New Paperback Release: A Revolution in Movement

Honorable Mention, Latin American Studies Association Mexico Section Best Book in the Humanities “A deep dive into the dance and visual art worlds of Mexico from the 1920s through the 1960s.”—Dance Teacher “Snow’s thorough research is evident.”—Choice “Provides fresh perspectives on postrevolutionary Mexican culture. . . . A useful jumping-off point for future discussions of … Continue reading New Paperback Release: A Revolution in Movement

It’s Our Movement Now

“This exciting collection offers an up close and personal view of Black women’s grassroots politics across the U.S. in the late 1970s. With evocative portrait photographs accompanying vivid biographies, It’s Our Movement Now makes readers feel like we are on the ground at the National Women’s Conference. A great read.”—Annelise Orleck, author of Rethinking American Women’s … Continue reading It’s Our Movement Now

Forces of Nature

"Clay Henderson [is] the undisputed expert on land conservation law in Florida."—Orlando Sentinel “Anyone who wants to learn more about Florida’s struggle to conserve its many unique natural landscapes will want to read this book. In addition to introducing the historical cast of characters who engaged in land conservation in Florida, Henderson reviews recent land conservation … Continue reading Forces of Nature

Allegory and the Poetic Self

“A stunning collection of essays on first-person allegorical narratives of the late Middle Ages that brings together an impressive group of scholars from different linguistic traditions.”—Katherine A. Brown, author of Boccaccio’s Fabliaux: Medieval Short Stories and the Function of Reversal  “North American and European scholars have come together in a constructive framework to underscore with insightfulness … Continue reading Allegory and the Poetic Self

Isotope Research in Zooarchaeology

“Indispensable for anyone working with zooarchaeological materials.”—Pam J. Crabtree, coeditor of Anthropological Approaches to Zooarchaeology: Colonialism, Complexity and Animal Transformations   “Explains the established and ongoing development of six isotopes as applied to zooarchaeological studies. The importance of faunal isotope values is made clear for interpreting human activities and dietary patterns.”—Robert H. Tykot, coauthor of Histories of Maize … Continue reading Isotope Research in Zooarchaeology

Writing Islands

“Lahr-Vivaz’s exceptionally curated book spans beyond transnational Cuba and the Caribbean archipelago in order to keenly propose new considerations of the many geographical locations of the previously ‘colonized’ world. This book will undoubtedly impact both Caribbean studies and decolonial thought throughout the Americas and beyond.”—Raúl Rubio, author of La Habana: Cartografías culturales   “Beautifully and engagingly written. A … Continue reading Writing Islands

New Paperback Release: Slavery and Freedom in the Shenandoah Valley during the Civil War Era

“A needed addition to the scholarship, centering African Americans within [a] narrative that typically marginalizes them. . . . Helps create a more accurate and inclusive picture of this era.”—H-Net “A solidly researched and well-written addition to the literature concerning slavery and the Civil War and furthers the effort to make more widely known a number … Continue reading New Paperback Release: Slavery and Freedom in the Shenandoah Valley during the Civil War Era

Joyce without Borders

“A solid volume of ambitious and innovative scholarship that breaks down the geopolitical, philosophical, methodological, historical, disciplinary, and moral boundaries of traditional Joycean scholarship. It invites readers to consider unusual and compelling approaches by delving into transatlantic readerly relationships, parasitology, posthumanism, algorithmic writing, cartoons, comics, game theory, pornography, and more. A must-read.”—Brian Price, coeditor of TransLatin … Continue reading Joyce without Borders