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Notable Black Memphians

Miriam DeCosta-Willis
ISBN: 9781604975055

Based on ten years of research in archives and libraries, Notable Black Memphians is a vital addition to all collections in African American studies and American history. Read More..

The Crimsoned Hills of Onondaga:

Romantic Antiquarians and the Euro-American Invention of Native American Prehistory
De Villo Sloan
ISBN: 9781604975031

In this highly unique and beautifully written book, Professor De Villo Sloan applies literary analysis to antiquarian writing––a body of work most often associated with the history of archaeology. Read More..

Invisible Indians:

Native Americans in Pennsylvania
David J. Minderhout and Andrea T. Frantz
ISBN: 9781604975116

This book is a much-needed addition to the literature on Native American identity today which is a critical issue in contemporary Native American politics. The book also debunks the official state stance that no Native Americans exist in Pennsylvania. Read More..

Japan's Economy by Proxy in the Seventeenth Century:

China, the Netherlands, and the Bakufu
Michael S. Laver
ISBN: 9781604975000

This eloquently detailed account illuminates the tremendous impact that the Japanese economy had on Asia and on the foreigners trading in Japan in the seventeenth century. This is a valuable addition to all collections in Asian Studies and World History. Read More..

West Across the Pacific:

American Involvement in East Asia from 1898 to the Vietnam War
F. Hilary Conroy, Francis Conroy and Sophie Quinn-Judge
ISBN: 9781934043882

West Across the Pacific is both a contribution to peace research in history and to a foreign policy guided modestly by empiricism and realism as the most reliable method. Read More..

The Genius of Kinship:

The Phenomenon of Human Kinship and the Global Diversity of Kinship Terminologies
German Dziebel
ISBN: 9781934043653

As a book that brings together evolutionary and sociocultural anthropology, The Genius of Kinship will be a critical addition for all Anthropology collections. Read More..

Schools as Dangerous Places:

A Historical Perspective
Anthony Potts and Tom O'Donoghue
ISBN: 9781934043769

Schools as Dangerous Places delivers a historical perspective of schools in a manner that compels us to examine the dangers in institutions through a very different lens.The emphases range from dangers emanating from the institutions themselves and the patterns of relationships that developed in them, to what occurred due to particular ideologies and practices connected with sport, sex, religion, and science. Read More..

Sons of Garibaldi in Blue and Gray:

Italians in the American Civil War
Frank W. Alduino and David J. Coles
ISBN: 9781934043806

Not much has been written about the Italian immigrant experience prior to 1880. This book, through careful analysis of sparse primary and archival sources, brings to life the Civil War-time trials and tribulations of several notable Italian Americans. Read More..

The Wilsonian Persuasion in American Foreign Policy

Matthew C. Price
ISBN: 9781934043820

Provides a detailed account of one of the great turning points in American and world history, the American embrace of globalism. Read More..

Asian Millenarianism:

An Interdisciplinary Study of the Taiping and Tonghak Rebellions in a Global Context
Hong Beom Rhee
ISBN: 9781934043424

This groundbreaking book re-examines the Taiping and the Tonghak movements in nineteenth-century Asia using a much wider range of sources than have been used by scholars in the past. Read More..

 

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