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Race, Ethnicity, and Hybridity in American Texts
This volume of collected essays offers truly multiethnic, historically comparative, and meta-theoretical readings of the literature and culture of the United States. Covering works from Toni Morrison to Bret Harte, these essays provide a vital supplement to the critical literary canon, mapping a newly variegated terrain that refuses the distinction between “ethnic” and “nonethnic” literatures.
An Overview of World War II Japanese American Relocation Sites
Based on archival research, field visits, and interviews with former residents, this remarkable volume documents in unprecedented detail the various facilities in which persons of Japanese descent living in the western U.S. were confined during World War II. It provides an overview of the architectural remnants, archeological features, artifacts from the various sites, and both historic and present-day photographs.
Arms Control Treaties in the Nuclear Era
This anthology presents the complete text of 34 treaties that have effectively contained the spread of nuclear, biological, and conventional weapons during the Cold War and beyond. The treaties are placed in historical context by individual commentaries from noted authorities Thomas Graham Jr. and Damien J. LaVera, which provide unique insights on each treaty’s negotiation and implementation. There is no comparable resource available for diplomats, international lawyers, and arms control specialists.
On Trees, Evolution, and Society
With a lifetime of work in forestry and genetics to guide him, University of Washington professor emeritus of forestry Reinhard Stettler offers lessons in how nature works, as well as how science can help us understand it.
The Greening of the San Francisco Bay Area
The San Francisco Bay Area is one of the world's most beautiful cities. Despite a population of 7 million people, it is more greensward than asphalt jungle, more open space than hardscape. A vast quilt of countryside is tucked into the folds of the metropolis, stitched from fields, farms and woodlands, mines, creeks, and wetlands. In The Country in the City, Richard Walker tells the story of how the jigsaw geography of this greenbelt has been set into place.