More than 30 university presses and hundreds of authors are part of Path to Open, a new program that supports the publishing of open access scholarly monographs. The first 100 books will be released on JSTOR in the fall of 2023, with an additional 300 titles being published annually during the term of the pilot, 2024-2026.

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The collection features peer-reviewed monographs in disciplines across the humanities and social sciences, with an emphasis on works that bring forward diverse perspectives and ideas.

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  • 2023 Titles
    Abraham Lincoln and the Bible: A Complete Compendium
    Author(s): Gordon Leidner
    Press: Southern Illinois University Press
    Discipline(s): Language & Literature; Religion
    An Appeal in Favor of That Class of Americans Called Africans, Revised and Updated Edition
    Author(s): Lydia Maria Child; edited by Carolyn Karcher
    Press: University of Massachusetts Press
    Discipline(s): African American Studies; Language & Literature
    Apartheid’s Leviathan: Electricity and the Power of Technological Ambivalence
    Author(s): Faeeza Ballim
    Press: Ohio University Press
    Discipline(s): Sociology; Technology
    As Legend Has It: History, Heritage, and the Construction of Swedish American Identity
    Author(s): Jennifer Eastman Attebery
    Press: University of Wisconsin Press
    Discipline(s): Sociology; Folklore; Cultural Studies
    Awakening the Ashes: An Intellectual History of the Haitian Revolution
    Author(s): Marlene L. Daut
    Press: University of North Carolina Press
    Discipline(s): Latin American Studies; History
    Beyond Othering: A Gandhian Approach to Conflict Resolution in India and Pakistan
    Author(s): Debidatta Aurobinda Mahapatra and Seema Shekhawat
    Press: Syracuse University Press
    Discipline(s): Political Science; Peace & Conflict
    Blood and Ink: The Barbary Archive in Early American Literary History
    Author(s): Jacob Crane
    Press: University of Massachusetts Press
    Discipline(s): Language & Literature; History
    Book Anatomy: Body Politics and the Materiality of Indigenous Book History
    Author(s): Amy Gore
    Press: University of Massachusetts Press
    Discipline(s): American Indian Studies; Language & Literature
    Cantonese: Since the Nineteenth Century
    Author(s): Hung-nin Samuel Cheung
    Press: Chinese University of Hong Kong Press
    Discipline(s): Linguistics
    Captivity’s Collections: Natural History and the British Transatlantic Slave Trade
    Author(s): Kathleen S. Murphy
    Press: University of North Carolina Press
    Discipline(s): History; Environmental Science
    Central American Migrations in the Twenty-First Century
    Author(s): Mauricio Espinoza, Miroslava Rosales Vasquez, and Ignacio Sarmiento
    Press: University of Arizona Press
    Discipline(s): Population Studies; Sociology
    Christian Higher Education: An Empirical Review
    Author(s): Perry L. Glanzer, Theodore L. Cockle, and Jessica Martin
    Press: ACU Press
    Discipline(s): Religion; Education
    Composting Utopia: Experimental Infrastructures for Organics Recycling in New York City
    Author(s): Guy Schaffer
    Press: University of Massachusetts Press
    Discipline(s): Science & Technology Studies; Environment Studies
    Continuous Pasts: Frictions of Memory in Postcolonial Africa
    Author(s): Sakiro Adebayo
    Press: University of Michigan Press
    Discipline(s): Sociology
    Covid and…: How to Do Rhetoric in a Pandemic
    Author(s): Edited by Emily Winderman, Allison L. Rowland, and Jennifer Malkowski
    Press: Michigan State University Press
    Discipline(s): Communication Studies; Health Sciences
    Creating a More Perfect Slaveholders’ Union: Slavery, the Constitution, and Secession in Antebellum America
    Author(s): Peter Radan
    Press: University Press of Kansas
    Discipline(s): Law; Political Science
    A Cultural History of British Alternative Cabaret (1979-1991)
    Author(s): Ray Campbell
    Press: Liverpool University Press
    Discipline(s): Cultural Studies; History
    Disrupting Colonial Pedagogies: Theories and Transgressions
    Author(s): Edited by Jillian Ford and Nathalia E. Jaramillo
    Press: University of Illinois Press
