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CONTENTS

American History Early America Nineteenth Century Twentieth Century America at War The War of 1812 Race Relations Art, Architecture, and Planning Intellectual, Cultural, and Social History Sports and Popular Culture Of Related Interest Favorite Titles in American History 2 4 8 11 12 15 18 21 23 25 26 28

Politics 16 Transportation 20

History of Science, Technology, and Medicine 30 European and Comparative History Italy and the Mediterranean 33 37 40 42 France 35

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Eastern Europe and Russia Of Related Interest

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AMERICAN HISTORY

New
THE AMISH
DONALD B. KRAYBILL, KAREN M. JOHNSON-WEINER, and STEVEN M. NOLT

This companion book to the American Experience documentary on PBS takes an in-depth look into Amish life in America.
2013 432 pp., 50 halftones, 18 line drawings 978-1-4214-0914-6 $29.95 hardcover

JOHNNY APPLESEED AND THE AMERICAN ORCHARD

A Cultural History
WILLIAM KERRIGAN

Well written, interesting, and original. A multi-layered story of the settling and transformation of the frontier.

James Gilbert, University of Maryland


2012 248 pp., 7 b&w illus., 4 line drawings 978-1-4214-0729-6 $25.00 paperback 978-1-4214-0796-8 $25.00 ebook

BEING AMERICAN IN EUROPE, 17501860


DANIEL KILBRIDE

This is a fine book, very well researched and written. Kilbride offers a unique and powerful definition of Americanness that will prove indispensable to scholars of the period and fascinating to the general reader.

Catherine Allgor, University of California at Riverside


2013 248 pp., 1 map 978-1-4214-0899-6 $34.95 hardcover

ENTERTAINING ELEPHANTS

Animal Agency and the Business of the American Circus


SUSAN NANCE

An important contribution to the history of entertainment, advertising, management, and consumption as well as to the history of humananimal relations. Etienne Benson, author of Wild Wilderness
2013 312 pp., 20 halftones 978-1-4214-0829-3 $55.00 hardcover

REIMAGINING BUSINESS HISTORY


PHILIP SCRANTON and PATRICK FRIDENSON

Business history too readily behaves as a smaller and submissive sibling of economics and economic history. In Reimagining Business History, the authors suggest more expansive and rewarding possibilities, and their attempt to push the field beyond its unacknowledged limits is to be applauded.

Paul Duguid, University of California, Berkeley


2013 272 pp., 1 line drawing 978-1-4214-0862-0 $24.95 paperback

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AMERICAN HISTORY

New in Paperback
ABRAHAM LINCOLN

A Life
MICHAEL BURLINGAME

Named One of the 5 Best Books of 2009 by The Atlantic Named one of the 10 Top Lincoln Books by Chicago Tribune Winner, PROSE Award for Best Book in U.S. History and Biography/Autobiography, Professional and Scholarly Publishing Division of the Association of American Publishers Winner, Lincoln Prize, Civil War Institute at Gettysburg College
This book supplants [Carl] Sandburg and supersedes all other biographies. Future Lincoln books cannot be written without it, and from no other book can a general reader learn so much about Abraham Lincoln. It is the essential title for the bicentennial. James L. Swanson, Publishers Weekly

Volume 1 2013

960 pp., 32 halftones 978-1-4214-0973-3 $29.95 paperback 978-1-4214-1067-8 $29.95 ebook

Volume 2 2013

1,048 pp., 32 b&w photos 978-1-4214-1058-6 $29.95 paperback 978-1-4214-1068-5 $29.95 ebook

ROBOTS IN SPACE

ONE FOR THE ROAD

Technology, Evolution, and Interplanetary Travel


ROGER D. LAUNIUS and HOWARD E. McCURDY

Drunk Driving since 1900


BARRON H. LERNER

Outstanding Academic Title, Choice Magazine


Noted space historians . . . breathe new life into the subject by examining its history as well as its possible future. Air and Space Magazine
2008 336 pp., 2 line drawings 978-1-4214-0763-0 $25.00 paperback

Dr. Lerners account of the long relationship between the automobile and the beverage on both a corporate and a consumer levelis dogged, comprehensive and occasionally quite surprising.

Abigail Zuger, M.D., New York Times


2011 248 pp., 10 b&w photos 978-1-4214-0774-6 $22.95 paperback

EATING SMOKE

GODOR GORILLA

Fire in Urban America, 18001950


MARK TEBEAU

Images of Evolution in the Jazz Age


CONSTANCE ARESON CLARK

Emblazed against a historic backdrop of 150 years, Clarks choice of the 1920s is perfectly suited for her brilliant study of evolutionary imagery, for the Eating Smoke chronicles the parallel development decade saw significant social, economic and poof US firefighting forces and the fire insurance industry. Choice litical changes along with growing tensions over the question of where humans came from.
2003 440 pp., 29 halftones, 2 line drawings 978-1-4214-0762-3 $40.00 paperback

British Journal for the History of Science


2008 312 pp., 4 halftones, 28 line drawings 978-1-4214-0776-0 $25.00 paperback 978-1-4214-0166-9 $25.00 ebook

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AMERICAN HISTORY

Early America New


THE BAPTISM OF EARLY VIRGINIA

How Christianity Created Race


REBECCA ANNE GOETZ

A major contribution to this rich field of historical inquiry.

James Sidbury, Rice University


2012 240 pp., 1 halftone, 1 line drawing 978-1-4214-0700-5 $55.00 hardcover 978-1-4214-0874-3 $55.00 ebook

IMAGINARY CITIZENS

Child Readers and the Limits of American Independence, 16401868


COURTNEY WEIKLE-MILLS

Weikle-Mills clarifies childrens historical relationship to citizenship and shows the way in which childhood helped to define the very terms of citizenship. Julia L. Mickenberg, University of Texas at Austin
2012 280 pp., 9 b&w illus. 978-1-4214-0721-0 $55.00 hardcover 978-1-4214-0807-1 $55.00 ebook

New in Paperback
EVERY HOME A DISTILLERY

Alcohol, Gender, and Technology in the Colonial Chesapeake


SARAH HAND MEACHAM

A well-composed, clearly written, highly informative study that significantly contributes to our understanding of how alcohol was brewed, distributed, and consumed in the colonial Chesapeake area.
2009 208 pp., 9 halftones 978-1-4214-0963-4 $24.95 paperback

Journal of American History


978-0-8018-9791-7 $24.95 ebook

THE UNFINISHED LIFE OF BENJAMIN FRANKLIN


DOUGLAS ANDERSON

A new kind of approach that orients readers toward the text in ways that are illuminating and productive. Carla Mulford, editor of

The Cambridge Companion to Benjamin Franklin


978-1-4214-0613-8 $55.00 ebook

2012 232 pp., 8 b&w illus. 978-1-4214-0523-0 $55.00 hardcover

PLANTING AN EMPIRE

The Early Chesapeake in British North America


JEAN B. RUSSO and J. ELLIOTT RUSSO

A valuable and wide-ranging summary of social, economic, and political developments in the Chesapeake from the beginning of European settlement to the Revolution.

Lorena S. Walsh, author of Motives of Honor, Pleasure, and Prot


2012 256 pp., 13 halftones, 3 line drawings 978-1-4214-0556-8 $25.00 paperback 978-1-4214-0694-7 $25.00 ebook

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AMERICAN HISTORY

Early America
WHEN BENJAMIN FRANKLIN MET THE REVEREND WHITEFIELD KING PHILIPS WAR

Enlightenment, Revival, and the Power of the Printed Word


PETER CHARLES HOFFER

Colonial Expansion, Native Resistance, and the End of Indian Sovereignty


DANIEL R. MANDELL

Outstanding Academic Title, Choice Magazine

This book takes an encounter between Benjamin Mandell has written the best concise account of Franklin and George Whitefield as an opportunity this total war. . . Choice to explore the meaning of the beginnings of mod176 pp., 9 line drawings, 3 halftones ern science and rationality on one hand and evan- 2010 978-0-8018-9628-6 $20.00 paperback gelical religious enthusiasm on the other.
2011 168 pp., 10 b&w photos 978-1-4214-0312-0 $19.95 paperback

MIDNIGHT RIDE, INDUSTRIAL DAWN

JOEL BARLOW

Paul Revere and the Growth of American Enterprise


ROBERT MARTELLO

American Citizen in a Revolutionary World


RICHARD BUEL JR.

Buels Joel Barlow is the first biography in two generations, and the best. Guardian
2011 448 pp., 6 halftones 978-0-8018-9769-6 $34.95 hardcover

Martellos fine study is enriched by his attention to the raw materials, labor practices and customs, capital requirements, and technological dimensions that framed each of Reveres ventures.

Technology and Culture


2010 432 pp. 19 b&w illus., 14 halftones, 1 line drawing 978-0-8018-9758-0 $30.00 paperback

THE HURON-WENDAT FEAST OF THE DEAD

Indian-European Encounters in Early North America


ERIK R. SEEMAN

This book does everything an instructor could wish for by offering a historically rich, dramatic, and vividly rendered narrative that should at once engage and challenge students at all levels.

Neal Salisbury, Smith College


2011 176 pp., 8 halftones, 2 line drawings 978-0-8018-9855-6 $19.95 paperback

CROSSROADS OF EMPIRE

The Middle Colonies in British North America


NED C. LANDSMAN

Landsman and the press are to be commended for promoting . . . the importance of the middle colonies for the development of American society to an English-speaking, twenty-first-century audience that is increasingly unaware of historical perspectives before the founding of the Republic. Historian
2010 256 pp. 10 b&w illus., 7 halftones, 3 line drawings 978-0-8018-9768-9 $25.00 paperback

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AMERICAN HISTORY

Early America
BUYING INTO THE WORLD OF GOODS CAPTIVES AND COUNTRYMEN

Early Consumers in Backcountry Virginia


ANN SMART MARTIN

Barbary Slavery and the American Public, 17851816


LAWRENCE A. PESKIN

Cowinner, Fred Kniffen Book Award, Pioneer America Society/Association for the Preservation of Landscapes and Artifacts Winner, Hagley Prize in Business History, The Business History Conference
The best study we have to date of early American consumerism.

Peskins splendid book gives the reader a new way to look at the Barbary piracy.

Times Literary Supplement


2009 272 pp., 2 halftones 978-0-8018-9139-7 $57.00 hardcover 978-0-8018-9895-2 $57.00 ebook

Reviews in American History


2008 288 pp. 12 color photos, 34 halftones, 4 line drawings 978-0-8018-9826-6 $25.00 paperback 978-0-8018-9848-8 $25.00 ebook

NATURE AND HISTORY IN THE POTOMAC COUNTRY

From Hunter-Gatherers to the Age of Jefferson


JAMES D. RICE

THE OVERFLOWING OF FRIENDSHIP

Love between Men and the Creation of the American Republic


RICHARD GODBEER

A well-executed regional history that serves as a powerful example of the necessity of environmental history focused on the intimate details of both natural and cultural landscapes.

The Overflowing of Friendship is a sophisticated analysis of sources that have long confused historians. Offering a thoughtful window onto the world of early American men, it demonstrates that sympathy and affection were important qualities for the founding fathers.

Virginia Magazine of History and Biography


2009 360 pp., 6 halftones, 2 line drawings 978-0-8018-9032-1 $42.00 hardcover

SCRAPING BY

New England Quarterly


2009 272 pp. 978-0-8018-9120-5 $35.00 hardcover

Wage Labor, Slavery, and Survival in Early Baltimore


SETH ROCKMAN

Cowinner, Merle Curti Award, Organization of American Historians Winner, Philip Taft Labor History Book Award, ILR School at Cornell University and the Labor and Working-Class History Association Winner, H. L. Mitchell Award, Southern Historical Association
2008 392 pp., 8 halftones, 4 line drawings 978-0-8018-9007-9 $27.00 paperback

RACE, SEX, AND SOCIAL ORDER IN EARLY NEW ORLEANS


JENNIFER M. SPEAR

Winner, Kemper and Leila Williams Prize in Lousiana History, The Historic New Orleans Collection and the Louisiana Historical Association
A sophisticated navigation of the intersections of race, status, and sexuality and the permeability of each boundary. Journal of World History
2009 352 pp., 7 halftones 978-0-8018-8680-5 $52.00 hardcover

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AMERICAN HISTORY

Early America
THE UPPER COUNTRY SAINTS AND STRANGERS

French Enterprise in the Colonial Great Lakes


CLAIBORNE A. SKINNER

New England in British North America


JOSEPH A. CONFORTI

Outstanding Academic Title, Choice Magazine

Provides a fine, detailed analysis of French Conforti ably covers large amounts of material efforts to appropriate this region, to control and and time with inviting prose . . . Confortis work extract the greatest possible benefit from it, all comes highly recommended. Itinerario the while emphasizing the importance of Amerin2005 248 pp., 7 halftones, 4 line drawings dian alliances in both exploiting this region and in 978-0-8018-8254-8 $22.00 paperback denying access to the British.

Canadian Historical Review


2008 224 pp., 3 halftones, 6 maps 978-0-8018-8838-0 $27.00 paperback

AT THE EDGE OF EMPIRE

The Backcountry in British North America


ERIC HINDERAKER and PETER C. MANCALL

FRANCE AND THE AMERICAN TROPICS TO 1700

Tropics of Discontent?
PHILIP P. BOUCHER

Thanks to the authors impressive scholarship we now understand how a place once despised as a backcountry quickly became the dynamic frontier of economic and social development in the United States. Washington Times
2003 224 pp., 17 b&w illus. 978-0-8018-7137-5 $21.00 paperback

Boucher writes with full sensitivity to the complex religious politics of France and Europe.

Journal of American History


2008 392 pp., 25 line drawings 978-0-8018-8726-0 $28.00 paperback

THE BRAVE NEW WORLD

A History of Early America


second edition
PETER CHARLES HOFFER

Instructors of courses in colonial America should consider this thorough textbook . . . Hoffer does a remarkable job. Teaching History
2006 544 pp., 17 line drawings 978-0-8018-8483-2 $26.00 paperback

ENGLISH AND CATHOLIC

The Lords Baltimore in the Seventeenth Century


JOHN D. KRUGLER

Kruglers scholarship goes far to correct sectarian assessments of Catholic proprietorships in colonial Newfoundland and Maryland . . . A welltold tale of Catholic English court politics, impressively researched and cogently argued.

