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Jim Cohee

africa..................................................................39-43 african american................................................29 anthropology.......................27, 39, 40-42, 44-47 ar t.............................................................................16 asia..................................................................4,47,49 biography........................................................4,14,15 contemporar y issues...........................5,10,11,29 cultural studies.....................................................44 eastern europe........................................11, 12, 15 education...........................................................16,28 environmental........................................................47 ethnomusicology............................................42, 43 Feminist....................................................................39 Fiction.......................................................................19 Film & media......................................................4, 43 Food studies...........................................................47 Folklore....................................................................48 gender......................................................................44 Holocaust.........................................................12, 31 Home design.........................................................17 indiana...............................................................24-26 islam............................................................40, 41, 44 Judaica.................................................10, 13, 30, 45 language & linguistics.........................................49 latin america & the caribbean.......................47 literar y criticism & theor y........................28, 42 literature.................................................................30 nor th america.........................................................4 media............................................................5, 40, 41 memoir.........................................................1, 18, 23 middle east.............................................. 30, 43, 45 music..................................................1-3, 17, 32-35 new age.................................................................27 outdoors & nature.............................................23 paleontology...........................................................22 performing ar ts..............................................15, 34 philosophy.........................................................36-39 photography.........................................2, 12, 24, 25 political science................................................6, 29 popular culture........................................................3 railroads & transpor tation..................20, 21, 27 religion........................................13, 37, 38, 41, 45 russia & eastern europe....................................45 science..............................................................22, 26 u.s. Histor y....................................................6, 7, 29 War & militar y.....................................................8, 9 Women’s studies..................................................11

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DaviD Baker
A Legacy in Music Monika Herzig
With contributions by J. B. Dyas, John edward Hasse, Willard Jenkins, Lissa May, Brent Wallarab, and David Ward-Steinmann Foreword by Quincy Jones
From studio to st a g e wi t h o n e o F t h e w o r ld ’s best-loved jazz m u s i c i a n s a living jazz legend, musician and composer david baker has made a distinctive mark on the world of music in his nearly 60-year career—as player (chiefly on trombone and cello), composer, and educator. in this richly illustrated volume, monika herzig explores baker’s artistic legacy, from his days as a jazz musician in indianapolis to his long-term gig as distinguished Professor of music at indiana university and chairman of the jazz studies department that he founded. baker’s credits are striking: in the 1960s he was a member of george russell’s “out there” sextet and orchestra; by the 1980s he was in the jazz educator’s hall of fame. his compositions have been recorded by performers as diverse as dexter gordon and janos starker, the composer’s string Quartet, and the czech Philharmonic. Featuring enlightening interviews with baker and a cd of unreleased recordings and baker compositions, this book brings a jazz legend into clear view. Monika Herzig is a recording artist for owl studios and a touring jazz pianist. Her music has received awards from Down Beat, ascap, and Billboard. Herzig teaches classes on the music industry and community arts organizations at indiana university bloomington.
“Herzig provides a thoroughly researched account of Baker’s compelling life and his influential pedagogical approach filled with contributions and heartfelt remembrances from the people who know him best.” —david borgo, author of Sync or Swarm: Improvising Music in a Complex Age

David Baker
A LegAcy in Music Monika Herzig With contributions by J.B. Dyas, John Edward Hasse, Willard Jenkins, Lissa May, Brent Wallarab, and David Ward-Steinmann Foreword by Quincy Jones

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portrait of a jazz club

Keystone Ko r n e r
Photographs and Interviews by Kathy Sloane Edited by Sascha Feinstein and Kathy Sloane

keyStone korner
Portrait of a Jazz Club Photographs and interviews by kathy Sloane edited by Sascha Feinstein and kathy Sloane

l o o k i n g b a c k a t a w e s t co a s t j a z z o a s i s during the 1970s, when jazz clubs all over america were folding under the onslaught of rock ‘n’ roll and disco, san Francisco’s keystone korner was an oasis for jazz musicians and patrons. tucked next to a police station in the city’s north beach area, the korner became known as one of the most important jazz spots in the united states. it was so beloved by musicians that superstars mccoy tyner, Freddie hubbard, ron carter, and elvin jones played a benefit concert just so the club could buy a liquor license. in this book, more than 100 black-and-white photographs and a marvelous collage of oral histories chronicle the keystone experience.

“...a welcome and much-needed addition to the documentation of jazz in America.”—nat hentoff, record producer, photographer, and author of The Ghosts of Harlem, among many other books

katHy SLoane has been a freelance photographer for 35 years and has exhibited her jazz images in san Francisco, oakland, and los angeles. in new york, she exhibited together with bassist/photographer milt Hinton. a portfolio of her work was featured in Jazz Times, and five of her images appeared in Ken burns’s pbs miniseries Jazz.

Jazz Fiction
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BeetHoven in aMerica
Michael Broyles

a Po P-cultural to u r o F be e t h o ve n ’s a m e ri c a beethoven permeates american culture. his image appears on countless busts and coffee mugs; his music is heard in movie scores, tv soundtracks, commercials, and pop songs; he is schroeder’s god in Peanuts and chuck berry’s freaked-out parent in “roll over beethoven.” in this book, michael broyles seeks to understand the composer as he exists in the american imagination and explores how beethoven became a cultural icon. broyles examines beethoven’s appearance in a variety of contexts: american commercialism, the afrocentrist and black power movements, and the modernist critique of romanticism. he considers portrayals of beethoven in american film and theater and the uses of his music in film scores, as well as references to beethoven and his music in disco, country, rock, and rap. in the end, he shows that to examine beethoven on american soil is to examine america itself. MicHaeL BroyLeS is professor of music at Florida state university and former distinguished professor of music and professor of american History at pennsylvania state university. His most recent book (with denise von glahn), Leo Ornstein: Modernist Dilemmas, Personal Choices (iup, 2007), won the irving lowens prize in 2007.

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“This book fills a great gap in our understanding both of Beethoven and of American culture. The panorama of this narrative encompasses antebellum rice plantations in South Carolina and the film studios of Hollywood, music critic John Dwight and rock star Chuck Berry, Theosophy and Black Power, Beethoven’s sketches, and YouTube videos.” —christopher reynolds, university of california, davis

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JoHn coateS
The Man who Built the snowman Marie Beardmore
Foreword by raymond Briggs

a vi vi d P o r t r a y a l oF a c e le b r a t e d F i g u r e i n a n i m a tion john coates is best known as the producer of The Snowman, When the Wind Blows, Wind in the Willows, Willows in Winter, and Famous Fred, and as the man behind the beatles film Yellow Submarine. this intimate biography takes the reader on a journey through coates’s early life, his years as an army officer in the 11th hussars in world war ii, and his postwar life as a distributor for rank films throughout asia, before returning to england and eventually taking over tv cartoons. with a foreword by raymond briggs and an epilogue by coates himself, this abundantly illustrated work also includes a dvd of selections from coates’s work. Marie BearDMore is a former media journalist based in paris, where she writes for tv and is working on her own projects, including the adult animation Umbilical Man and a graphic novel, Rose.

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MurDer, tHe MeDia, anD tHe PoLiticS oF PuBLic FeeLingS
Remembering Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr. Jennifer Petersen

m arshaling P ubli c e m o t i o n s i n t o P o l i t i c a l a c t i o n in 1998, the horrific murders of matthew shepard—a gay man living in laramie, wyoming—and james byrd jr.—an african american man dragged to his death in jasper, texas—provoked a passionate public outrage. the intense media coverage of the murders made moments of violence based in racism and homophobia highly visible, which eventually led to the passage of the matthew shepard and james byrd jr. hate crimes Prevention act in 2009. the role the media played in cultivating, shaping, and directing the collective emotional response toward these crimes is the subject of this gripping new book by jennifer Petersen. tracing the emotional exchange from news stories to the creation of law, Petersen calls for an approach to media and democratic politics that takes into account the role of affect in the political and legal life of the nation.

Murder, the Media, and the Politics of Public Feelings
Remembering Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr.

JENNIFER PETERSEN

“[Peterson] breaks new ground by showing how

JenniFer PeterSen is assistant professor of media studies at the university of virginia. Her work has appeared in numerous journals including Media, Culture & Society and Critical Studies in Media Communication.

national and local media coverage interact and how popular emotion and public legislation work together.”—john d. Peters, author of Courting the Abyss: Free Speech and the Liberal Tradition “...engrossing and expertly-argued reading. Petersen gracefully blends theoretical investigations with narrative recountings of the two cases.” —beth loffreda, author of Losing Matt Shepard: Life and Politics in the Aftermath of Anti-Gay Murder

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FDr, DeWey, anD tHe eLection oF 1944
David M. Jordan

a gr i P Pi n g n a r r a t i ve oF Po l i t i c s a n d t h e Pr e s i d e n cy i n t i m e oF w a r although the presidential election of 1944 placed Fdr in the white house for an unprecedented fourth term, historical memory of the election itself has been overshadowed by the war, roosevelt’s health and his death the following april, truman’s ascendancy, and the decision to drop the atomic bomb. today most people assume that Fdr’s reelection was assured. yet, as david m. jordan’s engrossing account reveals, neither the outcome of the campaign nor even the choice of candidates was certain. just a week before election day, pollster george gallup thought a small

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shift in votes in a few key states would award the election to thomas e. dewey. though the democrats urged voters not to “change horses in midstream,” the republicans countered that the war would be won “quicker with dewey and bricker.” with its insider tales and accounts of party politics and campaigning for votes in the shadow of war and an uncertain future, FDR, Dewey, and the Election of 1944 makes for a fascinating chapter in american political history.

“All presidential elections are important—and interesting. The 1944 election is no exception. It’s a good story and Jordan tells it well.” —gary donaldson, author of Truman Defeats Dewey

DaviD M. JorDan is author of Roscoe Conkling of New York: Voice in the Senate; Winfield Scott Hancock: A Soldier’s Life (iup, 1988); “Happiness Is Not My Companion”: The Life of General G. K. Warren (iup, 2001); and Occasional Glory: A History of the Philadelphia Phillies.

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FigHting For aMerica
The Struggle for Mastery in North America, 1519–1871 Jeremy Black
a swee P ing histo r y oF n a t i o n s g r aP P li n g F o r c o n t r o l o F a continent Prize-winning author jeremy black traces the competition for control of north america from the landing of spanish troops under hernan cortés in modern mexico in 1519 to 1871 when, with the treaty of washington and the withdrawal of most british garrisons, britain accepted american mastery in north america. in this wide-ranging narrative, black makes clear that the process by which america gained supremacy was far from inevitable. the story black tells is one of conflict, diplomacy, geopolitics, and politics. the eventual result was the creation of a united states of america that stretched from atlantic to Pacific and dominated north america. the gradual withdrawal of France and spain, the british accommodation to the expanding u.s. reality, the impact of the american civil war, and the subjugation of native peoples are all carefully drawn out. black emphasizes contingency not manifest destiny and reconceptualizes american exceptionalism to take note of the pressures and impact of international competition.

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The Struggle for Mastery in North America, 1519-1871 Jeremy Black

“A refreshing take on Manifest Destiny. . . .

JereMy BLack is a british historian and professor of History at the university of exeter. He is author of more than 100 books and received the samuel eliot morison prize from the society for military History in 2008.

American (and Canadian) readers will learn a lot of new things and be led into new ways of viewing old ones. An important contribution.” —walter nugent, author of Into the West: The Story of Its People

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Warfare in Woods and

WarFare in WooDS anD ForeStS
anthony clayton
Foreword by general charles guthrie, Lord guthrie of craigiebank (formerly chief of Defence Staff, uk)
t h e w a r t i m e h o r r o r s lu r k i n g i n w o o d s a n d F o r e s ts Fighting in woods and forests is a very special form of war. avoided by military commanders unless such terrain is to their advantage, for soldiers forest battles are a chaotic mix of dread, determination, and, all too often, death. adversaries remain in constant fear of concealed ambush, casualties usually must be abandoned, and prisoners who cannot be guarded are killed. heightened fear can lead to excesses. too often, armies have been badly prepared and trained for such warfare and have suffered severely for it. in Warfare in Woods and Forests, noted military historian anthony clayton describes major events in woods and forest warfare from the first century ce to the 21st. these events involve roman soldiers in germany 2,000 years ago; north americans in 18th- and 19th-century conflicts; invaders of russia in 1812 and 1941; british, French, and americans in France in 1916 and 1918; americans in the hürtgen Forest in 1944; and modern-day russian soldiers in chechnya. antHony cLayton is a retired official of the british colonial government of Kenya, former senior lecturer at the royal military academy, sandhurst, and former associate lecturer at the university of surrey. He is author of 15 books including Paths of Glory: The French Army,1914–1918; The British Officer: Leaders of the Army from 1660 to the Present; and Defeat: When Nations Lose a War.

forests QQQ Anthony ClAyton

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“An important book. One of the most compelling and thoughtful ARVN [Army of the Republic of Viet Nam] accounts I have ever read. . . . It is an unblinking, unflinching account . . . a very honest book, the author’s integrity comes through on every page.” —david t. zabecki, maj. gen., u.s. army (ret.)

