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1 P O L I T I C A L H I S T O RY 2 T H E WA R O F 1 8 1 2 3 C I V I L WA R 4 AFRICAN AMERICAN HISTORY/ THE NEW BLACK STUDIES SERIES 7 SOUTHERN UNITED STATES 8 LABOR 8 THE WORKING CLASS IN AMERICAN HISTORY SERIES 10 WOMENS HISTORY 10 WOMEN IN AMERICAN HISTORY SERIES 11 MIGRATION/IMMIGRATION 12 CULTURAL HISTORY 14 THE HISTORY OF COMMUNICATION 15 JOURNALS

The Deepest Sense


A Cultural History of Touch
CONSTANCE CLASSEN

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Fleshes out our understanding of the past with explorations of lived experiences of embodiment from the middle ages to modernity. This intimate and sensuous approach to history makes it possible to foreground the tactile foundations of Western culturethe ways in which feelings shaped society. She delves into a range of vital issues, from the uses and prohibitionsof touch in social interaction to the disciplining of the body by the modern state, from the changing feel of the urban landscape to the technologization of touch in modernity.
296 pp. 6 x 9. 8 b & w photos. 2012. *Cloth 978-0-252-03493-0. $80.00 $56.00 Paper 978-0-252-07859-0. $25.00 $17.50

Studies in Sensory History

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The Obama Phenomenon


Toward a Multiracial Democracy
EDITED BY CHARLES P. HENRY, ROBERT L. ALLEN, AND ROBERT CHRISMAN

Beginning as a special issue of The Black Scholar, this probing collection illustrates the impact of the Obama phenomenon on the future of U.S. race relations.
Contributors are Josephine A. V. Allen, Robert L. Allen, Herb Boyd, Donald R. Deskins Jr., Cheryl I. Harris, Charles P. Henry, Dwight N. Hopkins, John L. Jackson, Maulana Karenga, Robin D. G. Kelley, Martin Kilson, Clarence Lusane, Julianne Malveaux, Shaun Ossei-Owusu, Dianne M. Pinderhughes, Sherman C. Puckett, Scharn Robinson, Ula Y. Taylor, Alice Walker, Hanes Walton Jr., and Ronald Williams II.
344 pp. 6.125 x 9.25. 2 charts, 7 tables. 2011. *Cloth 978-0-252-03645-3. $75.00 $52.50 Paper 978-0-252-07822-4. $25.00 $17.50

Obama, Clinton, Palin


Making History in Election 2008
EDITED BY LIETTE GIDLOW

Contributors include Kathryn Kish Sklar on Clintons gender masquerade; Tiffany Ruby Patterson on the politics of black anger; Mitch Kachun on Michelle Obama and stereotypes about black womens bodies; Glenda E. Gilmore on black womens century of effort to expand political opportunities for African Americans; Tera W. Hunter on the lost legacy of Shirley Chisholm; Susan M. Hartmann on why the U.S. has not yet followed western democracies in electing a female head of state; Melanie Gustafson on Palin and the political traditions of the American West; Ronald Formisano on the populist resurgence in 2008; Paula Baker on how digital technologies threaten the secret ballot; Catherine E. Rymph on Palins distinctive brand of political feminism; and Elisabeth I. Perry on the new look of American leadership.
192 pp. 6 x 9. 3 tables. 2012. *Cloth 978-0-252-03660-6. $65.00 $45.50 Paper 978-0-252-07830-9. $25.00 $17.50

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Making Sense of American Liberalism


EDITED BY JONATHAN BELL AND TIMOTHY STANLEY

Contributors Anthony J. Badger, Jonathan Bell, Lizabeth Cohen, Susan Hartmann, Ella Howard, Bruce Miroff, Nelson Lichtenstein, Doug Rossinow, Timothy Stanley, and Timothy Thurber assess the problems liberals have confronted in the twentieth century, and potential for future liberal reform.
280 pp. 6 x 9. 2012. Cloth 978-0-252-03686-6. $55.00 $38.50

AVAILABLE JULY 2012

The Supreme Court and McCarthyEra Repression


One Hundred Decisions
ROBERT M. LICHTMAN

Veteran attorney Robert M. Lichtman delivers a history of the U.S. Supreme Courts decisions in Communist cases during the McCarthy era. Stressing the Courts vulnerability to public criticism and attacks by elected officials, these cases show the range and intrusiveness of McCarthy-era repression.
320 pp. 6.125 x 9.25. 21 b & w photos, 2 line drawings. 2012. Cloth 978-0-252-03700-9. $60.00 $42.00

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The War of 1812


A Forgotten Conict
DONALD R. HICKEY
Bicentennial Edition

This comprehensive and authoritative history of the War of 1812, thoroughly revised for the 200th anniversary of the historic conflict, is a myth-shattering study that will inform and entertain students, historians, and general readers alike. Praise for the first edition: A well-researched and extensively documented overview of the causes and consequences of the War of 1812. In a penetrating analysis of prewar society, the author accumulates evidence suggesting that the war was ultimately unnecessary and unpopular. . . . Highly recommended as an inclusive political, military, and social treatment of a customarily neglected war. American Library Association Booklist Despite being forgotten and overlooked, the War of 1812 was a significant milestone in the development of the United States. [Hickey] was accurate when he wrote, Although looking to the past, the war was fraught with consequences for the future, and for this reason it is worth studying today. And there is no better place to start than with The War of 1812.Civil War News The definitive study.Journal of American History
480 pp. 6.125 x 9.25. 47 b & w photos, 5 maps, 2 charts. 2012. Paper 978-0-252-07837-8. $24.95 $17.47

