Russian literature: 19th and 20th century classics, poetry, literary criticism, anthologies, bi-lingual editions and language study books.
|Sherman Asher Publishing|
Literary memoir, fiction, poetry & anthologies, gender studies/erotica, Southwestern & Jewish literature, cats & humor, Latin American voices and more.
|Eighth Day Books|
An ecclectic catalog of literary, scientific, historical and theological works that 'shed light' on ultimate questions in these fields. Subject categories on spirituality, theology, patristic, church history, philosophy, modern world, science, and God.
Books for the scholarly avant-garde and other theoretically-minded readers in literary and cultural studies, feminist theory, cinema studies, queer theory, gay and lesbian studies, poetry and other related subjects.
Titles in the social sciences and humanities, with emphasis on politics, cultural studies, history, philosophy, sociology and literary criticism. Writers include Tariq Ali, Benedict Anderson, Perry Anderson, Michèle Barrett, Robin Blackburn, Paul Gilroy.
Academic research in the social sciences, humanities and arts. Subject areas: economics, sociology, social welfare, ethnic studies, politics, cultural history, art history, music, literary & religious studies, illustrated art, philosophy and more.
|The Johns Hopkins University Press|
One of the largest university presses in North America. Research and learning books and journals for students, professionals and general readers in the humanities and social sciences. Author interviews, excerpts, table of content and more.
|Green Integer Books|
A variety of artists, critics and historians works including essays, interviews, poems, dance, music & film, plays, fragments of suppressed writings, radio dialogs, philosophical essays, short fiction, speeches and novels.
Serious non-fiction books, scholarly monographs, educational and reference works in the areas of history, politics, and social thought; literature, criticism, and the performing arts; religion, and spirituality; education, psychology, women's studies.
Subtitled studies in Austrian literature, culture and thought; topics include biographies/autobiographies, the Anschluss, fiction, fantasy, historical studies, World War II, exile & holocaust, plays, as well as scholarly works on specific authors.