & David Murakami Wood
The Politics of Bureaucratic Appointments Christopher Cooper
April 2021 160pp 11 charts, 13 tables 9780774864770 £19.99 / $29.95 PB 9780774864763 £50.00 / $75.00 HB UBC PRESS
December 2020 256pp 1 map, 2 charts, 3 tables 9780774864176 £60.00 / $89.95 HB
In a critical analysis of the profound shift to big data practices among intelligence agencies, this book highlights the challenges for civil liberties, human rights, and privacy protection. Excludes SE Asia, Indian SC & ANZ
Reveals that although the qualities that Canadian governments look for in senior public servants are subject to change, the political nature of bureaucratic appointments is enduring. Excludes SE Asia, Indian SC & ANZ
Big Promises, Small Government
Immigration Politics on America’s Northern Border Ashley Johnson Bavery
Doing Less with Less in the BC Liberal New Era George M. Abbott
Politics and Culture in Modern America September 2020 312pp 10 illus. 9780812252439 £40.00 / $49.95 HB UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA PRESS
September 2020 192pp 6 tables 9780774864879 £21.99 / $32.95 PB UBC PRESS
Big Promises, Small Government demonstrates the integral relationship between eﬀective tax policy and sustainable social programs. Excludes SE Asia, Indian SC & ANZ
Explores the history of illegal immigration, migrant labor, and the early formation of U.S. immigration policy along the country’s northern border, demonstrating how this region inﬂuenced the practices and experiences surrounding illegal immigration in early 20th century industrial US.
Challenge the Strong Wind
Transborder Membership Politics in Twentieth-Century Korea
Canada and East Timor, 1975–99 The C.D. Howe Series in Canadian Political History September 2020 312pp 14 b&w photos, 1 map 9780774862981 £21.99 / $35.95 NIP UBC PRESS
Recounts the story of Canadian policy toward East Timor from the 1975 invasion to the 1999 vote for independence. Excludes SE Asia, Indian SC & ANZ
Studies of the Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Paciﬁc Research Center November 2020 360pp 9781503615007 £21.99 / $28.00 PB STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
Scholars have long examined the relationship between nation-states and their “internal others,” such as immigrants and ethnoracial minorities. This book shifts the analytic focus to explore how a state relates to people it views as “external members” such as emigrants and diasporas.
Cultural Revolution and Revolutionary Culture
NOMOS LXIII Edited by Melissa Schwartzberg & Daniel Viehoff
September 2020 368pp 9781478009528 £22.99 / $28.95 PB 9781478008590 £87.00 / $104.95 HB DUKE UNIVERSITY PRESS
NOMOS - American Society for Political and Legal Philosophy November 2020 272pp 9781479804788 £54.00 / $65.00 HB NEW YORK UNIVERSITY PRESS
Russo rethinks the history of China’s Cultural Revolution, arguing that it must be understood as a mass political experiment aimed at thoroughly reexamining the tenets of communism itself.
A distinguished group of interdisciplinary scholars explore the key questions and challenges facing democracies, both in the past and present, around the world. Excludes SE Asia & ANZ
Trust and Mistrust in Civil Wars Théodore McLauchlin
The Party System in New York’s Gilded Age Jeffrey D. Broxmeyer
December 2020 272pp 1 map, 7 charts 9781501752940 £41.00 / $49.95 HB CORNELL UNIVERSITY PRESS
American Governance: Politics, Policy, and Public Law July 2020 240pp 19 illus. 9780812252361 £44.00 / $55.00 HB UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA PRESS
Examines the personal and political factors behind soldiers’ choices to stay in their unit or abandon their cause. Explores what might spur widespread desertion in a given group, how some armed groups manage to keep their soldiers ﬁghting over long periods, and how committed soldiers are to their causes and their comrades.
Brings new perspective to the crisis of inequality during the Gilded Age. Examining how party leaders governed by accumulating wealth through the spoils system, Broxmeyer places in historical context debates over capitalism and democracy that continue to resonate today.
