Examines representations of sexual violence in modern Hebrew literature, focusing on the ways in which sexual aggression relates to Zionism, gender, ethnicity, and disability.
The first academic explanation for how spectators use their imaginations as part of the experience and appreciation of popular fantasy filmmaking.
Examines English-language Indian newspapers from the mid-nineteenth century and their role in simultaneously sustaining and probing British colonial governance.
Follows a Black woman's forty-year career in academia, sharing how race and gender can disrupt and enhance the professional and the personal, from leadership and policies to family life.
Corrective intervention in Plato's metaphysics replacing the standard view of Plato as a metaphysical dualist with a novel and revolutionary paradigm of unitary pluralism in a single reality built on ontological diversity.
An authoritative biography of the dean of American proletarian writers during the interwar years.
Forges a fresh interpretation of Charlotte Brontë’s oeuvre as a response to ecological instability.
Examines how events in the Cold War and post–Cold War periods shaped the intellectual projects of Perry Anderson and Immanuel Wallerstein.
Offers new perspectives on modern Chinese political thought.
Offers an in-depth exposition of the Confucian conception of persons as the starting point of Confucian ethics.
Confronts the ethical challenges of warfare carried out by artificial intelligence.
A portrait of Israeli literature in its full transnational and multilingual complexity.
Analyzes the Israel-Palestinian conflict by looking at its interactions with seven regional and global powers and the way the conflict is framed at the international level.
Uses a cross-national comparison of Los Angeles, New Delhi, and Hong Kong to develop strategies universities should employ to strengthen democracy and resist fascism.
A dynamic dialogue of poetry and art that reimagines the ancient, biblical concept of sacrifice.
Rethinks the role of Indigenous and non-Indigenous interactions in the production of ethnographic museum collections.
Evocative, innovative ethnography of spiritual practices and forms of queer, black, and indigenous life in the Dominican Republic.
Examines theological motifs in the work of Jan Patočka, drawing out their implications for contemporary theology and philosophy of religion.
Investigates how nineteenth-century British literature grappled with a new understanding of aging as both an individual and collective experience.
Offers a new conceptual framework rooted in mythological analysis to ground the field of Africana cultural memory studies.
This archive-based study of the philosophy of Leo Strauss provides in-depth interpretations of key texts and their larger theoretical contexts.
Offers an in-depth ethnography of paradigm shifts in the lifestyles and values of youth in post-growth Japan.
Examines how cities of various sizes on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean are making walkability improvements a part of their overall urban revitalization strategy.
An ethnography of Russian teacher education reforms as scripted performances of political theater.
The first detailed examination of African Americans and First Amendment rights, from the colonial era to the present.
Traces the development of bal tashḥit, the Jewish prohibition against wastefulness and destruction, from its biblical origins to the contemporary environmental movement.
Proposes an innovative, holistic understanding of technology.
Biography of the early years of A. Bartlett Giamatti, who would become Yale University’s first non-Anglo-Saxon Protestant president and commissioner of Major League Baseball.
A collection of plays by American Indian playwright William S. Yellow Robe Jr.
Examines innovative writing pedagogies and the experiences of Latinx student writers at Hispanic-Serving Institutions nationwide.
Through an examination of archaeologically recovered texts from China’s northwestern border regions, argues for widespread interaction with texts in the Han period.
Analyzes audio recordings of interwar Hebrew plays, providing a new model for the use of sound in theater studies.
Explores the evolving role of botanic gardens from products and enablers of modernity and the nation-state, to their recent reinvention as institutions of environmental governance.
Tells the forgotten but surprising stories of the many handsome and significant buildings in downtown Troy, New York.