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Acts of Memory
Cultural Recall in the Present
A theoretically grounded interdisciplinary study of “cultural memory” in sites ranging from Chile, Bolivia, and South Africa to Germany and the US.
Bal, Mieke, Jonathan Crewe, and Leo Spitzer, eds.

A Practical Guide for Global Health Workers
An innovative and indispensable guidebook for people traveling to Africa to work on health or humanitarian projects
Spielberg, Laurel A. and Lisa V. Adams, eds.

After King Philip’s War
Presence and Persistence in Indian New England
New perspectives on three centuries of Indian presence in New England
Calloway, Colin G., ed. and introd.

Afterlives of Indigenous Archives

The assets and challenges of Indigenous archives today
Henry, Gordon and Ivy Schweitzer, eds.

Afterlives of Modernism
Liberalism, Transnationalism, and Political Critique
A defense of liberalism in modernist and contemporary American writers
Rowe, John Carlos

Against Immediacy
Video Art and Media Populism
The participatory vision of early video art
Kaizen, William

Amateur Sugar Maker

Noel Perrin presents this delightful account of building a sugarhouse and making maple sugar in Vermont.
Perrin, Noel. Robert Mac Lean, illus.

An American Body | Politic
A Deleuzian Approach
A reflection on the metaphor of the body politic throughout American history
Herzogenrath, Bernd

American Paper Mills, 1690–1832
A Directory of the Paper Trade with Notes on Products, Watermarks, Distribution Methods, and Manufacturing Techniques
A comprehensive account of early papermaking in America
Bidwell, John

American Studies as Transnational Practice
Turning toward the Transpacific
The internationalization of American studies
Shu, Yuan and Donald E. Pease

Arctic Adaptations
Native Whalers and Reindeer Herders of Northern Eurasia
The evolving culture of indigenous communities in Siberia
Krupnik, Igor., Marcia Levenson, trans. and ed.

Arctic Politics
Conflict and Cooperation in the Circumpolar North
Thoughtful essays establishing the Arctic as a distinctive region of international political, socioeconomic, and environmental importance.
Young, Oran R.

Arctic Wars, Animal Rights, Endangered Peoples

Lynge, Finn., Marianne Stenbaek, trans.

The Art of Evolution
Darwin, Darwinisms, and Visual Culture
A timely and stimulating collection of essays about the impact of Darwin's ideas on visual culture
Larson, Barbara, Fae Brauer, eds.

Artificial Africas
Colonial Images in the Times of Globalization
A groundbreaking investigation of Western conceptions of Africa.
Mayer, Ruth

The Artistry of the Homeric Simile

An examination of the aesthetic qualities of the Homeric simile
Scott, William C.

Autobiographical, Scientific, Religious, Moral, and Literary Writings

Noteworthy short pieces from Rousseau, most of which have never been translated into English before now.
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques; Christopher Kelly, trans. and ed.

Barren Grounds
The Story of the Tragic Moffatt Canoe Trip
A journey to the Barren Lands of Arctic Canada becomes a race against time
Pessl, Skip

The Best of Rilke
72 Form-True Verse Translations with Facing Originals, Commentary, and Compact Biography
A distinguished poet-translator presents faithful verse translations of 72 poems in a bilingual edition with commentary and biographical material.
Rilke, Rainer Maria. Walter Arndt, trans.; Cyrus Hamlin, fwd.

The Black Pacific Narrative
Geographic Imaginings of Race and Empire between the World Wars
A literary and cultural geography of the black Pacific
Taketani, Etsuko

A Blake Dictionary
The Ideas and Symbols of William Blake
The requisite guide to Blake’s ideas and symbols
Damon, S. Foster, New Foreword and Bibliography by Morris Eaves

The Book of Forms
A Handbook of Poetics, Including Odd and Invented Forms, Revised and Expanded Edition
The well-known companion to The Book of Literary Terms and The Book of Dialogue, this indispensable bible of poetics now includes a wealth of “odd and invented” verse forms
Turco, Lewis Putnam

The Brillo Box Archive
Aesthetics, Design, and Art
A study of the iconic Brillo box through the theories of design, aesthetics, and art
Golec, Michael J.

