This is a history of human rights campaigns in the United States and elsewhere, starting with the Quakers and... Læs mere
A study of the fate of ethnic communities in the former Soviet Union, showing the... Læs mere
"Alice and Eleanor: A Contrast in Style"" and Purpose" explores the lifelong personal struggles, political involvement, and private relationship of Alice Roosevelt Longworth and Eleanor Roosevelt.
Presents a collection of life narratives by ethnically diverse women of energy and ambition who confronted... Læs mere
Examining medical pluralism in the USA over the last 200 years, the author provides a... Læs mere
Remote and rugged, Michigan's Upper Peninsula has been home to a rich variety of indigenous peoples and Old World immigrants. This book presents and ponders the folk narratives of the region's loggers, miners, lake sailors, trappers, and townfolk.
Contributors to this volume address such topics as the role of the 1960s Asian American movement in creating Japanese American taiko... Læs mere
The fourth novel in Jerry Apps's Ames County series, Cranberry Red brings the story into the present, portraying the challenges of agriculture in the twenty-first... Læs mere
A biography of the charismatic Alexander Meiklejohn that tracks his turbulent career as an educational innovator at... Læs mere