Elementary Aspects of the Political
Engaging the Evil Empire
Washington, Moscow, and the Beginning of the End of the Cold War Simon Miles
Histories from the Global South
Theory in Forms December 2020 288pp 11 illus. 9781478010906 £20.99 / $26.95 PB 9781478009870 £83.00 / $99.95 HB DUKE UNIVERSITY PRESS
October 2020 240pp 9781501751691 £27.99 / $34.95 HB CORNELL UNIVERSITY PRESS
Moves beyond postcolonial and decolonial critiques of European political philosophy to rethink modern conceptions of “the political” from the perspective of Indian and Bengali practices and philosophies from the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
Tracking key events in US-Soviet relations across the years between 1980 and 1985, Engaging the Evil Empire dramatically alters how we look at the beginning of the end of the Cold War.
Fear in Our Hearts
Feeding the Hungry
What Islamophobia Tells Us about America Caleb Iyer Elfenbein
Advocacy and Blame in the Global Fight against Hunger Michelle Jurkovich
North American Religions January 2021 208pp 9781479804580 £21.99 / $28.00 HB NEW YORK UNIVERSITY PRESS
September 2020 180pp 3 b&w hts., 1 ht., 1 ﬁg., 5 charts 9781501751783 £16.99 / $21.95 PB 9781501751165 £95.00 / $115.00 HB CORNELL UNIVERSITY PRESS
Arguing that anti-Muslim activity tells us as much about the state of core American values in general as it does about the particular experiences of American Muslims, oﬀers practical ideas about how we can create a more welcoming public life for all in our everyday lives. Excludes SE Asia & ANZ
Investigates advocacy around the right to food and challenges existing understandings of the relationships among human rights, norms, and laws. Provides an expanded conceptual toolkit with which we can examine and understand the social and moral forces at play in rights advocacy.
Force and Freedom
From Collective Bargaining to Collective Begging How Public Employees Win and Lose the Right to Bargain Dominic D. Wells
Black Abolitionists and the Politics of Violence Kellie Carter Jackson
America in the Nineteenth Century August 2020 224pp 10 illus. 9780812224702 £18.99 / $24.95 PB UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA PRESS
November 2020 220pp 9781439919590 £20.99 / $27.95 PB 9781439919583 £83.00 / $104.50 HB TEMPLE UNIVERSITY PRESS
Kellie Carter Jackson provides the ﬁrst historical analysis exclusively focused on the tactical use of violence among antebellum black activists. Through tactical violence, argues Carter Jackson, abolitionist leaders created the conditions that necessitated the Civil War.
How do public employees win and lose their collective bargaining rights? And how can public sector labor unions protect those rights? These are the questions answered here. Excludes Asia Pacific
Fulfilling the Sacred Trust
A Brief History Glenn E. Robinson
The UN Campaign for International Accountability for Dependent Territories in the Era of Decolonization Mary Ann Heiss
November 2020 256pp 9780804760478 £19.99 / $25.00 PB 9780804760461 £70.00 / $85.00 HB STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
Most violent jihadi movements in the twentieth century focused on removing corrupt, repressive secular regimes throughout the Muslim world. But following the 1979 Soviet Explores the implementation of international invasion of Afghanistan, a new form of jihadism accountability for dependent territories under the emerged - global jihad. Glenn E. Robinson United Nations during the early Cold War era. develops a compelling and provocative argument about this violent political movement’s evolution. December 2020 312pp 9781501752704 £41.00 / $49.95 HB CORNELL UNIVERSITY PRESS
God, Tsar, and People
Gramsci in the World
Edited by Roberto M. Dainotto & Fredric Jameson
The Political Culture of Early Modern Russia
August 2020 288pp 9781478008491 £21.99 / $26.95 PB 9781478007999 £87.00 / $99.95 HB DUKE UNIVERSITY PRESS
Daniel B. Rowland Foreword by Russell E. Martin
NIU Series in Slavic, East European, and Eurasian Studies November 2020 420pp 47 b&w hts., 14 b&w line drawings, 1 chart 9781501753725 £23.99 / $29.95 PB 9781501752094 £95.00 / $115.00 HB CORNELL UNIVERSITY PRESS
Examines the varying receptions and uses of Antonio Gramsci’s thought in diverse geographical, historical, and political contexts, highlighting its possibilities and limits for understanding and changing the social world.
