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Yuri Dojc and Katya Krausova<br />

Photographs by Yuri Dojc<br />

Speak to the Earth<br />

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David M. Jordan<br />

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Edward Hasse, Willard Jenkins, Lissa May, Brent Wallarab,<br />

and David Ward-Steinmann Foreword by Quincy Jones<br />

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Amer icA’s New r egioNAl r AilroAd<br />

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a novel Jim Cohee<br />

Africa..................................................................39-43<br />

African American................................................29<br />

Anthropology.......................27, 39, 40-42, 44-47<br />

Ar t.............................................................................16<br />

Asia..................................................................4,47,49<br />

Biography........................................................4,14,15<br />

Contemporary Issues...........................5,10,11,29<br />

Cultural Studies.....................................................44<br />

Eastern Europe........................................11, 12, 15<br />

Education...........................................................16,28<br />

Environmental........................................................47<br />

Ethnomusicology............................................42, 43<br />

Feminist....................................................................39<br />

Fiction.......................................................................19<br />

Film & Media......................................................4, 43<br />

Food Studies...........................................................47<br />

Folklore....................................................................48<br />

Gender......................................................................44<br />

Holocaust.........................................................12, 31<br />

Home Design.........................................................17<br />

<strong>Indiana</strong>...............................................................24-26<br />

Islam............................................................40, 41, 44<br />

Judaica.................................................10, 13, 30, 45<br />

Language & Linguistics.........................................49<br />

Latin America & the Caribbean.......................47<br />

Literary Criticism & Theory........................28, 42<br />

Literature.................................................................30<br />

Nor th America.........................................................4<br />

Media............................................................5, 40, 41<br />

Memoir.........................................................1, 18, 23<br />

Middle East.............................................. 30, 43, 45<br />

Music..................................................1-3, 17, 32-35<br />

New Age.................................................................27<br />

Outdoors & Nature.............................................23<br />

Paleontology...........................................................22<br />

Performing Ar ts..............................................15, 34<br />

Philosophy.........................................................36-39<br />

Photography.........................................2, 12, 24, 25<br />

Political Science................................................6, 29<br />

Popular Culture........................................................3<br />

Railroads & Transpor tation..................20, 21, 27<br />

Religion........................................13, 37, 38, 41, 45<br />

Russia & Eastern Europe....................................45<br />

Science..............................................................22, 26<br />

U.S. History....................................................6, 7, 29<br />

War & Military.....................................................8, 9<br />

Women’s Studies..................................................11<br />

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David Baker<br />

A Legacy in Music<br />

Monika Herzig<br />

With contributions by J. B. Dyas, John Edward Hasse, Willard Jenkins,<br />

Lissa May, Brent Wallarab, and David Ward-Steinmann<br />

Foreword by Quincy Jones<br />

From studio to stage with one of the world’s<br />

best-loved jazz musicians<br />

A Living Jazz Legend, musician and composer David Baker has made a distinctive mark<br />

on the world of music in his nearly 60-year career—as player (chiefly on trombone<br />

and cello), composer, and educator. In this richly illustrated volume, Monika Herzig<br />

explores Baker’s artistic legacy, from his days as a jazz musician in <strong>Indiana</strong>polis to his<br />

long-term gig as Distinguished Professor of Music at <strong>Indiana</strong> <strong>University</strong> and Chairman<br />

of the Jazz Studies department that he founded. Baker’s credits are striking: in the<br />

1960s he was a member of George Russell’s “out there” sextet and orchestra; by the<br />

1980s he was in the jazz educator’s hall of fame. His compositions have been recorded<br />

by performers as diverse as Dexter Gordon and Janos Starker, the Composer’s String<br />

Quartet, and the Czech Philharmonic. Featuring enlightening interviews with Baker<br />

and a CD of unreleased recordings and Baker compositions, this book brings a jazz<br />

legend into clear view.<br />

Monika Herzig is a recording artist for Owl Studios and a touring jazz pianist. Her music<br />

has received awards from Down Beat, ASCAP, and Billboard. Herzig teaches classes on the music<br />

industry and community arts organizations at <strong>Indiana</strong> <strong>University</strong> Bloomington.<br />

David Baker<br />

A L e g A c y i n M u s i c<br />

Monika Herzig With contributions by J.B. Dyas, John<br />

Edward Hasse, Willard Jenkins, Lissa May, Brent Wallarab,<br />

and David Ward-Steinmann Foreword by Quincy Jones<br />

“Herzig provides a thoroughly researched account<br />

of Baker’s compelling life and his influential<br />

pedagogical approach filled with contributions<br />

and heartfelt remembrances from the people who<br />

know him best.” —David Borgo, author of Sync or<br />

Swarm: Improvising Music in a Complex Age<br />

CD included<br />

Also of Interest<br />

The World of Music According to Starker<br />

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Menahem <strong>Press</strong>ler<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35241-5 $24.95t<br />

October 2011<br />

Music, Memoir<br />

World<br />

344 pages, 44 b&w illus., 44 music exx., 6 x 9<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35657-4 $29.95t £19.99<br />

eBook 978-0-253-00524-3 $24.95 £16.99<br />

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K e y s t o n e<br />

portrait of a jazz club<br />

K o r n e r<br />

“...a welcome and much-needed addition to the<br />

documentation of jazz in America.”—Nat Hentoff,<br />

record producer, photographer, and author of The<br />

Ghosts of Harlem, among many other books<br />

Photographs and Interviews by Kathy Sloane Edited by Sascha Feinstein and Kathy Sloane<br />

Keystone Korner<br />

Portrait of a Jazz Club<br />

Photographs and Interviews by Kathy Sloane<br />

Edited by Sascha Feinstein and Kathy Sloane<br />

Looking back at a West Coast Jazz oasis<br />

During the 1970s, when jazz clubs all over America were folding under the onslaught<br />

of rock ‘n’ roll and disco, San Francisco’s Keystone Korner was an oasis for jazz<br />

musicians and patrons. Tucked next to a police station in the city’s North Beach area,<br />

the Korner became known as one of the most important jazz spots in the United States.<br />

It was so beloved by musicians that superstars McCoy Tyner, Freddie Hubbard, Ron<br />

Carter, and Elvin Jones played a benefit concert just so the club could buy a liquor<br />

license. In this book, more than 100 black-and-white photographs and a marvelous<br />

collage of oral histories chronicle the Keystone experience.<br />

Kathy Sloane has been a freelance photographer for 35 years and has exhibited her jazz<br />

images in San Francisco, Oakland, and Los Angeles. In New York, she exhibited together with<br />

bassist/photographer Milt Hinton. A portfolio of her work was featured in Jazz Times, and five of<br />

her images appeared in Ken Burns’s PBS miniseries Jazz.<br />

The<br />

Jazz Fiction<br />

AnThology<br />

CD included<br />

EditEd by Sascha Feinstein & David Rife<br />

October 2011<br />

Music, Photography<br />

U.S. and Canada<br />

224 pages, 109 b&w illus., 8 1 / 2 x 10<br />

Paper 978-0-253-35691-8 $40.00t £27.99<br />

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Also of Interest<br />

Jazz in Black and White<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-34400-7 $34.95t<br />

Jazzwomen<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-34436-6 $24.95t<br />

The Jazz Fiction Anthology<br />

Paper 978-0-253-22137-7 $24.95t

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Beethoven in America<br />

Michael Broyles<br />

A pop-cultural tour of Beethoven’s America<br />

Beethoven permeates American culture. His image appears on countless busts and<br />

coffee mugs; his music is heard in movie scores, TV soundtracks, commercials, and pop<br />

songs; he is Schroeder’s god in Peanuts and Chuck Berry’s freaked-out parent in “Roll<br />

over Beethoven.” In this book, Michael Broyles seeks to understand the composer as<br />

he exists in the American imagination and explores how Beethoven became a cultural<br />

icon. Broyles examines Beethoven’s appearance in a variety of contexts: American<br />

commercialism, the Afrocentrist and black power movements, and the modernist<br />

critique of Romanticism. He considers portrayals of Beethoven in American film and<br />

theater and the uses of his music in film scores, as well as references to Beethoven<br />

and his music in disco, country, rock, and rap. In the end, he shows that to examine<br />

Beethoven on American soil is to examine America itself.<br />

Beethoven<br />

i n A m e r i c A<br />

M i c h a e l B r oyl e s<br />

Michael Broyles is Professor of Music at Florida State <strong>University</strong> and former Distinguished<br />

Professor of Music and Professor of American History at Pennsylvania State <strong>University</strong>. His most<br />

recent book (with Denise Von Glahn), Leo Ornstein: Modernist Dilemmas, Personal Choices (IUP,<br />

2007), won the Irving Lowens Prize in 2007.<br />

“This book fills a great gap in our understanding<br />

both of Beethoven and of American culture.<br />

The panorama of this narrative encompasses<br />

antebellum rice plantations in South Carolina and<br />

the film studios of Hollywood, music critic John<br />

Dwight and rock star Chuck Berry, Theosophy<br />

and Black Power, Beethoven’s sketches, and<br />

YouTube videos.”<br />

—Christopher Reynolds,<br />

<strong>University</strong> of California, Davis<br />

Also of Interest<br />

Leo Ornstein<br />

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The Great American Symphony<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35305-4 $24.95t<br />

November 2011<br />

Music, Popular Culture<br />

World<br />

376 pages, 61 b&w illus., 6 x 9<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35704-5 $29.95t £19.99<br />

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John Coates<br />

The Man who Built The Snowman<br />

Marie Beardmore<br />

Foreword by Raymond Briggs<br />

A vivid portrayal of a celebrated figure in animation<br />

John Coates is best known as the producer of The Snowman, When the Wind Blows,<br />

Wind in the Willows, Willows in Winter, and Famous Fred, and as the man behind<br />

the Beatles film Yellow Submarine. This intimate biography takes the reader on a<br />

journey through Coates’s early life, his years as an army officer in the 11th Hussars<br />

in World War II, and his postwar life as a distributor for Rank films throughout Asia,<br />

before returning to England and eventually taking over TV Cartoons. With a foreword<br />

by Raymond Briggs and an epilogue by Coates himself, this abundantly illustrated<br />

work also includes a DVD of selections from Coates’s work.<br />

Marie Beardmore is a former media journalist based in Paris, where she writes for TV and is<br />

working on her own projects, including the adult animation Umbilical Man and a graphic novel, Rose.<br />

DVD included<br />

august 2011<br />

Biography, Film & Media<br />

North America, Asia<br />

160 pages, 40 color illus., 60 b&w illus., 6 x 8<br />

Paper 978-0-86196-682-0 $24.95t<br />

Distributed for John Libbey Publishing<br />

Also of Interest<br />

British Animation<br />

Paper 978-0-253-22096-7 $29.95t<br />

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Murder, the Media,<br />

and the Politics of Public Feelings<br />

Remembering Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr.<br />

Jennifer Petersen<br />

Marshaling public emotions into political action<br />

In 1998, the horrific murders of Matthew Shepard—a gay man living in Laramie,<br />

Wyoming—and James Byrd Jr.—an African American man dragged to his death in<br />

Jasper, Texas—provoked a passionate public outrage. The intense media coverage<br />

of the murders made moments of violence based in racism and homophobia highly<br />

visible, which eventually led to the passage of the Matthew Shepard and James Byrd<br />

Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act in 2009. The role the media played in cultivating,<br />

shaping, and directing the collective emotional response toward these crimes is<br />

the subject of this gripping new book by Jennifer Petersen. Tracing the emotional<br />

exchange from news stories to the creation of law, Petersen calls for an approach to<br />

media and democratic politics that takes into account the role of affect in the political<br />

and legal life of the nation.<br />

Jennifer Petersen is Assistant Professor of Media Studies at the <strong>University</strong> of Virginia. Her<br />

work has appeared in numerous journals including Media, Culture & Society and Critical Studies in<br />

Media Communication.<br />

Murder, the Media,<br />

and the Politics<br />

of Public Feelings<br />

Remembering Matthew Shepard and James Byrd Jr.<br />

J E N N I F E R P E T E R S E N<br />

“[Peterson] breaks new ground by showing how<br />

national and local media coverage interact and<br />

how popular emotion and public legislation work<br />

together.”—John D. Peters, author of Courting the<br />

Abyss: Free Speech and the Liberal Tradition<br />

“...engrossing and expertly-argued reading.<br />

Petersen gracefully blends theoretical investigations<br />

with narrative recountings of the two cases.”<br />

—Beth Loffreda, author of Losing Matt Shepard: Life<br />

and Politics in the Aftermath of Anti-Gay Murder<br />

Also of Interest<br />

Ugly War, Pretty Package<br />

Paper 978-0-253-22122-3 $22.95t<br />

September 2011<br />

Media, Contemporary Issues<br />

World<br />

218 pages, 6 x 9<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35659-8 $70.00L £52.00<br />

Paper 978-0-253-22339-5 $24.95t £16.99<br />

eBook 978-0-253-00521-2 $20.95 £14.99<br />

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FDR<br />

Dewey<br />

and the election<br />

of 1944<br />

FDR, Dewey, and the Election of 1944<br />

David M. Jordan<br />

A gripping narrative of politics and the presidency<br />

in time of war<br />

DaviD<br />

★ M. ★<br />

JorDa n<br />

“All presidential elections are important—and<br />

interesting. The 1944 election is no exception. It’s<br />

a good story and Jordan tells it well.”<br />

—Gary Donaldson, author of Truman Defeats Dewey<br />

Although the presidential election of 1944 placed FDR in the White House for<br />

an unprecedented fourth term, historical memory of the election itself has been<br />

overshadowed by the war, Roosevelt’s health and his death the following April,<br />

Truman’s ascendancy, and the decision to drop the atomic bomb. Today most people<br />

assume that FDR’s reelection was assured. Yet, as David M. Jordan’s engrossing<br />

account reveals, neither the outcome of the campaign nor even the choice of candidates<br />

was certain. Just a week before Election Day, pollster George Gallup thought a small<br />

shift in votes in a few key states would award the election to Thomas E. Dewey. Though<br />

the Democrats urged voters not to “change horses in midstream,” the Republicans<br />

countered that the war would be won “quicker with Dewey and Bricker.” With its<br />

insider tales and accounts of party politics and campaigning for votes in the shadow<br />

of war and an uncertain future, FDR, Dewey, and the Election of 1944 makes for a<br />

fascinating chapter in American political history.<br />

David M. Jordan is author of Roscoe Conkling of New York: Voice in the Senate; Winfield<br />

Scott Hancock: A Soldier’s Life (IUP, 1988); “Happiness Is Not My Companion”: The Life of<br />

General G. K. Warren (IUP, 2001); and Occasional Glory: A History of the Philadelphia Phillies.<br />

October 2011<br />

U.S. History, Political Science<br />

World<br />

380 pages, 24 b&w illus., 6 x 9<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35683-3 $29.95t £19.99<br />

eBook 978-0-253-00562-5 $24.95 £16.99<br />

Also of Interest<br />

Louis Johnson and the Arming of America<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-34626-1 $35.00t<br />

Truman and MacArthur<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35066-4 $29.95t<br />

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Fighting for America<br />

The Struggle for Mastery in North America, 1519–1871<br />

Jeremy Black<br />

A sweeping history of nations grappling for control<br />

of a continent<br />

Fig hting<br />

For<br />

AmericA<br />

Prize-winning author Jeremy Black traces the competition for control of North<br />

America from the landing of Spanish troops under Hernan Cortés in modern Mexico in<br />

1519 to 1871 when, with the Treaty of Washington and the withdrawal of most British<br />

garrisons, Britain accepted American mastery in North America. In this wide-ranging<br />

narrative, Black makes clear that the process by which America gained supremacy<br />

was far from inevitable. The story Black tells is one of conflict, diplomacy, geopolitics,<br />

and politics. The eventual result was the creation of a United States of America<br />

that stretched from Atlantic to Pacific and dominated North America. The gradual<br />

withdrawal of France and Spain, the British accommodation to the expanding U.S.<br />

reality, the impact of the American Civil War, and the subjugation of Native peoples<br />

are all carefully drawn out. Black emphasizes contingency not Manifest Destiny and<br />

reconceptualizes American exceptionalism to take note of the pressures and impact of<br />

international competition.<br />

Jeremy Black is a British historian and Professor of History at the <strong>University</strong> of Exeter. He is<br />

author of more than 100 books and received the Samuel Eliot Morison Prize from the Society<br />

for Military History in 2008.<br />

The Struggle for<br />

Mastery in North<br />

America, 1519-1871<br />

Jeremy Black<br />

“A refreshing take on Manifest Destiny. . . .<br />

American (and Canadian) readers will learn a<br />

lot of new things and be led into new ways of<br />

viewing old ones. An important contribution.”<br />

—Walter Nugent, author of Into the West: The<br />

Story of Its People<br />

Also of Interest<br />

From All Points<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-34851-7 $39.95t<br />

American Confluence<br />

Paper 978-0-253-20011-2 $21.95t<br />

October 2011<br />

U.S. History<br />

World<br />

432 pages, 6 x 9<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35660-4 $39.95t £26.99<br />

eBook 978-0-253-00561-8 $33.95 £23.99<br />

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Warfare<br />

in Woods and<br />

forests QQQ<br />

Anthony ClAyton<br />

Warfare in Woods and Forests<br />

Anthony Clayton<br />

Foreword by General Charles Guthrie, Lord Guthrie of Craigiebank<br />

(formerly Chief of Defence Staff, UK)<br />

The wartime horrors lurking in woods and forests<br />

Fighting in woods and forests is a very special form of war. Avoided by military<br />

commanders unless such terrain is to their advantage, for soldiers forest battles are<br />

a chaotic mix of dread, determination, and, all too often, death. Adversaries remain<br />

in constant fear of concealed ambush, casualties usually must be abandoned, and<br />

prisoners who cannot be guarded are killed. Heightened fear can lead to excesses.<br />

Too often, armies have been badly prepared and trained for such warfare and have<br />

suffered severely for it. In Warfare in Woods and Forests, noted military historian<br />

Anthony Clayton describes major events in woods and forest warfare from the first<br />

century CE to the 21st. These events involve Roman soldiers in Germany 2,000 years<br />

ago; North Americans in 18th- and 19th-century conflicts; invaders of Russia in 1812<br />

and 1941; British, French, and Americans in France in 1916 and 1918; Americans in<br />

the Hürtgen Forest in 1944; and modern-day Russian soldiers in Chechnya.<br />

Anthony Clayton is a retired official of the British Colonial Government of Kenya,<br />

former Senior Lecturer at the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, and former Associate<br />

