Guide to Imperialism

The Lords of Human Kind. Black Man, Yellow Man and White Man in an Age of Empire

by V.G. Kiernan

Europe in the Age of Imperialism, 1880-1914

by Heinz Gollwitzer

Critics of Empire

by Bernard Porter

Britain and the Russian Civil War

by Richard H. Ullman

The Fall of the British Empire, 1918-1968

by Colin Cross

Britain in the Century of Total War

by Arthur Marwick

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How’s your Gestalt?

The Task of Gestalt Psychology

by Wolfgang Köhler, with an Introduction by Carroll C. Pratt


Tijerina and the Courthouse Raid

by Peter Nabokov

La Raza: The Mexican-Americans (to be published in January)

by Stan Steiner

Uprooted Children The Early Life of Migrant Farm Workers (to be published in February)

by Robert Coles

Shadows on the Enlightenment

The Enlightenment: An Interpretation Volume II: The Science of Freedom

by Peter Gay

The Incomparable Benjamin

Illuminations. Essays and Reflections

by Walter Benjamin, edited and with an Introduction by Hannah Arendt, translated by Harry Zohn

The Emperor Industry

Napoleon, I. From 18 Brumaire to Tilsit 1799-1807

by Georges Lefebvre, translated by Henry F. Stockhold

Napoleon, II. From Tilsit to Waterloo 1807-1815

by Georges Lefebvre, translated by J.E. Anderson

Napoleon in Russia The 1812 Campaign

by Alan Palmer

Napoleon Recaptures Paris

by Claude Manceron, translated by George Unwin

Napoleon after Waterloo

by Michael John Thornton

Napoleon's St. Helena

by Gilbert Martineau, translated by Frances Partridge

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Black is Beautiful

African Art, Its Background and Traditions

by René S. Wassing

African Art

by Michel Leiris and Jacqueline Delange, translated by Michael Ross

The Beholder’s Eye

Prints and Visual Communication

by William Ivins Jr.

Prints and Books: Informal Papers

by William Ivins Jr.

Notes on Prints

by William Ivins Jr.

How Prints Look, Photographs with a Commentary

by William Ivins Jr.

Bad Housekeeping

Isadora Duncan’s vocabulary resounds with such period words as Woman, Beauty, Truth, Art, Glorious Vision. In spirit she was far more a pre-Raphaelite than a Marxist.

Isadora Duncan: The Russian Years

by Ilya Ilyich Schneider

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