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Unnatural Reproductions and Monstrosity:

The Birth of the Monster in Literature, Film, and Media
Andrea Wood and Brandy Schillace
ISBN: 9781604978803

Much has been written about gender and the monstrous, but sustained engagement with textual manifestations of cultural and unconscious fears and anxieties about “unnatural” reproduction has been limited. This book expands the current discourse and analyzes how fears about unnatural reproduction and monstrous offspring—and their frequent connections to the feminine—have proliferated and propagated across the very texts which are repetitively created and consumed. Read More..

Hybrid Lives of Teaching Artists in Dance and Theatre Arts:

A Critical Reader
Mary Elizabeth Anderson and Doug Risner
ISBN: 9781604978810

The teaching artist today performs an important role in numerous educational contexts. This volume, focused on teaching artists in dance and theatre disciplines,expands this developing area of inquiry and reveals topographies for teaching in and through these arts disciplines that have, until this text, been examined separately. It illuminates pedagogical, artistic, and professional issues for two performing arts disciplines by using the voices and experiences of each form’s practitioners and those who prepare them. Read More..

International Relations and the Arctic:

Understanding Policy and Governance
Robert W. Murray and Anita Dey Nuttall
ISBN: 9781604978766

"A timely contribution ... world-class authors who offer a genuine and sometimes provocative look at how security and political environments are evolving throughout the Arctic.” – Joël Plouffe, CIRRICQ, École nationale d’administration publique; and managing editor of the Arctic Yearbook; and CDFAI Fellow Read More..

Made in Bangladesh, Cambodia, and Sri Lanka:

The Labor Behind the Global Garments and Textiles Industries
Sanchita Banerjee Saxena
ISBN: 9781604978780

"Saxena's insightful and perceptive book explains how the garment industry in many Asian countries not only weathered the storm predicted when the Multi Fiber Arrangement was phased out, but in fact exploited the opening to become prominent garment exporters in the world. Her analytic explanation for this success, through the concept of domestic coalitions of the important stakeholders, is creative and persuasive." - William Milam, Senior Policy Scholar at the Woodrow Wilson Center and former U.S. Ambassador to Bangladesh Read More..