Religious Studies Review


2004 336 pp., 3 halftones 978-0-8018-9083-3 $27.00 paperback 978-1-4214-0200-0 $27.00 ebook

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AMERICAN HISTORY

Nineteenth Century New


SECESSION WINTER

When the Union Fell Apart


ROBERT J. COOK, WILLIAM L. BARNEY, and ELIZABETH R. VARON

For five months in the winter of 18601861, Americans did not know for certain that civil war was upon them. Three senior historians look at the political process of secession and find multiple internal divisions political parties, whites and nonwhites, elites and masses, men and women.
2013 128 pp. 978-1-4214-0896-5 $19.95 paperback

BORN SOUTHERN

Childbirth, Motherhood, and Social Networks in the Old South


V. LYNN KENNEDY

This treatment of antebellum southern maternity takes the issue beyond womens history and the often too tight frame of family and community history and places it at the center of southern power relations.

Journal of Southern History


2009 288 pp. 978-1-4214-0580-3 $30.00 paperback 978-0-8018-9740-5 $30.00 ebook

ENCOUNTERING REVOLUTION

Haiti and the Making of the Early Republic


ASHLI WHITE

Winner, Gilbert Chinard Prize, Society for French Historical Studies and the Institut Franais dAmrique
White has written the go-to or standard account of the Haitian Revolutions impact on the United States. H-SHEAR, H-Net Reviews
2010 280 pp., 11 halftones 978-1-4214-0581-0 $25.00 paperback

THE FRAGILE FABRIC OF UNION

Cotton, Federal Politics, and the Global Origins of the Civil War
BRIAN SCHOEN

Winner, Bennett H. Wall Award, Southern Historical Association


Schoen has written an immensely important history of southern political economy, one that is destined to be prominent in future studies of the Old South. Civil War Book Review
2009 384 pp., 9 halftones 978-1-4214-0404-2 $30.00 paperback

MONEY OVER MASTERY, FAMILY OVER FREEDOM

Slavery in the Antebellum Upper South


CALVIN SCHERMERHORN

There is much to admire in Schermerhorns book. . . A compelling, finely grained study. Journal of American History
2011 296 pp., 2 line drawings 978-1-4214-0036-5 $30.00 paperback

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AMERICAN HISTORY

Nineteenth Century
BLOODSHED AT LITTLE BIGHORN MOSES OF SOUTH CAROLINA

Sitting Bull, Custer, and the Destinies of Nations


TIM LEHMAN

A Jewish Scalawag during Radical Reconstruction


BENJAMIN GINSBERG

Winner, High Plains Book Award, Nonfiction


For interested but uninitiated readers who wish to learn about the topic, this fast moving and well-written survey will be ideal. Booklist
2010 232 pp., 5 halftones, 2 line drawings 978-0-8018-9501-2 $19.95 paperback

The author makes the Byzantine politics of the period understandable. His discussion of Mosess marginality, the politics of corruption, the economy, and land reform in the state is compelling, intriguing, and audacious.

Civil War Book Review


2010 240 pp., 7 halftones 978-0-8018-9464-0 $50.00 hardcover

INVESTING IN LIFE

Insurance in Antebellum America


SHARON ANN MURPHY

THE CANING OF CHARLES SUMNER

An extraordinary and valuable study of what these events of history reveal not only about An intriguing, instructive history of the establishAmerica of the past, but also America of today. ment and development of the life insurance inMidwest Book Review dustry that reveals a good deal about changing 2010 160 pp., 6 halftones social and commercial conditions in antebellum America. Choice 978-0-8018-9469-5 $19.95 paperback
2010 416 pp., 5 halftones, 1 line drawing 978-0-8018-9624-8 $67.00 hardcover

Winner, Hagley Prize in Business History, Hagley Museum and Library and the Business History Conference

Honor, Idealism, and the Origins of the Civil War


WILLIAMJAMES HULL HOFFER

SOUTHERN SONS

Becoming Men in the New Nation


LORRI GLOVER

We read about young men who exhibited a lifelong negotiation with authority, with societys expectations, with one another, and eventually with the North . . . Well-written, meticulously researched. Journal of the Early Republic
2007 264 pp. 978-0-8018-9821-1 $25.00 paperback

THE HORSE IN THE CITY

Living Machines in the Nineteenth Century


CLAY MCSHANE and JOEL A. TARR

Honorable Mention, Lewis Mumford Prize, American Society of City and Regional Planning
A deeply researched exploration of the intimate relationships among horses, humans, urbanization, industrialization, and reform.

Agricultural History
2007 280 pp., 42 b&w illus. 978-1-4214-0043-3 $30.00 paperback

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AMERICAN HISTORY

Nineteenth Century
NEW ORLEANS AFTER THE CIVIL WAR JOLLY FELLOWS

Race, Politics, and a New Birth of Freedom


JUSTIN A. NYSTROM

Male Milieus in Nineteenth-Century America


RICHARD STOTT

A richly detailed, thought-provoking study of poli- A fascinating exploration of the relationship betics in postbellum New Orleans . . . Breaks new tween a powerful cultural symbol and those who ground and will generate fresh thinking about embodied it, and of the challenges involved in Reconstruction in New Orleans and the nation. extracting the latter from the former.

Journal of American History


2010 344 pp., 6 halftones 978-0-8018-9434-3 $60.00 hardcover

American Historical Review


2009 384 pp., 26 halftones 978-0-8018-9137-3 $57.00 hardcover

KING OF THE LOBBY

AFTER THE GOLD RUSH

The Life and Times of Sam Ward, Man-About-Washington in the Gilded Age
KATHRYN ALLAMONG JACOB

Tarnished Dreams in the Sacramento Valley


DAVID VAUGHT

Jacobs trim and surprising biography of Sam Ward . . . will not change most peoples view of what is essentially a hustlers profession. But she brilliantly shows how, in the hands of a master, lobbying can be lifted to the level of art.

An excellent history of farming in the Sacramento Valley in the late nineteenth century.

California History
2007 328 pp., 4 halftones, 5 line drawings 978-0-8018-9257-8 $32.00 paperback

Wall Street Journal


2009 240 pp., 20 halftones 978-0-8018-9397-1 $40.00 hardcover 978-0-8018-9827-3 $40.00 ebook

OLD DOMINION, INDUSTRIAL COMMONWEALTH

Coal, Politics, and Economy in Antebellum America


SEAN PATRICK ADAMS

WATERPOWER IN LOWELL

Engineering and Industry in Nineteenth-Century America


PATRICK M. MALONE

Outstanding Academic Title, Choice Magazine


2004 324 pp., 11 line drawings 978-0-8018-9400-8 $30.00 paperback 978-1-4214-0051-8 $30.00 ebook

Winner, Peter Neaverson Award, Association for Industrial Archaeology


This worthy contribution to historical understanding is also an accessible undergraduate text . . . It would enliven any survey course in the history of American technology.

Technology and Culture


2009 272 pp., 32 halftones, 7 line drawings 978-0-8018-9306-3 $27.00 paperback

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AMERICAN HISTORY

Twentieth Century New


A NATION OF SMALL SHAREHOLDERS COMPETING WITH THE SOVIETS

Marketing Wall Street after World War II


JANICE M. TRAFLET

Science, Technology, and the State in Cold War America


AUDRA J. WOLFE

How New York Stock Exchange leaders in the decades after the Great Crash of 1929 helped popularize equity investing.
2013 256 pp. 978-1-4214-0902-3 $45.00 hardcover

An impressive synthesis of a massive quantity of sources. Wolfe writes forcefully and clearly with occasional sparkles of wit, while managing to navigate a balanced course through some rather heated historiographical disputes. She succeeds brilliantly.

Michael D. Gordin, Princeton University


2012 176 pp., 15 halftones 978-1-4214-0771-5 $19.95 paperback

THREE GENERATIONS, NO IMBECILES

Eugenics, the Supreme Court, and Buck v. Bell


PAUL A. LOMBARDO

Winner, Georgia Author of the Year Award for Creative Nonfiction History
Most thorough examination to date . . . Readers will be both intrigued and disturbed by what they encounter. H-Law, H-Net Reviews
2008 384 pp., 17 halftones, 8 line drawings 978-0-8018-9824-2 $25.00 paperback

SETTING THE TABLE FOR JULIA CHILD

SECRET HISTORIES

Gourmet Dining in America, 19341961


DAVID STRAUSS

Reading Twentieth-Century American Literature


DAVID WYATT

An important prologue to the start of a revolution in American cooking. Choice


2011 352 pp., 8 color illus., 20 halftones 978-0-8018-9773-3 $45.00 hardcover

I felt fortunate to come across David Wyatts Secret Histories because Wyatt so clearly delights in American fiction.

Reviews in American History


2010 424 pp. 978-0-8018-9712-2 $35.00 paperback

ETHICAL IMPERIALISM

Institutional Review Boards and the Social Sciences, 19652009


ZACHARY M. SCHRAG

VEGAS AT ODDS

A valuable contribution to the history of federal science policy and a useful critique of a system ill-suited to the uses to which it is being put.

Labor Conflict in a Leisure Economy, 19601985


JAMES P. KRAFT

Journal of American History


2010 264 pp. 978-0-8018-9490-9 $45.00 hardcover

A welcome addition to the field of labor relations and labor history.

Choice
2009 304 pp., 24 halftones 978-0-8018-9357-5 $57.00 hardcover

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AMERICAN HISTORY

America at War New


MY LAI TO ANTIETAM CREEK

The Maryland Campaign of September 1862


D. SCOTT HARTWIG

An American Atrocity in the Vietnam War


WILLIAM THOMAS ALLISON

Allison tells the story of a terrible moment in American history and explores how to deal with the aftermath. This will not only help students remember and understand the event, but also put it in context and see how far the military has come in its discipline and wartime preparation.

By far the best work done on the Maryland Campaign, To Antietam Creek will set the standard for many, many years to come.

Thomas G. Clemens, Save Historic Antietam Foundation


2012 808 pp., 25 halftones 978-1-4214-0631-2 $49.95 hardcover 978-1-4214-0876-7 $49.95 ebook

H-War, H-Net Reviews


2012 184 pp., 6 halftones 978-1-4214-0645-9 $19.95 paperback 978-1-4214-0706-7 $19.95 ebook

MARYLANDS CIVIL WAR PHOTOGRAPHS

The Sesquicentennial Collection


ROSS J. KELBAUGH

AFRICAN AMERICAN FACES OF THE CIVIL WAR

An Album
RONALD S. CODDINGTON

This finely bound and printed book presents the work of skilled photographers who captured soldiers and civilians, prisoners of war and working artisans while they were at the studio, on the battlefield, in the campsite, the hospital and the home front. Civil War Librarian

with a foreword by J. Matthew Gallman Coddingtons use of African American-owned newspapers and pension records is groundbreaking. It does nothing to diminish the depth and precision of Coddingtons research to say that each compelling vignette prompts the reader to hurriedly flip to the next one.

Maryland Historical Society


2012 288 pp., 237 color illus., 238 b&w illus. 978-0-9842135-1-1 $30.00 paperback

Publishers Weekly (starred review)


2012 384 pp., 77 halftones 978-1-4214-0625-1 $29.95 hardcover 978-1-4214-0723-4 $29.95 ebook

IN FULL GLORY REFLECTED

Discovering the War of 1812 in the Chesapeake


RALPH E. ESHELMAN and BURTON K. KUMMEROW

This stunning new fully illustrated volume is the very best ever done on the Chesapeake Bay campaigns in both Maryland and Virginia, bar none.

Captains Locker
Maryland Historical Society
2012 256 pp. 186 color illus., 25 b&w illus., 23 maps 978-0-9842135-4-2 $24.95 paperback

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AMERICAN HISTORY

America at War
THEGOOD WAR IN AMERICAN MEMORY
JOHN BODNAR

FACES OF THE CIVIL WAR

An Album of Union Soldiers and Their Stories


RONALD S. CODDINGTON

Show[s] movingly and with great care how the history of emotion is embedded in the history of war and point[s] the way to future scholarship with authority and conviction. That is no mean achievement. American Historical Review
2010 320 pp., 12 halftones 978-1-4214-0582-7 $25.00 paperback

with a foreword by Michael Fellman These are haunting storiesand so are their pictures. Journal of Southern History
2004 280 pp., 77 halftones 978-0-8018-7876-3 $31.95 hardcover 978-1-4214-1039-5 $31.95 ebook

REMIXING THE CIVIL WAR

FACES OF THE CONFEDERACY

Meditations on the Sesquicentennial


edited by THOMAS J. BROWN

An Album of Southern Soldiers and Their Stories


RONALD S. CODDINGTON

This collection of essays highlights more than with a foreword by Michael Fellman ever how Civil War remembrance and commemoration continue to inform the present in unex- A lavishly produced visual record of southern Civil War soldiers. Civil War Books and Authors pected and meaningful ways.

Virginia Magazine
2011 256 pp., 17 b&w illus. 978-1-4214-0251-2 $25.00 paperback

2008 312 pp., 78 halftones 978-0-8018-9019-2 $31.95 hardcover

HOME FRONT BALTIMORE

An Album of Stories from World War II


GILBERT SANDLER

Sandler shows how profoundly that conflict [World War II] affected the people of Baltimore. Culling newspaper archives, he finds compelling stories about regular folks pitching in, day in and day out. Baltimore Magazine
2011 176 pp., 129 halftones 978-0-8018-9983-6 $29.95 hardcover

OFFICER, NURSE, WOMAN

The Army Nurse Corps in the Vietnam War


KARA DIXON VUIC

Winner, Lavinia L. Dock Award, American Association for the History of Nursing
An important new contribution to how we understand womens participation in the U.S. military after World War II.

