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Free Spirits

Spiritualism, Republicanism, and Radicalism in the Civil War Era

Mark A. Lause

Indians Illustrated

The Image of Native Americans in the Pictorial Press

John M. Coward

Mister Pulitzer and the Spider

Modern News from Realism to the Digital

Kevin G. Barnhurst

Media in New Turkey

The Origins of an Authoritarian Neoliberal State

Bilge Yesil

Table Talk

Building Democracy One Meal at a Time

Janet A. Flammang

A Cole Porter Companion

Edited by Don M. Randel, Matthew Shaftel, and Susan Forscher Weiss

Exploring the World of J. S. Bach

A Traveler’s Guide

Robert L. Marshall and Traute M. Marshall

Slapstick Modernism

Chaplin to Kerouac to Iggy Pop

William Solomon

Making the News Popular

Mobilizing U.S. News Audiences

Anthony M. Nadler

The British Army of the Rhine

Turning Nazi Enemies into Cold War Partners

Peter Speiser

Cold War Games

Propaganda, the Olympics, and U.S. Foreign Policy

Toby C. Rider

The Street Is My Pulpit

Hip Hop and Christianity in Kenya

Mwenda Ntarangwi

Taste of the Nation

The New Deal Search for America's Food

Camille Bégin

Game Faces

Sport Celebrity and the Laws of Reputation

Sarah K. Fields

Sex Testing

Gender Policing in Women's Sports

Lindsay Parks Pieper

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