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Ringer

Poems

Winner of the 2018 Donald Hall Prize for Poetry

A Rebecca Harding Davis Reader

A Rebecca Harding Davis Reader

“Life in the Iron Mills,” Selected Fiction, and Essays
Edited By Jean Pfaelzer

Rebecca Harding Davis was a prolific writer who published chiefly in popular periodicals over the latter half of the nineteenth century. In tales that combine realism with sentimentalism and in topical essays, Davis confronted a wide range of current issues, most notably women’s problems. This valuable anthology enriches the American literary canon reprinting much of Davis’s writing for the first time.

Writing on the Move

Writing on the Move

Migrant Women and the Value of Literacy

Winner of the 2019 CCCC Outstanding Book Award.

Lorimer Leonard shows how multilingual migrant women both succeed and struggle in their writing contexts. Based on a qualitative study of everyday multilingual writers in the United States, she shows how migrants’ literacies are revalued because they move with writers among their different languages and around the world. The book details the complicated reality of multilingual literacy, which is lived at the nexus of prejudice, prestige, and power.

Networking Arguments

Networking Arguments

Rhetoric, Transnational Feminism, and Public Policy Writing

An original study on the use and misuse of global institutional rhetoric and the effects of these practices on women, particularly in developing countries. Using a feminist lens, Rebecca Dingo views the complex networks that rhetoric flows through, globally and nationally, and how it’s often reconfigured to work both for and against women and to maintain existing power structures.

Winner of the 2012 JAC W. Ross Winterowd Award

Slave Emancipation In Cuba

Slave Emancipation In Cuba

The Transition to Free Labor, 1860–1899

Rebecca J. Scott explores the dynamics of Cuban emancipation, arguing that slavery was not simply abolished by the metropolitan power of Spain or abandoned because of economic contradictions. Instead, she explains, slave emancipation was a prolonged, gradual and conflictive process unfolding through a series of social, legal, and economic transformations.

Parlor Radical

Parlor Radical

Rebecca Harding Davis and the Origins of American Social Realism

Rebecca Harding Davis was a prominent author of radical social fiction during the latter half of the nineteenth century. She confronted a wide range of contemporary American issues, giving voice to working women, prostitutes, wives seeking divorce, celibate utopians, and female authors. By engaging current strategies in literary hermeneutics with a strong sense of historical radicalism in the Gilded Age, Jean Pfaelzer reads Davis through the public issues that she forcefully inscribed in her fiction.

The Megarhetorics of Global Development

The Megarhetorics of Global Development

This volume examines rhetorical strategies used by multinational corporations, NGOs, governments, banks, and others to further their own economic, political, or technological agendas. These wide-ranging case studies employ rhetorical theory, globalization scholarship, and analysis of cultural and historical dynamics to offer critiques of development practices and their material effects.

Societies After Slavery

Societies After Slavery

A Select Annotated Bibliography of Printed Sources on Cuba, Brazil, British Colonial Africa, South A

A major reference tool, providing thousands of entries and rich scholarly annotations, this book defines research on postemancipation societies in North America, South America, Latin America, and Africa.

The Archives Of Cuba/Los Archivos De Cuba

The Archives Of Cuba/Los Archivos De Cuba

This is an invaluable comprehensive guide to the archival holdings and manuscript collections located in depositories throughout Cuba.

The Paradox of Violence in Venezuela

The Paradox of Violence in Venezuela

Revolution, Crime, and Policing During Chavismo

An Innovative Approach to Studying the Relationship between Politics, Crime, and Violence

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