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NYU Press | Fall 2012 Catalog

NYU Press | Fall 2012 Catalog

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NYU
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fall
2012
 
CoNteNts
General Interest ..........................
1–9
HIstory .......................................
10–15
socIoloGy ...................................
15–18
antHroPoloGy .................................
19
MedIa studIes ............................
20–22
cultural studIes .......................
22–24
law ..............................................
25–31
crIMInoloGy ...............................
32–35
PsycHoloGy ......................................
36
JewIsH studIes ...........................
37–38
relIGIon ...........................................
39
PolItIcal scIence .......................
40–42
ArchAeology • history (isAw)
........
43
lIbrary of arabIc lIterature ...
44–45
MontHly revIew Press ...............
46–51
best of tHe backlIst .................
52–54
Index ................................................
55
sales InforMatIon ..........................
56
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a ig p  i mh-m : .p.g
sePtembeR
New iN PaPeRbaCkblc n Ln arc
H li G, J., Pg. 12
New iN PaPeRbaCkCn wlr
k s. G, Pg. 30
Cy  Pr
G ei:dh dh M, Pg. 9
moNthLY Review PResst endl Cr
Jh bm f r w. Mch, Pg. 46
elun nd mrly
ei  Jm e. fmig s li, Pg. 42
fld ednc
di a. Hi, Pg. 25
fl sldr n srr Ln
Mgh H. Mkzi, Pg. 41
t gndr trp
emi w. k, Pg. 16
New iN PaPeRbaCkgn n  g
Dba l. Bak, P. 27
New iN PaPeRbaCkh Crpu r 9/11
Jh Hz, Pg. 28
New iN PaPeRbaCkhr scury
Aan Kupk, P. 17
mculn nd  L
ei  f r cp
and Ann c. Mgn, P. 27
New iN PaPeRbaCkt mr  sn anu
r d. Pm, Pg. 14
Now baCk iN PRiNtN Yr Cy Crn,1667–1850
Ghm r G Hg,Pg. 14
New iN PaPeRbaCkPrc  Prr Plc
r e, Pg. 41
slln sx or
k-i chi Jm o. fi, Pg. 35
oCtobeR
blc nd wn Crn arc
J e. sh Mih o. em, Pg. 39
New iN PaPeRbaCkClnzn nd i Dcnn
b c. tm, Pg. 12
New iN PaPeRbaCkgun Crudr
s Mz, Pg. 15
New iN PaPeRbaCk Ju trd
b epz Ház-t sph Jph P,Pg. 28
t Nru elz tul
a chmi, Pg. 1
Punn irn
ei  chi e. ki,Mji s. Zz, rmi Míz, J., Pg. 35
Rpc Yurl, Prc Yurl
l Gi, Pg. 18
moNthLY Review PResswlr Rdny
ei  cim chg,Pg. 50
NovembeR
moNthLY Review PRessfc  Ln arc
d G  s b,Pg. 49
idl tr
a l kigh, Pg. 22
in  sd  gr gnrn
Mnda l. Pa, P. 7
irl’ D hrrcy
ygi l, Pg. 15
 Jd Up
r J. k Mih d. whi, Pg. 34
 J Cncp  scrpur
ei  bjmi d. smm,Pg. 38
Ln Urn
di r. diz r d. t, Pg. 18
Ln, Pn, Pll, nd mc
ei G. b, Pg. 10
t mr
khi s, Pg. 21
Pry  gy ay
b b, Pg. 4
New iN PaPeRbaCkRdcl   Crrd
d f. G, Pg. 11
Rd fld
ei  l bi di fih, Pg. 19
scrd sudn
Ji G. wi, Pg. 39
scl D
li Mi ch, Pg. 24
s sl, blc grp
sim ci, Pg. 13
wll m
rh l ri, Pg. 8
DeCembeR
au nd Nu
Gg H, Pg. 43
aunc™
sh b-wi, Pg. 20
Clcl arc Lrur
s   G J  G, Pg. 44
t Clr  sund
Jh bi, Pg. 19
Curn kd
c J. b, Pg. 33
 Judn addc
r tig, Pg. 33
kd, Cp, nd Cnn
b c. f, Pg. 32
Ll Cpl
s a. rmiz, Pg. 26
L nd epr
fii am sh, Pg. 23
Ncnr Plcnd  supr Cur
sph M. fm, Pg. 30
Pn nd en
ei  Jm e. fmig,Pg. 42
Pur ar
l M s P b,Pg. 23
moNthLY Review PRessRc n Cu