Lecturer at the <strong>University</strong> of Surrey. He is author of 15 books including Paths of Glory: The<br />

French Army,1914–1918; The British Officer: Leaders of the Army from 1660 to the Present; and<br />

Defeat: When Nations Lose a War.<br />

November 2011<br />

War & Military<br />

World<br />

176 pages, 12 b&w illus., 13 maps, 6 x 9<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35688-8 $29.95t £19.99<br />

eBook 978-0-253-00553-3 $24.95 £16.99<br />

Also of Interest<br />

The Age of Battles<br />

Paper 978-0-253-21707-3 $24.95s<br />

The Second Battle of the Marne<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35146-3 $27.95t<br />

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“An important book. One of the most compelling<br />

and thoughtful ARVN [Army of the Republic of<br />

Viet Nam] accounts I have ever read. . . . It is an<br />

unblinking, unflinching account . . . a very honest<br />

book, the author’s integrity comes through on<br />

every page.” —David T. Zabecki, Maj. Gen., U.S.<br />

Army (ret.)<br />

The Battle of<br />

An Loc An Loc<br />

JAM E S H. W I L LBAN K S<br />

Also of Interest<br />

The Battle of An Loc<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-34481-6 $29.95t<br />

The American War in Contemporary Vietnam<br />

Paper 978-0-253-22076-9 $24.95s<br />

January 2012<br />

War & Military<br />

World<br />

608 pages, 1 map, 6 x 9<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35687-1 $39.95t £26.99<br />

eBook 978-0-253-00548-9 $33.95 £23.99<br />

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A Prophetic Peace<br />

Judaism, Religion, and Politics<br />

Alick Isaacs<br />

P e r s o n a l r e f l e c t i o n s o n J u d a i s m a n d w a r<br />

A<br />

Prophetic<br />

Peace<br />

JudAism, Religion, And Politics<br />

Alick Isaacs<br />

“A timely, highly original, and important work. . . .<br />

What renders this book quite unique is its powerful<br />

and truly engaging autobiographical setting that<br />

lends Isaacs’s argument a compelling first person<br />

urgency.” —Menachem Fisch, author of Rational<br />

Rabbis: Science and Talmudic Culture (IUP, 1997)<br />

Challenging deeply held convictions about Judaism, Zionism, war, and peace, Alick<br />

Isaacs’s combat experience in the second Lebanon war provoked him to search for a way<br />

of reconciling the belligerence of religion with its messages of peace. In his insightful<br />

readings of the texts of biblical prophecy and rabbinic law, Isaacs draws on the writings<br />

of Ludwig Wittgenstein, Jacques Derrida, Abraham Joshua Heschel, and Martin Buber,<br />

among others, to propose an ambitious vision of religiously inspired peace. Rejecting<br />

the notion of Jewish theology as partial to war and vengeance, this eloquent and moving<br />

work points to the ways in which Judaism can be a path to peace. A Prophetic Peace<br />

describes an educational project called Talking Peace whose aim is to bring individuals<br />

of different views together to share varying understandings of peace.<br />

Alick Isaacs is a research fellow at the Hartman Institute’s Kogod Center for Contemporary<br />

Jewish Thought and teaches at the Melton Center for Jewish Education and Rothberg School for<br />

Overseas Students, both at the Hebrew <strong>University</strong> of Jerusalem. He is co-director of the Talking<br />

Peace project sponsored by Mishkenot Sha’ananim in Jerusalem.<br />

Israeli<br />

and<br />

Palestinian<br />

Narratives<br />

of<br />

Conflict<br />

History’s Double Helix<br />

Edited by<br />

Robert I. Rotberg<br />

October 2011<br />

Contemporary Issues, Judaica<br />

World<br />

232 pages, 6 x 9<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35684-0 $27.95t £18.99<br />

eBook 978-0-253-00564-9 $22.95 £15.99<br />

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A History of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict, Second Edition<br />

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Israeli and Palestinian Narratives of Conflict<br />

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of world newspapers in the early 1990s.<br />

The War of Yugoslav Succession of<br />

1991–95 convinced many that interethnic violence<br />

was endemic to politics in Yugoslavia and<br />

that the Yugoslav meltdown had occurred<br />

because of ancient hatreds. In this thematic history<br />

of Yugoslavia in the twentieth century, Sabrina<br />

P. Ramet demonstrates that, on the contrary,<br />

the instability of the three twentieth-century<br />

Yugoslav states—the interwar kingdom<br />

(1918–41), socialist Yugoslavia (1945–91), and<br />

the rump Yugoslav state created in 1992 out<br />

of Serbia and Montenegro—can be attributed<br />

to the failure of succeeding governments to<br />

establish the rule of law and political legitimacy.<br />

Ramet places emphasis on the failure of the<br />

state-building project and the absence of political<br />

legitimation, rather than on ineluctable or<br />

abstract historical forces. Based on extensive<br />

archival research and fieldwork and the culmination<br />

of more than two decades of study, The<br />

Three Yugoslavias is a major contribution to an<br />

understanding of Yugoslavia and its successor<br />

states.<br />

Jacket photo: Belgrade, Yugoslavia © Corbis<br />

indiana university press<br />

Surviving the Bosnian Genocide<br />

The Women of Srebrenica Speak<br />

Selma Leydesdorff<br />

Translated by Kay Richardson<br />

The 1 995 Srebrenica massacre and its impact on women<br />

survivors<br />

Surviving<br />

the<br />

BoSnian<br />

genocide<br />

The Women of Srebrenica Speak<br />

In July 1995, the Army of the Serbian Republic killed some 8,000 Bosnian men and<br />

boys in and around the town of Srebrenica—the largest mass murder in Europe since<br />

World War II. Surviving the Bosnian Genocide is based on the testimonies of 60<br />

female survivors of the massacre who were interviewed by Dutch historian Selma<br />

Leydesdorff. The women, many of whom still live in refugee camps, talk about their<br />

lives before the Bosnian war, the events of the massacre, and the ways they have tried<br />

to cope with their fate. Drawing on their memories, though fragmented by trauma, the<br />

women tell of life and survival under extreme conditions, while recalling a time before<br />

the war when Muslims, Croats, and Serbs lived together peaceably. By giving them a<br />

voice, this book looks beyond the rapes, murders, and atrocities of that dark time to<br />

show the agency of these women during and after the war and their fight to uncover<br />

the truth of what happened at Srebrenica and why.<br />

Selma Leydesdorff is Professor of Oral History and Culture at the <strong>University</strong> of Amsterdam.<br />

She is author of We Lived with Dignity: The Jewish Proletariat of Amsterdam, 1900–1940 and editor<br />

(with Nanci Adler, Mary Chamberlain, and Leyla Neyzi) of Memories of Mass Repression: Narrating<br />

Life Stories in the Aftermath of Atrocity.<br />

Selma Leydesdorff<br />

TranSLaTed by<br />

Kay richardSon<br />

“A book of remarkable integrity that gives the<br />

victims voices, faces, families, and lives. . . .<br />

The author succeeds in creating an honest and<br />

sensitive picture from the jumble of stories,<br />

emotions, and reminiscences. . . . A work of great<br />

social relevance.” —Internationale Spectator<br />

Kay Richardson is a retired editor with 30 years of experience in international scholarly<br />

publishing. During her 13 years of residence in the Netherlands, she gained fluency in Dutch and<br />

developed an abiding interest in Dutch history and culture.<br />

Ramet<br />

The<br />

Three<br />

Yugoslavias<br />

State-Building and<br />

Legitimation<br />

1918–2005<br />

The<br />

Three<br />

Sabrina P. Ramet<br />

Yugoslavias<br />

State-Building and Legitimation, 1918–2005<br />

Y<br />

Also of Interest<br />

The Three Yugoslavias<br />

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Gender and War in Twentieth-Century Eastern Europe<br />

Paper 978-0-253-21844-5 $27.00s<br />

October 2011<br />

Contemporary Issues, Eastern Europe,<br />

Women’s Studies<br />

World<br />

264 pages, 3 maps, 6 x 9<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35669-7 $29.95t £19.99<br />

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today. People who have family connections with Polish Galicia will find<br />

this an invaluable sourcebook on their own heritage, but its innovative<br />

approach to understanding the past will appeal to anyone concerned<br />

with questions of history, memory, and identity, and how photography<br />

can make the past accessible.<br />

Jonathan Webber is a British social anthropologist who taught<br />

for many years at Oxford <strong>University</strong> before moving in 2002 to the<br />

<strong>University</strong> of Birmingham, where he holds the UNESCO Chair in<br />

Jewish and Interfaith Studies. He started his anthropological fieldwork<br />

in Galicia in 1988, and in 1993 began a collaboration with Chris<br />

Schwarz on a project which became known as Traces of Memory.<br />

He is a founder member of the Polish government’s International<br />

Auschwitz Council (established in 1990), vice-chairman of the<br />

Institute for Polish–Jewish Studies (established in Oxford in 1984 ),<br />

and chairman of the trustees of the Galicia Jewish Museum. In 1999<br />

he was awarded the Golden Cross of the Order of Merit by the<br />

President of the Republic of Poland for services to Polish–Jewish<br />

relations. His publications include Jewish Identities in the New Europe<br />

(published by the Littman Library) and Auschwitz: A History in<br />

Photographs. He has been a visiting fellow at the Kulturwissenschaftliches<br />

Institut in Essen, the Zentrum für Interdisziplinäre<br />

Forschung in Bielefeld, and Collegium Budapest.<br />

Chris Schwarz was an acclaimed British photojournalist whose<br />

intellectual curiosity led him to travel widely and investigate a great<br />

range of topics. He worked for publications including Time Out and<br />

The Independent; collections of his photographs on social-welfare<br />

issues―including poverty, health issues, involuntary migrations, and<br />

urban ecology―were published in book form and displayed in<br />

exhibitions. His father’s origins in Lwów and his own interest in the<br />

Solidarity movement led him to Poland, where he teamed up with<br />

Jonathan Webber to work on the Traces of Memory project.<br />

Imbued with a passionate sense of social consciousness, in 2004<br />

he opened the Galicia Jewish Museum in Kraków to showcase his<br />

photographs as a way of bringing the story of the Jewish heritage in<br />

Polish Galicia to Poland and to the world. He died in 2007.<br />

Cover illustration: The lion of Judah, derelict and headless, at the entrance to the abandoned,<br />

ruined synagogue of Dąbrowa Tarnowska: a trace of memory poignantly representing the Jewish<br />

world that was destroyed in the Holocaust. Photo Chris Schwarz © Galicia Jewish Museum 2009<br />

‘Polish–Jewish relations have long suffered from stereotypes and false accusations on<br />

both sides, and this is a major attempt to right the wrongs of the past . . . A courageous<br />

and honest work, imbued with spirituality and feeling for the places and the subject.’<br />

Michael Schudrich, Chief Rabbi of Poland<br />

‘Chris Schwarz and Jonathan Webber have poignantly captured the ruins of memory.<br />

Tradition, religion, culture, language, architecture, homes, places of worship, and<br />

cemeteries, all beautifully photographed, clearly explained. Their work is a fitting<br />

memorial to the Jews of Galicia, who survive only through these whispered traces.’<br />

Stephen Smith, Chair, Holocaust Memorial Day Trust, UK<br />

‘Chris Schwarz’s photos draw the eye and stir the heart; Jonathan Webber’s texts are<br />

informative, moving, and written with much wisdom. Altogether, it took a rare combination<br />

of brain, of heart, and of an intelligent and penetrating eye to produce a book that adds<br />

new layers to memory and inspires a yearning for what was lost. It will be a source of<br />

pride for every Jew―whether or not they have Galician roots.’<br />

Shevach Weiss, former Israeli Ambassador to Poland<br />

‘A stunning tribute to the Jewish heritage of Polish Galicia . . . immortalized in this exquisite<br />

photographic record and erudite commentary. A treasure for future generations.’<br />

Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett, New York <strong>University</strong> and Museum of the History of Polish Jews<br />

‘A moving account of what is being done to preserve the memory of what was lost and of<br />

the people, both Poles and Jews, involved in this important undertaking.’<br />

Antony Polonsky, Editor-in-Chief of Polin: Studies in Polish Jewry<br />

‘Chris Schwarz’s photos are remarkable, and Jonathan Webber has a depth of knowledge<br />

about Jewish culture and the Jewish experience in Polish Galicia that few can equal.<br />

His wonderfully detailed―and highly readable―notes in the back section of the book<br />

evoke a rich texture of memory and tradition and loss and even hope.’<br />

Ruth Ellen Gruber, author of National Geographic Jewish Heritage Travel: A Guide to Eastern Europe<br />

‘Travelling with Jonathan Webber in Galicia was one of the most moving experiences of my<br />

life. Now every reader can participate in that journey through this extraordinary book,<br />

revisiting a past that has tragically vanished but continues to move and inspire.’<br />

Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, host of TLC’s Shalom in the Home and founder of This World: The Values Network<br />

Judaica . Eastern Europe<br />

Published for the<br />

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$27.95<br />

Since the Holocaust, traces of memory are virtually all that remain in<br />

Poland today after more than eight hundred years of Jewish life there.<br />

This remarkable album, published on behalf of the Galicia Jewish<br />

Museum in Kraków, offers a sensitive way of looking at that past.<br />

Based entirely on arresting, present-day colour photographs of Polish<br />

Galicia, it shows how much of that past can still be seen today if one<br />

knows how to look and how to interpret what one sees.<br />

The traces of the Jewish past in Polish Galicia can be approached<br />

from many angles. Jewish life in Poland was in ruins after the Holocaust,<br />

and so too were most of its synagogues and cemeteries. Much evidence<br />

of ruin remains, but, astonishingly, there are also traces that bear witness<br />

to the great Jewish civilization that once flourished there―synagogues<br />

and cemeteries of astounding beauty in villages and small towns as well<br />

as in the larger cities. One can also see the exact locations where the<br />

Germans murdered the Jews of Galicia in the Holocaust: not only in<br />

the infamous death camps and ghettos, but also in fields, in forests,<br />

and in rivers. The Germans tried to destroy even the memory of the Jews<br />

in Poland, and to a very great extent they succeeded; then came forty<br />

years of communism, including the antisemitic campaign of 1968.<br />

But now that Poland is once again part of a multicultural Europe,<br />

the great Jewish civilization that once flourished on Polish lands is<br />

increasingly being memorialized, by local Poles as well as by foreign<br />

Jews. Synagogues and cemeteries are being renovated, monuments<br />

are being erected, museums are being set up, pilgrimages are taking<br />

place, festivals of Jewish culture are being organized, books about Jews<br />

are being published, and there are once again rabbis and kosher food.<br />

So the traces of memory include how the past is being remembered<br />

in Poland today, and the people doing the remembering.<br />

Given all these perspectives, the contact with contemporary<br />

realities involves a complex emotional journey: grief at a civilization in<br />

ruins; pride in its spiritual and cultural achievements; anger at its<br />

destruction; nostalgia for a past that is gone; hope for the future.<br />

Considering each element in turn and offering cultural insights and<br />

information to support each of these responses, the combination of<br />

photos and text in this book not only informs but also suggests both<br />

how to make sense of the past and how to discover its relevance for<br />

the present.<br />

The seventy-four photographs are all fully captioned, with<br />

additional detailed background notes to explain and contextualize them.<br />

The idea is to help people understand the Jewish civilization of Polish<br />

Galicia in its local context on the basis of what can still be seen there<br />

continued on back flap<br />

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Last Folio<br />

Textures of Jewish Life in Slovakia<br />

Yuri Dojc and Katya Krausova<br />

Photographs by Yuri Dojc<br />

Remembrance of a once-thriving Jewish culture in Slovakia<br />


Yuri Dojc and Katya Krausova<br />

Photographs by Yuri Dojc<br />

“Books in these photographs . . . are possessed by<br />

spirits exorcised through Yuri Dojc’s magical eye: as<br />

they disintegrate into dust, the camera illuminates<br />

how that moment of disintegration is also a moment<br />

of immense energy and movement, one last and<br />

glorious statement of defiance, resisting both death<br />

and oblivion.” —Azar Nafisi, author of Reading<br />

Lolita in Tehran: A Memoir in Books<br />

“In the context of the trauma of the Holocaust, Dojc<br />

has delivered hauntingly beautiful images—jewel-like<br />

tokens—that link us by imagination to a lost world<br />

and time. . . . As we look at these images of all that<br />

remained, we remember all that was lost.” —David G.<br />

Marwell, Director, Museum of Jewish Heritage<br />

Now available<br />

Holocaust, Photography, Eastern Europe<br />

World<br />

128 pages, 6 5 / 8 x 9 1 / 2, 39 color illus., 17 b&w illus., 1 map<br />

Paper 978-0-253-22377-7 $24.95t £16.99<br />

The Galicia Jewish Museum<br />

The Littman Library of<br />

Jewish Civilization<br />

<strong>Indiana</strong> <strong>University</strong> <strong>Press</strong><br />

Webber & Schwarz Rediscovering Traces of Memory The Jewish Heritage of Polish Galicia Littman <strong>Indiana</strong><br />

Last Folio features stunning photographs taken by Yuri Dojc of once-vibrant Jewish<br />

communities throughout Slovakia. Dojc’s photographic journey began in an abandoned<br />

school in Bardejov where time had stood still since the day in 1942 when its students<br />

were taken to concentration camps. The books were still there, along with student<br />

essays marked with corrections and school reports—all disintegrating on dusty shelves.<br />

Dojc’s eloquent photographs treat the decaying books as survivors, the last witnesses<br />

to what had been a thriving culture. Last Folio also includes portraits of aging Slovak<br />

Holocaust survivors and images of the poignant ruins of schools, synagogues, mikvahs,<br />

and cemeteries. With texts by Lucia Faltin, Katya Krausova, David G. Marwell, and Azar<br />

Nafisi, Last Folio presents a stirring tribute to a vanished culture.<br />

Yuri Dojc is an internationally acclaimed photographer whose work is included in the<br />

collections of the Library of Congress, the National Gallery of Canada, and the National Museum<br />

of Slovakia. An emigré to Canada from Czechoslovakia, he received a medal of honor from<br />

the Slovak Ambassador to the United States in 2001 for We Endured, a series of portraits of<br />

Holocaust survivors.<br />

Katya Krausova, a television producer who emigrated to Great Britain from Czechoslovakia<br />

in 1968, is a co-founder of Portobello Pictures, an independent film and television production<br />

company in the United Kingdom which won the 1997 Academy Award for Best Foreign Language<br />

