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Cultures of Femininity in Modern Fashion

by Ilya Parkins, Elizabeth M. Sheehan & Rita Felski

An interdisciplinary collection illuminating how fashion shaped concepts and practices of femininity and modernity

Global Trade and Visual Arts in Federal New England

by Patricia Johnston & Caroline Frank

The impact of global trade on early American visual and material culture

Sacramental Shopping: Louisa May Alcott, Edith Wharton, and the Spirit of Modern Consumerism

by Sarah Way Sherman

Illuminates modern consumer culture and its challenges to American identity and values in two classic novels

The Devil's Cormorant: A Natural History

by Richard J. King

A journey through the history, biology, and culture of the misunderstood cormorant

The Best Revenge: Short Stories

by Rebecca Rule

Cold honesty, grudging acceptance, and sweet revenge: facing down the demons in small-town New Hampshire.

Dressed as in a Painting: Women and British Aestheticism in an Age of Reform

by Kimberly Wahl

The impact of the Aesthetic movement on women and women’s fashion

Transatlantic Traffic and (Mis)Translations

by Robin Peel & Daniel Maudlin

A collection problematizing American and British intellectual transactions

Margaret Fuller and Her Circles

A Newer World: Politics, Money, Technology, and What's Really Being Done to Solve the Climate Crisis

by William F. Hewitt & William K. Reilly

An environmentalist’s exploration of how we are bringing ourselves to the beginning of the end of the climate crisis and to the verge of sustainability

The Ice Chronicles: The Quest to Understand Global Climate Change

by Paul Andrew Mayewski, Frank White & Lynn Margulis

An exciting account of revolutionary new discoveries for understanding the earth's climate, and their implications for future scientific research and global environmental policy.

Milk Money: Cash, Cows, and the Death of the American Dairy Farm

by Kirk Kardashian & Bernie Sanders

The failing economics of the traditional small dairy farm, the rise of the factory mega-farm with its resultant pollution and disease, and the uncertain future of milk

I, Lobster: A Crustacean Odyssey

by Nancy Frazier

A consideration of the lobster in history, myth, art, literature, and cuisine

The Leap: How to Survive and Thrive in the Sustainable Economy

by Chris Turner

An elegant argument for a bold new economic direction

From Gift to Commodity: Capitalism and Sacrifice in Nineteenth-Century American Fiction

by Hildegard Hoeller

Fascinating analysis of the significance of the gift, and its increasingly complicated role in an emerging capitalist order, in nineteenth-century American fiction

Slavic Sins of the Flesh: Food, Sex, and Carnal Appetite in Nineteenth-Century Russian Fiction

by Ronald D. LeBlanc

A pathbreaking “gastrocritical” approach to the poetics of Dostoevsky, Tolstoy, and their contemporaries

The Changing Nature of the Maine Woods

Thinking America: New England Intellectuals and the Varieties of American Identity

by Andrew Taylor

A penetrating literary and philosophical examination of major figures in the development of American intellectual culture, from Emerson to Santayana

Slavery and Sentiment: The Politics of Feeling in Black Atlantic Antislavery Writing, 1770-1850

by Christine Levecq

Illuminates the political dimensions of American and British antislavery texts written by blacks

Transatlantic Women: Nineteenth-Century American Women Writers and Great Britain

by Beth L. L. Lueck, Brigitte Bailey & Lucinda L. L. Damon-Bach

Highlights the social and textual complexity of the transatlantic world for American women writers

Fever Reading: Affect and Reading Badly in the Early American Public Sphere

by Michael Millner

An intricate account of how the early U.S. public sphere was shaped by debates over “good” and “bad” forms of reading, including pornographic reading, scandal reading, and religious reading