Winner of a Best Book Award from the American Military Institute (first edition)

Illinois in the War of 1812


GILLUM FERGUSON

For more than a century, there has been no booklength historical study of the War of 1812 in Illinois, but Gillum Ferguson has labored mightily to remedy that historiographical shortcoming. Massively researched and well written, Illinois in the War of 1812 is a pioneering work that will undeniably appeal to scholars, local historians, and interested readers. Rodney O. Davis, coeditor of The Lincoln-Douglas Debates: The Lincoln Studies Center Edition In this engrossing new history, published upon the wars bicentennial, Gillum Ferguson underlines the crucial importance of the War of 1812 in the development of Illinois as a state. The history of Illinois in the War of 1812 has never before been told with so much attention to the personalities who fought it, the events that defined it, and its lasting consequences.
360 pp. 6.125 x 9.25. 12 b & w photos. 2012. Cloth 978-0-252-03674-3. $34.95 $24.47

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C I V I L WA R

A Secret Society History of the Civil War


MARK A. LAUSE

Analyzes how the Old Worlds traditions influenced various underground groups and movements in America, particularly George Lippards Brotherhood of the Union, an attempt to replicate the political secret societies that drove the European Revolutions of 1848. A fascinating and provocative study that illuminates the history of the Civil War era by probing the relationship between political secret societies and social radicalism in Europe and antebellum reform and sectional crisis in the United States. This book will be a tremendous resource of information for scholars, and it is one of the most genuinely original works that I have ever read.Robert E. May, author of Manifest Destinys Underworld: Filibustering in Antebellum America
248 pp. 6 x 9. 12 b & w photos. 2011. Cloth 978-0-252-03655-2. $35.00 $24.50

AVAILABLE FALL 2012

Mary Lincolns Insanity Case


A Documentary History
JASON EMERSON

Drawing from never-before-published archival materials, Jason Emerson sheds new light on Mary Lincolns internment and two trials on charges of insanity. He examines significant documents, witness testimonies, and presumptions of fact in this case that generated national interest and vexing debate.
256 pp. 6.125 x 9.25. 5 b & w photos. 2012. Cloth 978-0-252-03707-8. $35.00 $24.50

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Lincolns Political Generals


DAVID WORK

Readers, especially those interested in the fascinating relationship between war and politics in the Northern war effort, will find this book enjoyable and useful. Journal of American History In this thoroughgoing study of sixteen political generals in the Union army, David Work demonstrates convincingly that these generals efforts significantly aided the Union war effort in their capacity as administrators, political supporters, recruiters and organizers of troops, and advocates of the Union cause among key political and ethnic constituencies.James M. McPherson, author of Battle Cry of Freedom: The Civil War Era, winner of the Pulitzer Prize
320 pp. 6.125 x 9.25. 16 b & w photos. February 2012. Paper 978-0-252-07861-3. $19.95 $13.97

Winner of the Hay-Nicolay Prize of the Abraham Lincoln Association and the Abraham Lincoln Institute

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AVAILABLE JUNE 2012

The Black Chicago Renaissance


EDITED BY DARLENE CLARK HINE AND JOHN MCCLUSKEY JR.

This landmark anthology, the first to comprehensively gather work on the Black Chicago Renaissance, ratifies that topics ascendant stature within recent African American and American historical study. A tremendous achievement for its editors and contributors, and an indispensable scholarly resource for generations to come.Adam Green, author of Selling the Race: Culture, Community, and Black Chicago, 19401955
Contributors are Hilary Mac Austin, David T. Bailey, Murry N. DePillars, Samuel A. Floyd Jr., Erik S. Gellman, Jeffrey Helgeson, Darlene Clark Hine, John McCluskey Jr., Christopher Robert Reed, Elizabeth Schlabach, and Clovis E. Semmes.
272 pp. 8.5 x 11. 37 color photos, 5 b & w photos. 2012. *Cloth 978-0-252-03702-3. $80.00 $56.00 Paper 978-0-252-07858-3. $27.95 $19.57

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The Roots of Rough Justice


Origins of American Lynching
MICHAEL J. PFEIFER

Extends the historical treatment of lynching back in time and ties the history of mob violence to the broad currents of nineteenth-century American history. His work will be foundational to all subsequent scholarship on lynching, both before and after the Civil War. W. Fitzhugh Brundage, author of Lynching in the New South: Georgia and Virginia, 18801930
160 pp. 6 x 9. 2 maps, 2 tables. 2011. Cloth 978-0-252-03613-2. $40.00 $28.00

AVAILABLE MAY 2012

Sex, Sickness, and Slavery


Dening Illness in the Antebellum South
MARLI F. WEINER
With editorial assistance by Mazie Hough

This study of medical treatment in the antebellum South argues that Southern physicians scientific training and practice uniquely entitled them to formulate medical justification for the imbalanced racial hierarchies of the period.
328 pp. 6.125 x 9.25. 2012. Cloth 978-0-252-03699-6. $60.00 $42.00

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THE NEW BLACK STUDIES SERIES

The Rise of Chicagos Black Metropolis, 19201929


CHRISTOPHER ROBERT REED

An important contribution to the field of African American urban history and the history of black Chicago in particular. Among other things, Christopher Robert Reed persuasively cites the need for a reappraisal of Cayton and Drakes classic depiction of Chicagos Black Metropolis by illuminating the role of professionals and political and religious organizations.Robert E. Weems Jr., author of Black Business in the Black Metropolis: The Chicago Metropolitan Assurance Company, 19251985
288 pp. 6.125 x 9.25. 12 b & w photos, 1 map. 2011. Cloth 978-0-252-03623-1. $55.00 $38.50