H-Minerva, H-Net Reviews


2009 304 pp., 16 halftones 978-1-4214-0444-8 $25.00 paperback

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AMERICAN HISTORY

America at War
THE BUSINESS OF CIVIL WAR

Military Mobilization and the State, 18611865


MARK R. WILSON

2006 320 pp., 7 halftones, 2 line drawings 978-0-8018-9820-4 $25.00 paperback

GUSTAVUS VASA FOX OF THE UNION NAVY

A Biography
ARI HOOGENBOOM

2008 408 pp., 9 halftones, 10 line drawings 978-0-8018-8986-8 $40.00 hardcover

INTENSELY HUMAN

The Health of the Black Soldier in the American Civil War


MARGARET HUMPHREYS

2008 224 pp., 3 halftones, 7 line drawings 978-0-8018-8696-6 $42.00 hardcover 978-1-4214-0238-3 $42.00 ebook

MARYLAND VOICES OF THE CIVIL WAR


edited by CHARLES W. MITCHELL

Winner, Founders Award. The Museum of the Confederacy


2007 568 pp., 41 halftones, 52 line drawings 978-0-8018-8621-8 $38.00 hardcover

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AMERICAN HISTORY

The War of 1812


THE ROCKETS RED GLARE FLOTILLA

An Illustrated History of the War of 1812


DONALD R. HICKEY and CONNIE D. CLARK

The Patuxent Naval Campaign in the War of 1812

This is an impressive and thoughtful work. Its im- DONALD G. SHOMETTE agery makes it an important addition to any col- foreword by Fred W. Hopkins, Jr. lection focusing on the War of 1812; with its text It is well written and filled with details and facts and image combined, it is an excellent starting that bring the story of this campaign to life. place for introducing Americans to the conflict.

Naval History
2011 264 pp., 27 color illus., 139 b&w illus., 9 maps 978-1-4214-0155-3 $39.95 hardcover

Nautical Research Journal

2009 520 pp., 26 halftones, 14 line drawings 978-0-8018-9122-9 $38.00 hardcover

187 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THE WAR OF 1812

THE DAWNS EARLY LIGHT


WALTER LORD

An Easy Question-and-Answer Guide


DONALD R. HICKEY

with a new foreword by Scott S. Sheads Still the best account available of the two key battles of the War of 1812.

A choice pick for public, high school, and even college library collections due to its concise, reader-friendly format. Midwest Book Review

Baltimore City Paper


2012 400 pp., 29 b&w photos 978-1-4214-0547-6 $24.95 paperback

Maryland Historical Society


2012 160 pp., 12 halftones 978-0-9842135-2-8 $15.00 paperback

A TRAVEL GUIDE TO THE WAR OF 1812 IN THE CHESAPEAKE

Eighteen Tours in Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia


RALPH E. ESHELMAN

Eshelman offers context, directions, maps and other pertinent details for those with a taste for exploring sites related to the war.

Richmond Times-Dispatch
2011 296 pp., 104 halftones, 24 line drawings 978-0-8018-9837-2 $24.95 paperback

THE WAR OF 1812 IN THE CHESAPEAKE

A Reference Guide to Historic Sites in Maryland, Virginia, and the District of Columbia
RALPH E. ESHELMAN, SCOTT S. SHEADS, and DONALD R. HICKEY

This informative and painstakingly constructed resource would be of use to anyone studying the history of the often-forgotten War of 1812.

Choice
2010 424 pp., 112 halftones, 29 line drawings 978-0-8018-9235-6 $67.00 hardcover

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AMERICAN HISTORY

Politics New
PROGRESSIVES AT WAR THE PAPERS OF GEORGE CATLETT MARSHALL

William G. McAdoo and Newton D. Baker, 18631941


DOUGLAS B. CRAIG

The Whole World Hangs in the Balance, January 8, 1947September 30, 1949
Volume 6
edited by LARRY I. BLAND, MARK A. STOLER, SHARON RITENOUR STEVENS, and DANIEL D. HOLT

Craigs study of McAdoo and Baker illuminates the aspirations and struggles of two prominent southern Democrats.
2013 552 pp., 10 b&w illus. 978-1-4214-0718-0 $59.95 hardcover

George Catlett Marshalls significant foreign policy achievements as secretary of state included the Marshall Plan, a daring effort to aid post World War II European recovery.
2012 880 pp., 46 b&w photos, 4 maps 978-1-4214-0792-0 $90.00 hardcover

PROTESTING AFFIRMATIVE ACTION

THE TEA PARTY

The Struggle over Equality after the Civil Rights Revolution


DENNIS DESLIPPE

A Brief History
RONALD P. FORMISANO

A welcome examination of affirmative action opposition in the often-overlooked period before Bakke. Choice
2012 296 pp. 978-1-4214-0358-8 $55.00 hardcover 978-1-4214-0431-8 $55.00 ebook

Formisano merits attention for providing evenhanded perspective on and clarifying misconceptions about Americas recent political phenomenon . . . The author makes valuable clarifications: the Tea Party and the religious right are not synonymous, and there are factional disputes.

Publishers Weekly
2012 152 pp. 978-1-4214-0596-4 $19.95 hardcover 978-1-4214-0610-7 $19.95 ebook

THE POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY OF ALEXANDER HAMILTON


MICHAEL P. FEDERICI

[A] comprehensive and very thoughtful work that should go a long way toward restoring Hamilton to his rightful place among our Founding Fathers.

EISENHOWER AND THE COLD WAR ECONOMY


WILLIAM M. MCCLENAHAN, JR., and WILLIAM H. BECKER

American Conservative
2012 304 pp. 978-1-4214-0539-1 $24.95 paperback 978-1-4214-0660-2 $24.95 ebook

This clearly written, accessible, and well-researched study is a welcome addition to the surprisingly small literature on the economic policies of the Eisenhower administration.

Journal of American History


2011 328 pp., 2 graphs 978-1-4214-0265-9 $55.00 hardcover

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AMERICAN HISTORY

Politics
TORTURE AND STATE VIOLENCE IN THE UNITED STATES PRESIDENTIAL DECISIONS FOR WAR

A Short Documentary History


edited by ROBERT M. PALLITTO

Korea, Vietnam, the Persian Gulf, and Iraq


second edition
GARY R. HESS

[Pallitto] tries to demonstrate that the cruelty A thorough, concise, and readable primer on warmanifest in American state violencethe genus time presidential leadership. Historian of which torture is a specieshas been a con2009 344 pp. stant in the 400 years of American history.

Choice
2011 288 pp. 978-1-4214-0249-9 $25.00 paperback

978-0-8018-9124-3 $25.95 paperback

THE POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY OF GEORGE WASHINGTON


JEFFRY H. MORRISON

AMERICAN LABOR, CONGRESS, AND THE WELFARE STATE, 19352010


TRACY ROOF

A useful introduction to Washingtons political thought.


2009 256 pp., 1 halftone 978-0-8018-9109-0 $42.00 hardcover

Choice

This meticulously researched book may well be the final word on what has prevented the labor movement from making greater strides.

Peter L. Francia, author of The Future of

Organized Labor in American Politics


2011 296 pp., 7 line drawings 978-1-4214-0087-7 $30.00 paperback

THE POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY OF THOMAS PAINE


JACK FRUCHTMAN JR.

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Fruchtmans concise analysis is tightly focused . . . a coherent vision of Paines work, encompassing his many contradictions.

Times Literary Supplement


2009 224 pp. 978-1-4214-0401-1 $25.00 paperback

DOCUMENTARY HISTORY OF THE FIRST FEDERAL CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, MARCH 4, 1789MARCH 3, 1791
edited by CHARLENE BANGS BICKFORD, KENNETH R. BOWLING, WILLIAM CHARLES DIGIACOMANTONIO, and HELEN E. VEIT

Volume 18 2011

952 pp., 7 halftones 978-0-8018-9445-9 $125.00 hardcover

Correspondence: Second Session, October 1789March 14, 1790

Volume 19

2011 1,136 pp., 6 halftones 978-0-8018-9446-6 $125.00 hardcover 2011 1,080 pp., 6 halftones 978-0-8018-9447-3 $125.00 hardcover

Correspondence: Second Session, March 15June 1790

Volume 20

Correspondence: Second Session, JulyOctober 1790

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AMERICAN HISTORY

Race Relations

New
RACE, EMPIRE, AND THE CRISIS OF THE SUBPRIME
edited by PAULA CHAKRAVARTTY and DENISE FERREIRA DA SILVA

REBELLION IN BLACK AND WHITE

Southern Student Activism in the 1960s


edited by ROBERT COHEN and DAVID J. SNYDER

foreword by Dan T. Carter Rebellion in Black and White is truly original. Historians and students now have a more comprehensive and truly nationwide scholarly treatment to supplement the dominant works that focused on student activism at selected universities of the Pacific Coast, the Big Ten, and the East Coast.

A major factor leading to the U.S. financial crisis was predatory lending by large banks to underprivileged and often nonwhite borrowers.

A Special Issue of American Quarterly


2013 336 pp., 19 halftones 978-1-4214-1001-2 $30.00 paperback

John Thelin, author of A History

AND THE CROOKED PLACES MADE STRAIGHT

of American Higher Education


2013 368 pp., 12 b&w illus. 978-1-4214-0850-7 $29.95 paperback

The Struggle for Social Change in the 1960s


second edition, updated
DAVID CHALMERS

New in Paperback
HERE LIES JIM CROW

Marvelously comprehensive and superbly written. An exceptionally valuable overview of the 1960s, replete with astute interpretations and commentary.

Civil Rights in Maryland


C. FRASER SMITH

David J. Garrow, author of the Pulitzer

Prizewinning Bearing the Cross: Martin Luther King, Jr., and the Southern Christian Leadership Conference
2012 232 pp. 978-1-4214-0822-4 $27.00 paperback

The most compelling aspect of the book is the stories Smith gleaned from dozens of interviews with Marylanders, black and white, who lived with segregation and fought to end its practices.

Baltimore Sun
2008 344 pp., 24 halftones 978-1-4214-0765-4 $25.00 paperback

BOOKER T. WASHINGTON REDISCOVERED


edited by MICHAEL SCOTT BIEZE and MARYBETH GASMAN

PSYCHOLOGY COMES TO HARLEM

Rethinking the Race Question in Twentieth-Century America


JAY GARCIA

Most significantly, the books rich use of pictures to show historical documents provides contexts and shows the aura they possessed, considerably more than any existing scholarship on Washington has done. Choice
2012 280 pp., 163 halftones 978-1-4214-0471-4 $34.95 paperback 978-1-4214-0552-0 $34.95 ebook

An illuminating picture of mid-twentieth-century American literary culture and intellectual life, Psychology Comes to Harlem reveals the critical and intellectual innovation of literary artists who bridged psychology and antiracism to challenge segregation.
2012 232 pp. 978-1-4214-0519-3 $50.00 hardcover 978-1-4214-0541-4 $50.00 ebook

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AMERICAN HISTORY

Race Relations
SLAVERYS GHOST FLY AWAY

The Problem of Freedom in the Age of Emancipation


RICHARD FOLLETT, ERIC FONER, and WALTER JOHNSON

The Great African American Cultural Migrations


PETER M. RUTKOFF and WILLIAM B. SCOTT

Slaverys Ghost explores the dire, debilitating, sometimes crushing effects of slavery on race relations in American history.
2011 128 pp. 978-1-4214-0236-9 $19.95 paperback

The authors, while attentive to necessary statistics and succinct in general historical background, transform the migrating millions from an indistinguishable mass into distinct communities.

Publishers Weekly (starred review)


2010 432 pp., 66 halftones, 9 maps 978-0-8018-9477-0 $45.00 hardcover

MIXING RACES

From Scientific Racism to Modern Evolutionary Ideas


PAUL LAWRENCE FARBER

A fascinating look at how evolutionary science has changed alongside social beliefs.

Midwest Book Review


2010 136 pp., 14 halftones 978-0-8018-9813-6 $19.95 paperback

FROM BLACK POWER TO BLACK STUDIES

How a Radical Social Movement Became an Academic Discipline


FABIO ROJAS

Rojass organizational perspective, informed by a strong foundation in sociological theory, provides valuable insights. Journal of Black Studies
2007 304 pp., 6 halftones, 2 line drawings 978-0-8018-9825-9 $26.00 paperback

THE HARLEM RENAISSANCE REVISITED

Politics, Arts, and Letters


edited by JEFFREY O. G. OGBAR

Ogbar creates a rich forum that has the potential to inform the future of the field. Melus
2010 272 pp. 978-0-8018-9461-9 $30.00 paperback

BLACK POWER

Radical Politics and African American Identity


JEFFREY O. G. OGBAR

Outstanding Academic Title, Choice Magazine


This book will be the standard-bearer on the subject for years to come.

Journal of American History


2004 280 pp., 6 halftones, 3 line drawings 978-0-8018-8275-3 $26.00 paperback

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AMERICAN HISTORY

Transportation New
TRAIN WRECK

New in Paperback
THE ELECTRIC VEHICLE

The Forensics of Rail Disasters


GEORGE BIBEL

Technology and Expectations in the Automobile Age


GIJS MOM

Riveting tales of trains gone wrong, the detective work of finding out why, and the safety improvements that were born of tragedy.
2012 368 pp., 19 halftones, 101 line drawings 978-1-4214-0590-2 $29.95 hardcover 978-1-4214-0652-7 $29.95 ebook

Winner, Engineer-Historian Award, International History and Heritage Committee, American Society of Mechanical Engineers Winner, Nicholas-Joseph Cugnot Award, Society of Automotive Historians
A stunning triumph of creative and sophisticated scholarship . . . Moms prescriptionthat technological change be studied holisticallyis a potent antidote to the poisonous extremes of technological, economic, and sociocultural determinism.

Business History Review


2004 440 pp., 42 halftones, 15 line drawings 978-1-4214-0970-2 $34.95 paperback

A RAILROAD ATLAS OF THE UNITED STATES IN 1946

RAILROADS IN THE OLD SOUTH

Volume 4: Illinois, Wisconsin, and Upper Michigan


RICHARD C. CARPENTER

Pursuing Progress in a Slave Society


AARON W. MARRS

2009 288 pp., 7 halftones, 12 line drawings 978-0-8018-9130-4 $58.00 hardcover

This will be the finest railroad atlas ever published.

THE MODEL T

John C. Hudson, Northwestern University


2011 336 pp., 286 color illus., 9 halftones 978-1-4214-0146-1 $70.00 hardcover

A Centennial History
ROBERT CASEY

Michigan Notable Book, Library of Michigan


2008 168 pp., 102 halftones, 8 line drawings 978-0-8018-8850-2 $26.95 hardcover

RAILROADS IN THE AFRICAN AMERICAN EXPERIENCE

A Photographic Journey
THEODORE KORNWEIBEL, JR.

