Traces the history of connections between Holocaust memory and the discourse of anti-racism.
Meditations on life and death from the shores of Lake Superior to the North Sea.
An ethnographic tapestry of personal and institutional narratives about Jerusalem’s social history.
African American characters navigate a physical and spiritual journey beginning in the antebellum South.
How postwar film represents absent bodies via the cinematic practices of audiovisual erasure by key filmmakers.
The story of a doctor’s family torn apart by Soviet politics, persecution, and the Jewish struggle for freedom during the Cold War.
An intimate look at a woman on the verge who is in tune with her body and nature.
A modern classic comprising spare and surprising tales by one of Latin America's premier storytellers.
Surreal stories highlighting the struggle of carving out a home for one’s self.
The history of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee from its origins in 1914 through its first century.
Pedagogical models and methodologies for engaging with fairy tales in the classroom.
Building-by-building pictorial and historical survey of the remarkable collection of architectural sculpture found in Detroit.
Reconstructs Indian storytellers’ lives and performance methods while recovering the marginalized worldview that popularized their art form.
The first edited volume devoted to the legendary cult director Jess Franco.
Analyzes the portrayal of German fairy-tale figures in contemporary North American media adaptations.
Robin Wood’s writing on the horror film, published over five decades, collected in one volume.
Pedagogical resource to help faculty prepare courses on the Arab-Israeli conflict in any discipline.
A story about place, interfaith, and what it means to come home.
A deep-dive into the practice and execution of contemporary television viewing.
Biographical sketches of twenty notable young men with ties to Michigan.