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UMass Press Fall/Winter 2011-2012 Catalog

UMass Press Fall/Winter 2011-2012 Catalog

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University of Massachusetts Press, new books for Fall/Winter 2011-2012.
University of Massachusetts Press, new books for Fall/Winter 2011-2012.

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New Books for Fall & Winter 2011–2012
 
Cover art:Louis Comfort Tiffany and Samuel Coleman for Tiffany Glass andDecorating Company, tile mosaic from the Havemeyer entrance hall,1891–1892. Courtesy University of Michigan Museum of Art.From
 A Kind of Archeology
, p. 8.
The University of Massachusetts Press is a memberof the Association of American University Presses.
Contents
New Books 1Selected Backlist 21Series 30Digital Editions (E-Books) 30About the Press 31Sales Information 31Order Form 32Art Credits 32Contact Information 32
Author IndexBauman,
Gateway to Vacationland
9Benes,
Meetinghouses of Early New England
7Brooks & Brooks,
The Emergence of China
20Daly,
Covering America
2Donohue,
Liberty and Justice for All?
13Erekson,
Everybody’s History
12Falk,
Upstaging the Cold Wa
r 18Hagopian,
The Vietnam War in American Memory
16Hoberman,
New Israel / New England
6Kuzmarov,
Modernizing Repression
3Light,
Girls in Trouble
5Miller,
From Liberation to Conquest
10Parrish,
Ralph Ellison and the Genius of America
4Pelka,
What We Have Done
1Schmitt,
President of the Other America
17Smith,
Cesare Pavese and America
19Steele,
Design in the Little Garden
14Stillinger,
A Kind of Archeology
8Vernon,
Graceland Cemetery
15Wadsworth & Wiegand,
Right Here I SeeMy Own Books
11Title Index
Cesare Pavese and America
, Smith 19
Covering America
, Daly 2
Design in the Little Garden
, Steele 14
The Emergence of China
, Brooks & Brooks 20
Everybody’s History
, Erekson 12
From Liberation to Conquest
, Miller 10
Gateway to Vacationland
, Bauman 9
Girls in Trouble
, Light 5
Graceland Cemetery
, Vernon 15
A Kind of Archeology
, Stillinger 8
Liberty and Justice for All?
, Donohue 13
Meetinghouses of Early New England
, Benes 7
Modernizing Repression
, Kuzmarov 3
New Israel / New England
, Hoberman 6
President of the Other America
, Schmitt 17
Ralph Ellison and the Genius of America
, Parrish 4
Right Here I See My Own Books
, Wadsworth &Wiegand 11
Upstaging the Cold War 
, Falk 18
The Vietnam War in American Memory
, Hagopian 16
What We Have Done
, Pelka 1
 
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Compelling rst-person accounts o the struggle to secure equal rights orAmericans with disabilities
What We Have Done
An Oral History o the Disability RightsMovement
Fred Pelka
“Nthin abut u withut u” ha bn a cr prin-cip  Amrican diabiit riht actiit r mrthan ha a cntur. It rprnt a rpn b ppwith diabiiti t bin tratd with crn and abur a bjct  pit, and t hain th mt undamn-ta dciin ratin t thir i—whr th wudi; i and hw th wud b ducatd; i th wudb awd t marr r ha amii; indd, i thwud b prmittd t i at a—mad b th whwr, in th paranc  th mmnt, “tmprariab-bdid.”In
What We Have Done: An Oral History of theDisability Rights Movement,
Frd Pa ta thatan at ac au. H prnt th ic  di-abiit riht actiit wh, in th prid rm 1950t 1990, tranrmd hw cit iw pp withdiabiiti, and rcunt hw th ariu tram th mmnt cam tthr t puh thruh thAmrican with Diabiiti Act  1990, th mtwpin cii riht iatin inc paa  thCii Riht Act  1964. Binnin with th tri th wh rw up with diabiiti in th 1940and ’50, th b trac hw diabiit cam tb n a a pitica iu, and hw pp withdiabiiti—tn iatd, intitutinaid, andmarinaid—rd a mmnt anau tth cii riht, wmn’ riht, and a rihtmmnt, and uht r u and qua partici-patin in Amrican cit.
Disability Studies/American History592 pp., 24 illus.$29.95t paper, ISBN 978--55849-99-5$90.00 unjacketed cloth, ISBN 978--55849-98-8February 202
“This book makes a unique and importantcontribution to the eld o disability move-ment history. Featuring the words o bothactivist oot soldiers and movement leaders,
What We Have Done
documents how peoplewith diverse disabilities ought against pre-judice and discrimination and won landmarkpolitical and legal victories equivalent to thoseo the Arican American and other civil rightsmovements o twentieth-century America.”—Mary Lou Breslin, coounder o theDisability Rights Education and Deense Fund
FReD PelkA, an indpndnt char, iauthr  
The ABC-CLIO Guide to the Dis-ability Rights Movement
and
The Civil War Letters of Charles F. Johnson, Invalid Corps
(Unirit  Maachutt Pr, 2004).

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