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Brothers or Enemies: The Ukrainian National Movement and Russia from the 1840s to the 1870s
Brothers or Enemies: The Ukrainian National Movement and Russia from the 1840s to the 1870s
By Johannes Remy

In Brothers and Enemies, Johannes Remy reveals that the roots of Ukrainian independence were planted fifty years earlier. Remy contextualizes the Ukrainian national movement against the backdrop of the Russian Empire and its policy of oppression in the mid-nineteenth-century.

Available Dec 2016
Writing the Yugoslav Wars: Literature, Postmodernism, and the Ethics of Representation
Writing the Yugoslav Wars: Literature, Postmodernism, and the Ethics of Representation
By Dragana Obradović

In Writing the Yugoslav Wars, Dragana Obradović analyses how the Yugoslav wars of secession helped shape the region’s literary culture. Obradović argues that the crisis of the country’s disintegration posed an ethical challenge to self-identified postmodernists.

Available Oct 2016
Italian Futurism and the First World War
Italian Futurism and the First World War
By Selena Daly

Selena Daly’s work is the first comprehensive study of Futurism during the First World War period. In this book, she examines the cultural, political, and military engagement of the Futurists with the war effort, both on the battlefields and on the home front.

Published Aug 2016
North/South: The Great European Divide
North/South: The Great European Divide
By Ricardo J. Quinones

North/South focuses on the dramatic changes in the intellectual and political typography of a Europe divided between the countries of the North and of those of the South.

Published Aug 2016
'Betwixt Jest and Earnest': Marprelate, Milton, Marvell, Swift & the Decorum of Religious Ridicule
'Betwixt Jest and Earnest': Marprelate, Milton, Marvell, Swift & the Decorum of Religious Ridicule
By Raymond A. Anselment

Marprelate, Milton, Marvell, and Swift are among the best prose satirists in a remarkably rich literary era. Focusing on these key figures, ‘Betwixt Jest and Earnest’ examines the theory and practice of religious prose in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.

Published Jul 2016
Canadian-Soviet Relations between the World Wars
Canadian-Soviet Relations between the World Wars
By Aloysius Balawyder

This study, based on archives only recently made available, examines Canada’s relations with the Soviet Union between the first and second world wars. 

Published Jul 2016
Certain Sermons or Homilies (1547) and a Homily against Disobedience and Wilful Rebellion (1570): A Critical Edition
Certain Sermons or Homilies (1547) and a Homily against Disobedience and Wilful Rebellion (1570): A Critical Edition
By Ronald B. Bond

Bond traces the development and decline of interest in the homilies both as aids for preachers and as statements of reformed doctrine. In addition he analyses the themes, organizations, and styles of the homilies presented.

Published Jul 2016
English Merchant Shipping 1460-1540
English Merchant Shipping 1460-1540
By Dorothy Burwash

Between 1460 and 1540 the development of merchant shipping was of vital importance to the growth of England as a European power. In this work Miss Burwash offers a complete history of the English merchant marine in the late middle ages and early renaissance period.

Published Jul 2016
Epistola ad Joannem Millium
Epistola ad Joannem Millium

By Richard Bentley

Introductiom by G.P. Goold

A special reprint of Alexander Dyce’s edition of the Epistola (1691), the work which first brought Bentley fame, and which has long been out of print. 

Published Jul 2016
Fécondité d'Emile Zola: Roman à Thèse, Évangile, Mythe
Fécondité d'Emile Zola: Roman à Thèse, Évangile, Mythe

By David Baguely

This historical and critical study of Zola’s Fécondité contributes much to an understanding of how the novel came to be written and of its achievements.

Published Jul 2016