Gigi Argyropoulou, S. P. Cerasano, Lance Duerfahrd, Joe Falocco, Uli Jäckle, Gina MacKenzie, Daniel T. O'Hara, James Penner, Brian Rhinehart, Elizabeth Sakellaridou, Horacio Sierra, Avra Sidiropoulou, Natascha Siouzouli Edited by
Cynthia Woodsong, Natasha Mack, Arwen Bunce, Betty Akumatey, Eleanor McLellan-Lemal, Kelly Bartholow, Bobby Milstein, Emily Namey, Lucy Thairu, Laura Johnson, James Carey, Deborah Gelaude Edited by
Greg Guest, Kathleen M. MacQueen
Covering Brahms's 32 song opuses published during four decades of song-writing, this book offers a way of understanding what Brahms believed to be the right poetic basis for his immortal music.
Bruce Chadwick, Dennis Chiu, Richard C. Eichenberg, Robert M. Entman, Philip Everts, Ronald H. Hinckley, Ole R. Holsti, Natasha Hritzuk, Lawrence R. Jacobs, Steven Kull, Natalie La Balme, Benjamin I. Page, Clay Ramsay, Robert Y. Shapiro, Martin Shaw, Eric Shiraev, Richard Sinnott, Richard Sobel, Eugene R. Wittkopf, John Zaller, Vlad Zubok Edited by
Brigitte Nacos, Robert Y. Shapiro, Pierangelo Isernia
Samuel S. Kim Contributions by
Lowell Dittmer, Barry K. Gills, Dongsook S. Gills, William W. Grimes, Natasha Hamilton-Hart, Thomas G. Moore, Ann Marie Murphy, Peter Van Ness, Hongying Wang, Bridget Welsh, Lynn T. White III
Jessica Brown, Diane N. Capitani, Christine Colón, Alice Davenport, Deborah Kennedy, Kathryn L. Libin, Kelly McDonald, Belisa Monteiro, Jeffrey Nigro, J. Russell Perkin, Erin J. Smith, Vivasvan Soni, Melora G. Vandersluis, Frederick A. Duquette Edited by
Natasha Duquette, Elisabeth Lenckos
In her study of Aref El-Rayess’s The 5th of June, or, The Changing of Horses, Natasha Gasparian reveals that the picture was presented and received, allegorically or metaphysically, as an idealized narrative of national liberation. By tracing the caesuras and slips in discourse, she reconstructs an alternative reading of the artwork’s uncanny yet historically determinate character.
This book is about the presence of music in novels. More specifically, about music in the early modern novel, with an emphasis on seventeenth-century prose from The Netherlands. The essay provides a concise and an accessible introduction into the subject and presents an overview of this compelling new research area.
Sheree N. Alexander, Mariella I. Arredondo, Tabetha Bernstein-Danis, Jill Castek, Jahaan Chandler, Christine Clark, Donna Y. Ford, Ramon B. Goings, Dari Green, Irvin Guerrero, Jim Hollar, Jesslyn Hollar, Melinda Jackson, Gloria E. Jacobs, Michael E. Jennings, Kelsey M. Jones, Runell J. King, Kerii Landry-Thomas, Brian D. Lozenski, Kasim Ortiz, Tifanie W. Pulley, Tracey M. Pyscher, Janessa Schilmoller, Michael J. Seaberry, George Sirrakos, Russell J. Skiba, Devon Wade, Tonya Walls, Gilman W. Whiting, Natasha Williams, Elizabeth Withers, Ahmad Washington Edited by
Kenneth J. Fasching-Varner, Lori Latrice Martin, Roland W. Mitchell, Karen Bennett-Haron, Arash Daneshzadeh
Constantin Iordachi, Kristof Van Assche Contributions by
Denie Augustijn, Sandra Bell, Raoul Beunen, Hans Bressers, tefan Constantinescu, Mihai Doroftei, Paul Goriup, Natasha Goriup, Jenic Hanganu, Iulian Nichersu, Willem Overmars, Alexander Prigarin, Tanya Richardson, Ion Sârbu, Natalia Serebriannikova, Erika Schneider, Bart Schultz, Nicolae Ştefan, Petruţa Teampau, Cosmina Timoce-Mocanu, Joanne Vinke-De Kruijf
Charles B. Hutchison Contributions by
Maria Abelquist, Tiffany Adams, Clifford Afam, Daniel Blankton, Brian Bongiovanni, Carletta Bradley, Winfree Brisley, Tracie S. Clark, David W. Cornett, Jim Cross, Betty Danzi, Arron Deckard, Ryan Delehant, Lauren Emerson, Angela Jakeway, LaTasha Jones, Stephanie Johnston, Kalilah Kirkpatrick, Karlie Kissman, Jeremy Laliberte, Melissa Loftis, Lisa McCrimmon, Anita McGee, Aja' Pharr, Crystal Sisk, Loretta Sullivan, Ora Uhuru, Ann Wright
Regina Hofer Translated by
A narrative, in graphic novel form, of a young woman coming of age while struggling with an eating disorder and family dysfunction. Documents the author’s battle with body dysmorphic disorder, anorexia nervosa, and bulimia, which plagued her from her childhood through to adulthood.