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Table of Contents By Author Andreasen, Looking for Lincoln in Illinois: Lincoln and Mormon Country. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Brown, USA-1000.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Coutley, Errata. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Faulseit, Beyond Collapse: Archaeological Perspectives on Resilience, Revitalization, and Transformation in Complex Societies. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Hall, Dividing the Union: Jesse Burgess Thomas and the Making of the Missouri Compromise. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Hallenbeck, Claiming the Bicycle: Women, Rhetoric, and Technology in Nineteenth-Century America.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Hasegawa, Villainous Compounds: Chemical Weapons and the American Civil War.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 Horner, Rewriting Composition: Terms of Exchange. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Hubbard, Lincoln, the Law, and Presidential Leadership. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Kimble, A New Deal for Bronzeville: Housing, Employment, and Civil Rights in Black Chicago, 1935–1955. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 MacDonald, Lives of Fort de Chartres: Commandants, Soldiers, and Civilians in French Illinois, 1720–1770. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Miller, The Selected Writings of John Witherspoon. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Mortenson, Ambiguous Borderlands: Shadow Imagery in Cold War American Culture.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Murphy and Wiese, Quintilian on the Teaching of Speaking and Writing: Translations from Books One, Two, and Ten of the Institutio oratoria, Second Edition. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15 Rosenthal and Eckhardt, Writing, Directing, and Producing Documentary Films and Digital Videos , Fifth Edition. . . . . . . . 13 Sieracki, A Just Cause: The Impeachment and Removal of Governor Rod Blagojevich. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 Silverman, Lincoln and the Immigrant. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Stubbs, Federico Fellini as Auteur: Seven Aspects of His Films.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Vey, Childhood and Nineteenth-Century American Theatre: The Work of the Marsh Troupe of Juvenile Actors. . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Walker, The Maverick and the Machine: Governor Dan Walker Tells His Story.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Weaks-Baxter et al., We Are a College at War: Women Working for Victory in World War II. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Wood, Praising Girls: The Rhetoric of Young Women, 1895–1930.. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Woodworth and Grear, The Tennessee Campaign of 1864. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

By Subject American History.............................................. 11,16 Archaeology........................................................... 12 Civil War............................................................... 1, 2

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Guy R. Hasegawa The surprising history of chemical agents in the Civil War Most studies of modern chemical war-

armaments employed in future wars.

fare begin with World War I and the

As he explains, bureaucrats in the war

widespread use of poison gas by both

departments of both armies either de-

sides in the conflict. However, as Guy

layed or rejected outright most of these

R. Hasegawa reveals in this fascinating

unusual weapons, viewing them as un-

study, numerous chemical agents were

needed or unworkable. Nevertheless,

proposed during the Civil War era. As

many of the proposed armaments pre-

combat commenced, Hasegawa shows,

saged the widespread use of chemical

a few forward-thinking chemists recog-

weapons in the twentieth and twenty-first

nized the advantages of weaponizing the

centuries. Especially timely with today’s

noxious, sometimes deadly aspects of

increased chemical threats from ter-

certain chemical concoctions. They and

rorists and the alleged use of chemical

numerous ordinary citizens proposed a

agents in the Syrian Civil War, Villainous

host of chemical weapons, from liquid

Compounds: Chemical Weapons and the

chlorine in artillery shells to cayenne pep-

American Civil War expands the history

per solution sprayed from fire engines.

of chemical warfare and exposes a dis-

In chilling detail, Hasegawa describes

turbing new facet of the Civil War.

the potential weapons, the people behind the concepts, and the evolution of some chemical weapon concepts into October $29.50sp* Cloth 978-0-8093-3430-8 200 pages, 6 x 9, 30 illustrations

Guy R. Hasegawa, a pharmacist, is a senior editor of the American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy. He is the author of Mending Broken Soldiers: The Union and Confederate Programs to Supply Artificial Limbs and the coeditor of Years of Change and Suffering: Modern Perspectives on Civil War Medicine.

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Mending Broken Soldiers: The Union and Confederate Programs to Supply Artificial Limbs Guy R. Hasegawa $24.95t Cloth 978-0-8093-3130-7 160 pages, 6 x 9, 22 illustrations

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unded soldiers from of Congress (call no.

Chemical Weapons and the American Civil War

battlefield medicine : A History of the Military Ambulance from the Napoleonic Wars through World War I

istorical Review

Villainous Compounds


nd authoritative gon, it includes ians of warfare, both innovative




A History of the Military Ambulance from the Napoleonic Wars through World War I


John S. Haller Jr.

Battlefield Medicine: A History of the Military Ambulance from the Napoleonic Wars through World War I

“Guy Hasegawa, a pharmacist and one of the nation’s leading experts on Civil War medicine, has uncovered details of a forgotten chapter in the history of American weapons development. . . . Villainous Compounds is a significant and fresh contribution to the historiography both of the Civil War and of science and technology. Hasegawa’s clear prose and engaging style will appeal to Civil War aficionados with little grounding in chemistry as well as chemists with scant knowledge of the war. Battlefield trampers and armchair historians alike will gain new insights into the scientific and moral underpinnings of America’s earliest attempts at developing weapons of mass destruction.” —Bill J. Gurley, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, College of Pharmacy

John S. Haller Jr. $22.50sp Paper 978-0-8093-3040-9 288 pages, 61/8 x 91/4 , 55 illustrations

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The Tennessee Campaign of 1864 Edited by Steven E. Woodworth and Charles D. Grear Featuring the long-lost diary of Major General Patrick R. Cleburne

January $34.50sp Cloth 978-0-8093-3452-0 296 pages, 6 x 9, 14 illustrations Civil War Campaigns in the Heartland

Few American Civil War operations

fought courageously in the Battle of

matched the controversy, intensity, and

Nashville, and the book explores their

bloodshed of Confederate general John

lasting impact on the African American

Bell Hood’s ill-fated 1864 campaign

community. The volume includes the

against Union forces in Tennessee. In

transcript of Confederate major general

the first-ever anthology on the subject,

Patrick R. Cleburne’s revealing lost diary,

The Tennessee Campaign of 1864, edited

which he kept until his death at Franklin,

by Steven E. Woodworth and Charles D.

and provides a rare glimpse of civilian

Grear, fourteen prominent historians and

experiences in Franklin, Nashville, and

emerging scholars examine this opera-

the Trans-Mississippi West. Two essays

tion, covering the battles of Allatoona,

on Civil War battlefield preservation

Spring Hill, and Franklin, as well as the

round out the collection.

decimation of Hood’s army at Nashville.