Building Partnerships in the Americas
A Guide for Global Health Workers
A historical, cultural, and medical guide for those planning to do health-related work in Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean
Krasnoff, Margo J. MD, editor

Cancer Screening in the Developing World
Case Studies and Strategies from the Field
Case studies featuring real-world issues, problems, and solutions for cancer screening programs in the developing world
Finkel, Madelon L. PhD, Editor

Captivity and Sentiment
Cultural Exchange in American Literature, 1682–1861
Examines how traditional dichotomies give way to emergent cultural forms in the literature of captivity.
Burnham, Michelle

From Commodities to Customers
The third and final volume of the highly acclaimed history of Cargill
Broehl, Wayne G., Jr.

Changing the Culture of Academic Medicine
Perspectives of Women Faculty
A penetrating and personal look at a major problem in our nation’s medical schools affecting how doctoring is taught and how medicine is practiced
Pololi, Linda H.

A Child’s Delight

An appealing guide to 33 neglected gems in children's literature by the author of A Reader's Delight.
Perrin, Noel

The Cinematic Mode of Production
Attention Economy and the Society of the Spectacle
A revolutionary reconceptualization of capital and perception during the twentieth century.
Beller, Jonathan

Community without Consent
New Perspectives on the Stamp Act
An important reconsideration of the Stamp Act as prelude to the American Revolution
Hutchins, Zachary McLeod, ed.

The Confessions and Correspondence, Including the Letters to Malesherbes

A new English translation, the first to be based on the definitive French Pléiade edition.
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques. Christopher Kelly, trans.; Christopher Kelly, Roger D. Masters, and Peter G. Stillman, eds.

The Land Trust Movement in America
The first complete treatment of the U.S. land trust movement as a crucial feature of current efforts to protect the environment.
Brewer, Richard

Continuing Medical Education
Looking Back, Planning Ahead
The only full-scale history of continuing medical education and its future
Wentz, Dennis K., ed.

A Critical History of the New American Studies, 1970–1990

A look at a critical period in American Studies
Lenz, Günter H., Edited by Reinhard Isensee, Klaus J. Milich, Donald E. Pease, John Carlos Rowe

The Dancing Universe
From Creation Myths to the Big Bang
Available again, with a new preface, a physicist's "exceptionally clear summary of 2,500 years of science and a fascinating account of the ways in which it often does intersect with spiritual beliefs" --Kirkus Reviews
Gleiser, Marcelo

Daniel Webster, “The Completest Man”
Documents from The Papers of Daniel Webster
Shewmaker, Kenneth E., ed. Charles M. Wiltse, Editor-in-Chief. William H. Rehnquist, fwd.; Irving H. Bartlett, Maurice G. Baxter, Richard N. Current, and Howard Jones, essays

A Dartmouth Reader

A blend of “the light and the serious, the enlightening and the entertaining” that have formed part of the Dartmouth story since Eleazar Wheelock went into the wilderness.
Brown, Francis, ed.

Dartmouth Song Book

Zeller, Paul R.

Dartmouth Veterans
Vietnam Perspectives
A collection of essays by Dartmouth alumni recalling their Vietnam War–era experiences
Schaefer, Phillip C., Editor

Declining the Stereotype
Ethnicity and Representation in French Cultures
A groundbreaking text on multicultural issues in contemporary France.
Rosello, Mireille

Discourse on the Origins of Inequality (Second Discourse), Polemics, and Political Economy

The Second Discourse examines man in the true “state of nature,” prior to the formation of the first human societies
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, Judith R. Bush, Roger D. Masters, Christopher Kelly, and Terence Marshall, trans.

Discourse on the Sciences and Arts (First Discourse) and Polemics

Rousseau attacks the social and political effects of the dominant forms of scientific knowledge
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, Judith R. Bush, Roger D. Masters, and Christopher Kelly, trans.