Presents a nuanced picture of Russian political thought during the two centuries before Peter the Great came to power.
How to Prevent Coups d’État
Globalization, Incorporation, and Placemaking in Queens, New York Edited by Tarry Hum, Ron Hayduk, Francois Pierre-Louis Jr. & Michael Alan Krasner
Counterbalancing and Regime Survival Erica De Bruin
November 2020 228pp 1 map, 6 charts 9781501751912 £39.00 / $46.95 HB CORNELL UNIVERSITY PRESS
January 2021 368pp 9781439915943 £34.00 / $42.95 PB 9781439915936 £92.00 / $115.50 HB TEMPLE UNIVERSITY PRESS
Looks at the threats that rulers face from their own armed forces. Can rulers make their regimes coup-proof? Data from 110 countries over ﬁfty years and case studies of coup attempts in Asia, Africa, Latin America, and the Middle East.
Examines the social, spatial, economic, and political dynamics that stem from the fastgrowing urbanization of Queens, New York. Excludes Asia Pacific
In Defense of Populism
Protest and American Democracy Donald T. Critchlow
Islam, Citizenship, and Democracy Edited by Robert W. Hefner & Zainal Abidin Bagir
September 2020 224pp 1 table 9780812252767 £22.99 / $29.95 HB UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA PRESS
Contending Modernities January 2021 282pp 9780268108625 £33.00 / $40.00 PB 9780268108618 £82.00 / $100.00 HB UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME PRESS
Covering progressivism in the early twentieth century, the New Deal, civil rights activism, the Reagan Revolution, and the environmental and Tea Party movements, In Defense of Populism argues that grassroots activism is essential to transforming both Democratic and Republican parties into instruments of reform.
Indonesian Pluralities oﬀers important insights on the state of Indonesian politics and society more than twenty years after its return to democracy.
Militarized Global Apartheid
No Place for the State
The Origins and Legacies of the 1969 Omnibus Bill Edited by Christopher Dummitt & Christabelle Sethna
Global Insecurities November 2020 216pp 9781478011507 £19.99 / $24.95 PB 9781478010432 £79.00 / $94.95 HB DUKE UNIVERSITY PRESS
October 2020 300pp 9780774862431 £20.99 / $35.95 NIP UBC PRESS
Besteman oﬀers a sweeping theorization of the ways in which countries from the global North are reproducing South Africa’s apartheid system on a worldwide scale to control the mobility and labor of people from the global South.
Oﬀers complex and often contrasting perspectives on the Trudeau government’s 1969 Omnibus Bill and its impact on sexual and moral politics in Canada. Excludes SE Asia, Indian SC & ANZ
Principles in Power
Latin America and the Politics of U.S. Human Rights Diplomacy Vanessa Walker
LGBTQ People and Electoral Politics in Canada Edited by Manon Tremblay
The United States in the World December 2020 360pp 12 b&w hts. 9781501713682 £37.00 / $45.00 HB CORNELL UNIVERSITY PRESS
August 2020 372pp 4 charts, 21 tables 9780774861823 £22.99 / $37.95 NIP UBC PRESS
Queering Representation explores long-ignored Explores the relationship between policymakers issues relating to LGBTQ voters and politicians in and non-government advocates in Latin America Canada. and the US government in order to explain the Excludes SE Asia, Indian SC & ANZ rise of anti-interventionist human rights policies uniquely critical of US power during the Cold War.
