Stopping the Panzers

Marc Milner

Rescuing from obscurity one of the least understood and most important chapters in the history of D-Day, Stopping the Panzers is the first full account of how the Allies planned for and met the Panzer threat to Operation Overlord.

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Je me souviens

Elizabeth Blood and J. Vincent H. Morrissette

Je me souviens invites post-intermediate students of French to improve their language skills while exploring the complex history and culture of Québec.

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Stage Managing the Arts in Canada

Winston Morgan

Have you ever had a chat about a sitzprobe, spacing or largo? Would you like to know more about stewards and stings and lavs? Have you used a magic sheet or rosin or a boom box? Perhaps you are curious about rush or ROEs or swings. S.M.Arts can give you the answers to all of the above and much more.

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Chasing Shadows

Ken Hughes

As a key player in the University of Virginia’s Miller Center Presidential Recordings Program, Hughes has spent more than a decade developing and mining the largest extant collection of transcribed tapes from the Johnson and Nixon White Houses.

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Cornelia Hahn Oberlander

Susan Herrington

Oberlander is a progenitor of some of the most significant currents informing landscape architecture today, particularly in the area of ecological focus. In her thorough biography, Herrington draws much-deserved attention to one of the truly important figures in landscape architecture.

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Twelve-Cent Archie

Bart Beaty

Beaty reveals that the Archie comics themselves were far more eclectic, creative, and self-aware than most critics recognize. Equally comfortable considering everything from the representation of racial diversity to the semiotics of Veronica’s haircut, Twelve-Cent Archie gives a fresh appreciation for America’s most endearing group of teenagers.

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A Vulgar Art

Ian Brodie

In A Vulgar Art Ian Brodie uses a folkloristic approach to stand-up comedy, leveraging the discipline’s central method of studying interpersonal, artistic communication and performance.

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Toronto: Transformations in a City and Its Region

Edward Relph

Toronto: Transformations in a City and Its Region traces the city’s development from a British colonial outpost established in 1793 to the multicultural, polycentric metropolitan region of today.

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Sex, Power, and Slavery

Gwyn Campbell and Elizabeth Elbourne (editors)

Twenty-six authors from diverse scholarly backgrounds look at the vexed, traumatic intersections of the histories of slavery and of sexuality. They argue that such intersections mattered profoundly and, indeed, that slavery cannot be understood without adequate attention to sexuality.

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