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"American Farms, American Food bridges the gap between agricultural production and food studies allowing readers to learn about both subjects up close and in detail. Beyond th…more
- The artist in EdoGet This Now!
"A historic first showing outside Japan of Itō Jakuchū's thirty-scroll series Colorful Realm of Living Beings (c. 1757-1766) at the National Gallery of Art was the occasio…more
- Insurgent women: female combatants in civil warsGet This Now!
"Why do women go to war? Despite the reality that female combatants exist the world over, we still know relatively little about who these women are, what motivates them to tak…more
- The Hollywood Jim Crow: the racial politics of the movie industryGet This Now!
The story of racial hierarchy in the American film industry The #OscarsSoWhite campaign, and the content of the leaked Sony emails which revealed, among many other things, tha…more
- Children's literature and imaginative geographyGet This Now!
"Where do children travel when they read a story? In this collection, scholars and authors explore the imaginative geography of a wide range of places, from those of Indigenou…more
- Direct deliberative democracy: how citizens can ruleGet This Now!
As American politics becomes ever more dominated by powerful vested interests, positive change seems permanently stymied. Left out in the cold by the political process, citize…more
- Japan's "new deal" for China: propaganda aimed at Americans before Pearl HarborGet This Now!
"In the decade leading up to the attack on Pearl Harbor, at a time when Japan was expanding its influence in Asia, several Japanese institutions set about trying to convince A…more
- JapanGet This Now!
"Japan, anchored by its traditions, transformed by American post-war Occupation, and globally recognized for its technological innovations, manufacturing prowess and pop cultu…more
- Monstrous fictions: reflections on John Calvin in a time of culture warGet This Now!
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"Homer McCarty adopts the voice of seven-year-old Buck to recollect his own life growing up in rugged southern Utah Territory in the late 1800s. Although Buck's reflections ar…more
- Slave no more: self-liberation before abolitionism in the AmericasGet This Now!
"Commanding a vast historiography of slavery and emancipation, Aline Helg argues that significant numbers of enslaved Africans and their descendants across the entire Western …more
- Headcase: LGBTQ writers & artists on mental health and wellnessGet This Now!
"Headcase is a groundbreaking collection of personal reflections and artistic representations illustrating the intersection of mental wellness, illness, and LGBTQ identity, as…more