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HIGHLIGHTS POCAHONTAS AND THE ENGLISH BOYS

Caught between Cultures in Early Virginia

K aren O. Kupperman

“This stunningly original book puts us in the shoes and moccasins of bilingual and bicultural adolescents and shows us a whole new world.” –Kathleen DuVal, University of North Carolina $24.95 • 240 Pages • Cloth 978-1-4798-2582-0 • March 2019 RELATION OF VIRGINIA

A Boy’s Memoir of Life with the Powhatans and the Patawomecks

Henry Spelman

Edited with an introduction and notes by

K aren O. Kupperman

A memoir of one of America’s first adventurers, a young boy who acted as a link between the Jamestown colonists and the Patawomecks and Powhatans $14.95 • 96 Pages • Cloth • 978-1-4798-3519-5 • March 2019 ANTIRACISM

An Introduction

Alex Zamalin

“Drawing impressively on cultural as well as political sources, it reminds readers of the centrality of struggles against structural inequalities, not just against ugly racist opinions, to initiatives for racial justice.”—David Roediger, author of Seizing Freedom $19.95 • 224 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-2263-8 • March 2019 KILLING WITH PREJUDICE

Institutionalized Racism in American Capital Punishment

R.J. Maratea

“Documents the fact that the imposition of the death penalty was and continues to be racially biased.” —Gennaro F. Vito, University of Louisville $26.00 • 224 Pages • Cloth 978-1-4798-8860-3

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SIGNATURE WOUNDS

The Untold Story of the Military’s Mental Health Crisis

David Kieran

The surprising story of the Army’s efforts to combat PTSD and traumatic brain injury $35.00 • 404 Pages • Cloth 978-1-4798-9236-5 • April 2019

CONFORMITY

The Power of Social Influences

Cass R. Sunstein

“A much needed work that offers a fascinating, analytical explanation of what keeps us from thinking outside the box.” —Julian Zelizer, Princeton University $19.95 • 176 Pages • Cloth 978-1-4798-6783-7 • May 2019

UPENDING THE IVORY TOWER

Civil Rights, Black Power, and the Ivy League

Stefan M. Bradley

“An important and necessary history of black student activism in higher education.” —Derrick W. White, Dartmouth College $35.00 • 480 Pages • Cloth 978-1-4798-7399-9

EVERYDAY CRIMES

Violence and Civil Rights in Early America

Kelly A. Ryan

The narratives of slaves, wives, and servants who resisted social and domestic violence in the nineteenth century $39.00 • 400 Pages • Cloth 978-1-479- 6961-9 August 2019

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NYCHIGHLIGHTS ACTIVIST NEW YORK

A History of People, Protest, and Politics

Steven H. Jaffe Foreword by Eric Foner

“Steven H. Jaffe incontrovertibly establishes New York as ‘the capital city of social activism’ by recounting a litany of provocative flash points” —New York Times $40.00 • 304 Pages • Cloth • 978-1-4798-0460-3 THE LANDMARKS OF NEW YORK

An Illustrated, Comprehensive Record of New York City’s Historic Buildings, Sixth Edition

Barbaralee Diamonstein-Spielvogel

“To read this book from cover to cover is to reread the past 400 years of New York history.…Highly recommended.” —Library Journal $75.00 • 912 Pages • Cloth • 978-1-4798-8301-1 THE TAMING OF NEW YORK’S WASHINGTON SQUARE

A Wild Civility

Erich Goode

“Goode displays how democratic values and complex accommodation can live through daily interaction.” —Harvey Molotch, author of Against Security $30.00 • 336 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-9821-3

SUGAR, CIGARS, AND REVOLUTION

The Making of Cuban New York

Lisandro Pérez

“Brings into focus the outstanding political, economic and cultural significance of this presence in the history of the city as well as in Cuban history.” —Oscar Zanetti, Universidad de La Habana $35.00 • 400 Pages • Cloth • 978-0-8147-6727-6 WHAT WOULD MRS. ASTOR DO?