Covering both military and social

Essays focus on the high casualty

aspects of the campaign, this well-re-

rates among the Army of Tennessee’s

searched volume offers illuminating new

officer corps, the emotional and psycho-

perspectives while furthering long-run-

logical impact of killing on the battlefield,

ning debates on more familiar topics.

and military figures such as generals Ul-

These in-depth essays provide an insid-

ysses S. Grant and George H. Thomas,

er’s view into one of the most brutal and

among others. The U.S. Colored Troops

notorious campaigns in Civil War history.

Steven E. Woodworth is a professor of history at Texas Christian University. He is the author or editor of thirty-one books about the Civil War, including This Great Struggle: America’s Civil War; Nothing but Victory: The Army of the Tennessee, 1861–1865; and Jefferson Davis and His Generals: The Failure of Confederate Command in the West. He is a coeditor of the Civil War Campaigns in the Heartland series.

Charles D. Grear is an associate professor of history at Prairie View A&M University. A specialist on Texas and the Civil War, he is author, coauthor, or editor of six books, including The Chattanooga Campaign, Why Texans Fought in the Civil War, and The House Divided: America in the Era of the Civil War. He is a coeditor of the Civil War Campaigns in the Heartland series.

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CHATTANOOGA Campaign Edited by Steven E. Woodworth and Charles D. Grear

The Shiloh Campaign

The Chickamauga Campaign

The Chattanooga Campaign

Edited by Steven E. Woodworth

Edited by Steven E. Woodworth

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Civil War Campaigns in the Heartland

Civil War Campaigns in the Heartland

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The Vicksburg Campaign, March 29–May 18, 1863 Edited by Steven E. Woodworth and Charles D. Grear $32.50sp Cloth 978-0-8093-3269-4 272 pages, 6 x 9, 22 illustrations

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Lincoln, the Law, and Presidential Leadership Edited by Charles M. Hubbard The influence of law on Lincoln’s presidency From his early years as a small-town

rights during the Civil War. Among the

lawyer through his rise to the presi-

topics addressed are civil liberties during

dency, Abraham Lincoln respected the

wartime; presidential pardons; the loy-

rule of law. Secession and the Civil War,

alty (or treason) of government employ-

however, led him to expand presidential

ees; Lincoln’s political ideology and its

power in ways that often put him at odds

influence on his approach to citizenship;

with the Supreme Court and Congress.

Lincoln’s defense of the Constitution,

In this incisive essay collection, recog-

the Union, and popular government;

nized scholars from a variety of academic

constitutional restraints on Lincoln as

disciplines—including history, political

he dealt with slavery and emancipation;

science, legal studies, and journalism—

and how Lincoln’s image has been used

explore Lincoln’s actions as president

in presidential rhetoric. Although varied

and identify within his decision-making

in their strategies and methodologies,

process his commitment to law and or-

these essays expand our understanding

der and the principles of the Constitution.

of Lincoln’s vision for a united nation

In so doing, they demonstrate how war-

grounded in the Constitution. Together,

time pressures and problems required

they provide an illuminating examination

Lincoln to confront the constitutional lim-

of the law as Lincoln applied it, the ex-

itations imposed on the chief executive

pansion of presidential war powers, and

and expose the difficulty and ambiguity

the foundation for the transformation of

associated with the protection of civil

American society.

November $34.50sp Cloth 978-0-8093-3454-4 232 pages, 6 x 9, 9 illustrations

Charles M. Hubbard, a professor of history and a Lincoln historian at Lincoln Memorial University in Harrogate, Tennessee, is the director of the Lincoln Institute for the Study of Leadership and Public Policy. He is the author or editor of nine books, including The Burden of Confederate Diplomacy, Lincoln Reshapes the Presidency, and Lincoln and His Contemporaries.

Also of Interest

Abraham Lincoln, Philosopher Statesman

Judging Lincoln

Joseph R. Fornieri

Frank J. Williams. Foreword by Harold Holzer. Epilogue by John Y. Simon

$34.50sp Cloth 978-0-8093-3329-5 248 pages, 6 x 9, 20 illustrations

$17.95s Paper 978-0-8093-2759-1 232 pages, 5½ x 85/8, 49 illustrations

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Lincoln and Freedom: Slavery, Emancipation, and the Thirteenth Amendment Edited by Harold Holzer and Sara Vaughn Gabbard $34.95sp, Cloth 978-0-8093-2764-5 280 pages, 6 x 9, 18 illustrations




Lincoln and the Immigrant Jason H. Silverman Lincoln’s enduring relationship with the American immigrant Between 1840 and 1860, America re-

From an early age, Silverman shows,

ceived more than four and a half million

Lincoln developed an awareness of and a

people from foreign countries as perma-

tolerance for different peoples and their

nent residents, including a huge influx

cultures, and he displayed an affinity for

of newcomers from northern and west-

immigrants throughout his legal and

ern Europe, hundreds of thousands of

political career. Silverman reveals how

Mexicans who became Americans with

immigrants affected not only Lincoln’s

the annexation of Texas and the Mexican

day-to-day life but also his presidential

Cession, and a smaller number of Chi-

policies and details Lincoln’s opposition

nese immigrants. While some Americans

to the Know-Nothing Party and the anti-

sought to make immigration more diffi-

foreign attitudes in his own Republican

cult and to curtail the rights afforded to

Party, his reliance on German support for

immigrants, Abraham Lincoln advocated

his 1860 presidential victory, his appoint-

for the rights of all classes of citizens. In

ment of political generals of varying eth-

this succinct study, Jason H. Silverman

nicities, and his reliance on an immigrant

investigates Lincoln’s evolving personal,

for the literal rules of war. The first book

professional, and political relationship

to examine Lincoln and the place of the

with the wide variety of immigrant

immigrant in America’s society and econ-

groups he encountered throughout his

omy, Silverman’s pioneering work offers

life, revealing that Lincoln related to the

a rare new perspective on the renowned

immigrant in a manner few of his con-

sixteenth president.

temporaries would or could emulate.