Diseases of Poverty
Epidemiology, Infectious Diseases, and Modern Plagues
Comprehensive review of diseases of poverty and public health strategies to combat them
Adams, Lisa V. and John R. Butterly

A Doctor's Dozen
Twelve Strategies for Personal Health and a Culture of Wellness
A toolkit for sustaining wellness, building resilience, and modeling health, geared particularly toward health professionals
Pipas, Catherine Florio MD, MPH

Dominican Republic
A Guide for Global Health Workers, Medical Practitioners, and NGO Volunteers
A historical, cultural, and medical guide for those planning to do health-related work in the Dominican Republic
Sadler, Karen and Kim Wilson

Double Takes
Culture and Gender in French Films and Their American Remakes
Viewing cross-cultural differences through the lens of cinema.
Durham, Carolyn A.

Dwelling in American
Dissent, Empire, and Globalization
An original critique of the idea of American empire in the twenty-first century
Muthyala, John

Ecological Aesthetics
artful tactics for humans, nature, and politics
“Ecological Aesthetics is a plea for us to continuously think- and act-with the world and its inhabitants, both human and nonhuman; to orient ourselves in ways that we might find and express what our environments, and what they are made of, want; and then to decisively help and continue those thoughts, wants, and actions toward novel aims and adventures.”
Stern, Nathaniel

The Educated Eye
Visual Culture and Pedagogy in the Life Sciences
A study of visual culture in the teaching of the life sciences
Anderson, Nancy and Michael R. Dietrich, eds.

El Salvador
A Guide for Global Health Workers, Medical Practitioners, and NGO Volunteers
A historical, cultural, and medical guide for those planning to do health-related work in El Salvador
Kasper, Jennifer and Clyde Lanford Smith

or On Education (Includes Emile and Sophie, or the Solitaries)
The definitive translation of Emile
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques; Christopher Kelly and Allan Bloom, trans.; Christopher Kelly, ed.

The Emotional Journey of the Alzheimer's Family

An empathic and clear-eyed discussion of the emotional journey of family and friends who care for people with progressive forms of dementia
Santulli, Robert B. MD and Kesstan Blandin, PhD

Empire of Liberty
Power, Desire, and Freedom
An original and stimulating critique of American empire
Bogues, Anthony

Enemies of All Humankind
Fictions of Legitimate Violence
Explores the legal justification for state-sanctioned violence
Schillings, Sonja

Errands into the Metropolis
New England Dissidents in Revolutionary London
An exploration of the transatlantic character of early-American religious dissent
Field, Jonathan Beecher

Essay on the Origin of Languages and Writings Related to Music

Rousseau's major works, available for the first time in a uniform English edition, continue with a work that situates Rousseau's linguistic and musical theory within his larger philosophical system.
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques. John T. Scott, trans. and ed.

Ethics at the Bedside

Twelve true stories of medical ethical dilemmas reveal how decisions are made in modern hospitals and demonstrate the role of ethics consultants
Culver, Charles M., ed.

Ethics for International Medicine
A Practical Guide for Aid Workers in Developing Countries
A handy guide to identifying, analyzing, and resolving ethical issues that arise in international medicine
Wall, Anji E.

Faculty of Color in the Health Professions
Stories of Survival and Success
Based on personal stories, a critical assessment of the multiple challenges that confront minority faculty members in the health professions
Hassouneh, Dena

Finding Augusta
Habits of Mobility and Governance in the Digital Era
Addresses the effect of mobile communications technologies on individuals’ habits and how they are regulated
Cooley, Heidi Rae

Fire Muse
Poems from the Salt House
Poems of place and time
Huntington, Cynthia

Folded Selves
Colonial New England Writing in the World System
A new evaluation of New England’s literature of dissent in works by early English settlers in America
Burnham, Michelle

Forever New
The Speeches of James Wright, President of Dartmouth College, 1998–2009
The collected speeches of Dartmouth’s sixteenth president
Wright, James

Framed Spaces
Photography and Memory in Contemporary Installation Art
A study of the relationship between photography and installation art
McTighe, Monica E.