AVAILABLE APRIL 2012

Africans to Spanish America


Expanding the Diaspora
EDITED BY SHERWIN K. BRYANT, RACHEL SARAH OTOOLE, AND BEN VINSON III

A pioneering effort to write the history of Africans in colonial Spanish America using the African diaspora paradigm. The authors fully demonstrate the considerable potential of this approach.Kris Lane, author of The Colour of Paradise: The Emerald in the Age of Gunpowder Empires
Contributors are Joan Cameron Bristol, Nancy E. van Deusen, Leo Garafalo, Herbert S. Klein, Charles Beatty Medina, Karen Y. Morrison, Rachel Sarah OToole, Frank Trey Proctor, and Michele B. Reid.
288 pp. 6 x 9. 1 line drawing, 2 maps, 5 tables. 2012. Cloth 978-0-252-03663-7. $50.00 $35.00

AVAILABLE MAY 2012

Rebels and Runaways


Slave Resistance in Nineteenth-Century Florida
LARRY EUGENE RIVERS

Most studies of antebellum slavery have either ignored or forgotten the bold actions of hundreds of enslaved Africans in Florida. Riverss poignant study makes a strong case that this thrilling human drama played out over many generationsconstitutes perhaps the largest slave rebellion in American history. After reading this splendid book, historians and others interested in Americas history will never look at slave resistance in the same way again.James M. Denham, author of A Rogues Paradise: Crime and Punishment in Antebellum Florida, 18211861
264 pp. 6 x 9. 32 b & w photos, 7 tables. 2012. Cloth 978- 0-252-03691-0. $55.00 $38.50

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Daughter of the Empire State


The Life of Judge Jane Bolin
JACQUELINE A. MCLEOD

Jacqueline A. McLeod not only premieres the public life of Jane Matilda Bolin but also bridges some of the gaps that exist in studies of lawyers who are most likely to be male and of female lawyers who are most likely to be white. This is an engaging work that will be of interest to scholars of womens history and African American history. Stephanie J. Shaw, author of What a Woman Ought to Be and to Do: Black Professional Women Workers During the Jim Crow Era
168 pp. 6 x 9. 4 b & w photos. 2011. Cloth 978-0-252-03657-6. $30.00 $21.00

Eugene Kinckle Jones


The National Urban League and Black Social Work, 19101940
FELIX L. ARMFIELD

This important book rescues Eugene Kinckle Jones from relative historical obscurity and anchors his rightful place as a major black leader.Robert L. Harris Jr., coeditor of The Columbia Guide to African American History Since 1939
136 pp. 6 x 9. 7 b & w photos, 1 map. 2012. Cloth 978-0-252-03658-3. $55.00 $38.50

Black Internationalist Feminism


Women Writers of the Black Left, 19451995
CHERYL HIGASHIDA

An accomplished blend of radical social history and literary analysis, this book promises to revolutionize the field.Michelle Ann Stephens, author of Black Empire: The Masculine Global Imaginary of Caribbean Intellectuals in the United States, 19141962
264 pp. 6 x 9. 2011. Cloth 978-0-252-03650-7. $50.00 $35.00

AVAILABLE FALL 2012

Quaker Brotherhood
Interracial Activism and the American Friends Service Committee, 19171950
ALLAN W. AUSTIN

This volume examines the Quakers interracial activism through their American Friends Service Committee, providing important insights into Quakers, white antiracist activism, interracial coalition building, and evolving notions of race.
280 pp. 6 x 9. 2012. Cloth 978-0-252-03704-7. $55.00 $38.50

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African or American?
Black Identity and Political Activism in New York City, 17841861
LESLIE M. ALEXANDER

[Alexanders] survey of black leadership is excellent, her sensitivity to local black politics is admirable, and her tracing of the varied black investment in emigrations is . . . correct and adds to our understanding of antebellum reform and nationalism.American Historical Review
288 pp. 6.125 x 9.25. 21 b & w photos. 2012. Paper 978-0-252-07853-8. $28.00

Awarded the Cheikh Anta Diop Award for Outstanding Scholarship in the field of Africana Studies by the National Council for Black Studies (NCBS)

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Ghost of the Ozarks


Murder and Memory in the Upland South
BROOKS BLEVINS

Recounts the gripping events and media coverage surrounding of the murder investigation of harmonica-playing drifter Connie Franklin and the brutal rape of his teenaged fiance, and the subsequent trial, where a man claiming to be the murder victimthe Ghost of the Ozarksappeared to testify. Does an outstanding job of retelling the ins and outs of this fantastic and entertaining storythe sensationalism of the press, the charges of rape, peonage, and privilege, the dramatic trial, and even the reappearance of the murder victim.Michael Pierce, associate editor, Arkansas Historical Quarterly
296 pp. 6.125 x 9.25. 18 b & w photos, 1 line drawing, 5 maps. 2012. Cloth 978-0-252-03695-8. $29.95 $20.97

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Transforming Places
Lessons from Appalachia
EDITED BY STEPHEN L. FISHER AND BARBARA ELLEN SMITH

