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Patricia Saldarriaga book: Infected Empires

Patricia Saldarriaga

Professor of Luso-Hispanic Studies

Infected Empires - Decolonizing Zombies

by Patricia Saldarriaga & Emy Manini

The Philosophy of Happiness by Lorraine Besser
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Lorraine Besser

Professor of Philosophy

The Philosophy of Happiness - An Interdisciplinary Introduction

Daniel G. Brayton

Julian W. Abernethy Professor of Literature • English and American Literatures/Environmental Studies

“Shakespeare’s Fishponds: Matter, Metaphor, and Market,” in The Routledge Handbook of Shakespeare and Animals, eds. Karen Raber and Holly Dugan, New York and London: Routledge, 2021. pp. 21-33.

“Enter Jack Tar: the blue-water mariner in early modern world literature,” in The Routledge Companion to Marine and Maritime Worlds, eds. Claire Jowitt, Craig Lambert, Steve Mentz. New York and London: Routledge, 2020. pp. 514-532.

“Imagining the Eastern Garbage Patch: ocean plastics as a problem of representation and scale,” in Mediating Nature: the Role of Technology in Ecological Literacy, eds Sidney I. Dobrin and Sean Morey. New York and London: Routledge, 2020.

The cover of Committed by Susan Burch

Susan Burch

Professor of American Studies

Committed - Remembering Native Kinship in and beyond Institutions

James Calvin Davis

George Adams Ellis Professor of Liberal Arts and Professor of Religion

“Privilege as Moral Vice: A Christian Ethical Perspective on Socio-Economic Inequality and Higher Education in the U.S.” in the Journal for Peace and Justice Studies (Vol. 29, No. 2)  

Genie Giaimo

Assistant Professor of Writing and Rhetoric

Book cover of: How to Watch Television, Second Edition, edited by Ethan Thompson and Jason Mittel
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Jason Mittell

Professor of Film and Media Culture

How to Watch Television, Second Edition

Edited by Ethan Thompson and Jason Mittell

Hermann Cohen Writings by Robert Schine

Robert Schine

Curt and Else Silberman Professor of Jewish Studies

Hermann Cohen - Writings on Neo-Kantianism and Jewish Philosophy

Edited by Samuel Moyn and Robert S. Schine

Todays Sardines are not for Sale by Paula Schwartz

Paula Schwartz

Lois B. Watson Professor of French and Francophone Studies

Today Sardines Are Not for Sale - A Street Protest in Occupied Paris

 

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John Spackman

Associate Professor of Philosophy

Buddhist Philosophy of Consciousness - Tradition and Dialogue

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Spring Ulmer

Visiting Assistant Professor of English and American Literatures

Bestiality of the Involved

Thought Crime by Max Ward
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Max Ward

Associate Professor of History

Thought Crime - Ideology and State Power in Interwar Japan

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Middlebury, VT 05753