A primary source analysis of the migration of Jews from Argentina to Israel.
A historical account of World War I literature.
The life and times of Sunnie Wilson reflected on the changes in Detroit over the last sixty years.
Seasons of Grace is a history of the catholic Church and community in southern lower Michigan from the 1830s through the 1950s.
This second volume portrays Lewisohn's last decades as an outspoken opponent of Nazi Germany.
Examines the historical, cultural, and social history of the Canadian portion of the Detroit River community in the first half of the nineteenth century.
Investigates the work of global filmmaker Raúl Ruiz.
The first book devoted to the life and work of a contemporary Italian-born American artist Harry Bertoia.
A literary memoir of exile and survival in Soviet prison camps during the Holocaust.
Poetry that uses American folk music as a lens to investigate themes of family, art, and masculinity.
The second volume of this seminal work on American Jewry covers the period from 1841 to 1860.
Examines literature and art to reveal the German genocidal gaze in Africa and the Holocaust.
The first edited volume devoted to the legendary cult director Jess Franco.
An examination of the ways in which the American experience influenced some of the major Jewish leaders during and between the world wars.
Poems suggesting that living on Earth takes a lot of practice.
A biography of the life of Maurice Sugar, a labor activist and lawyer for the United Auto Workers, highlighting his struggles of the early 1930s to bring the union message to Detroit.
Addresses the complex relationships between American Jews and Germany over the fifty years following the end of World War II.
In Fitting Memory, a critical survey of Holocaust memorials and monuments in Europe, Israel, and the United States, focuses on the archeological remains at the original sites of Nazi terror which constituted the first postwar memorials.
Poems inspired by a love of the living world and the actions that destroy what sustains us.
The first book-length study of the survival of Polish Jews in Stalin’s Soviet Union.
Written, edited, and compiled by Dennis Alan Nawrocki, Steve Panton, Matthew Piper, and Sarah Rose Sharp
Thirty illustrated essays highlighting a variety of Detroit artists.