DEATH RODE THE RAILS

Winner, George W. and Constance M. Hilton Book Award, Railway and Locomotive Historical Society Outstanding Academic Title, Choice Magazine
2010 568 pp., 18 color illus., 181 halftones 978-0-8018-9162-5 $40.00 hardcover

American Railroad Accidents and Safety, 18281965


MARK ALDRICH

2006 480 pp., 40 halftones, 29 line drawings 978-0-8018-9402-2 $36.00 paperback 978-0-8018-8907-3 $36.00 ebook

THE GREAT SOCIETY SUBWAY

DINING ON THE B&O

A History of the Washington Metro


ZACHARY M. SCHRAG

Recipes and Sidelights from a Bygone Age


THOMAS J. GRECO and KARL D. SPENCE

in Association with the B&O Railroad Museum


2009 208 pp., 16 color illus., 25 halftones 978-0-8018-9323-0 $34.95 hardcover

2006 376 pp., 66 halftones, 9 line drawings 978-0-8018-8246-3 $33.00 hardcover

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AMERICAN HISTORY

Art, Architecture, and Planning New


GEORGE WASHINGTONS EYE OUTDOOR SCULPTURE IN BALTIMORE

Landscape, Architecture, and Design at Mount Vernon


JOSEPH MANCA

A Historical Guide to Public Art in the Monumental City


CINDY KELLY

photographs by Edwin Harlan Remsberg

Explore the beauty and history of Mount Vernon Some reference books become immediately inand the inquisitive, independent mind of its fa- dispensable. This is one of them. mous architect and landscape designer.

Baltimore Magazine

A comprehensive and well-illustrated history of Washingtons estate.

Richmond Times-Dispatch
2012 344 pp., 32 color illus., 149 b&w illus. 978-1-4214-0432-5 $49.95 hardcover 978-1-4214-0561-2 $49.95 ebook

2011 416 pp. 245 halftones, 250 halftones, 18 line drawings, 23 line drawings 978-0-8018-9722-1 $44.95 hardcover

ANNAPOLIS, CITY ON THE SEVERN

A History
JANE WILSON MCWILLIAMS

SIGNS, STREETS, AND STOREFRONTS

A History of Architecture and Graphics along Americas Commercial Corridors


MARTIN TREU

Maryland Preservation Award for Excellence in Media and Publications, Maryland Historic Trust
2011 512 pp. 22 color illus., 164 halftones, 5 line drawings 978-0-8018-9659-0 $44.95 hardcover

A compelling history and study of what makes American architecture unique: entice, appeal and sell! A must read.

Richard Guy Wilson, University of Virginia


2012 432 pp., 39 color illus., 134 b&w illus. 978-1-4214-0494-3 $49.95 hardcover

THE PAPERS OF FREDERICK LAW OLMSTED

The Early Boston Years, 18821890


Volume 8
edited by CHARLES E. BEVERIDGE, ETHAN CARR, AMANDA GAGEL, and MICHAEL SHAPIRO

A major contribution to American letters, an important step in the documentation of this American genius. Smithsonian
2013 928 pp., 138 b&w illus. 978-1-4214-0926-9 $110.00 hardcover

HOTEL DREAMS

Luxury, Technology, and Urban Ambition in America, 18291929


MOLLY W. BERGER

Winner, Sally Hacker Prize, Society for the History of Technology


2011 328 pp., 46 halftones, 1 halftone 978-0-8018-9987-4 $60.00 hardcover

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AMERICAN HISTORY

Art, Architecture, and Planning


BALTIMORES ALLEY HOUSES WORTHY OF THE NATION

Homes for Working People since the 1780s


MARY ELLEN HAYWARD

Washington, DC, from LEnfant to the National Capital Planning Commission


second edition
FREDERICK GUTHEIM and ANTOINETTE J. LEE

Winner, Abbott Lowell Cummings Prize, Vernacular Architecture Forum Winner, Heritage Book Award, Maryland Historical Trust
2008 328 pp., 98 halftones, 6 line drawings 978-0-8018-8834-2 $47.00 hardcover

foreword by Laura Bush, First Lady of the United States

t2006

440 pp., 230 halftones, 11 halftones 978-0-8018-8328-6 $70.00 hardcover

THE NATIONAL MALL

THE ROW HOUSE REBORN

Rethinking Washingtons Monumental Core


edited by NATHAN GLAZER and CYNTHIA R. FIELD

Architecture and Neighborhoods in New York City, 19081929


ANDREW SCOTT DOLKART

foreword by James F. Cooper


2008 232 pp., 67 halftones 978-0-8018-8805-2 $37.00 hardcover

Winner, Antoinette Forrester Downing Book Award, Society of Architectural Historians Winner, Publication Award, Friends of the Upper East Side Historical Districts Winner, New York City Book Award in Architecture, New York Society Library
2009 248 pp., 131 halftones 978-0-8018-9158-8 $72.00 hardcover

WASHINGTON SCULPTURE

A Cultural History of Outdoor Sculpture in the Nations Capital


JAMES M. GOODE

2009 848 pp., 796 halftones, 1 line drawing 978-0-8018-8810-6 $79.00 hardcover

WASHINGTON AT HOME

An Illustrated History of Neighborhoods in the Nations Capital


second edition
edited by KATHRYN SCHNEIDER SMITH

2010 552 pp. 15 color illus., 293 halftones, 27 line drawings 978-0-8018-9353-7 $45.00 hardcover 978-1-4214-0594-0 $24.95 paperback

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AMERICAN HISTORY

Intellectual, Cultural, and Social History New


PARIS, CAPITAL OF THE BLACK ATLANTIC

New in Paperback
BRUTES IN SUITS

Literature, Modernity, and Diaspora


edited by JEREMY BRADDOCK and JONATHAN P. EBURNE

Male Sensibility in America, 18901920


JOHN PETTEGREW

How black writers travel to Paris contributed to the transatlantic circulation of art and ideas. An invaluable contribution to the scholarship and pedagogy of Afro-Modernism, Afro-Diasporic Studies, and Black Atlantic Studies.

[A] vivid, massively researched history of hypermasculine sensibility at the turn of the twentieth century . . . An instructive and provocative view of mens dark side. Men and Masculinities
2007 424 pp., 24 halftones 978-1-4214-0764-7 $35.00 paperback 978-0-8018-9172-4 $35.00 ebook

Mae Gwendolyn Henderson, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill


2012 384 pp., 10 b&w photos 978-1-4214-0779-1 $35.00 paperback

MANLY MEALS AND MOMS HOME COOKING

AMERICA AND THE WORLD

Cookbooks and Gender in Modern America


JESSAMYN NEUHAUS

Culture, Commerce, Conflict


LAWRENCE A. PESKIN and EDMUND F. WEHRLE

The entire book is well researched and documented, helping readers to see that cookbooks have supported Americas dominant ideologies about gender. Gastronomica
2003 352 pp., 17 halftones, 7 line drawings 978-1-4214-0584-1 $30.00 paperback 978-1-4214-0732-6 $30.00 ebook

America has been at the cutting edge of globalization since Columbus landed here five centuries ago.
2011 320 pp. 978-1-4214-0296-3 $30.00 paperback 978-1-4214-0336-6 $30.00 ebook

WASHINGTONS U STREET

A Biography
BLAIR A. RUBLE

A HISTORY OF AMERICAN HIGHER EDUCATION second edition


JOHN R. THELIN

An informative, readable, and well-documented Destined to be the standard work in this area for work that seeks to recover the history of the years to come. nations capital from the vantage of its African Journal of College Student Development American residents and one of their most enduring communities. 2011 504 pp., 16 halftones, 4 line drawings

Journal of American History

978-1-4214-0267-3 $25.00 paperback

Woodrow Wilson Center Press


2010 432 pp., 31 halftones 978-1-4214-0594-0 $24.95 paperback

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AMERICAN HISTORY

Intellectual, Cultural, and Social History


POLEMICAL PAIN

Slavery, Cruelty, and the Rise of Humanitarianism


MARGARET ABRUZZO

HOW NEW YORK BECAME AMERICAN, 18901924


ANGELA BLAKE

An important work of scholarship, especially for those interested in the history of slavery or humanitarian reform.

Written for anyone interested in American cultural studies, the history of New York City, or the politics of image making.

Urban Affairs Review


2006 256 pp., 20 halftones 978-0-8018-9255-4 $25.00 paperback 978-0-8018-8874-8 $25.00 ebook

American Historical Review


2011 344 pp., 10 halftones 978-0-8018-9852-5 $55.00 hardcover

AMERICAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS

WRITING FOR IMMORTALITY

From the Common School to No Child Left Behind


updated edition
WILLIAM J. REESE

Women and the Emergence of High Literary Culture in America


ANNE E. BOYD

Scholars interested in examining the contributions of 19th-century women writers to American Reese has delivered in one volume an analysis as literature will appreciate the fresh perspective ofsynthetic, intelligent, and importantly, deeply enfered here. Choice gaged with the most enduring issues in popular 2004 326 pp., 8 halftones education as we are likely to encounter for some 978-0-8018-9401-5 $30.00 paperback time. Journal of Social History
2011 384 pp. 978-1-4214-0017-4 $25.00 paperback

TRIBE, RACE, HISTORY

Native Americans in Southern New England, 17801880


DANIEL R. MANDELL

Winner, Lawrence W. Levine Award, Organization of American Historians


2007 344 pp., 11 halftones, 2 line drawings 978-0-8018-9819-8 $35.00 paperback

FOR BUSINESS AND PLEASURE

Red-Light Districts and the Regulation of Vice in the United States, 18901933
MARA L. KEIRE

Keires focus on the business of vice makes an important contribution.

American Historical Review


2010 248 pp., 12 halftones 978-0-8018-9413-8 $60.00 hardcover

HENRY WALTERS AND BERNARD BERENSON

Collector and Connoisseur


STANLEY MAZAROFF

A pointed account of the relationship between the famous connoisseur and the railroad magnate. Wall Street Journal
2010 248 pp., 18 halftones, 14 color plates 978-0-8018-9512-8 $40.00 hardcover

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AMERICAN HISTORY

Sports and Popular Culture New


THE FARMERS GAME WOMEN FILMMAKERS IN EARLY HOLLYWOOD
KAREN WARD MAHAR

Baseball in Rural America


DAVID VAUGHT

Vaught presents the sport of baseball as essentially rural, reflecting the nature of farm and smalltown life.
2012 232 pp., 10 halftones 978-1-4214-0755-5 $29.95 hardcover

2006 332 pp., 27 halftones 978-0-8018-9084-0 $26.00 paperback

AMERICAN INDIAN LACROSSE

Little Brother of War


THOMAS VENNUM

LACROSSE

A History of the Game


DONALD M. FISHER

2007 376 pp., 77 halftones 978-0-8018-8764-2 $27.00 paperback

Honorable Mention, Best Sport History Book, North American Society for Sport History
A sweeping history of the game. Fisher traces the emergence of modern lacrosse in both Canada and the United States.

LACROSSE LEGENDS OF THE FIRST AMERICANS


THOMAS VENNUM

2007 184 pp., 11 halftones, 8 line drawings 978-0-8018-8629-4 $23.00 paperback

Library Journal
2002 408 pp., 36 b&w illus. 978-1-4214-0044-0 $25.00 paperback

SAME TIME, SAME STATION

Creating American Television, 19481961


JAMES L. BAUGHMAN

THE MOGULS AND THE DICTATORS

Outstanding Academic Title, Choice Magazine


2007 460 pp., 19 halftones 978-0-8018-7933-3 $37.00 hardcover

Hollywood and the Coming of World War II


DAVID WELKY

Not only adds to our understanding of Hollywood in the 1930s and 1940s but also provides a valuable model for thinking about the interaction of business and cultural history.

American Historical Review


2008 448 pp., 18 halftones 978-0-8018-9044-4 $46.00 hardcover

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BODIES IN DOUBT THREE SHOTS AT PREVENTION

An American History of Intersex


ELIZABETH REIS

The HPV Vaccine and the Politics of Medicines Simple Solutions


edited by KEITH WAILOO, JULIE LIVINGSTON, STEVEN EPSTEIN, and ROBERT ARONOWITZ

An excellent history of attitudes towards intersex persons from the 18th century onward.
2009 240 pp., 15 halftones 978-1-4214-0583-4 $25.00 paperback 978-0-8018-9738-2 $25.00 ebook

Choice

Well written and well researched. It is a valuable addition to the fields of public health, public policy, and pharmaceutical marketing. Choice
2010 352 pp., 9 halftones 978-0-8018-9672-9 $30.00 paperback 978-0-8018-9959-1 $30.00 ebook

AMERICAN NURSING

A History of Knowledge, Authority, and the Meaning of Work


PATRICIA DANTONIO

First Place, History and Public Policy, American Journal of Nursing Book of the Year Awards
2010 272 pp., 6 line drawings 978-0-8018-9565-4 $30.00 paperback

IN THE WAKE OF HURRICANE KATRINA

New Paradigms and Social Visions


edited by CLYDE WOODS

A Special Issue of American Quarterly


2010 432 pp., 12 halftones 978-0-8018-9561-6 $30.00 paperback

MARITIME MARYLAND

A History
WILLIAM S. DUDLEY

UNSPEAKABLE

Winner, John Lyman Award, North American Society for Oceanic History Winner, Heritage Book Award, Maryland Historic Trust
2010 328 pp. 25 color illus., 45 halftones, 1 line drawing 978-0-8018-9475-6 $50.00 hardcover

Father-Daughter Incest in American History


LYNN SACCO

2009 368 pp. 978-0-8018-9300-1 $52.00 hardcover

THE ESTROGEN ELIXIR

A History of Hormone Replacement Therapy in America


ELIZABETH SIEGEL WATKINS

CONDOM NATION

The U.S. Governments Sex Education Campaign from World War I to the Internet
ALEXANDRA M. LORD

2007 368 pp. 978-0-8018-9486-2 $25.00 paperback

Award for the Public Understanding of Science, British Medical Associations Board of Science First Prize, Popular Medicine, British Medical Association Book Awards
2009 240 pp., 21 halftones 978-0-8018-9380-3 $42.00 hardcover 978-0-8018-9870-9 $42.00 ebook

BORN IN THE COUNTRY

A History of Rural America


second edition
DAVID B. DANBOM

2006 320 pp., 9 halftones 978-0-8018-8459-7 $22.00 paperback

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Online References from the Johns Hopkins University Press


Where 130 years of publishing tradition meets the latest technology to create new learning tools for scholars, students, and librarians.
press.jhu.edu/references

THE EARLY REPUBLIC

Critical Editions on the Founding of the United States


Primary material documenting the actions, debates, and thoughts of the First Federal Congress (17891791) and its members was compiled by the First Federal Congress Project and published in 20 volumes by the Johns Hopkins University Press. These important documents are now accessible electronically, bringing this rich legacy to the fingertips of a new generation of students and scholars. Comprises 20,000 annotated pages and 250 images Includes an intuitive browse interface for quick content discovery Updated annually Features three new volumes including more than 2,800 new documents For more information visit earlyrepublic.press.jhu.edu.