The Essential Guide to the Manners and Mores of the Gilded Age

Cecelia Tichi

“Tichi delivers a crisp survey of New York’s upper-class world in the late 19th century, using society maven Caroline Astor as the guide.” — Publishers Weekly $24.95 • 352 Pages • Cloth • 978-1-4798-2685-8 GILDED SUFFRAGISTS

The New York Socialites who Fought for Women’s Right to Vote

Johanna Neuman

“Reminds us of the enormous mobilizations that women of all classes engaged in to build one of the most consequential social movements in American history.” — Sven Beckert, author of Monied Metropolis $16.95 • 240 Pages • Paper • 978-1-4798-0662-1

TIMES SQUARE RED, TIMES SQUARE BLUE

THE STONEWALL RIOTS

Samuel R. Delany

The most important moment in LGBTQ history— depicted by the people who influenced, recorded, and reacted to it. $35.00 • 352 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-1685-9 • May 2019

20th Anniversary Edition With a new foreword by

Robert F. Reid-Pharr

Questions the 1985 gentrification of the Times Square “renovation” and urges us to remember that America’s melting pot is a “community of contact” $25.00 • 240 Pages • Paper • 978-1-4798-2777-0 • June 2019 In the Sexual Cultures series

A Documentary History

Marc Stein

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EARLY AMERICAN PLACES

Early American Places focuses on the history of North America from contact to the Mexican War, locating historical developments in the specific places where they occurred and were contested. The collaborating presses’ responsibilities are divided geographically. NYU Press covers the Northeastern and Middle Atlantic colonies, and French and British Canada

SELLING THE SIGHTS

The Invention of the Tourist in American Culture

Will B. Mackintosh

A fascinating journey through the origins of American tourism $35.00 • 272 Pages • Cloth 978-1-4798-8937-2

INN CIVILITY

Urban Taverns and Early American Civil Society

Vaughn Scribner

Examines the critical role of urban taverns in the social and political life of colonial and revolutionary America $35.00 • 304 Pages • Cloth 978-1-4798-6492-8 • April 2019

DARK WORK

The Business of Slavery in Rhode Island

Christy Clark-Pujara

“A valuable addition to the historiography that now assumes the centrality of slavery in the North and the compatibility therein of capitalism and slavery.” —Historian $22.00 • 224 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-5563-6

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VAGRANTS AND VAGABONDS

Poverty and Mobility in the Early American Republic

Kristin O’Brassill-Kulfan

“Reminds us that mobility helped to entrench inequality in the United States as much as it enabled American dreams.”—Brian Luskey, author of On the Make $35.00 • 280 Pages • Cloth 978-1-4798-4525-5

PROPERTIES OF EMPIRE

Indians, Colonists, and Land Speculators on the New England Frontier

Ian Saxine

A fascinating history of a contested frontier, where struggles over landownership brought Native Americans and English colonists together in surprising ways to preserve Indigenous territory. $35.00 • 320 Pages • Cloth • 978-1-4798-3212-5 • April 2019

UNFREEDOM

Slavery and Dependence in Eighteenth-Century Boston

Jared R. Hardesty

“The most significant contribution to slavery studies in New England since the publication of Joanne Pope Melish’s seminal Disowning Slavery in 1998.” —Harvey Amani Whitfield, University of Vermont $22.00 • 272 Pages • Paper • 978-1-4798-0184-8 www . nyupress . org


AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY THE STRANGE CAREERS OF THE JIM CROW NORTH

Segregation and Struggle outside of the South Edited by Brian Purnell and Jeanne Theoharis with Komozi Woodard Did American racism originate in the liberal North? An inquiry into the system of institutionalized racism created by Northern Jim Crow $30.00 • 352 Pages • Paper • 978-1-4798-2033-7 April 2019

PRESUMED CRIMINAL

Black Youth and the Justice System in Postwar New York

Carl Suddler

A startling examination of the deliberate criminalization of black youths from the 1930s to today $45.00 • 256 Pages • Cloth 978-1-4798-4762-4 • July 2019

FIGHT THE POWER

HANDS UP, DON’T SHOOT

Clarence Taylor

Jennifer E. Cobbina

African Americans and the Long History of Police Brutality in New York City “Taylor provides an essential history of the now, showing how current struggles for racial justice have emerged out of a long history of police abuse, protest, and inadequate reforms.” —Alex Vitale author of The End of Policing $35.00 • 336 Pages • Cloth • 978-1-4798-6245-0 JUST MEDICINE

