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Academic Writing as Social Practice
Brodkey, Linda

How articulating the reality of a material world in words is the provenance of the academic community

220 pp • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-495-1
EAN 978-0-87722-495-2



The Afrocentric Idea
Asante, Molefi Kete

Asante's spirited engagement with culture warriors, neocons, and postmodernists updates this classic

256 pp • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-483-8
EAN 978-0-87722-483-9

The Alternative Press Annual, 1986
Case, Patricia J., ed.

The fourth volume of the best and most provocative articles from alternative press magazines and newspapers

368 pp • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-512-5
EAN 978-0-87722-512-6



Art for The Masses
A Racical Magazine and Its Graphics, 1911-1917

Zurier, Rebecca, and Leslie Fishbein

The first study of the art in The Masses and the changing role that pictures played in the magazine’s political message

240 pp • 9.25x12 • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-513-3
EAN 978-0-87722-513-3



Beyond the Market and the State
New Directions in Community Development

Bruyn, Severyn T., and James Meehan, eds.

Essays propose a social design for going beyond market competition and government regulation as the basis for developing a stable economic base to the community

272 pp • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-484-6
EAN 978-0-87722-484-6



Cheap Amusements
Working Women and Leisure in Turn-of-the-Century New York

Peiss, Kathy

The dilemmas of work and leisure for women at the turn-of-the-century

New in Paperback
288 pp • 5.5x8.25 • Fall 1985
paper 0-87722-500-1
EAN 978-0-87722-500-3



Race, Class, and the Response to Urban Decline

Squires, Gregory D., Larry Bennett, Kathleen McCourt, and Philip Nyden

The social, economic, and political costs of the growth ideology for the Windy City

248 pp • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-487-0
EAN 978-0-87722-487-7



Children in the Field
Anthropological Experiences

Cassell, Joan, ed.

Funny, sad, horrifying, and fascinating narratives by anthropologists who brought children with them into the field

288 pp • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-477-3
EAN 978-0-87722-477-8



The Crisis of American Labor
Operation Dixie and the Defeat of the CIO

Griffith, Barbara S.

The dramatic account of the failure of Operation Dixie, the attempt by the CIO to unionize the postwar South

240 pp • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-503-6
EAN 978-0-87722-503-4



The Cult of the Court
Brigham, John

A fresh and innovative examination of the U.S. Supreme Court as the final arbiter of constitutional interpretation

280 pp • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-486-2
EAN 978-0-87722-486-0

  The Cultural Meaning of the Scientific Revolution
Jacob, Margaret C.

Examines the historical process of how scientific knowledge became and inherent part of Western culture

288 pp • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-536-2
EAN 978-0-87722-536-2



Race and Uneven Development

Darden, Joe T., Richard Child Hill, June Thomas, and Richard Thomas

Examining the genesis of modern Detroit as a hub of wealth and poverty

336 pp • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-485-4
EAN 978-0-87722-485-3



Environmental Ethics
Duties to and Values in the Natural World

Rolston, III, Holmes

An exploration of the philosophical nature of ecology

408 pp • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-501-X
EAN 978-0-87722-501-0



History and Subjectivity
The Transformation of Marxist Theory

Gottlieb, Roger S.

An original social theory synthesizing conflicting perspectives of Marxism

336 pp • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-494-3
EAN 978-0-87722-494-5



Inhuman Relations
Quality Circles and Anti-Unionism in American Industry

Grenier, Guillermo J.

A vivid exposé of the use of Quality Circles at Johnson & Johnson's

256 pp • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-502-8
EAN 978-0-87722-502-7



Knowledge, Fiction, and Imagination
Novitz, David

A highly original case that fiction is a reliable source of knowledge about the world

280 pp • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-480-3
EAN 978-0-87722-480-8



Middle Class Radicalism in Santa Monica
Kann, Mark E.

What happens when affluent middle class citizens give an electoral mandate to leftist radicals?

New in Paperback!
336 pp • Spring 1986
paper 0-87722-526-5
EAN 978-0-87722-526-3

  The Miller Heresy, Millennialism, and American Culture
Doan, Ruth Alden

Analyzes the interaction between the Millerites' Second Advent Movement and the broader culture

296 pp • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-481-1
EAN 978-0-87722-481-5

  Moral Education
Character, Community, and Ideals
Sichel, Betty A.

A far-ranging examination of how ethical principles are transmitted in the twentieth century

256 pp • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-508-7
EAN 978-0-87722-508-9



Morals, Reason, and Animals
Sapontzis, S. F.