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a ProPHetic Peace
Judaism, Religion, and Politics alick isaacs
Personal reFlections on judaism and war challenging deeply held convictions about judaism, zionism, war, and peace, alick isaacs’s combat experience in the second lebanon war provoked him to search for a way of reconciling the belligerence of religion with its messages of peace. in his insightful readings of the texts of biblical prophecy and rabbinic law, isaacs draws on the writings of ludwig wittgenstein, jacques derrida, abraham joshua heschel, and martin buber,

Prophetic Peace
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among others, to propose an ambitious vision of religiously inspired peace. rejecting the notion of jewish theology as partial to war and vengeance, this eloquent and moving work points to the ways in which judaism can be a path to peace. A Prophetic Peace describes an educational project called talking Peace whose aim is to bring individuals of different views together to share varying understandings of peace. aLick iSaacS is a research fellow at the Hartman institute’s Kogod center for contemporary Jewish thought and teaches at the melton center for Jewish education and rothberg school for overseas students, both at the Hebrew university of Jerusalem. He is co-director of the talking peace project sponsored by mishkenot sha’ananim in Jerusalem.

Alick Isaacs

“A timely, highly original, and important work. . . . What renders this book quite unique is its powerful and truly engaging autobiographical setting that lends Isaacs’s argument a compelling first person urgency.” —menachem Fisch, author of Rational Rabbis: Science and Talmudic Culture (iuP, 1997)

Israeli Palestinian Narratives Conflict
History’s Double Helix of and

Robert I. Rotberg

Edited by

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Surviving tHe BoSnian genociDe
The Women of Srebrenica Speak Selma Leydesdorff
translated by kay richardson
the 1995 srebrenica massacre and its imPact on women survivors in july 1995, the army of the serbian republic killed some 8,000 bosnian men and boys in and around the town of srebrenica—the largest mass murder in europe since world war ii. Surviving the Bosnian Genocide is based on the testimonies of 60 female survivors of the massacre who were interviewed by dutch historian selma leydesdorff. the women, many of whom still live in refugee camps, talk about their lives before the bosnian war, the events of the massacre, and the ways they have tried to cope with their fate. drawing on their memories, though fragmented by trauma, the women tell of life and survival under extreme conditions, while recalling a time before the war when muslims, croats, and serbs lived together peaceably. by giving them a voice, this book looks beyond the rapes, murders, and atrocities of that dark time to show the agency of these women during and after the war and their fight to uncover the truth of what happened at srebrenica and why. SeLMa LeyDeSDorFF is professor of oral History and culture at the university of amsterdam. she is author of We Lived with Dignity: The Jewish Proletariat of Amsterdam, 1900–1940 and editor (with nanci adler, mary chamberlain, and leyla neyzi) of Memories of Mass Repression: Narrating Life Stories in the Aftermath of Atrocity. kay ricHarDSon is a retired editor with 30 years of experience in international scholarly publishing. during her 13 years of residence in the netherlands, she gained fluency in dutch and developed an abiding interest in dutch history and culture.
“A book of remarkable integrity that gives the victims voices, faces, families, and lives. . . . The author succeeds in creating an honest and sensitive picture from the jumble of stories, emotions, and reminiscences. . . . A work of great social relevance.” —Internationale Spectator

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ugoslavia exploded onto the front pages of world newspapers in the early 1990s. The War of Yugoslav Succession of 1991–95 convinced many that interethnic violence was endemic to politics in Yugoslavia and that the Yugoslav meltdown had occurred because of ancient hatreds. In this thematic history of Yugoslavia in the twentieth century, Sabrina P. Ramet demonstrates that, on the contrary, the instability of the three twentieth-century Yugoslav states—the interwar kingdom (1918–41), socialist Yugoslavia (1945–91), and the rump Yugoslav state created in 1992 out of Serbia and Montenegro—can be attributed to the failure of succeeding governments to establish the rule of law and political legitimacy. Ramet places emphasis on the failure of the state-building project and the absence of political legitimation, rather than on ineluctable or abstract historical forces. Based on extensive archival research and fieldwork and the culmination of more than two decades of study, The Three Yugoslavias is a major contribution to an understanding of Yugoslavia and its successor states.

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LaSt FoLio
LAST FOLIO
Textures of Jewish Life in Slovakia yuri Dojc and katya krausova
Photographs by yuri Dojc
remembrance oF a once-thriving jewish culture in slovakia Last Folio features stunning photographs taken by yuri dojc of once-vibrant jewish communities throughout slovakia. dojc’s photographic journey began in an abandoned school in bardejov where time had stood still since the day in 1942 when its students were taken to concentration camps. the books were still there, along with student essays marked with corrections and school reports—all disintegrating on dusty shelves.
TEXTURES OF JEWISH LIFE IN SLOVAKIA

dojc’s eloquent photographs treat the decaying books as survivors, the last witnesses to what had been a thriving culture. Last Folio also includes portraits of aging slovak holocaust survivors and images of the poignant ruins of schools, synagogues, mikvahs, and cemeteries. with texts by lucia Faltin, katya krausova, david g. marwell, and azar nafisi, Last Folio presents a stirring tribute to a vanished culture.

Yuri Dojc and Katya Krausova Photographs by Yuri Dojc

“Books in these photographs . . . are possessed by spirits exorcised through Yuri Dojc’s magical eye: as they disintegrate into dust, the camera illuminates how that moment of disintegration is also a moment of immense energy and movement, one last and glorious statement of defiance, resisting both death and oblivion.” —azar nafisi, author of Reading Lolita in Tehran: A Memoir in Books “In the context of the trauma of the Holocaust, Dojc has delivered hauntingly beautiful images—jewel-like tokens—that link us by imagination to a lost world and time. . . . As we look at these images of all that remained, we remember all that was lost.” —david g. marwell, director, museum of jewish heritage
today. People who have family connections with Polish Galicia will find this an invaluable sourcebook on their own heritage, but its innovative approach to understanding the past will appeal to anyone concerned with questions of history, memory, and identity, and how photography can make the past accessible.
Michael Schudrich, Chief Rabbi of Poland
Judaica . Eastern Europe

yuri DoJc is an internationally acclaimed photographer whose work is included in the collections of the library of congress, the national gallery of canada, and the national museum of slovakia. an emigré to canada from czechoslovakia, he received a medal of honor from the slovak ambassador to the united states in 2001 for We Endured, a series of portraits of Holocaust survivors. katya krauSova, a television producer who emigrated to great britain from czechoslovakia in 1968, is a co-founder of portobello pictures, an independent film and television production company in the united Kingdom which won the 1997 academy award for best Foreign language Film for Kolya.

Webber & Schwarz

‘Polish–Jewish relations have long suffered from stereotypes and false accusations on both sides, and this is a major attempt to right the wrongs of the past . . . A courageous and honest work, imbued with spirituality and feeling for the places and the subject.’ ‘Chris Schwarz and Jonathan Webber have poignantly captured the ruins of memory. Tradition, religion, culture, language, architecture, homes, places of worship, and cemeteries, all beautifully photographed, clearly explained. Their work is a fitting memorial to the Jews of Galicia, who survive only through these whispered traces.’
Stephen Smith, Chair, Holocaust Memorial Day Trust, UK

Published for the

The Galicia Jewish Museum
www.galiciajewishmuseum.org by

Rediscovering Traces of Memory
Jonathan Webber
photographs by

Jonathan Webber is a British social anthropologist who taught for many years at Oxford University before moving in 2002 to the University of Birmingham, where he holds the UNESCO Chair in Jewish and Interfaith Studies. He started his anthropological fieldwork in Galicia in 1988, and in 1993 began a collaboration with Chris Schwarz on a project which became known as Traces of Memory. He is a founder member of the Polish government’s International Auschwitz Council (established in 1990), vice-chairman of the Institute for Polish–Jewish Studies (established in Oxford in 1984 ), and chairman of the trustees of the Galicia Jewish Museum. In 1999 he was awarded the Golden Cross of the Order of Merit by the President of the Republic of Poland for services to Polish–Jewish relations. His publications include Jewish Identities in the New Europe (published by the Littman Library) and Auschwitz: A History in Photographs. He has been a visiting fellow at the Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut in Essen, the Zentrum für Interdisziplinäre Forschung in Bielefeld, and Collegium Budapest. Chris Schwarz was an acclaimed British photojournalist whose intellectual curiosity led him to travel widely and investigate a great range of topics. He worked for publications including Time Out and The Independent; collections of his photographs on social-welfare issues―including poverty, health issues, involuntary migrations, and urban ecology―were published in book form and displayed in exhibitions. His father’s origins in Lwów and his own interest in the Solidarity movement led him to Poland, where he teamed up with Jonathan Webber to work on the Traces of Memory project. Imbued with a passionate sense of social consciousness, in 2004 he opened the Galicia Jewish Museum in Kraków to showcase his photographs as a way of bringing the story of the Jewish heritage in Polish Galicia to Poland and to the world. He died in 2007.

The Littman Library of Jewish Civilization
www.littman.co.uk and

The Jewish Heritage of Polish Galicia
Chris Schwarz

Indiana University Press
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‘Chris Schwarz’s photos draw the eye and stir the heart; Jonathan Webber’s texts are informative, moving, and written with much wisdom. Altogether, it took a rare combination of brain, of heart, and of an intelligent and penetrating eye to produce a book that adds new layers to memory and inspires a yearning for what was lost. It will be a source of pride for every Jew―whether or not they have Galician roots.’
Shevach Weiss, former Israeli Ambassador to Poland

‘A stunning tribute to the Jewish heritage of Polish Galicia . . . immortalized in this exquisite photographic record and erudite commentary. A treasure for future generations.’
Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, New York University and Museum of the History of Polish Jews

‘A moving account of what is being done to preserve the memory of what was lost and of the people, both Poles and Jews, involved in this important undertaking.’
Antony Polonsky, Editor-in-Chief of Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry

‘Chris Schwarz’s photos are remarkable, and Jonathan Webber has a depth of knowledge about Jewish culture and the Jewish experience in Polish Galicia that few can equal. His wonderfully detailed―and highly readable―notes in the back section of the book evoke a rich texture of memory and tradition and loss and even hope.’
Ruth Ellen Gruber, author of National Geographic Jewish Heritage Travel: A Guide to Eastern Europe

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Cover illustration: The lion of Judah, derelict and headless, at the entrance to the abandoned, ruined synagogue of Dąbrowa Tarnowska: a trace of memory poignantly representing the Jewish world that was destroyed in the Holocaust. Photo Chris Schwarz © Galicia Jewish Museum 2009

‘Travelling with Jonathan Webber in Galicia was one of the most moving experiences of my life. Now every reader can participate in that journey through this extraordinary book, revisiting a past that has tragically vanished but continues to move and inspire.’
Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, host of TLC’s Shalom in the Home and founder of This World: The Values Network

$27.95 Littman Indiana

from the permanent exhibition of the Galicia Jewish Museum, Kraków

Since the Holocaust, traces of memory are virtually all that remain in Poland today after more than eight hundred years of Jewish life there. This remarkable album, published on behalf of the Galicia Jewish Museum in Kraków, offers a sensitive way of looking at that past. Based entirely on arresting, present-day colour photographs of Polish Galicia, it shows how much of that past can still be seen today if one knows how to look and how to interpret what one sees. The traces of the Jewish past in Polish Galicia can be approached from many angles. Jewish life in Poland was in ruins after the Holocaust, and so too were most of its synagogues and cemeteries. Much evidence of ruin remains, but, astonishingly, there are also traces that bear witness to the great Jewish civilization that once flourished there―synagogues and cemeteries of astounding beauty in villages and small towns as well as in the larger cities. One can also see the exact locations where the Germans murdered the Jews of Galicia in the Holocaust: not only in the infamous death camps and ghettos, but also in fields, in forests, and in rivers. The Germans tried to destroy even the memory of the Jews in Poland, and to a very great extent they succeeded; then came forty years of communism, including the antisemitic campaign of 1968. But now that Poland is once again part of a multicultural Europe, the great Jewish civilization that once flourished on Polish lands is increasingly being memorialized, by local Poles as well as by foreign Jews. Synagogues and cemeteries are being renovated, monuments are being erected, museums are being set up, pilgrimages are taking place, festivals of Jewish culture are being organized, books about Jews are being published, and there are once again rabbis and kosher food. So the traces of memory include how the past is being remembered in Poland today, and the people doing the remembering. Given all these perspectives, the contact with contemporary realities involves a complex emotional journey: grief at a civilization in ruins; pride in its spiritual and cultural achievements; anger at its destruction; nostalgia for a past that is gone; hope for the future. Considering each element in turn and offering cultural insights and information to support each of these responses, the combination of photos and text in this book not only informs but also suggests both how to make sense of the past and how to discover its relevance for the present. The seventy-four photographs are all fully captioned, with additional detailed background notes to explain and contextualize them. The idea is to help people understand the Jewish civilization of Polish Galicia in its local context on the basis of what can still be seen there
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toDay i aM a WoMan
Bat Mitzvah around the World edited by Barbara vinick and Shulamit reinharz
celebrating bat m i t z va h i n d i ve r s e je w i s h c u lt u r e s recollections of the first bat mitzvah at the only synagogue in indonesia, a poignant bat mitzvah memory of world war ii italy, and an american bat mitzvah shared with girls in a ukrainian orphanage—these are a few of the resonant testimonies about the transition from jewish girl to jewish woman collected in Today I Am a Woman. introduced by brief biographical notes and descriptions of jewish communities around the world, these stories reveal how judaism defines this important rite of passage in a girl’s life in widely disparate settings. the contributions are from bat mitzvah girls of the past and present, their parents, communities, and religious leaders. including evocative family photos—some recent, some from decades past—this rich compilation is an ideal gift for bat mitzvah celebrants, their families, and friends. BarBara vinick is affiliated with the Hadassah-brandeis institute at brandeis university, where she has studied gendered rituals in Jewish communities worldwide. SHuLaMit reinHarz is the Jacob potofsky professor of sociology at brandeis university, where she is director of the Hadassah-brandeis institute. Her publications include American Jewish Women and the Zionist Enterprise, Jewish Intermarriage around the World, and The JGirls’ Guide.

