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CHORD BOX

CHORD BOX
$16.00
In her first book, Chord Box, Elizabeth Lindsey Rogers envisions a world where each place is best known by its sound. Weaving complex junctions between music, speech, the body, and sexuality, these poems trace the arc of adolescence and early adulthood, rooting themselves in gritty landscapes of the South and Appalachia, China and its borderlands. Part narrative and part lyric, Rogers's poems make use of the whole field of the page, assembling an innovative poetic vocabulary that includes word, character, and symbol. By calling on figures from the recent as well as the distant past, this coming-of-age collection asks us to consider history, both personal and political. Whether struggling to make vibrato on the guitar or stringing together her first sentences in Mandarin, the speaker of these poems assumes the role of the eager student, edging her way toward an understanding with both fierceness and a sense of humility. Chord Box is exquisitely crafted and rich with feeling, a dazzling debut collection. Chord Box is part of the University of Arkansas Press Poetry Series, edited by Enid Shomer.
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9781557289988
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Cinematic Illuminations : The Middle Ages on Film

Cinematic Illuminations : The Middle Ages on Film
$30.00

This engaging new study analyzes cinematic treatments of the Middle Ages within a diverse range of popular and artistic films.

At a time when students have more experience with watching movies than with reading and evaluating literature and history, Cinematic Illuminations harnesses the power of popular culture to make accessible a period that often seems forbidding and remote. From The Seventh Seal and The Lion in Winter to Monty Python and the Holy Grail, the authors examine the ways in which the twentieth century has reimagined medieval times. Such analysis brings to life for students the literature, poetry, history, and art of the Middle Ages.

Drawing from current critical approaches to both medieval and film studies, Laurie A. Finke and Martin B. Shichtman focus on two main issues of historical film. First is the inherent tension between the artifice required by film to create historical reality and the accuracy central to claims of history. Second are the ways iconography and filming conventions rewrite our understanding of the historical period portrayed in the film. In this case, the authors ask, how do contemporary representations of the Middle Ages influence cultural fantasies about our own time? Their detailed and accessible readings reveal just how strongly medieval history continues to resonate with modern audiences.

Cinematic Illuminations offers medievalists, literary and cultural theorists, and film theorists and buffs a fresh approach to understanding how popular culture interprets and makes use of the past through the medium of film.

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9780801893452
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City of God

City of God
$17.00
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER

With brilliant and audacious strokes, E. L. Doctorow creates a breathtaking collage of memories, events, visions, and provocative thought, all centered on an idea of the modern reality of God. At the heart of this stylistically daring tour de force is a detective story about a cross that vanishes from a rundown Episcopal church in lower Manhattan only to reappear on the roof of an Upper West Side synagogue. Intrigued by the mystery--and by the maverick rector and the young rabbi investigating the strange act of desecration--is a well-known novelist, whose capacious brain is a virtual repository for the ideas and disasters of the age.

Daringly poised at the junction of the sacred and the profane, filled with the sights and sounds of New York, and encompassing a large cast of vividly drawn characters including theologians, scientists, Holocaust survivors, and war veterans, City of God is a monumental work of spiritual reflection, philosophy, and history by America's preeminent novelist and chronicler of our time.

Praise for City of God

"A grander perspective on the universe . . . a novel that sets its sights on God."--The Wall Street Journal

"Dazzling . . . The true miracle of City of God is the way its disparate parts fuse into a consistently enthralling and suspenseful whole."--Time

"Blooms with humor, and a humanity that carries triumphant as intelligent a novel as one might hope to find these days."--Los Angeles Times

"Radiates [with] panoramic ambition and spiritual incandescence."--Chicago Tribune

"One of the greatest American novels of the past fifty years . . . Reading City of God restores one's faith in literature."--The Houston Chronicle

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9780812985894
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Classic Cookies with Modern Twists: 100 Best Recipes for Old and New Favorites

