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Modern Architecture in Mexico City

Modern Architecture in Mexico City

History, Representation, and the Shaping of a Capital

Kathryn E. O’Rourke offers a new interpretation of the development of modern architecture in the Mexican capital, showing close links between design, evolving understandings of national architectural history, folk art, and social reform.

Imperfect Present

Imperfect Present

Poems

A New Collection on the Complexities of Modern Life from an Award-Winning Poet

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

Technocratic Visions

Technocratic Visions

Engineers, Technology, and Society in Mexico

Explores Mexico’s Long History of State-Influenced Engineering

At the Table of Power

At the Table of Power

Food and Cuisine in the African American Struggle for Freedom, Justice, and Equality

A Hard-Hitting and Provocative Rethinking of American Culinary History

Seduced by Radium

Seduced by Radium

How Industry Transformed Science in the American Marketplace

Traces the Evolution of Radium from a Scientific Object to a Desirable Commodity

Death of the Daily News

Death of the Daily News

How Citizen Gatekeepers Can Save Local Journalism

Death of the Daily News Sounds a Warning for an Unfolding American Crisis

An Introduction to the History of Chronobiology, Volume 1

An Introduction to the History of Chronobiology, Volume 1

Biological Rhythms Emerge as a Subject of Scientific Research

The First Systematic Academic History of the Study of Biological Rhythms

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Winner of the 2021 Donald Hall Prize for Poetry

Brown Girl Chromatography

Brown Girl Chromatography

Winner of the 2021 Agnes Lynch Starrett Poetry Prize

It Falls Gently All Around and Other Stories

It Falls Gently All Around and Other Stories

Winner of the 2022 Drue Heinz Literature Prize

The Language of the In-Between

The Language of the In-Between

Travestis, Post-hegemony, and Writing in Contemporary Chile and Peru

Presents a New Way of Understanding Modernization, Exclusion, and Nationalist Discourse through the Voices of Gender and SexualDissident Writers

Decolonizing American Spanish

Decolonizing American Spanish

Eurocentrism and Foreignness in the Imperial Ecosystem

Exploring Colonialism in University Spanish and Hispanic Studies Departments

Other Americans

Other Americans

The Art of Latin America in the US Imaginary

How Contemporary Art, Literature, Film, and Television Create an Imagined Version of Latin America in the United States

Bound in the Bond of Life

Bound in the Bond of Life

Pittsburgh Writers Reflect on the Tree of Life Tragedy

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