A Direct Challenge to the Idea That Science Should Be Value-Free and Values Should Be Evidence-Free
An Examination of the Ways African American Rhetoric Becomes Whitened When It Crosses Over into White Audiences
A Collection of Essays that Cast a Light on Giannina Braschi’s Exquisite, Experimental, and Genre and Gender Bending Work
Essays That Confront the Personal and Public Aspects of Surviving Tragedy and Demonstrate How Pittsburgh Is Still Stronger Than Hate
The First Environmental History of Krakow, Covering More than a Thousand Years of History
A Comprehensive History Placing Forbes and His Campaign during the Seven Years’ War within the Context of the Eighteenth Century British Empire
Exciting New Research on German-Balkan Relations that Paves the Way to Integrate Southeast Europe into Histories of Germany and the East
A Revealing Insider Account of the First Years of Russian Independence
A Nuanced Account of Pope John Paul II’s Historical Visits to Poland in the Late Communist Era
A Fascinating Study of One of the Earliest and Most Influential Groups to Settle Western Pennsylvania
A compelling study of the sea change brought about in politics, society, and gender roles during World Wars I and II by campaigns to recruit Women’s Land Armies in Great Britain and the United States to cultivate victory gardens. Cecilia Gowdy-Wygant compares and contrasts the outcomes of war in both nations as seen through women’s ties to labor, agriculture, the home, and the environment. She sheds new light on the cultural legacies left by the Women’s Land Armies and their major role in shaping national and personal identities.
The First Translation of a Major Uruguayan Poet into English
A New Environmental History that Integrates Cultural and Urban Identity Across German Cities and Their Outskirts
Winner of the 2019 Donald Hall Prize for Poetry.