A French Tragedy
Scenes of Civil War, Summer 1944
An internationally renowned scholar examines an episode in the chaos and retributive strife that engulfed France during the liberation at the end of World War II.
Todorov, Tzvetan. Mary Byrd Kelly, trans.; Richard J. Golsan, trans. ed. and annot.

From Point to Pixel
A Genealogy of Digital Aesthetics
A timely reconsideration of digital aesthetics
Hoy, Meredith

Ghostly Communion
Cross-Cultural Spiritualism in Nineteenth-Century American Literature
A cross-cultural approach to spiritual currents in nineteenth-century American life, letters, and culture.
Kucich, John J.

Ghosts of the African Diaspora
Re-Visioning History, Memory, and Identity
A specter haunts African diaspora literature
Chassot, Joanne

Girlhood and the Plastic Image

A study of the mutual plasticity of girls and digital images
Warren-Crow, Heather

Greek Today
A Course in the Modern Language and Culture
A new approach for teaching Modern Greek, using songs, poems, cartoons, and contemporary dialogues
Bien, Peter; Gondicas, Dimitri; Rassias, John; Karanika, Andromache;Yiannakou-Bien, Chrysanthi

Greek Today Workbook

A new approach for teaching Modern Greek, using songs, poems, cartoons, and contemporary dialogues
Bien, Peter; Gondicas, Dimitri;; Rassias, John; Karanika, Andromache; Yiannakou-Bien, Chrysanthi

Greenlanders, Whales, and Whaling
Sustainability and Self-Determination in the Arctic
Portrays the profound impact of world systems on contemporary Greenlandic life, especially whaling.
Caulfield, Richard A.

A Guide for Global Health Workers, Medical Practitioners, and NGO Volunteers
A historical, cultural, and medical guide for those planning to do health-related work in Guatemala
Rohloff, Peter and Anne Kraemer Diaz

A Guide for Global Health Workers, Medical Practitioners, and NGO Volunteers
A historical, cultural, and medical guide for those planning to do health-related work in Haiti
Archer, Natasha and Phuoc Le

Handbook for Rural Health Care Ethics
A Practical Guide for Professionals
A comprehensive guide to the unique nature of rural health care ethics
Nelson, William A., ed.

The Heart Is a Little to the Left
Essays on Public Morality
“An abundance of wisdom in an economy of words” by an activist preacher
Coffin, William Sloane

Hemispheric Imaginations
North American Fictions of Latin America
An extensive study of fictional representations of Latin America in North American literature
Breinig, Helmbrecht

The Hidden Curriculum in Health Professional Education

The first full-length book to examine the history, theory, methodology and application of hidden curriculum theory to health professional education
Hafferty, Frederic W., and Joseph F. O'Donnell

Hijacked Brains
The Experience and Science of Chronic Addiction
Personal narratives and recent studies in brain science illustrate how addiction is a chronic illness
Barnes, Henrietta Robin, MD

A Guide for Global Health Workers, Medical Practitioners, and NGO Volunteers
A historical, cultural, and medical guide for those planning to do health-related work in Honduras
Alaniz, Ryan and Peter J. Daly

Horace Vernet and the Thresholds of Nineteenth-Century Visual Culture

A fresh look at a pivotal nineteenth-century painter
Harkett, Daniel, and Katie Hornstein, Editors

Horizons of Enchantment
Essays in the American Imaginary
A unique and original reading of the American imaginary
Johannessen, Lene M.

Voices of Tomorrow’s Doctors
Personal stories from the global front lines of medical school
Kehinde, Tolu

The Biology and Politics of Starvation
A timely and provocative look at the role political developments and the biology of nutrition play in world famine
Butterly, John R., and Jack Shepherd

The Imaginary and Its Worlds
American Studies after the Transnational Turn
A study of the American imaginary in transnational America
Bieger, Laura, Ramón Saldívar, and Johannes Voelz, eds.

The Imperialist Imaginary
Visions of Asia and the Pacific in American Culture
Tracing the construction of an American Pacific.
Eperjesi, John

In the Name of the Mother
Italian Americans, African Americans, and Modernity from Booker T. Washington to Bruce Springsteen
A bracingly original dialogue on modernity, class, and difference in the 20th century
Pardini, Samuele F. S.

