This is the catalogue of an art exhibit organized jointly by the Brera Academy in Milan, Italy, and the Corcoran Museum in Washington, DC, to show the connection between art and food. Opening: December 11, 2013
This is a sequel to Every Step a Struggle, and portrays the far-reaching turnaround in the representation of blacks on the stage and screen from the post-World War II era to the early 1970s.
Jason Kuo presents 300 paintings by Nobel Laureate artist Gao Xingjian, and places them in the context of his creative background as a poet and a filmmaker.
Focusing on the undergraduate classroom, this book presents a rational and systematic approach to both understanding and inventing three-dimensional art.
This volume brings together ten plays that have been dropped from anthologies of world drama, in order to examine the consequences of the new canonization for our understanding of the development of dramatic form.
Parker’s experiences in the Foreign Service shed light on many aspects of U.S. diplomacy in the Near East, an area of continuing interest and concern today.
This is the story of the critical role played by Radio Free Europe during the Cold War, as recounted by veteran RFE official J. F. Brown, who served as director from 1978 to 1983.
This collection of interviews provides a virtual history of the journalistic practice of criticism in contemporary America. Susan Sontag proclaimed Stanley Kauffmann “one of our national treasures.”
This is the account of Tinny’s career in the Foreign Service, starting in 1956. The murder of Her Britannic Majesty’s vice consul, climaxed Day One at his first post in San Pedro Sula, Honduras.
This book analyzes the elimination of intermediate- range nuclear force missiles through vivid, fresh impressions by those who conducted the INF negotiations.
An overview of generations of Italians in the Big Apple, weaving together numerous stories from different epochs and different backgrounds.
This novel hinges on the battle of Monte Cassino, Italy, in World War II, covering the international contingents and their contribution to that victory.
Think of this as a course catalogue, with courses arranged into departments. As the great French mathematician and philosopher René Descartes once noted, if you really want to live, first think about it.
Set in Uganda of the sixties with bookends in India and New York, this doctor’s story tells of a turbulent political time when colonial Uganda graduated to self-rule.