September $24.95t Cloth 978-0-8093-3434-6 160 pages, 5 x 8, 8 illustrations Concise Lincoln Library

Jason H. Silverman

is the Ellison Capers Palmer Jr. Professor of History at Winthrop University in Rock Hill, South Carolina. He is the author, coauthor, or coeditor of ten books, including Immigration in the American South, 1864–1895: A Documentary History of the Southern Immigration Conventions and A Rising Star of Promise: The Civil War Odyssey of David Jackson Logan, 17th South Carolina Infantry, 1861–1864.

“Two subjects of enduring interest to all who study the American past are the history of immigration and the political ideology of Abraham Lincoln. Until now, no book-length study has examined these subjects together. . . . The result is a compelling interpretation of nineteenth-century American history with important implications for our understanding of diversity today and for the prospects of American democracy in the century to come.”

“In this excellent untold story, Jason Silverman narrates Abraham Lincoln’s views on, interactions with, and politics of the foreign born in his time. . . . The author captures Lincoln’s character as in Lincoln’s 1855 letter to his friend Joshua Speed, ‘I am not a Know-Nothing [anti-immigrant]. How could I be?’ This is a tale worth telling, and Silverman does so exceedingly well.” —Frank J. Williams, founding chair of the Lincoln Forum

—Kevin Kenny, Boston College

See more books in the Concise Lincoln Library at www.conciselincolnlibrary.com


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Looking for Lincoln in Illinois Lincoln and Mormon Country


Bryon C. Andreasen


The intertwining histories of Lincoln and the Mormons Although they inhabited different po-

expeditions, and events at inns, federal

litical, social, and cultural arenas,

buildings, and even Lincoln’s first Illinois

Abraham Lincoln and the pioneer gen-

log cabin connect the stories to their

eration of Latter-day Saints, or Mor-

physical locations.

mons, shared the same nineteenth-

Exploring the intriguing question of

century world. Bryon C. Andreasen’s

whether Lincoln and Mormon founder

Looking for Lincoln in Illinois: Lincoln

Joseph Smith ever met, the book reveals

and Mormon Country relates more than

that they traveled the same routes and

thirty fascinating and surprising stories

likely stayed at the same inns. The book

that show how the lives of Lincoln and

also includes colorful and engaging looks

the Mormons intersected.

at key figures such as Brigham Young,

This richly illustrated and carefully

various Mormon apostles, Mormon gun-

researched book expands on some of

smith Jonathan Browning, and more. For

the storyboards found on the Looking

example, the author relates that Lincoln

for Lincoln Story Trail from the Mormon

visited Browning in Quincy, and upon

capital of Nauvoo to the state capital of

learning that Browning had once traded

Springfield. Created by the Looking for

a gun for a Bible, quipped that it was

Lincoln Heritage Coalition, this trail con-

like “turning swords into plowshares.”

sists of wayside exhibits posted in sites

Anyone inspired by Lincoln, as well as

of significance to Lincoln’s life and career

Mormon and Illinois history enthusiasts,

across fifty-two communities in Illinois.

will appreciate this look back at a long-

The book’s keyed maps, historic photos,

past, but not forgotten, landscape.



Bryon C. Andreasen November $19.95t Paper 978-0-8093-3384-4 96 pages, 6 x 9, 115 illustrations Looking for Lincoln

and descriptions of battles, Mormon

Bryon C. Andreasen, a historian at the LDS Church History Museum in Salt Lake City, is the author of Looking for Lincoln in Illinois: Lincoln’s Springfield. He was formerly the research historian at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum in Springfield, Illinois, and helped create the Looking for Lincoln Heritage Coalition.

Also of Interest

Looking for Lincoln in Illinois: Lincoln’s Springfield

Treasures of the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library

Lincoln’s Ladder to the Presidency: The Eighth Judicial Circuit

Bryon C. Andreasen

Edited by Glenna R. Schroeder-Lein

$19.95t Paper 978-0-8093-3382-0 128 pages, 6 x 9, 164 illustrations

$39.50sp Cloth 978-0-8093-3335-6 Paper 978-0-8093-3336-3 224 pages, 8¼ x 9¼, 159 illustrations

Guy C. Fraker. Foreword by Michael Burlingame

Southern Illinois University Press

$34.95t Cloth 978-0-8093-3201-4 352 pages, 6 x 9, 34 illustrations






Poems by Sass Brown Loss and longing through the lens of popular culture Sass Brown’s darkly funny debut collec-

wife and daughter; a woman searches a

tion of poems explores both the isolation

shopping mall to put on hold items she’ll

and the absurdity of twenty-something

never buy; a broken hair dryer prompts

apartment living. The world Brown cre-

a complaint letter to the Better Business

ates in USA-1000 overflows with infomer-

Bureau. Brown’s dazzling poems probe

cials, classic Hollywood films, billboard

the disappointment of domestic reality

messages, strip clubs, and fortune-tell-

in the face of America’s glossy facade,

ers, illuminating our complex relation-

abundance and emptiness hand in hand.

ship with consumerism. In the absence

Ultimately, the book finds beauty in the

of personal intimacy, everyday objects

deliciously artificial and resurrects “the

take on unexpected importance: the

missing world” with words and memory.

clothing of a would-be couple mingles in a washing machine; a father watches pornography in a hotel room with his


Sass Brown

is the recipient of a Ruth Lilly Fellowship in Poetry, a Vermont Studio Center fellowship, and a Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference scholarship, among other honors. She earned her MFA in creative writing from Indiana University. Her poetry has been published in dozens of literary journals, including Hayden’s Ferry Review, Crazyhorse, Black Warrior Review, Quarterly West, and Gulf Coast. USA-1000 is her first book.

October $15.95t Paper 978-0-8093-3446-9 88 pages, 6 x 9 Crab Orchard Series in Poetry

What I Learned From Television Medical Dramas

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I started taping legs when I was two, wire jutting out my dolls’ bendable limbs. Each afternoon, glued to the tube’s fake truth, I watched—everyone died in soft focus, doctors detected disease from one cough stuck like a bone in the throat. A troubled forehead longed for a cool palm, a toe caught in the bathtub spout loosened with soap. Label your babies. Start each sentence with I don’t know how to tell you this. Healing’s a trick of white sheets and metal paddles rubbed flat together, a jump-start to the chest. Quick, doctor. I want you to test my flexed knees. I need a sponge bath, stat. You’re losing me.

