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The Secret Life of Genius: How 24 Great Men and Women Were Touched by Spiritual Worlds

Tips for Better Baking

by Lucy Young

Lucy Young provides expert advice on everything you need to know to become a better baker. This handy reference will show you how to make the perfect cake and includes a q&a solving the most frequently asked...


A Fiery Peace in a Cold War: Bernard Schriever and the Ultimate Weapon

by Neil Sheehan

From Neil Sheehan, author of the Pulitzer Prize—winning classic A Bright Shining Lie, comes this long-awaited, magnificent epic. Here is the never-before-told story of the nuclear arms race that changed history–and...


Women's Movements in Twentieth-Century Taiwan

by Doris T. Chang

This book is the first in English to consider women's movements and feminist discourses in twentieth-century Taiwan. Doris T. Chang examines the way in which Taiwanese women in the twentieth century selectively...


Intimate Issues: Twenty-One Questions Christian Women Ask about Sex

by Linda Dillow & Lorraine Pintus

Intimate Issues answers the twenty-one questions about sex most frequently asked by Christian wives, as determined by a nationwide poll of over one thousand women. Written from the perspective of two mature...


Empty Pastures: Confined Animals and the Transformation of the Rural Landscape

by Terence J. Centner

Over the past century American agriculture has shifted dramatically, with small, commercial farms finding it increasingly difficult to compete with large-scale (mostly indoor) animal feeding operations (AFOs)....


Choreographies of African Identities: Negritude, Dance, and the National Ballet of Senegal

by Francesca Castaldi

Choreographies of African Identities traces interconnected interpretative frameworks around and about the National Ballet of Senegal. Using the metaphor of a dancing circle Castaldi's arguments cover the full...


James and Dewey on Belief and Experience

by Donald Capps & John M. Capps

Donald Capps and John Capps's James and Dewey on Belief and Experience juxtaposes the key writings of two philosophical superstars. As fathers of Pragmatism, America's unique contribution to world philosophy,...


If Beale Street Could Talk: Music, Community, Culture

by Robert Cantwell

Seeking to demonstrate the intimate connections among our public, political, and personal lives, these essays by Robert Cantwell explore the vernacular culture of everyday life as a way of understanding the...


Proust's Deadline

by Christine M. Cano

Marcel Prousts multivolume masterpiece, À la recherche du temps perdu, began to appear in 1913. Over the next fifty years, it gained a reputation as one of the greatest literary works of the twentieth century....


Barrelhouse Words: A Blues Dialect Dictionary

by Stephen Calt

This fascinating compendium explains the most unusual, obscure, and curious words and expressions from vintage blues music. Utilizing both documentary evidence and invaluable interviews with a number of now-deceased...


Place Names of Illinois

by Edward Callary

This comprehensive guide illuminates how the history and culture of Illinois are embedded in the names of its towns, cities, and other geographical features. Edward Callary unearths the origins of names of nearly...


Harlem vs. Columbia University: Black Student Power in the Late 1960s

by Stefan M. Bradley

In 1968-69, Columbia University became the site for a collision of American social movements. Black Power, student power, antiwar, New Left, and Civil Rights movements all clashed with local and state politics...


All Things Human: Henry Codman Potter and the Social Gospel in the Episcopal Church

by Michael Bourgeois

In addition to being the sixth bishop of the Diocese of New York, Henry Codman Potter (1835-1908) was a prominent voice in the Social Gospel movement of the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. This...


City of Clerks: Office and Sales Workers in Philadelphia, 1870-1920

by Jerome P. Bjelopera

Below the middle class managers and professionals yet above the skilled blue-collar workers, sales and office workers occupied an intermediate position in urban America's social structure during the age of smokestacks....


How Free Can Religion Be?

by Randall P. Bezanson

Randall P. Bezanson's How Free Can Religion Be? explores the Supreme Court's varied history of interpreting the religious guarantees outlined in the First Amendment. The book discusses eight provocative Supreme...


Nietzsche: Attempt at a Mythology

by Ernst Bertram & Robert E. Norton

First published in 1918, Ernst Bertrams Nietzsche: Attempt at a Mythology substantially shaped the image of Nietzsche for the generation between the wars. It won the Nietzsche Societys first prize and was admired...


Without a Tear: Our Tragic Relationship with Animals

by Mark H. Bernstein

In Without a Tear Mark H. Bernstein begins with one of our most common and cherished moral beliefs: that it is wrong to intentionally and gratuitously inflict harm on the innocent. Over the course of the book,...


Rachel in the World: A Memoir

by Jane Bernstein

What happens when love is no longer enough? Jane Bernstein thought that learning to accept her daughters disabilities meant her struggles were over. But as Rachel grew up and needed more than a parents devotion,...


Real Time: Accelerating Narrative from Balzac to Zola

by David F. Bell

_x000B_In Real Time David F. Bell explores the decisive impact the accelerated movement of people and information had on the fictions of four giants of French realism--Balzac, Stendhal, Dumas, and Zola. Nineteenth-century...