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Visit us at the Society for Cinema & Media Studies Conference March 14th – 17th. Be sure to stop by tables 35 – 39 to take advantage of our discount.
We’ll also be at the Association for Asian Studies March 22 – 25. Stop by booth 234 to check out our new release How to Read Chinese Poetry in Context (and to take advantage of our discount on display titles).
This week we have two featured titles. In celebration of Women’s History Month we’re featuring Hunting Girls: Sexual Violence from The Hunger Games to Campus Rape, by Kelly Oliver. We are also featuring Reset: Business and Society in the New Social Landscape, by James Rubin and Barie Carmichael. Be sure to follow our blog to read exclusive Q&A’s, chapter excerpts, and a chance to win a free copy of each book!
Visit our page on Issuu to read excerpts from our books.
New Titles from Distributed Presses
From Hong Kong University Press: The Making and Remaking of China’s “Red Classics,” edited by Rosemary Roberts and Li Li
From Hong Kong University Press:
No Man an Island: (Second Edition), by James Udden
From Barbara Budrich Publishers: Art as a Political Witness, edited by Kia Lindroos and Frank Möller
From Barbara Budrich Publishers: Experiences of Intervention Against Violence, edited by Carol Hagemann-White and Bianca Grafe
From ibidem Press: Religion and Magic in Socialist and Post-Socialist Contexts II, by Alexandra Cotofana and James M. Nyce