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Modernism for the Masses

Painters, Politics, and Public Murals in 1930s New York

Jody Patterson

A mural renaissance swept the United States in the 1930s, propelled by the New Deal Federal Art Project and the popularity of Mexican muralism. Perhaps nowhere more than in New York City, murals became a crucial site for the...

November 17, 2020, Hardcover, $55.00

The Wondering Jew

Israel and the Search for Jewish Identity

Micah Goodman; Translated by Eylon Levy

Zionism began as a movement full of contradictions, between a pull to the past and a desire to forge a new future. Israel has become a place of fragmentation, between those who sanctify religious tradition and those who wish...

November 10, 2020, Hardcover, $30.00

County Durham

Martin Roberts, Nikolaus Pevsner, and Elizabeth Williamson

This volume surveys one of northern England’s most varied and rewarding counties. County Durham, flanked by the rivers Tyne and Tees, boasts Durham Cathedral, England’s most impressive Norman church, located unforgettably...

November 10, 2020, Hardcover, $85.00

Rosalind Nashashibi at the National Gallery

Daniel F. Herrmann with contributions by Priyesh Mistry and Andrew Parkinson

Rosalind Nashashibi (b. 1973) is a London-based artist working mainly working in 16mm film, painting and prints. Her films convey inner experiences of moments and events, often considering the politics of relations in the...

November 3, 2020, PB-Flexibound, $35.00


The Lion, the City and the Water

Cees Nooteboom; Translated from the Dutch by Laura Watkinson; With Photographs by Simone Sassen

Cees Nooteboom’s love for Venice, this “absurd combination of power, money, genius and great art,” has been ongoing for more than fifty years. The first visit was in 1964, in the company of a young woman. Then, in 1982, he...

November 3, 2020, Hardcover, $28.00


The Nine Symphonies that Changed Music

David Benjamin Levy

Beethoven’s symphonies loom large in the public imagination. The nine symphonies, including the Fifth, the Pastoral and the Choral are key to understanding Beethoven’s life and work – and are each regarded masterpieces in...

October 27, 2020, Hardcover, $30.00

The Collector

The Story of Sergei Shchukin and His Lost Masterpieces

Natalya Semenova with André Delocque

A fascinating life of Sergei Shchukin, the great collector who changed the face of Russia’s art world Sergei Shchukin was a highly successful textiles merchant in the latter half of the nineteenth century,...

October 27, 2020, Paper, $18.00

To Rule Eurasia’s Waves

The New Great Power Competition at Sea

Geoffrey F. Gresh

Eurasia’s emerging powers—India, China, and Russia—have increasingly embraced their maritime geographies as they expand and strengthen their economies, military capabilities, and global influence. Maritime Eurasia, a region...

October 27, 2020, Hardcover, $40.00

Drugs and Thugs

The History and Future of America’s War on Drugs

Russell Crandall

How can the United States chart a path forward in the war on drugs? In Drugs and Thugs, Russell Crandall uncovers the full history of this war that has lasted more than a century. As a scholar and a high-level adviser...

October 27, 2020, Hardcover, $40.00

Legions of Pigs in the Early Medieval West

Jamie Kreiner

In the early medieval West, from North Africa to the British Isles, pigs were a crucial part of agriculture and culture. In this fascinating book, Jamie Kreiner examines how this ubiquitous species was integrated into early...

October 27, 2020, Hardcover, $40.00