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UMass Press Fall & Winter 2012-2013 Catalog

UMass Press Fall & Winter 2012-2013 Catalog

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University of Massachusetts Press new books for fall and winter 2012-2013
University of Massachusetts Press new books for fall and winter 2012-2013

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Published by: UMassPress on May 01, 2012
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New Books for Fall & Winter 2012–2013
 Cover art:Harry Fenn,
Lake Memphremagog 
, September 1894. Watercolorand gouache. Courtesy of William V. Abt. From
Creating a World on Paper 
, p. 6.
The University of Massachusetts Press is a memberof the Association of American University Presses.
New Books 1Selected Backlist 19Series 30Digital Editions (E-Books) 30About the Press 31Sales Information 31Order Form 32Art Credits 32Contact Information 32
Author Index
Barnhisel and Turner,
Pressing the Fight
To Fight Aloud Is Very Brave
Dying in Character 
One Colonial Woman’s World
The Mistakes of Yesterday, the Hopesof Tomorrow
Buying the Farm
UMass Rising 
Constituting Old Age in Early Modern EnglishLiterature
Agent Orange
1Morgan, Cushing, and Reed,
Community by Design
The Insistent Call
Creating a World on Paper 
Domestic Frontiers
Edwards and the Gospel of Love
Tragic No More
My Escapee
The World of W.E.B. Du Bois
Alice Morse Earle and the Domestic History of Early America
Title Index
Agent Orange
, Martini 1
Alice Morse Earle and the Domestic History of Early America
, Williams 11
Buying the Farm
, Fels 8
Community by Design
, Morgan, Cushing, and Reed 7
Constituting Old Age in Early Modern EnglishLiterature
, Martin 13
Creating a World on Paper 
, Rainey 6
Domestic Frontiers
, Reeves-Ellington 14
Dying in Character 
, Berman 12
The Insistent Call
, Putnam 15
 Jonathan Edwards and the Gospel of Love
, Story 9
The Mistakes of Yesterday, the Hopes of Tomorrow
,Dougan 4
My Escapee
, Vallianatos 3
One Colonial Woman’s World
, Coughlin 10
Pressing the Fight
, Barnhisel and Turner 17
To Fight Aloud Is Very Brave
, Barrett 2
Tragic No More
, Streeter 5
UMass Rising 
, Greider 18
The World of W.E.B. Du Bois
, Weinberg 16
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A pobig eassessmet o a cotovesiallegacy o the Vietam Wa
Agent Orange
Histoy, Sciece, ad the Politics o Ucetaity
Edwin A. Martini
Taking on what one ormer U.S. ambassador called“the last ghost o the Vietnam War,” this book examinesthe ar-reaching impact o Agent Orange, the most ina-mous o the dioxin-contaminated herbicides used byAmerican orces in Southeast Asia. Edwin A. Martini’saim is not simply to reconstruct the history o the“chemical war” but to investigate the ongoing contro-versy over the short- and long-term eects o weapon-ized deoliants on the environment o Vietnam, on thecivilian population, and on the troops who ought onboth sides.Beginning in the early 1960s, when Agent Orangewas rst deployed in Vietnam, Martini ollows thestory across geographical and disciplinary boundaries,looking or answers to a host o still unresolved ques-tions. What did chemical manuacturers and Americanpolicymakers know about the eects o dioxin onhuman beings, and when did they know it? How muchdo scientists and doctors know even today? Should theuse o Agent Orange be considered a orm o chemicalwarare? What can, and should, be done or U.S. veter-ans, Vietnamese victims, and others around the worldwho believe they have medical problems caused byAgent Orange?Martini draws on military records, governmentreports, scientic research, visits to contaminated sites,and interviews to disentangle conficting claims andevaluate oten ambiguous evidence. He shows that theimpact o Agent Orange has been global in its reach. Yetor all the answers it provides, this book also reveals howmuch uncertainty—scientic, medical, legal, and politi-cal—continues to surround the legacy o Agent Orange. 
“Oe o the boldest ad most impessive bookso the Vietam Wa that I have ead i the lastew yeas. It is deeply eseached, iovative iscope, ad udametally challegig to maypoits o covetioal wisdom o the coict.Beyod that, Edwi Matii’s study iteogatesbasic questios about sciece, causality, adcetaity that ew othe woks o histoy—oay subject—addess.”—Jeemi Sui, autho o 
Liberty’s SurestGuardian: American Nation-Building from theFounders to Obama
“Matii’s cosideable talets as a stoytelleoly seve to illumiate his compehesiveeseach. This is such a poweul combiatioo aative skill ad bibliogaphic evidece thatot oly does
 Agent Orange
make a sigifcatcotibutio to its feld, it is had to imagiewhy ayoe would attempt to add to this bodyo liteatue.”—David Ziele, autho o 
The Invention of Ecocide: Agent Orange and the Scientists WhoChanged the Way We Think about theEnvironment
is associate proessoro history at Western Michigan Universityand author o 
Invisible Enemies: The AmericanWar on Vietnam, 1975–2000
(University o Massachusetts Press, 2007).
Ameica Histoy / Ameica Studies / Eviometal Histoy328 pp., 15 illus.$24.95 pape, ISBn 978-1-55849-975-1$80.00 ujacketed cloth, ISBn 978-1-55849-974-4Octobe 2012
 A volume in the series Culture, Politics, and the Cold War 

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