Classic Cookies with Modern Twists: 100 Best Recipes for Old and New Favorites
$19.95
Here are 100 recipes every cookie-lover will love, including modern twists on the classics for when you're in the mood for something a little different. Who can resist a freshly baked cookie, still warm from the oven? Cookies are simple treats, easy to make, and perfect for almost any occasion, from an after-school snack to a thank-you gift, from bake sales to potlucks. For cookies that are delicious every time, look no further than recipes that have stood the test of time. This "best" collection includes classic favorites, like Snickerdoodles, buttery shortbread, and Peanut Blossoms, along with their modern twists, Cappuccino Snickerdoodles, Rosemary Chocolate Shortbread, and Peanut Butter and Jelly Blossoms. These fresh takes on best-loved cookie jar classics will have you falling in love with your favorites all over again.
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CLASSICAL HORIZONS

CLASSICAL HORIZONS
$31.95
This work relocates the origins of nineteenth-century social theory in classical Greece and focuses on three figures: Karl Marx, Max Weber, and Émile Durkheim, all of whom wrote dissertations on the culture and structure of ancient society. Greek philosophy, art, and politics inspired their ideas, stirred their imaginations, and defined their intellectual horizons. McCarthy rediscovers the forgotten dreams and classical horizons of these European social theorists and uncovers the close connections between sociology and philosophy, offering new insights into the methods, theories, and approaches of modern social science.
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9780791455647
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Clockwork War

Clockwork War
$15.99
To battle a menacing evil figure, a group of children team up with amazing mechanical machines built by genius clockmaker Karl Indergarten.

Best friends Karlheinz Indergarten and Leopold Croak clash in an epic, imaginary battle waged in the branches of an enormous, ancient oak tree. But when lightning strikes young Leopold, he loses his imagination, and with it, his sense of right and wrong. The damaged boy grows to adulthood, treading a sinister path of industrial conquest. And Leopold's thirst for power soon threatens the tree, the village, and worst of all, the children within.

But humble Karl discovers a gift for clockwork--the magic of gears and cogs--and assembles a mechanical army to fight back. Joined by the children themselves, Karl endeavors to save the village, the ancient oak, and maybe--just maybe--something more besides.

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Collected Poems

Collected Poems
$40.00

Frank Bidart and David Gewanter have compiled the definitive edition of Robert Lowell's work, from his first, impossible-to-find collection, Land of Unlikeness; to the early triumph of Lord Weary's Castle, winner of the 1946 Pulitzer Prize; to the brilliant willfulness of his versions of poems by Sappho, Baudelaire, Rilke, Montale, and other masters in Imitations; to the late spontaneity of The Dolphin, winner of another Pulitzer Prize; to his last, most searching book, Day by Day. This volume also includes poems and translations never previously collected, and a selection of drafts that demonstrate the poet's constant drive to reimagine his work. Collected Poems at last offers readers the opportunity to take in, in its entirety, one of the great careers in twentieth-century poetry.

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Collected Poems (Revised)

Collected Poems (Revised)
$18.95
Like an underground river, the astonishing poems of Joseph Ceravolo have nurtured American poetry for fifty years, a presence deeply felt but largely invisible. Collected Poems offers the first full portrait of Ceravolo's aesthetic trajectory, bringing to light the highly original voice that was operating at an increasing remove from the currents of the time. From a poetics associated with Frank O'Hara and John Ashbery to an ever more contemplative, deeply visionary poetics similar in sensibility to Zen and Dante, William Blake and St. John of the Cross, this collection shows how Ceravolo's poetry takes on a direct, quiet lyricism: intensely dedicated to the natural and spiritual life of the individual. As Ron Silliman notes, Ceravolo's later work reveals him to be "one of the most emotionally open, vulnerable and self-knowing poets of his generation." Many new pieces, including the masterful long poem "The Hellgate," are published here for the first time. This volume is a landmark edition for American poetry, and includes an introduction by David Lehman.
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9780819568618
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COLLECTED STORIES OF PETER TAYLOR

COLLECTED STORIES OF PETER TAYLOR
$25.00

Described by Anne Tyler as the undisputed master of the short story form, Peter Taylor imbued his stories with a powerful sense of the conflicts between the old rural society and the increasingly urbanized South. Ranging in subject from the story of the exposure of a respected doctor's infidelity by the family's longtime cook to the tale of elderly siblings whose party for young people exposes the town's class divisions, the stories often explore family dynamics within the larger society of the South.