THE PAPERS OF DWIGHT DAVID EISENHOWER


For over thirty years, historians, political scientists, sociologists, military analysts, and students have turned to The Papers of Dwight David Eisenhower for the most comprehensive collection of our 34th presidents significant papers. Now for the first time, all of these documents are accessible electronically to a new generation of students and scholars. Includes letters, memoranda, cables, and directives written or dictated by Eisenhower from the years prior to World War II through the full term of his presidency Comprises the full text of all 21 volumesover 14,000 pages Features a powerful search engine and user-friendly interface For more information visit eisenhower.press.jhu.edu.

ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN STUDIES


edited by SIMON BRONNER

The Encyclopedia of American Studies supports research and study in a range of coursesfrom undergraduate or high school American History to Sociology to Ethnic Studies. Instructors generating assignments and students seeking research topics will all find the EAS an ideal place to begin. Includes over 750 searchable articles Covers the history and cultures of the United States from pre-colonial days to the present Sponsored by the American Studies Association Updated and expanded quarterly For more information visit eas-ref.press.jhu.edu.

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Favorite Titles in American History


A RAILROAD ATLAS OF THE UNITED STATES IN 1946 A SPIRITED RESISTANCE

Volume 3: Indiana, Lower Michigan, and Ohio


RICHARD C. CARPENTER

The North American Indian Struggle for Unity, 17451815


GREGORY EVANS DOWD

2008 360 pp., 276 line drawings 978-0-8018-9002-4 $70.00 hardcover

1991 288 pp., 11 b&w illus. 978-0-8018-4609-0 $27.00 paperback

WOMEN PHYSICIANS AND THE CULTURES OF MEDICINE


edited by ELLEN S. MORE, ELIZABETH FEE, and MANON PARRY

SEXUAL REVOLUTION IN EARLY AMERICA


RICHARD GODBEER

2002 448 pp., 4 halftones, 1 line drawing 978-0-8018-7891-6 $27.00 paperback

2008 376 pp., 19 halftones, 9 line drawings 978-0-8018-9038-3 $27.00 paperback

DISCONTENTED AMERICA

SHIPWRECKS, SEA RAIDERS, AND MARITIME DISASTERS ALONG THE DELMARVA COAST, 16322004
DONALD G. SHOMETTE

The United States in the 1920s


DAVID J. GOLDBERG

foreword by Stanley I. Kutler


1999 224 pp. 978-0-8018-6005-8 $24.00 paperback

2007 448 pp., 39 halftones, 3 line drawings 978-0-8018-8670-6 $63.00 hardcover

NEW YORK BEFORE CHINATOWN

A COMMONWEALTH OF HOPE

The New Deal Response to Crisis


ALAN LAWSON

Orientalism and the Shaping of American Culture, 17761882


JOHN KUO WEI TCHEN

2006 304 pp. 978-0-8018-8407-8 $27.00 paperback 978-0-8018-8872-4 $27.00 ebook

1999 416 pp., 43 line drawings 978-0-8018-6794-1 $27.00 paperback

BACKFIRE

THE POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY OF BENJAMIN FRANKLIN


LORRAINE SMITH PANGLE

A History of How American Culture Led Us into Vietnam and Made Us Fight the Way We Did
LOREN BARITZ

2007 296 pp. 978-0-8018-8666-9 $22.95 paperback

1998 400 pp. 978-0-8018-5953-3 $27.00 paperback

MANHOOD LOST

Fallen Drunkards and Redeeming Women in the Nineteenth-Century United States


ELAINE FRANTZ PARSONS

AMERICAS RIGHT TURN

From Nixon to Clinton


second edition
WILLIAM C. BERMAN

2003 256 pp., 7 halftones 978-0-8018-9256-1 $25.00 paperback 978-1-4214-0169-0 $25.00 ebook

foreword by Stanley I. Kutler


1998 240 pp. 978-0-8018-5872-7 $22.95 paperback

WAR UNDER HEAVEN

Pontiac, the Indian Nations, and the British Empire


GREGORY EVANS DOWD

CRUSADE IN EUROPE
DWIGHT D. EISENHOWER

2002 384 pp., 14 halftones, 3 maps 978-0-8018-7892-3 $23.95 paperback

1997 608 pp., 16 b&w illus., 44 maps 978-0-8018-5668-6 $35.00 paperback

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Favorite Titles in American History


NEW WORLDS FOR ALL A HOUSE DIVIDED

Indians, Europeans, and the Remaking of Early America


COLIN G. CALLOWAY

Sectionalism and Civil War, 18481865


RICHARD H. SEWELL

1997 256 pp., 21 b&w illus. 978-0-8018-5959-5 $25.00 paperback

1988 240 pp. 978-0-8018-3532-2 $27.00 paperback

WITHOUT GOD, WITHOUT CREED

VIETNAM SHADOWS

The War, Its Ghosts, and Its Legacy


ARNOLD R. ISAACS

The Origins of Unbelief in America


JAMES TURNER

1997 256 pp. 978-0-8018-6344-8 $28.00 paperback

1985 336 pp. 978-0-8018-3407-3 $29.00 paperback

THE CULTURE OF THE COLD WAR second edition


STEPHEN J. WHITFIELD

MILTON S. EISENHOWER, EDUCATIONAL STATESMAN


STEPHEN E. AMBROSE and RICHARD H. IMMERMAN

1996 288 pp. 978-0-8018-5195-7 $22.95 paperback

1983 352 pp., 29 b&w photos 978-0-8018-9267-7 $30.00 paperback

THE JACKSONIAN PROMISE

DUTY, HONOR, COUNTRY

America, 1815 to 1840


DANIEL FELLER

A History of West Point


STEPHEN E. AMBROSE

1995 248 pp. 978-0-8018-5168-1 $27.00 paperback

1966 400 pp. 978-0-8018-6293-9 $25.00 paperback

INDUSTRIALIZING AMERICA

ERINS DAUGHTERS IN AMERICA

The Nineteenth Century


WALTER LICHT

Irish Immigrant Women in the Nineteenth Century


HASIA R. DINER

1995 240 pp. 978-0-8018-5014-1 $28.00 paperback

1983 208 pp. 978-0-8018-2872-0 $27.00 paperback

AMERICAS HALF-CENTURY

United States Foreign Policy in the Cold War and After


second edition
THOMAS J. McCORMICK

COLONIAL BRITISH AMERICA

Essays in the New History of the Early Modern Era


JACK P. GREENE

1995 312 pp. 978-0-8018-5011-0 $22.00 paperback

1983 520 pp. 978-0-8018-3055-6 $27.00 paperback

THE BEST WAR EVER

THE LOST SISTERHOOD

America and World War II


MICHAEL C.C. ADAMS

Prostitution in America, 19001918


RUTH ROSEN

1993 208 pp. 978-0-8018-4697-7 $23.95 paperback

1982 272 pp. 978-0-8018-2665-8 $23.95 paperback

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HISTORY OF SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND MEDICINE

New
THE INEVITABLE HOUR

BROKEN HEARTS

The Tangled History of Cardiac Care


DAVID S. JONES

A History of Caring for Dying Patients in America


EMILY K. ABEL

A history illustrating the complexity of medical decision making and risk. Very informative and containing important insights, Broken Hearts is thoroughly researched, well written, and the only work of its kind dealing with these treatments of heart disease.

With breadth and compassion, Abel presents a historical moment in health care through the lens of dying patients and their families, and, as such, contributes to our understanding of our modern ethos of medical treatment and medical failures.

Christopher Lawrence, University College London


2013 336 pp., 25 b&w illus. 978-1-4214-0801-9 $34.95 hardcover

Julie A. Fairman, University of Pennsylvania


2013 240 pp., 3 b&w illus. 978-1-4214-0919-1 $32.95 hardcover

THE AMERICAN RED CROSS FROM CLARA BARTON TO THE NEW DEAL THE TELEGRAPH IN AMERICA, 18321920
DAVID HOCHFELDER MARIAN MOSER JONES

This well-researched and lucidly argued book will prove indispensable to specialists in the history of technology, journalism, and finance.

Richard R. John, Columbia University


2012 264 pp., 9 b&w photos 978-1-4214-0747-0 $55.00 hardcover

The most current, comprehensive institutional historya rich account of experiences on the ground that shows how American Red Cross structure and policies played out unevenly in situations where racism, paternalism, and antidependency arguments framed the provision of disaster relief.

Manon S. Parry, University of Amsterdam


2012 404 pp., 19 b&w illus. 978-1-4214-0738-8 $39.95 hardcover

ORDERING LIFE

CLANDESTINE MARRIAGE

Karl Jordan and the Naturalist Tradition


KRISTIN JOHNSON

Botany and Romantic Culture


THERESA M. KELLEY

Examines the life of prolific taxonomist Karl Jordan in the context of contemporary events and societal trends. For those with an interest in the history of natural history. Guardian
2012 392 pp., 11 halftones 978-1-4214-0600-8 $39.95 hardcover 978-1-4214-0650-3 $39.95 ebook

Botany in the romantic era played a role in debates about life, nature, and knowledge, as evidenced in this ambitious, beautifully illustrated study. Richly documented and deeply researched, Clandestine Marriage displays a wide conversancy with literary criticism and the history of science.

Alan John Bewell, University of Toronto


2012 400 pp., 49 color illus. 978-1-4214-0760-9 $55.00 ebook

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HISTORY OF SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND MEDICINE

VACCINE

The Debate in Modern America


MARK A. LARGENT

COMMUNITIES OF LEARNED EXPERIENCE

Epistolary Medicine in the Renaissance


NANCY G. SIRAISI

Mark Largent brings a moving personal story, acute cultural observation, and deep historical scholarship to the festering and dangerous vaccine debate. His is a fresh new voice from which we can all learn much.

Sixteenth-century physicians had their letters on medical topics published in printed collections to record their exchange of ideas and make known their professional expertise. Sound scholarship and engaging prose.

Jonathan D. Moreno, Ph.D., author of The Body Politic:The Battle over Science in America
2012 232 pp. 978-1-4214-0607-7 $34.95 hardcover 978-1-4214-0672-5 $34.95 ebook

Cynthia Klestinec, Miami UniversityOhio


2012 176 pp., 4 halftones 978-1-4214-0749-4 $45.00 hardcover 978-1-4214-0784-5 $45.00 ebook

RISK

TELLING GENES

Negotiating Safety in American Society


ARWEN P. MOHUN

The Story of Genetic Counseling in America


ALEXANDRA MINNA STERN

How have Americans confronted, managed, and even enjoyed the risks of daily life?
2012 344 pp., 21 halftones 978-1-4214-0790-6 $55.00 hardcover

IMAGING AND IMAGINING THE FETUS

The best and most complete exploration of the history of genetic counseling to date. Sterns masterful account includes a lucid analysis of incendiary debates involving race, disability, and abortion that have surrounded the field of genetic counseling and deftly navigates the troubled historical waters between genetics and eugenics.

The Development of Obstetric Ultrasound


MALCOLM NICOLSON and JOHN E. E. FLEMING

Paul A. Lombardo, author of Three Generations, No Imbeciles: Eugenics, the Supreme Court, and Buck v. Bell
2012 248 pp., 13 halftones, 6 line drawings 978-1-4214-0668-8 $25.00 paperback 978-1-4214-0748-7 $25.00 ebook

How engineers and clinicians developed the ultrasound diagnostic scanner and how its use in obstetrics became controversial.
2013 336 pp., 15 halftones, 2 line drawings 978-1-4214-0793-7 $50.00 hardcover

TO TOUCH THE FACE OF GOD

The Sacred, the Profane, and the American Space Program, 19571975
KENDRICK OLIVER

Was the space program the signature project of secular modernity or a symbol of humankinds perpetual quest for communion with God? Lively and interesting, this book accurately reflects the disorienting effects of ventures into Heaven by men in space suits.

James Gilbert, University of Maryland, College Park


2012 248 pp., 12 b&w illus. 978-1-4214-0788-3 $39.95 hardcover

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HISTORY OF SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY, AND MEDICINE

ISAAC BEECKMAN ON MATTER AND MOTION

LOOKING FOR A FEW GOOD MALES

Mechanical Philosophy in the Making


KLAAS VAN BERKEL

Female Choice in Evolutionary Biology


ERIKA LORRAINE MILAM

Outstanding Academic Title, Choice Magazine

The judicious piecing together of the fragmenMilam uses the topic of female choice as a lens tary biographical material with the content of through which to view intellectual, disciplinary, Beeckmans scientific diary not only brings back and social developments in the life sciences . . . to life an extraordinary scientific practitioner but An invaluable synthesis for historians of biology, helps shed new light on the nature of European scientists, and those with a popular interest in science on the eve of the scientific revolution of animal studies. Science the seventeenth century.

Mordechai Feingold, California Institute of Technology


2013 304 pp., 9 line drawings 978-1-4214-0936-8 $39.95 paperback

2010 248 pp., 12 halftones 978-1-4214-0402-8 $30.00 paperback

WOMEN SCIENTISTS IN AMERICA

Forging a New World since 1972


Volume 3
Rossiters extraordinarily detailed account offers compelling data alongside the multiple stories GEOFFREY C. BUNN of individual women, both those thwarted by The Truth Machine surpasses all previous stud- discrimination and those who emerged as outies of lie detectors in illuminating the historical standing success stories . . . This book should be and cultural contexts in which this controversial read by skeptics who dont believe that there is device originated. A fascinating case study in the persisting prejudice. Science evolution of truth itself.