Illuminates widely relevant lessons about building coalitions and movements with sufficient strength to challenge corporate-driven globalization.
Contributors are Fran Ansley, Yaira Andrea Arias Soto, Dwight B. Billings, M. Kathryn Brown, Jeannette Butterworth, Paul Castelloe, Aviva Chomsky, Dave Cooper, Walter Davis, Meredith Dean, Elizabeth C. Fine, Jenrose Fitzgerald, Doug Gamble, Nina Gregg, Edna Gulley, Molly Hemstreet, Mary Hufford, Ralph Hutchison, Donna Jones, Ann Kingsolver, Sue Ella Kobak, Jill Kriesky, Michael E. Maloney, Lisa Markowitz, Linda McKinney, Ladelle McWhorter, Marta Maria Miranda, Chad Montrie, Maureen Mullinax, Phillip J. Obermiller, Rebecca ODoherty, Cassie Robinson Peger, Randal Peger, Anita Puckett, Katie Richards-Schuster, June Rostan, Rees Shearer, Daniel Swan, Joe Szakos, Betsy Taylor, Thomas E. Wagner, Craig White, and Ryan Wishart.
336 pp. 6.125 x 9.25. 12 b & w photos. 2012. *Cloth 978-0-252-03666-8. $85.00 $59.50; Paper 978-0-252-07838-5. $30.00 $21.00

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The Poco Field


An American Story of Place
TALMAGE A. STANLEY

Effectively argues that the natural, built, and social environments of a particular place can produce a way of life that is an honest response to the demands, limits, and promises of that place.Dwight B. Billings, coauthor of The Road to Poverty: The Making of Wealth and Hardship in Appalachia
264 pp. 6 x 9. 33 b & w photos, 1 map, 1 table. 2012. *Cloth 978-0-252-03667-5. $75.00 $52.50; Paper 978-0-252-07839-2. $28.00 $19.60

Spirits of Just Men


Mountaineers, Liquor Bosses, and Lawmen in the Moonshine Capital of the World
CHARLES D. THOMPSON JR.

A thought-provoking portrait of 1930s Appalachia.Library Journal


304 pp. 6.125 x 9.25. 29 b & w photos, 1 map. 2011. * Cloth 978-0-252-03512-8. $75.00 $52.50; Paper 978-0-252-07808-8. $23.95 $16.77

Combating Mountaintop Removal


New Directions in the Fight against Big Coal
BRYAN T. MCNEIL

This close ethnographic study of community activist group Coal River Mountain Watch investigates the local effects of globalization on ideas of identity, history, and landscape.
216 pp. 6 x 9. 3 b & w photos, 1 map, 2 charts, 2 tables. 2011. Cloth 978-0-252-03643-9. $45.00 $31.50

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LABOR

Archie Green
The Making of a Working-Class Hero
SEAN BURNS
Foreword by David Roediger. With a final interview conducted by Nick Spitzer

An intimate, first-person account of Greens life that illuminates ideological and strategic links between expressive culture and progressive action. Folklorists, labor historians, discographers, and students and scholars of American culture will treasure this book.Robert McCarl, editor of Latinos in Idaho: Celebrando Cultura Capturing the many dimensions of Greens remarkably influential life and work, Sean Burns draws on extensive interviews with Green and his many collaborators to examine the intersections of radicalism, folklore, labor history, and worker culture with Greens work.
232 pp. 6 x 9. 16 b & w photos. 2011. Paper 978-0-252-07828-6. $25.00 $17.50

Publication of this book was supported by a grant from the L. J. and Mary C. Skaggs Folklore Fund.

We Are the Union


Democratic Unionism and Dissent at Boeing
DANA L. CLOUD

Engages union reformers at Boeing in Wichita and Seattle to reveal how ordinary workers attempted to take command of their futures by chipping away at the cozy partnership between union leadership and corporate management. Dana L. Cloud raises vital, critical questions: Why have union reformers had so little success in the last thirty-five years? To what extent have their own analyses, actions, and choices contributed to the shortfalls or outright failures of their efforts? Given the deepening crisis of the U.S. labor movement, it is well past time to ask these questions.Peter Rachleff, author of Hard Pressed in the Heartland: The Hormel Strike and the Future of the Labor Movement
256 pp. 6 x 9. 13 b & w photos. 2011. Cloth 978-0-252-03637-8. $55.00 $38.50

THE WORKING CLASS IN AMERICAN HISTORY SERIES

The Gospel of the Working Class


Labors Southern Prophets in New Deal America
ERIK S. GELLMAN AND JAROD ROLL

This outstanding and impressively researched study reveals the tremendous significance of Claude Williams and Owen Whitfield, two major figures in the efforts to organize southern black and white workers. Erik S. Gellman and Jarod Roll also show the significance of religion in southern working class history. There have been other studies of various religious figures who worked for social justice in the South during this era, but this is the finest one that I have read. Nan Elizabeth Woodruff, author of American Congo: The African American Freedom Struggle in the Delta
248 pp. 6 x 9. 13 b & w photos, 1 map. 2011. *Cloth 978-0-252-03630-9. $75.00 $52.50 Paper 978-0-252-07840-8. $30.00 $21.00

Gleanings of Freedom
Free and Slave Labor along the Mason-Dixon Line, 17901860
MAX GRIVNO

Max Grivno closely examines a handful of counties in northern Maryland and southern Pennsylvania to illustrate how these rural local communities represented issues of national historical significance, including the dynamic, multifaceted relationship between slave and free labor, the lives of free black and white farmhands, the domestic slave trades impact on the people of the Upper South, and the struggles of enslaved and free blacks to liberate themselves and their families from bondage through immediate and delayed manumissions.
296 pp. 6 x 9. 2 b & w photos, 1 map, 4 charts, 4 tables. 2011. Cloth 978-0-252-03652-1. $50.00 $35.00

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Banded Together
Economic Democratization in the Brass Valley
JEREMY BRECHER

