Cultural Studies

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  1. Book ImageIn the Language of Kings: An Anthology of Mesoamerican Literature, Pre-Columbian to the Present

    Miguel Leon-Portilla, Earl Shorris

    The first anthology in any language to represent the full trajectory of this remarkable literature.More

  2. Book ImageGeorge Tice: Urban Landscapes

    George Tice

    Photographs that offer beauty in the commonplace, nostalgia in the mundane, and American universality in urban New Jersey.More

  3. Book ImageNext: The Future Just Happened

    Michael Lewis

    The New York Times bestseller. "His book is a wake-up call at a time when many believe the net was a flash in the pan."—BusinessWeekMore

  4. Book ImageBuried Alive: The Terrifying History of Our Most Primal Fear

    Jan Bondeson

    "A necrobibliac classic: it may keep you up all night—not from fear but from fascination."—Kirkus Reviews, starred reviewMore

  5. Book ImageSelling It: The Incredible Shrinking Package and Other Marvels of Modern Marketing

    Leslie Ware

    A hilarious and revealing collection of inventive, misleading, and absurdly amusing marketing ploys, culled from Consumer Reports.More

  6. Book ImageSpeaking of Chinese: A Cultural History of the Chinese Language

    Raymond Chang, Margaret Scrogin Chang

    "This pleasant, unpretentious account [is] a small stream leading to the ocean of the culture of China."—Scientific AmericanMore

  7. Book ImageUnfinished People: Eastern European Jews Encounter America

    Ruth Gay

    Winner of the National Jewish Book Award, a seminal work of history on immigrant Jewish life in early twentieth-century New York.More

  8. Book ImageNymphomania: A History

    Carol Groneman

    "A knowledgeable, tightly constructed piece of scholarship."—Washington Post Book WorldMore

  9. Book ImageLatinos: A Biography of the People

    Earl Shorris

    "Brilliant.... A loving and detailed celebration of a diverse, beautiful and often astounding people."—Laurence Gonzales, Chicago TribuneMore

  10. Book ImageLoose Cannons, Red Herrings, and Other Lost Metaphors

    Robert Claiborne

    A colorful compendium of everyday words and phrases and where they originated.More

  11. Book ImageThe Twilight of American Culture

    Morris Berman

    An emerging cult classic about America's cultural meltdown—and a surprising solution.More

  12. Book ImageWere You Always an Italian?: Ancestors and Other Icons of Italian America

    Maria Laurino

    "One of the best books about the immigrant experience in America....unique and gracefully written."—San Francisco ChronicleMore

  13. Book ImagePolice Brutality: An Anthology

    Jill Nelson

    A landmark work by twelve leading critics and community leaders—essential reading for anyone interested in the history of American race relations.More

  14. Book ImageThe Land I'm Bound To: Photographs

    Jack Leigh

    This retrospective volume places Jack Leigh in the company of other documentary giants such as Walker Evans and Dorothea Lang.More

  15. Book ImageMuses in Arcadia: Cultural Life in the Berkshires

    Mae G. Banner, Timothy Cahill, Richard Nunley, Et Al.

    Tanglewood, Jacob's Pillow, MASSMoCA, the Norman Rockwell Museum... these are but a few of the Berkshire museums and performance spaces that attract MILLIONS of visitors each year who hail from Philadelphia to Boston and beyond.More

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