BOOKS RECEIVED: Abigail G. H. Manzella, “Migrating Fictions: Gender, Race, and Citizenship in U.S. Internal Displacements” (Ohio State UP, 2018)
Buy from NBN/University Press Books, Berkeley Migrating Fictions analyzes the role of race, gender, and citizenship in the major internal displacements of the twentieth century in history and in narrative. Surveying the particular tactics employed by the United States during… Read More
BOOKS RECEIVED: Elizabeth Flynn and Tiffany Bourelle, eds., “Women’s Professional Lives in Rhetoric and Composition: Choice, Chance, and Serendipity” (Ohio State UP, 2018)
Buy from NBN/University Press Books, Berkeley This collection, edited by Elizabeth A. Flynn and Tiffany Bourelle, contributes to the valuable work of chronicling the professional and personal lives of women in academia. Through its line-up of contributors from diverse backgrounds,… Read More
BOOKS RECEIVED: Owen S. Ireland, “Sentiments of a British-American Woman: Esther DeBerdt Reed and the American Revolution” (Penn State UP, 2017)
Buy from NBN/University Press Books, Berkeley At the time of her death in 1780, British-born Esther DeBerdt Reeda name few know todaywas one of the most politically important women in Revolutionary America. Her treatise The Sentiments of an American Woman… Read More
BOOKS RECEIVED: Kimberly Orcutt, “Power and Posterity: American Art at Philadelphia’s 1876 Centennial Exhibition” (Penn State UP, 2017)
: Buy from NBN/University Press Books, Berkeley A milestone in American cultural history, the 1876 Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia was one of the most broadly shared, heavily attended, and thoroughly documented public experiences of the nineteenth century. Power and Posterity… Read More
BOOKS RECEIVED: Christopher Gonzalez, “Permissible Narratives: The Promise of Latino/a Literature” (Ohio State UP, 2017)
Buy from NBN/University Press Books, Berkeley In his groundbreaking new study, Permissible Narratives: The Promise of Latino/a Literature, Christopher Gonzlez examines the difficulties Latina/o writers face in writing beyond the narrow expectations of U.S. readership in the stories they tell.… Read More
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