Film for Kolya.<br />

Rediscovering Traces of Memory<br />

The Jewish Heritage of Polish Galicia<br />

J o n a t h a n W e b b e r<br />

p h o t o g r a p h s b y<br />

C h r i s S c h w a r z<br />

f r o m t h e p e r m a n e n t e x h i b i t i o n o f<br />

t h e G a l i c i a J e w i s h M u s e u m , K r a k ó w<br />

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Rediscovering Traces of Memory<br />

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Today I Am a Woman<br />

Bat Mitzvah around the World<br />

Edited by Barbara Vinick and Shulamit Reinharz<br />

Celebrating bat mitzvah in diverse Jewish cultures<br />

Recollections of the first bat mitzvah at the only synagogue in Indonesia, a poignant<br />

bat mitzvah memory of World War II Italy, and an American bat mitzvah shared with<br />

girls in a Ukrainian orphanage—these are a few of the resonant testimonies about<br />

the transition from Jewish girl to Jewish woman collected in Today I Am a Woman.<br />

Introduced by brief biographical notes and descriptions of Jewish communities around<br />

the world, these stories reveal how Judaism defines this important rite of passage in<br />

a girl’s life in widely disparate settings. The contributions are from bat mitzvah girls<br />

of the past and present, their parents, communities, and religious leaders. Including<br />

evocative family photos—some recent, some from decades past—this rich compilation<br />

is an ideal gift for bat mitzvah celebrants, their families, and friends.<br />

Today<br />

I Am a<br />

Woman<br />

Bat Mitzvah<br />

around the World<br />

edited by<br />

Barbara Vinick & Shulamit Reinharz<br />

Barbara Vinick is affiliated with the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute at Brandeis <strong>University</strong>, where she<br />

has studied gendered rituals in Jewish communities worldwide.<br />

Shulamit Reinharz is the Jacob Potofsky Professor of Sociology at Brandeis <strong>University</strong>, where<br />

she is Director of the Hadassah-Brandeis Institute. Her publications include American Jewish Women<br />

and the Zionist Enterprise, Jewish Intermarriage around the World, and The JGirls’ Guide.<br />

“In Subotica [Serbia] in 1941, my sister Ruža had<br />

her bat mitzvah, along with 14 other girls. The bat<br />

mitzvah was celebrated on the day of the festival of<br />

Shavuot. All 15 girls wore white dresses and white<br />

gloves and each held one white rose. . . . After the<br />

benediction they each received a book of prayers to<br />

remember the day. . . . Then the war broke out. My<br />

sister took that book of prayers with her to forced<br />

labor and managed to bring it back home. I hope<br />

she has it still. She lives in Subotica and I live in<br />

Israel.” —Edita Deri<br />

“But 1938, a year that began with such promise and<br />

happiness, turned into a year of despair. I cannot<br />

think of my bat mitzvah [in Turin] without recalling<br />

every event of that fateful year. It was probably the<br />

most important year of my life for the development of<br />

my character, my personality, and my dreams. That<br />

is why I am telling this story.” —Giorgina Vitale<br />

Also of Interest<br />

Taking Hold of Torah<br />

Paper 978-0-253-21381-5 $17.95s<br />

The Colors of Jews<br />

Paper 978-0-253-21927-5 $24.95t<br />

November 2011<br />

Judaica, Religion<br />

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264 pages, 68 b&w illus., 6 x 9<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35693-2 $29.95t £19.99<br />

eBook 978-0-253-00517-5 $24.95 £16.99<br />

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AlvA<br />

vAnderbilt<br />

belmont<br />

Unlikely Champion of Women’s Rights<br />

S y lv i a D. H o f f e rt<br />

Alva Vanderbilt Belmont<br />

Unlikely Champion of Women’s Rights<br />

Sylvia D. Hoffert<br />

•<br />

the biography of a wealthy and strong-willed feminist<br />

A New York socialite and feminist, Alva Vanderbilt Belmont was known to be<br />

domineering, temperamental, and opinionated. Her resolve to get her own way<br />

regardless of the consequences stood her in good stead when she joined the<br />

American woman suffrage movement in 1909. Thereafter, she used her wealth, her<br />

administrative expertise, and her social celebrity to help convince Congress to pass<br />

the 19th Amendment and then to persuade the exhausted leaders of the National<br />

Woman’s Party to initiate a worldwide equal rights campaign. Sylvia D. Hoffert argues<br />

that Belmont was a feminist visionary and that her financial support was crucial to the<br />

success of the suffrage and equal rights movements. She also shows how Belmont’s<br />

activism, and the money she used to support it, enriches our understanding of the<br />

personal dynamics of the American woman’s rights movement. Her analysis of<br />

Belmont’s memoirs illustrates how Belmont went about the complex and collaborative<br />

process of creating her public self.<br />

“A major contribution to our understanding of<br />

the women’s rights movement in America and to<br />

feminist biography and historiography.” —Ruth<br />

Crocker, author of Mrs. Russell Sage: Women’s<br />

Activism and Philanthropy in Gilded Age and<br />

Progressive Era America (IUP, 2006)<br />

Sylvia D. Hoffert is Professor of Women’s History at Texas A&M <strong>University</strong> and author of<br />

A History of Gender in America and Jane Grey Swisshem: An Unconventional Life.<br />

December 2011<br />

Biography<br />

World<br />

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Mrs. Russell Sage<br />

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Starring Madame Modjeska<br />

On Tour in Poland and America<br />

Beth Holmgren<br />

The life and times of actress Helena Modjeska<br />

In 1876, Poland’s leading actress, Helena Modrzejewska, accompanied by family<br />

and friends, emigrated to southern California to establish a utopian commune that<br />

soon failed. Within a year Modrzejewska made her debut in the title role of Adrienne<br />

Lecouvreur at San Francisco’s California Theatre. She changed her name to Modjeska<br />

and quickly became a leading star on the American stage, where she reigned for the<br />

next 30 years. During this time, she established herself as America’s most esteemed<br />

Shakespearean actress, playing opposite such celebrated actors as Edwin Booth and<br />

Maurice Barrymore. Starring Madame Modjeska traces Modjeska’s fabulous life and<br />

career from her illegitimate birth in Krakow, to her successive reinventions of herself<br />

as a star in both Poland and America, and finally to her enduring legacy.<br />

starring<br />

Madame<br />

Modjeska<br />

On Tour in<br />

Poland and America<br />

(<br />

BeTh hOlmgren<br />

Beth Holmgren is the author of Women’s Works in Stalin’s Time (IUP, 1993), editor (with<br />

Helena Goscilo) of Poles Apart: Women in Modern Polish Culture and Russia Women Culture (IUP,<br />

1996), and translator and editor (with Helena Goscilo) of The Keys to Happiness by Anastasya<br />

Verbitskaya (IUP, 1999). She is Professor of Slavic and Eurasian Studies and Theatre Studies at<br />

Duke <strong>University</strong>.<br />

“Starring Madame Modjeska is a tour de force . . .<br />

Modjeska’s story is conveyed in clear, vivid, witty<br />

prose.” —Bożena Shallcross, author of Through the<br />

Poet’s Eye: The Travels of Zagajewski, Herbert,<br />

and Brodsky<br />

Sh A k eSpe A r e<br />

and the<br />

American<br />

Musical<br />

Irene G. Dash<br />

Also of Interest<br />

African american actresses<br />

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shakespeare and the american musical<br />

Paper 978-0-253-22152-0 $24.95t<br />

November 2011<br />

Biography, Performing Arts, Eastern Europe<br />

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Front cover ATColl.Essays:Maquetación 1 08/02/11 10:28 Página 1<br />

Antoni Tàpies<br />


Antoni Tàpies<br />

Collected Essays<br />

Volume II<br />

Complete Writings<br />

Antoni Tàpies<br />

Translated by Josep Miquel Sobrer<br />

Introduction by Serge Guilbaut<br />

•middle school physical education teacher•seventh and eighth grade language arts teacher•high school<br />

Conversa-tions<br />

with<br />

Grea-t Tea-chers<br />

teacher•instructor, fbi academy•Teaching in The coRRidoRS of PoweR•corporate consultant•political<br />

mentor•professor, executive education•political mentor professor, newly elected members of congress•<br />

•middle school physical education teacher•seventh and eighth grade language arts teacher•high school<br />

bill smoot<br />

Conversations<br />

with Great<br />

Teachers<br />

Bill Smoot<br />

Writings on art and politics by Catalonia’s<br />

leading contemporary artist<br />

Learning from the best, in and out of the<br />

classroom<br />

In this insightful collection, one of Spain’s most influential artists,<br />

Antoni Tàpies, reflects on art, life, and politics. A companion to A<br />

Personal Memoir (2010), this volume includes essays published<br />

in The Practice of Art, Art against Aesthetic, Reality as Art,<br />

For a Modern and Progressive Art, The Value of Art, Art and<br />

Its Places as well as previously uncollected texts. In these essays<br />

Tàpies reflects on the social role of art and the artist, discusses the<br />

influences on his art, and describes his political and artistic views.<br />

Antoni Tàpies is a leading Spanish artist known for his heavily textured<br />

canvases of great expressive and communicative possibilities. His art is<br />

found in numerous international museums and collections.<br />

Josep Miquel Sobrer is Professor Emeritus in the Department of<br />

Spanish and Portuguese at <strong>Indiana</strong> <strong>University</strong> Bloomington. He is translator<br />

of A Broken Mirror by Mercè Rodoreda.<br />

Serge Guilbault is Professor of Fine Arts at the <strong>University</strong> of British<br />

Columbia and author of How New York Stole the Idea of Modern Art.<br />

“Tàpies’s essays are of great importance in understanding his own work,<br />

but also in the broad philosophical questions he addresses. . . . His use of<br />

humble materials—clay, straw, simple objects—relates to [his] search for<br />

answers to universal questions.” —Kathleen McNerney, co-editor of Visions<br />

and Revisions: Women’s Narrative in Twentieth-Century Spain<br />

In the spirit of Studs Terkel’s Working, Bill Smoot interviews<br />

master teachers in fields ranging from K–12 and higher education<br />

to the arts, trades and professions, sports, and politics. What<br />

is it that passes between the best teachers and their students to<br />

make learning happen? What are the keys to teaching the joys<br />

of literature, shooting a basketball, alligator wrestling, or how to<br />

survive one’s first year in the U.S. Congress? Smoot’s insightful<br />

questions elicit thought-provoking reflections about teaching as a<br />

calling and its aims, frustrations, and satisfactions.<br />

Bill Smoot teaches English at the Castilleja School in Palo Alto, California,<br />

where he has received the Outstanding Teacher Award.<br />

“I have spent most of my adult life talking to great teachers. Every<br />

one of those interviews has been a delight. Read this fine book and you<br />

can get the same thrill.” —Jay Mathews, Washington Post education<br />

columnist and author of Work Hard. Be Nice: How Two Inspired<br />

Teachers Created the Most Promising Schools in America<br />

August 2011<br />

Art<br />

World<br />

600 pages, 6 b&w illus., 6 1 / 8 x 9 1 / 4<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35503-4 $39.95t £26.99<br />

Published in association with the Fondació Antoni Tàpies, Barcelona<br />

now available<br />

Education<br />

World<br />

272 pages, 6 x 9<br />

Paper 978-0-253-22361-6 $19.95t £12.99<br />

now in paperback<br />

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A Home of Her Own<br />

Nancy R. Hiller<br />

Photographs by Kendall Reeves<br />

Foreword by Patricia Poore<br />

A Home of<br />

Her own<br />

stories of women whose homes reflect their strong<br />

bond to Place<br />

For some, home is simply a place to eat, sleep, and store possessions. For others, home<br />

offers intimate and rewarding opportunities for self-expression, becoming a reflection<br />

of taste, values, and even identity. The activities of constructing and maintaining a<br />

home can provide a sense of existential purpose, of belonging to a particular place<br />

along with others who have cared for that place before.<br />

Illustrated with more than 100 color photographs, A Home of Her Own showcases a<br />

wide variety of homes and tells the stories of their making.<br />

Nancy R. Hiller is a cabinetmaker and owner and principal designer at NR Hiller Design, Inc.<br />

She is author of The Hoosier Cabinet in Kitchen History (IUP, 2009) and has published in numerous<br />

period design and woodworking magazines, including American Bungalow, Old House Interiors, and<br />

Fine Woodworking.<br />

Nancy R. Hiller<br />

p h o t o g r a p h s b y<br />

Kendall Reeves<br />

f o r e w o r d b y p a t r i c i a p o o r e<br />

“I found this book enchanting from the beginning.”<br />

—Kathryn Lofton, author of Oprah:The Gospel of Icon<br />

Kendall Reeves is a professional photographer and owner of Spectrum Studio, Inc., in<br />

Bloomington, <strong>Indiana</strong>. His previous books include Bloomington: A Contemporary Portrait and Terre<br />

Haute: Crossroads of America.<br />

Patricia Poore is a magazine editor and former publisher. She was owner and editor of<br />

Old-House Journal for twenty years and also founded GARBAGE, Old-House Interiors, Arts & Crafts<br />

Homes, and Early Homes magazines.<br />

Also of Interest<br />

The Hoosier Cabinet in Kitchen History<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-31424-6 $34.95t<br />

Stillness and Light<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35362-7 $39.95t<br />

November 2011<br />

Home Design<br />

World, Photography<br />

248 pages, 100 color photos, 8 1 / 2 x 11<br />

Paper 978-0-253-22353-1 $29.95t £19.99<br />

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the glimpse traveler<br />

The Glimpse Traveler<br />

Marianne Boruch<br />

A cross-country road trip in the tradition of<br />

Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance<br />

When she joins a pair of hitchhikers on a trip to California, a young Midwestern woman<br />

embarks on a journey about memory and knowledge, beauty and realization. This true<br />

story, set in 1971, recounts a fateful, nine-day trip into the American counterculture<br />

that begins on a whim and quickly becomes a mission to unravel a tragic mystery. The<br />

narrator’s path leads her to Berkeley, San Francisco, Mill Valley, Big Sur, and finally to<br />

an abandoned resort motel, now become a down-on-its-luck commune in the desert<br />

of southern Colorado. Neither a memoir about private misery, nor a shocking exposé<br />

of life in a turbulent era, The Glimpse Traveler describes with wry humor and deep<br />

feeling what it was like to witness a peculiar and impossibly rich time.<br />

Marianne Boruch<br />

“I have not seen another nonfiction book that offers<br />

such a perceptive, engaging, intimate chronicle of<br />

the early 1970s, the road-weary hippie hitchhikers,<br />

the anti-war sentiment, the dope-induced haze.<br />

Boruch. . .captures this very specific, significant<br />

time and place with exquisite clarity and lyric detail<br />

and description.” —Dinty Moore, author of Between<br />

Panic and Desire<br />

“Marianne takes off into the unknown with $10,<br />

carrying her begging bowl and having the artist’s<br />

faith that it will be filled with story. She never<br />

questions it. She’s curious, and she follows that<br />

curiosity. The universe doesn’t disappoint.” —Susan<br />

Neville, author of Sailing the Inland Sea (IUP, 2007)<br />

Marianne Boruch, a poet, is Professor of English at Purdue <strong>University</strong>. She has published<br />

several poetry collections and two books of essays, and has written for the New Yorker, the Nation,<br />

and the Yale Review. She has won two Pushcart Prizes, the Parnassus Terrence DePres Award,<br />

and fellowships from the National Endowment for the Arts and the Guggenheim Foundation.<br />

Michael Martone and Susan Neville, editors<br />

Travels with Mae<br />

Scenes from a New Orleans Girlhood<br />

Eileen M. Julien<br />

September 2011<br />

Memoir<br />

World<br />

208 pages, 5 x 7<br />

Paper 978-0-253-22344-9 $.19.95t £.12.99<br />

eBook 978-0-253-00555-7 $16.95 £11.99<br />

Also of Interest<br />

Travels with Mae<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35316-0 $19.95t<br />

At Berkeley in the Sixties<br />

Paper 978-0-253-21622-9 $21.95t<br />

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The Swan<br />

A Novel<br />

Jim Cohee<br />

the swan<br />

A young boy’s flights of fantasy triumph over family tragedy<br />

Ten-year-old Aaron Cooper has witnessed the death of his younger sister, Pookie,<br />

and the trauma has left him unwilling to speak. Aaron copes with life’s challenges<br />

by disappearing into his own imagination, envisioning being captain of the Kon-Tiki,<br />

driving his sled in the snowy Klondike, and tiger hunting in India. He is guarded by<br />

secret friends like deposed Hungarian Count Blurtz Shemshoian and Blurtz’s wonder<br />

dog, Nipper, who protect him from the creature from the Black Lagoon–who hides in<br />

Aaron’s closet at night. The tales he constructs for himself, the real-life stories he is<br />

witness to, and his mother’s desperate efforts to bring her son back from the brink, all<br />

come to a head at an emotional family dinner. Set in <strong>Indiana</strong>polis in 1957, The Swan<br />

is a fictional memoir about enduring love and the weighty nature of mortality.<br />

a novel<br />

Jim Cohee<br />

Jim Cohee is a freelance writer, based in San Francisco, who has written for Lonely Planet.<br />

The Swan is his first novel.<br />

Michael Martone and Susan Neville, editors<br />

“It’s all there: eloquence, comedy, a childhood<br />

effectively captured, seriousness, an eccentric<br />

intelligence. The Swan delights.” —William O’Rourke,<br />

author of On Having a Heart Attack: A Medical<br />

Memoir.<br />

“Lively, entertaining, funny, and often moving.”<br />

—Scott Russell Sanders, author of A Conservationist<br />

Manifesto (IUP, 2010)<br />

Also of Interest<br />

Iconography<br />

Paper 978-0-253-21614-4 $15.95t<br />

Not Normal, Illinois<br />

Paper 978-0-253-21022-7 $22.95t<br />

August 2011<br />

Fiction<br />

World<br />

128 pages, 5 x 7<br />

Paper 978-0-253-22343-2 $14.95t £10.99<br />

eBook 978-0-253-00539-7 $11.95 £9.99<br />

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Wet Britches<br />

& Muddy Boots<br />

A History of Travel in Victorian America<br />

Wet Britches<br />

and Muddy<br />

Boots<br />

A History of Travel<br />

in Victorian America<br />

Landmarks on<br />

the Iron Road<br />

Two Centuries of North<br />

American Railroad<br />

Engineering<br />

John H. White, Jr.<br />

William D. Middleton<br />

John H. White, Jr.<br />

The real-life adventure of 19th-century<br />

travel<br />

A lavishly illustrated engineering<br />

history of American railroads<br />

What was travel like in the 1880s? Was it easy to get from place<br />

to place? Were the rides comfortable? How long did journeys<br />

take? Wet Britches and Muddy Boots describes all forms of public<br />

transport from canal boats to oceangoing vessels, passenger trains<br />

to the overland stage. John H. White, Jr., discusses not only the<br />

means of travel but also the people who made the system run–<br />

riverboat pilots, locomotive engineers, stewards, stagecoach<br />

drivers, seamen. He provides a fascinating glimpse into a time<br />

when travel within the United States was a true adventure.<br />

John H. White, Jr., is author of 13 books, including The American Railroad<br />

Passenger Car, a nominee for the National Book Award. White was<br />

Curator for the Smithsonian Institution’s Museum of American History<br />

from 1958 to 1990.<br />

“This book provides a holistic (i.e., by mode of transport) perspective<br />

of the realities of the human experience of travel as the technology and<br />

operational supply of transport service evolved during the Victorian<br />

era and the years immediately preceding and following. I know of<br />

no other extant publication that provides this perspective.” —John<br />

Spychalski, Professor Emeritus, The Pennsylvania State <strong>University</strong><br />