The Indian History of an American Institution
Native Americans and Dartmouth
A history of the complex relationship between a school and a people
Calloway, Colin G.

Inequality in Early America

An all-star roster of historians reassesses inequality in early America.
Pestana, Carla Gardina, and Sharon V. Salinger, eds.

How Importing Jobs Impacts the Healthcare Crisis Here and Abroad
Dramatically recounts the causes and cascading effects of American insourcing of foreign healthcare workers
Tulenko, Dr. Kate; Laurie Garrett, fwd.

Invisible Masters
Gender, Race, and the Economy of Service in Early New England
Can one serve both God and mammon?
Ceppi, Elisabeth

Julie, or the New Heloise
Letters of Two Lovers Who Live in a Small Town at the Foot of the Alps
A novel in which Rousseau reconceptualized the relationship of the individual to the collective and articulated a new moral paradigm
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques. Philip Stewart and Jean Vaché, trans. and eds

Le Français
An innovative, dynamic, and dramatic approach to French language and culture for high school and college students
Rassias, John and Jacqueline de La Chapelle Skubly

Le Français
An innovative, dynamic, and dramatic approach to French language and culture for high school and college students
Rassias, John and Jacqueline de La Chapelle Skubly

Le Français - Instructor’s Manual and Audioscript
The third of three connected volumes of Le Français, making up a unique French language tutorial by the renowned creator of The Rassias Method®
Rassias, John A. and Jacqueline de La Chapelle Skubly

Letter to Beaumont, Letters Written from the Mountain, and Related Writings

Rousseau’s responses to the religious and political critics of his works
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, Christopher Kelly and Eve Grace, eds. Christopher Kelly and Judith R. Bush, trans.

Letter to D’Alembert and Writings for the Theater

Rousseau, Jean-Jacques

Life beyond Medicine
The Joys and Challenges of Physician Retirement
A physicians’ guide to navigating retirement
Romm, Sharon, MD

The Living Line
Modern Art and the Economy of Energy
The role of body movement in the formation of American modernism
Veder, Robin

Lookout America!
The Secret Hollywood Studio at the Heart of the Cold War
The history of the Cold War film studio Lookout Mountain Laboratory
Hamilton, Kevin and Ned O'Gorman

The Maltese Touch of Evil
Film Noir and Potential Criticism
Part thinking-man’s fan crush, part crazily inspired remix of the most beloved of film genres, this book will force scholars and film lovers alike to view film noir afresh
Clute, Shannon Scott and Richard L. Edwards

Mariners, Renegades and Castaways
The Story of Herman Melville and the World We Live In
Available in its complete form for the first time since its original publication.
James, C. L. R. Donald E. Pease, Introd.

Materializing New Media
Embodiment in Information Aesthetics
A significant contribution to investigations of the social and cultural impact of new media and digital technologies
Munster, Anna

Memory, the Holocaust, and French Justice
The Bousquet and Touvier Affairs
Two cases involving World War II-era crimes against humanity reopen a disturbing chapter in France's Vichy past.
Golsan, Richard J., ed. Lucy B. Golsan and Richard J. Golsan, trans.

A Guide for Global Health Workers, Medical Practitioners, and NGO Volunteers
A historical, cultural, and medical guide for those planning to do health-related work in Mexico
Palazuelos, Daniel and Linnea Capps

Migrant Sites
America, Place, and Diaspora Literatures
A unique comparative study of immigrant and diaspora literatures in America
Kandiyoti, Dalia

The Mindful Medical Student
A Psychiatrist’s Guide to Staying Who You Are While Becoming Who You Want to Be
The essential primer on surviving the rigors of medical school—and thriving there—through the application of self-knowledge, self-care, and self-control
Spiegel, Jeremy, MD; Bernie Siegel, M.D., intro.

A More Conservative Place
Intellectual Culture in the Bush Era
An intervention toward understanding the recent dark political and intellectual days
Bové, Paul A.

