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- University of Nebraska Press 2010; US$ 24.95
How American is Miss America? For Susan Supernaw, a Muscogee (Creek) and Munsee Native American, the question wasnt just academic. Throughout a childhood clouded by poverty, alcoholism, and abuse, Supernaw sought escape in school and dance and the Native American Church. She became a presidential scholar, won a scholarship to college, and was... more...
- Georgetown University Press 2010; US$ 34.95
Childhood faces humanity with its own deepest and most perplexing questions. An ethics that truly includes the world's childhoods would transcend pre-modern traditional communities and modern rational autonomy with a postmodern aim of growing responsib more...
- McClelland & Stewart 2011; US$ 19.99
Rarely accessible beyond the limits of its people, Ojibway mythology is as rich in meaning and mystery, as broad, as deep, and as innately appealing as the mythologies of Greece, Rome, Egypt, and other civilizations. In Ojibway Heritage , Basil Johnston sets forth the broad spectrum of his people?s life, legends, and beliefs. Stories to be read, enjoyed,... more...
- CCC Publishing 2011; US$ 13.95
From its anarchic early days to its present dreams of world domination, this is the untold story of Burning Man—the most popular, unique, and enduring countercultural event of recent times in which alternative lifestyle enthusiasts erect a giant statue and construct a temporary city to live in for about a week in the Nevada desert. Hundreds of thousands... more...
- Beacon Press 2007; US$ 16.00
Fifty-seven million Americans-including 21 percent of the nation's children-live a notch above the poverty line, and yet the challenges they face are largely ignored. While government programs assist the poor, and politicians woo the more fortunate, the "Missing Class" is largely invisible and left to fend for itself. Missing Class parents often... more...
- D & M Publishers 2011; US$ 23.95
A new collection of warm, wise and inspiring stories from the author of the bestselling One Native Life . Since its publication in 2008, readers and reviewers have embraced Richard Wagamese ?s One Native Life . “In quiet tones and luminous language,? wrote the Winnipeg Free Press , “ Wagamese shares his hurts and joys, inviting readers to find... more...
- Taylor and Francis 2011; US$ 39.95
Using examples from the first celebrity fan magazines of 1911 to the present, Celebrity Culture and the American Dream considers how major economic and historical factors shaped the nature of celebrity culture as we know it today. Equally important, the book explains how and why the story of Hollywood celebrities matters, sociologically speaking,... more...
- Scribe Publications Pty Ltd. 2011; US$ 13.99
Set between 1950 and 1963, this coming-of-age memoir discusses one of America?s most taboo subjects—social class. Combining recollection, accounts, and analysis, this book leans on Maw, Pap, Ony Mae, and other members of this rambunctious Scots–Irish family to chronicle the often-heartbreaking post-war journey of 22 million rural Americans into the... more...