    Discipline(s): African American Studies; Feminist & Women’s Studies
    Ecologies of Imperialism in Algeria
    Author(s): Brock Cutler
    Press: University of Nebraska Press
    Discipline(s): Environmental Studies; African Studies
    Ethical Crossroads in Literary Modernism
    Author(s): Katherine Ebury, Bridget English, Matthew Fogarty
    Press: Clemson University Press
    Discipline(s): Language & Literature
    Ethnicity, Identity, and Conceptualizing Community in Indian Ocean East Africa
    Author(s): Daren E. Ray
    Press: Ohio University Press
    Discipline(s): African Studies; Anthropology
    Faking It: Victorian Documentary Novels
    Author(s): Ellen Stockstill
    Press: Clemson University Press
    Discipline(s): Language & Literature
    Fantasies of Music in Nostalgic Medievalism
    Author(s): Helen Dell
    Press: Manchester University Press
    Discipline(s): Music
    Ferenczi Dialogues: On Trauma and Catastrophe
    Author(s): Raluca Soreanu, Jakob Staberg, and Jenny Willner
    Press: Leuven University Press
    Discipline(s): Psychology; Language & Literature; Cultural Studies
    From Jesus to J-Setting: Religious and Sexual Fluidity among Young Black People
    Author(s): Sandra L. Barnes
    Press: University of Georgia Press
    Discipline(s): Religion; Sociology; Gender Studies
    Genre Networks and Empire: Rhetoric in Early Imperial China
    Author(s): Xiaoye You
    Press: Southern Illinois University Press
    Discipline(s): Language & Literature; Communicaton Studies
    Graceful Resistance: How Capoeiristas Use Their Art for Activism and Community Engagement
    Author(s): Lauren Miller Griffith
    Press: University of Illinois Press
    Discipline(s): Anthropology; Performing Arts
    Han Heroes and Yamato Warriors: Competing Masculinities in Chinese and Japanese War Cinema
    Author(s): Amanda Weiss
    Press: Hong Kong University Press
    Discipline(s): Film Studies; Asian Studies
    Hillary Clinton’s Career in Speeches: The Promises and Perils of Women’s Rhetorical Adaptivity
    Author(s): Shawn J. Parry-Giles, David S. Kaufer, and Xizhen Cai
    Press: Michigan State University Press
    Discipline(s): Communication Studies; Political Science
    Hong Kong Public and Squatter Housing: Geopolitics and Informality, 1963–1985
    Author(s): Alan Smart and Fung Chi Keung Charles
    Press: Hong Kong University Press
    Discipline(s): Asian Studies; Developmental Studies; Political Science
    Hottest of the Hotspots: The Rise of Eco-precarious Conservation Labor in Madagascar
    Author(s): Benjamin Neimark
    Press: University of Arizona Press
    Discipline(s): Development Studies; Sustainability
    Imagining Musical Pasts: The Queer Literary Musicology of Vernon Lee, Rosa Newmarch, and Edward Prime-Stevenson
    Author(s): Kristin M. Franseen
    Press: Clemson University Press
    Discipline(s): Music
    Influential Machines: The Rhetoric of Computational Performance
    Author(s): Miles C. Coleman
    Press: University of South Carolina Press
    Discipline(s): Communication Studies; Technology
    Irish Fever: An Archaeology of Illness, Injury, and Healing in New York City, 1845–1870
    Author(s): Meredith Linn
    Press: The University of Tennessee Press
    Discipline(s): Public Health; Anthropology
    J. A. Rogers: Selected Writings
    Author(s): Edited by Louis Parascandola
    Press: The University of Tennessee Press
    Discipline(s): African American Studies
    Lacandón Maya in the Twenty-First Century: Indigenous Knowledge and Conservation in Mexico’s Tropical Rainforest
    Author(s): James D. Nations
    Press: University Press of Florida
    Discipline(s): Anthropology; Sustainability; Cultural Studies
    Lagos Never Spoils: Nollywood and Nigerian City Life
    Author(s): Connor Ryan
    Press: University of Michigan Press
    Discipline(s): African Studies; Film Studies
    Lieder in America: On Stages and In Parlors
    Author(s): Heather Anne Platt
    Press: University of Illinois Press
    Discipline(s): Music; History
    Limiting Privilege: Upward Mobility Within Higher Education in Socialist Poland
    Author(s): Agata Zysiak
    Press: Purdue University Press
    Discipline(s): Education; Political Science
    Living Ceramics, Storied Ground: A History of African American Archaeology
    Author(s): Charles E. Orser Jr.