THE TRUTH MACHINE

MARGARET W. ROSSITER

A Social History of the Lie Detector

Howard Segal, University of Maine


2012 256 pp., 18 halftones 978-1-4214-0530-8 $34.95 hardcover 978-1-4214-0651-0 $34.95 ebook

2012 448 pp., 36 halftones, 17 line drawings 978-1-4214-0363-2 $45.00 paperback

EINSTEINS JEWISH SCIENCE

Physics at the Intersection of Politics and Religion


STEVEN GIMBEL

Gimbel is an engaging writer . . . he takes readers on enlightening excursions through the nature of Judaism, Hegelian philosophy, wherever his curiosity leads. New York Times Book Review
2012 256 pp. 978-1-4214-0554-4 $24.95 hardcover 978-1-4214-0575-9 $24.95 ebook

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New
IMAGINED CIVILIZATIONS

THE LOST MILLENNIUM

Historys Timetables under Siege


second edition
FLORIN DIACU

China, the West, and Their First Encounter


ROGER HART

Hart tells the story of the seventeenth-century Jesuit mission to China from the Chinese point of view.
2013 288 pp., 15 halftones, 2 line drawings 978-1-4214-0606-0 $55.00 hardcover

Diacu gives both sides of the argument fairly but the mere idea that the calendar may be out by as much as 1,000 years is staggering.

The London Free Press


2011 248 pp., 12 halftones, 29 line drawings 978-1-4214-0288-8 $25.00 paperback

AN INTRODUCTION TO GERMAN PIETISM

THE RETURN OF HANS STADEN

Protestant Renewal at the Dawn of Modern Europe


DOUGLAS H. SHANTZ

A Go-between in the Atlantic World


EVE M. DUFFY and ALIDA C. METCALF

foreword by Peter C. Erb The first survey of German Pietism in English in forty years provides a narrative interpretation of the movement.
2013 520 pp., b&w photos: 11 hts, 3 line 978-1-4214-0831-6 $35.00 paperback

This retelling of Stadens sixteenth-century account of shipwreck and captivity shows both why it was so popular at the time and why it remains an important tool for understanding the opening of the Atlantic world.
2011 216 pp., 31 halftones, 4 maps 978-1-4214-0346-5 $25.00 paperback

LITERATURE, RELIGION, AND THE EVOLUTION OF CULTURE, 16601780


HOWARD D. WEINBROT

THE EPHEMERAL HISTORY OF PERFUME

Scent and Sense in Early Modern England


HOLLY DUGAN

This is a deeply learned, provocative, readable book that will be an ornament to The Johns Hopkins University Press. It is a commandingly impressive book by one of the principal scholars in an established field.

Full of surprising, colourful detail, The Ephemeral History of Perfume sheds new light on Renaissance bodies, environments, and the relationships between them forged by various kinds of stinkinggere. Times Literary Supplement
2011 280 pp., 15 b&w illus. 978-1-4214-0234-5 $65.00 hardcover

Robert D. Hume, Pennsylvania State University


2013 392 pp. 978-1-4214-0516-2 $60.00 hardcover

New in Paperback
THE ANATOMY OF BLACKNESS

Science and Slavery in an Age of Enlightenment


ANDREW S. CURRAN

A definitive statement on the complex, painful, and richly revealing topic of how the major figures of the French Enlightenment reacted to the enslavement of black Africans, often to their discredit. Symposium
2011 328 pp., 29 b&w photos 978-1-4214-0965-8 $29.95 paperback

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INQUISITORIAL INQUIRIES

REMEMBERING THE CRUSADES

Brief Lives of Secret Jews and Other Heretics


second edition
edited and translated by RICHARD L. KAGAN and ABIGAIL DYER

Myth, Image, and Identity


edited by NICHOLAS PAUL and SUZANNE YEAGER

Editors and contributors alike deserve praise for a timely and closely knit collection that shows what A highly readable account . . . provides a very can be done in this new field of query. useful look into the lives of individuals whose activities brought them before the Inquisition. Catholic Historical Review

Sixteenth Century Journal


2011 248 pp., 7 maps 978-1-4214-0196-6 $25.00 paperback

2012 296 pp., 20 b&w illus. 978-1-4214-0425-7 $65.00 hardcover 978-1-4214-0699-2 $65.00 ebook

THE BIRTH OF THE PAST


ZACHARY SAYRE SCHIFFMAN

GREAT POWERS AND GEOPOLITICAL CHANGE


JAKUB J. GRYGIEL

foreword by Anthony Grafton Complex and erudite, confident and controversial. Times Literary Supplement
2011 336 pp. 978-1-4214-0278-9 $65.00 hardcover

He makes a very compelling case that geography, geopolitics, and geostrategy are relevant factors in the rise and decline of great powers, past, present, and future. Perspectives on Politics
2006 280 pp., 3 maps 978-1-4214-0415-8 $30.00 paperback 978-0-8018-8961-5 $30.00 ebook

CLIO AND THE CROWN

The Politics of History in Medieval and Early Modern Spain


RICHARD L. KAGAN

THE TREASURE OF THE SAN JOS

Clio and the Crown is a considerable achievement for the understanding of history in the Renaissance and its aftermath.

Death at Sea in the War of the Spanish Succession


CARLA RAHN PHILLIPS

Journal of Modern History


2009 376 pp., 12 halftones, 1 line drawing 978-0-8018-9294-3 $57.00 hardcover

Award for Excellence in World History and Biography/Autobiography, Professional and Scholarly Publishing Division of the Association of American Publishers
2007 280 pp., 15 b&w photos, 4 maps 978-1-4214-0416-5 $25.00 paperback

THE INQUISITION IN NEW SPAIN, 15361820

A Documentary History
edited and translated by JOHN F. CHUCHIAK IV

Those interested in knowing more about the Inquisition will find this book a must read.

Colonial Latin American Historical Review


2012 464 pp., 15 halftones, 2 maps 978-1-4214-0386-1 $35.00 paperback 978-1-4214-0449-3 $35.00 ebook

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France New
THE SAVANT AND THE STATE

Science and Cultural Politics in Nineteenth-Century France


ROBERT FOX

How scientific discoveries and practice were integrated into nineteenthcentury French culture and thought.
2012 408 pp., 16 b&w illus. 978-1-4214-0522-3 $60.00 hardcover 978-1-4214-0878-1 $60.00 ebook

New in Paperback
RACE AND WAR IN FRANCE

Colonial Subjects in the French Army, 19141918


RICHARD S. FOGARTY

Best First Book Prize, Phi Alpha Theta


This is a book about both the promise and the shortcomings of French republican ideals . . . A vivid portrait of the questions raised by the use of colonial troops in the war. French History
2008 400 pp., 10 halftones, 2 maps 978-1-4214-0766-1 $35.00 paperback

THE EXPERT COOK IN ENLIGHTENMENT FRANCE


SEAN TAKATS

In this scrupulously researched and witty history, Takats examines the lives of these cooks as they sought to improve their position in society and reinvent themselves as expert, skilled professionals.
2011 216 pp., 15 halftones 978-1-4214-0283-3 $60.00 hardcover

BETWEEN CROWN AND COMMERCE

Marseille and the Early Modern Mediterranean


JUNKO THRSE TAKEDA

Between Crown and Commerce examines the relationship between French royal statecraft, mercantilism, and civic republicanism in the context of the globalizing economy of the early modern Mediterranean world.
2011 272 pp., 13 halftones 978-0-8018-9982-9 $65.00 hardcover

THE LIFE AND AFTERLIFE OF ISABEAU OF BAVARIA


TRACY ADAMS

This is a remarkable book that warrants a long and detailed review.


2010 368 pp. 978-0-8018-9625-5 $55.00 hardcover

H-France

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France
WARRIOR PURSUITS

Noble Culture and Civil Conflict in Early Modern France


BRIAN SANDBERG

Sandbergs study is a major contribution to the history of nobility in Modern France. French History
2010 424 pp., 12 halftones, 1 line drawing 978-0-8018-729-0 $60.00 hardcover

CONTESTED PATERNITY

Constructing Families in Modern France


RACHEL G. FUCHS

Winner, J. Russell Major Prize, American Historical Association Winner, Frances Richardson Keller-Sierra Prize, Western Association of Women Historians Winner, Charles E. Smith Award, European History section of the Southern Historical Association
2008 368 pp., 14 b&w photos 978-0-8018-9833-4 $35.00 paperback

GENDER AND JUSTICE

Violence, Intimacy, and Community in Fin-de-Sicle Paris


ELIZA EARLE FERGUSON

An eloquent account of the everyday lives of the Parisian popular classes, the vibrancy of their neighborhoods, and how violence permeated their domestic arrangements. H-France
2010 280 pp. 978-0-8018-9428-2 $60.00 hardcover

SELLING BEAUTY

Cosmetics, Commerce, and French Society, 17501830


MORAG MARTIN

This book makes a scholarly and critical contribution to histories of the consumer revolution, commercial culture, and gender.

American Historical Review


2009 240 pp., 13 halftones 978-0-8018-9309-4 $57.00 hardcover

HENRI IV OF FRANCE

His Reign and Age


VINCENT J. PITTS

An excellent, well-researched study of one of Frances greatest kings . . . This book is an ambitious and scholarly work as well as an engaging one to read. Renaissance Quarterly
2008 516 pp., 27 halftones, 2 line drawings 978-1-4214-0578-0 $39.95 paperback

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EUROPEAN AND COMPARATIVE HISTORY

Italy and the Mediterranean New


LYRIC POETRY BY WOMEN OF THE ITALIAN RENAISSANCE
VIRGINIA COX

LOST GIRLS

Sex and Death in Renaissance Florence


NICHOLAS TERPSTRA

Bilingual, annotated edition of more than 200 A masterpiece of historical writing and an invalupoems by Italian Renaissance women, many of able contribution to the study of premodern Italy which have never before been published in English. . . . This book should be welcomed by anyone interested in social history, gender history, the his2013 384 pp. tory of sexuality, religious history or the history of 978-1-4214-0888-0 $29.95 paperback medicine. Journal of Modern History

New in Paperback
GENOA AND THE SEA

2010 264 pp., 10 halftones 978-1-4214-0772-2 $30.00 paperback

Policy and Power in an Early Modern Maritime Republic, 15591684


THOMAS ALLISON KIRK

Genoa and the Sea succeeds in reintegrating the Genoese republic with its citizen bankers, its galley slaves, its competing clans and moneyed families in a fascinating, if dense, narrative of transition and transformation. Historian
2005 296 pp., 11 halftones, 3 line drawings 978-1-4214-0966-5 $29.95 paperback

THE PRODIGIOUS MUSE

Womens Writing in Counter-Reformation Italy


VIRGINIA COX

Winner, Book Award, Society for the Study of Early Modern Women Honorable Mention, Literature, PROSE Awards, Professional and Scholarly Publishing Division of the Association of American Publishers
2011 472 pp. 978-1-4214-0032-7 $60.00 hardcover

RENEGADE WOMEN

BECOMING NEAPOLITAN

Gender, Identity, and Boundaries in the Early Modern Mediterranean


ERIC R DURSTELER

Citizen Culture in Baroque Naples


JOHN A. MARINO

A truly fascinating narrative of female instrumentality, Renegade Women illuminates the nexus of

Marino offers rich insights into how early modern Neapolitans constructed their sense of civic identity . . . This is the best book to date about identity and conversion in the early modern Medi- the political culture and ritual life of early modern Naples. Sixteenth Century Journal terranean through global and local lenses.
2011 240 pp., 7 halftones, 3 line drawings 978-1-4214-0072-3 $25.00 paperback 2010 360 pp., 17 halftones, 3 line drawings 978-0-8018-9787-0 $60.00 hardcover

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Italy and the Mediterranean


THE ECONOMY OF RENAISSANCE FLORENCE
RICHARD A. GOLDTHWAITE

978-0-8018-9476-3 $60.00 hardcover

THE BODY IN EARLY MODERN ITALY


edited by JULIA L. HAIRSTON and WALTER STEPHENS

Winner, Phyllis Goodhart Gordan Book Prize, Renaissance Society of America Outstanding Academic Title, Choice Magazine Honorable Mention, Economics, PROSE Awards, Professional and Scholarly Publishing division of the Association of American Publishers
2009 672 pp., 7 line drawings 978-1-4214-0059-4 $35.00 paperback

The book goes beyond the studies that are conventionally understood as the sphere of the body to include deportment in public and private, gymnastics, warfare, dueling and hunting.

Sixteenth Century Journal


2010 448 pp., 40 halftones 978-0-8018-9414-5 $70.00 hardcover

MACHIAVELLI IN LOVE

BROKERS OF PUBLIC TRUST

Sex, Self, and Society in the Italian Renaissance


GUIDO RUGGIERO

Notaries in Early Modern Rome


LAURIE NUSSDORFER

A major and pioneering contribution to the history of writing, books, knowledge, information, Ruggieros intent in Machiavelli in Love is much more than a recasting of Machiavelli: it is to ex- and political paperwork. American Historical Review amine self and identity in the Renaissance . . . 2009 368 pp. One can applaud his insertion of the playful into 978-0-8018-9204-2 $67.00 hardcover our sense of the Renaissance.

Renaissance Quarterly
2006 300 pp. 978-0-8018-9835-8 $25.00 paperback

A FOREST ON THE SEA

Environmental Expertise in Renaissance Venice


KARL APPUHN

Winner, Herbert Baxter Adams Prize, American Historical Association Winner, Charles A. Weyerhaeuser Award, the Forest History Society
2009 376 pp., 9 halftones, 3 line drawings, 1 map 978-0-8018-9261-5 $62.00 hardcover

CROSS-CULTURAL SCIENTIFIC EXCHANGES IN THE EASTERN MEDITERRANEAN, 15601660


AVNER BEN-ZAKEN

This study opens an illuminating window to the cross-cultural exchanges with Islam stretching back to the Middle Ages that has shaped European modernity.

Sixteenth Century Journal


2010 256 pp., 30 halftones

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EUROPEAN AND COMPARATIVE HISTORY

Italy and the Mediterranean


NUNS AND NUNNERIES IN RENAISSANCE FLORENCE
SHARON T. STROCCHIA

WOMENS WRITING IN ITALY, 14001650


VIRGINIA COX

Winner, Helen and Howard R. Marraro Prize, American Catholic Historical Association
Strocchia makes a significant contribution to the developing body of work on womens religious life in the Renaissance.