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Columbus Noir

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$15.95

The state of Ohio could only escape the Akashic Noir Series for so long.

"Perfect for fans of crime novels and mysteries. The book tells stories of Columbus' dark doppelganger, where greed and pride have run rampant."
--Columbus Monthly Magazine

"Like the rest of the state of Ohio, Columbus has been hit hard by the opioid crisis, and the stories included in Akashic's ode to the city are as full of misery as the city currently is in real life. Moments of humanity shine through in many of the tales in this collection, and epic takes on pride and greed make many of the stories in this collection go beyond small miseries into the realm of Shakespearian tragedy. Urgent, beautiful, and not to be missed."
--CrimeReads, included in CrimeReads' Most Anticipated Crime Books of 2020

"When author Andrew Welsh-Huggins started on his latest work, he knew he wanted the stories to be focused in and around Columbus, his adopted hometown of 22 years. But it wasn't the area's bustling arts scene, avid sports culture or homey Midwestern feel that the writer and journalist wanted to highlight. Instead, he wanted to focus on the seedy inner workings of the city's underbelly--at least fictitiously--in Columbus Noir."
--Columbus Dispatch

"[Huggins] says Columbus is the perfect setting for the kind of mayhem that occurs when dreamers become schemers...Now he has convinced 13 local writers to join him in investigating Columbus' dark corners and imagining the kinds of things that can happen when relationships turn vicious and ambition trumps ethics."
--Columbus Monthly, Seven Questions with editor Andrew Welsh-Huggins

"Femmes fatales, shady clubs and antiheroes: all the elements are here in Columbus Noir, a satisfying collection of 14 stories by some of Ohio's best authors, in a series of more than a hundred books in an award-winning series that includes locales like Baghdad Noir and Wall Street Noir."
--Akron Beacon Journal

Akashic Books continues its award-winning series of original noir anthologies, launched in 2004 with Brooklyn Noir. Each book comprises all new stories, each one set in a distinct neighborhood or location within the respective city.

Brand-new stories by: Lee Martin, Robin Yocum, Kristen Lepionka, Craig McDonald, Chris Bournea, Andrew Welsh-Huggins, Tom Barlow, Mercedes King, Daniel Best, Laura Bickle, Yolonda Tonette Sanders, Julia Keller, Khalid Moalim, and Nancy Zafris.

From the introduction by Andrew Welsh-Huggins:

Today, Columbus is an epicenter of the opioid epidemic, awash in heroin and the even deadlier fentanyl as dealers flood the city with their wares...The wealth gap in the city is growing, and Columbus is now one of the deadliest places in the state for babies trying to make it to their first birthday, even more so if their mothers are African American. These days, Columbus is a place forensic investigators are moving to. Overdoses, homicides, infant mortality: at long last, we're finally as lethal as any big American city.

In that light (and darkness) I'm pleased to present

Columbus Noir, a collection of shadowy tales from the city's best storytellers set in neighborhoods across the metropolis. Sexual passion drives many of the stories, appropriate for a genre marked by protagonists striving for things out of their reach. Racism makes an appearance or two, as do those twin pillars of noir, greed and pride. Still, a deep appreciation of Columbus runs through the book as forcefully as the swath cut by the Olentangy after a couple of days of hard rain.

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9781617757655
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Columbus: The Secret DNA and Mysterious Origins of America's First Icon

$12.50
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Come Into the World Like That

$14.99
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9781944355104
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Common as Air

Common as Air
$23.00

Common as Air offers a stirring defense of our cultural commons, that vast store of art and ideas we have inherited from the past and continue to enrich in the present. Suspicious of the current idea that all creative work is "intellectual property," Lewis Hyde turns to America's Founding Fathers--men such as Adams, Madison, and Jefferson--in search of other ways to imagine the fruits of human wit and imagination. What he discovers is a rich tradition in which knowledge was assumed to be a commonwealth, not a private preserve.

