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Dark Carnival: The Secret World of Tod Browning, Hollywood’s Master of the Macabre Dark Carnival The Secret World of Tod Browning, Hollywood’s Master of the Macabre David J. Skal and Elias Savada 2024 Fall
The definitive biography of Hollywood horror legend Tod Browning—now revised and expanded with new material
Playhouses and Privilege: The Architecture of Elite Childhood Playhouses and Privilege The Architecture of Elite Childhood Abigail A. Van Slyck 2024 Fall
Examining playhouses of the super-rich to understand how architecture contributed to the construction of elite identity and modern childhood
Creature Needs: Writers Respond to the Science of Animal Conservation Creature Needs Writers Respond to the Science of Animal Conservation Christopher Kondrich, Lucy Spelman and Susan Tacent, Editors 2024 Fall
A kaleidoscopic literary exploration of extinction and conservation, inspired by the latest scientific research
Gentlemen of the Woods: Manhood, Myth, and the American Lumberjack Gentlemen of the Woods Manhood, Myth, and the American Lumberjack Willa Hammitt Brown 2024 Fall
Lumberjacks: the men, the myth, and the making of an American legend
Miami in the Anthropocene: Rising Seas and Urban Resilience Miami in the Anthropocene Rising Seas and Urban Resilience Stephanie Wakefield 2024 Fall
Reimagining adaptation amid climate change–driven mutations of urban space and life
Listening: Interviews, 1970–1989 Listening Interviews, 1970–1989 Jonathan Cott 2024 Fall
A wide-ranging collection of interviews and profiles from twenty years of Jonathan Cott’s remarkable writings
Nonbinary Jane Austen Nonbinary Jane Austen Chris Washington 2024 Fall
A bold and provocative analysis of Jane Austen as an early gender abolitionist
Futures of Digital Scholarly Editing Futures of Digital Scholarly Editing Matt Cohen, Kenneth M. Price and Caterina Bernardini, Editors 2024 Fall
Exploring technology, ethics, and culture to unlock digital scholarship’s potential
Solidarity Cities: Confronting Racial Capitalism, Mapping Transformation Solidarity Cities Confronting Racial Capitalism, Mapping Transformation Maliha Safri, Marianna Pavlovskaya, Craig Borowiak and Stephen Healy 2024 Fall
Mapping the transformative effects of America’s urban solidarity economies
Digital Futures of Graduate Study in the Humanities Digital Futures of Graduate Study in the Humanities Gabriel Hankins, Anouk Lang and Simon Appleford, Editors 2024 Fall
A resource for planning, reimagining, and participating in the digital transformation of graduate study in the humanities
Second-Order Preservation: Social Justice and Climate Action through Heritage Policy Second-Order Preservation Social Justice and Climate Action through Heritage Policy Erica Avrami 2024 Fall
An urgent appeal to rethink the heritage enterprise
The Big Sugar: A Brigid Reardon Mystery The Big Sugar A Brigid Reardon Mystery Mary Logue 2024 Fall
A move to Cheyenne, Wyoming, in 1881 presents Brigid Reardon a complicated new mystery to solve
Abolition Time: Grammars of Law, Poetics of Justice Abolition Time Grammars of Law, Poetics of Justice Jess A. Goldberg 2024 Fall
How Black Atlantic literature can challenge conventions and redefine literary scholarship
Precarious Eating: Narrating Environmental Harm in the Global South Precarious Eating Narrating Environmental Harm in the Global South Ben Jamieson Stanley 2024 Fall
The role of food and hunger in contemporary South African and Indian environmental writing
Remember, You Are Indigenous: Memories of a Native Childhood Remember, You Are Indigenous Memories of a Native Childhood Evelyn Bellanger 2024 Fall
A respected elder shares stories and insights from growing up on the White Earth Reservation in Minnesota