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What Remains
What Remains (July 2020)
The Suitcases of Charles F. at Willard State Hospital
Ilan Stavans - Essay by
Jon Crispin - Photographer

Combining photography and essay, presents a speculative portrait of a Jewish immigrant living out the end of his days in New York’s midcentury mental health system.

After the closure of Willard Psychiatric Center on New York’s Seneca Lake in 1995, more than four hundred abandoned suitcases were discovered in its attic, containing thousands of personal possessions belonging to former patients. Three of the suitcases w...(Read More)
 
 
Mediaevalia - Annual
Mediaevalia - Annual (May 2020)
An Interdisciplinary Journal of Medieval Studies Worldwide


Winner of the 2012 Phoenix Award for Significant Editorial Achievement, presented by The Council of Editors of Learned Journals.

An annual journal on all aspects of medieval and early Renaissance culture to 1500.

One of the first multidisciplinary journals in North America, Mediaevalia was founded in 1975 and continues to provide a forum for innovative scholarship across a variety of fields in the Middle Age...(Read More)
 
 
Ceremony Men
Ceremony Men (May 2020)
Making Ethnography and the Return of the Strehlow Collection
Jason M. Gibson - Author

Rethinks the role of Indigenous and non-Indigenous interactions in the production of ethnographic museum collections.

By analyzing one of the world’s greatest collections of Indigenous song, myth, and ceremony—the collections of linguist/anthropologist T. G. H. Strehlow—Ceremony Men demonstrates how inextricably intertwined ethnographic collections can become in complex his...(Read More)
 
 
Mediaevalia Volume #41
Mediaevalia Volume #41, (05/2020)


 
 
Atlantic Transformations
Atlantic Transformations (April 2020)
Empire, Politics, and Slavery during the Nineteenth Century
Dale W. Tomich - Editor

Calls attention to the political, economic, and cultural interdependence and interaction of global and local forces shaping the Atlantic world of the nineteenth century.

This book presents a new approach to nineteenth-century Atlantic history by extending the analytical perspective of the second slavery to questions of empire, colonialism, and slavery. With a focus on Latin America, Brazil, the Spanish Caribbean, and the United ...(Read More)
 
 
The Holocaust and Masculinities
The Holocaust and Masculinities (April 2020)
Critical Inquiries into the Presence and Absence of Men
Björn Krondorfer - Editor
Ovidiu Creangă - Editor

Critically assesses the experiences of men in the Holocaust.

In recent decades, scholarship has turned to the role of gender in the Holocaust, but rarely has it critically investigated the experiences of men as gendered beings. Beyond the clear observation that most perpetrators of murder were male, men were also victims, survivors, bystanders, beneficiaries, accomplices, and enablers; they negotiated roles as fathers, spouses,...(Read More)
 
 
Bringing the Nation Back In
Bringing the Nation Back In (March 2020)
Cosmopolitanism, Nationalism, and the Struggle to Define a New Politics
Mark Luccarelli - Editor
Rosario Forlenza - Editor
Steven Colatrella - Editor

Argues that concern with the nation and national community will be a key factor in redefining twenty-first-century politics.

Bringing the Nation Back In takes as its starting point a series of developments that shaped politics in the United States and Europe over the past thirty years: the end of the Cold War, the rise of financial and economic globalization, the creation of the European Union, and the development of the ...(Read More)
 
 
Enterprising Waters
Enterprising Waters (March 2020)
The History and Art of New York's Erie Canal
Brad L. Utter - Author
Ashley Hopkins-Benton - With
Karen E. Quinn - With
Thomas X. Grasso - Foreword by

Chronicles the story of the Erie Canal from its inception to today.

One of the largest public works projects in American history, the Erie Canal inspired a nationwide transportation revolution and directed the course of New York and American history. When completed in 1825, the engineering marvel unlocked the Western interior for trade and settlement, boomtowns sprang up along the...(Read More)
 
 
A Survivor Named Trauma
A Survivor Named Trauma (February 2020)
Holocaust Memory in Lithuania
Myra Sklarew - Author

Combines personal accounts with insights from psychology to understand the continuing impact of Holocaust trauma in Lithuania.

A Survivor Named Trauma examines the nature of trauma and memory as they relate to the Holocaust in Lithuania. How do we behave under threat? How do we remember extreme danger? How do subsequent generations deal with their histories—wheth...(Read More)
 
 
The Aesthetics of Senescence
The Aesthetics of Senescence (January 2020)
Aging, Population, and the Nineteenth-Century British Novel
Andrea Charise - Author

Investigates how nineteenth-century British literature grappled with a new understanding of aging as both an individual and collective experience.

The Aesthetics of Senescence investigates how chronological age has come to possess far-reaching ideological, ethical, and aesthetic implications, both in the past and present. Andrea Charise argues that authors of the nineteenth...(Read More)
 
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