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Seams of Empire: Race and Radicalism in Puerto Rico and the United States

In Seams of Empire, Carlos Alamo-Pastrana uses racial imbrication as a framework for reading this archive of little-known Puerto Rican, African American, and white American radicals and progressives, both on the island and the continental United States. By addressing the concealed power relations responsible for national, gendered, and class differences, this method of textual analysis reveals key symbolic and material connections between marginalized groups in both national spaces and traces the complexity of race, racism, and conflict on the edges of empire.

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Seamus Heaney and the Place of Writing

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The Search for Thomas F. Ward, Teacher of Frederick Delius

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Seasons of Real Florida

This award-winning feature writer for the St. Petersburg Times takes readers on an off the beaten path, seasonal tour of Florida's history, folkways, and natural landscape.

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The Seaweeds of Florida

An invaluable, illustrated reference to all known seaweed taxa found in Florida coastal waters and a helpful aid for researchers in Florida as well as the Caribbean and the SE United States. With 51 line art panels and 12 b&w figures.

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Secrets from Florida's Master Anglers

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The Seedtime, the Work, and the Harvest: New Perspectives on the Black Freedom Struggle in America

This volume expands the chronology and geography of the black freedom struggle beyond the traditional emphasis on the old South and the years between 1954 and 1968. 

 

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Selected Letters of Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings

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Selling Guantánamo: Exploding the Propaganda Surrounding America's Most Notorious Military Prison

Reassessing the Bush and Obama administrations' justifications