    Press: University Press of Florida
    Discipline(s): Archaeology; American Studies
    Living Politics in the City: Architecture as Catalyst for Public Space
    Author(s): Marion Hohlfeldt; edited by Carmen Popescu
    Press: Leuven University Press
    Discipline(s): Urban Studies; Political Science
    Local Government and Democracy in the United Kingdom
    Author(s): Neil Barnett and J. A. Chandler
    Press: Manchester University Press
    Discipline(s): Political Science; Public Policy & Administration
    Mapping the Stars: Celebrity, Metonymy, and the Networked Politics of Identity
    Author(s): Claire Sisco King
    Press: The Ohio State University Press
    Discipline(s): Film studies; Communication Studies
    Masculine Pregnancies: Modernist Conceptions of Creativity and Legitimacy, 1918-1939
    Author(s): Aimee Armande Wilson
    Press: SUNY Press
    Discipline(s): Gender Studies
    Maya-British Conflict at the Edge of the Yucatecan Caste War
    Author(s): Christine Kray
    Press: University Press of Colorado
    Discipline(s): Anthropology; History
    Middlebrow 2.0 and the Digital Affect: Online Reading Communities of the New Nigerian Novel
    Author(s): Hannah Pardey
    Press: Liverpool University Press
    Discipline(s): Cultural Studies; Language & Literature
    Migrant World Making
    Author(s): Edited by Sergio Fernando Juárez, Julia Khrebtan-Hörhager, Michael Lechuga, and Arthur D. Soto-Vásquez
    Press: Michigan State University Press
    Discipline(s): Communication Studies; Sociology
    Monsters on Maple Street: The Twilight Zone and the Postwar American Dream
    Author(s): David J. Brokaw
    Press: University Press of Kentucky
    Discipline(s): Film Studies; American Studies
    Neobugarrón: Heteroflexibility, Neoliberalism, and Latin/o American Sexual Practice
    Author(s): Ramon Soto-Crespo
    Press: The Ohio State University Press
    Discipline(s): Anthropology; Gender Studies; Latin American Studies
    New Deal Archaeology in the West
    Author(s): Edited by Kelly J. Pool and Mark L. Howe; Contributors: Darby C. Stapp and Robert R. Mierendorf, Nancy Mahoney, Danny N. Walker, Steven R. James, Todd W. Bostwick, Jeanne S. Stephens and Peter J. Pilles Jr., John D. Schelberg, Thomas C. Windes, and Carla R. Van West, Timothy K. Perttula, and Bernard K. Means
    Press: University of Utah Press
    Discipline(s): Archaeology; American Studies; History
    Nuclear Decolonization: Indigenous Resistance to High-Level Nuclear Waste Siting
    Author(s): Danielle Endres
    Press: The Ohio State University Press
    Discipline(s): Communication Studies; American Indian Studies
    On Music Theory and Making Music More Welcoming for Everyone
    Author(s): Phil Ewell
    Press: University of Michigan Press
    Discipline(s): Music; African American Studies
    Our Hidden Landscapes: Indigenous Stone Ceremonial Sites in Eastern North America
    Author(s): Lucianne Lavin and Elaine Thomas
    Press: University of Arizona Press
    Discipline(s): Anthropology; American Indian Studies
    Our People Are Warlike: Civil War Pittsburgh and Home-Front Mobilization
    Author(s): Allen York
    Press: The University of Tennessee Press
    Discipline(s): History
    Outcasting Armenians: Tanzimat of the Provinces
    Author(s): Talin Suciyan
    Press: Syracuse University Press
    Discipline(s): Middle East Studies; History
    Paradoxes of Emancipation: Radical Imagination and Space in Neoliberal Greece
    Author(s): Dimitris Soudias
    Press: Syracuse University Press
    Discipline(s): Political Science
    Phenomenology in an African Context: Contributions and Challenges
    Author(s): Edited by Abraham Olivier, M. John Lamola, and Justin Sands
    Press: SUNY Press
    Discipline(s): Philosophy
    Power and Place: Preservation, Progress, and the Culture War over Land
    Author(s): Melinda Bollar Wagner
    Press: University Press of Kentucky
    Discipline(s): Anthropology; Cultural Studies; Economics
    Prison Capital: Mass Incarceration and Struggles for Abolition Democracy in Louisiana
    Author(s): Lydia Pelot-Hobbs
    Press: University of North Carolina Press
    Discipline(s): Sociology; Criminology & Criminal Justice
    Publishing Contemporary Foreign Poetry: Transnational Exchange in the Italian Publishing Field
    Author(s): Mila Milani
    Press: Liverpool University Press