Today I Am a Woman
Bat Mitzvah around the World

edited by

Barbara Vinick & Shulamit Reinharz

“In Subotica [Serbia] in 1941, my sister Ruža had her bat mitzvah, along with 14 other girls. The bat mitzvah was celebrated on the day of the festival of Shavuot. All 15 girls wore white dresses and white gloves and each held one white rose. . . . After the benediction they each received a book of prayers to remember the day. . . . Then the war broke out. My sister took that book of prayers with her to forced labor and managed to bring it back home. I hope she has it still. She lives in Subotica and I live in Israel.” —edita deri “But 1938, a year that began with such promise and happiness, turned into a year of despair. I cannot think of my bat mitzvah [in Turin] without recalling every event of that fateful year. It was probably the most important year of my life for the development of my character, my personality, and my dreams. That is why I am telling this story.” —giorgina vitale

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Unlikely Champion of Women’s Rights
S y lv i a D . H o f f e r t

vAnderbilt belmont

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Unlikely Champion of Women’s Rights Sylvia D. Hoffert
t h e b i o g r aP h y o F a w e a lt h y a n d s t r o n g -w i ll e d F e minist a new york socialite and feminist, alva vanderbilt belmont was known to be domineering, temperamental, and opinionated. her resolve to get her own way regardless of the consequences stood her in good stead when she joined the american woman suffrage movement in 1909. thereafter, she used her wealth, her administrative expertise, and her social celebrity to help convince congress to pass the 19th amendment and then to persuade the exhausted leaders of the national woman’s Party to initiate a worldwide equal rights campaign. sylvia d. hoffert argues that belmont was a feminist visionary and that her financial support was crucial to the success of the suffrage and equal rights movements. she also shows how belmont’s activism, and the money she used to support it, enriches our understanding of the personal dynamics of the american woman’s rights movement. her analysis of belmont’s memoirs illustrates how belmont went about the complex and collaborative process of creating her public self.

“A major contribution to our understanding of the women’s rights movement in America and to feminist biography and historiography.” —ruth crocker, author of Mrs. Russell Sage: Women’s Activism and Philanthropy in Gilded Age and Progressive Era America (iuP, 2006)

SyLvia D. HoFFert is professor of Women’s History at texas a&m university and author of A History of Gender in America and Jane Grey Swisshem: An Unconventional Life.

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Starring MaDaMe MoDJeSka
On Tour in Poland and America Beth Holmgren
the liFe and times oF actress helena modjeska in 1876, Poland’s leading actress, helena modrzejewska, accompanied by family and friends, emigrated to southern california to establish a utopian commune that soon failed. within a year modrzejewska made her debut in the title role of adrienne lecouvreur at san Francisco’s california theatre. she changed her name to modjeska and quickly became a leading star on the american stage, where she reigned for the next 30 years. during this time, she established herself as america’s most esteemed shakespearean actress, playing opposite such celebrated actors as edwin booth and maurice barrymore. Starring Madame Modjeska traces modjeska’s fabulous life and career from her illegitimate birth in krakow, to her successive reinventions of herself as a star in both Poland and america, and finally to her enduring legacy. BetH HoLMgren is the author of Women’s Works in Stalin’s Time (iup, 1993), editor (with Helena goscilo) of Poles Apart: Women in Modern Polish Culture and Russia Women Culture (iup, 1996), and translator and editor (with Helena goscilo) of The Keys to Happiness by anastasya verbitskaya (iup, 1999). she is professor of slavic and eurasian studies and theatre studies at duke university.

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“starring madame modjeska is a tour de force . . . Modjeska’s story is conveyed in clear, vivid, witty prose.” —bożena shallcross, author of Through the Poet’s Eye: The Travels of Zagajewski, Herbert, and Brodsky

S h A k e S pe A r e
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American Musical
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Antoni Tàpies

antoni tàPieS
Collected Essays Volume II Complete Writings antoni tàpies
translated by Josep Miquel Sobrer introduction by Serge guilbaut

COLLECTED ESSAYS

Teaching in The School Room•prep school english teacher•first grade teacher•fourth grade teacher •middle school physical education teacher•seventh and eighth grade language arts teacher•high school math teacher•high school biology and chemistry teacher•special education teacher•Teaching in The college claSSRoom•physics professor•horticulture professor•theology professor•philosophy prof journalism professor•humanities professor•Teaching The healeRS•teacher of residents in dermatology•teacher of neurosurgery residents•teacher of residents in psychiatry•Teaching The cReaToRS and PeRfoRmeRS•circus arts teacher•ballet teacher•photography teacher•piano teacher•creative writing teacher•acting teacher•Teaching The fixeRS and makeRS•carpentry teacher•plumbing teacher•professor of baking and pastry arts•teacher of farriery•Teaching The aThleTeS•teacher of basketball shooting•fencing teac teacher of alligator wrestling•racecar driving instructor•coach of playing the infield•gRowing The Body and SPiRiT•tantra teacher•Zen teacher•divinity school professor of homiletics•exotic dance teacher•aZtec dance teacher•Teaching aT The BoTTom and on The edge•humanities teacher for underserved adul •teacher in women’s prison•yoga teacher, jails and prisons•teacher in women’s jails•Teaching The PRoTecTo gunnery sergeant•martial arts instructor•firefighting teacher•instructor, fbi academy•Teaching in The coRRidoRS of PoweR•corporate consultant•political mentor•professor, executive education•political mentor professor, newly elected members of congress• Teaching in The School Room•prep school english teacher•first grade teacher•fourth grade teacher •middle school physical education teacher•seventh and eighth grade language arts teacher•high school math teacher•high school biology and chemistry teacher•special education teacher•Teaching in The college claSSRoom•physics professor•horticulture professor•theology professor•philosophy professor•journalism professor•humanities professor•Teaching 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of basketball shooting•fencing teacher•teacher of alligator wrestling•racecar driving instructor•coach of playing the infield•gRowing The Body and SPiRiT•tantra teacher•Zen teacher•divinity school professor of homiletics•exotic dance teacher•aZtec dance teacher•Teaching aT The BoTTom and on The edge•humanities teacher for underserved adults•teacher in women’s prison•yoga teacher, jails and prisons•teacher in women’s jails•Teaching The PRoTecToRS•gunnery sergeant•martial arts instructor•firefighting teacher•instructor, fbi academy•Teaching in The coRRidoRS of PoweR•corporate consultant•political mentor•professor, executive education•political mentor professor, newly elected members of congress• Teaching in The School Room•prep school english teacher•first grade teacher•fourth grade teacher •middle school physical education teacher•seventh and eighth grade language arts teacher•high school math teacher•high school biology and chemistry teacher•special education teacher•Teaching in The college claSSRo Room•physics professor•horticulture professor•theology professor•philosophy professor•journalism professor•humanities professor•Teaching The healeRS•teacher of residents in dermatology•teacher of neurosurgery residents•teacher of residents in psychiatry•Teaching The cReaToRS and PeRfoRmeRS•circus arts teacher•ballet teacher•photography teacher•piano teacher•creative writing teacher•acting teacher•Teaching The fixeRS and makeRS•carpentry teacher•plumbing teacher•professor of baking and pastry arts•teacher of farriery•Teaching The aThleTeS•teacher of basketball shooting•fencing teac er•teacher of alligator wrestling•racecar driving instructor•coach of playing the infield•gRowing The Body and SPiRiT•tantra teacher•Zen teacher•divinity school professor of homiletics•exotic dance teacher•aZtec dance teacher•Teaching aT The BoTTom and on The edge•humanities teacher for underserved adults•teacher in women’s prison•yoga teacher, jails and prisons•teacher in women’s 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teacher•Teaching The fixeRS and makeRS•carpentry teacher•plumbing teacher•professor of baking and pastry arts•teacher of farriery•Teaching The aThleTeS•teacher of basketball shooting•fencing tea teacher•teacher of alligator wrestling•racecar driving instructor•coach of playing the infield•gRowing The Body and SPiRiT•tantra teacher•Zen teacher•divinity school professor of homiletics•exotic dance er•aZtec dance teacher•Teaching aT The BoTTom and on The edge•humanities teacher for underserved adults•teacher in women’s prison•yoga teacher, jails and prisons•teacher in women’s jails•Teaching The PRoTecToRS•gunnery sergeant•martial arts instructor•firefighting teacher•instructor, fbi acade •Teaching in The coRRidoRS of PoweR•corporate consultant•political mentor•professor, executive educa tion•political mentor professor, newly elected members of congress•Teaching in The School Room•prep school english teacher•first grade teacher•fourth grade teacher •middle school physical education 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Bill Smoot

bill smoot

w ritings on art a n d Po l i t i c s b y c a t a lo n i a ’s leadi ng contem Po r a r y a r t i s t in this insightful collection, one of spain’s most influential artists, antoni tàpies, reflects on art, life, and politics. a companion to A Personal Memoir (2010), this volume includes essays published in The Practice of Art, Art against Aesthetic, Reality as Art, For a Modern and Progressive Art, The Value of Art, Art and Its Places as well as previously uncollected texts. in these essays tàpies reflects on the social role of art and the artist, discusses the influences on his art, and describes his political and artistic views. antoni tàPieS is a leading spanish artist known for his heavily textured canvases of great expressive and communicative possibilities. His art is found in numerous international museums and collections. JoSeP MiQueL SoBrer is professor emeritus in the department of spanish and portuguese at indiana university bloomington. He is translator of A Broken Mirror by mercè rodoreda. Serge guiLBauLt is professor of Fine arts at the university of british columbia and author of How New York Stole the Idea of Modern Art.
“Tàpies’s essays are of great importance in understanding his own work, but also in the broad philosophical questions he addresses. . . . His use of humble materials—clay, straw, simple objects—relates to [his] search for answers to universal questions.” —kathleen mcnerney, co-editor of Visions and Revisions: Women’s Narrative in Twentieth-Century Spain

l e a r n i n g F r o m t h e b e s t , i n a n d o u t oF the c la s s r o o m in the spirit of studs terkel’s Working, bill smoot interviews master teachers in fields ranging from k–12 and higher education to the arts, trades and professions, sports, and politics. what is it that passes between the best teachers and their students to make learning happen? what are the keys to teaching the joys of literature, shooting a basketball, alligator wrestling, or how to survive one’s first year in the u.s. congress? smoot’s insightful questions elicit thought-provoking reflections about teaching as a calling and its aims, frustrations, and satisfactions. BiLL SMoot teaches english at the castilleja school in palo alto, california, where he has received the outstanding teacher award.