Refugee Law after 9/11
Sanctuary and Security in Canada and the United States Obiora Chinedu Okafor
New Cultures of Violence Edited by Rebecca A. Adelman & David Kieran
September 2020 362pp 9780774861472 £22.99 / $37.95 NIP UBC PRESS
October 2020 352pp 12 b&w illus. 9781517907488 £23.99 / $30.00 PB 9781517907471 £99.00 / $120.00 HB UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA PRESS
The ﬁrst major study to compare changes made to Canadian and US refugee law after and because of 9/11, Refugee Law after 9/11 uncovers crucial connections among refugee law, security relativism, and national self-image. Excludes SE Asia, Indian SC & ANZ
Considers how people have confronted, challenged, and resisted remote warfare. Remote Warfare interrogates the cultural and political dimensions of distant warfare and examines how various stakeholders have responded to the reality of state-sponsored remote violence. Excludes Japan & ANZ
From Nixon to Reagan Donald T. Critchlow
From Petro-Nationalism to Post-Extractivism in Ecuador Thea Riofrancos
Haney Foundation Series October 2020 220pp 9780812224719 £14.99 / $19.95 NIP UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA PRESS
Radical Américas August 2020 272pp 15 illus. 9781478008484 £20.99 / $26.95 PB 9781478007968 £83.00 / $99.95 HB DUKE UNIVERSITY PRESS
Republican Character examines the role of temperament, personality, character, and leadership ability in political success. Donald T. Critchlow compares the strengths and weaknesses of four key Republicans—Richard Nixon, Nelson Rockefeller, Barry Goldwater, and Ronald Reagan—as well as the uneasy alliances that arose between them.
Explores the politics of extraction, energy, and infrastructure in contemporary Ecuador in order to understand how resource dependency becomes a dilemma for leftist governments and movements alike.
The Character of American Democracy
Politics in Deconstruction Geoffrey Bennington
Preserving Our Past, Protecting Our Future Jill Long Thompson
January 2021 352pp 9780823289936 £26.99 / $35.00 PB 9780823289929 £26.99 / $35.00 HB FORDHAM UNIVERSITY PRESS
September 2020 162pp 9780253050434 £15.99 / $20.00 PB 9780253050427 £66.00 / $80.00 HB INDIANA UNIVERSITY PRESS
This book deconstructs the whole lineage of political philosophy, showing the ways democracy abuts and regularly undermines the sovereignist tradition across a range of texts from the Iliad to contemporary philosophy.
In this uncompromising, absorbing look at our government and society today, Jill Long Thompson persuasively argues that we all have a meaningful role to play in shaping America’s character and future.
The Colonizing Self
The Cuban Hustle
Or, Home and Homelessness in Israel/Palestine Hagar Kotef
Theory in Forms December 2020 304pp 21 illus. 9781478011330 £21.99 / $27.95 PB 9781478010289 £84.00 / $104.95 HB DUKE UNIVERSITY PRESS
Explores the cultural, political, spatial, and theoretical mechanisms that enable people and nations to settle on the ruins of other people’s homes, showing how settler-colonial violence becomes inseparable from one’s sense of self.
Culture, Politics, Everyday Life Sujatha Fernandes October 2020 192pp 21 illus. 9781478009641 £19.99 / $24.95 PB 9781478008705 £79.00 / $94.95 HB DUKE UNIVERSITY PRESS
In essays addressing topics ranging from cinema, feminism, and art to hip hop, urban slums, and digital technology, Sujatha Fernandes explores the multitudinous ways ordinary Cubans have sought to hustle, survive, and create expressive cultures in the aftermath of the Soviet Union’s collapse.
The Cult of the Constitution
The Dangers of Poetry
Culture, Politics, and Revolution in Iraq Kevin M. Jones
Mary Anne Franks
September 2020 272pp 9781503614987 £15.99 / $20.00 PB STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
September 2020 320pp 9781503613393 £58.00 / $70.00 HB STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
In this controversial and provocative book, Mary Anne Franks examines the thin line between constitutional ﬁdelity and constitutional fundamentalism. The Cult of the Constitution reveals how deep fundamentalist strains in both conservative and liberal American thought keep the Constitution in the service of white male supremacy.
The Dangers of Poetry is the ﬁrst book to narrate the social history of poetry in the modern Middle East. Moving beyond the analysis of poems as literary and intellectual texts, Kevin M. Jones shows how poems functioned as social acts that critically shaped the cultural politics of revolutionary Iraq.
