This volume has brought together scholars from anthropology, history, psychology, and ethnic studies to share their original research into the lesser-known stories of slavery in North America and reveal surprising parallels among slave cultures across the continent.
Indigenous Peoples and Salmon across the North Pacific
Edited by Benedict J. ColombiJames F. Brooks
$34.95 Paperback 978-1-934691-90-8 August 2012
The histories and futures of Indigenous peoples and salmon are inextricably bound across the vast ocean expanse and rugged coastlines of the North Pacific. Keystone Nations addresses this enmeshment and the marriage of the biological and social sciences that have led to the research discussed in this book.
Edited by James F. BrooksChristopher R. N. DeCorseJohn Walton
$29.95 Paperback 978-1-930618-94-7 May 2008
Growing unease with grand theories of modernization and global integration brought twelve scholars from four disciplines to the School for Advanced Research for an experiment with the research genre known as microhistory. These authors now call for a return to narrative, detailed analysis on a small scale, and the search for unforeseen meanings embedded in cases.