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  • Is Lighter Better?by Joanne L. Rondilla; Paul Spickard

    Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2007; US$ 29.99

    Colorism is defined as "discriminatory treatment of individuals falling within the same 'racial' group on the basis of skin color." That is, some people, particularly women, are treated better or worse on account of the color of their skin relative to other people who share their same racial category. Colorism affects Asian Americans from many different... more...

  • The Unofficial U.S. Censusby Les Krantz; Chris Smith

    Arcade Publishing 2011; US$ 16.99

    On April 1, 2011, the Official 2010 U.S. Census Report will be released. On that same day, The Unofficial U.S. Census will shed light (and a bit of laughter) on all the other facts that Americans are itching to know about our country and each other. Les Krantz and Chris Smith have collected facts from a variety of sources, compiling a fascinating... more...

  • America's National Park Systemby Lary M. Dilsaver

    Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2000; US$ 49.99

    Acclaimed as a fundamental resource on the creation, development, and management of America's national park system, this documentary collection is now in paperback for use by students and individual scholars. more...

  • Between Fear and Hopeby Andrew L. Barlow

    Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2003; US$ 35.99

    This book provides a structural analysis of race, and a methodology for connecting global to national and local racial processes. more...

  • Monday Morning Quarterbackby Jonathan Yardley

    Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2000; US$ 15.99

    In Monday Morning Quarterback, Washington D.C.'s best known columnist offers his wit and wisdom on America in the 1990s, from politics and culture to sports and literature. more...

  • A Place to Rememberby Robert R. Archibald

    AltaMira Press 1999; US$ 38.99

    Well-known public historian Robert Archibald's personal exploration of the intersections of history, memory, and community reveals how we participate in the making and sustaining of community as well as how we remember the community that shaped us. Writing in a rich literary narrative, Archibald blends local history, personal reminiscence, and an analysis... more...

  • American Greenby Stephen A. Germic

    Lexington Books 2001; US$ 39.99

    In this work of interdisciplinary scholarship, Stephen A. Germic reveals how America's first parks, both urban and 'wilderness,' were created and organized to mitigate the most threatening social and economic crises in the nineteenth century outside of the Civil War. Germic analyzes the intentionally disguised relationship between the constructed 'nature'... more...

  • Where the Hell Have You Been?by Tom Carver

    Short Books 2013; US$ 10.19

    In November 1942, two nights after the Battle of El Alamein, a young British army officer was captured. As the Nazis deliberated about what to do with him, Richard Carver had particular reason to be afraid: unknown to anyone, he was the stepson of Field Marshal Bernard Montgomery, the Allied Commander who had just inflicted the first serious defeat... more...

  • Thinking About Cultural Resource Managementby Thomas F. King

    AltaMira Press 2002; US$ 34.99

    Collection of provocative essays on how to improve cultural resource management practice by the leading consultant in the field. more...

  • Chicanas and Chicanos in Contemporary Societyby De Roberto M. Anda

    Rowman & Littlefield Publishers 2004; US$ 27.99

    This book deals with a broad range of social issues facing Mexican-origin people in the United States. The studies presented in this volume are brought together by two main themes: social inequalities (cultural, educational, and economic) endured by the Chicano/a and Mexicano/a community in the United States, and the community's efforts to eradicate... more...