Musical Design in Aeschylean Theater

Essential for those who want to see ancient plays produced—either physically in the theater or imaginatively in their own minds.
Scott, William C.

Musical Design in Sophoclean Theater

A new way to interpret the musical design underlying the music and choreography of Sophoclean theater.
Scott, William C.

The National Uncanny
Indian Ghosts and American Subjects
A unique look at Native American ghosts and US literature.
Bergland, Renée L.

Native Land Talk
Indigenous and Arrivant Rights Theories
How Native Americans and African Americans redefined nativity and shaped eighteenth- and nineteenth-century perceptions of rights, freedom, and belonging
Ben-zvi, Yael

Neoliberalism and Contemporary American Literature

How has American literature responded to the dominance of neoliberalism?
Kennedy, Liam and Stephen Shapiro

New World Courtships
Transatlantic Alternatives to Companionate Marriage
Varieties of marriage in early American and British novels
Adams-Campbell, Melissa M.

A Guide for Global Health Workers, Medical Practitioners, and NGO Volunteers
A historical, cultural, and medical guide for those planning to do health-related work in Nicaragua
Saunders, James E., Margo J. Krasnoff, and Benjamin Jastrzembski, Belinda Forbes, and Gerardo Gutierrez

No Innocent Bystanders
Performance Art and Audience
The changing role of the spectator in contemporary performance art
Ward, Frazer

No Laughing Matter
Visual Humor in Ideas of Race, Nationality, and Ethnicity
The role of race and ethnicity in global humor
Rosenthal, Angela, with David Bindman and Adrian W. B. Randolph

A Noble and Independent Course
The Life of the Reverend Edward Mitchell
Discovering the world of a remarkable historical figure
Lee, Forrester A. and James S. Pringle

Sestinas in the Twenty-First Century
The authoritative anthology of the unusual and challenging verse form, the sestina
Whitlow, Carolyn Beard and Marilyn Krysl, editors

The Old American
A Novel
A long-awaited new novel set in the period of the French and Indian Wars brings a new dimension to the region’s history
Hebert, Ernest

On Suffering
Pathways to Healing and Health
The first book to address issues of suffering as separate from pain that require psychologically and culturally sensitive interventions
Clarke, Beverley M.

On the Sleeve of the Visual
Race as Face Value
An investigation of race and the ontology of the visual
Raengo, Alessandra

The Other Presences
Reading Literature Other-Wise after the Transnational Turn in American Studies
Otherness in American studies
Tatschner, Florian

Photographic Memories
Private Pictures, Public Images, and American History
The role of photographs in the formation of public memories.
Kroes, Rob; Donald E. Pease, fwd.

Photography, History, Difference

Thinking differently about photography and its histories
Sheehan, Tanya (ed.)

The Plan for Perpetual Peace, On the Government of Poland, and Other Writings on History and Politics

The Collected Writings of Jean-Jacques Rousseau, Volume 11.
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques

Playing with Earth and Sky
Astronomy, Geography, and the Art of Marcel Duchamp
The influence of astronomy and geography on the great Dadaist
Housefield, James

Please RSVP
Questions on Collaborative Aesthetics, Trans-Subjectivity, and the Politics of Love
A theory of the collaborative in art
Durham, April

Please Touch
Dada and Surrealist Objects after the Readymade
Exploring the notion of tactility in dada and surrealism
Mileaf, Janine

The Poster
Art, Advertising, Design, and Collecting, 1860s–1900s
A landmark study of posters as art, design, and advertising in the nineteenth century
Iskin, Ruth E.

Postmodern Advertising in Japan
Seduction, Visual Culture, and the Tokyo Art Directors Club
A major study of postmodern developments in Japanese advertising and art
Bartal, Ory

The Power of Writing
Dartmouth '66 in the Twenty-First Century
Why writing matters in higher education
Donahue, Christiane, and Kelly Blewett, editors

A Power to Translate the World
New Essays on Emerson and International Culture
The impact of global thinkers on Emerson; Emerson’s impact on global thought
LaRocca, David and Ricardo Miguel-Alfonso

Prison Area, Independence Valley
American Paradoxes in Political Life and Popular Culture
A major voice in transnational American studies addresses politics and culture in post-9/11 America
Kroes, Rob

The Quest for Eternity
Manners and Morals in the Age of Chivalry. [Orig. pub. as The Age of Chivalry.]
(First published as THE AGE OF CHIVALRY) A lively and insightful interpretation of the Middle Ages.
Wood, Charles T.