Accessible, clear, and engaged, Banded Together will make an impressive addition to the ways historians understand deindustrialization.Peter Rachleff, author of Hard Pressed in the Heartland: The Hormel Strike and the Future of the Labor Movement
280 pp. 6 x 9. 2011. *Cloth 978-0-252-03612-5. $75.00 $52.50; Paper 978-0-252-07806-4. $27.00 $18.90

AVAILABLE FEBRUARY 2012

Chicago in the Age of Capital


Class, Politics, and Democracy during the Civil War and Reconstruction
JOHN B. JENTZ AND RICHARD SCHNEIROV

This sweeping interpretive history boldly traces the dramatic capitalist transition in Chicago during a period that saw the rise of a permanent wage-worker class and the formation of an industrial middle class.
320 pp. 6.125 x 9.25. 5 maps, 10 charts, 5 tables. 2012. Cloth 978-0-252-03683-5. $55.00 $38.50

AVAILABLE JULY 2012

The Haymarket Conspiracy


Transatlantic Anarchist Networks
TIMOTHY MESSER-KRUSE

Challenges the dominant view of the Haymarket Bombing and Trial of 188687, questioning whether there is reliable and convincing evidence that the bombing was in fact the culmination of a coordinated plan of attack.
272 pp. 6 x 9. 2012. *Cloth 978-0-252-03705-4. $75.00 $52.50; Paper 978-0-252-07860-6. $30.00 $21.00

Guest Workers and Resistance to U.S. Corporate Despotism


IMMANUEL NESS

The topics of guest worker programs, internal and international labor migration, and worker organizing are fundamental to understanding todays economy and labor market. Immanuel Nesss argument that business is actively involved in creating the notion of labor shortages while pushing programs to meet their interests is a crucial addition to the immigration policy debate.Stephanie Luce, author of Fighting for a Living Wage
232 pp. 6 x 9. 1 chart, 6 tables. 2011. *Cloth 978-0-252-03627-9. $70.00 $49.00; Paper 978-0-252-07817-0. $25.00 $17.50

AVAILABLE APRIL 2012

Child Care in Black and White


Working Parents and the History of Orphanages
JESSIE B. RAMEY

This book is an important contribution to the history of child welfare policy. Jessie B. Rameys research illustrates the role racial segregation played in a northern industrialized city in child welfare policies for dependent children whose parents turned to orphanages for help.Kriste Lindenmeyer, author of The Greatest Generation Grows Up: American Childhood in the 1930s
320 pp. 6 x 9. 22 b & w photos, 8 charts, 13 tables. 2012. Cloth 978-0-252-03690-3. $55.00 $38.50

Winner of the Herbert G. Gutman Prize from the Labor and Working-Class History Association

The Labor Question in America


Economic Democracy in the Gilded Age
ROSANNE CURRARINO

This splendidly researched cultural and intellectual history . . . offers a masterful explanation of the move from a producerist to a consumerist understanding of citizenship and labor.Lawrence M. Lipin, author of Workers and the Wild: Conservation, Consumerism, and Labor in Oregon, 191030
232 pp. 6 x 9. 2011. *Cloth 978-0-252-03570-8. $70.00 $49.00; Paper 978-0-252-07786-9. $25.00 $17.50

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Making Feminist Politics


Transnational Alliances between Women and Labor
SUZANNE FRANZWAY AND MARY MARGARET FONOW

This timely and detailed examination of the intersections of feminism, labor politics, and global studies reveals the ways in which women across the world are transforming labor unions. Making Feminist Politics is empirically rich and analytically nuanced. I do not know of another book with this breadth of focus. Ranging from the family to global governance and from internal politics in an international union to coalition-building at the World Social Forum, this is fascinating material.Catherine Eschle, coauthor of Making Feminist Sense of the Global Justice Movement
192 pp. 6 x 9. 1 table. 2011. *Cloth 978-0-252-03596-8. $70.00 $49.00; Paper 978-0-252-07792-0. $25.00 $17.50

Dening Deviance
Sex, Science, and Delinquent Girls, 18901960
MICHAEL A. REMBIS

An excellent history of the involuntary commitment of delinquent girls. . . . Highly recommended.Choice


248 pp. 6.125 x 9.25. 9 b & w photos. 2011. Cloth 978-0-252-03606-4. $50.00 $35.00

WOMEN IN AMERICAN HISTORY SERIES


AVAILABLE APRIL 2012

Rape in Chicago
Race, Myth, and the Courts
DAWN RAE FLOOD

Assesses how individual men and women, particularly African Americans, understood and challenged rape myths and claimed their right to be protected as American citizensprotected by the State against violence, and protected from the States prejudicial investigations and interrogations.
272 pp. 6 x 9. 2 tables. 2012. Cloth 978-0-252-03689-7. $55.00 $38.50

Demanding Child Care


Womens Activism and the Politics of Welfare, 19401971
NATALIE M. FOUSEKIS

Introduces readers to a remarkable cast of characters: ordinary women who recognized that to support their families they needed the peace of mind that quality child care could provide; visionary educators and teachers who understood child care as part of public education, and not social assistance; and male allies in the legislature and public service who were instrumental in policymaking.Eileen Boris, coeditor of The Practice of U.S. Womens History: Narratives, Dialogues, and Intersections
264 pp. 6.125 x 9.25. 6 b & w photos. 2011. Cloth 978-0-252-03625-5. $50.00 $35.00

AVAILABLE MAY 2012

Black Women and Politics in New York City


JULIE A. GALLAGHER

Traces the paths of black women activists from womens clubs and civic organizations to national politicsincluding appointments to presidential commissions, congressional offices, and even a presidential candidacywhile articulating the vision of politics the women developed and its influence on the Democratic party and its policies.
276 pp. 6 x 9. 12 b & w photos, 1 map, 1 table. 2012. Cloth 978-0-252-03696-5. $55.00 $38.50

