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Mining and the Environment: International Perspectives on Public Policy

by Roderick G. Eggert

For centuries, denuded landscapes, fouled streams, and dirty air were accepted by society as part of the price that had to be paid for mineral production. Even initial environmental legislation devised by industrialized...


Mineral Wealth and Economic Development

by John E. Tilton

Many low-income mineral-exporting countries have seen their per capita income decline or their standards of living stagnate over the last several decades. Is it possible, contrary to natural expectations, that...


The Machine That Sings: Modernism, Hart Crane and the Culture of the Body

by Gordon A. Tapper

Examining how Crane's corporeal aesthetic informs poems written across the span of his career, The Machine That Sings focuses on four texts in which Crane's preoccupation with the body reaches its apoge. Tapper...


Readings in Risk

by Theodore S. Glickman & Michael Gough

Developed for use as a reference work in graduate and undergraduate courses as well as for researchers, policymakers, and interested laypersons, the book is a unique collection of authoritative yet accessible...


Markets for Federal Water: Subsidies, Property Rights, and the Bureau of Reclamation

by Richard W. Wahl

This book clearly and authoritatively addresses significant issues of water policy in the western United States at a time when the growing scarcity of western water and the role of the Bureau of Reclamation...


Using Surveys to Value Public Goods: The Contingent Valuation Method

by Robert Cameron Mitchell & Richard T. Carson

Economists and others have long believed that by balancing the costs of such public goods as air quality and wilderness areas against their benefits, informed policy choices can be made. But the problem of putting...


The Economic Value of Water

by Diana C. Gibbons

Gibbons examines the water supply problem through five case studies. The problems faced by these regions and the methods suggested to overcome them provide excellent models for the entire United States. The...


Master Narratives and Their Discontents

by James Elkins

In this bracing engagement with the many versions of art history, James Elkins argues that the story of modernism and postmodernism is almost always told in terms of four narratives. Works of art are either...


Routledge Guide to Broadway

by Ken Bloom

The Routledge Guide to Broadway is the second title in our new student reference series. It will introduce the student to the Broadway theater, focusing on key performers, writers, directors, plays, and musicals,...


Venus in the Dark: Blackness and Beauty in Popular Culture

by Janell Hobson

Western culture has long been fascinated by black women, but a history of enslavement and colonial conquest has variously labeled black women's bodies as "exotic" and "grotesque." In this remarkable cultural...


Ways Around Modernism

by Stephen Bann

Stephen Bann examines the arguments for the centrality of French modernist painting. He begins by focusing particularly on the notion of the modernist break, as it has been interpreted with regard to painters...


Stage Lighting Handbook

by Francis Reid

The Stage Lighting Handbook is well established as the classic practical lighting guide. The book explains the process of designing lighting for all forms of stage production and describes the equipment used....


Photography Theory

by James Elkins

Photography Theory presents forty of the world's most active art historians and theorists, including Victor Burgin, Joel Snyder, Rosalind Krauss, Alan Trachtenberg, Geoffrey Batchen, Carol Squiers, Margaret...


Is Art History Global?

by James Elkins

This is the third volume in The Art Seminar, James Elkin's series of conversations on art and visual studies.

Is Art History Global? stages an international conversation among art historians and critics on the...


True Crime: Observations on Violence and Modernity

by Mark Seltzer

True crime is crime fact that looks like crime fiction. It is one of the most popular genres of our pathological public sphere, and an integral part of our contemporary wound culture-a culture, or at least cult,...


Idioms of Self Interest: Credit, Identity, and Property in English Renaissance Literature

by Jill Phillips Ingram

Idioms of Self-Interest uncovers an emerging social integration of economic self-interest in early modern England by examining literary representations of credit relationships in which individuals are both held...


Audition Speeches for 6-16 Year Olds

by Jean Marlow

Audition Speeches for 6-16 Year Olds offers a generous helping of carefully selected speeches that children can prepare for auditions. Each speech is introduced with commentary to set the scene and help the...


Flagging Patriotism: Crises of Narcissism and Anti-Americanism

by Ella Shohat & Robert Stam

The question "Why do they hate us?" is one of the most oft-cited puzzles of contemporary American affairs, yet it's not clear to whom "they" or "us" refers, nor even what "hate" means. In this bold new work,...


Reading in Detail: Aesthetics and the Feminine

by Naomi Schor

Who cares about details? As Naomi Schor explains in her highly influential book, we do-but it has not always been so. The interest in detail--in art, in literature, and as an aesthetic category--is the product...


Inventing the Child

by John Zornado

Now in paperback, Inventing the Child is a highly entertaining, humorous, and at times acerbic account of what it means to be a child (and a parent) in America at the dawn of the new millennium. J. Zornado explores...