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  1. American Unexceptionalism

    ... established traditions, has something of a new story to tell about individuals and communities in the post-9/11 era. Knapp’s argument about the waning of the alienation theme and its replacement with fragile, ...

    athmas - March 2018

  2. Breaking Boundaries

    ... in every sense, Breaking Boundaries asks fresh questions about traditional stalwarts, 'regionalizes' figures hitherto examined under ... “This is an excellent anthology. It complicates our ideas about 'regionalism,' links nineteenth- and twentieth-century writers, places ...

    kraken - March 2018

  3. A Naturalist amid Tropical Splendor

    ... is a beautifully written account of life, especially about bird behavior, in tropical America, and it is full of fascinating tidbits about hummingbirds, oropendolas, castlebuilders, and more. It rests squarely on ...

    kraken - March 2018

  4. Transatlantic Stowe

    ... Full of engaging essays that challenge conventional notions about Stowe’s work—even quite recent criticism about Stowe’s regionalism—and present new insights about Stowe’s role in ...

    kraken - March 2018

  5. My Iowa Journey

    ... higher education. His personal history is very instructive about academic culture in the context of the larger society. Clearly, there ... of the human spirit. In reading his story, we learn not only about his rich life but also about important aspects of Iowa history and the ...

    kraken - March 2018

  6. Representing the Past

    ... India and China. Considering not only how historians think about these concepts in their research and writing but more pointedly—and ...

    jamccoy - March 2018

  7. Nature and Culture in the Northern Forest

    ... in “Teaching and Learning” question our assumptions about education and scholarship by proposing invigorating collaborations ... literary and cultural development to help us think about the affiliations between place and citizenship. In “Nature as ... from the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries thought about nature as a product and, thus, how their conclusions bear on the ...

    kraken - March 2018

  8. China Lake

    ... timely. ”— The Brooklyn Rail “No two ways about it, Barret Baumgart’s  China Lake  is a brilliant, often hilarious, ... into a fast-paced, engaging and very personal narrative about our greatest existential threat: rapidly changing global climate. This is ...

    crainey - March 2018

  9. Between the Heartbeats

    ... “This volume of poetry and prose is written by nurses about their experiences of caring. It describes their disasters, their ... community of nurses write honestly and compassionately about their work. By unsentimentally translating out suffering into prose and ...

    kraken - March 2018

  10. Equal Before the Law

    ... important need, and does it very well. Much has been written about the fight for LGBT rights at the national level, but the progress we have ... entirely at the state level, and too little has been written about that. This insightful, informative, and well-written account of the fight ...

    adncn - March 2018