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Yale University Press History 2010 Catalog

Yale University Press History 2010 Catalog

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The seasonal History discipline catalog from Yale University Press, encompassing recent publications in American, Atlantic, British, European, and World History.
The seasonal History discipline catalog from Yale University Press, encompassing recent publications in American, Atlantic, British, European, and World History.

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HISTORY 
The legacy of excellence continues...
2010
 
War o a Thousand Deserts
Indian Raids and the U.S.–Mexican War
Brian DeLay
Winner of the 2009 Robert M. Utley Award, given by the Western History AssociationWinner of the 2009 W. Turrentine Jackson Award,given by the Western History AssociationWinner of the 2008 Summereld G. Roberts Award,presented by the Sons of the Republic of TexasFinalist for the 2008 Francis Parkman Prize,sponsored by the Society of American Historians
The Comanche Empire
Pekka Hämäläinen
Winner of the 2009 Bancroft Prize, given byColumbia UniversityWinner of the 2009 Recognition of ExcellenceAward at the Cundill International Prize inHistory ceremony, given by the CundillFoundation at McGill UniversityWinner of the 2008 Kate Broocks Bates Award,presented by the Texas State Historical AssociationCo-winner of the 2009 Merle Curti Award,presented by the Organization of AmericanHistoriansWinner of the Caughey Western HistoryAssociation Prize, given by the Western HistoryAssociationWinner of the Great Plains Distinguished Book Prize, presented by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Center for Great Plains Studies
Fallen Giants
A History of Himalayan Mountaineering fromthe Age of Empire to the Age of Extremes
Maurice Isserman and Stewart Weaver
Winner of the 2008 National Outdoor Book Award for History and Biography, sponsored bythe Idaho State University and the Association of Outdoor Recreation and EducationWinner of the Banff Mountain Book Festival’s2008 Mountaineering History Prize, sponsored bythe Banff Center
Making Indian Law 
The Hualapai Land Case and the Birth of Ethnohistory
Christian W. McMillen
Winner of the 2008 William Nelson CromwellFoundation Prize, sponsored by the AmericanSociety for Legal HistoryWinner of the 2008 John Philip Reid Book Award,sponsored by the American Society for LegalHistoryWinner of the 2008 Erminie Wheeler-VoegelinPrize, sponsored by the American Society forEthnohistory
1948
A History of the First Arab–Israeli War
Benny Morris
Winner of the 2008 National Jewish Book Award in the History category, sponsored bythe Jewish Book Council
Treacherous Alliance
The Secret Dealings of Israel, Iran, and the
United States
Trita Parsi
Winner of the 2010 University of LouisvilleGrawemeyer Award for Ideas ImprovingWorld Order
The Empire’s New Clothes
A History of Russian Fashion Industry,1700–1917
Christine Ruane
Winner of the 2009 Heldt Prize for the BestBook in Slavic/Eastern European/EurasianWomen’s Studies, given by the Association of Women in Slavic Studies
All Can Be Saved
Religious Tolerance and Salvation in the IberianAtlantic World
Stuart B. Schwartz
Winner of the 2008 Cundill InternationalPrize in History, given by the CundillFoundation at McGill UniversityWinner of the 2009 American Academy of Religion Book Award for Excellence in thecategory of Historical Study of Religion, given by the American Academy of ReligionWinner of the 2009 John E. Fagg Prize, given by the American Historical AssociationWinner of the 2009 Leo Gershoy Award, given by the American Historical AssociationWinner of the 2009 George L. Mosse Prize,given by the American Historical Association
Deying Empire
Trading with the Enemy in Colonial New York 
Thomas M. Truxes
Finalist for the 2008 Francis Parkman Prize,sponsored by the Society of AmericanHistorians
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 American History 
Findings
The Material Culture of Needlework and Sewing
Mary C. Beaudry
Mary C. Beaudry mines archaeologicalndings rom the middle ages throughthe industrial revolution to discover what needles, thimbles, bobbins, andother artiacts o sewing and needleworkreveal about the cultures in which they  were used.
Cloth 2007 256 pp. 46 b/w illus.ISBN 13: 978-0-300-11093-7 $60.00
Foul Bodies
Cleanliness in Early America
Kathleen M. Brown
This unusual history examines how practices and attitudes toward cleanli-ness and dirt evolved in America romthe arrival o the rst Europeans to themid-1800s. Personal care o the body is not simply a private matter, the bookshows, but an expression o culturalideals and undamental social values.
Cloth 2009 464 pp. 35 b/w illus.ISBN 13: 978-0-300-10618-3 $45.00
New 
Jonathan Edwards’s“Sinners in the Handso an Angry God”
A Casebook 
Edited by Wilson H. Kimnach,
University o Bridgeport 
, CalebJ. D. Maskell, and Kenneth P.Minkema
Designed specically or the classroom,this volume presents the accurate anddenitive version o 
Sinners 
, accompa-nied by the tools necessary to study andteach this amous American sermon.
A Yale Course BookPaper 2010 224 pp. 29 b/w illus.ISBN 13: 978-0-300-14038-5 $14.00
New 
The Papers o Benjamin Franklin
Volume 39, January 21 throughMay 15, 1783
Edited by Ellen R. Cohn
 