    Discipline(s): Linguistics
    Reclaiming Time: The Transformative Politics of Feminist Temporalities
    Author(s): Tanya Ann Kennedy
    Press: SUNY Press
    Discipline(s): Feminist & Women’s Studies; Gender Studies; Cultural Studies
    Reconstructive Memory Work: Trauma, Witnessing and the Imagination in Writing by Female Descendants of Harkis
    Author(s): Clíona Hensey
    Press: Liverpool University Press
    Discipline(s): Cultural Studies; Ethnic Studies
    Recovering Women’s Past: New Epistemologies, New Ventures
    Author(s): Severine Genleys-Kirk
    Press: University of Nebraska Press
    Discipline(s): Feminist & Women’s Studies; Gender Studies; History
    Reimagining the Educated Citizen: Creole Pedagogies in the Transatlantic World: 1685-1896
    Author(s): Petra Hendry
    Press: University of Michigan Press
    Discipline(s): History; Education
    Remaking the World: Decolonization and the Cold War
    Author(s): Jessica Chapman
    Press: University Press of Kentucky
    Discipline(s): Peace & Conflict Studies; International Relations
    Research as More Than Extraction: Knowledge Production and Gender-Based Violence in African Societies
    Author(s): Annie Bunting
    Press: Ohio University Press
    Discipline(s): Sociology; Gender Studies
    Serial Mexico: Storytelling across Media, from Nationhood to Now
    Author(s): Amy E. Wright
    Press: Vanderbilt University Press
    Discipline(s): Communication Studies; Folklore
    Sonic Strategies: Performing Mexico’s War on Drugs, Mourning, and Feminicide
    Author(s): Christina Baker
    Press: Vanderbilt University Press
    Discipline(s): Performing Arts
    Southern Enclosure: Settler Colonialism and the Postwar Transformation of Mississippi
    Author(s): John H. Cable
    Press: University Press of Kansas
    Discipline(s): History; American Indian Studies
    Staging Existence: Chekhov’s Tetralogy
    Author(s): Svetlana Evdokimova
    Press: University of Wisconsin Press
    Discipline(s): Performing Arts; Language & Literature
    Stories of Our Living Ephemera: Storytelling Methodologies in the Archives of the Cherokee National Seminaries, 1846-1907
    Author(s): Emily Legg
    Press: Utah State University Press
    Discipline(s): Communication Studies; American Indian Studies
    Surgery and Salvation: The Roots of Reproductive Injustice in Mexico, 1770–1940
    Author(s): Elizabeth O’Brien
    Press: University of North Carolina Press
    Discipline(s): Gender Studies; Latin American Studies; Public Health
    The Cost of Voting in the American States
    Author(s): Michael J. Pomante II, Scot Schraufnagel, and Quan Li
    Press: University Press of Kansas
    Discipline(s): Political Science
    The Coup and the Palm Trees: Agrarian Conflict and Political Power in Honduras
    Author(s): Andrés León Araya
    Press: University of Georgia Press
    Discipline(s): Peace & Conflict Studies; History
    The Cretan Collection in the University of Pennsylvania Museum, Volume III: Metal Objects from Gournia
    Author(s): Philip P. Betancourt, Susan C. Ferrence, and Alessandra Giumlia-Mair
    Press: INSTAP Academic Press
    Discipline(s): Archaeology; Anthropology
    The End of the Future: Trauma, Memory, and Reconciliation in Peruvian Amazonia
    Author(s): Bartholomew Dean
    Press: Vanderbilt University Press
    Discipline(s): Peace & Conflict Studies
    The Hispanic Faculty Experience: Opportunities for Growth and Retention in Christian Colleges and Universities
    Author(s): Benjamin Espinoza and Octavio Esqueda
    Press: ACU Press
    Discipline(s): Religion; Education
    The Lost Texts of Confucius’ Grandson: Guodian, Zisi, and Beyond
    Author(s): Kuan-yun Huang
    Press: Chinese University of Hong Kong Press
    Discipline(s): Language & Literature; Philosophy
    The New Star Chamber and Other Essays: Annotated Edition
    Author(s): Edgar Lee Masters; edited by Jason Stacy
    Press: Southern Illinois University Press
    Discipline(s): Political Science; American Studies
    The Race for America: Black Internationalism in the Age of Manifest Destiny
    Author(s): R. J. Boutelle
    Press: University of North Carolina Press
    Discipline(s): African American Studies; Language & Literature
    The Rise of Central American Film in the Twenty-First Century
    Author(s): Edited by Mauricio Espinoza and Jared List