Who cares what’s going on outside when we’ve got a six-pack and squeeze cheese, 3.2 extra oz. free in the limited edition commemorative can, and a flick on cable with less than one star? If the remote were a Camaro, I’d be cruising to glut on talk show smut. I’d give up my graduate degree for an after-school special called Forrest Hump with a hunk of beef in a G-string telling Sally Field where to put her box of choc’lits. O God give every woman an EZ Mop shine, cubic zirconia for her finger, and a hand-crafted set of mail-order knives for slicing, paring, dicing, mincing, and much, much more! Make the room a soundproof booth, our arms raised in v’s for reception. While next door someone’s translating Beowulf into ancient Sanskrit, we’ll be breaking into another box of Ho Hos and toasting to layer after layer of chocolatey goodness, swirling our tongues to find the delicious cream center.


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Errata Poems by Lisa Fay Coutley


Uncovering the healing bond between generations Lisa Fay Coutley’s lyrical debut collec-

self. The collection unravels the lingering

tion, Errata, investigates the delicate

consequences of abuse and addiction,

balance between parent and child, love

yet threads of hope and determination

and loss, hope and grief. Errata’s narra-

weave a finely wrought path through the

tor reflects on struggles and fears that

dark side of human relationships, illumi-

span generations in compositions that

nating the power of the will to survive.

are at once musical and bleak. Coutley’s

Coutley’s sharp yet tender collection will

narrative journey is often a dark one, ex-

both haunt readers and move them to

ploring not only the loss of loved ones

reflect, to remember, and most of all, to

but also the potential to lose one’s very


poems by


Lisa Fay Coutley

is an assistant professor of creative writing, with an emphasis on poetry, at Snow College in Utah. She was awarded a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts (2013), received scholarships to the Sewanee and Bread Loaf Writers’ Conferences, and won an Academy of American Poets Levis Prize. Her poetry has appeared in many journals and books, including Crazyhorse, Gulf Coast, Best of the Net 2013, and Best New Poets 2010. Errata is her first book.

“ [Coutley’s] lexicon holds with lovely tension ‘the word fragile, the word impassable’—and still we learn from Coutley to navigate ‘by the compass of a rattlesnake’s tongue’ and to trust ‘ravens tugging at the firmament.’ On

October $15.95t Paper 978-0-8093-3448-3 80 pages, 6 x 9 Crab Orchard Series in Poetry

subjects ranging from family and motherhood to mortality and the inescapable dangers of the ordinary, Coutley’s poems sustain ‘the urgency of homing bones.’ Errata is an unforgettable volume.” —Claudia

Emerson, author of The Opposite House

To Sleep Goodbye in the Voice of My Father I tell you what: tornadoes are the most violent mothers, big rigs plowing through wall clouds with hail hammering hard as rocks. They move southwest to northeast, so you’re heading right for them. You know, a twister can lift a motel sign from the ground in Oklahoma & dump it

not as a woman who brews tea & kneels on rice but one who swims with narcolepsy, who cinches all the alleys into darkness & fells trees, who forces a bit into the mouth of aurora borealis until the moon parades its wounds in color, until her limbs go numb scene by scene, by sleight of hand, by flip turning in a lukewarm pool between what walls

in Arkansas, just like a bird from the deep south was carried three states north once & found itself all alone. Lost. A normal bird’ll nest near the nest

we build, between what shocks we tuck in tight, between what we somersault & dredge

where it was born.

from our eyes at the temperature of sleep without drowning, without burning

He leans my car door shut & doesn’t hug me, just warns me of the way I am moving across the country, a bird slung by storm or the storm itself. A vacancy sign. He hates me for leaving. Himself, for shoving me from the nest.

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our temples, without righting the lies we tell our minds to make us fade, to make us stay still & take it, to make us love paralysis to such a point we jump in water, legless.




Dividing the Union

Jesse Burgess Thomas and the Making of the Missouri Compromise Matthew W. Hall The first in-depth examination of the architect of the Missouri Compromise In 1820 the Missouri controversy

Assembly and one of the first territo-

erupted over the issue of slavery in the

rial judges in Illinois Territory, Thomas

newly acquired lands of the Louisiana

served in 1818 as the president of the

Purchase. It fell to Jesse BurgessThomas

Illinois State Constitutional Convention.

(1777–1853), a junior U.S. senator from

That he was never required to clearly

the new state of Illinois, to handle the

articulate his own views on slavery al-

delicate negotiations that led to the Mis-

lowed Thomas to maintain a degree of

souri Compromise. Thomas’s maturity,

neutrality, and, as Hall shows, his varied

good judgment, and restraint helped

political career gave him the experience

pull the country back from the brink of

necessary to craft a compromise. Thom-

disunion and created a compromise that

as’s final version of the Compromise

held for thirty-four years. In Dividing the

included shrewdly worded ambiguities

Union, Matthew W. Hall examines the

that supported opposing interests in the

legal issues underlying the controversy

matter of slavery. By weaving Thomas’s

and the legislative history of the Missouri

life story into the history of the Missouri

Compromise while focusing onThomas’s

Compromise, Hall offers new insight into

life and influence. As Hall demonstrates,

both a pivotal piece of legislation and an

Thomas was perfectly situated geograph-

overlooked but important figure in nine-

ically, politically, and ideologically to deal

teenth-century American politics.

December $29.50sp Cloth 978-0-8093-3456-8 272 pages, 6 x 9, 26 illustrations

with the Missouri controversy. The first

“Dividing the Union should be required

Matthew W. Hall,

speaker of the Indiana Territorial General

reading for modern lawmakers. . . . With clarity and discernment, Matthew Hall vividly reveals the contributions of an enigmatic and overlooked but intriguing and significant statesman.”

an attorney in the field of natural resources, formerly served as general counsel for the University of Pennsylvania. He graduated from Harvard College and Law School and has had a lifelong interest in American history. He has been an independent scholar and writer since 2002.

