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Contemporary Hispanic Poets:

Cultural Production in the Global, Digital Age
John Burns
ISBN: 9781604978940

"This is an excellent book on a very interesting topic. It is a well-conceived, well-research, and well-written study covering a number of very significant poets in the Spanish-speaking world. Good scholarly books on poetry are rare. Good books on Hispanic poetry, transatlantic in content, and with a superb combination of textual analysis and theoretical reflection are even rarer, and this one belongs to the latter category." – Juan Egea, Professor of Spanish , University of Wisconsin-Madison Read More..

The British Imperial Pyramid of Power:

Manning an Empire in the Long Nineteenth Century, 1800–1914
Colin Newbury
ISBN: 9781604978933

“This book displays a masterful command of the history of the British Empire during the period. It encompasses a wide range of detail from the complex history of British imperialism and combines this with a systematic analysis of subordinate categories and issues. The white settlement colonies (future dominions) of Australia, Canada, New Zealand, and South Africa are all dealt with here, as is also British India, Sub-Saharan Africa, the West Indies Southeast Asia, and Oceania. This monumental study has a wide sweep both over chronological time and geographically.” – Raymond E. Dumett, Purdue University Read More..

Fearless Femininity by Women in American Theatre (1910s to 2010s)

Lynne Greeley
ISBN: 9781604978834

This comprehensive tome, part of the Cambria Contemporary Global Performing Arts headed by John Clum (Duke University) is an essential addition for theater studies and women's studies. Read More..

African Heritage and Memories of Slavery in Brazil and the South Atlantic World

Ana Lucia Araujo
ISBN: 9781604978926

This is the first book in English to focus on African heritage and public memory of slavery in Brazil and Angola. This interdisciplinary study examines visual images, dance, music, oral accounts, museum exhibitions, artifacts, monuments, festivals, and others forms of commemoration to illuminate the social and cultural dynamics that over the last twenty years have propelled––or prevented––the visibility of African heritage (and its Atlantic slave trade legacy) in the South Atlantic region. Read More..