Edited by David Pollack, Anne Tobbe Bader, and Justin N. Carlson
Pub Date: 5/25/2021
Falls of the Ohio River presents current archaeological research on an important landscape feature of what is now Louisville, Kentucky, demonstrating how humans and the environment mutually affected each other in the area for the past 12,000 years.
In Fed Up, Dale Slongwhite collects the nearly inconceivable and chilling oral histories of African American farmworkers whose lives, and those of their families, were forever altered by one of the most disturbing pesticide exposure incidents in United States’ history.
Discourse about the novel is discourse in disguise about women, argues Danahy, who, using tools of gynocentric and myth criticism, here connects gender and genre in a reinterpretation of three major works of French fiction. This work won the 1989 Gilbert Chinard Prize in French Studies.
The Cuban National Ballet, complete with its own training school and indigenous twist, was built in large part by Fernando Alonso, a remarkable man who danced on Broadway, studied with the greatest figures of the Golden Era of Ballet, and helped win the support of the post-1959 revolutionary government for the advancement of ballet.