Jonathan R. Dull, Senior AssociateEditor; Karen Duval, AssociateEditor; Kate M. Ohno, MichaelSletcher, and Philipp Ziesche,Assistant Editors
Cloth 2009 752 pp. 8 b/w illus.ISBN 13: 978-0-300-13448-3 $95.00
The Papers o Benjamin Franklin
Volume 38, August 16, 1782,through January 20, 1783
Edited by Ellen R. Cohn
 
Jonathan R. Dull, Senior AssociateEditor; Karen Duval, AssociateEditor; Judith M. Adkins, Kate M.Ohno, and Michael Sletcher,Assistant Editors
Cloth 2006 784 pp.ISBN 13: 978-0-300-10930-6 $100.00
The Making o JohnLedyard
Empire and Ambition in the Lifeof an Early American Traveler
Edward G. Gray
This engaging book oers a rollickingaccount o the lie o American adven-turer John Ledyard as well as importantinsights into early modern empire in theRevolutionary era. Whether living withthe Iroquois, sailing with Captain Cook,conerring with Thomas Jeerson, ortrekking through Siberia, Ledyard was both a product o empire and an agentin its growth.
Cloth 2007 240 pp. 15 gures & 5 mapsISBN 13: 978-0-300-11055-5 $37.00
New 
The Federalist Papers
Alexander Hamilton, JamesMadison, and John Jay; Editedand with an Introduction by IanShapiro,
Yale University 
This authoritative edition o the com-plete texts o the Federalist Papers, theConstitution, the Bill o Rights, and theArticles o Conederation is accompa-nied by essays in which leading scholarsprovide historical context and thematic background.
Paper 2009 608 pp.ISBN 13: 978-0-300-11890-2 $20.00
New 
The Hanging o Thomas Jeremiah
A Free Black Man’s Encounter with Liberty
J. William Harris,
University o New Hampshire 
This book tells or the rst time thetragic story o Thomas Jeremiah, a blackman caught up in the turmoil o revolu-tion in Charleston, South Carolina, in1775.
Cloth 2009 240 pp. 22 b/w illus.ISBN 13: 978-0-300-15214-2 $27.50
Methodism
Empire of the Spirit
David Hempton
This lively history o the rise o Methodism charts the development o the movement rom its unpromisingorigins in England in the 1730s to itsmajor international importance by the1880s. The book explores Methodism’sphenomenal growth in the British Isles,America, and around the globe, and thecomplex reasons or its wide-rangingappeal.
2005 304 pp. 12 b/w illus.Cloth ISBN 13: 978-0-300-10614-5 $30.00Paper ISBN 13: 978-0-300-11976-3 $19.00
Colonial & Early America 

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These titles are on their way to me: Fletcher's _Growing Up in England: The Experience of Childhood 1600-1914_ and Crystal's _ A Little Book of Language_ (a nice start for relaxing reading after a few laps).
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These caught my eye on cursory study of the catalogue: 1)Household Gods, The British and their Possessions 2)Shopping in the Renaissance, Consumer Culture in Italy, 1400-1600 3) Picturing Russia, Exporations in Visual Culture 4) A New History of Early Christianity 5) A Little Book of Language 6) Growing up in England, The Experience of Childhood, 1600-1914... these are only the beginning of a goo
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A brilliant collection. I think the American public is smarter than most think. I imagine if it knew about these riches, you might have some best sellers on your hands. Thank you again. I loved the Lukacs book and see many more I must add to my collection.
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