Why the Protests in Ferguson and Baltimore Matter, and How They Changed America

Understanding the explosive protests over police killings and the legacy of racism $25.00 • 288 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-7441-5 • July 2019

FACING THE RISING SUN

A Cure for Racial Inequality in American Health Care

African Americans, Japan, and the Rise of Afro-Asian Solidarity

“A remarkably ambitious and provocative book on the ways that implicit bias exacerbates racial disparities in health.” —Osagie K. Obasogie, UC Hastings $18.00 • 288 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-5162-1

“Gerald Horne has produced a brilliant book that provides a powerful model for writing about transnational African American history, global white supremacy, and AfroAsian solidarities.” —Erik S. McDuffie , author of Sojourning for Freedom $30.00 • 240 pages • Cloth • 978-1-4798-4859-1

Dayna B. Matthew

FEARING THE BLACK BODY

The Racial Origins of Fat Phobia

Sabrina Strings

“This exploration of the racialized roots of antifat, pro-thin bias should figure prominently in any academic, medical, political, or popular discussion of the contemporary American ‘Obesity Epidemic.’” — Natalie Boero, author of Killer Fat $28.00 • 304 Pages • Paper • 978-1-4798-8675-3 May 2019

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PHILLIS WHEATLEY CHOOSES FREEDOM

History, Poetry, and the Ideals of the American Revolution

G.J. Barker-Benfield

“A study of major importance for anyone interested in the history of Anglo-American sensibility, the emergence of anti-slavery sentiment and the remarkable networks of Africans scattered throughout the slave diaspora.” —James Walvin University of York $39.00 • 240 Pages • Cloth • 978-1-4798-7925-0 use the code HIST19 to save

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JEWISH HISTORY MAKING JUDAISM SAFE FOR AMERICA

World War I and the Origins of Religious Pluralism

Jessica Cooperman

A RICH BREW

How Cafés Created Modern Jewish Culture

Shachar M. Pinsker

“Providing apt discussions “Highlights the important of many long-forgotten role of the National Jewish or unknown texts and Welfare Board, and shows a generous sampling of how ideas about pluralism photographs of the sundry shaped both Judaism and cafes, [this book] should be American religion generally of considerable interest both during the tumultuous World for historians and students of War I era.” modern Jewish literature.” — Jonathan D. Sarna, author of American Judaism —Robert Alter, University of California, Berkeley $39.00 • 224 Pages • Cloth • 978-1-4798-8500-8 $35.00 • 384 Pages • Cloth • 978-1-4798-2789-3 POSTCARDS FROM AUSCHWITZ

Holocaust Tourism and the Meaning of Remembrance

Daniel P. Reynolds

“A real eye-opener and should be read by anyone with an interest in contemporary Holocaust memory.” —Carolyn J. Dean, Yale University $35.00 • 336 Pages • Cloth 978-1-4798-6043-2 Winner of the 2015 National Jewish Book Award in Education and Jewish Identity from the Jewish Book Council PASTRAMI ON RYE

An Overstuffed History of the Jewish Deli

Ted Merwin

“[An] affable dive into the culture and history of the Jewish deli.”—New York Times Book Review $16.95 • 256 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-7255-8

JEWISH RADICAL FEMINISM

Voices from the Women’s Liberation Movement

Joyce Antler

“It’s a remarkable synthesis of landmark moments in late20th Century Jewish feminism and an important contribution to the history of women.” —Letty Cottin Pogrebin, cofounder of Ms. Magazine $35.00 • 464 Pages • Cloth • 978-0-8147-0763-0 In the Goldstein-Goren Series in American Jewish History Finalist, Celebrate 350 Award in American Jewish Studies HOLLYWOOD’S SPIES

The Undercover Surveillance of Nazis in Los Angeles

L aura B. Rosenzweig

“Documents the work of the Los Angeles Jewish Community Committee in infiltrating and combating Nazi groups in Los Angeles between 1934 and 1941.” —Publishers Weekly $29.95 • 320 Pages • Cloth 978-1-4798-5517-9 In the Goldstein-Goren Series in American Jewish History

