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Jewish Communities on the Ohio River: A History

by Amy Hill Shevitz

In Jewish Communities on the Ohio River, Amy Hill Shevitz chronicles the settlement and development of small Jewish communities in towns along the river. In these small towns, Jewish citizens created networks...

From My Cold, Dead Hands: Charlton Heston and American Politics

by Emilie Raymond

Charlton Heston is perhaps most famous for his portrayal of Moses in Cecil B. DeMille's epic The Ten Commandments and for his Academy Award-winning performance in the 1959 classic Ben-Hur. Throughout his long...

Freedom to Offend: How New York Remade Movie Culture

by Raymond J. , Jr. Haberski

In the postwar era, producers and consumers of cinema began to demand more freedom to make and view movies that accurately portrayed the complexities of real life. In Freedom to Offend, Raymond J. Haberski Jr....

Freedom of the Screen: Legal Challenges to State Film Censorship, 1915-1981

by Laura Wittern-Keller

Between 1907 and 1980, many state and local governments empowered motion picture censor boards with the legal authority to keep any movie they considered obscene, indecent, or harmful from being shown. Although...

The First Cold Warrior: Harry Truman, Containment, and the Remaking of Liberal Internationalism

by Elizabeth Edwards Spalding

From the moment he took the oath of office in April 1945, Harry Truman was required to make difficult decisions in an increasingly dangerous world. The results -- notably the Truman Doctrine, the Marshall Plan,...

Endkampf: Soldiers, Civilians, and the Death of the Third Reich

by Stephen G. Fritz

At the end of World War II, Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, fearing that retreating Germans would consolidate large numbers of troops in an Alpine stronghold and from there conduct a protracted guerilla war, turned...

Blind Alley

Eve Duncan #5

by Iris Johansen

The New York Times bestselling author of Firestorm, Iris Johansen, returns with a psychological thriller so terrifying, so relentlessly paced, it won’t leave you time to catch your breath before the next shock...

Drawing the Line: The Untold Story of the Animation Unions from Bosko to Bart Simpson

by Tom Sito

As cartoons and animated features became an increasingly important part of the entertainment business, the production of cartoons industrialized to meet growing demands for the new global media. Artists adopted...

Deforming American Political Thought: Ethnicity, Facticity, and Genre

by Michael J. Shapiro

By affirming the relativity of the American historical imagination, political theorist Michael J. Shapiro offers a powerful polemic against ethnocentric interpretations of American culture and politics. Deforming...

Days of Darkness: The Feuds of Eastern Kentucky

by John Ed Pearce

Among the darkest corners of Kentucky's past are the grisly feuds that tore apart the hills of eastern Kentucky from the late nineteenth century until well into the twentieth. Now, from the tangled threads of...

The Essential Agrarian Reader: The Future of Culture, Community, and the Land

by Norman Wirzba

" WITH A FOREWORD BY BARBARA KINGSOLVER A compelling worldview with advocates from around the globe, agrarianism challenges the shortcomings of our industrial and technological economy. Not simply focused on...

Cecil B. DeMille's Hollywood

by Robert S. Birchard

" ""Far and away the best film book published so far this year.""--National Board of Review Cecil B. DeMille was the most successful filmmaker in early Hollywood history. Cecil B. DeMille's Hollywood is a detailed...

Brigadier General John D. Imboden: Confederate Commander in the Shenandoah

by Spencer C. Tucker

" John D. Imboden is an important but often overlooked figure in Civil War history. With only limited militia training, the Virginia lawyer and politician rose to the rank of brigadier general in the Confederate...

Basil Wilson Duke, CSA: The Right Man in the Right Place

by Gary R. Matthews

After practicing law for several years in St. Louis, Basil Wilson Duke (1838--1916) enlisted in the Confederate army in 1861 and was elected first lieutenant of John Hunt Morgan's legendary cavalry unit. As...

American Racist: The Life and Films of Thomas Dixon

by Anthony Slide

" Thomas Dixon has a notorious reputation as the writer of the source material for D.W. Griffith's groundbreaking and controversial 1915 feature film The Birth of a Nation. Perhaps unfairly, Dixon has been branded...

Agrarianism and the Good Society: Land, Culture, Conflict, and Hope

by Eric T. Freyfogle

Every society expresses its fundamental values and hopes in the ways it shapes and inhabits its landscapes. In this literate and wide-ranging exploration, Eric T. Freyfogle raises difficult questions about American...

African American Fraternities and Sororities: The Legacy and the Vision

by Tamara L. Brown, Gregory S. Parks & Clarenda M. Phillips

The first African American fraternities and sororities were established at the turn of the twentieth century to encourage leadership, racial pride, and academic excellence among black college students confronting...

The Black Path

Rebecka Martinsson #3

by Asa Larsson

A grisly torture-murder, a haunting northern Sweden backdrop, and a dark drama of twisted sexuality collide memorably in Åsa Larsson’s masterpiece of suspense—a tale of menace, hope, longing, and darkness...

Beyond the Epic: The Life and Films of David Lean

by Gene D. Phillips

Two-time Academy Award winner Sir David Lean (1908-1991) was a prominent director in the world of twentieth-century cinema, responsible for such classics as The Bridge on the River Kwai, Doctor Zhivago, and...

Berea College: An Illustrated History

by Shannon H. Wilson

Berea College's spiritual motto, "God has made of one blood all peoples of the earth," has shaped the institution's unique culture and programs since its founding in 1855. Founder John G. Fee, an ardent abolitionist,...