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A Long, Dark Shadow Minor-Attracted People and Their Pursuit of Dignity Allyn Walker
The Art of Appreciation Music and Middlebrow Culture in Modern Britain Kate Guthrie
Making Christian History Eusebius of Caesarea and His Readers Michael Hollerich
Hungry for Revolution The Politics of Food and the Making of Modern Chile Joshua Frens-String
All under Heaven The Tianxia System for a Possible World Order Tingyang Zhao
Dictee Theresa Hak Kyung Cha
Teardown Memoir of a Vanishing City Gordon Young
Not Yo' Butterfly My Long Song of Relocation, Race, Love, and Revolution Nobuko Miyamoto
Energy Islands Metaphors of Power, Extractivism, and Justice in Puerto Rico Catalina M de Onís
Sovereign Attachments Masculinity, Muslimness, and Affective Politics in Pakistan Shenila Khoja-Moolji
Feeding Iran Shi`i Families and the Making of the Islamic Republic Rose Wellman
Coincidences Synchronicity, Verisimilitude, and Storytelling Michael Jackson