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  • Race in Translationby Ella Shohat; Robert Stam

    NYU Press 2012; US$ 28.00

    While the term ?culture wars? often designates the heated arguments in the English-speaking world spiraling around race, the canon, and affirmative action, in fact these discussions have raged in diverse sites and languages.  Race in Translation  charts the transatlantic traffic of the debates within and between three zones?the U.S., France, and Brazil.... more...

  • Symbolismby Steven Olderr

    McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers 2012; US$ 65.00

    The use of symbolism is an art, not a science. Different people use symbols in a variety of ways and each symbol can have diverse meanings, even within the same culture. Not surprisingly, determining the meaning of symbols can be difficult. This valuable reference defines the general symbolism of over 15,000 terms, from ancient to modern, as well as... more...

  • El Simbolismoby Nathalia Brodskaya

    Parkstone International 2012; US$ 8.95

    El Simbolismo apareció en Francia y Europa entre la década de 1880 y el principio del siglo veinte. Los simbolistas, fascinados por la mitología de la Antigüedad, intentaban escapar del reino del pensamiento racional impuesto por la ciencia. Deseaban trascender el mundo de lo visible y lo racional para alcanzar el mundo del pensamiento puro, coqueteando... more...

  • Text und Normativität im deutschen Mittelalterby Elke Brüggen; Franz-Josef Holznagel; Sebastian Coxon; Almut Suerbaum

    De Gruyter 2012; US$ 169.79

    Der Band fragt nach den Möglichkeiten deutschsprachiger Texte des Mittelalters und der Frühen Neuzeit, auf die Prägung kollektiver und individueller Identitäten einzuwirken. Dabei geht es nicht allein um Akte der Setzung, der Vermittlung, der Explikation und der Sicherung von Normen, sondern ebenso um Prozesse ihrer Infragestellung, Reflexion... more...

  • The Rey Chow Readerby Paul Bowman; Rey Chow

    Columbia University Press 2010; US$ 27.99

    Rey Chow is arguably one of the most prominent intellectuals working in the humanities today. Characteristically confronting both entrenched and emergent issues in the interlocking fields of literature, film and visual studies, sexuality and gender, postcolonialism, ethnicity, and cross-cultural politics, her works produce surprising connections... more...

  • 10 Books that Screwed Up the Worldby Benjamin Wiker

    Regnery Publishing 2008; US$ 29.99

    You've heard of the "Great Books"? These are their evil opposites. From Machiavelli's The Prince to Karl Marx's The Communist Manifesto to Alfred Kinsey's Sexual Behavior in the Human Male, these "influential" books have led to war, genocide, totalitarian oppression, family breakdown, and disastrous social experiments. And yet these authors' bad ideas... more...

  • The Politically Incorrect Guide to Western Civilizationby Anthony Esolen

    Regnery Publishing 2008; US$ 21.99

    Everything you should know--but PC professors won't teach--about our Western heritage Western civilization is the envy of the globe. It has given to the world universally accepted understandings of human rights (rooted in Judeo-Christian principles), created standards for art, music, and literature that have never been equaled, and originated political... more...

  • History's Disquietby Harry Harootunian

    Columbia University Press 2010; US$ 29.99

    America's preeminent intellectual historian of modern Japan inaugurates a challenging debate on the arbitrary cultural divisions of our world, and in the process sheds light on the troubling academic enterprise called "area studies." This is one of the first works to explore on equal footing the European and Japanese conceptions of modernity -- as... more...

  • Dreaming of Cockaigneby Herman Pleij; Diane Webb

    Columbia University Press 2001; US$ 33.99

    Imagine a dreamland where roasted pigs wander about with knives in their backs to make carving easy, where grilled geese fly directly into one's mouth, where cooked fish jump out of the water and land at one's feet. The weather is always mild, the wine flows freely, sex is readily available, and all people enjoy eternal youth. Such is Cockaigne.... more...

  • Goethezeit - Zeit für Goetheby Konrad Feilchenfeldt; Kristina Hasenpflug; Gerhard Kurz; Renate Moering

    De Gruyter 2003; US$ 180.41

    With its specific references to the research interests of Christoph Perels, for many years the director of the Freies Deutsches Hochstift , this festschrift in his honour reflects a range of concerns extending from the age of Goethe to the present, with emphasis on the interpretation of poetry. An additional section is dedicated to... more...