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In Pursuit of Gold
Chinese American Miners and Merchants in the American West
SUE FAWN CHUNG

[Sue Fawn Chungs] focus is on three relatively isolated mining towns in Nevada and Oregon, but her narrative sweep encompasses the broader experiences of the Chinese diaspora. Acknowledging the challenges of discrimination and hostility, Chung demonstrates a wide range of contributions by Chinese Americans and identifies areas of positive interaction with the dominant Euro-American society. James J. Rawls, coeditor of A Golden State: Mining and Economic Development in Gold Rush California
296 pp. 6.125 x 9.25. 16 b & w photos, 4 maps, 4 tables. 2011. Cloth 978-0-252-03628-6. $55.00 $38.50

Pacic Citizens
Larry and Guyo Tajiri and Japanese American Journalism in the World War II Era
EDITED, WITH AN INTRODUCTION AND NOTES, BY GREG ROBINSON
Foreword by Harry Honda

Pacific Citizens is an extraordinary piece of historical scholarship. Robinson . . . . analytically rigorous while at the same time writing in narrative prose characterized by grace and accessibility.Arthur A. Hansen, coeditor of Reflections on Shattered Windows: Promises and Prospects for Asian American Studies
344 pp. 6.125 x 9.25. 7 b & w photos. 2012. Cloth 978-0-252-03672-9. $60.00 $42.00

The Asian American Experience

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The Scent of the Gods


FIONA CHEONG
Edited by Leslie Bow

Tells the enchanting, haunting story of a young girls coming of age in Singapore during the tumultuous years of its formation as a nation. Charged and poetic. . . . A story exquisitely poised between the specific and the mythic, delicately narrated and profoundly resonant.Publishers Weekly
304 pp. 6 x 8.25. 1 map. 2011. Paper 978-0-252-07642-8. $22.00 $15.40

AVAILABLE JUNE 2012

Russia in Motion
Cultures of Human Mobility since 1850
EDITED BY JOHN RANDOLPH AND EUGENE M. AVRUTIN

This well-crafted collection of essays brings together a comprehensive selection of new research on mobility in Russia from the Tsarist Empires westernmost provinces to the Far East. Of worldwide interest to scholars in migration studies as well as East Europeanist studies.Dirk Hoerder, author of Cultures in Contact: World Migrations in the Second Millennium
304 pp. 6.125 x 9.25. 3 charts. 2012. Cloth 978-0-252-03703-0. $55.00 $38.50

Studies of World Migrations

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A New Language, A New World


Italian Immigrants in the United States, 18901945
NANCY C. CARNEVALE

Outstanding from start to finish. . . . The author displays exceptional range and depth in exploring not only the interior world of Italian American life, but also the intersections of this groups story with that of other immigrant communities and with society as a whole. . . . Highly recommended.Choice
264 pp. 6 x 9. 2012. Paper 978-0-252-07862-0. $25.00 $17.50

Winner of an American Book Award from The Before Columbus Foundation Statue of Liberty-Ellis Island Centennial Series

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A Peoples History of Baseball


MITCHELL NATHANSON

Probes the other side of baseball: episodes not involving equality, patriotism, heroism, and virtuous capitalism, but powerhow it is obtained, and how it perpetuates itself. Exploring the founding of the National League, Nathanson focuses on club ownership and status; the rise and public rebuke of the Players Association; and baseballs uneven racial integration.
272 pp. 6.125 x 9.25. 2012. Cloth 978-0-252-03680-4. $29.95 $20.97

Before the Curse


The Chicago Cubs Glory Years, 18701945
EDITED BY RANDY ROBERTS AND CARSON CUNNINGHAM

A substantial, in-depth collection that shows how the Cubs came to be, from the late nineteenth century up to the mid-twentieth century, and how they set up the direction of the franchise into the present day.George Castle, Chicago sportswriter and author of Sweet Lou and the Cubs: A Year Inside the Dugout
296 pp. 6.125 x 9.25. 18 b & w photos. 2012. Paper 978-0-252-07816-3. $21.95 $15.37

Locomotive to Aeromotive
Octave Chanute and the Transportation Revolution
SIMINE SHORT
Foreword by Tom D. Crouch

Exhaustively researched and persuasively argued, Shorts biography of Chanute fills a long-lamented void in civil engineering and early flight historiography. Library Journal
360 pp. 6.125 x 9.25. 67 b & w photos, 5 maps, 2 tables. 2011. Cloth 978-0-252-03631-6. $38.00 $26.60

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The 1933 Chicago Worlds Fair


A Century of Progress
CHERYL R. GANZ

With graceful prose and beautiful illustrations, Ganz demonstrates the fairs central themes of modernist architectural design, financial economy, and material progress.The Journal of American History
272 pp. 7 x 10. 42 color photos, 45 b & w photos. 2012. Paper 978-0-252-07852-1. $21.95 $15.37

Recipient of the Smithsonian Institution Secretarys Research Prize

From the Jewish Heartland


Two Centuries of Midwest Foodways
ELLEN F. STEINBERG AND JACK H. PROST

After delighting in the myriad tastes and traditions of Midwestern Jewry summoned up by this evocative book, readers will be much less likely reflexively to think New York when they encounter the delights of the delicatessen or savor a traditional Sabbath or other Jewish holiday dinner.The Washington Times
224 pp. 6.125 x 9.25. 10 b & w photos. 2011. Cloth 978-0-252-03620-0. $32.95 $23.07