A ROSENBERG BY ANY OTHER NAME

A History of Jewish Name Changing in America

Kirsten Fermaglich

“Fermaglich offers us new appreciation for the levels of complexity that Jewish identity was forced to take on in post-war America.” — Deborah Dash Moore, author of Jewish New York $28.00 • 256 Pages • Cloth • 978-1-4798-6720-2 In the Goldstein-Goren Series in American Jewish History

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RELIGION CATHOLIC SOCIAL ACTIVISM

Progressive Movements in the United States

Winner of the 2018 Award for Excellence in the Study of Religion in Textual Studies, presented by the American Academy of Religion LANGSTON’S SALVATION

American Religion and the Bard of Harlem

Sharon Erickson Nepstad

A history of how progressive Catholics apply their faith to social causes August 2019 $30.00 • 224 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-7922-9 August 2019

Winner of the 2017 Albert J. Raboteau Book Prize for the Best Book in Africana Religions

Wallace D. Best

“Best weaves together the varied and often controversial strands of Hughes’s life in order to paint a more complete picture of a nonconformist and his modern relationship with religion.” —Publishers Weekly $35.00 • 320 Pages • Cloth • 978-1-4798-3489-1

NEW WORLD A-COMING

WANAMAKER’S TEMPLE

Black Religion and Racial Identity during the Great Migration

The Business of Religion in an Iconic Department Store

Nicole C. Kirk

Judith Weisenfeld

“Kirk persuasively shows that Wanamaker’s Christian faith and business acumen informed one another within his own life and work.” —Publishers Weekly $35.00 • 288 Pages • Cloth 978-1-4798-3593-5

“Weisenfeld’s wideranging study is eloquent yet succinct, perfect for academics and general readers alike.” —Publisher’s Weekly $35.00 • 368 Pages • Cloth 978-1-4798-8880-1

LIBRARY OF ARABIC LITERATURE WAR SONGS ‘Antarah ibn Shaddad

James E. Montgomery with Richard Sieburth Foreword by Peter Cole

THE LIFE AND TIMES OF ABU TAMMAM Abu Bakr al-Suli Translated by Beatrice Gruendler Foreword by Terence Cave

$40.00 • 438 Pages • Cloth 978-1-4798-8090-4

$15.00 • 296 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-6802-5

Edited and Translated by

Poems of love and battle by Arabia’s legendary warrior

ARABIAN ROMANTIC

Poems on Bedouin Life and Love

A robust defense of a poetic genius

IN DARFUR

Edited and Translated by

An Account of the Sultanate and Its People, Volumes One and Two

Love poems from late 19th-century Arabia

Humphrey Davies

‘Abdallah

ibn

Sbayyil

Marcel Kurpershoek

$35.00 • 256 Pages • Cloth 978-1-4798-3766-3

Muhammad al-Tunisi

Edited and Translated by

Introduction by R.S. O’Fahey A merchant’s account of his travels through an independent African state

Volume 1: $40.00 • 320 Pages • Cloth • 978-1-4798-7638-9 Volume 2: $40.00 • 400 Pages • Cloth • 978-1-4798-6794-4

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LAW MAKING HABEAS WORK

A Legal History

TROUBLEMAKERS

Eric M. Freedman

Students’ Rights and Racial Justice in the Long 1960s

A reconsideration of the writ of habeas corpus that casts new light on a range of current issues $45.00 • 208 Pages • Cloth 978-1-4798-7097-4

A powerful history of student protests and student rights during the desegregation era $45.00 • 288 Pages • Cloth 978-1-4798-7513-9 • July 2019

EXONERATED

A History of the Innocence Movement

Robert J. Norris

“[An] informative overview of the development of the innocence movement...A useful contribution to an important national conversation about crime and punishment.” —Kirkus Reviews $24.00 • 304 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-2199-0 AFTER MARRIAGE EQUALITY

The Future of LGBT Rights Edited by C arlos A. Ball “Asks important and timely questions about the future of the LGBT movement and addresses them with analytical rigor and insight.” — Craig Rimmerman, Hobart and William Smith Colleges $30.00 • 368 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-0037-7