“I have spent most of my adult life talking to great teachers. Every one of those interviews has been a delight. Read this fine book and you can get the same thrill.” —jay mathews, Washington Post education columnist and author of Work Hard. Be Nice: How Two Inspired Teachers Created the Most Promising Schools in America

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a HoMe oF Her oWn
nancy r. Hiller
Photographs by kendall reeves Foreword by Patricia Poore
stories o F women w h o s e h o m e s r e F le c t t h e i r s t r o n g bond to Place For some, home is simply a place to eat, sleep, and store possessions. For others, home offers intimate and rewarding opportunities for self-expression, becoming a reflection of taste, values, and even identity. the activities of constructing and maintaining a home can provide a sense of existential purpose, of belonging to a particular place along with others who have cared for that place before. illustrated with more than 100 color photographs, A Home of Her Own showcases a wide variety of homes and tells the stories of their making. nancy r. HiLLer is a cabinetmaker and owner and principal designer at nr Hiller design, inc. she is author of The Hoosier Cabinet in Kitchen History (iup, 2009) and has published in numerous period design and woodworking magazines, including American Bungalow, Old House Interiors, and Fine Woodworking. kenDaLL reeveS is a professional photographer and owner of spectrum studio, inc., in bloomington, indiana. His previous books include Bloomington: A Contemporary Portrait and Terre Haute: Crossroads of America. Patricia Poore is a magazine editor and former publisher. she was owner and editor of Old-House Journal for twenty years and also founded GARBAGE, Old-House Interiors, Arts & Crafts Homes, and Early Homes magazines.

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tHe gLiMPSe traveLer

the glimpse traveler

Marianne Boruch
a cross-country road triP in the tradition oF zen and the art oF motorcycle maintenance when she joins a pair of hitchhikers on a trip to california, a young midwestern woman embarks on a journey about memory and knowledge, beauty and realization. this true story, set in 1971, recounts a fateful, nine-day trip into the american counterculture that begins on a whim and quickly becomes a mission to unravel a tragic mystery. the narrator’s path leads her to berkeley, san Francisco, mill valley, big sur, and finally to an abandoned resort motel, now become a down-on-its-luck commune in the desert of southern colorado. neither a memoir about private misery, nor a shocking exposé of life in a turbulent era, The Glimpse Traveler describes with wry humor and deep feeling what it was like to witness a peculiar and impossibly rich time. Marianne BorucH, a poet, is professor of english at purdue university. she has published several poetry collections and two books of essays, and has written for the New Yorker, the Nation, and the Yale Review. she has won two pushcart prizes, the parnassus terrence depres award, and fellowships from the national endowment for the arts and the guggenheim Foundation.

Marianne Boruch

“I have not seen another nonfiction book that offers such a perceptive, engaging, intimate chronicle of the early 1970s, the road-weary hippie hitchhikers, the anti-war sentiment, the dope-induced haze. Boruch. . .captures this very specific, significant time and place with exquisite clarity and lyric detail and description.” —dinty moore, author of Between Panic and Desire “Marianne takes off into the unknown with $10, carrying her begging bowl and having the artist’s faith that it will be filled with story. She never questions it. She’s curious, and she follows that curiosity. The universe doesn’t disappoint.” —susan neville, author of Sailing the Inland Sea (iuP, 2007)
Eileen M. Julien Scenes from a New Orleans Girlhood

Michael Martone and Susan neville, editors

Travels with Mae

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tHe SWan
A Novel Jim cohee
a young boy’s Flights oF Fantasy triumPh over Family tragedy ten-year-old aaron cooper has witnessed the death of his younger sister, Pookie, and the trauma has left him unwilling to speak. aaron copes with life’s challenges by disappearing into his own imagination, envisioning being captain of the Kon-Tiki, driving his sled in the snowy klondike, and tiger hunting in india. he is guarded by secret friends like deposed hungarian count blurtz shemshoian and blurtz’s wonder dog, nipper, who protect him from the creature from the black lagoon–who hides in aaron’s closet at night. the tales he constructs for himself, the real-life stories he is witness to, and his mother’s desperate efforts to bring her son back from the brink, all come to a head at an emotional family dinner. set in indianapolis in 1957, The Swan is a fictional memoir about enduring love and the weighty nature of mortality. JiM coHee is a freelance writer, based in san Francisco, who has written for Lonely Planet. The Swan is his first novel.

the swan

a novel

Jim Cohee

“It’s all there: eloquence, comedy, a childhood effectively captured, seriousness, an eccentric intelligence. the swan delights.” —william o’rourke, author of On Having a Heart Attack: A Medical Memoir.

Michael Martone and Susan neville, editors
“Lively, entertaining, funny, and often moving.” —scott russell sanders, author of A Conservationist Manifesto (iuP, 2010)

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Wet Britches & Muddy Boots
A History of Travel in Victorian America

Wet BritcHeS anD MuDDy BootS

LanDMarkS on tHe iron roaD
Two Centuries of North American Railroad Engineering William D. Middleton

A History of Travel in Victorian America John H. White, Jr.

John H. White, Jr.

t he real-li Fe adve n t u r e o F 1 9 t h - c e n t u r y travel what was travel like in the 1880s? was it easy to get from place to place? were the rides comfortable? how long did journeys take? Wet Britches and Muddy Boots describes all forms of public transport from canal boats to oceangoing vessels, passenger trains to the overland stage. john h. white, jr., discusses not only the means of travel but also the people who made the system run– riverboat pilots, locomotive engineers, stewards, stagecoach drivers, seamen. he provides a fascinating glimpse into a time when travel within the united states was a true adventure. JoHn H. WHite, Jr., is author of 13 books, including The American Railroad Passenger Car, a nominee for the national book award. White was curator for the smithsonian institution’s museum of american History from 1958 to 1990.
“This book provides a holistic (i.e., by mode of transport) perspective of the realities of the human experience of travel as the technology and operational supply of transport service evolved during the Victorian era and the years immediately preceding and following. I know of no other extant publication that provides this perspective.” —john spychalski, Professor emeritus, the Pennsylvania state university

a la vi s h ly i llu s t r a t e d e n g i n e e r i n g h i s t o r y oF a m e r i c a n r a i lr o a d s american civil engineers were unsurpassed in their ability to build railroads over great distances and across high mountain passes, to erect great bridges, or to bore tunnels of prodigious length. this is a remarkable story of the application of engineering to the building of a transportation system that civilized and settled america, and then supported an industrial revolution and created a world power. WiLLiaM D. MiDDLeton is the author of more than 20 books and many hundreds of articles on rail transportation, engineering, and travel topics. He is editor (with george m. smerk and roberta l. diehl) of Encyclopedia of North American Railroads (iup, 2007) and co-author of Frank Julian Sprague: Electrical Inventor and Engineer (iup, 2009).

“It’s [Middleton’s] ability to clearly explain the intricacies of civil engineering to a general-interest audience that really makes landmarks on the iron road soar. . . . a must-read for anyone touched by the greatness of railroading.” —Trains

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A m e r ic A’ s N e w r e g ioNA l r A i l roA d

Indiana
R a il Roa d Compa n y

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tHe inDiana raiL roaD coMPany
America’s New Regional Railroad
Revised and Expanded Edition

Jerry Taylor & ray PoTeaT The CSX ClinChfield rouTe in the 21st Century

tHe cSx cLincHFieLD route in tHe 21St century
Jerry taylor and ray Poteat

R e v i se d a n d e x pa n de d e di t ion C h r i st oph e r ru n d F r e d W. F r a i le y e r iC p oW e ll

christopher rund, Fred W. Frailey, and eric Powell

the Fascinating tale oF indiana’s thriving regional railroad The Indiana Rail Road Company is a story of extraordinary success among the scores of independent short line and regional railroads spawned in the wake of railroad deregulation. christopher rund chronicles the development of the company from its origins as part of america’s first land grant railroad, the illinois central, through the political and financial juggling required by entrepreneur tom hoback to purchase the line when it fell into disrepair. reborn as a robust, profitable carrier, the inrd has become a model for the new american regional railroad. this revised edition, with a new foreword by acclaimed author Fred w. Frailey and four new chapters, brings readers up to date on tom hoback’s amazing railroad adventure. cHriStoPHer runD is a senior marketing communications writer and director of public relations and communications for the indiana rail road company. FreD W. FraiLey is author of Southern Pacific’s Blue Streak Merchandise; Rolling Thunder; Zephyrs, Chiefs & Other Orphans; and Twilight of the Great Trains (iup, 2010). eric PoWeLL is a railroad historian and photographer whose work has appeared in Trains and Railfan and Railroad. raiLroaDS PaSt anD PreSent george M. Smerk, editor octoBer 2011 railroads & transportation World 264 pages, 25 color illus., 256 b&w illus., 7 maps, 81/2 x 10 cloth 978-0-253-35695-6 $39.95t £29.99 neW eDition

t h e g e n e s i s a n d c h a lle n g i n g c o n s t r u ction o F t h e cli n c hF i e ld r o u t e jerry taylor and ray Poteat take readers on a mile-by-mile trip through the tunnels and over the bridges of the historic csX clinchfield. completed in 1915, the clinchfield railroad follows a scenic route through rugged mountain country in the eastern united states. Facing the challenge of this difficult terrain, engineers and more than 3,000 laborers built the railroad using construction standards unheard of at the time. the results were so durable and forward looking that for nearly a century there has been no need to enlarge its tunnels or strengthen its bridges. though the clinchfield is not well known outside its territory, its history and challenging construction have been continuing sources of fascination for rail fans. Jerry tayLor, author of Conrail Commodities and A Sampling of Penn Central: Southern Region on Display (iup, 2000), is a former operating official of several railroads. ray Poteat is a retired railroader. during his career, which spanned 43 years, he worked in every station and depot on the clinchfield railroad.

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Ga i n i n G G r o u n d
The Origin and evOluTiOn Of TeTr apOds

gaining grounD
The Origin and Evolution of Tetrapods
Second Edition

R a d i a t i o n     H i s t o l o g y     B i o l o g y 

Forerunners oF MaMMals
E d i t E d by a n u s u ya   C H i n s a m y- t u R a n

ForerunnerS oF MaMMaLS
Radiation • Histology • Biology edited by anusuya chinsamy-turan

Jennifer a. clack

secOnd ediTiOn

Jennifer a . cl ack

vertebrate liFe’s e m e r g e n c e F r o m t h e s e a around 370 million years ago, a distant relative of a modern lungfish began a most extraordinary adventure—emerging from the water and laying claim to the land. this new edition of jennifer a.clack’s groundbreaking book tells the complex story of their emergence and evolution. beginning with their closest relatives, the lobefin fishes such as lungfishes and coelacanths, clack defines what a tetrapod is, describes their anatomy, and explains how they are related to other vertebrates. she looks at the devonian environment in which they evolved, describes the known and newly discovered species, and explores the order and timing of anatomical changes that occurred during the fish-to-tetrapod transition. JenniFer a. cLack is professor and curator of vertebrate palaeontology at the university museum of Zoology, cambridge. she was awarded the 2008 daniel giraud elliot medal by the u.s. national academy of sciences and in 2009 was elected as a Fellow of the royal society and a Foreign Honorary member by the american academy of arts and sciences.
“A landmark review of some of the most important discoveries in vertebrate biology and evolution during the close of the past century.” —PALAIOS

t h e e vo lu t i o n a n d P a le o b i o lo g y o F t h e s y n aP s i d s more than 300 million years ago, during the period known as the carboniferous, there emerged a group of four-legged animals known as synapsids. their descendents, the therapsids, would eventually give rise to mammals. beginning with an introduction to the synapsids, their descendants, and the ancient world in which they lived, this remarkable book surveys their radiation, histology, and biology. it documents types of bone microstructure and their biological implications, provides insights into their biology and the evolution of endothermy in the group, and highlights areas for future research. a detailed guide to the synapsids, the book discusses the interrelationships within the group and their radiation from the earliest pelycosaurs to the diverse non-mammalian therapsids and later to the increasingly more mammal-like cynodonts. a chapter on the karoo basin of south africa documents an unparalleled record of therapsid evolution and radiation and offers a unique perspective on therapsid biodiversity and paleoenvironmental analysis. anuSuya cHinSaMy-turan is author of The Microstructure of Dinosaur Bone: Deciphering Biology through Fine Scale Analysis and Famous Dinosaurs of Africa. LiFe oF tHe PaSt James o. Farlow, editor noveMBer 2011 Science, Paleontology World 360 pages, 27 color illus., 76 b&w illus., 7 x 10 cloth 978-0-253-35697-0 $60.00s £40.00 ebook 978-0-253-00533-5 $22.95 £15.99

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SPeak to tHe eartH
Pages from a Farmwife’s Journal rachel Peden
Foreword by Scott russell Sanders
a book o F rural vi r t u e s a n d a n a t u r a li s t ’s P h i lo s o P h y a farmwife for 45 years, rachel Peden believed that the family farm’s best crop is a “harvest of the spirit.” in Speak to the Earth, she looks at life—domestic and wild, human and critter—through the eyes of someone who witnesses nine seasons of the year rather than the typical four. Peden views the farm as “a place of opportunity simultaneous with obligation, an immaculate fitting-together of plant and animal life.” each year yields an abundance of small, priceless observations. through her writings, Peden encourages readers to appreciate both the simple pleasures in life as well as the more profound qualities embodied in family and neighbors, mallards and ladybugs, possums and pigs, and the irresistible characteristics of old houses, local history, and changing times. racHeL PeDen (1901–1975) was a newspaper columnist who lived in indiana. Her books Rural Free: A Farmwife’s Almanac of Country Living and The Land, the People were reprinted by indiana university press in 2009 and 2010.

