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Mussolini's Last Lover

R. J. B. Bosworth

A master historian illuminates the tumultuous relationship of Mussolini and his young lover Claretta Petacci"One of the finest historians of modern Italy, Bosworth has written both a love story, full of...

August 17, 2021, Paper, $20.00

Unaccompanied Bach

Performing the Solo Works

David Ledbetter

This pioneering book by an acclaimed expert is the first to discuss all of Bach’s unaccompanied pieces in one volume, including an examination of crucial issues of style and composition type and the options...

November 27, 2019, Paper, $37.00

The Piano

A History in 100 Pieces

Susan Tomes

A fascinating history of the piano explored through 100 pieces chosen by one of the UK’s most renowned concert pianists An astonishingly versatile instrument, the piano allows just two hands to play music of great...

August 31, 2021, Hardcover, $25.00

Maarten Vanden Eynde

Digging up the Future

Edited by Katerina Gregos; With contributions by Nav Haq and Jan Zalasiewicz

Bringing together works from the past 20 years, this book introduces readers to multidisciplinary Belgian artist Maarten Vanden Eynde Belgian artist Maarten Vanden Eynde (b. 1977) has established a research...

August 24, 2021, Hardcover, $50.00

Prosperity in the Fossil-Free Economy

Cooperatives and the Design of Sustainable Businesses

Melissa K. Scanlan

A blueprint for creating sustainable businesses, emphasizing the power and potential of cooperative models Drawing on both her extensive experience founding and directing social enterprises and her interviews with...

September 28, 2021, Hardcover, $40.00

National Gallery Technical Bulletin

Volume 41

Series Editor: Marika Spring; With contributions by Paul Ackroyd, Rachel Billinge, Lucy Chiswell, Bart Cornelis, Jill Dunkerton, Catherine Higgitt, Larry Keith, Marta Melchiorre Di Crescenzo, and David Peggie

The latest in this annual bulletin based on research carried out at the National Gallery, London, draws on the combined expertise of scientists, conservators, and curators, bringing together a wealth of information about...

September 6, 2021, Paper, $70.00

Object Lessons

The Bauhaus and Harvard

Edited by Laura Muir

A fresh look at the influential pedagogy and practice pioneered by the Bauhaus Founded by architect Walter Gropius (1883–1969) in 1919, the Bauhaus was the 20th century’s most influential school of art,...

August 17, 2021, Cloth over Board, $45.00

On the Basis of Art

150 Years of Women at Yale

Introduction by Elisabeth Hodermarsky; With essays by Helen A. Cooper, Linda Konheim Kramer, and Marta Kuzma

A tribute to the impressive roster of women artists who have graduated from Yale University Celebrating the 150th anniversary of the first women students at Yale, who came to study at the Yale School of the...

October 12, 2021, Hardcover, $50.00

Jasper Johns


Carlos Basualdo and Scott Rothkopf; With contributions by Emmanuel Alloa, Andrianna Campbell-LaFleur, Carroll Dunham, Flavio Fergonzi, Ruth Fine, Michio Hayashi, Terrance Hayes, Michael Ann Holly, Ralph Lemon, Alexander Nemerov, R. H. Quaytman, Jennifer L. Roberts, Drew Sawyer, Sandra Skurvida, Colm Tóibín, and Hannah Yohalem

An innovative retrospective look at the work of one of America’s most iconic artists, utilizing the concepts of mirroring and doubling, which have long preoccupied Johns Jasper Johns (b. 1930) is arguably...

September 28, 2021, Hardcover, $60.00

Constitutional Processes and Democratic Commitment

Donald L. Horowitz

From one of our leading scholars of comparative constitutionalism, advice for everyone involved in the surprisingly common practice of constitution-writing Enhancing prospects for democracy is an important objective...

August 3, 2021, Hardcover, $50.00