Railroads Past and Present<br />

George M. Smerk, editor<br />

December 2011<br />

Railroads & Transportation<br />

World<br />

416 pages, 280 b/w illus., 7 x 10<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35696-3 $49.95t £34.00<br />

eBook 978-0-253-00558-8 $41.95 £28.99<br />

American civil engineers were unsurpassed in their ability to build<br />

railroads over great distances and across high mountain passes,<br />

to erect great bridges, or to bore tunnels of prodigious length.<br />

This is a remarkable story of the application of engineering to<br />

the building of a transportation system that civilized and settled<br />

America, and then supported an industrial revolution and created<br />

a world power.<br />

William D. Middleton is the author of more than 20 books and<br />

many hundreds of articles on rail transportation, engineering, and travel<br />

topics. He is editor (with George M. Smerk and Roberta L. Diehl) of<br />

Encyclopedia of North American Railroads (IUP, 2007) and co-author of<br />

Frank Julian Sprague: Electrical Inventor and Engineer (IUP, 2009).<br />

“It’s [Middleton’s] ability to clearly explain the intricacies of civil<br />

engineering to a general-interest audience that really makes<br />

Landmarks on the Iron Road soar. . . . a must-read for anyone<br />

touched by the greatness of railroading.” —Trains<br />

Railroads Past and Present<br />

George M. Smerk, editor<br />

September 2011<br />

Railroads & Transportation<br />

World<br />

208 pages, 240 b&w photos, 8 3 / 8 x 11<br />

Paper 978-0-253-22360-9 $34.95t £22.99<br />

now in paperback<br />

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Amer icA’s New r egioNAl r AilroAd<br />

the<br />

<strong>Indiana</strong><br />

Rail Road Company<br />

R evised and expanded edition<br />

Chr istopher rund Fr ed W. Fr ailey er iC poW ell<br />

The <strong>Indiana</strong><br />

Rail Road<br />

Company<br />

America’s New<br />

Regional Railroad<br />

Revised and Expanded Edition<br />

Christopher Rund,<br />

Fred W. Frailey,<br />

and Eric Powell<br />

Jerry Taylor & ray PoTeaT<br />

The<br />

CSX ClinChfield rouTe<br />

in the 21st Century<br />

The CSX<br />

Clinchfield<br />

Route in the<br />

21st Century<br />

Jerry Taylor<br />

and Ray Poteat<br />

The fascinating tale of <strong>Indiana</strong>’s thriving<br />

regional railroad<br />

The <strong>Indiana</strong> Rail Road Company is a story of extraordinary success<br />

among the scores of independent short line and regional railroads<br />

spawned in the wake of railroad deregulation. Christopher Rund<br />

chronicles the development of the company from its origins as part<br />

of America’s first land grant railroad, the Illinois Central, through<br />

the political and financial juggling required by entrepreneur Tom<br />

Hoback to purchase the line when it fell into disrepair. Reborn<br />

as a robust, profitable carrier, the INRD has become a model for<br />

the new American regional railroad. This revised edition, with a<br />

new foreword by acclaimed author Fred W. Frailey and four new<br />

chapters, brings readers up to date on Tom Hoback’s amazing<br />

railroad adventure.<br />

Christopher Rund is a senior marketing communications writer and<br />

Director of Public Relations and Communications for the <strong>Indiana</strong> Rail Road<br />

Company.<br />

Fred W. Frailey is author of Southern Pacific’s Blue Streak Merchandise;<br />

Rolling Thunder; Zephyrs, Chiefs & Other Orphans; and Twilight of the Great<br />

Trains (IUP, 2010).<br />

Eric Powell is a railroad historian and photographer whose work has<br />

appeared in Trains and Railfan and Railroad.<br />

Railroads Past and Present<br />

George M. Smerk, editor<br />

October 2011<br />

Railroads & Transportation<br />

World<br />

264 pages, 25 color illus., 256 b&w illus., 7 maps, 8 1 / 2 x 10<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35695-6 $39.95t £29.99<br />

new edition<br />

The genesis and challenging construction<br />

of the Clinchfield Route<br />

Jerry Taylor and Ray Poteat take readers on a mile-by-mile trip<br />

through the tunnels and over the bridges of the historic CSX<br />

Clinchfield. Completed in 1915, the Clinchfield Railroad follows<br />

a scenic route through rugged mountain country in the eastern<br />

United States. Facing the challenge of this difficult terrain,<br />

engineers and more than 3,000 laborers built the railroad using<br />

construction standards unheard of at the time. The results were<br />

so durable and forward looking that for nearly a century there<br />

has been no need to enlarge its tunnels or strengthen its bridges.<br />

Though the Clinchfield is not well known outside its territory,<br />

its history and challenging construction have been continuing<br />

sources of fascination for rail fans.<br />

Jerry Taylor, author of Conrail Commodities and A Sampling of Penn<br />

Central: Southern Region on Display (IUP, 2000), is a former operating official<br />

of several railroads.<br />

Ray Poteat is a retired railroader. During his career, which spanned 43<br />

years, he worked in every station and depot on the Clinchfield Railroad.<br />

Railroads Past and Present<br />

George M. Smerk, editor<br />

October 2011<br />

Railroads & Transportation<br />

World<br />

184 pages, 185 color photos, 6 maps, 8 1 / 2 x 11<br />

Paper 978-0-253-22358-6 $27.95t £18.99<br />

now in paperback<br />

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Ga i n i n G G ro u n d<br />

T h e O r i g i n a n d e v O l u T i O n O f T e T r a p O d s<br />

Gaining<br />

Ground<br />

The Origin and<br />

Evolution of Tetrapods<br />

Second Edition<br />

R a d i a t i o n H i s t o l o g y B i o l o g y<br />

F o r e r u n n e r s<br />

o F<br />

M a M M a l s<br />

Forerunners<br />

of Mammals<br />

Radiation • Histology •<br />

Biology<br />

Jennifer A. Clack<br />

E d i t E d b y a n u s u ya C H i n s a m y- t u R a n<br />

Edited by<br />

Anusuya Chinsamy-Turan<br />

s e c O n d e d i T i O n<br />

J e n n i f e r a . c l a c k<br />

Vertebrate life’s emergence from the sea<br />

Around 370 million years ago, a distant relative of a modern lungfish<br />

began a most extraordinary adventure—emerging from the water<br />

and laying claim to the land. This new edition of Jennifer A.Clack’s<br />

groundbreaking book tells the complex story of their emergence<br />

and evolution. Beginning with their closest relatives, the lobefin<br />

fishes such as lungfishes and coelacanths, Clack defines what<br />

a tetrapod is, describes their anatomy, and explains how they are<br />

related to other vertebrates. She looks at the Devonian environment<br />

in which they evolved, describes the known and newly discovered<br />

species, and explores the order and timing of anatomical changes<br />

that occurred during the fish-to-tetrapod transition.<br />

Jennifer A. Clack is Professor and Curator of Vertebrate Palaeontology<br />

at the <strong>University</strong> Museum of Zoology, Cambridge. She was awarded<br />

the 2008 Daniel Giraud Elliot medal by the U.S. National Academy of Sciences<br />

and in 2009 was elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society and a Foreign<br />

Honorary Member by the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.<br />

“A landmark review of some of the most important discoveries in vertebrate<br />

biology and evolution during the close of the past century.”<br />

—PALAIOS<br />

Life of the Past<br />

James O. Farlow, editor<br />

November 2011<br />

Science, Paleontology<br />

World<br />

496 pages, 18 color illus., 238 b&w illus., 7 x 10<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35675-8 $59.95t £40.00<br />

eBook 978-0-253-00537-3 $50.95 £35.00<br />

new edition<br />

The evolution and paleobiology of the<br />

synapsids<br />

More than 300 million years ago, during the period known as the<br />

Carboniferous, there emerged a group of four-legged animals<br />

known as synapsids. Their descendents, the therapsids, would<br />

eventually give rise to mammals. Beginning with an introduction<br />

to the synapsids, their descendants, and the ancient world in which<br />

they lived, this remarkable book surveys their radiation, histology,<br />

and biology. It documents types of bone microstructure and their<br />

biological implications, provides insights into their biology and<br />

the evolution of endothermy in the group, and highlights areas for<br />

future research. A detailed guide to the synapsids, the book discusses<br />

the interrelationships within the group and their radiation from the<br />

earliest pelycosaurs to the diverse non-mammalian therapsids and<br />

later to the increasingly more mammal-like cynodonts. A chapter on<br />

the Karoo Basin of South Africa documents an unparalleled record<br />

of therapsid evolution and radiation and offers a unique perspective<br />

on therapsid biodiversity and paleoenvironmental analysis.<br />

Anusuya Chinsamy-Turan is author of The Microstructure of Dinosaur<br />

Bone: Deciphering Biology through Fine Scale Analysis and Famous Dinosaurs<br />

of Africa.<br />

Life of the Past<br />

James O. Farlow, editor<br />

November 2011<br />

Science, Paleontology<br />

World<br />

360 pages, 27 color illus., 76 b&w illus., 7 x 10<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35697-0 $60.00s £40.00<br />

eBook 978-0-253-00533-5 $22.95 £15.99<br />

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Speak to the Earth<br />

Pages from a Farmwife’s Journal<br />

Rachel Peden<br />

Foreword by Scott Russell Sanders<br />

Speak to the Earth<br />

Pages from a farmwife’s Journal<br />

A book of rural virtues and a naturalist’s philosophy<br />

A farmwife for 45 years, Rachel Peden believed that the family farm’s best crop is a<br />

“harvest of the spirit.” In Speak to the Earth, she looks at life—domestic and wild,<br />

human and critter—through the eyes of someone who witnesses nine seasons of the<br />

year rather than the typical four. Peden views the farm as “a place of opportunity<br />

simultaneous with obligation, an immaculate fitting-together of plant and animal<br />

life.” Each year yields an abundance of small, priceless observations. Through her<br />

writings, Peden encourages readers to appreciate both the simple pleasures in life as<br />

well as the more profound qualities embodied in family and neighbors, mallards and<br />

ladybugs, possums and pigs, and the irresistible characteristics of old houses, local<br />

history, and changing times.<br />

Rachel Peden (1901–1975) was a newspaper columnist who lived in <strong>Indiana</strong>. Her books<br />

Rural Free: A Farmwife’s Almanac of Country Living and The Land, the People were reprinted by<br />

<strong>Indiana</strong> <strong>University</strong> <strong>Press</strong> in 2009 and 2010.<br />


foreword by SCOTT RUSSELL SANDERS<br />

“Since Peden made her last reports from Monroe<br />

County, the rate of damage to earth’s natural<br />

systems has accelerated. Whether or not cosmic<br />

guidance is available to rescue us from our ruinous<br />

behavior, her three books offer wise counsel about<br />

living in a more respectful, durable, and joyous<br />

manner on this glorious planet.” —From the<br />

Foreword by Scott Russell Sanders, author of A<br />

Conservationist Manifesto, (IUP 2009)<br />

R A C H E L P E D E N<br />

THE LAND,<br />


Also of Interest<br />

Rural Free<br />

Paper 978-0-253-22161-2 $19.95t<br />

The Land, the People<br />

Paper 978-0-253-22229-9 $19.95t<br />

August 2011<br />

Memoir, Outdoors & Nature<br />

World<br />

256 pages, 12 b&w illus., 6 x 8<br />

Paper 978-0-253-22342-5 $19.95t £14.99<br />

back in print<br />

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Ligonier<br />

A Photographic Essay<br />

Jeff Moerchen<br />

Photo record of a Spanish-speaking<br />

community in a rural <strong>Indiana</strong> town<br />

Ligonier<br />

JEff MoErchEn<br />

A PhotogrAPhic EssAy<br />

“The mixture of complexity and simplicity, light and darkness, all provoke<br />

a series of questions which are more important than the affirmation of<br />

any answers—and allow the viewer to momentarily live in a world that<br />

is profoundly in the heart of the nation both geographically, socially,<br />

politically, and humanly. All in all, a very successful and important body<br />

of work meriting publication and the chance to live for others for now<br />

and for time.” —Peter Turnley, author (with David Turnley) of McClellan<br />

Street (IUP, 2007)<br />

With clarity and attention to detail, Jeff Moerchen has captured—<br />

in more than 80 black-and-white photographs—the life of the<br />

Hispanic community of Ligonier, a small town in northern <strong>Indiana</strong>.<br />

Here men and women have worked to make a comfortable home<br />

for themselves, trying to realize their dream of living in America,<br />

while avoiding some of the perils they might have experienced in<br />

borderlands. More than a photographic study of an immigrant<br />

population, Moerchen’s evocative pictures reveal a small town as<br />

it struggles to survive.<br />

Jeff Moerchen is a documentary photograper, splitting his time<br />

between <strong>Indiana</strong> and New York City.<br />

November 2011<br />

Photography, <strong>Indiana</strong><br />

World<br />

172 pages, 85 b&w illus., 11 x 8 1 / 2<br />

Paper 978-0-253-22363-0 $29.95t £21.99<br />

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Also of Interest<br />

Driving to Stony Lonesome<br />

Paper 978-0-253-21866-7 $27.95t<br />

McClellan Street<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-34967-5 $29.95t

indiana university press<br />

New Harmony Then and Now<br />

Text by Donald E. Pitzer<br />

Photographs by Darryl D. Jones<br />

Foreword by Jane Blaffer Owen and Connie Weinzapfel<br />

A bucolic <strong>Indiana</strong> community striving to<br />

maintain the Utopian ideals of its founders<br />

New Harmony Then and Now is a photographic and historic<br />

celebration of two of America’s great Utopian communities located<br />

in New Harmony, <strong>Indiana</strong>. The Harmonists, started by Reverend<br />

George Rapp, labored to provide physical, intellectual, and spiritual<br />

wealth for its members. Ten years later, the Owenites, founded by<br />

Robert Owen and his partner William Maclure, settled there, intent on<br />

improving humanity through innovations in social theory, educational<br />

systems, and discoveries in natural science. Though Owen’s communal<br />

experiment would not endure, a new social frontier prospered. Today,<br />

New Harmony remains a haven of promise, a village that honors its<br />

progressive heart. Intellectuals as well as artisans are drawn to this<br />

place of science and spirit.<br />

New Harmony Then & Now<br />

Text Donald E.Pitzer Photogr aphs Darryl D. Jones For ewor d Jane Blaffer Owen & Connie Weinzapfel<br />

Donald E. Pitzer is Professor Emeritus of History and Director Emeritus<br />

of the Center for Communal Studies at the <strong>University</strong> of Southern <strong>Indiana</strong> in<br />

Evansville.<br />

Darryl D. Jones is a photographer whose work has been exhibited in New<br />

York, Boston, and throughout the Midwest. He is author of Amish Life: Living<br />

Plainly and Serving God (IUP, 2005) and (with Norbert Krapf) Invisible Presence<br />

(IUP, 2006).<br />

Also of Interest<br />

Amish Life<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-34594-3 $29.95t<br />

Stillness and Light<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35362-7 $39.95t<br />

October 2011<br />

Photography, <strong>Indiana</strong><br />

World<br />

144 pages, 48 halftones, 120 color illus., 11 x 8 1 / 2<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35645-1 $39.95t £29.99<br />

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Habitats and Ecological<br />

Communities of <strong>Indiana</strong><br />

Pre-settlement to Present<br />

Edited by John O. Whitaker, Jr., and Charles J. Amlaner<br />

Habitats and Ecological<br />

Communities of <strong>Indiana</strong><br />

Pre-settlement to Present<br />

Edited by John O. Whitaker, Jr., and Charles J. Amlaner, Jr.<br />

Marion T. Jackson, George R. Parker, and Peter E. Scott, Associate Editors<br />

A conservationist history of the Hoosier state<br />

In Habitats and Ecological Communities of <strong>Indiana</strong>, leading experts assess the<br />

health and diversity of <strong>Indiana</strong>’s eight wildlife habitats, providing detailed analysis,<br />

data-generated maps, color photographs, and complete lists of flora and fauna. This<br />

groundbreaking reference details the state’s forests, grasslands, wetlands, aquatic<br />

systems, barren lands, and subterranean systems, and describes the nature and<br />

impact of two man-made habitats—agricultural and developed lands. The book<br />

considers extirpated and endangered species alongside invasives and exotics, and<br />

evaluates floral and faunal distribution at century intervals to chart ecological change.<br />

John O. Whitaker, Jr. is Professor of Biology at <strong>Indiana</strong> State <strong>University</strong> and author of<br />

Mammals of <strong>Indiana</strong> (2nd edition with Russell E. Mumford, IUP, 2009); Mammals of <strong>Indiana</strong>: A Field<br />

Guide (IUP, 2010); Keys to the Vertebrates of the Eastern United States; and The Audubon Guide to<br />

Mammals of North America.<br />

Charles J. Amlaner, Jr. is Professor of Physiology and Theodore Dreiser Distinguished<br />

Research Professor at <strong>Indiana</strong> State <strong>University</strong>. He is also a certified senior ecologist with the<br />