—Evan Thomas, author of Robert Kennedy, Ike's Bluff, and Being Nixon

Also of Interest

Union Heartland: The Midwestern Home Front during the Civil War Edited by Ginette Aley and J. L. Anderson Foreword by William C. Davis $39.50sp Cloth 978-0-8093-3264-9 224 pages, 6 x 9, 14 illustrations


Prairie Justice: A History of Illinois Courts under French, English, and American Law

St. Louis and Empire: 250 Years of Imperial Quest and Urban Crisis

Roger L. Severns. Edited by John A. Lupton

$39.50sp Cloth 978-0-8093-3395-0 368 pages, 6 x 9, 32 illustrations

$34.50sp Cloth 978-0-8093-3369-1 272 pages, 6 x 9, 29 illustrations

Southern Illinois University Press

Henry W. Berger



A Just Cause

The Impeachment and Removal of Governor Rod Blagojevich Bernard H. Sieracki. Foreword by Jim Edgar A firsthand account of Governor Rod Blagojevich’s road from corruption to conviction During the predawn hours of December 9,

the comments of interviewees, trial tran-

2008, an FBI team swarmed the home

scripts, and knowledge gained from de-

of Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich and

cades of work with the Illinois legislature,

took him away in handcuffs.The shocking

Sieracki tells the compelling story of the

arrest, based on allegations of corruption

first impeachment and removal from of-

and extortion, launched a chain of polit-

fice of an Illinois governor, while provid-

ical events never before seen in Illinois.

ing a close look at the people involved.

In A Just Cause, Bernard H. Sieracki de-

This engrossing volume is both a

livers a dynamic firsthand account of this

richly detailed case study of the American

eight-week political crisis, beginning with

checks-and-balances system and an eye-

Blagojevich’s arrest, continuing through

witness account of unprecedented events.

his impeachment and trial, and culminat-

It will appeal to anyone interested in the

ing in his conviction and removal from

stunning, true tale of a state upholding

office. Drawing on his own eyewitness

the maxim “The welfare of the people is

observations of the hearings and trial,

the supreme law.”

Bernard Sieracki

teaches public administration at the Stuart School of Business, Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, and in the MPA program at the University of Illinois, Chicago. Sieracki received his PhD from the University of Illinois, Chicago. Prior to teaching he was an Illinois lobbyist for nearly four decades.

The Impeachment and Removal of Governor Rod Blagojevich Bernard H. Sieracki Foreword by Jim Edgar



December $32.50sp Cloth 978-0-8093-3463-6 240 pages, 6 x 9, 16 illustrations

“In this important book, Bernie H. Sieracki painstakingly

documents the fashioning of the charges against Blagojevich and the strategy for pressing them. Readers . . . will benefit from the countless interviews he conducted with those intimately involved in the process, including the legislative leaders and David Ellis, the chief prosecutor who is now an appellate court judge.” —Jim

Edgar, from the foreword

Also of Interest

Nobody Calls Just to Say Hello: Reflections on Twenty-Two Years in the Illinois Senate

The Gentleman from Illinois: Stories from Forty Years of Elective Public Service

The Man Who Emptied Death Row: Governor George Ryan and the Politics of Crime

Philip J. Rock, with Ed Wojcicki

Alan J. Dixon

James L. Merriner

$29.95t Cloth 978-0-8093-3071-3 280 pages, 6 x 9, 21 illustrations

$39.95t Cloth 978-0-8093-3260-1 384 pages, 6 x 9, 20 illustrations

$29.95sp, Cloth 978-0-8093-2865-9 224 pages, 6 x 9, 19 illustrations

Southern Illinois University Press

Elmer H Johnson & Carol Holmes Johnson Series in Criminology





BroNZEvILLE Housing, Employment, & Civil rights in Black Chicago, 1935–1955

A New Deal for Bronzeville

Housing, Employment, and Civil Rights in Black Chicago, 1935–1955 Lionel Kimble Jr. Civil rights activism in New Deal and World War II Chicago During the Great Migration of the 1920s

the obstacles posed by the Depression,

and 1930s, southern African Ameri-

blue-collar African Americans worked

cans flocked to the South Side Chicago

with leftist organizations to counter job

community of Bronzeville, the cultural,

discrimination and made strong appeals

political, social, and economic hub of

to New Deal allies for access to public

African American life in the city, if not

housing. With its focus on the role of

the Midwest. The area soon became

working-class African Americans—as

the epicenter of community activism as

opposed to the middle-class leaders who

working-class African Americans strug-

have received the most attention from

gled for equality in housing and em-

civil rights historians in the past—A New

ployment. In this study, Lionel Kimble

Deal for Bronzeville makes a significant

Jr. demonstrates how these struggles

contribution to the study of civil rights

led to much of the civil rights activism

work in the Windy City and enriches our

that occurred from 1935 to 1955 in Chi-

understanding of African American life in

cago and shows how this working-class

mid-twentieth-century Chicago.

activism and culture helped to ground

Lionel Kimble Jr.

the early civil rights movement. Despite

Lionel Kimble Jr., an associate professor of history at Chicago State Univer-

October $35.00s Paper 978-0-8093-3426-1 232 pages, 6 x 9, 10 illustrations

sity, is the president of the Chicago Branch of the Association for the Study of African American Life and History. His essays have appeared in the Journal of Illinois History and the Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, and he has published chapters in several encyclopedias.

Lives of Fort de Chartres

Commandants, Soldiers, and Civilians in French Illinois, 1720–1770 David MacDonald The vivid peoples and cultures of eighteenth-century French Illinois Fort de Chartres, built in 1719–20 in the

and tensions among different religious

heart of what would become the Ameri-

orders. Together, the biographies and

can Midwest, embodied French colonial

historical narrative in the volume illu-

Lives of Fort de Chartres

power for half a century. Lives of Fort de

minate the challenges that shaped the

Chartres, by David MacDonald, details

French colonies in America. Both informative and entertaining,

Commandants, Soldiers, and Civilians in French Illinois,

from 1720 to 1770 through vivid depic-

1720–17 70


tions of the places, people, and events around the fort and its neighboring villages. Subjects treated in the book include French–Native American relations,

Lives of Fort de Chartres contributes to a more complete understanding of the French colonial experience in the Midwest and portrays a vital and vigorous community well worth our appreciation.

the fur trade, early Illinois agriculture,

David MacDonald is an emeritus professor of history at Illinois State Uni-

DAVID MACDONALD February $28.50sp Paper 978-0-8093-3460-5 264 pages, 6 x 9, 14 illustrations Shawnee Books

the French colonial experience in Illinois

versity, where he taught for thirty-five years. He has published over fifty articles on Greek and Roman history and is the author of several books, the most recent of which is Overstruck Greek Coins: Studies in Greek Chronology and Monetary Theory. In retirement he has expanded his interests to include French colonial Illinois and Missouri and has published five articles on that subject.

