YANMING AN AND BRIAN J. BRUYA
New Life for Old Ideas: Chinese Philosophy in the Contemporary World: A Festschrift in Honour of Donald J. Munro (The Chinese University of Hong Kong Press)
With 50 years spent studying sinological philosophy, Donald J. Munro has influenced a generation of scholars and left an indelible mark on the subject. Co-editor An explores Munro’s legacy.
El pasado en solfa: La música literaria y fílmica de la España contemporánea (Anthropos Editorial)
Anido explores popular music within the literary and cinematic traditions of Spain from the post-war period to the present.
SKYE G. ARTHUR-BANNING
Youth Sports in America: The Most Important Issues in Youth Sports Today (ABC-CLIO, LLC)
Former Olympic consultant Arthur- Banning illuminates the tense and troublesome world of youth sports.
KENNETH F. BACKMAN AND IAN E. MUNANURA: Ecotourism in Sub-Saharan Africa: Thirty Years of Practice (Routledge)
Backman and Munanura assess the benefits and drawbacks of ecotourism, a model for tourism development adopted by Sub- Saharan Africa 30 years ago.
ANTHONY BERNARDUCCI: Listening Awareness: Build Independent Creative Listeners in Choir (GIA Publications, Inc.)
Composer and educator Bernarducci provides a practical methodology for choral singers, with strategies for understanding musical concepts and suggested repertoire for a variety of styles.
VINIECE JENNINGS, MATTHEW H.E.M. BROWNING AND ALESSANDRO RIGOLON
Urban Green Spaces: Public Health and Sustainability in the United States (SpringerBriefs in Geography)
Browning et al. compile cutting-edge interdisciplinary research in this investigation of green spaces and associated human well-being in the U.S.
ELIZABETH DONNELLY CARNEY
Eurydice and the Birth of Macedonian Power (Oxford University Press)
Carney examines the multifaceted depictions of Eurydice, grandmother to Alexander the Great and a significant ruler in her own right.
LAUREN DUFFY AND CAROL KLINE
Tourism and Cuba: Complexities of Tourism Planning and Development (Routledge)
In the post-Castro era, Cuba’s economy now allows for greater entrepreneurial opportunities. Co-editor Duffy explores these policy shifts and the complex factors that created them.
H. ROGER GRANT
Transportation and the American People (Indiana University Press)
Grant explores the social history of American transportation, the lives of the people who built it and how it grew to change the face of North America.
ROBERT MANNING, PETER NEWMAN, JESSE BARBER, CHRISTOPHER MONZ, JEFFREY HALLO AND STEVEN LAWSON
Natural Quiet and Natural Darkness: The “New” Resources of the National Parks (University Press of New England)
Hallo et al. scrutinize the harmful effects that human-caused noises and light have on the environment and supply research on the benefits and uses of natural quiet and natural darkness.
TIMO HEISTER, LEO G. REBHOLZ AND FEI XUE
Numerical Analysis: An Introduction (Walter de Gruyter GmbH)
Heister, Rebholz and Xue provide problem-solving tools for those studying mathematics, physics and engineering.
The Black Circle: A Life of Alexandre Kojève (Columbia University Press)
Love provides new interpretations of author Alexandre Kojève by studying his Russian heritage, lesser-known works and influence on future French writers.
RAINA ROBEVA AND MATTHEW MACAULEY
Algebraic and Combinatorial Computational Biology (Academic Press)
To help readers keep pace with the questions of modern computational biology, co-editor Macauley presents connections to relevant research and updated problem-solving methods.
Home Making: A Novel (Harper Perennial)
Three characters from different walks of life face their own unique problems in Matalone’s novel of home, identity and family.
MICHAEL K. LINDELL, PAMELA MURRAY-TUITE, BRIAN WOLSHON AND EARL J. BAKER
Large-Scale Evacuation: The Analysis, Modeling, and Management of Emergency Relocation from Hazardous Areas (CRC Press)
Murray-Tuite et al. detail the rationale behind evacuation orders and practical methods to help safely facilitate subsequent events.
Heritage and Sport: An Introduction (Channel View Publications)
Ramshaw studies the unique relationship between sport and heritage and covers the conversations and controversies surrounding its manifestations.
La penna è chiacchierona: Edmondo De Amicis e l’arte del narrare (Franco Cesati Editore)
Calling on a decade of research, Risso rigorously examines the varied works of Italian author Edmondo De Amicis.
WILLIAM FRANCIS MOORE, MARK WAYNE ROGERS, SEAN SATHER-WAGSTAFF AND SEAN MICHAEL
Monomial Ideas and their Decompositions (Springer Nature Switzerland)
Sather-Wagstaff et al. provide a guide for combinatorial commutative algebra, with exercises for advanced students and information on the cross-disciplinary potential of the subject.
DOUGLAS FISHER, NANCY FREY AND RACHELLE S. SAVITZ
Teaching Hope and Resilience for Students Experiencing Trauma (Teachers College Press )
Savitz et al. seek to help schools better equip students who are dealing with trauma.
Fictions of Legibility: The Human Face and Body in Modern German Novels from Sophie von La Roche to Alfred Döblin (Transcript Publishing)
Stoicea tracks the shifting depictions of the human face and body within German novels between 1771 and 1929.
Simone de Beauvoir: le combat au féminin (Presses Universitaires France)
Touya studies the influence of Simone de Beauvoir, existential philosopher and feminist, on mid-20th-century society and the modern world.
ANTONIO SCIARRETTA AND ARDALAN VAHIDI
Energy-Efficient Driving of Road Vehicles: Toward Cooperative, Connected, and Automated Mobility (Springer Nature Switzerland AG)
Drawing on traditional sources, co-author Vahidi furthers the theory of energy-efficient driving and details its tangible benefits.
Cyborg Detective (BOA Editions, Ltd.)
Performance artist and disability rights activist, Weise confronts the marginalization of disabled people in the writing community and beyond in this collection of poems.
FEI (FRED) WANG, ZHEYU ZHANG AND EDWARD A. JONES
Characterization of the Wide Bandgap Power Semiconductor Devices (The Institution of Engineering and Technology)
Wide bandgap semiconductor devices require unique care from their operators. Zhang et al. explore the particulars of these semiconductors.