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“Since Peden made her last reports from Monroe County, the rate of damage to earth’s natural systems has accelerated. Whether or not cosmic guidance is available to rescue us from our ruinous behavior, her three books offer wise counsel about living in a more respectful, durable, and joyous manner on this glorious planet.” —From the Foreword by scott russell sanders, author of A Conservationist Manifesto, (iuP 2009)

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Ligonier
A Photographic Essay Jeff Moerchen
P h o t o r e c o r d oF a s P a n i s h - sP e a k i n g c o m m u n i t y i n a r u r a l i n d i a n a t o wn

with clarity and attention to detail, jeff moerchen has captured— in more than 80 black-and-white photographs—the life of the
JEff MoErchEn

hispanic community of ligonier, a small town in northern indiana. here men and women have worked to make a comfortable home for themselves, trying to realize their dream of living in america, while avoiding some of the perils they might have experienced in borderlands. more than a photographic study of an immigrant population, moerchen’s evocative pictures reveal a small town as it struggles to survive. JeFF MoercHen is a documentary photograper, splitting his time between indiana and new york city.

“The mixture of complexity and simplicity, light and darkness, all provoke a series of questions which are more important than the affirmation of any answers—and allow the viewer to momentarily live in a world that is profoundly in the heart of the nation both geographically, socially, politically, and humanly. All in all, a very successful and important body of work meriting publication and the chance to live for others for now and for time.” —Peter turnley, author (with david turnley) of McClellan Street (iuP, 2007)

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neW HarMony tHen anD noW
text by Donald e. Pitzer
Photographs by Darryl D. Jones Foreword by Jane Blaffer owen and connie Weinzapfel
a bucolic indiana c o m m u n i t y s t r i vi n g t o maintain the uto P i a n i d e a l s oF i t s F o u n d e r s New Harmony Then and Now is a photographic and historic celebration of two of america’s great utopian communities located in new harmony, indiana. the harmonists, started by reverend george rapp, labored to provide physical, intellectual, and spiritual wealth for its members. ten years later, the owenites, founded by robert owen and his partner william maclure, settled there, intent on improving humanity through innovations in social theory, educational systems, and discoveries in natural science. though owen’s communal experiment would not endure, a new social frontier prospered. today, new harmony remains a haven of promise, a village that honors its progressive heart. intellectuals as well as artisans are drawn to this place of science and spirit. DonaLD e. Pitzer is professor emeritus of History and director emeritus of the center for communal studies at the university of southern indiana in evansville. DarryL D. JoneS is a photographer whose work has been exhibited in new york, boston, and throughout the midwest. He is author of Amish Life: Living Plainly and Serving God (iup, 2005) and (with norbert Krapf) Invisible Presence (iup, 2006).

New Harmony Then & Now
Text Donald E.Pitzer Photogr aphs Darryl D. Jones Foreword Jane Blaffer Owen & Connie Weinzapfel

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Habitats and Ecological Communities of Indiana Pre-settlement to Present
Edited by John O. Whitaker, Jr., and Charles J. Amlaner

HaBitatS anD ecoLogicaL coMMunitieS oF inDiana
Pre-settlement to Present edited by John o. Whitaker, Jr., and charles J. amlaner, Jr.
Marion t. Jackson, george r. Parker, and Peter e. Scott, associate editors
a c o n s e r va t i o n i s t h i s t o r y oF t h e h o o s i e r s t a t e in Habitats and Ecological Communities of Indiana, leading experts assess the health and diversity of indiana’s eight wildlife habitats, providing detailed analysis, data-generated maps, color photographs, and complete lists of flora and fauna. this groundbreaking reference details the state’s forests, grasslands, wetlands, aquatic systems, barren lands, and subterranean systems, and describes the nature and impact of two man-made habitats—agricultural and developed lands. the book considers extirpated and endangered species alongside invasives and exotics, and evaluates floral and faunal distribution at century intervals to chart ecological change. JoHn o. WHitaker, Jr. is professor of biology at indiana state university and author of Mammals of Indiana (2nd edition with russell e. mumford, iup, 2009); Mammals of Indiana: A Field Guide (iup, 2010); Keys to the Vertebrates of the Eastern United States; and The Audubon Guide to Mammals of North America. cHarLeS J. aMLaner, Jr. is professor of physiology and theodore dreiser distinguished research professor at indiana state university. He is also a certified senior ecologist with the ecological society of america.

Published with the generous support of the Laura Hare Charitable Trust

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an unreaL eState
An Unreal Estate
SuStainability & Freedom in an evolving community

inDiana raiLroaD LineS
graydon M. Meints

Sustainability and Freedom in an Evolving Community Lucinda carspecken

Lucinda carspecken

Indiana RailRoad lines
G r ay d o n M . M e i n t s

uto Pian imaginat i o n a n d c o m m u n i t y eXPeriments as Fo r c e s Fo r c h a n g e lucinda carspecken takes an in-depth look at lothlorien, a southern indiana nature sanctuary, sustainable camping ground, festival site, collective residence, and experiment in ecological building, stewardship, and organization. as a unique enclave within a larger society, it offers to the latter both an implicit critique and a cluster of alternative values and lifestyles. in addition, it has created a niche where some participants change, grow, and find empowerment in an environment that is accepting of difference— particularly in areas of religion and sexual orientation. LucinDa carSPecken is adjunct professor in Qualitative research methods and anthropology at indiana university bloomington.
“A significant contribution to the study of intentional communities.” —sarah m. Pike, author of New Age and Neopagan Religions in America “This is the only study to date of a specifically neo-pagan community and therefore is a pioneering work.” —sabina magliocco, author of Neo-Pagan Art and Altars

a c o m P le t e r e F e r e n c e F o r a ll r a i l F a n s

railroads have played a major role in transportation, logistics, and development in the state of indiana. a perfect resource for railroad enthusiasts or students of indiana history, Indiana Railroad Lines provides a comprehensive and detailed account of the railroad companies that operated in the state between 1838 and 1999 and the counties and towns they served. this volume provides the dates of the contraction, purchase, sale, lease and abandonment of the various railroad lines and is complete with charts and maps that provide information on the development and decline of railroads in the state. grayDon M. MeintS is a former station agent, towerman, and telegraph operator on the new york central railroad. He is author of three other books about the history of railroads in the midwest.
“This is a very useful addition to the research tools for railroad authors and aficionados with an interest in Indiana railroads.” —Francis Parker, author (with richard s. simmons) of Railroads of Indiana (iuP, 1997)

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Wa -lden X 40
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WALden x 40
Essays on Thoreau robert B. ray

literary learning

Literary Learning
Teaching the English Major Sherry Lee Linkon

teaching the english major

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Sherry Lee Linkon

a F resh a PProach t o a n a m e r i c a n c l a s s i c in 1845, henry david thoreau moved from his parents’ house in concord, massachusetts, to a one-room cabin on land owned by his mentor, ralph waldo emerson. after 26 months he transformed his stay in the woods into one of the most famous events in american history. in walden x 40, adopting thoreau’s own compositional method, robert b. ray takes up several questions posed in Walden. thoreau developed his books from his lectures, and his lectures from his almost-daily journal notations of the world around him, with its fluctuating weather and appointed seasons, both forever familiar and suddenly brand new. ray derives his 40 brief essays from the details of Walden itself, reading the book in the way that thoreau proposed to explore his own life—deliberately. ray demonstrates that however accustomed we have grown to its lessons, Walden continues to be as surprising as the november snowfall that, thoreau reports, “covered the ground . . . and surrounded me suddenly with the scenery of winter.” roBert B. ray is professor of english at the university of Florida. He is author of A Certain Tendency of the Hollywood Cinema, 1930–1980; The Avant-Garde Finds Andy Hardy; How a Film Theory Got Lost (iup, 2001); and The ABCs of Classic Hollywood.

m a k i n g li t e r a r y t h i n k i n g vi s i b le Literary Learning explores the nature of literary knowledge and offers guidance for effective teaching of literature at the college level. what do english majors need to learn? how can we help them develop the skills and knowledge they need? by identifying the habits of mind that literary scholars use in their own research and writing, sherry lee linkon articulates the strategic knowledge that lies at the heart of the discipline, offering important insights and models for beginning and experienced teachers. SHerry Lee Linkon is professor of english and american studies and co-director of the center for Working-class studies at youngstown state university. Her books include Teaching Working Class; Steeltown USA: Work and Memory in Youngstown (with John russo); and New Working-Class Studies (edited with John russo).

“Provides a model for thoughtful, reflexive, and well-designed teaching in any field, at any level, and at any institution.” —mariolina salvatori, university of Pittsburgh

ScHoLarSHiP oF teacHing anD Learning Jennifer Meta robinson, Whitney M. Schlegel, Mary taylor Huber, and Pat Hutchings, editors octoBer 2011 education World 184 pages, 6 x 9 cloth 978-0-253-35699-4 $70.00l £52.00 paper 978-0-253-22356-2 $24.95s £16.99 ebook 978-0-253-00559-5 $20.95 £14.99

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tHe DePreSSion coMeS to tHe SoutH SiDe

impeRatives

Racial

raciaL iMPerativeS
Discipline, Performativity, and Struggles against Subjection nadine ehlers

Depression Comes to the South Side
Christopher Robert Reed

The

Protest and Politics in the Black Metropolis, 1930–1933

christopher robert reed
Discipline, performativity, anD struggles against subjection

Protest and Politics in the Black MetroPolis, 1930–1933

Nadine ehlers

economic downtu r n a n d l o c a l P o l i t i c s o n chicago’s south si d e in the 1920s, the south side was looked on as the new black metropolis, but by the turn of the decade that vision was already in decline—a victim of the depression. in this timely book, christopher robert reed explores early depression-era politics on chicago’s south side. the economic crisis caused diverse responses from groups in the black community. some found expression in mass street demonstrations, militant advocacy of expanded civil rights, or a complete overhaul of the capitalist economic system. reed examines the complex interactions among these various groups as they played out within the community and sought to find common ground to address the economic stresses that threatened to tear the black metropolis apart. cHriStoPHer roBert reeD is professor emeritus of History at roosevelt university in chicago and author of The Emergence of the Black Metropolis, 1910–1933; Black Chicago’s First Century, 1833–1900; All the World Is Here: The Black Presence at White City (iup, 2000); and The Chicago NAACP and the Rise of Black Professional Leadership (iup, 1997). BLackS in tHe DiaSPora Darlene clark Hine, John Mccluskey, Jr., and David Barry gaspar, founding editors tracy Sharpley-Whiting, Herman L. Bennett, kim D. Butler, Judith a. Byfield, and Leslie a. Schwalm, editors octoBer 2011 u.S. History, african american, Political Science World 218 pages, 8 b&w illus., 6 x 9 cloth 978-0-253-35652-9 $29.95s £19.99 ebook 978-0-253-00552-6 $24.95 £16.99

F o r m a t i o n s oF b l a c k n e s s a n d w h i t e n ess in u .s . c u lt u r e nadine ehlers examines the constructions of blackness and whiteness cultivated in the u.s. imaginary and asks, how do individuals become racial subjects? she analyses antimiscegenation law, statutory definitions of race, and the rhetoric surrounding the phenomenon of racial passing to provide critical accounts of racial categorization and norms, the policing of racial behavior, and the regulation of racial bodies as they are underpinned by demarcations of sexuality, gender, and class. ehlers places the work of michel Foucault, judith butler’s account of performativity, and theories of race into conversation to show how race is a form of discipline, that race is performative, and that all racial identity can be seen as performative racial passing. she tests these claims through an excavation of the 1925 “racial fraud” case of Rhinelander v. Rhinelander and concludes by considering the possibilities for racial agency, extending Foucault’s later work on ethics and “technologies of the self” to explore the potential for racial transformation. naDine eHLerS is assistant professor of Women’s and gender studies at georgetown university.

