Wayne State University Press
Wayne State University Press is a leading publisher of Great Lakes books, Judaica, and African American studies, as well as a wide range of other scholarly and general interest titles. The Press disseminates research, advances education, and serves the local community while expanding the international reputation of the Press and the University.
From Rope to Vertigo
Hitchcock’s Rereleased Films contains new essays on five of Hitchcock’s most important films, revealing their artistic and cultural achievement and their centrality to understanding our culture.
A Wheelsman’s Story
Fred Dutton’s fascinating account captures the flavor of working on Great Lakes ships in the early twentieth century.
A Reader on Film & Television Melodrama
This collection of important essays examines melodrama from a variety of perspectives—chronological, theoretical, international, and feminist.
Essays on Jewish Humor
Jewish Wry examines the development of Jewish humor in a series of essays on topics that range from Sholom Aleichem's humor to Jewish comediennes through to the humor of Philip Roth.
Introduccion a su estudio: Volumen 1
This versatile three-volume set is specifically designed to introduce students of Spanish to the literature of Spain and Latin America.
Introduccion a su estudio: Volumen 3: Hispanoamerica
In Volumen 3 of Las literaturas hispánicas: Introducción a su estudio, Evelyn Picon Garfield and Ivan A. Schulman include selections from more than forty Spanish American authors from the sixteenth century to the present day.
Introduccion a su estudio: Volumen 2: Espana
Volumen 2: España is the second text in the series Las literaturas hispánicas: Introducción a su estudio.
A revised edition containing new chapters on the Shekhina.
Lumbermen and Laborers in Saginaw, Bay City, and Muskegon, 1870-1905
This study is a comprehensive history of these lumbertowns from their inception as frontier settlements to their emergence as reshaped industrial centers.
Res Gestae et Fragmenta
The Res Gestae and Fragmenta by Caesar Augustus annotated for beginning Latin students.
A Pioneer Anthology
The Making of Michigan is a wide-ranging collection of primary accounts of life in Michigan during the pioneer period.
A Victim Reflects on Rehabilitative Medicine
Fred Johnson gives a detailed account of his stroke—a rare, right hemisphere rupture at the age of thirty-six—and his subsequent rehabilitation.
History, Theory, & Practice
In this volume, Julie Klein provides the first comprehensive study of the modern concept of interdisciplinarity, supplementing her discussion with the most complete bibliography yet compiled on the subject.
Jim Daniels takes readers inside an auto factory to experience the frustrations, the dehumanization, and the small victories found there.
Set against the violently fragmented matrix of Detroit in 1973, Dobyns' novel is an unlikely fusion of love and violence.
From Alexander to Cleopatra
Using evidence from a wide array of sources, Sarah Pomeroy discusses women ranging from queens such as Arsinoë II and Cleopatra VII to Jewish slaves working on a Greek estate.
A Psychobiographical Inquiry
In this book, Hofling turns his attention to the psychological context in which Custer operated in order to understand the decisions which produced his final disaster.
A History of Logging in Northern Michigan
Examines the interplay between men and technology in the lumbering of Michigan's rugged Upper Peninsula.
The Legacy of Albert Kahn salutes the achievements of one of America's most distinguished architects
Faith, Fun, and Foible
A selection of writings and addresses by Detroit benefactor Leonard N. Simons (1904-1995).