The Edge of Knowing
The Justice Dilemma
Dreams, History, and Realism in Modern Chinese Literature Roy Bing Chan
Leaders and Exile in an Era of Accountability Daniel Krcmaric
July 2020 233pp 9780295748115 £22.99 / $30.00 PB UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON PRESS
Cornell Studies in Security Aﬀairs September 2020 240pp 5 charts 9781501750212 £33.00 / $39.95 HB CORNELL UNIVERSITY PRESS
Realism and the rhetoric of dreams intersected in modern Chinese literature from the May Fourth Era in the early twentieth century through the period following the end of the Cultural Revolution in 1976. This book shows how writers’ attention to dreams demonstrates the multiple inﬂuences of Western psychology and utopian desire for revolutionary change.
Marshals statistical evidence on patterns of exile, civil war duration, and mass atrocity onset. Reconstructs the decision-making processes of embattled leaders to show how contemporary international justice both deters atrocities and prolongs conﬂicts.
The National Frame
The Misunderstood History of Gentrification
Art and State Violence in Turkey and Germany Banu Karaca
People, Planning, Preservation, and Urban Renewal, 1915-2020
February 2021 288pp 9780823290215 £26.99 / $35.00 PB 9780823290208 £100.00/ $125.00 HB FORDHAM UNIVERSITY PRESS
Dennis E. Gale
Urban Life, Landscape and Policy February 2021 250pp 9781439920435 £24.99 / $32.95 PB 9781439920428 £83.00 / $104.50 HB TEMPLE UNIVERSITY PRESS
Based on long-term ethnographic research in the art worlds of Istanbul and Berlin, The National Frame rethinks the politics of art by focusing on the role of art in state governance.
This book provides a recontextualization of American gentriﬁcation, planning, and policymaking. Excludes Asia Pacific
The Nuclear North
The Practice of Human Development and Dignity
Histories of Canada in the Atomic Age Edited by Susan Colbourn & Timothy Andrews Sayle
Edited by Paolo G. Carozza & Clemens Sedmak
The C.D. Howe Series in Canadian Political History October 2020 240pp 1 table 9780774863971 £60.00 / $89.95 HB UBC PRESS
Kellogg Institute Series on Democracy and Development
October 2020 340pp 9780268108694 £50.00 / $60.00 HB UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME PRESS
Since the ﬁrst atomic weapon was detonated in 1945, Canadians have debated their country’s role in a nuclear world. This book investigates questions in these ongoing debates. Excludes SE Asia, Indian SC & ANZ
This volume considers the meaning of human dignity inductively in light of development practice, rather than simply providing a theory or philosophy of human dignity in the abstract.
The Priority of the Person
The Subject of Human Rights Edited by Danielle Celermajer & Alexandre Lefebvre
Political, Philosophical, and Historical Discoveries David Walsh
The Beginning and the Beyond of Politics
Stanford Studies in Human Rights September 2020 344pp 9781503613713 £23.99 / $30.00 PB 9781503613195 £74.00 / $90.00 HB STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
August 2020 384pp 9780268107383 £32.00 / $39.00 PB 9780268107376 £103.00 / $125.00 HB UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME PRESS
The Subject of Human Rights is the ﬁrst book to Walsh advances his argument that “person” is the systematically address the “human” part of central category of modern political thought and “human rights.” philosophy.
Toward a Feminist Ethics of Nonviolence
Tyranny of Greed
Trump, Corruption, and the Revolution to Come Timothy K. Kuhner
Adriana Cavarero, Judith Butler & Bonnie Honig Edited by Timothy J. Huzar & Clare Woodford
July 2020 144pp 9781503608504 £10.99 / $14.00 PB STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
January 2021 192pp 9780823290093 £18.99 / $25.00 PB 9780823290086 £72.00 / $90.00 HB FORDHAM UNIVERSITY PRESS
Democracy is being destroyed by an ancient evil, and modernity is in denial. In the Tyranny of Greed, Timothy K. Kuhner reveals the United States to be a government by and for Toward a Feminist Ethics of Nonviolence brings the wealthy, with Trump—the spirit of inﬁnite together major feminist thinkers to debate Cavarero’s call for a postural ethics of nonviolence greed—at its helm. and a sociality rooted in bodily interdependence.