    Press: University Press of Florida
    Discipline(s): Film Studies
    The Souls of Jewish Folk: W. E. B. Du Bois, Anti-Semitism, and the Color Line
    Author(s): James M. Thomas
    Press: University of Georgia Press
    Discipline(s): Sociology
    The Urgency of Indigenous Values
    Author(s): Philip P. Arnold
    Press: Syracuse University Press
    Discipline(s): American Indian Studies; Religion; Environmental Studies
    The Visible Hands That Feed: Responsibility and Growth in the Food Sector
    Author(s): Ruzana Liburkina
    Press: University of Nebraska Press
    Discipline(s): Food Studies
    The Vulnerability of Public Higher Education
    Author(s): Michael Bernard-Donals
    Press: The Ohio State University Press
    Discipline(s): Education; Communication Studies
    Toward a Gameic World
    Author(s): Ben Whaley
    Press: University of Michigan Press
    Discipline(s): Cultural Studies; Technology
    Transnational Families in Africa: Migrants and the role of Information Communication Technologies
    Author(s): Maria Marchetti-Mercer, Leslie Swartz, and Loretta Baldassar
    Press: Wits University Press
    Discipline(s): Technology; Sociology; Communication Studies
    Tuberculosis Control and Institutional Change in Shanghai, 1911–2011
    Author(s): Rachel S. Core
    Press: Hong Kong University Press
    Discipline(s): Public Health; Anthropology; Public Policy & Administration
    Understanding Agatha Christie
    Author(s): Tison Pugh
    Press: University of South Carolina Press
    Discipline(s): Language & Literature
    Uniting Against the Reich: The American Air War in Europe
    Author(s): Luke W. Truxal
    Press: University Press of Kentucky
    Discipline(s): Peace & Conflict Studies; History
    Unsettling Agribusiness: Indigenous Protests and Land Conflict in Brazil
    Author(s): LaShandra Sullivan
    Press: University of Nebraska Press
    Discipline(s): Environmental Studies; Agriculture
    Unsettling Archival Research: Engaging Critical, Communal, and Digital Archives
    Author(s): Edited by Gesa E. Kirsch, Romeo García, Caitlin Burns Allen, and Walker P. Smith
    Press: Southern Illinois University Press
    Discipline(s): Communication Studies
    Unwilling to Quit: The Long Unwinding of American Involvement in Vietnam
    Author(s): David L. Prentice
    Press: University Press of Kentucky
    Discipline(s): Peace & Conflict Studies; Political Science
    Urban Indigeneities: Being Indigenous in the Twenty-First Century
    Author(s): Edited by Dana Brablec and Andrew Canessa
    Press: University of Arizona Press
    Discipline(s): Development Studies; Anthropology
    Violence and Inequality: An Archaeological History
    Author(s): Edited by Thomas Leppard and Sarah C. Murray
    Press: University Press of Colorado
    Discipline(s): Archaeology; Cultural Studies
    Violence and the Mimetic Unconscious: Vol. 2 The Affective Hypothesis
    Author(s): Nidesh Lawtoo
    Press: Michigan State University Press
    Discipline(s): Philosophy
    Violence and the Oedipal Unconscious: Vol. 1, The Catharsis Hypothesis
    Author(s): Nidesh Lawtoo
    Press: Michigan State University Press
    Discipline(s): Philosophy
    Voices of Indigenuity
    Author(s): Michelle Montgomery
    Press: University Press of Colorado
    Discipline(s): Anthropology; Environmental Studies; American Indian Studies
    Coming soon: Waterhouses: Landscapes, Housing, and the Making of Modern Lagos
    Author(s): Mark Duerksen
    Press: Ohio University Press
    Discipline(s): Architecture; Urban Studies
    Women, Nationalism, and Social Networks in the Habsburg Monarchy, 1848-1918
    Author(s): Edited by Marta Verginella
    Press: Purdue University Press
    Discipline(s): Gender Studies; Political Science
    • 2024 Titles
      td>Unsettling Thoreau: Native Americans, Colonialism, and the Power of PlaceAuthor(s): John J. KucichPress: University of Massachusetts PressDiscipline(s): Language & Literature

      A Blueprint for Worker Solidarity: Class Politics and Community in Wisconsin
      Author(s): Stephanie Mitchell
      Press: University of New Mexico Press
      Discipline(s): History
      A Continuous State of War: Empire Building and Race Making in the Civil War–Era Gulf South
      Author(s): Maria Angela Diaz
      Press: University of Georgia Press
      Discipline(s): Peace & Conflict Studies