RELIGION, LAW, USA

Edited by Joshua Dubler and Isaac Weiner Offers insight into the complex relationship between religion and law in contemporary America $35.00 • 336 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-9139-9 • July 2019 In the North American Religions series

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LOVING JUSTICE

Blackstone’s Commentaries, Legal Emotions, and AngloAmerican Conceptions of Justice

K athryn D. Temple

A history of legal emotions in William Blackstone’s England and their relationship to justice $45.00 • 280 Pages • Cloth 978-1-4798-9527-4 • June 2019

JUSTICE IN A NEW WORLD

Negotiating Legal Intelligibility in British, Iberian, and Indigenous America Edited by Brian P. Owensby and Richard J. Ross “Essential reading for anyone interested in colonial or legal history.” —Stuart Banner, author of How the Indians Lost Their Land $30.00 • 352 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-0724-6 THE EVOLUTION OF THE JUVENILE COURT

Race, Politics, and the Criminalizing of Juvenile Justice

Barry C. Feld

A major statement on the juvenile justice system by one of America’s leading experts $25.00 • 392 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-9569-4 In the Youth, Crime, and Justice series www . nyupress . org


GREAT FOR COURSES THE PRESIDENTS AND THE CONSTITUTION

A Living History

Ken Gormley

“Everything you ever wanted to know about the Supreme Court and the Presidency but were afraid to ask.” —Nina Totenberg, correspondent for NPR $45.00 • 672 Pages • Cloth 978-1-4798-3990-2

MANIFEST DESTINIES, SECOND EDITION

The Making of the Mexican American Race

L aura E. Gómez

“Dramatizes both the peculiarities of the New Mexican case and its deep importance to understanding the nation’s racial history.” —David Roediger, author of How Race Survived U.S. History $26.00 • 320 Pages • Paper • 978-1-4798-9428-4 DISSENT

The History of an American Idea

R alph Young

“This history will satisfy fans of Howard Zinn, Pete Seeger, and Allen Ginsberg.” —Library Journal “[An] expansive and... impressive account...[Young] excels in story-telling mode.” —Popmatters $25.00 • 640 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-1983-6

ACCESSIBLE AMERICA

A History of Disability and Design

Bess Williamson

A history of design that is often overlooked—until we need it $30.00 • 304 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-9409-3 In the Crip Series

REVOLUTIONS IN THE ATLANTIC WORLD, NEW EDITION

A Comparative History

Wim Klooster

“This book breaks away from euro-centric narratives and beautifully weaves together vast and the complex intellectual, political, and social revolutions that transformed the Atlantic World.” —Fabricio Prado, College of William and Mary $26.00 • 272 Pages • Paper • 978-1-4798-5717-3 SLAVERY’S EXILES

The Story of the American Maroons

Sylviane A. Diouf

“Diouf extends the range by demonstrating the ubiquity of marronage in virtually every southern state. It should be required reading for any scholar of North American slavery.” —Journal of American Studies $75.00 • 403 Pages • Cloth 978-0-8147-2437-8 CRUISING UTOPIA, 10TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION

The Then and There of Queer Futurity

José E. Muñoz

With a new foreword by

Joshua Chambers-Letson, Tavia Nyong’o and Ann Pellegrini A 10th anniversary edition of this field defining work—an intellectual inspiration for a generation of LGBTQ scholars $25.00 • 280 Pages • Paper • 978-1-4798-7456-9 April 2019 • In the Sexual Cultures series THE DEFIANT

Protest Movements in PostLiberal America

Dawson Barrett

“A valuable contribution to the urgent task of mapping and assessing the fragmented post-1960s American Left.” —Andrew Cornell, author of Unruly Equality $24.95 • 224 Pages • Cloth 978-1-4798-0865-6 use the code HIST19 to save

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GENDER FIRST LADIES OF THE REPUBLIC

BROWN BEAUTY

Color, Sex, and Race from the Harlem Renaissance to World War II

Martha Washington, Abigail Adams, Dolley Madison, and the Creation of an Iconic American Role