Ecological Society of America.<br />

Published with the generous support of the Laura Hare Charitable Trust<br />

<strong>Indiana</strong> Natural Science<br />

Gillian Harris, editor<br />

January 2012<br />

Science, <strong>Indiana</strong><br />

World<br />

448 pages, 116 color illus., 10 b&w illus., 32 maps, 7 3 / 4 x 11<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35602-4 $29.95s £21.99<br />

eBook 978-0-253-00520-5 $24.95 £24.95<br />

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An Unreal Estate<br />

SuStainability & Freedom<br />

in an evolving<br />

community<br />

An Unreal<br />

Estate<br />

Sustainability<br />

and Freedom in an<br />

Evolving Community<br />

Lucinda Carspecken<br />

<strong>Indiana</strong><br />

Railroad Lines<br />

Graydon M. Meints<br />

Lucinda carspecken<br />

<strong>Indiana</strong><br />

RailRoad lines<br />

G r ay d o n M . M e i n t s<br />

Utopian imagination and community<br />

experiments as forces for change<br />

A complete reference for all railfans<br />

Lucinda Carspecken takes an in-depth look at Lothlorien, a<br />

Southern <strong>Indiana</strong> nature sanctuary, sustainable camping ground,<br />

festival site, collective residence, and experiment in ecological<br />

building, stewardship, and organization. As a unique enclave<br />

within a larger society, it offers to the latter both an implicit critique<br />

and a cluster of alternative values and lifestyles. In addition, it has<br />

created a niche where some participants change, grow, and find<br />

empowerment in an environment that is accepting of difference—<br />

particularly in areas of religion and sexual orientation.<br />

Lucinda Carspecken is Adjunct Professor in Qualitative Research<br />

Methods and Anthropology at <strong>Indiana</strong> <strong>University</strong> Bloomington.<br />

“A significant contribution to the study of intentional communities.”<br />

—Sarah M. Pike, author of New Age and Neopagan Religions in<br />

America<br />

“This is the only study to date of a specifically neo-pagan community<br />

and therefore is a pioneering work.” —Sabina Magliocco, author of<br />

Neo-Pagan Art and Altars<br />

Railroads have played a major role in transportation, logistics,<br />

and development in the state of <strong>Indiana</strong>. A perfect resource for<br />

railroad enthusiasts or students of <strong>Indiana</strong> history, <strong>Indiana</strong><br />

Railroad Lines provides a comprehensive and detailed account of<br />

the railroad companies that operated in the state between 1838<br />

and 1999 and the counties and towns they served. This volume<br />

provides the dates of the contraction, purchase, sale, lease and<br />

abandonment of the various railroad lines and is complete with<br />

charts and maps that provide information on the development<br />

and decline of railroads in the state.<br />

Graydon M. Meints is a former station agent, towerman, and telegraph<br />

operator on the New York Central Railroad. He is author of three<br />

other books about the history of railroads in the Midwest.<br />

“This is a very useful addition to the research tools for railroad<br />

authors and aficionados with an interest in <strong>Indiana</strong> railroads.”<br />

—Francis Parker, author (with Richard S. Simmons) of Railroads of<br />

<strong>Indiana</strong> (IUP, 1997)<br />

Railroads Past and Present<br />

George M. Smerk, editor<br />

November 2011<br />

Anthropology, New Age<br />

World<br />

272 pages, 25 illus., 6 x 9<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35681-9 $70.00L £52.00<br />

Paper 978-0-253-22349-4 $24.95s £16.99<br />

eBook 978-0-253-00523-6 $20.95 £14.99<br />

August 2011<br />

Railroads & Transportation<br />

World<br />

434 pages, 6 x 9<br />

Paper 978-0-253-22359-3 $35.00s £25.99<br />

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Wa-lden X 40<br />

E s s ay s o n T h o r E a u<br />

Walden x 40<br />

Essays on Thoreau<br />

Robert B. Ray<br />

literary<br />

learning<br />

teaching the english major<br />

Literary<br />

Learning<br />

Teaching<br />

the English Major<br />

Sherry Lee Linkon<br />

R o b e R t b . R a- y<br />

Sherry Lee Linkon<br />

A fresh approach to an American classic<br />

Making literary thinking visible<br />

In 1845, Henry David Thoreau moved from his parents’ house in<br />

Concord, Massachusetts, to a one-room cabin on land owned by his<br />

mentor, Ralph Waldo Emerson. After 26 months he transformed his<br />

stay in the woods into one of the most famous events in American<br />

history. In Walden x 40, adopting Thoreau’s own compositional<br />

method, Robert B. Ray takes up several questions posed in Walden.<br />

Thoreau developed his books from his lectures, and his lectures from<br />

his almost-daily journal notations of the world around him, with its<br />

fluctuating weather and appointed seasons, both forever familiar and<br />

suddenly brand new. Ray derives his 40 brief essays from the details<br />

of Walden itself, reading the book in the way that Thoreau proposed<br />

to explore his own life—deliberately. Ray demonstrates that however<br />

accustomed we have grown to its lessons, Walden continues to be as<br />

surprising as the November snowfall that, Thoreau reports, “covered<br />

the ground . . . and surrounded me suddenly with the scenery of<br />

winter.”<br />

Robert B. Ray is Professor of English at the <strong>University</strong> of Florida. He<br />

is author of A Certain Tendency of the Hollywood Cinema, 1930–1980; The<br />

Avant-Garde Finds Andy Hardy; How a Film Theory Got Lost (IUP, 2001); and<br />

The ABCs of Classic Hollywood.<br />

November 2011<br />

Literary Criticism & Theory<br />

World<br />

216 pages, 5 1 / 2 x 8 1 / 2<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35686-4 $55.00L £41.00<br />

Paper 978-0-253-22354-8 $19.95s £12.99<br />

eBook 978-0-253-00551-9 $16.95 £11.99<br />

Literary Learning explores the nature of literary knowledge and<br />

offers guidance for effective teaching of literature at the college<br />

level. What do English majors need to learn? How can we help<br />

them develop the skills and knowledge they need? By identifying<br />

the habits of mind that literary scholars use in their own research<br />

and writing, Sherry Lee Linkon articulates the strategic knowledge<br />

that lies at the heart of the discipline, offering important insights<br />

and models for beginning and experienced teachers.<br />

Sherry Lee Linkon is Professor of English and American Studies and<br />

Co-director of the Center for Working-Class Studies at Youngstown State<br />

<strong>University</strong>. Her books include Teaching Working Class; Steeltown USA: Work<br />

and Memory in Youngstown (with John Russo); and New Working-Class<br />

Studies (edited with John Russo).<br />

“Provides a model for thoughtful, reflexive, and well-designed<br />

teaching in any field, at any level, and at any institution.”<br />

—Mariolina Salvatori, <strong>University</strong> of Pittsburgh<br />

Scholarship of Teaching and Learning<br />

Jennifer Meta Robinson, Whitney M. Schlegel,<br />

Mary Taylor Huber, and Pat Hutchings, editors<br />

October 2011<br />

Education<br />

World<br />

184 pages, 6 x 9<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35699-4 $70.00L £52.00<br />

Paper 978-0-253-22356-2 $24.95s £16.99<br />

eBook 978-0-253-00559-5 $20.95 £14.99<br />

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The<br />

Depression<br />

Comes to the<br />

South Side<br />

Protest and Politics in the Black MetroPolis, 1930–1933<br />

Christopher Robert Reed<br />

The Depression<br />

Comes to the<br />

South Side<br />

Protest and Politics in<br />

the Black Metropolis,<br />

1930–1933<br />

Christopher Robert Reed<br />

Racial<br />

impeRatives<br />

Discipline, performativity,<br />

anD struggles against<br />

subjection<br />

Nadine ehlers<br />

Racial<br />

Imperatives<br />

Discipline, Performativity,<br />

and Struggles against<br />

Subjection<br />

Nadine Ehlers<br />

Economic downturn and local politics on<br />

Chicago’s South Side<br />

In the 1920s, the South Side was looked on as the new Black<br />

Metropolis, but by the turn of the decade that vision was already<br />

in decline—a victim of the Depression. In this timely book,<br />

Christopher Robert Reed explores early Depression-era politics<br />

on Chicago’s South Side. The economic crisis caused diverse<br />

responses from groups in the black community. Some found<br />

expression in mass street demonstrations, militant advocacy of<br />

expanded civil rights, or a complete overhaul of the capitalist<br />

economic system. Reed examines the complex interactions among<br />

these various groups as they played out within the community and<br />

sought to find common ground to address the economic stresses<br />

that threatened to tear the Black Metropolis apart.<br />

Christopher Robert Reed is Professor Emeritus of History at<br />

Roosevelt <strong>University</strong> in Chicago and author of The Emergence of the Black<br />

Metropolis, 1910–1933; Black Chicago’s First Century, 1833–1900; All the<br />

World Is Here: The Black Presence at White City (IUP, 2000); and The Chicago<br />

NAACP and the Rise of Black Professional Leadership (IUP, 1997).<br />

Blacks in the Diaspora<br />

Darlene Clark Hine, John McCluskey, Jr.,<br />

and David Barry Gaspar, founding editors<br />

Tracy Sharpley-Whiting, Herman L. Bennett, Kim D. Butler,<br />

Judith A. Byfield, and Leslie A. Schwalm, editors<br />

October 2011<br />

U.S. History, African American, Political Science<br />

World<br />

218 pages, 8 b&w illus., 6 x 9<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35652-9 $29.95s £19.99<br />

eBook 978-0-253-00552-6 $24.95 £16.99<br />

Formations of blackness and whiteness in<br />

U.S. culture<br />

Nadine Ehlers examines the constructions of blackness and<br />

whiteness cultivated in the U.S. imaginary and asks, how<br />

do individuals become racial subjects? She analyses antimiscegenation<br />

law, statutory definitions of race, and the rhetoric<br />

surrounding the phenomenon of racial passing to provide critical<br />

accounts of racial categorization and norms, the policing of<br />

racial behavior, and the regulation of racial bodies as they are<br />

underpinned by demarcations of sexuality, gender, and class.<br />

Ehlers places the work of Michel Foucault, Judith Butler’s account<br />

of performativity, and theories of race into conversation to show<br />

how race is a form of discipline, that race is performative, and that<br />

all racial identity can be seen as performative racial passing. She<br />

tests these claims through an excavation of the 1925 “racial fraud”<br />

case of Rhinelander v. Rhinelander and concludes by considering<br />

the possibilities for racial agency, extending Foucault’s later work<br />

on ethics and “technologies of the self” to explore the potential for<br />

racial transformation.<br />

Nadine Ehlers is Assistant Professor of Women’s and Gender Studies<br />

at Georgetown <strong>University</strong>.<br />

November 2011<br />

Contemporary Issues, African American<br />

World<br />

236 pages, 6 x 9<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35656-7 $70.00L £52.00<br />

Paper 978-0-253-22336-4 $25.00s £16.99<br />

eBook 978-0-253-00536-6 $21.95 £14.99<br />

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Tel-Aviv,<br />

T h e F i r s T C e n T u r y<br />

Visions, Designs, ActuAlities<br />

Visions, Designs, Actualities<br />

Tel-Aviv, the<br />

First Century<br />

Visions, Designs,<br />

Actualities<br />

Edited by Maoz Azaryahu<br />

and S. Ilan Troen<br />

Modern<br />

Ladino<br />

Culture<br />

<strong>Press</strong>, Belles Lettres,<br />

and Theater in the<br />

Late Ottoman Empire<br />

Modern Ladino<br />

Culture<br />

<strong>Press</strong>, Belles Lettres,<br />

and Theater in the Late<br />

Ottoman Empire<br />

Olga Borovaya<br />

edited by Maoz azaryahu and S. ilan troen<br />

Olga Borovaya<br />

Contemporary Tel-Aviv against the<br />

backdrop of its earlier years<br />

The literary culture of the Ottoman<br />

Empire’s Sephardic Jews<br />

Tel-Aviv, the First Century brings together a broad range of disciplinary<br />

approaches and cutting-edge research to trace the development and<br />

paradoxes of Tel-Aviv as an urban center and a national symbol.<br />

Through the lenses of history, literature, urban planning, gender<br />

studies, architecture, art, and other fields, these essays reveal the place<br />

of Tel-Aviv in the life and imagination of its diverse inhabitants. The<br />

careful and insightful tracing of the development of the city’s urban<br />

landscape, the relationship of its varied architecture to its competing<br />

social cultures, and its evolving place in Israel’s literary imagination<br />

come together to offer a vivid and complex picture of Tel-Aviv as a<br />

microcosm of Israeli life and a vibrant modern European city.<br />

Maoz Azaryahu is Professor of Cultural Geography at the <strong>University</strong><br />

of Haifa and author of Tel Aviv: Mythography of a City.<br />

S. Ilan Troen is Stoll Family Professor of Israel Studies and Director of<br />

the Schusterman Center for Israel Studies at Brandeis <strong>University</strong>.<br />

“A serious yet accessible look at the many facets that have come to<br />

constitute the complex personality of a very complicated city and<br />

society.” —Kenneth E. Foote, <strong>University</strong> of Colorado at Boulder<br />

An Israel Studies Book<br />

November 2011<br />

Middle East, Judaica<br />

World<br />

408 pages, 45 b&w illus., 6 x 9<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35694-9 $70.00L £52.00<br />

Paper 978-0-253-22357-9 $24.95s £16.99<br />

eBook 978-0-253-00563-2 $20.95 £14.99<br />

Olga Borovaya explores the emergence and expansion of print<br />

culture in Ladino (Judeo-Spanish), the mother tongue of the<br />

Sephardic Jews of the Ottoman Empire, in the second half of the<br />

19th and early 20th centuries. She provides the first comprehensive<br />

study of the three major forms of Ladino literary production—the<br />

press, belles lettres, and theater—as a single cultural phenomenon.<br />

The product of meticulous research and innovative methodology,<br />

Modern Ladino Culture offers a new perspective on the history of<br />

the Ladino press, a novel approach to the study of belles lettres in<br />

Ladino and their relationship to their European sources, and a finegrained<br />

critique of Sephardic plays as venues for moral education<br />

and politicization.<br />

Olga Borovaya is a visiting scholar at Stanford <strong>University</strong>. She is author<br />

of Modernization of a Culture (in Russian).<br />

“A superb literary-historical study of Ladino literature . . . that goes<br />

very far in fleshing out, correcting, and innovatively interpreting<br />

the history and substance of Ladino literary production.” —Sarah<br />

Abrevaya Stein, author of Making Jews Modern (IUP, 2003)<br />

<strong>Indiana</strong> Series in Sephardi and Mizrahi Studies<br />

Harvey E. Goldberg and Matthias Lehmann, editors<br />

november 2011<br />

Judaica, Literature<br />

World<br />

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The United States<br />

Holocaust Memorial Museum<br />

Encyclopedia of Camps and Ghettos,<br />

1933–1945<br />

Volume II<br />

Ghettos in German-Occupied Eastern Europe<br />

the unIteD StateS holoCauSt memorIal muSeum<br />

enCyCloPeDIa of<br />

CamPS anD GhettoS<br />

1933–1945<br />

Geoffrey P. Megargee, General Editor<br />

Martin Dean, Volume Editor<br />

Introduction by Christopher R. Browning<br />

The second volume of an award-winning encyclopedia<br />

documents 1,150 ghettos<br />

Volume II offers a comprehensive account of how the Nazis conducted the Holocaust<br />

throughout the scattered towns and villages of Poland and the Soviet Union. It covers<br />

more than 1,150 sites, including both open and closed ghettos. Regional essays<br />

outline the patterns of ghettoization in 19 German administrative regions. Each<br />

entry discusses key events in the history of the ghetto; living and working conditions;<br />

activities of the Jewish Councils; Jewish responses to persecution; demographic<br />

changes; and details of the ghetto’s liquidation. Personal testimonies help convey<br />

the character of each ghetto, while source citations provide a guide to additional<br />

information. Documentation of hundreds of smaller sites—previously unknown<br />

or overlooked in the historiography of the Holocaust—make this an indispensable<br />

reference work on the destroyed Jewish communities of Eastern Europe.<br />

Geoffrey P. Megargee is an applied research scholar at the Center for Advanced Holocaust<br />

Studies, United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.<br />

Volume I I<br />

Ghettos in Germanoccupied<br />

eastern europe<br />

Part a<br />

Geoffrey P. megargee, General editor<br />

martin Dean, Volume editor<br />

Introduction by Christopher r. Browning<br />

“This magnificent collective effort, uniting the<br />

research and expertise of leading scholars from<br />

around the world, provides a fundamental<br />

new reference for the history of the Holocaust.<br />

Anyone who wishes to understand the variety of<br />

Jewish experience in the ghettos and the scale of<br />

the destruction of a whole European world must<br />

consult this encyclopedia.” —Timothy Snyder,<br />

author of Bloodlands<br />

Martin Dean is an applied research scholar at the Center for Advanced Holocaust Studies,<br />

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum.<br />

Published in association with the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum<br />

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Motion,<br />

Metaphor, and<br />

Meaning in Music<br />

Musical Forces<br />

Motion, Metaphor,<br />

and Meaning in Music<br />

Music and<br />

the Politics<br />

of Negation<br />

Musical Forces<br />

Steve Larson<br />

James R. Currie<br />

steve Larson<br />

How and why music moves us<br />

Steve Larson draws on his 20 years of research in music theory,<br />

cognitive linguistics, experimental psychology, and artificial<br />

intelligence—as well as his skill as a jazz pianist—to show how the<br />

experience of physical motion can shape one’s musical experience.<br />

Clarifying the roles of analogy, metaphor, grouping, pattern,<br />

hierarchy, and emergence in the explanation of musical meaning,<br />

Larson explains how listeners hear tonal music through the<br />

analogues of physical gravity, magnetism, and inertia. His theory<br />

of melodic expectation goes beyond prior theories in predicting<br />

complete melodic patterns. Larson elegantly demonstrates how<br />

rhythm and meter arise from, and are given meaning by, these<br />

same musical forces.<br />

Steve Larson is the Robert M. Trotter Professor of Music at the<br />

<strong>University</strong> of Oregon and a member of its Institute of Cognitive and<br />

Decision Sciences. He is author of Analyzing Jazz: A Schenkerian Approach.<br />

A radical reassessment of the postmodern<br />

study of music<br />

Over the past quarter century, music studies in the academy<br />

have justified their postmodern credentials by insisting that our<br />

scholarly engagements start and end by placing music firmly<br />

within its various historical and social contexts. In Music and<br />

the Politics of Negation, James R. Currie sets out to disturb the<br />

validity of this now quite orthodox claim. Alternating dialectically<br />

between analytic and historical investigations into the late 18th<br />

century and the present, he poses a set of uncomfortable questions<br />

regarding the limits and complicities of the values that the<br />

academy keeps in circulation by means of its musical encounters.<br />

His overriding thesis is that the forces that have formed us are<br />

not our fate.<br />

James r. Currie is Associate Professor of Music at the <strong>University</strong> of<br />