George M. Houser and the Struggle for Peace and Freedom on Two Continents Sheila D. Collins
Projecting Solidarity through Deliberation in Vietnam’s Single-Party Legislature Paul Schuler
December 2020 392pp 9780821424247 £40.00 / $50.00 HB OHIO UNIVERSITY PRESS
Studies of the Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Paciﬁc Research Center January 2021 264pp 9781503614741 £21.99 / $28.00 PB 9781503614628 £74.00 / $90.00 HB STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
George M. Houser’s moral integrity and inﬂuential advocacy for nonviolent protest helped shape the American Civil Rights Movement, anticolonial independence victories across Africa, and Paul Schuler examines the past and present functioning of the Vietnam National Assembly the overthrow of the South African apartheid (VNA), arguing that the legislature's primary role regime. is to signal strength to the public.
Village Gone Viral
Voting in Indian Country
Understanding the Spread of Policy Models in a Digital Age Marit Tolo Østebø
The View from the Trenches Jean Reith Schroedel
Anthropology of Policy February 2021 264pp 9781503614529 £21.99 / $28.00 PB 9781503614512 £77.00 / $90.00 HB STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
October 2020 312pp 7 tables 9780812252514 £32.00 / $39.95 HB UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA PRESS
Voting in Indian Country uses conﬂicts over voting rights to understand the In 2001, Ethiopian Television aired a documentary centuries-long ﬁght for Native self-determination, about a rural village which challenged images of using ethnographic data and weaving together Ethiopia as gender-conservative and aidhistory, politics, and law to provide a robust view dependent. This book uses this to consider the of this often-ignored struggle for social justice. circulation and use of modeling practices in a transnational and digital policy world.
War and Genocide in South Sudan
Party Discipline in Canada Alex Marland
February 2021 336pp 6 b&w hts., 1 b&w line drawing, 3 maps 9781501753008 £15.99 / $19.95 PB CORNELL UNIVERSITY PRESS
Traces the rise of a predatory state during civil war in southern Sudan and its transformation into a violent Dinka ethnocracy after the region’s formal independence. That new state, Pinaud argues, waged genocide against non-Dinka civilians in 2013-2017.
Communication, Strategy, and Politics September 2020 370pp 6 colour photos, 1 chart, 8 tables, 11 text boxes 9780774864961 £26.99 / $39.95 HB
Whipped examines the hidden ways that political parties exert control over elected members of Canadian legislatures. Excludes SE Asia, Indian SC & ANZ
Women as War Criminals
The Politics of Law in the European Union Tanja A. Börzel
February 2021 306pp 2 b&w line drawings, 22 charts 9781501753398 £15.99 / $19.95 PB CORNELL UNIVERSITY PRESS
Traces the history of noncompliance within the European Union (EU), focusing on which states continuously do or do not follow EU Law, why, and how that aﬀects the governance in the EU and beyond.
Gender, Agency, and Justice Jessica Trisko Darden & Izabela Steflja
September 2020 128pp 9781503613430 £10.99 / $14.00 PB STANFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
Argues that women are as capable as men of committing war crimes and crimes against humanity. Highlights the gendered dynamics of law, demonstrating that women are adept at using gender instrumentally to ﬁght for better conditions when war ends.
Women’s Perspectives on Human Security
Violence, Environment, and Sustainability Edited by Richard Matthew, Patricia A. Weitsman, Gunhild Hoogensen Gjørv, Nora Davis & Tera Dornfeld
Series in Human Security December 2020 320pp 9780821424278 £64.00 / $80.00 HB OHIO UNIVERSITY PRESS
Examines women’s security threats stemming from conﬂict, environmental policy, and economic limitations.
World Literature for the Wretched of the Earth
Anticolonial Aesthetics, Postcolonial Politics J. Daniel Elam
December 2020 208pp 9780823289806 £20.99 / $28.00 PB 9780823289790 £76.00 / $95.00 HB FORDHAM UNIVERSITY PRESS
Foregrounds anticolonial theories of reading to reveal an alternative strain of anticolonialism committed not to the forms of authority that facilitate political recognition, but to inexpertise and inconsequence.
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