A dual biography, including extracts from letters and journals, of two iconic American writers who were also best friends.
The first novel by Wald, an accomplished poet, Gillyflower is a supernatural detective story and love story set in Boston in 1984.
As told to Branzburg by one of the pioneers of the women’s and gay and lesbian liberation movements, this memoir exhibits how a person can be both shaped by and shape their times.
Issues of environmental protection and sustainability are critically important in today’s worlds of business, policy, and public understanding. Hoffman and his co-author provide a guide for scholars and researchers who wish to orient themselves within this rapidly evolving intellectual landscape.
Hoping that organization theory will help us plot a different course, Hoffman and his co-author survey our entry into the Anthropocene Era, a period marked by human impact on Earth systems through climate change, chemical waste, habitat destruction, and species extinction.
A hands-on presentation of data analysis applied to biological systems, including biostatistics, analysis of variance, and mathematical epidemiology (modeling the spread of contagious disease).
A true crime story of Lucas Leonard’s death at the hands of his parents, sister, and other members of the Word of Life Christian Church, a cult in Central New York.
In this urban fantasy, a Fae Seer and the Fae Patriarch of Boston’s criminal underworld fall in love—despite their best intentions—setting off a tale of ambition, betrayal, and revenge.
A year in the life of an 11-year-old gay African American boy in the early 1970s, a time of desegregation, racism, bullying, and homophobia.
Hoberman combines literary history and geography to restore Jewish American writers to their roles as critical members of the American literary landscape from the 1850s to the present.
A collection of demi-sonnets, a poetic form invented by the author.
A narrated and curated adventure and journey into the land of C.G. Jung’s psychology, focusing on his conception of archetypes. This book, 13 years in the making, represents the author’s personal as well as academic passion.
This collection demonstrates that psychoanalytic principles can be applied successfully in disenfranchised Latino populations, refuting the misguided idea that psychoanalysis is an expensive luxury only for the wealthy.
A memoir about white racial identity and social justice by an anti-racist writer and teacher.
Contributors use Cultural Discourse Analysis, a methodology developed by Carbaugh, to examine pressing communication issues across the globe.
This nuanced history of black foodways challenges traditional narratives of “soul food” as a singular style of historical African American cuisine.
What do great adventurers eat on their expeditions? Güzey explores personal accounts, news articles and anecdotes to highlight how food has accompanied mountaineers, desert travelers, soldiers, and pilgrims—and also how disasters happen when we fail to manage our food.
An accessible overview of the ways that key areas of technology have impacted global ecosystems and natural communities.
This book, which has won South Africa’s prestigious Hiddingh-Currie Book Award for Academic Excellence, chronicles Cape Town’s Magnet Theatre, known for its extensive community work and for assisting in social healing during a turbulent period in South African history.
A reflective drama set in Guatemala about love, loss, and queer desire lived in the shadows of a culture defined by crime, violence, macho attitudes, strict religious beliefs, and binding family ties. This film had its world premiere at the Venice Film Festival in September 2018.