Southern Illinois University Press



Ambiguous Borderlands

Shadow Imagery in Cold War American Culture Erik Mortenson In mid-twentieth-century America, the

From comics to movies, Beats to

image of the shadow appeared across a

bombs, Ambiguous Borderlands pro-

variety of genres and media, including

vides a novel understanding of the

poetry, pulp fiction, photography, and

Cold War cultural context through its

film. Drawing on an extensive framework

analysis of the image of the shadow in

that ranges from Cold War cultural his-

midcentury media. Its interdisciplinary

tories to theorizations of psychoanalysis

approach, ambitious subject matter,

and the Gothic, Erik Mortenson argues

and diverse theoretical framing make it

that shadow imagery in 1950s and 1960s

essential reading for anyone interested

American culture not only reflected the

in American literary and popular culture

anxiety and ambiguity of the times but

during the mid-twentieth century.

also offered an imaginative space for artists to challenge the binary rhetoric associated with the Cold War.

Erik Mortenson is an assistant professor in the department of English and Comparative Literature at Koç University in Istanbul, Turkey. He is the author of Capturing the Beat Moment: Cultural Politics and the Poetics of Presence, which was selected as a Choice Outstanding Academic Title in 2011. December $35.00s Paper 978-0-8093-3432-2 320 pages, 6 x 9, 23 illustrations

Also of Interest

Capturing the Beat Moment: Cultural Politics and the Poetics of Presence

The Road Story and the Rebel: Moving Through Film, Fiction, and Television

What’s Your Road, Man? Critical Essays on Jack Kerouac’s On the Road

Erik Mortenson $38.00s Paper 978-0-8093-3013-3 240 pages, 6 x 9, 10 illustrations CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title

Katie Mills $32.00s Paper 978-0-8093-2710-2 288 pages, 6 x 9, 20 illustrations

Edited by Hilary Holladay and Robert Holton $38.00s Paper 978-0-8093-2883-3 232 pages, 6 x 9

Southern Illinois University Press




Childhood and NineteenthCentury American Theatre The Work of the Marsh Troupe of Juvenile Actors Shauna Vey Exploring the careers and backstage lives of child performers and their place in antebellum America From 1855 until 1863, the Marsh Troupe of

Both a microhistory of a professional

Juvenile Comedians, a professional acting

theatre company and its juvenile play-

company of approximately thirty children,

ers in the decade before the Civil War

entertained audiences with their nuanced

and a larger narrative of cultural change

performances of adult roles on stages

in the United States, Childhood and

around the globe. In Childhood and Nine-

Nineteenth-Century American Theatre

teenth-Century AmericanTheatre:The Work

sheds light on how childhood was ideal-

of the Marsh Troupe of Juvenile Actors,

ized both on and off the stage, how the

author Shauna Vey provides an insightful

role of the child in society shifted in the

account not only of this unique antebel-

nineteenth century, and the ways eco-

lum stage troupe but also of contemporary

nomic value and sentiment contributed

theatre practices and the larger American

to how children were viewed.

culture, including shifts in the definition of childhood itself. October $40.00s Paper 978-0-8093-3438-4 224 pages, 6 x 9, 15 illustrations Theater in the Americas

Shauna Vey is an associate professor at New York City College of Technology, City University of New York, where she teaches theater and communication courses. Her work has been published in Theatre History Studies and Theatre Survey.


Beyond Collapse Archaeological Perspectives on Resilience, Revitalization, and Transformation in Complex Societies Edited by Ronald K. Faulseit New approaches to collapsed complex societies The Maya. The Romans. The great dy-

stresses, including environmental change,

nasties of ancient China. It is generally

warfare, and the fragmentation of politi-

believed that these once mighty empires

cal institutions. Contributors discuss not

eventually crumbled and disappeared.

only what leads societies to collapse but

A recent trend in archaeology, however,

also why some societies are resilient and

focusing on what happened during and

others are not, as well as how societies

after the decline of once powerful soci­

reorganize after collapse. Putting in con-

eties has found social resilience and trans-

text issues we face today, such as climate

formation instead of collapse. In Beyond

change, lack of social diversity, and the fail-

Collapse: Archaeological Perspectives on

ure of modern states, Beyond Collapse is

Resilience, Revitalization, andTransforma-

an essential volume for readers interested

tion in Complex Societies, editor Ronald

in human-environment interaction and in

K. Faulseit gathers scholars with diverse

the collapse—and subsequent reorganiza-

theoretical perspectives to interpret how

tion—of human societies.

ancient civilizations responded to various

December $70.00s Paper 978-0-8093-3399-8 624 pages, 7 x 10, 117 illustrations


Ronald K. Faulseit is a postdoctoral fellow in the Integrative Research Center at the Field Museum in Chicago. He served as the 2012–13 visiting scholar at the Center for Archaeological Investigations, Southern Illinois University Carbondale. His work has been published in the Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association and the journals Latin American Antiquity and Mexicon.

Southern Illinois University Press



Writing, Directing, and Producing Documentary Films and Digital Videos

Writing, Directing, and Producing Documentary Films and Digital Videos

Fifth Edition Alan Rosenthal and Ned Eckhardt Offering both beginning and more experienced filmmakers an updated, comprehensive guide to the process of documentary filmmaking In a new edition of this popular guidebook,

narration, and navigating the murky world

filmmakers Alan Rosenthal and Ned Eck-

of contracts. Also included are many practi-

hardt show readers how to utilize the latest

cal tips for first-time filmmakers. To provide

innovations in equipment, technologies, and

context and to illustrate techniques, Rosen-

production techniques for success in the dig-

thal and Eckhardt reference more than 100

ital, web-based world of documentary film.

documentaries in detail.