      A Debt of Gratitude: How Jimmy Carter Put Vietnam Veterans’ Issues on the National Agenda
      Author(s): Glenn Robins
      Press: University Press of Kansas
      Discipline(s): Public Policy & Administration
      A Degraded Caste of Society: Unequal Protection of the Law as a Badge of Slavery
      Author(s): Andrew T. Fede
      Press: University of Georgia Press
      Discipline(s): Law
      A Hundred Times Antarctica
      Author(s): Miloš Barták et al.
      Press: Masaryk University Press
      Discipline(s): Environmental Science
      A New Testament Introduction
      Author(s): Carl Toney
      Press: ACU Press
      Discipline(s): Religion
      A Watershed Moment: The American West in the Age of Limits
      Author(s): Robert Frodeman, Evyelyn Brister, Luther Propst
      Contributor(s): Jonathan Thompson, Jared L. Talley, Betsy Quammen, Grady Gammage Jr., Wellington Reiter, Josiah Heyman, Jennifer Wesselhoff, Joan May, Kristal Jones, Robert Liberty, Crystal Carr, Andrea Christelle, Drew Bennett, Travis Brammer, Hilary Beyerly Flint, Matthew Kauffman, Emily Reed, Kekek Stark, Monte Mills, Todd Wilkinson, Regina Whiteskunk, Stewart Breck, Paul Rogers, Bonnie Baxter, Jodi Brandt, Carlin Girard, Seth Arens
      Press: University of Utah Press
      Discipline(s): Environmental Studies
      Abortion Services and Reproductive Justice in Rural South Africa
      Author(s): Ulandi du Plessis; Catriona Ida Macleod
      Press: Wits University Press
      Discipline(s): Public Health
      Accompaniment with Im/migrant Communities: Engaged Ethnography
      Author(s): Kristin E. Yarris and Whitney L. Duncan
      Press: University of Arizona Press
      Discipline(s): Anthropology
      Affective Bordering: The Emotional Politics of Migration, Race and Deservingness
      Author(s): Billy Holzberg
      Press: Manchester University Press
      Discipline(s): Sociology
      African Security: Local Issues and Global Connections
      Author(s): Abu Bakarr Bah
      Press: Ohio University Press
      Discipline(s): African Studies
      After Alexander: the Hellenistic and Early Roman Periods at Pella in Jordan
      Author(s): Daniel Worden
      Press: Ohio State University Press
      Discipline(s): Art & Art History
      Against Exclusion: Disrupting Anti-Chinese Violence in the Nineteenth Century
      Author(s): Audrey Wu Clark
      Press: Ohio State University Press
      Discipline(s): Asian Studies
      Agency and Ownership in Reconciliation: Youth and the Practice of Transitional Justice
      Author(s): Caitlin Mollica
      Press: SUNY Press
      Discipline(s): Political Science
      Always a Berliner at Heart: Jewish Emigrants in Dialogue with Their Home Town
      Author(s): Joachim Schlor
      Press: Liverpool University Press
      Discipline(s): Population Studies
      American Christianity Today: Establishment, Decline, and Revival
      Author(s): Dyron Daughrity
      Press: ACU Press
      Discipline(s): Religion
      American Global Leadership: Ailing US Diplomacy and Solutions for the Twenty-First Century
      Author(s): G. Doug Davis and Michael O. Slobodchikoff
      Press: The University of Tennessee Press
      Discipline(s): Political Science
      An Efficient Womanhood: Women and the Making of the Universal Negro Improvement Association
      Author(s): Natanya Duncan
      Press: University of North Carolina Press
      Discipline(s): African American Studies
      An Unholy Rebellion, Killing the Gods: Political Ideology and Insurrection in the Mayan Popul Vuh and the Andean Huarochiri Manuscript
      Author(s): Sharonah Esther Fredrick
      Press: University of Nebraska Press
      Discipline(s): Latin American Studies
      Appalachian Mountain Christianity: The Spirituality of Otherness
      Author(s): Bill J.Leonard
      Press: University of Georgia Press
      Discipline(s): Religion
      Ancient Mesoamerican Population History: Urbanism, Social Complexity, and Change
      Author(s): Adrian S. Z. Chase, Arlen F. Chaze, and Diane Z. Chase
      Press: University of Arizona Press
      Discipline(s): Archaeology
      Animal Activism on and Off Screen
      Author(s): Claire Parkinson and Lara Herring (eds)
      Press: Sydney University Press
      Discipline(s): Cultural Studies
      Anti-Blackness and Human Monstrosity in Black American Horror Fiction
