Titles by Publisher

The Ecuador Effect

By David E. Stuart

Dark and fast-paced, The Ecuador Effect combines a liberal dose of Ecuadorian Indian culture with the drama of a novel.

Subjects: Fiction

The Maya World of Communicating Objects

Quadripartite Crosses, Trees, and Stones
By Miguel Angel Astor-Aguilera

Astor-Aguilera argues that the western concept of religion and religious objects is not the framework for understanding Mayan cosmology or practice.

The Very Nature of God

Baroque Catholicism and Religious Reform in Bourbon Mexico City
By Brian Larkin

Using wills and other testaments of faith, Larkin examines the complex efforts by secular and religious authorities to reform religious practice during the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.

The Lost Minyan

By David M. Gitlitz

This intricately woven tapestry of historical fiction, profiles ten Crypto-Jewish families coping with the trauma of living between worlds, neither wholly Catholic nor wholly Jewish.

Cueva, ciudad y nido de águila

Una travesía interpretativa por el Mapa de Cuauhtinchan
Edited by Davíd CarrascoScott Sessions

Cueva, ciudad y nido de águila es la culminación de un proyecto internacional de investigaciones y una serie de reuniones organizadas por el Moses Mesoamerican Archive y centradas en el manuscrito pictórico del siglo XVI llamado el Mapa de Cuauhtinchan núm. 2.

Up the Winds and Over the Tetons

Journal Entries and Images from the 1860 Raynolds Expedition
Edited by Marlene Deahl MerrillDaniel D. Merrill

Historians, travelers, and outdoor enthusiasts will welcome this important addition to the literature of western exploration.

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