All twenty-four chapters of the volume

A new appendix, “Preparing for Your

have been revised to reflect the latest ad-

Career Using the Web and Social Media,”

vances in documentary filmmaking. Rosen-

guides filmmakers through the process of

thal and Eckhardt discuss the myriad ways in

leveraging social media and crowdsourc-

which technological changes have impacted

ing for success in filmmaking, fund-rais-

the creation process of documentary films,

ing, and promotion. A day-to-day field

including how these evolving technologies

manual packed with invaluable lessons,

both complicate and enrich filmmaking to-

this volume is essential reading for both

day. The book provides invaluable insights

novice and experienced documentary

for the filmmaker from the film’s conception



January $35.00s Paper 978-0-8093-3458-2 400 pages, 6 x 9, 23 illustrations

to distribution of the finished film.Topics include creating dynamic proposals, writing

Alan Rosenthal,

a professor emeritus of communications at Hebrew University in Jerusalem, is a documentary filmmaker with sixty films to his credit as writer, director, or producer. His books include Succeeding as a Documentary Filmmaker: A Guide to the Professional World and From “Chariots of Fire” to “The King's Speech”: Writing Biopics and Docudramas. His docudrama The First Fagin, about the transportation of convicts to Australia in the nineteenth century, was invited for special feature presentation at the Melbourne International Film Festival 2012.

Ned Eckhardt,

a professor and founder of the television and documentary production program at Rowan University in Glassboro, New Jersey, is the author of Documentary Filmmakers Handbook. His most recent film is Seabrook Farms Remembered. He served as an executive producer for Pact5, a national sexual assault awareness and prevention campaign that featured college student documentaries.

Also of Interest

From Chariots of Fire to The King's Speech: Writing Biopics and Docudramas

Marketing to Moviegoers: A Handbook of Strategies and Tactics Third Edition

Alan Rosenthal $33.00s Paper 978-0-8093-3298-4 216 pages, 6 x 9

Robert Marich $34.95t Paper 978-0-8093-3196-3 432 pages, 61/8 × 9¼, 30 illus.

Southern Illinois University Press




Claiming the Bicycle

Claiming the Bicycle Women, Rhetoric, and Technology in Nineteenth-Century America

Women, Rhetoric, and Technology in Nineteenth-Century America Sarah Hallenbeck Tracing the role of nineteenth-century women and rhetoric in transforming the bicycle

Sarah Hallenbeck

Although the impact of the bicycle craze

assumptions about femininity and gender

of the late nineteenth century on women’s


lives has been well documented, rarely

Making a significant contribution to

have writers considered the role of wom-

studies of feminist rhetorical historiog-

en’s rhetorical agency in the transforma-

raphy, rhetorical agency, and technical

tion of bicycle culture and the bicycle itself.

communication, Claiming the Bicycle

In Claiming the Bicycle, Sarah Hallenbeck

asserts the utility of a distributed or

argues that through their collective rhe-

“collected” model of rhetorical agency

torical activities, women who were widely

and accounts for the efforts of widely

dispersed in space, genre, and intention

dispersed actors to harness technology

negotiated what were considered proper

in promoting social change.

uses of the bicycle, destabilizing cultural

Sarah Hallenbeck is an assistant professor of English at the University of North Carolina Wilmington. Her essays on feminist rhetorical historiography and technical communication have been published in the journals Rhetoric Society Quarterly, Technical Communication Quarterly, Rhetoric Review, Advances in the History of Rhetoric, and the edited collection Women and Rhetoric between the Wars.

February $35.00s Paper 978-0-8093-3444-5 232 pages, 6 x 9, 16 illustrations Studies in Rhetorics and Feminisms

Praising Girls



The Rhetoric of Young Women, 1895–1930

The Rhetoric of Young Women, 1895–1930 Henrietta Rix Wood Exploring the persuasive discourse of ordinary girls at the beginning of the twentieth century In Praising Girls, Henrietta Rix Wood ex-

class, race, education, immigration, rac-

plores how ordinary schoolgirls engaged

ism, and imperialism, confronting the gen-

in extraordinary rhetorical activities during

der politics that denigrated young women

the late nineteenth and early twentieth

and often deprived them of positions of

centuries in the United States. Focusing


on high school girls’ public writing, Wood

Although the site of this study is one

analyzes newspaper editorials and articles,

midwestern locale, Kansas City, Mis-

creative writing projects, yearbook entries,

souri, it reflects the diverse rhetorical

and literary magazines, revealing how

experiences of girls in cities across the

young women employed epideictic rheto-

United States at the beginning of the last

ric—traditionally used to praise and blame

century. Wood’s analysis reveals a con-

in ceremonial situations—to define their

temporary concept of epideictic rhetoric

individual and collective identities. Many

that accounts for issues of gender, race,

girls, Wood argues, intervened rhetorically

class, and age.

in national and international discourses on HENR IETTA R I X WOOD

Henrietta Rix Wood is an assistant teaching professor at the University January $40.00s Paper 978-0-8093-3442-1 208 pages, 6 x 9, 11 illustrations Studies in Rhetorics and Feminisms


of Missouri–Kansas City. Her teaching and research focus on rhetoric, gender, history, and education. Wood is a coeditor of Writing Stories: Composition and Rhetoric in High Schools and Normal Schools, 1839–1969 and has published essays in American Periodicals and Rhetoric Review.

Southern Illinois University Press



Rewriting Composition Terms of Exchange Bruce Horner Reimagining composition’s key terms Bruce Horner’s Rewriting Composition:

how limitations set by dominant defini-

Terms of Exchange shows how dominant

tions shape and direct what composition-

inflections of key terms in composition—

ists do and how they think about their

language, labor, value/evaluation, disci-

work. By exposing limitations in domi-

pline, and composition itself—reinforce

nant conceptions of the work of compo-

composition’s low institutional status and

sition and by modeling and opening up

the poor working conditions of many of

space for new conceptions of key terms,

its instructors and tutors. Horner demon-

Rewriting Composition offers teachers of

strates ways to challenge debilitating defi-

composition and rhetoric, writing schol-

nitions of these terms and to rework them

ars, and writing program administrators

and their relations to one another.

the critical tools necessary for charting

Each chapter of Rewriting Composi-

the future of composition studies.

tion focuses on one key term, discussing

Bruce Horner is the Endowed Chair of Rhetoric and Composition at the University of Louisville. His previous books include Terms of Work for Composition: A Materialist Critique, recipient of the 2001 W. Ross Winterowd Award for the most outstanding book on composition theory, and Writing Conventions, coauthored with Min-Zhan Lu. Horner is also a coeditor of Cross-Language Relations in Composition, winner of the Conference on College Composition and Communication Outstanding Book Award in 2012, and Reworking English in Rhetoric and Composition: Global Interrogations, Local Interventions.

