Shows how the method of close reading traveled from the United States to Brazil and Israel, revealing its profound impact on global modernisms and reframing the lasting significance of New Criticism.
Provides a philosophical, cultural, and historical answer to the question: Where did China come from?
Examines the reception of Brazil’s most-canonized writer in the United States to shed light on questions of Blackness and hemispheric American experience.
Elevates in systematic ways the importance of organizational thinking about sustainability and emphasizes the importance of cultural organizations in facilitating societal sustainability goals.
Cooper's 1846 novel about the Anti-Rent Wars in upstate New York, now available in a scholarly edition.
Creative exploration of how the encounter between Confucianism and western (neo)liberalism necessarily leads to the unlearning of both.
Looks at how digitalization has changed the way we produce and interact, and the implications for working classes and countries of the Global South.
Explores the role of the South in Black queer lesbian experiences of hurting and healing.
Intellectual history of leisure and the use of that history to grapple with its potential future.
Seeks to introduce an "affective turn" to the study of China's political modernization process.
Examines how Leo Strauss sought to recover the question of "nature," which he saw as inseparable from genuine philosophy since its inception in ancient Greece.
Centers Cuban cinema to explore how films produced in Havana or Hollywood differently represent Black resistance to slavery.
Shows how nineteenth-century discoveries in acoustical science shaped Victorian literary representations of gender, sexuality, and intimacy.
Explores the value of Shakespeare for theatrical businesspeople and audiences in nineteenth-century New York City.
Collects and interprets the literary legacy of Nūrī, an early Sufi master known for his ecstatic behaviour, eccentric acts, and passionate poems of mystical love.
Presents an iconoclastic account of morality and moral discourse from the perspective of Daoist philosophy.
Explores the Sāṃkhya system and the delicate relationship it articulates between witness consciousness (Puruṣa) and manifest realities (Prakṛti), providing a path to freedom through knowledge.
A groundbreaking study of Farid al-Din ʿAṭṭār, one of Persian literature's greatest poets.
An expansive, in-depth analysis of education among indigenous Palestinians in Israel over seven decades.
The most complete collection of works by the nineteenth century's most famous and groundbreaking woman journalist.
A personal voyage of discovery drawing on musicology, literary theory, Jewish studies, and philosophical phenomenology.
Collects together for the first time essays devoted to a detailed historical and systematic discussion of the topic of life in Kant's work.
Argues that humans are animals that philosophize about their condition by fictionalizing other animals.
Shows how Britain's trans-imperial engagements in the long nineteenth century have come to shape global cultural commodity flows today.
A deeply researched, pathbreaking collection of original and newly translated essays on slavery in Spain, Hispaniola, and Puerto Rico.