      Author(s): Rafiki Jenkins
      Press: The Ohio State University Press
      Discipline(s): African American Studies
      Apparitions, Daemons, and Emanations: Poetry and Painting in the Work of Georges Bataille, Pierre Klossowski, and Henri Michaux
      Author(s): Charles Freeland
      Press: SUNY Press
      Discipline(s): Language & Literature
      Archive Histories: An Archaeology of the Stanley Kubrick Archive
      Author(s): James Fenwick
      Press: Liverpool University Press
      Discipline(s): Film Studies
      Aristotle’s Quarrel with Socrates: Friendship in Political Thought
      Author(s): John Boersma
      Press: SUNY Press
      Discipline(s): Philosophy
      Art during Wartime: Painting Everyday Life in the Civil War North
      Author(s): Vanessa M. Schulman
      Press: University of Massachusetts Press
      Discipline(s): Art & Art History
      Art Music Activism: Aesthetics and Politics in 1930s New York City
      Author(s): Maria Cristina Fava
      Press: University of Illinois Press
      Discipline(s): Music
      Ascension: The Sociology of an African American Family’s Generational Journey
      Author(s): Lois Benjamin
      Press: The University of North Carolina Press
      Discipline(s): African American Studies
      At a Turning Point: Work, care and family policies in Australia
      Author(s): Marian Baird, Elizabeth Hill, and Sydney Colussi (eds)
      Press: Sydney University Press
      Discipline(s): Public Policy & Administration
      Australian Social Policy
      Author(s): John Murphy
      Press: Melbourne University Publishing
      Discipline(s): Public Policy & Administration
      Available Light: Omar Badsha and the Struggle for Change in South Africa
      Author(s): Daniel Magaziner
      Press: Ohio University Press
      Discipline(s): African Studies
      Awakening a Living World on a Kūṭiyāṭṭam Stage
      Author(s): Einat Bar-On Cohen
      Press: SUNY Press
      Discipline(s): Religion
      Bad Chaucer: The Great Poet’s Greatest Mistakes in the Canterbury Tales
      Author(s): Tison Pugh
      Press: University of Michigan Press
      Discipline(s): Language & Literature
      Ball in My Hands: Essays on Black Athletes, Race, and American Culture
      Author(s): David K. Wiggins
      Press: University of Tennessee Press
      Discipline(s): African American Studies
      Ballplayers on Stage: Baseball, Melodrama, and Theatrical Celebrity in the Deadball Era
      Author(s): Travis Stern
      Press: University of Tennessee Press
      Discipline(s): Performing Arts
      Before the Roads, Before the Mines: Denesułiné Memories, Narratives, and the Legacy of a Northern Hunting Society
      Author(s): Robert Jarvenpa
      Press: University of Nebraska Press
      Discipline(s): Cultural Studies
      Berlin and the Cold War
      Author(s): Seth Givens, Ingo Trauschweizer
      Press: Ohio University Press
      Discipline(s): International Relations
      Between Black and Brown: Blaxicans and Multiraciality in Comparative Historical Perspective
      Author(s): Rebecca Romo
      Press: University of Nebraska Press
      Discipline(s): Cultural Studies
      Beyond Cortés and Montezuma: The Conquest of Mexico Revisited
      Author(s): Vitus Huber, John F. Schwaller (Editors)
      Press: University Press of Colorado
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      Press: Melbourne University Publishing
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      Press: University of Nebraska Press
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      Press: Masaryk University Press
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      Press: The University of Tennessee Press
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      Press: Manchester University Press
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      Press: University of Michigan Press
      Discipline(s): History
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      Author(s): Moisés Arce and Takeshi Wada
      Press: University of New Mexico Press
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      Author(s): Tania Lizarazo
      Press: University of Illinois Press
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      Author(s): Suren Pillay
      Press: Wits University Press
      Discipline(s): Education