The Racial Imaginary of the Cold War Kitchen
From Sokol’niki Park to Chicago’s South Side
Race, domesticity, and consumerism in the Cold War era
Baldwin, Kate A.

The Re-creation of Landscape
A Study of Wordsworth, Coleridge, Constable, and Turner
Compares the common concerns and impulses behind the works of four artists and writers, and demonstrates that the verbal and visual sides of romanticism are parts of a coherent whole.
Heffernan, James A. W.

Re-Framing the Transnational Turn in American Studies

What is the state of American studies in the twenty-first century?
Fluck, Winfried, and Donald E. Pease, John Carlos Rowe, eds.

A Reader’s Delight

One of America’s finest essayists writes about 40 literary masterpieces that have been wrongfully forgotten or were ignored in the first place.
Perrin, Noel

Relocating Eden
The Image and Politics of Inuit Exile in the Canadian Arctic
Addresses lingering questions about government resettlement of Native Canadians and its impact on their lives.
Marcus, Alan Rudolph.

Representing the French Revolution
Literature, Historiography, and Art
Fourteen essays examine how the French Revolution has been represented in art, literature, and historical narratives from England, France, Germany, and the Caribbean.
Heffernan, James A. W. , ed.

The Reveries of the Solitary Walker, Botanical Writings, and Letter to Franquières

Rousseau’s major works, available for the first time in a uniform English edition, continue with translations of three works from his final decade
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, Christopher Kelly, ed. Charles E. Butterworth, Alexandra Cook, and Terence E. Marshall, trans.

Rousseau on Women, Love, and Family

An exceptional anthology designed for courses on Rousseau, the history of philosophy, and women’s studies
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, Kelly, Christopher and Eve Grace, eds.

Rousseau, Judge of Jean-Jacques: Dialogues

Rousseau’s complete work, unified in English for the first time, premiers with an original translation of his Dialogues
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, Judith R. Bush, Christopher Kelly, and Roger D. Masters, trans.

The Salt House
A Summer on the Dunes of Cape Cod
A woman writer's lyrical memoir of a summer with her artist husband in a remote Cape Cod dune shack
Huntington, Cynthia

The Self in Black and White
Race and Subjectivity in Postwar American Photography
A study of race and authenticity in the photography of the civil rights era and beyond
Duganne, Erina

Shock and Awe
American Exceptionalism and the Imperatives of the Spectacle in Mark Twain’s A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court
American exceptionalism, global power, and Mark Twain
Spanos, William V.

Shock and the Senseless in Dada and Fluxus

A groundbreaking analysis of two movements of the historical avant-garde
Brill, Dorothée

Shreds of Matter
Cormac McCarthy and the Concept of Nature
A transatlantic examination of a celebrated American author
Greve, Julius

Sick of Nature

Essays that trace the making of a reluctant nature writer.
Gessner, David

Life and Death on the Front Lines of Pediatric Surgery
Literate, moving, and illuminating, Small is an unforgettable look inside the world of a pediatric surgeon
Musemeche, Catherine, MD

Social Contract, Discourse on the Virtue Most Necessary for a Hero, Political Fragments, and Geneva Manuscript

One of the most important and influential works in Western political thought
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, Judith R. Bush, Roger D. Masters, and Christopher Kelly, trans.

Stardust Monuments
The Saving and Selling of Hollywood
Hollywood is placeless, timeless, and iconic, a key fabricator and forger of American cultural myths and stories. How, then, will the history of Hollywood be written?
Trope, Alison

Stark Decency
German Prisoners of War in a New England Village
An evocative history of a World War II German POW camp in New Hampshire, where friendships among prisoners, guards, and villagers overcame the bitter divisions of war
Koop, Allen V. Hartmut Lang, fwd.

