Hazard Adams’ most recent book, Academic Child, tells the story of a life-long professional career in education and academics.
In The Public Life of the Fetal Sonogram, Janelle Taylor (Anthropology) analyzes ultrasound technology and imagery in its
In his most recent book, Music From Behind the Bridge: Steelband Spirit and Politics in Trinidad and Tobago, Shannon Dudley examines the r
Why do “maladies of the soul” such as hysteria, anxiety disorders, or depression wax and wane over time?
More than just a portrait of their author, memoirs and autobiographical novels offer insight into the political, economic, and social climates of t
Working to redefine our understanding of the pronunciation of Old Chinese, Zev Handel’s newest work, Old Chinese Medials and their Sino-Tibetan
Often misunderstood, the study of utilitarianism and political economy in the context of Victorian literature has long been neglected in the field
What is the long-term nature of American foreign policy? U.S.
Trevor Griffey, the book’s co-editor, will describe a previously overlooked but important part of Black Power movement history: how the demand for
Emphasizing how modes of book production, promotion, and consumption shape ideas of literary value, Ted Mack examines the role of Japan’s publishin
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