e M dmígzei    hii  G P ag nimz, J., Pg. 48
Uncn blcn
ai lópz, Pg. 24
 JaNUaRY
ar expuln
Jh r, Pg. 38
Cl wr Dyny
kh J. Him, Pg. 6
Cnu Rprnn
f c. thm Mg s. wiim, Pg. 40
h i wr  scl i
Jnnf l, P. 17
moNthLY Review PRessLuc wr
b ng, Pg. 51
mn wn’ hr
ei  Pm s. n k Hm, Pg. 11
t N knp
nmi ch, Pg. 31
tcnly n Cn
c wi, Pg. 22
Up an  wll
r cig, Pg. 26
w i Prnd?
ei  li c. Mci di c, Pg. 31
wy Jury Duy mr
a Ghi fg, Pg. 5
febRUaRY
bll, b,nd bnnr  Pc
Ma r. Kapp, P. 37
Dn nd Crnl brn  wrplc
ei  s M. ei, Pg. 36
t epl n Ll try
ei   Jph e. l, Pg. 45
L nd mny
li H, Pg. 21
moNthLY Review PResson Dy n Dcr
Nan su, P. 47
Pr  our Dcrcy
Mji Hi, Pg. 29
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The “Mscenes,” Nos. 501-832, vo. 18 o The Woks o Jonthn Ews 
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Who was Eizabeth Tutte?In most histories, she is a ootnote, a bip. At best, she is a mi-nor viain in the story o Jonathan Edwards, perhaps the greatestAmerican theoogian o the coonia era. Many historians considerJonathan Edwards a theoogica genius, widy ahead o his time, aPuritan hero. Eizabeth Tutte was Edwards’s “crazy grandmother,”the one whose madness and adutery drove his despairing grand-ather to divorce.In this compeing and meticuousy researched work o micro-history, Ava Chamberain unearths a uer history o EizabethTutte. It is a vioent and tragic story in which anious patriarchsstrugge to govern their househods, unruy women disobey theirhusbands, menta iness tears amiies apart, and oved ones diesudden deaths. Through the ens o Eizabeth Tutte, Chamberainre-eamines the common narrative o Jonathan Edwards’s ances-try, giving his ong-ignored paterna grandmother a voice. Tracingthis story into the 19th century, she creates a new way o ook-ing at both ordinary amiies o coonia New Engand and howJonathan Edwards’s amiy has been remembered by his descend-ants, contemporary historians, and, signicanty, eugenicists. Foras Chamberain uncovers, it was during the eugenics movement,which empoyed the Edwards amiy as an idea, that the crazy-grandmother story took shape.
The Notoous Ezbeth Tutte 
not ony brings to ight the tragicstory o an ordinary woman iving in eary New Engand, it asoepores the deeper tension between the idea o Puritan amiy ieand its messy reaity, compicating the way America has thoughtabout its Puritan past.
“Long beore there was Lizzie Borden, there were axemurders, insanity, and torn amilies in New England. No one has tackled the issues o domestic violence, di-vorce, murder, and madness in colonial New Englandin the masterly way that Chamberlain does in this his-torical detective story....Anyone interested in seriously conronting the true past behind Elizabeth's grandson Jonathan Edwards, America's most inuential reli- gious fgure, must come to grips with this revealing study.”
Kenneth P. Minkema, Executive Editor,Jonathan Edwards Center, Yale University 
The blood-soaked tale o a madwoman in the attic o Puritan America
th nieizbh t
Marriage, Madness, and Murderin the Famiy o Jonathan Edwards
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