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teL-aviv, tHe
Visions, Designs, Actualities

The FirsT CenTury
V i s i o n s, D e s i g n s, A ctuAl i t i e s

MoDern LaDino cuLture

Visions, Designs, Actualities

edited by Maoz azaryahu and S. ilan troen

Modern Ladino Culture
Olga Borovaya

Press, Belles Lettres, and Theater in the Late Ottoman Empire olga Borovaya

Press, Belles Lettres, and Theater in the Late Ottoman Empire

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Maoz azaryahu

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S. ilan troen

contem P orary tel- a vi v a g a i n s t t h e backdro P o F its e a r l i e r y e a r s Tel-Aviv, the First Century brings together a broad range of disciplinary approaches and cutting-edge research to trace the development and paradoxes of tel-aviv as an urban center and a national symbol. through the lenses of history, literature, urban planning, gender studies, architecture, art, and other fields, these essays reveal the place of tel-aviv in the life and imagination of its diverse inhabitants. the careful and insightful tracing of the development of the city’s urban landscape, the relationship of its varied architecture to its competing social cultures, and its evolving place in israel’s literary imagination come together to offer a vivid and complex picture of tel-aviv as a microcosm of israeli life and a vibrant modern european city. Maoz azaryaHu is professor of cultural geography at the university of Haifa and author of Tel Aviv: Mythography of a City. S. iLan troen is stoll Family professor of israel studies and director of the schusterman center for israel studies at brandeis university.
“A serious yet accessible look at the many facets that have come to constitute the complex personality of a very complicated city and society.” —kenneth e. Foote, university of colorado at boulder

t h e li t e r a r y c u lt u r e o F t h e o t t o m a n e mP i r e ’ s se P h a r d i c je w s olga borovaya explores the emergence and expansion of print culture in ladino (judeo-spanish), the mother tongue of the sephardic jews of the ottoman empire, in the second half of the 19th and early 20th centuries. she provides the first comprehensive study of the three major forms of ladino literary production—the press, belles lettres, and theater—as a single cultural phenomenon. the product of meticulous research and innovative methodology, Modern Ladino Culture offers a new perspective on the history of the ladino press, a novel approach to the study of belles lettres in ladino and their relationship to their european sources, and a finegrained critique of sephardic plays as venues for moral education and politicization. oLga Borovaya is a visiting scholar at stanford university. she is author of Modernization of a Culture (in russian).
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tHe uniteD StateS HoLocauSt MeMoriaL MuSeuM encycLoPeDia oF caMPS anD gHettoS, 1933–1945
voLuMe ii
Ghettos in German-Occupied Eastern Europe geoffrey P. Megargee, general editor
Martin Dean, volume editor introduction by christopher r. Browning
t he second volum e o F a n a w a r d - w i n n i n g e n c y c loP e d i a documents 1 , 1 5 0 gh e t t o s volume ii offers a comprehensive account of how the nazis conducted the holocaust throughout the scattered towns and villages of Poland and the soviet union. it covers more than 1,150 sites, including both open and closed ghettos. regional essays outline the patterns of ghettoization in 19 german administrative regions. each entry discusses key events in the history of the ghetto; living and working conditions; activities of the jewish councils; jewish responses to persecution; demographic changes; and details of the ghetto’s liquidation. Personal testimonies help convey the character of each ghetto, while source citations provide a guide to additional information. documentation of hundreds of smaller sites—previously unknown or overlooked in the historiography of the holocaust—make this an indispensable reference work on the destroyed jewish communities of eastern europe. geoFFrey P. Megargee is an applied research scholar at the center for advanced Holocaust studies, united states Holocaust memorial museum. Martin Dean is an applied research scholar at the center for advanced Holocaust studies, united states Holocaust memorial museum.
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“This magnificent collective effort, uniting the research and expertise of leading scholars from around the world, provides a fundamental new reference for the history of the Holocaust. Anyone who wishes to understand the variety of Jewish experience in the ghettos and the scale of the destruction of a whole European world must consult this encyclopedia.” —timothy snyder, author of Bloodlands

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how and why musi c m o ve s u s steve larson draws on his 20 years of research in music theory, cognitive linguistics, experimental psychology, and artificial intelligence—as well as his skill as a jazz pianist—to show how the experience of physical motion can shape one’s musical experience. clarifying the roles of analogy, metaphor, grouping, pattern, hierarchy, and emergence in the explanation of musical meaning, larson explains how listeners hear tonal music through the analogues of physical gravity, magnetism, and inertia. his theory of melodic expectation goes beyond prior theories in predicting complete melodic patterns. larson elegantly demonstrates how rhythm and meter arise from, and are given meaning by, these same musical forces. Steve LarSon is the robert m. trotter professor of music at the university of oregon and a member of its institute of cognitive and decision sciences. He is author of Analyzing Jazz: A Schenkerian Approach.

a r a d i c a l r e a s s e s s m e n t o F t h e P o s t m o dern study oF music

over the past quarter century, music studies in the academy have justified their postmodern credentials by insisting that our scholarly engagements start and end by placing music firmly within its various historical and social contexts. in Music and the Politics of Negation, james r. currie sets out to disturb the validity of this now quite orthodox claim. alternating dialectically between analytic and historical investigations into the late 18th century and the present, he poses a set of uncomfortable questions regarding the limits and complicities of the values that the academy keeps in circulation by means of its musical encounters. his overriding thesis is that the forces that have formed us are not our fate. JaMeS r. currie is associate professor of music at the university of buffalo. in addition to his academic work he is also active as a performance artist and poet.

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Expressive

intersections in BraHmS
Essays in analysis and meaning

exPreSSive interSectionS in BraHMS
Essays in Analysis and Meaning

DeBuSSy reDux

edited by Peter H. Smith and Heather a. Platt

The ImpacT of hIs musIc on popular culTure

Debussy re d u x
Matthew Brown

The Impact of His Music on Popular Culture Matthew Brown

Edited by

PEtEr H. SmitH and HEatHEr a. Platt

how b rahms org a n i ze d m u s i c a l e le m e n t s For e XP ressive P u rP o s e s

debussy’s music in the conteXt oF PoP culture the works of claude debussy (1862–1918) had a major impact on

contributors to this exciting new volume examine the intersection of structure and meaning in brahms’s music, utilizing a wide range of approaches, from the theories of schenker to the most recent analytical techniques. they combine various viewpoints with the semiotic-based approaches of robert hatten, and address many of the most important genres in which brahms composed. the essays reveal the expressive power of a work through the comparison of specific passages in one piece to similar works and through its relationship to other artistic realms such as literature and painting. the result of this intertextual re-framing is a new awareness of the meaningfulness of even brahms’s most “absolute” works. Peter H. SMitH is associate professor of music at the university of notre dame and author of Expressive Forms in Brahms’s Instrumental Music (iup, 2005). HeatHer PLatt is professor of music History at ball state university and author of Johannes Brahms: A Research and Information Guide (2nd edition, 2011). MuSicaL Meaning anD interPretation robert S. Hatten, editor January 2012 Music World 336 pages, 1 color illus., 1 b&w illus, 93 music exx., 6 x 9 cloth 978-0-253-35705-2 $44.95s £29.99 ebook 978-0-253-00525-0 $33.95 £23.99

the music of the 20th century, influencing a range of figures from ravel and stravinsky to henri dutilleux and toru takemitsu. less well known is debussy’s influence on the popular culture of the period. matthew brown shows how debussy’s music has surfaced in an array of contexts from the film music of the 1940s to the dance music of the 1990s. it is easy to see how debussy’s impressionist soundscapes for orchestra such as La Mer and Iberia could be perfect models for accompaniments to film scenes, but as brown makes clear debussy’s music and influence cannot by reduced to dreamy imitations of Clair de Lune. as he traces the trajectory of debussy’s stylistic evolution, brown shows how facets of this style were reinterpreted in a surprising variety of popular musical contexts. MattHeW BroWn is author of Explaining Tonality, Debussy’s iberia, and articles in Integral, Music Theory Spectrum, Understanding Rock, and Journal of Musicology, among others. He is a professor of music theory at the eastman school of music, university of rochester.

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music and social d a n c e o F t h e 1 8 t h a n d 1 9 th centuries much music was written for the two most important dances of the 18th and 19th centuries, the minuet and the waltz. in Decorum of the Minuet, Delirium of the Waltz, eric mckee argues that to better understand the musical structures and expressive meanings of this dance music, one must be aware of the social contexts and bodily rhythms of the social dances upon which it is based. mckee approaches dance music as a component of a multimedia art form that involves the interaction of physical motion, music, architecture, and dress. moreover, the activity of attending a ball involves a dynamic network of modalities—sight, sound, bodily awareness, touch, and smell, which can be experienced from the perspectives of a dancer, a spectator, or a musician. mckee considers dance music within a larger system of signifiers and points-of-view that opens new avenues of interpretation. eric Mckee is associate professor of music theory at pennsylvania state university. He is a contributor to The Age of Chopin (iup, 2004), and his articles have appeared in such journals as Music Theory Spectrum, Music Analysis, In Theory Only, College Music Symposium, and Theory and Practice.

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co m P r e h e n s i ve m a n u a l o F P e r F o r m a n c e Practice For 17th century music revised and expanded, A Performer’s Guide to SeventeenthCentury Music is a comprehensive reference guide for students and professional musicians. the book contains useful material on vocal and choral music and style; instrumentation; performance practice; ornamentation, tuning, temperament; meter and tempo; basso continuo; dance; theatrical production; and much more. the volume includes new chapters on the violin, the violoncello and violone, and the trombone—as well as updated and expanded reference materials, internet resources, and other newly available material. this highly accessible handbook will prove a welcome reference for any musician or singer interested in historically informed performance. SteWart carter is chair of the department of music at Wake Forest university, executive editor of the Historic Brass Society Journal, and former editor of Historical Performance: The Journal of Early Music America. JeFFery kite-PoWeLL is professor emeritus at the Florida state university college of music. He is translator of michael praetorius’s Syntagma Musicum III and editor of A Performer’s Guide to Renaissance Music, second edition (iup, 2007). PuBLicationS oF tHe earLy MuSic inStitute Paul elliott, editor January 2012 Music World 568 pages, 20 b&w illus., 58 music exx., 61/8 x 91/4 cloth 978-0-253-35706-9 $49.95s £34.00 ebook 978-0-253-00528-1 $41.95 £28.99 neW eDition

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tHe SyMPHonic rePertoire
The Eighteenth-Century Symphony Volume I a. Peter Brown, Founding editor edited by Mary Sue Morrow and Bathia churgin
t he beginnings o F s y m P h o n i c m u s i c i n w e s t e r n c u lt u r e

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central to the repertoire of western art music since the 18th century, the symphony has come to be regarded as one of the ultimate compositional challenges. in his five-volume series The Symphonic Repertoire, the late a. Peter brown explores the symphony from its 18th-century beginnings to the end of the 20th century. in volume 1, The Eighteenth-Century Symphony, 22 of brown’s former students and colleagues collaborate to complete the work that he began on this critical period of development in symphonic history. the work follows brown’s outline, is organized by country, and focuses on major composers. it includes a four-chapter overview and concludes with a reframing of the symphonic narrative. contributors address issues of historiography, the status of research, and questions of attribution and stylistic traits, and provide background material on the musical context of composition and early performances. the volume features a cd of recordings from the bloomington early music Festival orchestra, highlighting the largely unavailable repertoire discussed in the book. Mary Sue MorroW is professor of musicology at the university of cincinnati and author of Concert Life in Haydn’s Vienna and German Music Criticism in the Late Eighteenth Century. BatHia cHurgin is former chair and founder of the musicology department at bar-ilan university. she has edited numerous editions of 18th-century instrumental music that include historical and analytical essays. Published with the generous support of the Allen Whitehill Clowes Charitable Foundation

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Early TwEnTiEThCEnTury ConTinEnTal PhilosoPhy

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Leonard Lawlor

KAnt
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Subject of critique
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kant anD tHe SuBJect oF critiQue
On the Regulative Role of the Psychological Idea avery goldman

Avery GoldmAn

the Fundamental Project oF continental PhilosoPhy

brings PhilosoPhical and critical unity to the selF immanuel kant is strict about the limits of self-knowledge: our inner sense gives us only appearances, never the reality, of ourselves. kant may seem to begin his inquiries with an uncritical conception of cognitive limits, but in Kant and the Subject of Critique, avery goldman argues that, even for kant, a reflective act must take place before any judgment occurs. by establishing a regulative self, goldman offers a way to bring unity to the subject through kant’s seemingly circular reasoning, allowing for critique and, ultimately, knowledge. avery goLDMan is assistant professor of philosophy at depaul university.

