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Edited by Alusine Jalloh and Stephen E. Maizlish
paper / 978-0-89096-731-7 / $16.95 s
As Africans and descendants of slaves have sought to expand an understanding of their history, focus on the African diaspora--the global dispersal of a people and their culture--has ... More
Edited by John D. Garrigus and Christopher Morris
Introduction by Franklin W. Knight
cloth / 978-1-60344-192-6 / $29.95 s
With the recent election of the nation’s first African American president—an individual of blended Kenyan and American heritage who spent his formative years in Hawaii and Indonesia—the topic ... More
Edited by Donald G. Kyle and Robert B. Fairbanks
cloth / 978-1-60344-023-3 / $29.95 s
Presenting views from a variety of sport and history experts, Baseball in America and America in Baseball captures the breadth and unsuspected variety of our national fascination and ... More
Edited by Stephanie Cole and Alison M. Parker
cloth / 978-1-58544-297-3 / $32.95 s
paper / 978-1-58544-319-2 / $16.95
Although Americans have traditionally treated race relations as a matter of black and white, race in this country is much more complex. Beyond Black and White: Race, Ethnicity, and ... More
Edited by Roberto R. Treviño and Richard V. Fracaviglia
cloth / 978-1-58544-621-6 / $29.95 s
Like the rosary itself, the influence of Catholicism on the social and historical development of the American West has been both visible and hidden: visible in the effects ... More
Edited by Patryk Babiracki and Kenyon Zimmer

Introduction by Vladislav Zubok
cloth / 978-1-62349-030-0 / $29.95 s
Approaching the early decades of the “Iron Curtain” with new questions and perspectives, this important book examines the political and cultural implications of the communists’ international initiatives. Building ... More
Edited by Sam W. Haynes and Gerald D. Saxon
Introduction by Gregg Cantrell
cloth / 978-1-62349-309-7 / $30.00 s
To a large degree, the story of Texas’ secession from Mexico has been undertaken by scholars of the state. Early twentieth century historians of the revolutionary period, most ... More
Edited by David Buisseret and Steven G. Reinhardt
cloth / 978-0-89096-949-6 / $29.95 x
paper / 978-1-58544-101-3 / $16.95 s
Creolization, the process of cultural interchange—in this case, between peoples of the continents bordering the Atlantic Ocean—is an important aspect of the American experience. Language, literature, food, dress, ... More

Edited by Thomas Adam and Nils H. Roemer

cloth / 978-1-60344-265-7 / $29.95 s
“ . . . travel as an exploration of ‘the other’ which becomes an exploration of the self . . . a confirmation of identity.”—from the Introduction, by ... More
Edited by Steven G. Reinhardt
hardcover / 978-1-62349-542-8 / $45.00 s
Transatlantic historians are dedicated to analyzing the dynamic process of encounter, interchange, and creolization that was initiated when peoples on different sides of the Atlantic Basin first made ... More