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  • Faith and Slavery in the Presbyterian Diasporaby William Harrison Taylor; Peter C. Messer; Sir Tom Devine; Richard J. Finlay; Kimberly D. Hill; Gideon Mailer; Joseph S. Moore; Nini Rodgers; William J. Roulston; Valerie Wallace; Iain Whyte

    Lehigh University Press 2016; US$ 84.99

    Faith and Slavery considers how in diverse places?the New Hebrides, Scotland, the United States, and East Central Africa?the Presbyterian faith shaped men?s and women?s interpretations of and interactions with chattel slavery. The chapters highlight how the particular ways Presbyterians framed the Reformed Tradition made slavery an especially problematic... more...

  • 'Food for Apollo'by Dorothy T. Potter

    Lehigh University Press 2011; US$ 64.99

    'Food for Apollo:' Cultivated Music in Antebellum Philadelphia details the evolution and significance in that city of what is often called 'classical' music. Performances in a variety of settings, from 'long rooms' in taverns to large theatres and concert halls, facilitated this process over approximately 100 years. Philadelphia's thriving music publishing... more...

  • Adalberto Ortizby Marvin A. Lewis

    Lehigh University Press 2014; US$ 69.99

    Ortiz?s work is an essential cornerstone in the development of Afro-Hispanic literature of the diaspora, since the depth and breadth of his writings provide insights into some of the major cultural issues and dilemmas that have plagued Ecuadorian, and to some degree, much of Latin American society in general, for centuries. However, the significance... more...

  • America's First Chaplainby Kevin J. Dellape

    Lehigh University Press 2013; US$ 74.99

    America?s First Chaplain studies the family background, education, ministerial career, ideology, political activities, exile to England, and return to America of Jacob Duché, Anglican minister of Philadelphia?s Christ Church during the American Revolution. Duché played a critical role in the early stages of the revolution as the spiritual mentor... more...

  • Beyond Beliefby Christie Sample Wilson

    Lehigh University Press 2011; US$ 69.99

    Beyond Belief: Surviving the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes examines the degree to which the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes was a negotiated event ? which called upon individuals and communities to find ways to coexist without abandoning the faith of their fathers ? and at the same time illuminates the limits of the absolutist state whose policies... more...

  • Clean Politics, Clean Streamsby Franklin L. Kury

    Lehigh University Press 2011; US$ 29.99

    As a young Democratic lawyer, Franklin L. Kury defeated the senior Republican in the House, and the patronage machine that supported him, to go on to be a leader in the enactment of significant reform legislation on government and the environment. This book examines the author's reflections on the historical development of legislature, a comparison... more...

  • Creative Habitat Restorationby Larry Lodwick

    Lehigh University Press 2013; US$ 94.99

    Creative Habitat Restoration provides guidance on the processes of rehabilitating natural systems of plant and animal communities. This book is an extended communication to novices, and entry and mid-level environmental professionals detailing many of the skills needed to be, not only successful in restoring and maintaining ecological structures... more...

  • Dead Mastersby Anthony W. Lee

    Lehigh University Press 2011; US$ 79.99

    Dead Masters examines the dual issues of mentoring and intertextuality as an integrated phenomenon. Through a series of fresh and novel readings of Johnsonian and Boswellian texts, the book further advances our awareness of the formal complexities of Johnson's writings and the psychological substratum from which they issue. more...

  • Engendered Deathby Joseph W. Laythe

    Lehigh University Press 2011; US$ 69.99

    Engendered Death: Pennsylvania Women Who Kill is a historical and interdisciplinary study of women who kill in Pennsylvania from the 18th century to the present. It is not an examination of what motivates women to kill, although the reader may deduce that from the case studies included. Instead, it is an examination of how society perceives women... more...

  • Foreign Exchangeby Judith Liu

    Lehigh University Press 2011; US$ 79.99

    Foreign Exchange is the story of two women and their experiences at an American Episcopalian missionary school in Wuhan St. Hilda's School for Girls from 1929-1937. Yeh Yuanshuang was a student from a privileged Chinese family; Dorothea Kingsley Wakeman was a short-term teacher from a privileged American family. Both would be transformed by their experiences... more...