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Soviet Nightingales Care under Communism Susan Grant
Spaces of Enslavement A History of Slavery and Resistance in Dutch New York Andrea C. Mosterman
Counting Dreams The Life and Writings of the Loyalist Nun Nomura Bōtō Roger K. Thomas
Disaggregating China, Inc. State Strategies in the Liberal Economic Order Yeling Tan
The Filipino Migration Experience Global Agents of Change Mina Roces
Love and Liberation Humanitarian Work in Ethiopia's Somali Region Lauren Carruth
Global Finance, Local Control Corruption and Wealth in Contemporary Russia Igor O. Logvinenko
Chinese Sympathies Media, Missionaries, and World Literature from Marco Polo to Goethe Daniel Leonhard Purdy
Red Dynamite Creationism, Culture Wars, and Anticommunism in America Carl R. Weinberg
Transpacific Developments The Politics of Multiple Chinas in Central America Monica DeHart
All Future Plunges to the Past James Joyce in Russian Literature José Vergara
Prevail until the Bitter End Germans in the Waning Years of World War II Alexandra Lohse