Technologies of History
Visual Media and the Eccentricity of the Past
Captain Kirk fought Nazis. JFK’s assassination is a videogame touchstone. And there’s no history like “Drunk History.”
Anderson, Steve F.

Thomas Hirschhorn
A New Political Understanding of Art?
The first study in English on the work and theory of a major installation artist
Braun, Christina

Time and the Digital
Connecting Technology, Aesthetics, and a Process Philosophy of Time
An original consideration of the temporal in digital art and aesthetics
Barker, Timothy Scott

Voices from Transgender Communities
A fascinating collective memoir of the lives and experiences of transgender people, in their own voices
Shultz, Jackson Wright

Transcendental Resistance
The New Americanists and Emerson's Challenge
A timely and engrossing critique of the New Americanists
Voelz, Johannes

Trauma and Recovery on War's Border
A Guide for Global Health Workers
A guide for mental health workers in regions traumatized by war, human rights violations, and poverty across the globe
Allden, Kathleen, MD, and Nancy Murakami, LCSW, editors

Trauma and Visuality in Modernity

Essays exploring the role of trauma in modern art.
Saltzman, Lisa and Eric Rosenberg, editors

Travels in Intermediality
ReBlurring the Boundaries
The cooperation and collaboration between media, art forms, and cultural studies
Herzogenrath, Bernd, ed.

The Treaty of Portsmouth and Its Legacies

The latest, probing look at the 1905 Portsmouth Peace Treaty, the last peace agreement between Japan and Russia
Ericson, Steven, Hockley, Allen, eds.

The Trial of Charles I
A Documentary History
Eyewitness accounts of the trial and execution of Charles I portray a revolutionary moment in English history
Lagomarsino, David, and Charles T. Wood, eds.

Transcultural Representations of Latinidad
A new conceptual lexicon challenges the colonizing discourses that traditionally represent Latinas/os.
Aparicio, Frances R., and Susana Chávez-Silverman, eds.

The Urban Spectator
American Concept-Cities from Kodak to Google
How conceptions of the American city changed in response to new media technologies
Gordon, Eric

A Violent Embrace
Art and Aesthetics after Representation
An urgent defense of aesthetics and the power of art
hoogland, renée c.

Visual Cultures of Science
Rethinking Representational Practices in Knowledge Building and Science Communication
A new collection explores the complex role of visual representation in science.
Pauwels, Luc, editor

The Voyage In
Fictions of Female Development
Sixteen articles on the female novel of development or Bildungsroman
Abel, Elizabeth; Hirsch, Marianne; and Langland, Elizabeth, eds.

What Are the Arts and Sciences?
A Guide for the Curious
An invaluable introduction to the arts and sciences for students, parents, and anyone curious about the nature of a liberal education
Rockmore, Dan, ed.

Where the Great River Rises
An Atlas of the Upper Connecticut River Watershed in Vermont and New Hampshire
A lavishly illustrated, comprehensive, interdisciplinary study of the natural and human elements that comprise the Upper Connecticut River watershed
Brown, Rebecca A., ed.

Winter Carnival
A Century of Dartmouth Posters
A celebration of posters from Dartmouth’s famed Winter Carnival
Satterfield, Jay, ed.

Women and Sports in the United States
A Documentary Reader
A thoroughly revised and expanded edition of the classic reader about women and sports in the United States
Schultz, Jaime, Jean O'Reilly, and Susan K. Cahn, eds

World Beats
Beat Generation Writing and the Worlding of U.S. Literature
The Beats through a global lens
Fazzino, Jimmy

Writing for Justice
Victor Séjour, the Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara, and the Age of Transatlantic Emancipations
Transnational battles for freedom and a personal work of remembrance
Mortara, Elèna

Writing National Cinema
Film Journals and Film Culture in Peru
A study of Peruvian Cinema and the role of criticism in forming a national cinematic vision
Middents, Jeffrey