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Archaeological landscapes on the High Plains
Archaeological Landscapes on the High Plains combines history, anthropology, archaeology, and geography to take a closer look at the relationships between land and people in this unique North American region. "Focusing on ...
First published in 1955, May Swenson's The Centaur remains one of her most popular and most anthologized poems. This is its first appearance as a picture book for children. In images bright and brisk and nearly tangible, ...
Anonimo Mexicano is the first publication of the full Nahuatl text and English translation of a rare and important Native history of preconquest Mexico. Written circa 1600 by an anonymous Tlaxcaltecan author, it is an epic ...
Space-time perspectives on early colonial Moquegua
Author(s):Rice, Prudence M.
Author(s):Cotler, T. Zachary
Alternate pragmatism for going public, An
A critique of the composition field's engagement with education reform, particularly the practice of "reframing." Reframing is a pragmatic argument establishing or appealing to the professional authority of scholars in an ...
Starting from Loomis and other stories
A memoir in short stories, Starting from Loomis chronicles the life of accomplished writer, playwright, poet, and actor Hiroshi Kashiwagi. In this dynamic portrait of an aging writer trying to remember himself as a younger ...