Buffalo. In addition to his academic work he is also active as a performance<br />

artist and poet.<br />

Musical Meaning and Interpretation<br />

Robert S. Hatten, editor<br />

Musical Meaning and Interpretation<br />

Robert S. Hatten, editor<br />

November 2011<br />

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Expressive<br />

intersections in BraHmS<br />

Essays in analysis and meaning<br />

Expressive<br />

Intersections<br />

in Brahms<br />

Essays in Analysis<br />

and Meaning<br />

Edited by Peter H. Smith<br />

and Heather A. Platt<br />

Debussy<br />

re d u x<br />

The ImpacT of hIs musIc on popular culTure<br />

Debussy Redux<br />

The Impact of His Music<br />

on Popular Culture<br />

Matthew Brown<br />

Edited by<br />

PEtEr H. SmitH and HEatHEr a. Platt<br />

Matthew Brown<br />

How Brahms organized musical elements<br />

for expressive purposes<br />

Contributors to this exciting new volume examine the intersection<br />

of structure and meaning in Brahms’s music, utilizing a wide range<br />

of approaches, from the theories of Schenker to the most recent<br />

analytical techniques. They combine various viewpoints with<br />

the semiotic-based approaches of Robert Hatten, and address<br />

many of the most important genres in which Brahms composed.<br />

The essays reveal the expressive power of a work through the<br />

comparison of specific passages in one piece to similar works<br />

and through its relationship to other artistic realms such as<br />

literature and painting. The result of this intertextual re-framing<br />

is a new awareness of the meaningfulness of even Brahms’s most<br />

“absolute” works.<br />

Peter H. Smith is Associate Professor of Music at the <strong>University</strong> of<br />

Notre Dame and author of Expressive Forms in Brahms’s Instrumental Music<br />

(IUP, 2005).<br />

Heather Platt is Professor of Music History at Ball State <strong>University</strong><br />

and author of Johannes Brahms: A Research and Information Guide (2nd<br />

edition, 2011).<br />

Musical Meaning and Interpretation<br />

Robert S. Hatten, editor<br />

January 2012<br />

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World<br />

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Debussy’s music in the context of pop culture<br />

The works of Claude Debussy (1862–1918) had a major impact on<br />

the music of the 20th century, influencing a range of figures from<br />

Ravel and Stravinsky to Henri Dutilleux and Toru Takemitsu.<br />

Less well known is Debussy’s influence on the popular culture<br />

of the period. Matthew Brown shows how Debussy’s music has<br />

surfaced in an array of contexts from the film music of the 1940s<br />

to the dance music of the 1990s. It is easy to see how Debussy’s<br />

impressionist soundscapes for orchestra such as La Mer and<br />

Iberia could be perfect models for accompaniments to film<br />

scenes, but as Brown makes clear Debussy’s music and influence<br />

cannot by reduced to dreamy imitations of Clair de Lune. As he<br />

traces the trajectory of Debussy’s stylistic evolution, Brown shows<br />

how facets of this style were reinterpreted in a surprising variety<br />

of popular musical contexts.<br />

Matthew Brown is author of Explaining Tonality, Debussy’s Iberia, and<br />

articles in Integral, Music Theory Spectrum, Understanding Rock, and Journal<br />

of Musicology, among others. He is a Professor of Music Theory at the<br />

Eastman School of Music, <strong>University</strong> of Rochester.<br />

Musical Meaning and Interpretation<br />

Robert S. Hatten, editor<br />

November 2011<br />

Music<br />

World<br />

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<br />

<br />

ecoru<br />

inue<br />

eliriu<br />

al<br />

ric e<br />

A Study of Dance*Music Relations in ¾ Time<br />

<br />

Decorum of<br />

the Minuet,<br />

Delirium of<br />

the Waltz<br />

A Study of<br />

Dance-Music Relations<br />

in 3/4 Time<br />

<br />

<br />

Eric McKee<br />

A<br />

Performer’s Guide<br />

to seventeenthcentury<br />

Music<br />

s e c o n d e d i t i o n<br />

Edited by Stewart Carter<br />

revised and expanded by Jeffery Kite-Powell<br />

A Performer’s<br />

Guide to<br />

Seventeenth-<br />

Century Music<br />

Second Edition<br />

Edited by Stewart Carter<br />

Revised and expanded<br />

by Jeffery Kite-Powell<br />

Music and social dance of the 18th and<br />

19th centuries<br />

Much music was written for the two most important dances of the<br />

18th and 19th centuries, the minuet and the waltz. In Decorum<br />

of the Minuet, Delirium of the Waltz, Eric McKee argues that to<br />

better understand the musical structures and expressive meanings<br />

of this dance music, one must be aware of the social contexts<br />

and bodily rhythms of the social dances upon which it is based.<br />

McKee approaches dance music as a component of a multimedia<br />

art form that involves the interaction of physical motion, music,<br />

architecture, and dress. Moreover, the activity of attending a ball<br />

involves a dynamic network of modalities—sight, sound, bodily<br />

awareness, touch, and smell, which can be experienced from<br />

the perspectives of a dancer, a spectator, or a musician. McKee<br />

considers dance music within a larger system of signifiers and<br />

points-of-view that opens new avenues of interpretation.<br />

Eric McKee is Associate Professor of Music Theory at Pennsylvania State<br />

<strong>University</strong>. He is a contributor to The Age of Chopin (IUP, 2004), and his<br />

articles have appeared in such journals as Music Theory Spectrum, Music<br />

Analysis, In Theory Only, College Music Symposium, and Theory and Practice.<br />

Musical Meaning and Interpretation<br />

Robert S. Hatten, editor<br />

November 2011<br />

Performing Arts<br />

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Cloth 978-0-253-35692-5 $39.95s £26.99<br />

Comprehensive manual of performance<br />

practice for 17th century music<br />

Revised and expanded, A Performer’s Guide to Seventeenth-<br />

Century Music is a comprehensive reference guide for students<br />

and professional musicians. The book contains useful material on<br />

vocal and choral music and style; instrumentation; performance<br />

practice; ornamentation, tuning, temperament; meter and tempo;<br />

basso continuo; dance; theatrical production; and much more.<br />

The volume includes new chapters on the violin, the violoncello<br />

and violone, and the trombone—as well as updated and expanded<br />

reference materials, internet resources, and other newly available<br />

material. This highly accessible handbook will prove a welcome<br />

reference for any musician or singer interested in historically<br />

informed performance.<br />

Stewart Carter is Chair of the Department of Music at Wake Forest<br />

<strong>University</strong>, Executive Editor of the Historic Brass Society Journal, and former<br />

editor of Historical Performance: The Journal of Early Music America.<br />

Jeffery Kite-Powell is Professor Emeritus at the Florida State<br />

<strong>University</strong> College of Music. He is translator of Michael Praetorius’s<br />

Syntagma Musicum III and editor of A Performer’s Guide to Renaissance<br />

Music, Second Edition (IUP, 2007).<br />

Publications of the Early Music Institute<br />

Paul Elliott, editor<br />

January 2012<br />

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Cloth 978-0-253-35706-9 $49.95s £34.00<br />

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The Symphonic Repertoire<br />

The Eighteenth-Century Symphony<br />

Volume I<br />

A. Peter Brown, Founding Editor<br />

Edited by Mary Sue Morrow and Bathia Churgin<br />

The beginnings of symphonic music in Western culture<br />

Central to the repertoire of Western art music since the 18th century, the symphony<br />

has come to be regarded as one of the ultimate compositional challenges. In his<br />

five-volume series The Symphonic Repertoire, the late A. Peter Brown explores the<br />

symphony from its 18th-century beginnings to the end of the 20th century. In Volume<br />

1, The Eighteenth-Century Symphony, 22 of Brown’s former students and colleagues<br />

collaborate to complete the work that he began on this critical period of development<br />

in symphonic history. The work follows Brown’s outline, is organized by country, and<br />

focuses on major composers. It includes a four-chapter overview and concludes with a<br />

reframing of the symphonic narrative. Contributors address issues of historiography,<br />

the status of research, and questions of attribution and stylistic traits, and provide<br />

background material on the musical context of composition and early performances.<br />

The volume features a CD of recordings from the Bloomington Early Music Festival<br />

Orchestra, highlighting the largely unavailable repertoire discussed in the book.<br />

The<br />



The<br />

Eighteenth-Century<br />

Symphony<br />

v o l u m e i<br />

edited by<br />

Mary Sue Morrow<br />

and<br />

Bathia Churgin<br />

Mary Sue Morrow is Professor of Musicology at the <strong>University</strong> of Cincinnati and author of<br />

Concert Life in Haydn’s Vienna and German Music Criticism in the Late Eighteenth Century.<br />

Bathia Churgin is former chair and founder of the Musicology Department at Bar-Ilan <strong>University</strong>. She<br />

has edited numerous editions of 18th-century instrumental music that include historical and analytical essays.<br />

Published with the generous support of the Allen Whitehill Clowes Charitable Foundation<br />

CD included<br />

Also of Interest<br />

The Symphonic Repertoire, Volume III‚ Part A<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-34801-2 $95.00s<br />

The Symphonic Repertoire, Volume III, Part B<br />

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L e o n a r d L a w L o r<br />

Early<br />

Bergson Freud Husserl Heidegger Merleau-<br />

Ponty Foucault Bergson Freud Husserl Heidegger<br />

Merleau-Ponty Foucault Bergson<br />

Freud Husserl Heidegger Merleau-Ponty<br />

Foucault Bergson Freud Husserl Heidegger<br />

Merleau-Ponty<br />

TwEnTiETh-<br />

Foucault Bergson Freud<br />

Husserl Heidegger Merleau-Ponty Foucault<br />

Bergson Freud Husserl Heidegger Merleau-<br />

Ponty Foucault Bergson Freud Husserl Heidegger<br />

CEnTury<br />

Merleau-Ponty Foucault Bergson<br />

Freud Husserl Heidegger Merleau-Ponty<br />

Foucault Bergson Freud Husserl Heidegger<br />

Merleau-Ponty Foucault Bergson Freud<br />

ConTinEnTal<br />

PhilosoPhy<br />

Husserl Heidegger Merleau-Ponty Foucault<br />

Bergson Freud Husserl Heidegger Merleau-<br />

Ponty Foucault Bergson Freud Husserl Heidegger<br />

Merleau-Ponty Foucault Bergson<br />

Freud Husserl Heidegger Merleau-Ponty<br />

Foucault Bergson Freud Husserl Heidegger<br />

Merleau-Ponty Foucault Bergson Freud<br />

Husserl Heidegger Merleau-Ponty Foucault<br />

Bergson Freud Husserl Heidegger Merleau-<br />

Early<br />

Twentieth-<br />

Century<br />

Continental<br />

Philosophy<br />

Leonard Lawlor<br />

KAnt<br />

and the<br />

Subject of<br />

critique<br />

on the Regulative Role<br />

of the Psychological idea<br />

Avery GoldmAn<br />

Kant and<br />

the Subject<br />

of Critique<br />

On the Regulative Role<br />

of the Psychological Idea<br />

Avery Goldman<br />

The fundamental project of continental philosophy<br />

Early Twentieth-Century Continental Philosophy elaborates<br />

the basic project of contemporary continental philosophy, which<br />

culminates in a movement toward thinking about the awareness<br />

that determines our humanity. Leonard Lawlor interprets key texts<br />

by major figures in the continental tradition, including Bergson,<br />

Foucault, Freud, Heidegger, Husserl, and Merleau-Ponty. His<br />

conception of continental philosophy as a unified project enables<br />

Lawlor to think beyond its European origins and envision a global<br />

sphere of philosophical inquiry that will revitalize the field.<br />

Leonard Lawlor is Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of Philosophy at<br />

Pennsylvania State <strong>University</strong>. He is author of Derrida and Husserl (IUP,<br />

2002) and Thinking through French Philosophy (IUP, 2003).<br />

Brings philosophical and critical unity to the self<br />

Immanuel Kant is strict about the limits of self-knowledge:<br />

our inner sense gives us only appearances, never the reality, of<br />

ourselves. Kant may seem to begin his inquiries with an uncritical<br />

conception of cognitive limits, but in Kant and the Subject of<br />

Critique, Avery Goldman argues that, even for Kant, a reflective<br />

act must take place before any judgment occurs. By establishing a<br />

regulative self, Goldman offers a way to bring unity to the subject<br />

through Kant’s seemingly circular reasoning, allowing for critique<br />

and, ultimately, knowledge.<br />

Avery Goldman is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at DePaul<br />

<strong>University</strong>.<br />

“Leonard Lawlor has proven himself to be one of the most imaginative<br />

and original interpreters of French philosophy.” —Stephen H.<br />

Watson, <strong>University</strong> of Notre Dame<br />

“Original and expertly executed . . . . the regulative idea of the soul<br />

both makes possible the undertaking of critique and follows from it.”<br />

—Bernard Freydberg, Duquesne <strong>University</strong><br />

“Well researched and credible in its sweep through the various<br />

philosophical projects it considers.” —James Risser, Seattle <strong>University</strong><br />

Studies in Continental Thought<br />

John Sallis, editor<br />

Studies in Continental Thought<br />

John Sallis, editor<br />

December 2011<br />

Philosophy<br />

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The Origin Of The<br />

LOgic Of SymbOLic<br />

maThemaTicS<br />

edmund huSSerL and JacOb KLein<br />

burT c. hOpKinS<br />

The Origin of<br />

the Logic of<br />

Symbolic<br />

Mathematics<br />

Edmund Husserl<br />

and Jacob Klein<br />

Creation<br />

a n d t H e S o v e r e i g n t y o f g o d<br />

Hugh J. McCann<br />

Creation<br />

and the<br />

Sovereignty<br />

of God<br />

Hugh J. McCann<br />

Burt C. Hopkins<br />

The logic of modern symbolic mathematics<br />

A systematic view of God as Creator<br />

Burt C. Hopkins presents the first in-depth study of the work of<br />

Edmund Husserl and Jacob Klein on the philosophical foundations<br />

of the logic of modern symbolic mathematics. Accounts of<br />

the philosophical origins of formalized concepts—especially<br />

mathematical concepts and the process of mathematical abstraction<br />

that generates them—have been paramount to the development of<br />

phenomenology. Both Husserl and Klein independently concluded<br />

that it is impossible to separate the historical origin of the thought<br />

that generates the basic concepts of mathematics from their<br />

philosophical meanings. Hopkins explores how Husserl and Klein<br />

arrived at their conclusion and its philosophical implications for the<br />

modern project of formalizing all knowledge.<br />

Burt C. Hopkins is Professor of Philosophy at Seattle <strong>University</strong>. He is author<br />

of Intentionality in Husserl and Heidegger and The Philosophy of Husserl. He is<br />

founding editor (with Steven G. Crowell) of The New Yearbook for Phenomenology<br />

and Phenomenological Philosophy and is permanent secretary of the Husserl Circle.<br />

Creation and the Sovereignty of God brings fresh insight to<br />

a defense of God. Traditional theistic belief declared a perfect<br />

being who creates and sustains everything and who exercises<br />

sovereignty over all. Lately, this idea has been contested, but<br />

Hugh J. McCann maintains that God creates the best possible<br />

universe and is completely free to do so; that God is responsible<br />

for human actions, yet humans also have free will; and ultimately,<br />

that divine command must be reconciled with natural law. With<br />

this distinctive approach to understanding God and the universe,<br />

McCann brings new perspective to the evidential argument of evil.<br />

Hugh J. McCann is Professor of Philosophy at Texas A&M <strong>University</strong>.<br />

He is author of The Works of Agency: On Human Action, Will, and Freedom.<br />

“Offers an elaborate, rigorous development and defense of the<br />

medieval Christian view that God as creator is sovereign, free, and<br />

simple.” —Paul K. Moser, Loyola <strong>University</strong> Chicago<br />

“A striking, original study . . . for the history of mathematics, our<br />

understanding of Husserlian phenomenology, and the concepts of<br />

formality and formalization.” —Robert B. Pippin, <strong>University</strong> of Chicago<br />

Studies in Continental Thought<br />

John Sallis, editor<br />

<strong>Indiana</strong> Series in the Philosophy of Religion<br />

Merold Westphal, editor<br />

August 2011<br />

Philosophy<br />

World<br />

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Discourses at the<br />

Communion<br />

on Fridays<br />

Søren Kierkegaard<br />

Discourses<br />

at the<br />

Communion<br />

on Fridays<br />

Søren Kierkegaard<br />

Translated by Sylvia Walsh<br />

stokes / buben<br />

Kierkegaard and Death<br />

Kierkegaard<br />

and<br />

Death<br />

Kierkegaard<br />

and Death<br />

Edited by Patrick Stokes<br />

and Adam Buben<br />



edited by<br />

patrick stokes and adam buben<br />

A new translation of Kierkegaard’s communion<br />

discourses<br />

Søren Kierkegaard’s 13 communion discourses constitute a distinct<br />

genre among the various forms of religious writing composed by<br />

Kierkegaard. Originally published at different times and places,<br />

Kierkegaard himself believed that these discourses served as a<br />

unifying element in his work and were crucial for understanding<br />

his religious thought and philosophy as a whole. Written in an<br />

intensely personal liturgical context, the communion discourses<br />

prepare the reader for participation in this rite by emphasizing the<br />

appropriate posture for forgiveness of sins and confession.<br />

Sylvia Walsh is Scholar in Residence at Stetson <strong>University</strong>. She is author<br />

of Kierkegaard: Thinking Christianly in an Existential Mode.<br />

“Putting all these discourses together highlights an important<br />

dimension of Kierkegaard’s thought that is often overlooked or at<br />

least underestimated, by showing the organic connection between<br />

that thought and the Christian practice of confession and the<br />

Christian sacrament of communion. . . . The introduction provided<br />

for the volume is superb.” —C. Stephen Evans, Baylor <strong>University</strong><br />

<strong>Indiana</strong> Series in the Philosophy of Religion<br />

Merold Westphal, editor<br />

September 2011<br />

Philosophy, Religion<br />

World<br />

168 pages, 5 1 / 2 x 8 1 / 2<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35673-4 $29.95s £19.99<br />

eBook 978-0-253-00557-1 $24.95 £16.99<br />

Death and dying in the work of Søren Kierkegaard<br />

Few philosophers have devoted such sustained, almost obsessive<br />

attention to the topic of death as Søren Kierkegaard. Kierkegaard<br />

and Death brings together new work on Kierkegaard’s multifaceted<br />

discussions of death and provides a thorough guide to the development,<br />

in various texts and contexts, of Kierkegaard’s ideas concerning death,<br />

immortality, suicide, mortality and subjectivity, death and the meaning<br />

of life, and the question of the afterlife. While bringing Kierkegaard’s<br />

philosophy of death into focus, this volume connects Kierkegaard with<br />

important debates in contemporary philosophy.<br />

Patrick Stokes is a Marie Curie Fellow in Philosophy at the <strong>University</strong><br />

of Hertfordshire and an Honorary Fellow in the School of Historical and<br />

Philosophical Studies, <strong>University</strong> of Melbourne. He is author of Kierkegaard’s<br />