January $40.00s Paper 978-0-8093-3450-6 272 pages, 6 x 9

Quintilian on the Teaching of Speaking and Writing Translations from Books One, Two, and Ten of the Institutio oratoria Second Edition Edited by James J. Murphy and Cleve Wiese Quintilian on the Teaching of Speaking

interrelationship between reading, speaking,

and Writing offers scholars and students

listening, and writing, and emphasizing the

insights into the pedagogies of Marcus Fa-

blending of moral purpose and artistic skill.

bius Quintilianus (ca. 35–ca. 95 CE), one of

A contemporary approach to one of the

Rome’s most famous teachers of rhetoric.

most influential educational works in the

Providing translations of three key sections

history of Western culture, this book pro-

from Quintilian’s important and influential

vides access not only to translations of key

Institutio oratoria (Education of the Orator),

sections of Quintilian’s educational program

this volume outlines the systematic educa-

but also a robust contemporary framework

tional processes that Quintilian inherited

for the training of humane and effective cit-

from the Greeks, foregrounding his ratio-

izens through the teaching of speaking and

nale for rhetorical education based on the


James J. Murphy is a professor emeritus at the University of California, Davis. He is the author, coauthor, or editor of many books on rhetoric, including A Short History of Writing Instruction and A Synoptic History of Classical Rhetoric.

Cleve Wiese is an assistant professor of English at Worcester State University in Worcester, Massachusetts. His work has appeared in Kairos: A Journal of Rhetoric, Technology, and Pedagogy.

Southern Illinois University Press

December $30.00s Paper 978-0-8093-3440-7 224 pages, 5¼ x 8 Landmarks in Rhetoric and Public Address




The Selected Writings of John Witherspoon Edited by Thomas P. Miller Considered the first significant teacher of rhetoric in America, John Witherspoon also introduced Scottish moral philosophy to this country and as president of Princeton University reformed the curriculum to give emphasis to both studies. He was an active pamphleteer on religious and political issues and a signer of the Declaration of Independence. Editor Thomas P. Miller argues that Witherspoon’s career exemplifies September $30.00s the Ciceronian ideal, and the eight Paper 978-0-8093-3467-4 selections Miller presents from 352 pages, 61/8 x 9¼ the 1802 American edition of the Landmarks in Rhetoric and Works corroborate that claim. This Public Address paperback edition includes a new preface by the editor of the volume that surveys the scholarship published on Witherspoon over the past twenty-five years and discusses how Miller’s own perspective on Witherspoon has changed during that time.

Federico Fellini as Auteur Seven Aspects of His Films John C. Stubbs Federico Fellini as Auteur: Seven Aspects of His Films offers a comprehensive auteurist study of the renowned Italian director. Film scholar John C. Stubbs dispenses with a traditional film-career review of the man, focusing instead on the key elements of the filmmaker’s style, the influence of Carl Jung and dreams, February $30.00s the autobiographical depiction of Paper 978-0-8093-3465-0 childhood and adolescence, the 320 pages, 6 x 9, 16 illustrations portrait of the artist, the filmmaker’s working relationship with his wife, Fellini’s comic strategies, and his adaptation of works by others. Each of the aspects is fully contextualized. This examination of the critical elements in Fellini films offers a better understanding of the artistry that is uniquely Fellini.

Thomas P. Miller, a professor of English and the vice provost for

John C. Stubbs

The Maverick and the Machine Governor Dan Walker Tells His Story

We Are a College at War Women Working for Victory in World War II

faculty affairs at the University of Arizona, is the author of several books, including The Formation of College English: Rhetoric and Belles Lettres in the British Cultural Provinces, a winner of the Mina P. Shaughnessy Prize.

is a professor emeritus of English and film studies at Virginia Tech and has taught a wide range of courses. He is the author of three books, including two dealing with Fellini, and has published articles on Fellini and other filmmakers in Cinema Journal and Literature/Film Quarterly.

Dan Walker

Mary Weaks-Baxter, Christine Bruun, and Catherine Forslund

A reformer who was always colorful, provocative, and controversial, Dan Walker became a political maverick, taking on Mayor Richard J. Daley’s vaunted Chicago machine and the powerful incumbent Richard Ogilvie to become the governor of Illinois. The Maverick and the Machine tells the dramatic story of Walker’s rise February $22.50sp from dirt-poor beginnings to the Paper 978-0-8093-3466-7 pinnacle of power in Illinois and his 376 pages, 6 x 9, 30 illustrations conviction on charges of bank fraud that landed him in federal prison. This frank volume also probes the inner sanctum of the governorship and reviews the investigations of Governor Blagojevich’s administration and the criminal trial of former governor George Ryan.

We Are a College at War weaves together the World War II experiences of students and faculty at Rockford College (now Rockford University) in Rockford, Illinois, to provide readers with a better understanding of the role American women and college students played during this defining period in U.S. history. Drawing on the Rockford community’s letters, July $22.00s speeches, and campus newspaper Paper 978-0-8093-3462-9 archives, the authors demonstrate 256 pages, 6 x 9, 20 illustrations how women claimed the right to be everywhere—in factories and other traditionally male workplaces, and even on the front lines—and link their efforts to the rise of feminism and the fight for women’s rights in the 1960s and 1970s.

Best Memoir of 2008, San Diego Book Awards Illinois State Historical Society Certificate of Excellence, 2008

Dan Walker (1922–2015),

a naval officer during World War II and the Korean War, worked in Chicago as a trial lawyer and business executive before becoming governor of Illinois from 1973 to 1977.

Mary Weaks-Baxter, the Hazel Koch Professor of English at Rockford

University, is the author of Reclaiming the American Farmer: The Reinvention of a Regional Mythology in Twentieth-Century Southern Writing.

Christine Bruun is a professor emerita of psychology and a former department chair at Rockford University.

Catherine Forslund, a professor of history at Rockford University, is

the author of Anna Chennault: Informal Diplomacy and Asian Relations.


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Writing, Directing, and Producing Documentary Films and Digital Videos A L A N R O S E N T H A L and NED ECKHARDT FIFTH EDITION

Claiming the Bicycle The Impeachment and Removal of Governor Rod Blagojevich Bernard H. Sieracki Foreword by Jim Edgar



Women, Rhetoric, and Technology in Nineteenth-Century America Sarah Hallenbeck