Each year, more than 15,000 US medical students - along with more than 18,000 graduates of foreign medical schools... Læs mere
Including sixty-two short essays, this work describes in many voices the emotional complexity and historical record of one experience most of us have in common: elementary and secondary school, from our first day all the way to graduation twelve years later.
A vivid archive of memories, Beth Alvarado's Anthropologies layers scenes, portraits, dreams, and narratives in a dynamic cross-cultural mosaic. Bringing... Læs mere
Drawn from Anderson's newspaper column of the same name, ""City Watch"" introduces readers to an eclectic mix of social clubs, subcultures, and... Læs mere
Brian Duffy has been poking fun at the Iowa caucuses for just about as long as they've been a media circus, since the 1970s. Now, the longtime... Læs mere
Tells the story of the first structure built on the Iowa State University campus. This book provides a comprehensive history of the Farm House... Læs mere
Presenting a collection of letters by women writers, this book explores the act and art of writing from... Læs mere
Drawing from the paintings of Susan Rothenberg, Gwyneth Scally, and Eric Fischl, this is a book-length poem written in... Læs mere
Following a brief historical background, this book provides a chronological series of perspectives and observations on the evolving nature of Czech theatre production during the 20th century, in relation to their similarly evolving social and political contexts.