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The Ethnic Project: Transforming Racial Fiction into Ethnic Factions
(Stanford University Press, 2013)
Technology and Culture in Twentieth-Century Mexico
(University of Alabama Press, 2013)
Tracey Revenson Receives Award from the American Psychological Association Read more
Fixed Point Theorems and Their Applications
(World Scientific, 2013)
More Than Two to Tango
(University of Arizona Press, 2013)
Freedom National: The Destruction of Slavery in the United States, 1861-1865, written by James Oakes, Distinguished Professor, History, was included among ten finalists for the National Book Award, nonfiction category. Read more
A Political History of Spanish: The Making of a Language
(Cambridge University Press, 2013)
Professor Lorna Thorpe (Hunter) has just been appointed to the Board of the American College of Epidemiology. The American College of Epidemiology is “an organization of epidemiologists that... Read more
Karyna Pryiomka (Critical Social/Personality Psychology) has won this year’s Division 26 (Society for the History of Psychology) prize for best student paper presented at the annual meeting... Read more
The Cambridge Handbook of Generative Syntax
(Cambridge University Press, 2013) Read more