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Cuban Studies 53

Cuban Studies 53

Cuban Studies is the preeminent journal for scholarly work on Cuba

Egoism without Permission

Egoism without Permission

The Moral Psychology of Ayn Rand's Ethics

Deepens Our Understanding of Previously Neglected Psychological Aspects of Ayn Rand’s Rational Egoism

Social Mediations

Social Mediations

Writing for Digital Public Spheres

Offers a New Rhetorical Repertoire for Interactive Writing in Social Media and Other Digital Spaces

Staging Buenos Aires

Staging Buenos Aires

Theater, Society, and Politics in Argentina, 1860-1920

How Theater Expanded the Public Sphere and Contributed to Argentina’s Democratization

The Lung Block

The Lung Block

Plagues, Parks, and Power in Progressive-Era New York

Lays Bare the Class Struggles Inherent in Public Health and Urban Parks Campaigns of the Early Twentieth Century

A New No-Man’s-Land

A New No-Man’s-Land

Writing and Art at Guantánamo, Cuba

Reveals a New Story of Unexpected Sympathies, Solidarities, and Care in the Guantánamo Borderlands

Welcome to Oxnard

Welcome to Oxnard

Race, Place, and Chicana Adolescence in Michele Serros's Writings

A Literary Exploration of Chicana Coming of Age, Identity, and Belonging

The Slum and the City

The Slum and the City

Culture and Dissidence in the Villas Miseria of Buenos Aires

An Original Intervention into Theorizations of Buenos Aires’s Urban History

The Descent of Artificial Intelligence

The Descent of Artificial Intelligence

A Deep History of an Idea 400 Years in the Making

A Radically Different History of AI Spanning Four Centuries of Research on Human Intelligence and Behavior

Victorian Interdisciplinarity and the Sciences

Victorian Interdisciplinarity and the Sciences

Rethinking the Specialization Thesis

A Complex and Innovative Analysis of Discipline Formation in Nineteenth-Century Science

The People’s Spaceship

The People’s Spaceship

NASA, the Shuttle Era, and Public Engagement after Apollo

How Everyday Citizens Played an Integral Role in the Development of NASA’s Space Shuttle

Science, Religion, and the Protestant Tradition

Science, Religion, and the Protestant Tradition

Retracing the Origins of Conflict

Revisiting the Origins, Development, and Popularization of the “Conflict Thesis”

The Art of Freedom

The Art of Freedom

Kamaladevi Chattopadhyay and the Making of Modern India

A Revealing New Biography of a Pathbreaking Female Figure in Modern Indian History

Pale Horse

Pale Horse

A Novel of Revolutionary Russia

Boris Viktorovich Savinkov was a Russian writer and revolutionary. As one of the leaders of the Fighting Organisation of the Socialist Revolutionary Party, he was responsible for the assassinations of several high-ranking imperial officials in 1904 and 1905.

Mal Goode Reporting

Mal Goode Reporting

The Life and Work of a Black Broadcast Trailblazer

The First Comprehensive Biography on a Barrier-Breaking Black Radio and Television Newscaster

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