Heartland Foodways

AVAILABLE FEBRUARY 2012

Squeeze This!
A Cultural History of the Accordion in America
MARION JACOBSON

A history of the piano accordion as a uniquely American musical and cultural phenomenon.
304 pp. 6.125 x 9.25. 34 color photos, 34 black & white photos, 1 line drawing, 3 tables. 2012. Cloth 978-0-252-03675-0. $29.95 $20.07

Publication of this book is supported by a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Folklore Studies in a Multicultural World

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Commemorating Hell
The Public Memory of Mittelbau-Dora
GRETCHEN SCHAFFT AND GERHARD ZEIDLER

Commemorating Hell is a fascinating and unique combination of social history and cultural analysis that uses the social memory of MittelbauDora to analyze the personal and social processes of coming to grips with horrific past acts.David Price, author of Anthropological Intelligence: The Deployment and Neglect of American Anthropology in the Second World War
216 pp. 6 x 9. 19 b & w photos. 2011. *Cloth 978-0-252-03593-7. $70.00 $49.00 Paper 978-0-252-07788-3. $25.00 $17.50

Histories of the Present


People and Power in Ecuador
NORMAN E. WHITTEN JR. AND DOROTHEA SCOTT WHITTEN

The wellspring of critical analysis in this book emerges from Ecuadors major Indigenous Uprising of 1990 and its ongoing aftermath in which indigenous and Afro-Ecuadorian action transformed the nation-state and established new dimensions of human relationships.
280 pp. 6 x 9. 4 color photos, 1 line drawing, 1 map, 2 charts. 2011. *Cloth 978-0-252-03603-3. $80.00 $56.00; Paper 978-0-252-07797-5. $27.00 $18.90

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The American Discovery of Europe


JACK D. FORBES

A fascinating book that makes an important . . . contribution to the subject of pre-Columbian contacts between America and Europe. Highly recommended. Choice Readers will find much to ponder in this volume, and the extensive bibliography is a valuable guide to further study.Journal of Interdisciplinary History
272 pp. 6 x 9. 10 b & w photos. 2011. Paper 978-0-252-07836-1. $28.00 $19.60

Howard Pyle
Imagining an American School of Art
JILL P. MAY AND ROBERT E. MAY

Meticulously researched and clearly written, this book gives us a well-rounded understanding of Howard Pyles personality and character. Pyle was renowned in his time and remains a significant figure in the history of illustrational art and popular literature.Charles Alexander, author of Here the Country Lies: Nationalism and Arts in Twentieth-Century America
288 pp. 6.125 x 9.25. 8 color photos, 22 b & w photos. 2011. Cloth 978-0-252-03626-2. $45.00 $31.50

AVAILABLE MARCH 2012

New German Dance Studies


EDITED BY SUSAN MANNING AND LUCIA RUPRECHT

Offers fresh histories and theoretical inquiries focusing on three major thematic areas: Weimar culture and its afterlife, the German Democratic Republic, and recent conceptual trends in theater dance.
Contributors are Maaike Bleeker, Franz Anton Cramer, Kate Elswit, Susanne Franco, Susan Funkenstein, Jens Richard Giersdorf, Yvonne Hardt, Sabine Huschka, Claudia Jeschke, Marion Kant, Gabriele Klein, Karen Mozingo, Tresa Randall, Gerald Siegmund, and Christina Thurner.
320 pp. 6.125 x 9.25. 31 b & w photos. 2012. *Cloth 978-0-252-03676-7. $80.00 $56.00; Paper 978-0-252-07843-9. $30.00 $21.00

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Equal Time
Television and the Civil Rights Movement
ANIKO BODROGHKOZY

A thoroughly researched analysis of the intersection between race, social change, and network television in the 1960s. Bodroghkozy shows in vivid detail how television served as a powerful tool of moral persuasion that played a key role in turning the tide toward the passage of historic civil rights legislation.S. Craig Watkins, author of The Young and the Digital: What the Migration to Social Network Sites, Games, and Anytime, Anywhere Media Means for Our Future
328 pp. 6.125 x 9.25. 38 b & w photos. 2012. Cloth 978-0-252-03668-2. $50.00 $35.00

AVAILABLE MAY 2012

The Rise and Fall of Early American Magazine Culture


JARED GARDNER

An ambitious reimagining of magazine culture. . . . Under Gardners careful attention, however, the early national period emerges as a time of extraordinary periodical experimentation.Patricia Okker, author of Social Stories: The Magazine Novel in Nineteenth-Century America
240 pp. 6 x 9. 8 b & w photos. 2012. Cloth 978-0-252-03670-5. $50.00 $35.00

AVAILABLE APRIL 2012

Saving the World


A Brief History of Communication for Development and Social Change
EMILE G. MCANANY

Summarizing the history of the field of communication for development from Trumans Marshall Plan for the Third World to the United Nations Millennium Development Goals, McAnany argues that the communication field can renew its role in development by recognizing large aid-giving institutions have a difficult time promoting genuine transformation.
208 pp. 6 x 9. 2012. *Cloth 978-0-252-03677-4. $80.00 $56.00; Paper 978-0-252-07844-6. $25.00 $17.50

Chronicling Trauma
Journalists and Writers on Violence and Loss
DOUG UNDERWOOD

Will inspire considerable thought about the history of journalism, the dynamic between a societys culture and its characteristic literature, and the impact of trauma on a writers choice of literary subjects.Nancy L. Roberts, coauthor of The Press and America: An Interpretive History of the Mass Media
256 pp. 6 x 9. 2 tables. 2011. Cloth 978-0-252-03640-8. $50.00 $35.00