Winner, Best Book Award, Society for the Study of Early Modern Women Winner, PROSE Award for Best Book in Language, Literature, and Linguistics. Professional and Scholarly Publishing Division of the Association of American Publishers
2008 496 pp. 978-0-8018-8819-9 $54.00 hardcover

American Historical Review


2009 280 pp., 11 halftones, 1 line drawing 978-0-8018-9292-9 $52.00 hardcover

PISTOLS! TREASON! MURDER!

VENETIANS IN CONSTANTINOPLE

The Rise and Fall of a Master Spy


JONATHAN WALKER

Nation, Identity, and Coexistence in the Early Modern Mediterranean


ERIC R DURSTELER

Short-listed for the NSW Premiers History Awards and the Victorian Premiers Literary Awards
Walkers diagnosis of the Venetian underworld is canny and his trespasses across the boundaries between author and subject lighthearted and fun. Renaissance Quarterly
2009 288 pp., 21 halftones, 35 line drawings 978-0-8018-9370-4 $37.00 paperback

Dursteler is to be commended for this insightful and gracefully written work.

Renaissance Quarterly
2006 312 pp., 6 halftones, 2 line drawings, 1 map 978-0-8018-9105-2 $27.00 paperback

THE LATIN INSCRIPTIONS OF ROME

A Walking Guide
TYLER LANSFORD

If this book is not slipped into many a Romebound suitcase, there is no justice in the world. I can think of few more enjoyable companions on a prowl through the city.

Times Literary Supplement


2009 600 pp. 15 b&w illus., 1 line drawing, 16 maps 978-0-8018-9150-2 $29.95 paperback

MEN OF EMPIRE

Power and Negotiation in Venices Maritime State


MONIQUE OCONNELL

OConnell demonstrates why she deserves to be considered among the preeminent scholars of the new generation of Venetian specialists. She skillfully brings together details from a wide variety of primary sources to create a complete picture of the Quattrocento Venetian approach to governing a maritime state.

International Journal of Maritime History


2009 264 pp., 2 maps, 4 charts 978-0-8018-9637-8 $57.00 ebook

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EUROPEAN AND COMPARATIVE HISTORY

Eastern Europe and Russia New


THE GREAT GAME, 18561907

Russo-British Relations in Central and East Asia


EVGENY SERGEEV

A monumental and readable assessment of the Great Game that makes the Russian side clearly intelligible in relation to the British.

2013 368 pp., 5 b&w illus., 2 maps 978-1-4214-0809-5 $65.00 hardcover

Wm. Roger Louis, University of Texas at Austin Woodrow Wilson Center Press

COMMUNISM ON TOMORROW STREET

Mass Housing and Everyday Life after Stalin


STEVEN E. HARRIS

Harris is the first historian to explore fully the role of Khrushchev era mass housing as a catalytic component of what party ideologues and Soviet citizens called the communist way of life. . . . A pathbreaking study of the ways Sovietcitizens claimed positions of agency in latesocialist society. Greg Castillo, University of California, Berkeley
2013 416 pp., 15 figures 978-1-4214-0566-7 $60.00 hardcover

Woodrow Wilson Center Press

RUSSIA, THE NEAR ABROAD, AND THE WEST

Lessons from the Moldova-Transdniestria Conflict


WILLIAM H. HILL

Should be required reading for all Transnistrian settlement optimists, especially for those Europeans with ambitious plans for a quick resolution outside of official channels. New Eastern Europe
2012 296 pp., 2 maps 978-1-4214-0565-0 $55.00 hardcover

Woodrow Wilson Center Press

THE JEWISH MOVEMENT IN THE SOVIET UNION


edited by YAACOV ROI

with an epilogue by George P. Shultz An important contribution to scholarship on modern Jewish and Soviet history, on the history of social movements, and on the history of transnationalism. Benjamin Nathans, University of Pennsylvania
2012 472 pp., 9 halftones 978-1-4214-0564-3 $65.00 hardcover

Woodrow Wilson Center Press

REGIME CHANGE IN THE YUGOSLAV SUCCESSOR STATES

Divergent Paths toward a New Europe


MIECZYSLAW P. BODUSZYNSKI

This work is a must read for the academic or policy analyst interested in the Balkans. Slavic Review
2010 360 pp., 7 line drawings, 1 map 978-0-8018-9429-9 $60.00 hardcover

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EUROPEAN AND COMPARATIVE HISTORY

Eastern Europe and Russia


REALISM, TOLERANCE, AND LIBERALISM IN THE CZECH NATIONAL AWAKENING STALINS POLICE

Legacies of the Bohemian Reformation


ZDENEK V. DAVID

Public Order and Mass Repression in the USSR, 19261941


PAUL HAGENLOH

A model of clarity in its structure and language . . . Davids study is valuable stimulus for those looking for another approach to the themes he broaches, and an important addition to historical understanding. Church History

An impressively researched and analytically ambitious monograph on the history of Stalinist policing. American Historical Review

Woodrow Wilson Center Press


2009 480 pp. 978-0-8018-9182-3 $45.00 hardcover

Woodrow Wilson Center Press


2010 504 pp. 978-0-8018-9546-3 $70.00 hardcover

PURIFYING THE NATION

ALL THE TSARS MEN

Population Exchange and Ethnic Cleansing in Nazi-Allied Romania


VLADIMIR SOLONARI

Russias General Staff and the Fate of the Empire, 18981914


JOHN W. STEINBERG

Woodrow Wilson Center Press


2009 488 pp., 30 halftones, 3 maps 978-0-8018-9408-4 $65.00 hardcover

Steinbergs book is informative and detailed, makes good use of archival material and contemporary publications, and provides the best analysis available in English of the education and training of this important group of officers before the war. Journal of Modern History

Woodrow Wilson Center Press


2010 408 pp., 28 halftones, 4 maps 978-0-8018-9545-6 $60.00 hardcover

ROCK AND ROLL IN THE ROCKET CITY

The West, Identity, and Ideology in Soviet Dniepropetrovsk, 19601985


SERGEI I. ZHUK

Refreshingly new and rich in insights.

Russian Review
Woodrow Wilson Center Press
2010 464 pp., 28 halftones 978-0-8018-9550-0 $65.00 hardcover

MENNONITES IN EARLY MODERN POLAND AND PRUSSIA


PETER J. KLASSEN

A significant contribution to Mennonite history.

Slavic Review
2009 280 pp. 38 halftones, 4 line drawings, 4 maps 978-0-8018-9113-7 $52.00 hardcover 978-0-8018-9900-3 $52.00 ebook

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EUROPEAN AND COMPARATIVE HISTORY

Of Related Interest New


OF VIRGINS AND MARTYRS

Women and Sexuality in Global Conflict


DAVID JACOBSON

An ambitious analysis of the implications of globalism and cultural conflict on the battlefield of womens bodies . . . Casual readers shouldnt be dissuadedJacobsons prose is accessible, and he has treated the complicated underpinnings of identity, cultural belonging, and economic motivations with respect. Publishers Weekly
2012 272 pp., 14 halftones 978-1-4214-0754-8 $24.95 paperback

ADAMS ANCESTORS

Race, Religion, and the Politics of Human Origins


DAVID N. LIVINGSTONE

THE CIVIC FOUNDATIONS OF FASCISM IN EUROPE

Italy, Spain, and Romania, 18701945


DYLAN RILEY

Adams Ancestors offers a rich discussion, rang- The most original and provocative new analysis of the preconditions of Fascism that has appeared ing from the sober and serious to the wonderfully International History Review bizarre, representing the best summary of pre- in years. Adamite materials to date. Isis 2010 280 pp.
2008 320 pp., 24 halftones, 2 line drawings 978-1-4214-0065-5 $25.00 paperback 978-0-8018-9427-5 $55.00 hardcover

A Cross-Cultural History of Autodidacticism


AVNER BEN-ZAKEN

READING H AYY IBN-YAQZ AN

THE NATURAL PHILOSOPHY OF MARGARET CAVENDISH

Reason and Fancy during the Scientific Revolution


LISA T. SARASOHN

A fascinating and deftly told story of the development of autodidacticism.

Sixteenth Century Journal


2010 208 pp., 30 halftones, 1 line drawing 978-0-8018-9739-9 $60.00 hardcover

2010 272 pp., 1 halftone 978-0-8018-9443-5 $75.00 hardcover

MEDICINE AND HEALTH CARE IN EARLY CHRISTIANITY


GARY B. FERNGREN

EUROPES DESTINY

The Old Lady and the Bull


ATTILA MARJN

2009 264 pp. 978-0-8018-9142-7 $37.00 hardcover

foreword by Andr Sapir

Outstanding Academic Title, Choice Magazine


An insightful, accessible examination.Choice

THE FICTION OF NARRATIVE

Essays on History, Literature, and Theory, 19572007


HAYDEN WHITE

Woodrow Wilson Center Press


2010 416 pp. 978-0-8018-9548-7 $30.00 paperback

edited and with an introduction by Robert Doran


2010 424 pp. 978-0-8018-9480-0 $30.00 paperback

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EUROPEAN AND COMPARATIVE HISTORY

Favorite Titles in European and Comparative History

THE LOST ITALIAN RENAISSANCE

THE GREAT PLAGUE

Humanists, Historians, and Latins Legacy


CHRISTOPHER S. CELENZA

The Story of Londons Most Deadly Year


A. LLOYD MOOTE and DOROTHY C. MOOTE

2004 232 pp. 978-0-8018-8384-2 $28.00 paperback

2004 384 pp., 20 b&w illus. 978-0-8018-8493-1 $26.00 paperback

ENRICO DANDOLO AND THE RISE OF VENICE


THOMAS F. MADDEN

WHEN CHAMPAGNE BECAME FRENCH

Wine and the Making of a National Identity


KOLLEEN M. GUY

2003 320 pp., 4 halftones, 5 line drawings 978-0-8018-8539-6 $29.00 paperback

2003 280 pp., 18 halftones, 3 line drawings 978-0-8018-8747-5 $28.00 paperback

NOBLE BRUTES

How Eastern Horses Transformed English Culture


DONNA LANDRY

SCIENCE AND RELIGION

A Historical Introduction
edited by GARY B. FERNGREN

2008 248 pp., 12 halftones 978-0-8018-9028-4 $52.00 hardcover

2002 416 pp. 978-0-8018-7038-5 $26.00 paperback

SALADIN

The Sultan and His Times, 11381193


HANNES MHRING

ERIKSON, ESKIMOS, AND COLUMBUS

Medieval European Knowledge of America


JAMES ROBERT ENTERLINE

translated by David S. Bachrach introduction by Paul M. Cobb


2008 144 pp., 2 maps 978-0-8018-8992-9 $22.00 paperback

2002 368 pp., 62 halftones, 17 line drawings 978-0-8018-7895-4 $30.00 paperback

SPAINS MEN OF THE SEA

SCIENCE AND RELIGION, 400 B.C. TO A.D. 1550

Daily Life on the Indies Fleets in the Sixteenth Century


PABLO E. PEREZ-MALLAINA

From Aristotle to Copernicus


EDWARD GRANT

translated by Carla Rahn Phillips


1998 304 pp., 20 halftones, 12 color plates 978-0-8018-8183-1 $25.00 paperback

2006 328 pp., 22 halftones, 5 line drawings 978-0-8018-8401-6 $26.00 paperback

THE WORLD MUST KNOW

The History of the Holocaust as Told in the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
revised edition
MICHAEL BERENBAUM

THE PORTUGUESE EMPIRE, 14151808

A World on the Move


A. J. R. RUSSELL-WOOD

2005 260 pp., 250 b&w illus. 978-0-8018-8358-3 $29.95 paperback

1998 384 pp., 84 b&w illus. 978-0-8018-5955-7 $27.00 paperback

FRENCH SALONS

High Society and Political Sociability from the Old Regime to the Revolution of 1848
STEVEN KALE

2004 320 pp. 978-0-8018-8386-6 $27.00 paperback

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EUROPEAN AND COMPARATIVE HISTORY

Favorite Titles in European and Comparative History


RACE

The History of an Idea in the West


IVAN HANNAFORD

1996 464 pp. 978-0-8018-5223-7 $30.00 paperback

Woodrow Wilson Center Press

SLAVE REBELLION IN BRAZIL

The Muslim Uprising of 1835 in Bahia


JOO JOS REIS

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translated by Arthur Brakel


1993 304 pp., 21 b&w illus. 978-0-8018-5250-3 $28.00 paperback

CANNIBAL ENCOUNTERS

Europeans and Island Caribs, 14921763


PHILIP P. BOUCHER

THE CHEESE AND THE WORMS

1992 232 pp., 13 halftones 978-0-8018-9099-4 $27.00 paperback 978-1-4214-0164-5 $27.00 ebook

The Cosmos of a Sixteenth-Century Miller


CARLO GINZBURG

translated by John and Anne C. Tedeschi

PORTUGUESE TRADE IN ASIA UNDER THE HABSBURGS, 15801640


JAMES C. BOYAJIAN

1980 208 pp. 978-0-8018-4387-7 $22.00 paperback

1992 360 pp., 2 halftones, 4 maps 978-0-8018-8754-3 $37.00 paperback

POWER AND IMAGINATION

City-States in Renaissance Italy


LAURO MARTINES

THE DEVASTATION OF THE INDIES

A Brief Account
BARTOLOM DE LAS CASAS

1988 400 pp. 978-0-8018-3643-5 $28.00 paperback

introduction by Bill M. Donovan translated by Herma Briffault


1992 152 pp. 978-0-8018-4430-0 $21.00 paperback

AFRICAN PERSPECTIVES ON COLONIALISM


A. ADU BOAHEN

EYE-DEEP IN HELL

1987 144 pp. 978-0-8018-3931-3 $22.00 paperback

Trench Warfare in World War I


JOHN ELLIS

WAR AND SOCIETY IN RENAISSANCE EUROPE, 14501620


J. R. HALE

1989 224 pp. 978-0-8018-3947-4 $22.95 paperback

CLUES, MYTHS, AND THE HISTORICAL METHOD


CARLO GINZBURG

1986 288 pp. 978-0-8018-3196-6 $26.00 paperback

VENICE, A MARITIME REPUBLIC


FREDERIC CHAPIN LANE

translated by Anne and John Tedeschi


1989 256 pp. 978-0-8018-4388-4 $27.00 paperback

1973 528 pp. 978-0-8018-1460-0 $32.00 paperback

THE NIGHT BATTLES

Witchcraft and Agrarian Cults in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Century


CARLO GINZBURG

1983 232 pp. 978-0-8018-4386-0 $23.00 paperback

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JOURNALS

Highlighted Journals in History


American Quarterly
Sarah Banet-Weiser, Editor; Shelley Streeby, Rosa-Linda Fregoso, Claire Jean Kim, and Daniel Widener, Associate Editors; Jih-Fei Cheng, Managing Editor American Quarterly represents innovative interdisciplinary scholarship that engages with key issues in American Studies.
The ofcial publication of the American Studies Association (ASA)*. Published quarterly. Volume 65 (2013). ISSN: 0003-0678 / E-ISSN: 1080-6490

Journal of the History of Childhood and Youth


James Marten, Editor Journal of the History of Childhood and Youth explores the development of childhood and youth cultures and the experiences of young people across diverse times and places.
The ofcial journal of the Society for the History of Children and Youth (SHCY)*. Published three times annually. Volume 6 (2013). ISSN: 1939-6724 / E-ISSN: 1941-3599

Eighteenth-Century Studies
Steven Pincus, Editor The articles in Eighteenth-Century Studies explore recent historiographical, critical, and theoretical ideas on all aspects of the period.
Published quarterly for the American Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (ASECS).* Volume 46 (2013). ISSN: 0013-2586 / E-ISSN: 1086-315X

Journal of Late Antiquity


Ralph W. Mathisen, Editor The first inter national, English-language journal dedicated to the study of Late Antiquity writ large.
Published two times annually. Volume 6 (2013). ISSN: 1939-6716 / E-ISSN: 1942-1273

Historically Speaking

Reviews in American History


Thomas P. Slaughter, Editor; Denise Thompson-Slaughter, Managing Editor Every issue of Reviews in American History features in-depth reviews of the newest books in American history.

