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A Settler's Year
Pioneer Life through the Seasons
Kathleen Ernst, Loyd Heath
Wisconsin Historical Society Press
Pub Date: 08/31/15
ISBN:  978-0-87020-714-3
(0-87020-714-8)
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ASettler’s Year provides a rare colorful glimpse into the hard and hearty lives of the early immigrants dreaming of, searching for, and creating new homes in the upper Midwest, a history captured in photographs taken by Loyd Heath at the Old World Wisconsin living history museum and poignant essays by historian and top-selling historical fiction author Kathleen Ernst.



Airline Highway
A Play
Lisa D'Amour
Northwestern University Press
Pub Date: 08/31/15
ISBN:  978-0-8101-3288-7
(0-8101-3288-5)
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The Hummingbird Hotel, just outside New Orleans, is the spiritual - and, to some, literal - home of a group of friends comprised of con artists, strippers, prostitutes, and armchair philosophers. Thinking her funeral will be a party she would rather not miss, MIss Ruby asks that her friends celebrate her life while she's still living it.



Archaeology After Interpretation
Returning Materials to Archaeological Theory
Benjamin Alberti, Andrew Meirion Jones, Joshua Pollard
Left Coast Press
Pub Date: 08/31/15
ISBN:  978-1-61132-342-9
(1-61132-342-8)
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This volume marks a significant departure from previous symbolic approaches in post-processual archaeology, bringing together key scholars advancing a variety of cutting edge approaches to chart a new direction in material culture studies.



Bream Gives Me Hiccups
Jesse Eisenberg
Grove Press
Pub Date: 08/31/15
ISBN:  978-0-8021-9081-9
(0-8021-9081-2)
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“Eisenberg is truly a talented writer. . . Hilarious and poignant.”—Entertainment Weekly

Bream Gives Me Hiccups: And Other Stories is the whip-smart fiction debut of Academy Award-nominated actor Jesse Eisenberg. Known for his iconic film roles but also for his regular pieces in the New Yorker and his two critically acclaimed plays, Eisenberg is an emerging voice in fiction.

Taking its title from a group of stories that begin the book, Bream Gives Me Hiccups moves from contemporary L.A. to the dormrooms of an American college to ancient Pompeii, throwing the reader into a universe of social misfits, reimagined scenes from history, and ridiculous overreactions. In one piece, a tense email exchange between a young man and his girlfriend is taken over by the man’s sister, who is obsessed with the Bosnian genocide (The situation reminds me of a little historical blip called the Karadordevo agreement); in another, a college freshman forced to live with a roommate is stunned when one of her ramen packets goes missing (she didn’t have “one” of my ramens. She had a chicken ramen); in another piece, Alexander Graham Bell



Dam Projects and the Growth of American Archaeology
The River Basin Surveys and the Interagency Archeological Salvage Program
Kimball M Banks, Jon S Czaplicki
Left Coast Press
Pub Date: 08/31/15
ISBN:  978-1-61132-175-3
(1-61132-175-1)
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This book examines the profound impacts of the Smithsonian Institution’s River Basin Surveys and the Interagency Archeological Salvage Program (1945–1969) on the development of American archaeology.



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Sweetmeats Press
Pub Date: 08/31/15
ISBN:  978-1-909181-48-9
(1-909181-48-X)
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An erotic tale of sporting prowess.



Handbook of Anthropology in Business
Rita M Denny, Patricia L Sunderland
Left Coast Press
Pub Date: 08/31/15
ISBN:  978-1-61132-172-2
(1-61132-172-7)
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$55.00
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The first comprehensive work on the burgeoning field of business anthropology, this innovative reference book, including more than 60 international scholar-practitioners, provides a foundation for the field for years to come.



Indians in Color
Native Art, Identity, and Performance in the New West
Norman K Denzin
Left Coast Press
Pub Date: 08/31/15
ISBN:  978-1-62958-278-8
(1-62958-278-6)
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Part performance text, part art history, part cultural criticism, part autoethnography, noted cultural critic Norman Denzin demonstrates the power of visual media to reify or resist racial and cultural stereotypes by contrasting European and Indigenous artistic movements in Taos, New Mexico over the past century.



Kafka and Wittgenstein
The Case for an Analytic Modernism
Rebecca Schuman
Northwestern University Press
Pub Date: 08/31/15
ISBN:  978-0-8101-3146-0
(0-8101-3146-3)
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In Kafka and Wittgenstein, Rebecca Schuman undertakes the first ever book-length scholarly examination of Ludwig Wittgenstein’s philosophy of language alongside Franz Kafka’s prose fiction. In groundbreaking readings, she argues that although many readers of Kafka are searching for what his texts mean, in this search we are sorely mistaken.




Monocoque
Vanessa Wu
Sweetmeats Press
Pub Date: 08/31/15
ISBN:  978-1-909181-47-2
(1-909181-47-1)
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An erotic tale of sporting prowess.
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