A comprehensive and unsettling account of the Soviet campaign to forcefully sedentarize and collectivize the Kazakh clans. Stalin and his inner circle pursued a campaign of violence and subjugation, rather than attempting any dialog or cultural assimilation. The results were catastrophic, as the conflict and an ensuing famine (1931-1933) caused the death of nearly one third of the Kazakh population.
Reimagines Listening Education to Account for Twenty-First Century Sonic Practices and Experiences
Winner of the AWP 2017 Donald Hall Prize for Poetry
A Plea and an Awakening to Peace as a Process and a Transient State.
Winner of the 2017 Agnes Lynch Starrett Poetry Prize
Winner of the 2017 Cave Canem Poetry Prize
How Philosophy of Science Can Bring About Change in Political Life
These detailed yet interlocking studies consider whether knowledge evolved more through recurring intercultural links or through localized innovations; or whether it arose more from endogenous scientific study or from exogenous shifts in the world order.
Combining biographical and institutional history, Thomas C. Lassman examines the professional career of theoretical physicist Edward Condon at Princeton University, Pittsburgh’s Westinghouse Electric Company and Manufacturing Company, and the National Bureau of Standards to illuminate contested visions of the usefulness of science that played out during The Great Depression, the Second World War, and the early Cold War.
Explores the risk ridden realm of wise, if always fallible, rhetorical action.
Prince Edward County, Virginia as a microcosm of America’s struggle with race, literacy, and citizenship.
Volume 5 contains 266 letters covering a period of twenty-two months, when Tyndall was in his mid-thirties and had been employed by the Royal Institution as professor of natural philosophy since September 1853.
A new collection of poetry from the poet and novelist Ron Koertge.
Bradley Paul’s third book, uses common objects, animals, people, and experiences as starting points to consider one’s connectivity to the world
Sidebend World explores with clarity and vividness a wide range of emotions—love to hate, tenderness to brutality