For the founders, democratic self-governance itself demanded open and easy access to ideas. So did the growth of creative communities such as that of eighteenth-century science. And so did the flourishing of public persons, the very actors whose "civic virtue" brought the nation into being.

In this lively, carefully argued, and well-documented book, Hyde brings the past to bear on present matters, shedding fresh light on everything from the Human Genome Project to Bob Dylan's musical roots. Common as Air allows us to stand on the shoulders of America's revolutionary giants and thus to see beyond today's narrow debates over cultural ownership. What it reveals is nothing less than a vision of how to reclaim the commonwealth of art and ideas that we were meant to inherit.

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Communist Pigs: An Animal History of East Germany's Rise and Fall

Communist Pigs: An Animal History of East Germany's Rise and Fall
$40.00

The pig played a fundamental role in the German Democratic Republic's attempts to create and sustain a modern, industrial food system built on communist principles. By the mid-1980s, East Germany produced more pork per capita than West Germany and the UK, while also suffering myriad unintended consequences of this centrally planned practice: manure pollution, animal disease, and rolling food shortages.

The pig is an incredibly adaptive animal, and historian Thomas Fleischman uncovers three types of pig that played roles in this history: the industrial pig, remade to suit the conditions of factory farming; the wild boar, whose overpopulation was a side effect of agricultural development rather than a conservation success story; and the garden pig, reflective of the regime's growing acceptance of private, small-scale farming within the planned economy.

Fleischman chronicles East Germany's journey from family farms to factory farms, explaining how communist principles shaped the adoption of industrial agriculture practices. More broadly, Fleischman argues that agriculture under communism came to reflect standard practices of capitalist agriculture, and that the pork industry provides a clear illustration of this convergence. His analysis sheds light on the causes of the country's environmental and political collapse in 1989 and offers a warning about the high cost of cheap food in the present and future.

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9780295747309
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COMPARATIVE POLITICS: INTRO (P)

COMPARATIVE POLITICS: INTRO  (P)
$223.25
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Comparative Politics: A Global Introduction shows new students of world politics how the methods and concepts of comparative politics can lead them to ask critical questions to better understand the complex world around them. The majority of undergraduates in introductory comparative politics courses do not plan to pursue graduate education in political science nor embark upon careers as political scientists. Most hope to take part in public and perhaps international affairs as elected officials, civil servants, or engaged citizens. As such they will need to make countless decisions about public policy, including foreign policy, throughout their careers. Comparative Politics: A Global Introduction equips students to make better, more informed decisions. Central to that task are three important goals: (1) to introduce readers to the conceptual foundations of comparative politics, (2) to enhance their analytical and critical-thinking skills through an introduction to basic empirical techniques of political and social science, and (3) to promote their understanding of a wide range of countries and political leaders.
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9780073526430
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Complete Poems

Complete Poems
$39.95

The Complete Poems contains every poem that John Crowe Ransom wrote, including his three books--Poems About God, Chills and Fever, and Two Gentlemen in Bonds--as well as the additional poems that appeared in the three editions of his Selected Poems. The volume also collects poems that were published only in newspapers and magazines, as well as a handful of poems that Ransom left in manuscript at the time of his death.

This variorum edition establishes the definitive text of each poem, collating Ransom's elaborate revisions, which he carried out throughout his lifetime. Detailed annotations identify sources, parse obscure allusions, and highlight the archaic language central to Ransom's poetic technique. Edited by Ashby Bland Crowder, this volume constitutes an authoritative scholarly edition of Ransom's poetry, providing an essential resource for the study of twentieth-century American literature.

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Conference of the Birds

Conference of the Birds
$22.99
With enemies behind him and the unknown ahead, Jacob Portman's story continues as he takes a brave leap forward into The Conference of the Birds, the fifth novel in the #1 bestselling Miss Peregrine's Peculiar Children series by Ransom Riggs.

With his dying words, H--Jacob Portman's final connection to his grandfather Abe's secret life entrusts Jacob with a mission: Deliver newly con­tacted peculiar Noor Pradesh to an operative known only as V. Noor is being hunted. She is the subject of an ancient prophecy, one that foretells a looming apocalypse. Save Noor--Save the future of all peculiardom.

