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Randy Martin, author of Knowledge LTD, Under New Management, and Financialization of Daily Life, posthumously received the American Sociological Association's Marxist Sociology Lifetime Achievement Award at the organization's annual conference last week.

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Beth Kephart, author of Love, is featured in two new author videos. Kephart is interviewed about her book in this video and she reads from her book in this video.

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    Beth Kephart

    "Once again Beth Kephart enlightens her readers about her love affair with Philadelphia in her new book, Love. She explores the everyday and historical aspects of the City of Brotherly Love and brings them to life. Simplistic, beautifully chosen words engage the reader, painting a picture of the ordinary and making it extraordinary—and truly authentic. Well done and well worth the read."—Jack Ferguson, President and CEO, Philadelphia Convention and Visitors Bureau



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    Audrey Wu Clark

    "The Asian American Avant-Garde makes an important and original contribution to literary study. Clark focuses on the literary works of Filipino, Japanese, Chinese, and Korean authors working and living in the United States before 1965, a time when de facto and de jure discrimination against Asians was a firmly established feature of the social order and when there was as yet no panethnic movement of racial mobilization. Clark argues that to understand the aesthetic project all of these authors were engaged in, we need to understand how this aesthetic project was intensely informed by Anglo-American modernism and its rhetoric of cosmopolitanism, a claim whose significance has not been as fully explored as it is in this rich and complex book. The Asian American Avant-Garde promises to enliven debate both within Asian American and modernist literary circles."—Min Hyoung Song, Boston College and author of The Children of 1965: On Writing, and Not Writing, as an Asian American

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    Realism and Fantasy in Hindi Cinema

    Samir Dayal

    "Dayal's writing is bright and supple, and his reading of films is consistently interesting and entertaining. The meshing of realism and fantasy in prominent Bollywood films and genres argues that the fantasy elements are integral to imagining 'Indianness' over a range of interruptions that trouble a coherent national identity. Dayal avers that fantastic imagination is far more than mere escapism. A very engaging, rewarding project and a solid scholarly book, Dream Machine is also an interesting read for the non-expert cinephile"—Henry Schwarz, Professor of English at Georgetown University

  • American HeathensAmerican Heathens
    The Politics of Identity in a Pagan Religious Movement

    Jennifer Snook

    "American Heathens is an extremely valuable work of highly original and well-grounded scholarship. This book is a quantum leap forward beyond what earlier scholars have done. Snook provides a theoretically astute analysis of the Heathen movement, and a much more nuanced discussion of the dynamics of such issues as gender roles, communal identity formation, and relationships to other New Religious Movement and mainstream American society and religion than other works on this topic. I fully expect that American Heathens will become a standard work in the emerging sub-field of Pagan Studies, and be of great interest to scholars and teachers."—Michael Strmiska, Assistant Professor of World History at SUNY-Orange, and author of Modern Paganism in World Cultures: Comparative Perspectives

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