Mirrors: Interest, Self, and Moral Vision.<br />

Adam Buben is a Presidential Doctoral Fellow in Philosophy at the<br />

<strong>University</strong> of South Florida and a Kierkegaard House Foundation Fellow in<br />

the Hong Kierkegaard Library at St. Olaf College in Minnesota.<br />

“Starting from living death and the thought of death, and then moving<br />

through dying, recollecting the death of another, and finally future life,<br />

this volume brings together in a coherent way Kierkegaard’s view on<br />

death and dying.” —Andrew J. Burgess, <strong>University</strong> of New Mexico<br />

<strong>Indiana</strong> Series in the Philosophy of Religion<br />

Merold Westphal, editor<br />

November 2011<br />

Philosophy, Religion<br />

World<br />

296 pages, 6 x 9<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35685-7 $80.00L £60.00<br />

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eBook 978-0-253-00534-2 $24.95 £16.99<br />

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F e m i n i s t<br />

D i s a b i l i t y<br />

s t u D i e s<br />

Feminist<br />

Disability<br />

Studies<br />

Edited by Kim Q. Hall<br />

Edited by<br />

Hansjörg Dilger<br />

Abdoulaye Kane<br />

and Stacey A. Langwick<br />

Medicine, Mobility, and<br />

Power in Global Africa<br />

Transnational Health and Healing<br />

Medicine,<br />

Mobility,<br />

and Power in<br />

Global Africa<br />

Transnational<br />

Health and Healing<br />

E d i t e d b y K i m Q . H a l l<br />

Edited by Hansjörg Dilger,<br />

Abdoulaye Kane, and<br />

Stacey A. Langwick<br />

Integrating feminist theory with disability studies<br />

Africa and medicine in a globalized world<br />

Disability, like questions of race, gender, and class, is one of<br />

the most provocative topics among theorists and philosophers<br />

today. This volume, situated at the intersection of feminist theory<br />

and disability studies, addresses questions about the nature of<br />

embodiment, the meaning of disability, the impact of public policy<br />

on those who have been labeled disabled, and how we define the<br />

norms of mental and physical ability. The essays here bridge the<br />

gap between theory and activism by illuminating structures of<br />

power and showing how historical and cultural perceptions of<br />

the human body have been informed by and contributed to the<br />

oppression of women and disabled people.<br />

Kim Q. Hall is Professor of Philosophy and a faculty member in the<br />

Women’s Studies and Sustainable Development programs at Appalachian<br />

State <strong>University</strong>. She is editor (with Chris Cuomo) of Whiteness: Feminist<br />

Philosophical Reflections.<br />

“Puts feminist theory and disability studies into conversation with one<br />

another, not simply to make for an ‘additive’ approach, but to transform<br />

both fields of inquiry.” —Diane Herndl, Iowa State <strong>University</strong><br />

“A volume of the highest scholarly quality that extends both feminist<br />

theory and disability studies.” —Nancy Tuana, Pennsylvania State <strong>University</strong><br />

October 2011<br />

Philosophy, Feminist<br />

World<br />

296 pages, 11 b&w illus., 6 x 9<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35662-8 $70.00L £52.00<br />

Paper 978-0-253-22340-1 $24.95s £16.99<br />

eBook 978-0-253-00518-2 $20.95 £13.99<br />

Recent political, social, and economic changes in Africa have provoked<br />

radical shifts in the landscape of health and healthcare. Medicine,<br />

Mobility, and Power in Global Africa captures the multiple dynamics of<br />

a globalized world and its impact on medicine, health, and the delivery of<br />

healthcare in Africa. Essays by an international group of contributors take<br />

on intractable problems such as HIV/AIDS, malaria, the reemergence<br />

of tuberculosis, and the absence of healthcare professionals, drugs,<br />

resources, hospitals, and technologies. The movements of people and<br />

resources described here expose the growing challenges of poverty and<br />

public health while showing how the global movement of people has<br />

created new opportunities for funding healthcare systems.<br />

Hansjörg Dilger is Junior Professor of Social and Cultural Anthropology<br />

at Freie Universität Berlin. He is author of Living with Aids: Illness, Death,<br />

and Social Relationships in Africa (in German).<br />

Abdoulaye Kane is Assistant Professor of Anthropology and African<br />

Studies at the <strong>University</strong> of Florida.<br />

Stacey A. Langwick is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Cornell<br />

<strong>University</strong>. She is author of Bodies, Politics, and African Healing: The Matter of<br />

Maladies in Tanzania (IUP, 2010).<br />

“Focusing on globalization and Africa . . . this volume underscores the<br />

interconnectedness and the imbalances during a time of neoliberal<br />

reform.” —Elisha P. Renne, <strong>University</strong> of Michigan<br />

January 2012<br />

Anthropology, Africa<br />

World<br />

352 pages, 10 b&w illus. , 6 x 9<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35709-0 $80.00L £60.00<br />

Paper 978-0-253-22368-5 $27.95s £18.99<br />

eBook 978-0-253-00532-8 $22.95 £15.99<br />

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Muslims and New Media<br />

in West Africa<br />

Pathways to God<br />

Dorothea E. Schulz<br />

Muslims and<br />

New Media in<br />

West Africa<br />

Pathways to God<br />

Dorothea E. Schulz<br />

Muslim Families<br />

in Global Senegal<br />

M o n e y T a k e s C a r e o f S h a m e<br />

Beth Buggenhagen<br />

Muslim Families<br />

in Global<br />

Senegal<br />

Money Takes Care<br />

of Shame<br />

Beth Buggenhagen<br />

Gender, religion, and the new urban economy<br />

Although Islam is not new to West Africa, new patterns of<br />

domestic economies, the promise of political liberalization, and the<br />

proliferation of new media have led to increased scrutiny of Islam in<br />

the public sphere. Dorothea E. Schulz shows how new media have<br />

created religious communities that are far more publicly engaged<br />

than they were in the past. Muslims and New Media in West Africa<br />

expands ideas about religious life in West Africa, women’s roles in<br />

religion, religion and popular culture, the meaning of religious<br />

experience in a charged environment, and how those who consume<br />

both religion and new media view their public and private selves.<br />

Dorothea E. Schulz is Professor in the Department of Cultural and<br />

Social Anthropology at the <strong>University</strong> of Cologne.<br />

“Promises to make a major contribution not only to the study of<br />

women’s involvement in ‘political Islam’ in West Africa, but also<br />

to comparative studies of commodification, mass entertainment,<br />

the global emergence of new religious cultures, masculinity, and<br />

the personal effects of neoliberalism.” —Sean Hanretta, Stanford<br />

<strong>University</strong><br />

Social and moral values in the global<br />

Senegalese community<br />

Senegalese Murid migrants have circulated cargo and currency<br />

through official and unofficial networks in Africa and the world.<br />

Muslim Families in Global Senegal focuses on trade and the<br />

transmission of enduring social value though cloth, videos of<br />

life-cycle rituals, and religious offerings. Highlighting women’s<br />

participation in these networks and the financial strategies they<br />

rely on, Beth Buggenhagen reveals the deep connections between<br />

economic profits and ritual and social authority. Buggenhagen<br />

discovers that these strategies are not responses to a dispersed<br />

community in crisis, but rather produce new roles, wealth, and<br />

worth for Senegalese women in all parts of the globe.<br />

Beth Buggenhagen is Assistant Professor of Anthropology at <strong>Indiana</strong><br />

<strong>University</strong> Bloomington. She is editor (with Anne-Maria Makhulu and Stephen<br />

Jackson) of Hard Work, Hard Times: Global Volatility and African Subjectivities.<br />

“A first-rate ethnography of Muslim women in Dakar. . . . provides<br />

not only a wealth of detail but extremely fine-grained analysis of<br />

women’s exchange networks, both in the domains of commerce<br />

but especially in ritual contexts.” —Robert Launay, Northwestern<br />

<strong>University</strong><br />

December 2011<br />

Africa, Media, Islam<br />

World<br />

320 pages, 6 b&w illus., 1 map, 6 x 9<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35715-1 $80.00L £60.00<br />

Paper 978-0-253-22362-3 $27.95s £18.99<br />

eBook 978-0-253-00554-0 $22.95 £15.99<br />

December 2011<br />

Anthropology, Africa, Islam<br />

World<br />

240 pages, 21 b&w illus., 4 maps, 6 x 9<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35710-6 $70.00L £52.00<br />

Paper 978-0-253-22367-8 $24.95s £16.99<br />

eBook 978-0-253-00535-9 $20.95 £14.99<br />

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Spirit<br />

Possession<br />

and Muslim<br />

Practice in<br />

Northern<br />

Nigeria<br />

Susan M. O’Brien<br />

Human rigHts and<br />

african Airwaves<br />

Mediating equalit y on the ChiChewa Radio<br />

HArri Englund<br />

indiana university press<br />

Human Rights<br />

and African<br />

Airwaves<br />

Mediating Equality on<br />

the Chichewa Radio<br />

Harri Englund<br />

Religious practices in a Muslim community<br />

Northern Nigeria is home to the largest concentration of Muslims<br />

in sub-Saharan Africa. However, Susan M. O’Brien finds that<br />

the controversial practice of bori spirit possession often has<br />

challenged the dominant, public face of Islam. O’Brien tracks a<br />

long history of bori ritual persisting through several centuries of<br />

Islamic censure and British colonial suppression—as a healing<br />

practice, a form of entertainment, and a repository of Hausa<br />

memory. O’Brien situates bori spirit mediums as typical, rather<br />

than deviant or marginal members of the Muslim community. She<br />

documents a less orthodox application of Islam that forces new<br />

interpretations of how to be Muslim today.<br />

Susan M. O’Brien is Assistant Professor of History at the <strong>University</strong> of<br />

Florida. Her work has appeared in Africa Today.<br />

“Illuminates major aspects of Hausa society and challenges longheld<br />

assumptions about bori, Islam, and gender.” —John H. Hanson,<br />

<strong>Indiana</strong> <strong>University</strong> Bloomington<br />

Local discourse in the global discussion<br />

of human rights<br />

Human Rights and African Airwaves focuses on Nkhani<br />

Zam’maboma, a popular Chichewa news bulletin broadcast on<br />

Malawi’s public radio. The program often takes authorities to<br />

task and questions much of the human rights rhetoric that comes<br />

from international organizations. Highlighting obligation and<br />

mutual dependence, the program expresses, in popular idioms<br />

and local narrative forms, grievances and injustices that are<br />

closest to Malawi’s impoverished public. Harri Englund reveals<br />

broadcasters’ everyday struggles with state-sponsored biases and<br />

a listening public with strong views and a critical ear. This fresh<br />

look at African-language media shows how Africans effectively<br />

confront inequality, exploitation, and poverty.<br />

Harri Englund is Reader in Social Anthropology at the <strong>University</strong><br />

of Cambridge. He is author of Prisoners of Freedom: Human Rights and<br />

the African Poor, winner of the 2006 Amaury Talbot Prize of the Royal<br />

Anthropological Institute.<br />

“An inspired choice of topic. The conceptual framework within which<br />

it is presented has been worked out with impressive clarity and<br />

delicacy.” —Karin Barber, <strong>University</strong> of Birmingham<br />

October 2011<br />

Religion, Africa, Islam<br />

World<br />

296 pages, 10 b&w illus., 1 map, 6 x 9<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35678-9 $80.00L £60.00<br />

Paper 978-0-253-22346-3 $27.95s £18.99<br />

eBook 978-0-253-00544-1 $22.95 £15.99<br />

november 2011<br />

Anthropology, Africa, Media<br />

World<br />

280 pages, 9 b&w illus., 6 x 9<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35677-2 $70.00L £52.00<br />

Paper 978-0-253-22347-0 $24.95s £16.99<br />

eBook 978-0-253-00543-4 $20.95 £14.99<br />

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P o s t c o l o n i A l<br />

A r t i s t s<br />

A n d • G l o b A l<br />

A e s t h e t i c s<br />

Postcolonial<br />

Artists and<br />

Global<br />

Aesthetics<br />

Akin Adesokan<br />

Music and Globalization<br />

Critical Encounters<br />

Music and<br />

Globalization<br />

Critical Encounters<br />

Edited by Bob W. White<br />

A k i n • A d e s o k A n<br />

Edited by Bob W. White<br />

Globalization’s literary and artistic effects<br />

Rethinking globalization through music<br />

What happens when social and political processes such as<br />

globalization shape cultural production? Drawing on a range of<br />

writers and filmmakers from Africa and elsewhere, Akin Adesokan<br />

explores the forces at work in the production and circulation<br />

of culture in a globalized world. He tackles problems such as<br />

artistic representation in the era of decolonization, the uneven<br />

development of aesthetics across the world, and the impact of<br />

location and commodity culture on genres, with a distinctive<br />

approach that exposes the global processes transforming cultural<br />

forms.<br />

Akin Adesokan is Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature at<br />

<strong>Indiana</strong> <strong>University</strong> Bloomington and author of the novel Roots in the Sky. His<br />

writings have appeared in Screen, Textual Practice, Chimurenga, and Research<br />

in African Literatures.<br />

“This book is a significant intervention in debates on Postcolonialism<br />

and a model of intellectual ambition in its constant crossing of<br />

disciplinary and generic boundaries.” —Jonathan Haynes, Long Island<br />

<strong>University</strong><br />

“World music” emerged as a commercial and musical category<br />

in the 1980s, but in some sense music has always been global.<br />

Through the metaphor of encounters, Music and Globalization<br />

explores the dynamics that enable or hinder cross-cultural<br />

communication through music. In the stories told by the<br />

contributors, we meet well-known players such as David Byrne,<br />

Peter Gabriel, Sting, Ry Cooder, Fela Kuti, and Gilberto Gil, but<br />

also lesser-known characters such as the Senegalese Afro-Cuban<br />

singer Laba Sosseh and Raramuri fiddle players from northwest<br />

Mexico. This collection demonstrates that careful historical<br />

and ethnographic analysis of global music can show us how<br />

globalization operates and what, if anything, we as consumers<br />

have to do with it.<br />

Bob W. White is Associate Professor in the Department of Anthropology<br />

at the Université de Montréal and author of Rumba Rules: The Politics of<br />

Dance Music in Mobutu’s Zaire.<br />

African Expressive Cultures<br />

Patrick McNaughton, editor<br />

Tracking Globalization<br />

Robert J. Foster, editor<br />

October 2011<br />

Literary Criticism & Theory, Africa<br />

World<br />

248 pages, 8 b&w illus., 6 x 9<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35679-6 $70.00L £52.00<br />

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eBook 978-0-253-00550-2 $20.95 £14.99<br />

January 2012<br />

Anthropology, Ethnomusicology<br />

World<br />

256 pages, 6 x 9<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35712-0 $70.00L £52.00<br />

Paper 978-0-253-22365-4 $24.95s £16.99<br />

eBook 978-0-253-00541-0 $20.95 £14.99<br />

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Women’s<br />

Voices from<br />

West<br />

AfricA<br />

An Anthology of Songs from the Sahel<br />

Women’s<br />

Voices from<br />

West Africa<br />

An Anthology of Songs<br />

from the Sahel<br />

Edited by<br />

Aissata G. Sidikou<br />

and Thomas A. Hale<br />

indiana university press<br />

Screens<br />

and Veils<br />

Maghrebi Women’s<br />

Cinema<br />

Florence Martin<br />

Edited by<br />

Aissata G. Sidikou<br />

and Thomas A. Hale<br />

Florence<br />

Martin<br />

African women’s verbal art<br />

Aissata G. Sidikou and Thomas A. Hale reveal the world of<br />

women’s songs and singing in West Africa. This anthology—<br />

collected from 17 ethnic traditions across West Africa—introduces<br />

the power and beauty of the intimate expressions of African<br />

women. The songs, many translated here for the first time, reflect<br />

all stages of the life cycle and all walks of life. They entertain,<br />

give comfort and encouragement, and empower other women to<br />

face the challenges imposed on them by their families, men, and<br />

society. Women’s Voices from West Africa opens a new window<br />

on women’s changing roles in contemporary Africa.<br />

Aissata G. Sidikou is Assistant Professor of French at the United States<br />

Naval Academy. She is author of Recreating Words, Reshaping Worlds: The<br />

Verbal Art of Women from Niger, Mali, and Senegal.<br />

Thomas A. Hale is Liberal Arts Professr of African, French, and Comparative<br />

Literature and Head of the French Department at Pennsylvania<br />

State <strong>University</strong>. He is author of Griots and Griottes: Masters of Words and<br />

Music (IUP, 1999) and editor (with John William Johnson and Stephen<br />

Belcher) of Oral Epics from Africa (IUP, 1997).<br />

The cinematic vision of North African<br />

women directors<br />

Examined within their economic, cultural, and political context,<br />

the work of women Maghrebi filmmakers forms a cohesive body<br />

of work. Florence Martin examines the intersections of nation<br />

and gender in seven films, showing how directors turn around<br />

the politics of the gaze as they play with the various meanings<br />

of the Arabic term hijab (veil, curtain, screen). Martin analyzes<br />

these films on theoretical terms, developing the notion of<br />

“transvergence” to examine how Maghrebi women’s cinema is<br />

flexible, playful, and transgressive. These are distinctive films that<br />

traverse cultures, borrowing from and resisting the discourses<br />

these cultures propose.<br />

Florence Martin is Professor of French and Francophone Literature<br />

and Cinema at Goucher College and Associate Editor of Studies in French<br />

Cinema. She is author (with Isabelle Favre) of Bessie Smith, De la Guyane<br />

à la diaspora africaine and (with Maryse Fauvel and Stéphanie Martin) A<br />

vous de voir!<br />

“A valuable contribution to the corpus of literature on African<br />

women’s verbal art.” —Fiona Mc Laughlin, <strong>University</strong> of Florida<br />

New Directions in National Cinemas<br />

Jacqueline Reich, editor<br />

December 2011<br />

Ethnomusicology, Africa<br />

World<br />

128 pages, 18 maps, 6 x 9<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35670-3 $34.95s £22.99<br />

november 2011<br />

Film & Media, Middle East<br />

World<br />

240 pages, 25 b&w illus., 6 x 9<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35668-0 $70.00L £52.00<br />