Radio Utopia
Postwar Audio Documentary in the Public Interest
MATTHEW C. EHRLICH

A vivid reflection of the social and cultural climate of the post-World War II era, Matthew C. Ehrlichs engaging study shows readers what was occurring on the national radio networks as the Cold War started and the impact that the war had on broadcasting and those who worked in it. Patrick S. Washburn, author of The African American Newspaper: Voice of Freedom
240 pp. 6 x 9. 2011. Cloth 978-0-252-03611-8. $50.00 $35.00

On the Condition of Anonymity


Unnamed Sources and the Battle for Journalism
MATT CARLSON

Raises important issues related to sources and to the structural forces currently challenging the meaning of journalism in todays multimedia world.Library Journal
216 pp. 6 x 9. 2011. Cloth 978-0-252-03599-9. $45.00 $31.50

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Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society


EDITED BY EILEEN M. MCMAHON

The Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society, established in 1908, is the scholarly publication of the Illinois State Historical Society, a statewide non-profit organization dedicated to preserving, promoting, and publishing the latest research about the Prairie State. The peer-reviewed Journal welcomes articles, essays, and documents about history, literature, art technology, law, and other subjects related to Illinois and the Midwest.

History of the Present


A Journal of Critical History
JOAN W.SCOTT, ANDREW AISENBERG, BRIAN CONNOLLY, BEN KAFKA, SYLVIA SCHAFER, & MRINALINI SINHA

A journal devoted to history as a critical endeavor. Its aim is twofold: to create a space in which scholars can reflect on the role history plays in establishing categories of contemporary debate by making them appear inevitable, natural or culturally necessary; and to publish work that calls into question certainties about the relationship between past and present that are taken for granted by the majority of practicing historians.

Journal of American Ethnic History


The ofcial journal of the Immigration & Ethnic History Society
EDITED BY JOHN J. BUKOWCZYK

Addresses various aspects of American immigration and ethnic history, including background of emigration, ethnic and racial groups, Native Americans, immigration policies, and the processes of acculturation. Each issue contains articles, review essays and single book reviews.

Journal of the Abraham Lincoln Association


EDITED BY BRYON ANDREASEN

The official journal of the Abraham Lincoln Association, devoted exclusively to Lincoln scholarship. In addition to selected scholarly articles on Lincoln in the popular media, for example, or British reactions to the War the journal also features photographs and newly discovered Lincoln letters and documents.

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1933 Chicago Worlds Fair, The African or American? Africans to Spanish America ALEXANDER American Discovery of Europe, The ANDREASEN, ed. Archie Green ARMFIELD AUSTIN Banded Together Before the Curse BELL & Stanley, eds. Black Chicago Renaissance, The Black Internationalist Feminism Black Women and Politics in New York City BLEVINS BODROGHKOZY BRECHER BRYANT, OToole, and Vinson BUKOWCZYK, ed. BURNS CARLSON CARNEVALE CHEONG, ed. Bow Chicago in the Age of Capital Child Care in Black and White Chronicling Trauma CHUNG CLASSEN CLOUD Combating Mountaintop Removal Commemorating Hell CURRARINO Daughter of the Empire State Deepest Sense Defining Deviance Demanding Child Care EHRLICH EMERSON Equal Time Eugene Kinckle Jones FERGUSON FISHER & Smith, eds. FLOOD FORBES FOUSEKIS FRANZWAY & Fonow From the Jewish Heartland GALLAGHER GANZ GARDNER GELLMAN & Roll Ghost of the Ozarks GIDLOW Gleanings of Freedom Gospel of the Working Class, The GRIVNO Guest Workers and Resistance to U.S. Corporate Despotism Haymarket Conspiracy, The HENRY, Allen & Chrisman, Eds. HICKEY HIGASHIDA HINE & McCluskey, Eds. Histories of the Present History of the Present Howard Pyle Illinois in the War of 1812 In Pursuit of Gold

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JACOBSEN JENTZ & Schneirov Journal of American Ethnic History Journal of the Abraham Lincoln Association Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society Labor Question in America, The LAUSE LICHTMAN Lincolns Political Generals Locomotive to Aeromotive Making Feminist Politics Making Sense of American Liberalism MANNING & Ruprecht, eds. Mary Lincolns Insanity Case MAY & May McANANY McLEOD MCMAHON, ed. McNEIL MESSER-KRUSE NATHANSON NESS New German Dance Studies New Language, A New World, The Obama Phenomenon, The Obama, Clinton, Palin On the Condition of Anonymity Pacific Citizens Peoples History of Baseball, A PFEIFER Poco Field, The Quaker Brotherhood Radio Utopia RAMEY RANDOLPH & Avrutin, eds. Rape in Chicago Rebels and Runaways REED REMBIS Rise and Fall of Early American Magazine Culture, The Rise of Chicagos Black Metropolis, 1920-1929, The RIVERS ROBERTS & Cunningham, eds. ROBINSON Roots of Rough Justice, The Russia in Motion Saving the World Scent of the Gods, The SCHAFFT & Zeidler SCOTT, Aisenberg, Connolly, Kafka, Schafer, & Sinha, eds. Secret Society History of the Civil War, A Sex, Sickness, and Slavery SHORT Spirits of Just Men Squeeze This! STANLEY STEINBERG & Prost Supreme Court and McCarthy-Era Repression, The THOMPSON Transforming Places UNDERWOOD War of 1812, The We Are the Union WEINER WHITTEN & Whitten WORK

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