Criticizes the common belief that we are entitled to exploit animals for our benefit because they are not as rational as people

328 pp • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-493-5
EAN 978-0-87722-493-8



More Speech
Dialogue Rights and Modern Liberty

Chevigny, Paul

A ground-breaking argument for free speech and related procedural rights

228 pp • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-514-1
EAN 978-0-87722-514-0



Music, Talent, and Performance
A Conseratory Cultural System

Kingsbury, Henry

An anthropologist's unusual ethnography of an American conservatory

228 pp • 5.5x8.25 • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-516-8
EAN 978-0-87722-516-4



My Diary North and South
William Howard Russell

Berwanger, Eugene H., ed.

New edition of selections of William Howard Russell's 1863 journal

384 pp • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-522-2
EAN 978-0-87722-522-5



National Lawyers Guild
From Roosevelt through Reagan

Ginger, Ann Fagan, and Eugene M. Tobin, eds.

A documentary history traces the growth of one of the few progressive organizations created-in the 1930s to survive the Cold War and McCarthyism

344 pp • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-488-9
EAN 978-0-87722-488-4



Never Married Women
Simon, Barbara Levy

A spirit of independence pervades these compelling self-portraits as the women describe their decisions

228 pp • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-497-8
EAN 978-0-87722-497-6



Nietzsche's Zarathustra
Higgins, Kathleen Marie

Provides interpretive guidelines for making sense of Thus Spoke Zarathustra

328 pp • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-482-X
EAN 978-0-87722-482-2



Paths into American Culture
Burnham, John C.

Classic essays that have greatly influenced the cultural interpretation of American society

Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-505-2
EAN 978-0-87722-505-8



Philadelphia's Black Elite
Activism, Accommodation, and the Struggle for Autonomy, 1787-1848

Winch, Julie

A study of Philadelphia's black leaders before the Civil War

256 pp • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-515-X
EAN 978-0-87722-515-7



The Promise of World Order
Essays in Normative International Relations

Falk, Richard

A penetrating analysis of militarism and international relationships

336 pp • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-517-6
EAN 978-0-87722-517-1



Reducing Workweeks to Prevent Layoffs
The Economic and Social Impacts of Unemployment Insurance-Supported Work Sharing

Best, Fred, and Herbert J. Gans

Economic and human impact of reduced workweeks on employers, employees, governments, and the economy

228 pp • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-506-0
EAN 978-0-87722-506-5



Rethinking Rental Housing
Gilderbloom, John I., Richard P. Appelbaum, and Joe R. Feagin

Challenges conventional assumptions concerning the operation of housing markets

296 pp • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-498-6
EAN 978-0-87722-498-3



Revising State Theory
Essays in Politics and Postindustrialism

Block, Fred

An analysis of the relationship between business and the state

256 pp • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-465-X
EAN 978-0-87722-465-5



Selma's Peacemaker
Ralph Smeltzer and Civil Rights Mediation

Longenecker, Steve L.

A fresh perspective on the dramatic events of Selma

288 pp • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-489-7
EAN 978-0-87722-489-1



Spontaneous Shelter
International Perspectives and Prospects

Patton, Carl V., ed.

Focuses on the problem of providing shelter in underdeveloped countries

256 pp • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-507-9
EAN 978-0-87722-507-2


Street Woman
Miller, Eleanor M.

Interviews with female street hustlers working in prostitution, fraud, forgery, embezzlement, and larceny

New in Paperback!
216 pp • Fall 1986
paper 0-87722-509-5
EAN 978-0-87722-509-6



Washington, D.C.
Inner-City Revitalization and Minority Suburbanization

Gale, Dennis E.

Using public education as a gauge to measure racial and ethnic change in urban areas

259 pp • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-496-X
EAN 978-0-87722-496-9



Women and the Politics of Empowerment
Bookman, Ann, and Sandra Morgan, eds.

Case studies of community and workplace organizing that redefine our notions of "the political"

352 pp • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-504-4
EAN 978-0-87722-504-1



Women with Disabilities
Essays in Psychology, Culture, and Politics

Fine, Michelle, and Adrienne Asch, eds.

The integration of gender studies with disability scholarship

347 pp • 6x9 • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-474-9
EAN 978-0-87722-474-7



Workers and Dissent in the Redwood Empire
Cornford, Daniel A.

Tracing the emergence of a radical tradition and labor movement focusing on the experience of Humboldt county lumber workers

288 pp • Fall 1987
cloth 0-87722-499-4
EAN 978-0-87722-499-0



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