Paper 978-0-253-22341-8 $24.95s £16.99<br />

eBook 978-0-253-00565-6 $20.95 £14.99<br />

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Political crime and the<br />

memory of loss<br />

Political<br />

Crime and<br />

the Memory<br />

of Loss<br />

John Borneman<br />

Hypersexuality<br />

and Headscarves<br />

Race, Sex, and<br />

Citizenship in the<br />

New Germany<br />

Hypersexuality<br />

and<br />

Headscarves<br />

Race, Sex, and<br />

Citizenship in the<br />

New Germany<br />

John Borneman<br />

Damani J. Partridge<br />

Damani J. Partridge<br />

Reflections on politics, loss, and reconciliation<br />

in Europe and the Middle East<br />

The politics of multiculturalism,<br />

citizenship, and exclusion<br />

Loss is a fundamental human condition that often leads both individuals<br />

and groups to seek redress in the form of violence. But are there possible<br />

modes of redress to reckon with loss that might lead to a departure from<br />

the violence of collective and individual revenge? This book focuses on the<br />

redress of political crime in Germany and Lebanon, extending its analysis<br />

to questions of accountability and democratization. To understand the<br />

proposed modes of redress, John Borneman links the way the actors<br />

define their injuries to the cultural forms of redress and to the social<br />

contexts in which they are open to refiguring. Borneman theorizes modes<br />

of accountability, the American occupation of Iraq, and the mechanisms<br />

of democratic authority in Europe and North America.<br />

John Borneman is Professor of Anthropology at Princeton <strong>University</strong>.<br />

His books include Belonging in the Two Berlins: Kin, State, Nation and Syrian<br />

Episodes: Sons, Fathers, and an Anthropologist in Aleppo.<br />

“Provides insights on the ways these societies are working out the<br />

residues of war and violence. Ground-breaking in its attention to not<br />

only state-sponsored violence but that aimed toward the state.”<br />

—Deborah Reed-Danahay, <strong>University</strong> at Buffalo, SUNY<br />

New Anthropologies of Europe<br />

Daphne Berdahl, Matti Bunzl, and Michael Herzfeld, founding editors<br />

In this compelling study, Damani J. Partridge explores citizenship<br />

and exclusion in Germany since the fall of the Berlin Wall. That<br />

event seemed to usher in a new era of universal freedom, but<br />

post-reunification transformations of German society have in fact<br />

produced noncitizens: non-white and “foreign” Germans who are<br />

simultaneously portrayed as part of the nation and excluded from<br />

full citizenship. Partridge considers the situation of Vietnamese<br />

guest workers “left behind” in the former East Germany; images<br />

of hypersexualized black bodies reproduced in popular culture;<br />

and debates about the use of the headscarf by Muslim students<br />

and teachers. The author’s experiences as an African American<br />

researcher become a substantive part of the analysis.<br />

Damani J. Partridge is Assistant Professor in the Department of<br />

Anthropology and the Center for Afroamerican and African Studies at the<br />

<strong>University</strong> of Michigan.<br />

“Partridge shows how being included in the body politic can be a form of<br />

social control and exclusion. . . . [P]rovides a case study for how one can<br />

look at identity politics in connection with the debates about human or<br />

national rights for citizens.” —Sander L. Gilman, Emory <strong>University</strong><br />

New Anthropologies of Europe<br />

Daphne Berdahl, Matti Bunzl, and Michael Herzfeld, founding editors<br />

December 2011<br />

Anthropology, Cultural Studies<br />

World<br />

288 pages, 6 x 9<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35689-5 $80.00L £60.00<br />

Paper 978-0-253-22351-7 $27.95s £18.99<br />

January 2012<br />

Anthropology, Gender, Islam<br />

World<br />

208 pages, 9 b&w illus., 6 x 9<br />

Cloth 978-0-253-35708-3 $70.00L £52.00<br />

Paper 978-0-253-22369-2 $24.95s £16.99<br />

eBook 978-0-253-00531-1 $20.95 £14.99<br />

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Teaching Atheism<br />

and Religion in<br />

a Volga Republic<br />

Secularism<br />

Soviet Style<br />

Teaching Atheism<br />

and Religion in a<br />

Volga Republic<br />

Sonja Luehrmann<br />

Jewish<br />

Life in<br />

21st-Century<br />

Turkey<br />

The Other Side<br />

of Tolerance<br />

Marcy<br />

Brink-Danan<br />

Jewish Life in<br />

Twenty-First-<br />

Century Turkey<br />

The Other Side<br />

of Tolerance<br />

Marcy Brink-Danan<br />

Sonja<br />

Luehrmann<br />

Secularism and religiosity in Russia,<br />

past and present<br />

Cosmopolitanism and Jewish identity<br />

in Istanbul<br />

Sonja Luehrmann explores the Soviet atheist effort to build a<br />

society without gods or spirits and its afterlife in post-Soviet<br />

religious revival. Combining archival research on atheist<br />

propaganda of the 1960s and 1970s with ethnographic fieldwork<br />

in the autonomous republic of Marij El in Russia’s Volga region,<br />

Luehrmann examines how secularist culture-building reshaped<br />

religious practice and interreligious relations. This didactic trend<br />

has parallels in globalized forms of Protestantism and Islam but<br />

differs from older uses of religious knowledge in rural Russia. At<br />

a time when the secularist modernization projects of the 20th<br />

century are widely perceived to have failed, Secularism Soviet<br />

Style emphasizes the affinities and shared histories of religious<br />

and atheist mobilizations.<br />

Sonja Luehrmann is author of Alutiiq Villages under Russian and U.S. Rule.<br />

“Well conceived from start to finish and likely to become a benchmark<br />

in its field. . . . This deeply thoughtful book should appeal to a wide<br />

range of readers.” —Bruce Grant, New York <strong>University</strong><br />

New Anthropologies of Europe<br />

Daphne Berdahl, Matti Bunzl, and Michael Herzfeld, founding editors<br />

November 2011<br />

Russia & Eastern Europe, Religion<br />

World<br />

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Turkey is famed for a history of tolerance toward minorities,<br />

and there is a growing nostalgia for the “Ottoman mosaic.” In<br />

this richly detailed study, Marcy Brink-Danan examines what it<br />

means for Jews to live as a tolerated minority in contemporary<br />

Istanbul. Often portrayed as the “good minority,” Jews in Turkey<br />

celebrate their long history in the region, yet they are subject to<br />

discrimination and their institutions are regularly threatened and<br />

periodically attacked. Brink-Danan explores the contradictions<br />

and gaps in the popular ideology of Turkey as a land of tolerance,<br />

describing how Turkish Jews manage the tensions between<br />

cosmopolitanism and patriotism, difference as Jews and sameness<br />

as Turkish citizens, tolerance and violence.<br />

Marcy Brink-Danan is Dorot Assistant Professor of Judaic Studies<br />

and Assistant Professor of Anthropology at Brown <strong>University</strong>.<br />

“Successfully struggles with applying anthropology to an urbanized<br />

and diverse community while deftly unraveling the dilemmas faced by<br />

Jews in Istanbul as they balance cosmopolitanism with maintaining a<br />

sense of who they are.” —Harvey E. Goldberg, Hebrew <strong>University</strong><br />

New Anthropologies of Europe<br />

Daphne Berdahl, Matti Bunzl, and Michael Herzfeld, founding editors<br />

<strong>Indiana</strong> series in sephardi and mizrahi studies<br />

Harvey E. Goldberg and Matthias Lehmann, editors<br />

November 2011<br />

Anthropology, Middle East, Judaica<br />

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The AnThropology<br />

of exTincTion<br />

E s s a y s o n C u l t u r E a n d<br />

s p E C i E s d E a t h<br />

The<br />

Anthropology<br />

of Extinction<br />

Essays on Culture<br />

and Species Death<br />

M u lt i t e M p o r a l r e s e a r c h<br />

a n d c o n t e M p o r a r y<br />

a n t h r o polo g y<br />

RetuRns<br />

to the<br />

Field<br />

Returns to<br />

the Field<br />

Multitemporal Research<br />

and Contemporary<br />

Anthropology<br />

Edited by<br />

Genese Marie Sodikoff<br />

Edited by Signe Howell<br />

and Aud Talle<br />

ediTed by<br />

genese MArie sodikoff<br />

EditEd by<br />

signe howell<br />

a n d<br />

aud talle<br />

Extinction as a force shaping<br />

socio-cultural and biological life<br />

We live in an era marked by an accelerating rate of species death, but<br />

since the early days of the discipline, anthropology has contemplated<br />

the death of languages, cultural groups, and ways of life. The essays<br />

in this collection examine processes and understanding of extinction<br />

across various domains. The contributors argue that extinction<br />

events can be catalysts for new cultural, social, and technological<br />

developments—that extinction processes can, paradoxically, be<br />

productive as well as destructive. The essays consider a number of<br />

publicized cases: island species in Galapagos and Madagascar; the<br />

death of Native American languages; ethnic minorities under pressure<br />

to assimilate in China; cloning as a form of species regeneration;<br />

and the tiny hominid Homo floresiensis fossils (“hobbits”) recently<br />

identified in Indonesia. The Anthropology of Extinction offers<br />

compelling explorations of issues of widespread concern.<br />

Genese Marie Sodikoff is Assistant Professor in the Department of<br />

Sociology and Anthropology at Rutgers <strong>University</strong>, Newark.<br />

How revisiting fieldwork sites shapes<br />

anthropologists’ interpretations<br />

Many anthropologists return to their original fieldwork sites<br />

a number of times during their careers, but this experience has<br />

seldom been subjected to analytic and theoretical scrutiny.<br />

The contributors to Returns to the Field have all undertaken<br />

multitemporal fieldwork—repeated visits to the same place—over<br />

periods ranging from 20 to 40 years among minority groups in<br />

Africa, Latin America, Asia, and Melanesia. Over the years of<br />

contact, these anthropologists have witnessed dramatic changes,<br />

but also the perseverance of the people they have worked with. In<br />

vivid and personal essays, the authors examine the ramifications<br />

of this type of fieldwork practice—the kind of knowledge it<br />

produces, what methodological tools are appropriate, and how<br />

relationships with people in the field site change over time.<br />

Signe Howell is Professor of Social Anthropology at the <strong>University</strong> of<br />

Oslo. She is author of The Kinning of Foreigners: Transnational Adoption in a Global<br />

Perspective; The Ethnography of Moralities; Societies at Peace: An Anthropological<br />

Perspective; and Society and Cosmos: Chewong of Peninsular Malaysia.<br />

Aud Talle is Professor of Social Anthropology at the <strong>University</strong> of Oslo.<br />

She is author of (in Norwegian) The Power of Culture: Female Circumcision<br />

as Tradition and Taboo and Women at a Loss: Changes in Maasai Pastoralism<br />

and Their Effects on Gender Relations.<br />

November 2011<br />

Anthropology<br />

World<br />

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Anthropology<br />

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F o od & C o m m u n i t y i n a<br />

V i e t n a m e s e to w n<br />

Rice Talks<br />

Food and Community<br />

in a Vietnamese Town<br />

Nir Avieli<br />

Nir Avieli<br />

Nicholas a. RobiNs<br />

MeRcuRy, MiNiNg, aNd eMpiRe<br />

MeRcuRy,<br />

MiNiNg, aNd<br />

eMpiRe<br />

The human and ecological cosT of<br />

colonial silver mining in The andes<br />

indiana university press<br />

Mercury,<br />

Mining,<br />

and Empire<br />

The Human and<br />

Ecological Cost of<br />

Colonial Silver Mining<br />

in the Andes<br />

Nicholas A. Robins<br />

The culinary life of a Vietnamese town<br />

Rice Talks explores the importance of cooking and eating in the<br />

everyday social life of Hoi An, a properous market town in central<br />

Vietnam known for its exceptionally elaborate and sophisticated<br />

local cuisine. In a vivid and highly personal account, Nir Avieli<br />

takes the reader from the private setting of the extended family<br />

meal into the public realm of the festive, extraordinary, and<br />

unique. He shows how foodways relate to class relations, gender<br />

roles, religious practices, cosmology, ethnicity, and even local and<br />

national politics. This evocative study departs from conventional<br />

anthropological research on food by stressing the rich meanings,<br />

generative capacities, and potential subversion embedded in<br />

foodways and eating.<br />

Nir Avieli is Lecturer in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology<br />

at Ben Gurion <strong>University</strong> in Israel.<br />

“In this very engaging narrative Avieli captures the flavour and<br />

richness of everyday lowland Vietnamese life, as well as the trials<br />

and tribulations of attempting to eke out a livelihood, fit within family<br />

hierarchical structures, and correctly pay homage to the necessary<br />

deities and ancestors.” —Sarah Turner, McGill <strong>University</strong><br />

January 2012<br />

Anthropology, Asia, Food Studies<br />

World<br />

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Mercury pollution’s effects on the<br />

indigenous peoples of Peru and Bolivia<br />

On the basis of an examination of the colonial mercury and<br />

silver production processes and related labor systems, Mercury,<br />

Mining, and Empire investigates the effects of mercury pollution<br />

in colonial Huancavelica, Peru, and Potosí in present-day Bolivia.<br />

The book presents a multifaceted and interwoven tale of what<br />

colonial exploitation of indigenous peoples and resources left<br />

in its wake. It is a socio-ecological history that explores the<br />

toxic interrelationships between mercury and silver production,<br />

urban environments, and the people who lived and worked in<br />

them. Nicholas A. Robins tells the story of how native peoples<br />

in the region were conscripted into the noxious ranks of foot<br />

soldiers of proto-globalism, and how their fate, and that of their<br />

communities, was—and still is—chained to it.<br />

Nicholas A. Robins is Lecturer in the Department of History at<br />

North Carolina State <strong>University</strong>. He is author of Native Insurgencies and<br />

the Genocidal Impulse in the Americas (IUP, 2005) and editor (with Adam<br />

Jones) of Genocides by the Oppressed: Subaltern Genocide in Theory and<br />

Practice (IUP, 2009), among other works.<br />

“This is interdisciplinary history at its best. A path-breaking study<br />

that . . . will certainly be a ‘must-read’ book.” —David Cahill, <strong>University</strong><br />

of New South Wales<br />

August 2011<br />

Environmental, Latin America & the Caribbean<br />

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the<br />

individual<br />

and tradition<br />

F o l k l o r i s t i c P e r s p e c t i v e s<br />

edited by<br />

ray cashman, tom mould,<br />

and pravina shukla<br />

The Individual<br />

and Tradition<br />

Folkloristic<br />

Perspectives<br />

Edited by Ray Cashman,<br />

Tom Mould, and<br />

Pravina Shukla<br />

Storytelling on the<br />

Northern Irish Border<br />

C h a r ac t e r s a n d Com m u n i t y<br />

Ray Cashman<br />

Storytelling<br />

on the<br />

Northern<br />

Irish Border<br />

Characters<br />

and Community<br />

Ray Cashman<br />

Winner,<br />

Donald Murphy Award<br />

for Distinguished First Book,<br />

American Conference<br />

for Irish Studies<br />

Winner, 2009 Chicago<br />

Folklore Prize<br />

Performer-centered studies of folk artists<br />

Profiles of artists and performers from around the world form<br />

the basis of this innovative volume that explores the many ways<br />

individuals engage with, carry on, revive, and create tradition.<br />

Leading scholars in folklore studies consider how the field has<br />

addressed the relationship between performer and tradition and<br />

examine theoretical issues involved in fieldwork and the analysis<br />

and dissemination of scholarship in the context of relationships<br />

with the performers. These vivid case studies exemplify the best<br />

of performer-centered ethnography.<br />

Ray Cashman is Associate Professor of English and Folklore Studies at<br />

Ohio State <strong>University</strong>.<br />

Tom Mould is Associate Professor of Anthropology and director of<br />

PERCS, the Program for Ethnographic Research and Community Studies,<br />

at Elon <strong>University</strong>. He is author of Choctaw Prophecy: A Legacy of the Future<br />

and Choctaw Tales.<br />

Pravina Shukla is Associate Professor of Folklore and Ethnomusicology<br />

at <strong>Indiana</strong> <strong>University</strong> Bloomington and author of The Grace of Four Moons<br />

(IUP, 2007).<br />

Published in association with the Folklore Institute, <strong>Indiana</strong> <strong>University</strong><br />

Special Publications of the Folklore Institute, <strong>Indiana</strong> <strong>University</strong><br />

October 2011<br />

Folklore<br />

World<br />

504 pages, 50 b&w illus., 6 x 9<br />

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Folklore and identity in Northern Ireland<br />

Folklore is crucial to life in Aghyaran, a mixed Catholic-Protestant<br />

border community in Northern Ireland. Neighbors socialize<br />

during wakes and ceilis (informal nighttime gatherings) without<br />

regard to religious, ethnic, or political affiliations. The witty,<br />

sometimes raucous stories swapped on these occasions offer a<br />

window into community and identity in the wake of decades of<br />

violent conflict and change. Through local character anecdotes,<br />

participants explore the nature of community and identity in ways<br />

that may transcend exclusively Catholic or Protestant sectarian<br />

histories and identities.<br />

Ray Cashman is Associate Professor in the Department of English and<br />

the Center for Folklore Studies at Ohio State <strong>University</strong><br />

“An intriguing read for those interested in folklore, ethnography,<br />

and the role of stories in shaping a community. . . .Recommended.”<br />

—Choice<br />

“It is rare to read a book so clearly and intelligently expressed. . . . [A]<br />

n important contribution to both the study of Irish folk culture, and<br />

to the study of artistic speech.” —Jack Santino, Bowling Green State<br />

<strong>University</strong><br />

September 2011<br />

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World<br />

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Pottery collectors will find a<br />

wealth of photos in “Clay Times<br />

Three,” a representative sampling of<br />

pieces found in each Pottery. There<br />

are also historical photos by Nashville<br />

photographer Frank Hohenberger,<br />

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<strong>University</strong>, Bloomington.<br />

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indispensable resource for your<br />

library.<br />

KATHY M. MCKIMMIE, <strong>Indiana</strong>polis,<br />

is a freelance writer and editor, and<br />

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Brown County. Most of her career<br />

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<strong>Indiana</strong> art auctions. She is a columnist<br />

for AntiqueWeek, and has written<br />

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and Overbeck Pottery, Cambridge<br />

City, <strong>Indiana</strong>.<br />

Cover design by Jane Tenenbaum<br />

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an accomplished potter, move to<br />

Bloomington and carry on their<br />

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