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      Press: University Press of Kansas
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      Press: Hong Kong University Press
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      Press: The University of North Carolina Press
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      Author(s): Raphael Chijioke Njoku
      Press: Leuven University Press
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      Author(s): Lisa G. Materson
      Press: University of North Carolina Press
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      Press: Manchester University Press
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      Author(s): Mario Trinidad
      Press: Leuven University Press
      Discipline(s): History
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      Press: Vanderbilt University Press
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      Press: University Press of Kentucky
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      Press: University of Wisconsin Press
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      Press: Sydney University Press
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      Press: University Press of Colorado
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      Press: University Press of Kansas
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      Press: Purdue University Press
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      Press: University Press of Kansas
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      Press: University Press of Kentucky
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      Press: Leiden University Press
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      Press: University of Utah Press
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      Press: Syracuse University Press
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      Press: University Press of Colorado
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      Press: Ohio University Press
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      Press: Manchester University Press
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      Contributors: Wendy Brown, Cécile Fabre, Elizabeth Kolbert, Charles W. Mills, Richard Tuck, Richard Wrangham, Jonathan L. Zittrain
      Press: University of Utah Press
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      Press: Ohio University Press
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      Press: Liverpool University Press
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      Press: University of Tennessee Press
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      Press: University of Florida Press
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      Press: University of Michigan Press
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      Press: Leuven University Press
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      Author(s): Charles G.Thomas
      Press: Ohio University Press
      Discipline(s): African Studies
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      Author(s): Georgia Nugent-Folan, Sam Slote
      Press: Clemson University Press
      Discipline(s): Language & Literature
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      Author(s): Christophe Koné
      Press: University of Michigan Press
      Discipline(s): History of Science & Technology
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      Press: Melbourne University Publishing
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      Press: University of Illinois Press
      Discipline(s): Feminist & Women’s Studies
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      Press: Melbourne University Publishing
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      Press: Bristol University Press
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      Press: Vanderbilt University Press
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      Press: University Press of Kansas
      Discipline(s): History
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      Press: University of New Mexico Press
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      Press: Ohio State University Press
      Discipline(s): American Studies

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