L aila Haidarali

“Brown Beauty introduces us to the tension of identity and beauty through concepts of advertising during a crucial period of the 20th century. ” —Deborah Willis, New York University $35.00 • 368 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-0208-1

Jeanne E. Abrams

“The book is a commendable addition to our understanding of both a period in American history and a very visible part of our political system.” —Betty Boyd Caroli, author of Lady Bird and Lyndon $28.95 • 328 Pages • Cloth • 978-1-4798-8653-1 PREGNANCY AND POWER, REVISED EDITION

HER OWN HERO

A Short History of Reproductive Politics in the United States

Rickie Solinger

A sweeping chronicle of women’s battles for reproductive freedom $27.00 • 336 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-6650-2 • July 2019

The Origins of the Women’s Self Defense Movement

Wendy L. Rouse

“Insightfully reconstructs the strategies that women’s selfdefense employed to counter assertions that self-reliant women were masculine and deviant. A terrific, influential book!” —Jeffrey S. Adler, author of First in Violence, Deepest in Dirt $35.00 • 288 Pages • Cloth • 978-1-4798-2853-1

Winner, 2018 U.S. History PROSE Award TRUE SEX

The Lives of Trans Men at the Turn of the Twentieth Century

Emily Skidmore

“A fascinating, humanizing look into the lives of trans men at the turn of the 20th century.”—Library Journal $27.00 • 272 Pages • Cloth 978-1-4798-7063-9

STORIES FROM TRAILBLAZING WOMEN LAWYERS

Lives in the Law

Jill Norgren

The captivating story of how a diverse group of women, including Janet Reno and Ruth Bader Ginsburg, broke the glass ceiling and changed the modern legal profession $30.00 • 304 Pages • Cloth 978-1-4798-6596-3

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MONTHLY REVIEW PRESS JAZZ AND JUSTICE

THE COMING OF THE AMERICAN BEHEMOTH

Racism and the Political Economy of the Music

The Origins of Fascism in the United States, 1920 -1940

Gerald Horne

Michael Roberto

“A devastating picture of what has been termed ‘cockroach capitalism’—the jazz business that ruthlessly exploits and degrades [not just] African American musicians.”—Douglas Daniels, author of Lester Leaps In $27.00 • 512 Pages • Paper • 978-1-58367-785-8 • April 2019

A primer to forge muchneeded discourse on the nature of fascism, and its particular forms within the United States $25.00 • 384 Pages • Cloth • 978-1-5836-7731-5

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ONLY PEOPLE MAKE THEIR OWN HISTORY

The Council on Foreign Relations and the Empire of Neoliberal Geopolitics, 1976-2018

Writings on Capitalism, Imperialism, and Revolution Samir Amin, with an Introduction by Aijaz Ahmad A collection of Samir Amin’s ten most influential essays of the 21st century $21.00 • 212 Pages • Paper 978-1-58367-769-8 March 2019

L aurence H. Shoup

“Lucidly written and deeply informed, this book reveals how the super-rich class organizes itself into a consciously directed, ruling plutocracy.”—Michael Parenti, author of Profit Pathology and Other Indecencies $26.00 • 369 Pages • Paper • 978-1-58367-754-4 March 2019

NAVIGATING THE ZEITGEIST

THE LONG REVOLUTION OF THE GLOBAL SOUTH

A Story of the Cold War, the New Left, Irish Republicanism, and International Communism

Toward a New AntiImperialist International

Samir Amin

An ongoing dialogue over several decades with popular movements struggling for a better future. $30.00 • 408 Pages • Paper 978-1-58367-773-5 April 2019

Helena Sheehan

“An uncompromisingly honest and utterly fascinating memoir from the drowned continent that was once western communism.” —Mike Davis, author of City of Quartz and Planet of Slums $25.00 • 384 Pages • Paper • 978-1-5836-7727-8

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The Land Remains Indigenous

Sheldon Krasowski

“[A] very important, fresh, and valuable work. —Sarah Carter, author of Imperial Plots $22.95 • 368 Pages • Paper • 978-0-8897-7596-1 February 2019

CLEARING THE PLAINS, NEW EDITION

Disease, Politics of Starvation, and the Loss of Indigenous Life

James Daschuk

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