Early Twentieth-Century Continental Philosophy elaborates the basic project of contemporary continental philosophy, which culminates in a movement toward thinking about the awareness that determines our humanity. leonard lawlor interprets key texts by major figures in the continental tradition, including bergson, Foucault, Freud, heidegger, husserl, and merleau-Ponty. his conception of continental philosophy as a unified project enables lawlor to think beyond its european origins and envision a global sphere of philosophical inquiry that will revitalize the field. LeonarD LaWLor is edwin erle sparks professor of philosophy at pennsylvania state university. He is author of Derrida and Husserl (iup, 2002) and Thinking through French Philosophy (iup, 2003).
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“Original and expertly executed . . . . the regulative idea of the soul both makes possible the undertaking of critique and follows from it.” —bernard Freydberg, duquesne university

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Origin Of The LOgic Of SymbOLic maThemaTicS
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edmund huSSerL and JacOb KLein

burT c. hOpKinS

tHe origin oF tHe Logic oF SyMBoLic MatHeMaticS
Edmund Husserl and Jacob Klein Burt c. Hopkins

Creation
and tHe Sovereignty of god

creation anD tHe Sovereignty oF goD
Hugh J. Mccann

Hugh J. McCann

the logic oF modern symbolic mathematics burt c. hopkins presents the first in-depth study of the work of edmund husserl and jacob klein on the philosophical foundations of the logic of modern symbolic mathematics. accounts of the philosophical origins of formalized concepts—especially mathematical concepts and the process of mathematical abstraction that generates them—have been paramount to the development of phenomenology. both husserl and klein independently concluded that it is impossible to separate the historical origin of the thought that generates the basic concepts of mathematics from their philosophical meanings. hopkins explores how husserl and klein arrived at their conclusion and its philosophical implications for the modern project of formalizing all knowledge. Burt c. HoPkinS is professor of philosophy at seattle university. He is author of Intentionality in Husserl and Heidegger and The Philosophy of Husserl. He is founding editor (with steven g. crowell) of The New Yearbook for Phenomenology and Phenomenological Philosophy and is permanent secretary of the Husserl circle.
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a systematic view oF god as creator Creation and the Sovereignty of God brings fresh insight to a defense of god. traditional theistic belief declared a perfect being who creates and sustains everything and who exercises sovereignty over all. lately, this idea has been contested, but hugh j. mccann maintains that god creates the best possible universe and is completely free to do so; that god is responsible for human actions, yet humans also have free will; and ultimately, that divine command must be reconciled with natural law. with this distinctive approach to understanding god and the universe, mccann brings new perspective to the evidential argument of evil. HugH J. Mccann is professor of philosophy at texas a&m university. He is author of The Works of Agency: On Human Action, Will, and Freedom.

“Offers an elaborate, rigorous development and defense of the medieval Christian view that God as creator is sovereign, free, and simple.” —Paul k. moser, loyola university chicago

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Søren Kierkegaard

DiScourSeS at tHe coMMunion on FriDayS
Søren kierkegaard
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a new translation oF kierkegaard’s communion discourses søren kierkegaard’s 13 communion discourses constitute a distinct genre among the various forms of religious writing composed by kierkegaard. originally published at different times and places, kierkegaard himself believed that these discourses served as a unifying element in his work and were crucial for understanding his religious thought and philosophy as a whole. written in an intensely personal liturgical context, the communion discourses prepare the reader for participation in this rite by emphasizing the appropriate posture for forgiveness of sins and confession. SyLvia WaLSH is scholar in residence at stetson university. she is author of Kierkegaard: Thinking Christianly in an Existential Mode.
“Putting all these discourses together highlights an important dimension of Kierkegaard’s thought that is often overlooked or at least underestimated, by showing the organic connection between that thought and the Christian practice of confession and the Christian sacrament of communion. . . . The introduction provided for the volume is superb.” —c. stephen evans, baylor university

death and dying in the work oF søren kierkegaard Few philosophers have devoted such sustained, almost obsessive attention to the topic of death as søren kierkegaard. Kierkegaard and Death brings together new work on kierkegaard’s multifaceted discussions of death and provides a thorough guide to the development, in various texts and contexts, of kierkegaard’s ideas concerning death, immortality, suicide, mortality and subjectivity, death and the meaning of life, and the question of the afterlife. while bringing kierkegaard’s philosophy of death into focus, this volume connects kierkegaard with important debates in contemporary philosophy. Patrick StokeS is a marie curie Fellow in philosophy at the university of Hertfordshire and an Honorary Fellow in the school of Historical and philosophical studies, university of melbourne. He is author of Kierkegaard’s Mirrors: Interest, Self, and Moral Vision. aDaM BuBen is a presidential doctoral Fellow in philosophy at the university of south Florida and a Kierkegaard House Foundation Fellow in the Hong Kierkegaard library at st. olaf college in minnesota.
“Starting from living death and the thought of death, and then moving through dying, recollecting the death of another, and finally future life, this volume brings together in a coherent way Kierkegaard’s view on death and dying.” —andrew j. burgess, university of new mexico

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FeMiniSt DiSaBiLity StuDieS
F e m i n i s t Disability s t u D i e s
Edited by Kim Q. Hall

Edited by

Hansjörg Dilger Abdoulaye Kane
and Stacey A. Langwick

Medicine, Mobility, and Power in Global Africa
Transnational Health and Healing

MeDicine, MoBiLity, anD PoWer in gLoBaL aFrica
Transnational Health and Healing

edited by kim Q. Hall

edited by Hansjörg Dilger, abdoulaye kane, and Stacey a. Langwick

integrating Feminist theory with disability studies

aFrica and medicine in a globalized world recent political, social, and economic changes in africa have provoked radical shifts in the landscape of health and healthcare. Medicine, Mobility, and Power in Global Africa captures the multiple dynamics of a globalized world and its impact on medicine, health, and the delivery of healthcare in africa. essays by an international group of contributors take on intractable problems such as hiv/aids, malaria, the reemergence of tuberculosis, and the absence of healthcare professionals, drugs, resources, hospitals, and technologies. the movements of people and resources described here expose the growing challenges of poverty and public health while showing how the global movement of people has created new opportunities for funding healthcare systems. HanSJörg DiLger is Junior professor of social and cultural anthropology at Freie universität berlin. He is author of Living with Aids: Illness, Death, and Social Relationships in Africa (in german). aBDouLaye kane is assistant professor of anthropology and african studies at the university of Florida. Stacey a. LangWick is assistant professor of anthropology at cornell university. she is author of Bodies, Politics, and African Healing: The Matter of Maladies in Tanzania (iup, 2010).
“Focusing on globalization and Africa . . . this volume underscores the interconnectedness and the imbalances during a time of neoliberal reform.” —elisha P. renne, university of michigan

disability, like questions of race, gender, and class, is one of the most provocative topics among theorists and philosophers today. this volume, situated at the intersection of feminist theory and disability studies, addresses questions about the nature of embodiment, the meaning of disability, the impact of public policy on those who have been labeled disabled, and how we define the norms of mental and physical ability. the essays here bridge the gap between theory and activism by illuminating structures of power and showing how historical and cultural perceptions of the human body have been informed by and contributed to the oppression of women and disabled people. kiM Q. HaLL is professor of philosophy and a faculty member in the Women’s studies and sustainable development programs at appalachian state university. she is editor (with chris cuomo) of Whiteness: Feminist Philosophical Reflections.
“Puts feminist theory and disability studies into conversation with one another, not simply to make for an ‘additive’ approach, but to transform both fields of inquiry.” —diane herndl, iowa state university “A volume of the highest scholarly quality that extends both feminist theory and disability studies.” —nancy tuana, Pennsylvania state university

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Muslims and New Media in West Africa
Pathways to God
Dorothea E. Schulz

MuSLiMS anD neW MeDia in WeSt aFrica
Pathways to God Dorothea e. Schulz

Muslim Families
in Global Senegal
M o n ey Ta k e s C a re o f S ha m e
Beth Buggenhagen

MuSLiM FaMiLieS in gLoBaL SenegaL
Money Takes Care of Shame Beth Buggenhagen

gender, religion, and the new urban economy although islam is not new to west africa, new patterns of domestic economies, the promise of political liberalization, and the proliferation of new media have led to increased scrutiny of islam in the public sphere. dorothea e. schulz shows how new media have created religious communities that are far more publicly engaged than they were in the past. Muslims and New Media in West Africa expands ideas about religious life in west africa, women’s roles in religion, religion and popular culture, the meaning of religious experience in a charged environment, and how those who consume both religion and new media view their public and private selves. DorotHea e. ScHuLz is professor in the department of cultural and social anthropology at the university of cologne.

s o c i a l a n d m o r a l va lu e s i n t h e g lo b a l senegalese community senegalese murid migrants have circulated cargo and currency through official and unofficial networks in africa and the world. Muslim Families in Global Senegal focuses on trade and the transmission of enduring social value though cloth, videos of life-cycle rituals, and religious offerings. highlighting women’s participation in these networks and the financial strategies they rely on, beth buggenhagen reveals the deep connections between economic profits and ritual and social authority. buggenhagen discovers that these strategies are not responses to a dispersed community in crisis, but rather produce new roles, wealth, and worth for senegalese women in all parts of the globe. BetH BuggenHagen is assistant professor of anthropology at indiana university bloomington. she is editor (with anne-maria makhulu and stephen Jackson) of Hard Work, Hard Times: Global Volatility and African Subjectivities.
“A first-rate ethnography of Muslim women in Dakar. . . . provides not only a wealth of detail but extremely fine-grained analysis of women’s exchange networks, both in the domains of commerce but especially in ritual contexts.” —robert launay, northwestern university

“Promises to make a major contribution not only to the study of women’s involvement in ‘political Islam’ in West Africa, but also to comparative studies of commodification, mass entertainment, the global emergence of new religious cultures, masculinity, and the personal effects of neoliberalism.” —sean hanretta, stanford university

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SPirit PoSSeSSion anD MuSLiM Practice in nortHern nigeria
Susan M. o’Brien

african Airwaves
Mediating equalit y on the ChiChewa Radio

H u m a n r i g H ts

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HArri Englund

HuMan rigHtS anD aFrican airWaveS

Mediating Equality on the Chichewa Radio Harri englund

religious P ractic e s i n a m u s li m c o m m u n it y northern nigeria is home to the largest concentration of muslims in sub-saharan africa. however, susan m. o’brien finds that the controversial practice of bori spirit possession often has challenged the dominant, public face of islam. o’brien tracks a long history of bori ritual persisting through several centuries of islamic censure and british colonial suppression—as a healing practice, a form of entertainment, and a repository of hausa memory. o’brien situates bori spirit mediums as typical, rather than deviant or marginal members of the muslim community. she documents a less orthodox application of islam that forces new interpretations of how to be muslim today. SuSan M. o’Brien is assistant professor of History at the university of Florida. Her work has appeared in Africa Today.

l o c a l d i s c o u r s e i n t h e g lo b a l d i s c u ssion oF human rights Human Rights and African Airwaves focuses on Nkhani Zam’maboma, a popular chichewa news bulletin broadcast on malawi’s public radio. the program often takes authorities to task and questions much of the human rights rhetoric that comes from international organizations. highlighting obligation and mutual dependence, the program expresses, in popular idioms and local narrative forms, grievances and injustices that are closest to malawi’s impoverished public. harri englund reveals broadcasters’ everyday struggles with state-sponsored biases and a listening public with strong views and a critical ear. this fresh look at african-language media shows how africans effectively confront inequality, exploitation, and poverty. Harri engLunD is reader in social anthropology at the university of cambridge. He is author of Prisoners of Freedom: Human Rights and the African Poor, winner of the 2006 amaury talbot prize of the royal anthropological institute.
“An inspired choice of topic. The conceptual framework within which it is presented has been worked out with impressive clarity and delicacy.” —karin barber, university of birmingham

“Illuminates major aspects of Hausa society and challenges longheld assumptions about bori, Islam, and gender.” —john h. hanson, indiana university bloomington

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PostcoloniAl Artists A n d •G l o b A l A e s t h e t i c s

PoStcoLoniaL artiStS anD gLoBaL aeStHeticS
akin adesokan

Music and Globalization
Critical Encounters

MuSic anD gLoBaLization
Critical Encounters edited by Bob W. White

A k i n •A d e s o k A n

Edited by Bob W. White

globalization’s literary and artistic eFFects what happens when social and political processes such as globalization shape cultural production? drawing on a range of writers and filmmakers from africa and elsewhere, akin adesokan explores the forces at work in the production and circulation of culture in a globalized world. he tackles problems such as artistic representation in the era of decolonization, the uneven development of aesthetics across the world, and the impact of location and commodity culture on genres, with a distinctive approach that exposes the global processes transforming cultural forms. akin aDeSokan is assistant professor of comparative literature at indiana university bloomington and author of the novel Roots in the Sky. His writings have appeared in Screen, Textual Practice, Chimurenga, and Research in African Literatures.
“This book is a significant intervention in debates on Postcolonialism and a model of intellectual ambition in its constant crossing of disciplinary and generic boundaries.” —jonathan haynes, long island university

r e t h i n k i n g g l o b a li za t i o n t h r o u g h m usic “world music” emerged as a commercial and musical category in the 1980s, but in some sense music has always been global. through the metaphor of encounters, Music and Globalization explores the dynamics that enable or hinder cross-cultural communication through music. in the stories told by the contributors, we meet well-known players such as david byrne, Peter gabriel, sting, ry cooder, Fela kuti, and gilberto gil, but also lesser-known characters such as the senegalese afro-cuban singer laba sosseh and raramuri fiddle players from northwest mexico. this collection demonstrates that careful historical and ethnographic analysis of global music can show us how globalization operates and what, if anything, we as consumers have to do with it. BoB W. WHite is associate professor in the department of anthropology at the université de montréal and author of Rumba Rules: The Politics of Dance Music in Mobutu’s Zaire.