With only a few bewildering clues to follow, Jacob must figure out how to find V, the most enigmatic, and most powerful, of Abe's former associates. But V is in hiding and she never, ever, wants to be found.

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9780735231504
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Confucianism as a World Religion

Confucianism as a World Religion
$22.95

Is Confucianism a religion? If so, why do most Chinese think it isn't? From ancient Confucian temples, to nineteenth-century archives, to the testimony of people interviewed by the author throughout China over a period of more than a decade, this book traces the birth and growth of the idea of Confucianism as a world religion.


The book begins at Oxford, in the late nineteenth century, when Friedrich Max Müller and James Legge classified Confucianism as a world religion in the new discourse of world religions and the emerging discipline of comparative religion. Anna Sun shows how that decisive moment continues to influence the understanding of Confucianism in the contemporary world, not only in the West but also in China, where the politics of Confucianism has become important to the present regime in a time of transition. Contested histories of Confucianism are vital signs of social and political change.


Sun also examines the revival of Confucianism in contemporary China and the social significance of the ritual practice of Confucian temples. While the Chinese government turns to Confucianism to justify its political agenda, Confucian activists have started a movement to turn Confucianism into a religion. Confucianism as a world religion might have begun as a scholarly construction, but are we witnessing its transformation into a social and political reality?


With historical analysis, extensive research, and thoughtful reflection, Confucianism as a World Religion will engage all those interested in religion and global politics at the beginning of the Chinese century.

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9780691168111
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Conservation Catalysts: The Academy as Nature's Agent

Conservation Catalysts: The Academy as Nature's Agent
$30.00
This volume collects more than a dozen firsthand accounts of how conservationists at academic institutions are contending with biodiversity loss and climate change. Readers will learn how to protect wildlife habitats, improve water quality, build sustainable economies, and upgrade public amenities around the world.
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9781558443013
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Constituency Suitable for Ladies : And Other Social Histories of Indian Election

Constituency Suitable for Ladies : And Other Social Histories of Indian Election
$29.95
Women comprise a special category in Indian elections, by law and practice. Treating the planned 84 Amendment to the Constitution for 1/3 reservation for women in Parliament, which was never tabled, it points the way forward if women are to achieve larger roles and power in the electoral process.
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9780195679007
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Cooperstown Chronicles : Love & Other Camp Games

Cooperstown Chronicles : Love & Other Camp Games
$23.50
A sequence of insightful, delightful coming-of-age tales at a summer camp on Lake Otsego, near Cooperstown, NY in the 1960s. A letterpress edition, featuring hand-coloured wood engravings by Frank C Eckmair.
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9780913559697
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Coordinate Colleges for American Women: A Convergence of Interests, 1947-78

Coordinate Colleges for American Women: A Convergence of Interests, 1947-78
$41.00

Coordinate Colleges for American Women: A Convergence of Interests, 1947-78 explores the history of the coordinate college-a separate school of higher learning for women connected to an older, all-male institution. This book places special emphasis on three (previously all-male) liberal arts colleges located in the Midwest and upstate New York. They established women's coordinate colleges in the years following World War II, but ended them by 1980, becoming fully coeducational. The author draws on new primary sources to show that, in each case, a coordinate college was created to meet the converging interests of the founding institution-not to improve the education of women. The work is set in the context of four major social movements during the mid-to-late twentieth century involving civil rights, student rights, antiwar protest, and women's liberation.

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9781433158704
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Counter-Amores

Counter-Amores
$30.00

Jennifer Clarvoe's second book, Counter-Amores, wrestles with and against love. The poems in the title series talk back to Ovid's Amores, and, in talking back, take charge, take delight, and take revenge. They suggest that we discover what we love by fighting, by bringing our angry, hungry, imperfect selves into the battle. Like a man who shouts for the echo back from a cliff, or the scientist who teaches her parrot to say, "I love you," or the philosopher who wonders what it is like to be a bat, or Temple Grandin's lucid imaginings of the last moments of cattle destined for slaughter, the speakers in these poems seek to find themselves in relation to an ever-widening circle of unknowable others. Yearning for "the sweet cool hum of fridge and fluorescent that sang 'home, '" we're as likely to find "fifty-seven clicks and flickering channels pitched to the galaxy." Song itself becomes a site for gorgeous struggle, just as bella means both "beautiful" and "wars."