The Bulletin of the Historical Society Joseph S. Lucas and Donald A. Yerxa, Senior Editors and Directors; Randall J. Stephens, Editor and Designer; Scott Hovey, Associate Editor Published quarterly. Volume 41 (2013). ISSN: 0048-7511 / In its lively essays, interviews, and forums, E-ISSN: 1080-6628 Historically Speaking offers readers all aspects of history, historiography, and current affairs viewed *Please contact JHUP for membership information. in historical perspective.
Published ve times annually for The Historical Society (THS)*. Volume 14 (2013). ISSN: 1941-4188 / E-ISSN: 1944-6438

Find these and many more compelling journals at www.press.jhu.edu/journals

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INDEX
Abel, The Inevitable Hour 30 Abruzzo, Polemical Pain 24 Adams, The Best War Ever 29 Adams, The Life and Afterlife of Isabeau of Bavaria 35 Adams, Old Dominion, Industrial Commonwealth 10 Aldrich, Death Rode the Rails 20 Allison, My Lai 12 Ambrose, Duty, Honor, Country 29 Ambrose, Milton S. Eisenhower, Educational Statesman 29 Anderson, The Unfinished Life of Benjamin Franklin 4 Appuhn, A Forest on the Sea 38 Baritz, Backfire 28 Baughman, Same Time, Same Station 25 Ben-Zaken, Cross-Cultural Scientific Exchanges in the Eastern Mediterranean, 15601660 38 Ben-Zaken, Reading Hayy Ibn-Yaqzan 42 Berenbaum, The World Must Know 43 Berger, Hotel Dreams 21 Berman, Americas Right Turn 28 Bibel, Train Wreck 20 Bieze, Booker T. Washington Rediscovered 18 Blake, How New York Became American, 18901924 24 Boahen, African Perspectives on Colonialism 44 Bodnar, The Good War in American Memory 13 Boduszynski, Regime Change in the Yugoslav Successor States 40 Boucher, Cannibal Encounters 44 Boucher, France and the American Tropics to 1700 7 Boyajian, Portuguese Trade in Asia under the Habsburgs, 15801640 44 Boyd, Writing for Immortality 24 Braddock, Paris, Capital of the Black Atlantic 23 Brown, Remixing the Civil War 13 Buel, Joel Barlow 5 Bunn, The Truth Machine 32 Burlingame, Abraham Lincoln 3 Burlingame, Abraham Lincoln 3 Calloway, New Worlds for All 29 Carpenter, A Railroad Atlas of the United States in 1946 28 Carpenter, A Railroad Atlas of the United States in 1946 20 Casey, The Model T 20 Celenza, The Lost Italian Renaissance 43 Chakravartty, Race, Empire, and the Crisis of the Subprime 18 Chalmers, And the Crooked Places Made Straight 18 Chuchiak IV, The Inquisition in New Spain, 15361820 34 Clark, Godor Gorilla 3 Coddington, African American Faces of the Civil War 12 Coddington, Faces of the Civil War 13 Coddington, Faces of the Confederacy 13 Cohen, Rebellion in Black and White 18 Conforti, Saints and Strangers 7 Cook, Secession Winter 8 Cox, Lyric Poetry by Women of the Italian Renaissance 37 Cox, The Prodigious Muse 37 Cox, Womens Writing in Italy, 14001650 39 Craig, Progressives at War 16 Curran, The Anatomy of Blackness 33 DAntonio, American Nursing 26 Danbom, Born in the Country 26 David, Realism, Tolerance, and Liberalism in the Czech National Awakening 41 de las Casas, The Devastation of the Indies 44 Deslippe, Protesting Affirmative Action 16 Diacu, The Lost Millennium 33 Diner, Erins Daughters in America 29 Dolkart, The Row House Reborn 22 Dowd, A Spirited Resistance 28 Dowd, War under Heaven 28 Dudley, Maritime Maryland 26 Duffy, The Return of Hans Staden 33 Dugan, The Ephemeral History of Perfume 33 Dursteler, Renegade Women 37 Dursteler, Venetians in Constantinople 39 Eisenhower, Crusade in Europe 28 Ellis, Eye-Deep in Hell 44 Enterline, Erikson, Eskimos, and Columbus 43 Eshelman, In Full Glory Reflected 12 Eshelman, A Travel Guide to the War of 1812 in the Chesapeake 15 Eshelman, The War of 1812 in the Chesapeake 15 Farber, Mixing Races 19 Federici, The Political Philosophy of Alexander Hamilton 16 Feller, The Jacksonian Promise 29 Ferguson, Gender and Justice 36 Ferngren, Medicine and Health Care in Early Christianity 42 Ferngren, Science and Religion 43 Fisher, Lacrosse 25 Fogarty, Race and War in France 35 Follett, Slaverys Ghost 19 Formisano, The Tea Party 16 Fox, The Savant and the State 35 Fruchtman, The Political Philosophy of Thomas Paine 17 Fuchs, Contested Paternity 36 Garcia, Psychology Comes to Harlem 18 Gimbel, Einsteins Jewish Science 32 Ginsberg, Moses of South Carolina 9 Ginzburg, The Cheese and the Worms 44 Ginzburg, Clues, Myths, and the Historical Method 44 Ginzburg, The Night Battles 44 Glazer, The National Mall 22 Glover, Southern Sons 9 Godbeer, The Overflowing of Friendship 6 Godbeer, Sexual Revolution in Early America 28 Goetz, The Baptism of Early Virginia 4 Goldberg, Discontented America 28 Goldthwaite, The Economy of Renaissance Florence 38 Goode, Washington Sculpture 22 Grant, Science and Religion, 400 B.C. to A.D. 1550 43 Greco, Dining on the B&O 20 Greene, Colonial British America 29 Grygiel, Great Powers and Geopolitical Change 34 Gutheim, Worthy of the Nation 22 Guy, When Champagne Became French 43 Hagenloh, Stalins Police 41 Hairston, The Body in Early Modern Italy 38 Hale, War and Society in Renaissance Europe, 14501620 44 Hannaford, Race 44 Harris, Communism on Tomorrow Street 40 Hart, Imagined Civilizations 33 Hartwig, To Antietam Creek 12 Hayward, Baltimores Alley Houses 22 Hess, Presidential Decisions for War 17 Hickey, 187 Things You Should Know about the War of 1812 15 Hickey, The Rockets Red Glare 15 Hill, Russia, the Near Abroad, and the West 40 Hinderaker, At the Edge of Empire 7 Hochfelder, The Telegraph in America, 18321920 30 Hoffer, The Brave New World 7 Hoffer, The Caning of Charles Sumner 9 Hoffer, When Benjamin Franklin Met the Reverend Whitefield 5 Hoogenboom, Gustavus Vasa Fox of the Union Navy 14 Humphreys, Intensely Human 14 Isaacs, Vietnam Shadows 29 Jacob, King of the Lobby 10 Jacobson, Of Virgins and Martyrs 42 Johnson, Ordering Life 30 Jones, The American Red Cross from Clara Barton to the New Deal 30 Jones, Broken Hearts 30 Kagan, Clio and the Crown 34 Kagan, Inquisitorial Inquiries 34 Kale, French Salons 43 Keire, For Business and Pleasure 24 Kelbaugh, Marylands Civil War Photographs 12 Kelley, Clandestine Marriage 30 Kelly, Outdoor Sculpture in Baltimore 21 Kennedy, Born Southern 8 Kerrigan, Johnny Appleseed and the American Orchard 2 Kilbride, Being American in Europe, 17501860 2 Kirk, Genoa and the Sea 37

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INDEX
Klassen, Mennonites in Early Modern Poland and Prussia 41 Kornweibel, Railroads in the African American Experience 20 Kraft, Vegas at Odds 11 Kraybill, The Amish 2 Krugler, English and Catholic 7 Landry, Noble Brutes 43 Landsman, Crossroads of Empire 5 Lane, Venice, A Maritime Republic 44 Lansford, The Latin Inscriptions of Rome 39 Largent, Vaccine 31 Launius, Robots in Space 3 Lawson, A Commonwealth of Hope 28 Lehman, Bloodshed at Little Bighorn 9 Lerner, One for the Road 3 Licht, Industrializing America 29 Livingstone, Adams Ancestors 42 Lombardo, Three Generations, No Imbeciles 11 Lord, Condom Nation 26 Lord, The Dawns Early Light 15 Madden, Enrico Dandolo and the Rise of Venice 43 Mahar, Women Filmmakers in Early Hollywood 25 Malone, Waterpower in Lowell 10 Manca, George Washingtons Eye 21 Mandell, King Philips War 5 Mandell, Tribe, Race, History 24 Marino, Becoming Neapolitan 37 Marjn, Europes Destiny 42 Marrs, Railroads in the Old South 20 Marshall, The Papers of George Catlett Marshall 16 Martello, Midnight Ride, Industrial Dawn 5 Martin, Buying into the World of Goods 6 Martin, Selling Beauty 36 Martines, Power and Imagination 44 Mazaroff, Henry Walters and Bernard Berenson 24 McClenahan, Eisenhower and the Cold War Economy 16 McCormick, Americas Half-Century 29 McShane, The Horse in the City 9 McWilliams, Annapolis, City on the Severn 21 Meacham, Every Home a Distillery 4 Milam, Looking for a Few Good Males 32 Mitchell, Maryland Voices of the Civil War 14 Mhring, Saladin 43 Mohun, Risk 31 Mom, The Electric Vehicle 20 Moote, The Great Plague 43 More, Women Physicians and the Cultures of Medicine 28 Morrison, The Political Philosophy of George Washington 17 Murphy, Investing in Life 9 Nance, Entertaining Elephants 2 Neuhaus, Manly Meals and Moms Home Cooking 23 Nicolson, Imaging and Imagining the Fetus 31 Nussdorfer, Brokers of Public Trust 38 Nystrom, New Orleans after the Civil War 10 OConnell, Men of Empire 39 Ogbar, Black Power 19 Ogbar, The Harlem Renaissance Revisited 19 Oliver, To Touch the Face of God 31 Olmsted, The Papers of Frederick Law Olmsted 21 Pallitto, Torture and State Violence in the United States 17 Pangle, The Political Philosophy of Benjamin Franklin 28 Parsons, Manhood Lost 28 Paul, Remembering the Crusades 34 Perez-Mallaina, Spains Men of the Sea 43 Peskin, America and the World 23 Peskin, Captives and Countrymen 6 Pettegrew, Brutes in Suits 23 Phillips, The Treasure of the San Jos 34 Pitts, Henri IV of France 36 Reese, Americas Public Schools 24 Reis, Bodies in Doubt 26 Reis, Slave Rebellion in Brazil 44 Rice, Nature and History in the Potomac Country 6 Riley, The Civic Foundations of Fascism in Europe 42 Roi, The Jewish Movement in the Soviet Union 40 Rockman, Scraping By 6 Rojas, From Black Power to Black Studies 19 Roof, American Labor, Congress, and the Welfare State, 19352010 17 Rosen, The Lost Sisterhood 29 Rossiter, Women Scientists in America 32 Ruble, Washingtons U Street 23 Ruggiero, Machiavelli in Love 38 Russell-Wood, The Portuguese Empire, 14151808 43 Russo, Planting an Empire 4 Rutkoff, Fly Away 19 Sacco, Unspeakable 26 Sandberg, Warrior Pursuits 36 Sandler, Home Front Baltimore 13 Sarasohn, The Natural Philosophy of Margaret Cavendish 42 Schermerhorn, Money over Mastery, Family over Freedom 8 Schiffman, The Birth of the Past 34 Schoen, The Fragile Fabric of Union 8 Schrag, Ethical Imperialism 11 Schrag, The Great Society Subway 20 Scranton, Reimagining Business History 2 Seeman, The Huron-Wendat Feast of the Dead 5 Sergeev, The Great Game, 18561907 40 Sewell, A House Divided 29 Shantz, An Introduction to German Pietism 33 Shomette, Flotilla 15 Shomette, Shipwrecks, Sea Raiders, and Maritime Disasters along the Delmarva Coast, 16322004 28 Siraisi, Communities of Learned Experience 31 Skinner, The Upper Country 7 Smith, Here Lies Jim Crow 18 Smith, Washington at Home 22 Solonari, Purifying the Nation 41 Spear, Race, Sex, and Social Order in Early New Orleans 6 Steinberg, All 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