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tracking gLoBaLization robert J. Foster, editor January 2012 anthropology, ethnomusicology World 256 pages, 6 x 9 cloth 978-0-253-35712-0 $70.00l £52.00 paper 978-0-253-22365-4 $24.95s £16.99 ebook 978-0-253-00541-0 $20.95 £14.99

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Women’s Voices West AfricA

from

WoMen’S voiceS FroM WeSt aFrica

ScreenS anD veiLS
Maghrebi Women’s Cinema Florence Martin

An Anthology of Songs from the Sahel edited by aissata g. Sidikou and thomas a. Hale

An Anthology of Songs from the Sahel

and Thomas

Aissata G. Sidikou A. Hale

Edited by

Florence Martin

aFric an women’s ve r b a l a r t aissata g. sidikou and thomas a. hale reveal the world of women’s songs and singing in west africa. this anthology— collected from 17 ethnic traditions across west africa—introduces the power and beauty of the intimate expressions of african women. the songs, many translated here for the first time, reflect all stages of the life cycle and all walks of life. they entertain, give comfort and encouragement, and empower other women to face the challenges imposed on them by their families, men, and society. Women’s Voices from West Africa opens a new window on women’s changing roles in contemporary africa. aiSSata g. SiDikou is assistant professor of French at the united states naval academy. she is author of Recreating Words, Reshaping Worlds: The Verbal Art of Women from Niger, Mali, and Senegal. tHoMaS a. HaLe is liberal arts professr of african, French, and comparative literature and Head of the French department at pennsylvania state university. He is author of Griots and Griottes: Masters of Words and Music (iup, 1999) and editor (with John William Johnson and stephen belcher) of Oral Epics from Africa (iup, 1997).
“A valuable contribution to the corpus of literature on African women’s verbal art.” —Fiona mc laughlin, university of Florida

t h e c i n e m a t i c vi s i o n o F n o r t h a F r i c a n women directors examined within their economic, cultural, and political context, the work of women maghrebi filmmakers forms a cohesive body of work. Florence martin examines the intersections of nation and gender in seven films, showing how directors turn around the politics of the gaze as they play with the various meanings of the arabic term hijab (veil, curtain, screen). martin analyzes these films on theoretical terms, developing the notion of “transvergence” to examine how maghrebi women’s cinema is flexible, playful, and transgressive. these are distinctive films that traverse cultures, borrowing from and resisting the discourses these cultures propose. FLorence Martin is professor of French and Francophone literature and cinema at goucher college and associate editor of Studies in French Cinema. she is author (with isabelle Favre) of Bessie Smith, De la Guyane à la diaspora africaine and (with maryse Fauvel and stéphanie martin) A vous de voir!

neW DirectionS in nationaL cineMaS Jacqueline reich, editor

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Political crime and the memory of loss

PoLiticaL criMe anD tHe MeMory oF LoSS
John Borneman

Hypersexuality and Headscarves
Race, Sex, and Citizenship in the New Germany

HyPerSexuaLity anD HeaDScarveS
Race, Sex, and Citizenship in the New Germany

John Borneman

Damani J. Partridge
Damani J. Partridge

r eFlections on P o l i t i c s , lo s s , a n d r e c o nciliation in euroP e a n d t h e m i d d le e a s t loss is a fundamental human condition that often leads both individuals and groups to seek redress in the form of violence. but are there possible modes of redress to reckon with loss that might lead to a departure from the violence of collective and individual revenge? this book focuses on the redress of political crime in germany and lebanon, extending its analysis to questions of accountability and democratization. to understand the proposed modes of redress, john borneman links the way the actors define their injuries to the cultural forms of redress and to the social contexts in which they are open to refiguring. borneman theorizes modes of accountability, the american occupation of iraq, and the mechanisms of democratic authority in europe and north america. JoHn BorneMan is professor of anthropology at princeton university. His books include Belonging in the Two Berlins: Kin, State, Nation and Syrian Episodes: Sons, Fathers, and an Anthropologist in Aleppo.
“Provides insights on the ways these societies are working out the residues of war and violence. Ground-breaking in its attention to not only state-sponsored violence but that aimed toward the state.” —deborah reed-danahay, university at buffalo, suny

t h e P o l i t i c s oF m u lt i c u lt u r a l i s m , c i t i z e n s h iP , a n d e X c lu s i o n in this compelling study, damani j. Partridge explores citizenship and exclusion in germany since the fall of the berlin wall. that event seemed to usher in a new era of universal freedom, but post-reunification transformations of german society have in fact produced noncitizens: non-white and “foreign” germans who are simultaneously portrayed as part of the nation and excluded from full citizenship. Partridge considers the situation of vietnamese guest workers “left behind” in the former east germany; images of hypersexualized black bodies reproduced in popular culture; and debates about the use of the headscarf by muslim students and teachers. the author’s experiences as an african american researcher become a substantive part of the analysis. DaMani J. PartriDge is assistant professor in the department of anthropology and the center for afroamerican and african studies at the university of michigan.
“Partridge shows how being included in the body politic can be a form of social control and exclusion. . . . [P]rovides a case study for how one can look at identity politics in connection with the debates about human or national rights for citizens.” —sander l. gilman, emory university

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SECULARISM
SOVIET STYLE
Teaching Atheism and Religion in a Volga Republic

SecuLariSM Soviet StyLe
Teaching Atheism and Religion in a Volga Republic Sonja Luehrmann

The Other Side of Tolerance

21st-Century Turkey
Marcy Brink-Danan

Jewish Life in

JeWiSH LiFe in tWenty-FirStcentury turkey
The Other Side of Tolerance

Marcy Brink-Danan

Sonja Luehrmann

s ecularism and re li g i o s i t y i n ru s s i a , Past and P resent sonja luehrmann explores the soviet atheist effort to build a society without gods or spirits and its afterlife in post-soviet religious revival. combining archival research on atheist propaganda of the 1960s and 1970s with ethnographic fieldwork in the autonomous republic of marij el in russia’s volga region, luehrmann examines how secularist culture-building reshaped religious practice and interreligious relations. this didactic trend has parallels in globalized forms of Protestantism and islam but differs from older uses of religious knowledge in rural russia. at a time when the secularist modernization projects of the 20th century are widely perceived to have failed, Secularism Soviet Style emphasizes the affinities and shared histories of religious and atheist mobilizations. SonJa LueHrMann is author of Alutiiq Villages under Russian and U.S. Rule.
“Well conceived from start to finish and likely to become a benchmark in its field. . . . This deeply thoughtful book should appeal to a wide range of readers.” —bruce grant, new york university

co s m o P o l i t a n i s m a n d j e w i s h i d e n t i t y in istanbul turkey is famed for a history of tolerance toward minorities, and there is a growing nostalgia for the “ottoman mosaic.” in this richly detailed study, marcy brink-danan examines what it means for jews to live as a tolerated minority in contemporary istanbul. often portrayed as the “good minority,” jews in turkey celebrate their long history in the region, yet they are subject to discrimination and their institutions are regularly threatened and periodically attacked. brink-danan explores the contradictions and gaps in the popular ideology of turkey as a land of tolerance, describing how turkish jews manage the tensions between cosmopolitanism and patriotism, difference as jews and sameness as turkish citizens, tolerance and violence. Marcy Brink-Danan is dorot assistant professor of Judaic studies and assistant professor of anthropology at brown university.
“Successfully struggles with applying anthropology to an urbanized and diverse community while deftly unraveling the dilemmas faced by Jews in Istanbul as they balance cosmopolitanism with maintaining a sense of who they are.” —harvey e. goldberg, hebrew university

neW antHroPoLogieS oF euroPe Daphne Berdahl, Matti Bunzl, and Michael Herzfeld, founding editors neW antHroPoLogieS oF euroPe Daphne Berdahl, Matti Bunzl, and Michael Herzfeld, founding editors noveMBer 2011 russia & eastern europe, religion World 288 pages, 14 b&w illus., 2 maps, 6 x 9 cloth 978-0-253-35698-7 $80.00l £60.00 paper 978-0-253-22355-5 $27.95s £18.99 ebook 978-0-253-00542-7 $22.95 £15.99 inDiana SerieS in SePHarDi anD MizraHi StuDieS Harvey e. goldberg and Matthias Lehmann, editors noveMBer 2011 anthropology, Middle east, Judaica World 216 pages, 10 b&w illus., 6 x 9 cloth 978-0-253-35690-1 $70.00l £52.00 paper 978-0-253-22350-0 $24.95s £16.99 ebook 978-0-253-00526-7 $20.95 £14.99
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The

AnThropology of exTincTion
E s s ay s o n C u lt u r E a n d s p E C i E s d E at h

tHe antHroPoLogy oF extinction
Essays on Culture and Species Death

M u lt i t e M p o r a l r e s e a r c h and conteMporary a n t h r o polo g y

RetuRns to the Field

returnS to tHe FieLD
Multitemporal Research and Contemporary Anthropology edited by Signe Howell and aud talle

edited by genese Marie Sodikoff
EditEd by

signe howell

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aud talle

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genese MArie sodikoff

eX tinction as a Fo r c e s h aP i n g socio-cultural an d b i o l o g i c a l l iF e we live in an era marked by an accelerating rate of species death, but since the early days of the discipline, anthropology has contemplated the death of languages, cultural groups, and ways of life. the essays in this collection examine processes and understanding of extinction across various domains. the contributors argue that extinction events can be catalysts for new cultural, social, and technological developments—that extinction processes can, paradoxically, be productive as well as destructive. the essays consider a number of publicized cases: island species in galapagos and madagascar; the death of native american languages; ethnic minorities under pressure to assimilate in china; cloning as a form of species regeneration; and the tiny hominid Homo floresiensis fossils (“hobbits”) recently identified in indonesia. the Anthropology of Extinction offers compelling explorations of issues of widespread concern. geneSe Marie SoDikoFF is assistant professor in the department of sociology and anthropology at rutgers university, newark.

h o w r e vi s i t i n g F i e ld w o r k s i t e s s h aP e s a n t h r oP o l o g i s t s ’ i n t e rP r e t a t i o n s many anthropologists return to their original fieldwork sites a number of times during their careers, but this experience has seldom been subjected to analytic and theoretical scrutiny. the contributors to Returns to the Field have all undertaken multitemporal fieldwork—repeated visits to the same place—over periods ranging from 20 to 40 years among minority groups in africa, latin america, asia, and melanesia. over the years of contact, these anthropologists have witnessed dramatic changes, but also the perseverance of the people they have worked with. in vivid and personal essays, the authors examine the ramifications of this type of fieldwork practice—the kind of knowledge it produces, what methodological tools are appropriate, and how relationships with people in the field site change over time. Signe HoWeLL is professor of social anthropology at the university of oslo. she is author of The Kinning of Foreigners:Transnational Adoption in a Global Perspective; The Ethnography of Moralities; Societies at Peace: An Anthropological Perspective; and Society and Cosmos: Chewong of Peninsular Malaysia. auD taLLe is professor of social anthropology at the university of oslo. she is author of (in norwegian) The Power of Culture: Female Circumcision as Tradition and Taboo and Women at a Loss: Changes in Maasai Pastoralism and Their Effects on Gender Relations.

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rice taLkS

Rice Talks
Food & Communit y in a Vietna mese town

Food and Community in a Vietnamese Town nir avieli

MeRcuRy,
The human and ecological cosT of colonial silver mining in The andes

MiNiNg,

aNd

eMpiRe

Mercury, Mining, anD eMPire

MeRcuRy, MiNiNg,
aNd

The Human and Ecological Cost of Colonial Silver Mining in the Andes nicholas a. robins

eMpiRe

Nir Avieli
t he culinary li Fe o F a vi e t n a m e s e t o w n Rice Talks explores the importance of cooking and eating in the everyday social life of hoi an, a properous market town in central vietnam known for its exceptionally elaborate and sophisticated local cuisine. in a vivid and highly personal account, nir avieli takes the reader from the private setting of the extended family meal into the public realm of the festive, extraordinary, and unique. he shows how foodways relate to class relations, gender roles, religious practices, cosmology, ethnicity, and even local and national politics. this evocative study departs from conventional anthropological research on food by stressing the rich meanings, generative capacities, and potential subversion embedded in foodways and eating. nir avieLi is lecturer in the department of sociology and anthropology at ben gurion university in israel.

Nicholas a. RobiNs

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