Books

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Embodying Modernity

Embodying Modernity

Race, Gender, and Fitness Culture in Brazil

Contextualizes and Critically Analyzes Fitness Culture within the History of Imperialism

American Workman

American Workman

The Life and Art of John Kane

A Richly Illustrated Exploration of John Kane’s Life, the Value and Dignity of Labor, and Who Decides What Is Art and What Is Not

Buenos Aires Across the Arts

Buenos Aires Across the Arts

Five and One Theses on Modernity, 1921-1939

An In-Depth Analysis of Cultural Modernity and Urban Space across Artistic Disciplines in 1920s and 1930s Argentina

Community of Peace

Community of Peace

Performing Geographies of Ecological Dignity in Colombia

A Rich Ethnography of Grassroots Organizing for Peace in San José de Apartadó

Against Racism

Against Racism

Organizing for Social Change in Latin America

A Timely, Inclusive, and Intersectional Study on Antiracist Movements in Latin America

Central Air

Central Air

Poems

Humorous Poetry with a Deep Core of Seriousness

Cuban Studies 51

Cuban Studies 51

Cuban Studies is the preeminent journal for scholarly work on Cuba. Each volume includes articles in English and Spanish and a large book review section. In publication since 1970, and under Alejandro de la Fuente’s editorial leadership since 2013, this interdisciplinary journal covers all aspects of Cuban history, politics, culture, diaspora, ...
Prelude

Prelude

Poems

Poems that Center Lesbian Girlhood through a Historical Lens

Hello I Must Be Going

Hello I Must Be Going

Poems

Ekphrastic, Meditative Poems from a Writer with Astonishing Range

Calling from the Scaffold

Calling from the Scaffold

Poems

Narrative Poems that Embody the Complexity of Connection and Disconnection

Homestead

Homestead

The Households of a Mill Town

The Classic Portrait of Urban Industrial Life in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Century, with a New Foreword by Tom Waseleski

The Correspondence of John Tyndall, Volume 10

The Correspondence of John Tyndall, Volume 10

The Correspondence, January 1867–December 1868
The tenth volume of The Correspondence of John Tyndall spans from January 1867 to December 1868. It begins with Tyndall publicly enmeshed in a controversy that revealed his views on race, politics, and justifiable violence. Further pressure is exerted on him personally by the death of his mother Sarah, and the numerous ...
The Religion of Life

The Religion of Life

Eugenics, Race, and Catholicism in Chile

Shows How Catholicism Played a Central Role in the Development of a Scientific Understanding of Race, National Identity, and Human Difference in Chile

Remaking Home

Remaking Home

Domestic Spaces in Argentine and Chilean Film, 2005-2015

A New Way of Understanding the Political Agency of Global Art Cinema

Writing Architectural History

Writing Architectural History

Evidence and Narrative in the Twenty-First Century

Draws Attention to the Role of Subjectivity, Internal Tensions in Historical Practice, and the Politics Underlying Every Architectural Story

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