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9780226109282
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Counting Bodies: Population in Colonial American Writing

Counting Bodies: Population in Colonial American Writing
$40.00
Quantifiable citizenship in the form of birth certificates, census forms, and immigration quotas is so ubiquitous that today it appears ahistorical. Yet before the modern colonial era, there was neither a word for "population" in the sense of numbers of people, nor agreement that monarchs should count their subjects. Much of the work of naturalizing the view that people can be represented as populations took place far outside government institutions and philosophical treatises. It occurred instead in the work of colonial writers who found in the act of counting a way to imagine fixed boundaries between intermingling groups.

Counting Bodies explores the imaginative, personal, and narrative writings that performed the cultural work of normalizing the enumeration of bodies. By repositioning and unearthing a literary pre-history of population science, the book shows that representing individuals as numbers was a central element of colonial projects. Early colonial writings that describe routine and even intimate interactions offer a window into the way people wove the quantifiable forms of subjectivity made available by population counts into everyday life. Whether trying to make sense of plantation slavery, frontier warfare, rapid migration, or global commerce, writers framed questions about human relationships across different cultures and generations in terms of population.

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9780190934026
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Coyote Tales

Coyote Tales
$9.95
From stories collected by Allan Hayton and Daniel Elihu Kramer Young Audiences / 0-16m, 0-16w (Flexible cast of 3 to 16) / Bare stage A lively journey through Native American stories of Coyote, the trickster. Coyote is always trying to trick someone, but things rarely turn out quite as he plans. Coyote tries to get a new name from the Spirit Chief. Coyote makes human beings, and poses as a baby to steal light for them. Coyote tries to stop his friends Lizard and Cottontail from making fingers for the humans. Coyote steals salmon from five arguing sisters. Coyote disguises himself as a handsome young man, and tries to marry the most beautiful woman in the world. Coyote learns the trick of throwing his eyes, but has a little trouble getting them back. Traditional stories come to life in this engaging play for young audiences. LENGTH: 45 minutes
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Creativity Without Law: Challenging the Assumptions of Intellectual Property

Creativity Without Law: Challenging the Assumptions of Intellectual Property
$30.00

Behind the scenes of the many artists and innovators flourishing beyond the bounds of intellectual property laws

Intellectual property law, or IP law, is based on certain assumptions about creative behavior. The case for regulation assumes that creators have a fundamental legal right to prevent copying, and without this right they will under-invest in new work. But this premise fails to fully capture the reality of creative production. It ignores the range of powerful non-economic motivations that compel creativity, and it overlooks the capacity of creative industries for self-governance and innovative social and market responses to appropriation.

This book reveals the on-the-ground practices of a range of creators and innovators. In doing so, it challenges intellectual property orthodoxy by showing that incentives for creative production often exist in the absence of, or in disregard for, formal legal protections. Instead, these communities rely on evolving social norms and market responses--sensitive to their particular cultural, competitive, and technological circumstances--to ensure creative incentives. From tattoo artists to medical researchers, Nigerian filmmakers to roller derby players, the communities illustrated in this book demonstrate that creativity can thrive without legal incentives, and perhaps more strikingly, that some creative communities prefer, and thrive, in environments defined by self-regulation rather than legal rules.

Beyond their value as descriptions of specific industries and communities, the accounts collected here help to ground debates over IP policy in the empirical realities of the creative process. Their parallels and divergences also highlight the value of rules that are sensitive to the unique mix of conditions and motivations of particular industries and communities, rather than the monoculture of uniform regulation of the current IP system.

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9781479856244
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Cyprus Portraits

Cyprus Portraits
$25.00
A thoughtful look at the divided island of Cyprus and its people, written by a visiting Fulbright scholar. This travel memoir covers numerous visits to Cyprus between 2005 and 2013, where the author engaged in meaningful dialogue with Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots in the north and the south of this divided island.
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9781880977415
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