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Feminist and Human Rights Struggles in Peru

Decolonizing Transitional Justice

Pascha Bueno-Hansen

Moving Consciously

Somatic Transformations through Dance, Yoga, and Touch

Edited with Essays by Sondra Fraleigh

Daisy Turner's Kin

An African American Family Saga

Jane C. Beck

Hoedowns, Reels, and Frolics

Roots and Branches of Southern Appalachian Dance

Phil Jamison

Ray Bradbury

David Seed

Greg Egan

Karen Burnham

William Gibson

Gary Westfahl

Immigrants against the State

Yiddish and Italian Anarchism in America

Kenyon Zimmer

Women Musicians of Uzbekistan

From Courtyard to Conservatory

Tanya Merchant

Fostering on the Farm

Child Placement in the Rural Midwest

Megan Birk

Kay Boyle

A Twentieth-Century Life in Letters

Kay Boyle

Corrupt Illinois

Patronage, Cronyism, and Criminality

Thomas J. Gradel and Dick Simpson

We Are What We Drink

The Temperance Battle in Minnesota

Sabine N. Meyer

Free Labor

The Civil War and the Making of an American Working Class

Mark A. Lause

The Land of Milk and Uncle Honey

Memories from the Farm of My Youth

Alan Guebert with Mary Grace Foxwell

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