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The Gnostic Scriptures, Second Edition

Translated with Annotations and Introductions by Bentley Layton with Additions and Revisions by David Brakke

This definitive introduction to the gnostic scriptures provides a crucial look at the theology, religious atmosphere, and literary traditions of ancient Christianity and Hellenistic Judaism. It provides authoritative...

January 26, 2021, Paper, $45.00

Calculus for Cranks

Nets Hawk Katz

In mathematics, “cranks” are people who insist they understand something new about math even when the world tells them they are doing it wrong. This introduction to calculus is written with those cranks in mind, based on the...

January 26, 2021, Paper, $30.00

The Last Shah

America, Iran, and the Fall of the Pahlavi Dynasty

Ray Takeyh

Offering a new view of one of America’s most important, infamously strained, and widely misunderstood relationships of the postwar era, this book tells the history of America and Iran from the time the last shah, Mohammad...

January 26, 2021, Hardcover, $32.50

Ibsen's Kingdom

The Man and His Works

Evert Sprinchorn

Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen achieved unparalleled success in his lifetime and remains one of the most important figures in modern drama. The culmination of a lifetime of scholarship, Evert Sprinchorn’s biography...

January 26, 2021, Hardcover, $45.00

Hernando Colon's New World of Books

Toward a Cartography of Knowledge

Jose Maria Perez Fernandez and Edward Wilson-Lee

This engaging book offers the first comprehensive account of the extraordinary projects of Hernando Colón, son of Christopher Columbus, which culminated in the creation of the greatest library of the Renaissance, with...

January 26, 2021, Hardcover, $35.00

The World Turned Upside Down

America, China, and the Struggle for Global Leadership

Clyde Prestowitz

When China joined the World Trade Organization in 2001, most experts expected the WTO rules and procedures would liberalize China and make it “a responsible stakeholder in the liberal world order.” But the experts made the...

January 26, 2021, Hardcover, $30.00

Causal Inference

The Mixtape

Scott Cunningham

Causal inference encompasses the tools that allow social scientists to determine what causes what. Economists—who generally can’t run controlled experiments to test and validate their hypotheses—apply these tools to...

January 26, 2021, Paper, $35.00

Goering’s Man in Paris

The Story of a Nazi Art Plunderer and His World

Jonathan Petropoulos

Bruno Lohse (1911–2007) was one of the most notorious art plunderers in history. Appointed by Hermann Göring to Hitler’s special art looting agency, he went on to supervise the systematic theft of over 22,000 artworks,...

January 26, 2021, Hardcover, $35.00

The Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth

Richard Butterwick

In the eighteenth century the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth was at the crux of international politics; it was surrounded by Russia, Prussia, and Austria, all of which were determined to ensure the Commonwealth stayed weak....

January 5, 2021, Hardcover, $45.00

Mechanisms of Loss

Two Novellas

Michel Fais; Translated from the Greek by David Connolly; Foreword by Katerina Schina; Afterword by Vangelis Hatzivasileiou

From esteemed Greek writer Michel Faïs comes a pair of novellas that explore the stories we choose to tell about the lives we pretend to live. Aegypius monachus is a semi-autobiographical snapshot of a man roaming the...

January 5, 2021, Hardcover, $26.00

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