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From Redstone to Ludlow : John Cleveland Osgood's struggle against the United Mine Workers of America
Author(s):Munsell, F. Darrell
Archaeology of class war : the Colorado Coalfield Strike of 1913-1914, The
Author(s):Larkin, Karin; McGuire, Randall H.
Barbed voices : oral history, resistance, and the World War II Japanese American social disaster
Author(s):Hansen, Arthur A.
An updated and annotated anthology of published articles written by a respected historian of Japanese American history. Featuring selected inmates and camp groups who spearheaded resistance movements in the ten War Relocation ...
Negotiation within domination : New Spain's Indian pueblos confront the Spanish state
Author(s):Ruiz Medrano, Ethelia; Kellogg, Susan
On location : theory and practice in classroom-based writing tutoring
Author(s):Spigelman, Candace; Grobman, Laurie
Classroom-based writing tutoring is a distinct form of writing support, a hybrid instructional method that engages multiple voices and texts within the college classroom. Tutors work ''on location'' in the thick of writing ...
Stone tools and the evolution of human cognition
Author(s):Nowell, April; Davidson, Iain
Apotheosis of Janaab' Pakal : science, history, and religion at classic Maya Palenque, The
A complex, carefully argued, and convincing reassessment of Maya archaeoastronomy, cosmology, and writing. . . .This new analysis reveals the historically contextualized human agency of Maya kings and provides a more ...
Repurposing composition : feminist interventions for a neoliberal age
Author(s):Stenberg, Shari J.
In Repurposing Composition, Shari J. Stenberg responds to the increasing neoliberal discourse of academe through the feminist practice of repurposing. In doing so, she demonstrates how tactics informed by feminist praxis ...
Two standards : poems, The
Contested waters : an environmental history of the Colorado River
Author(s):Summitt, April R.