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Brandeis logoDartmouth College Press is a member press of the University Press of New England (UPNE). Dartmouth College’s unique focus on personalized arts and science learning has made it a global leader in liberal education. This unique focus is reflected in the books that Dartmouth College Press publishes. DCP’s interdisciplinary approach to publishing touches on everything from the fine and visual arts, to cross-cultural criticisms of American Studies, to global health and medicine.

Interfaces: Studies in Visual Culture, is a perfect representation of Dartmouth's ever-growing commitment to the study of visual culture. Similarly, Donald Pease, as founder and director of The Futures of American Studies Institute, has created the new series Remapping the Trans-National: A Dartmouth Series in American Studies, which serves as a forum for Dartmouth's leadership in charting the future course of American Studies throughout the world.

Other important series include Reencounters with Colonialism and The Collected Writings of Rousseau.


FEATURE TITLES

Trans/Portraits
Jackson Wright Shultz

A fascinating collective memoir of the lives and experiences of transgender people, in their own voices
No Laughing Matter
Visual Humor in Ideas of Race, Nationality, and Ethnicity

Angela Rosenthal, ed.; David Bindman, ed.; Adrian W. B. Randolph, ed.

The role of race and ethnicity in global humor
American Studies as Transnational Practice
Turning toward the Transpacific

Yuan Shu, ed.; Donald E. Pease, ed.

The internationalization of American studies
The Racial Imaginary of the Cold War Kitchen
From Sokol’niki Park to Chicago’s South Side

Kate A. Baldwin

Race, domesticity, and consumerism in the Cold War era
New World Courtships
Transatlantic Alternatives to Companionate Marriage

Melissa M. Adams-Campbell

Varieties of marriage in early American and British novels
A Power to Translate the World
New Essays on Emerson and International Culture

David LaRocca, ed.; Ricardo Miguel-Alfonso, ed.

The impact of global thinkers on Emerson; Emerson’s impact on global thought
Writing for Justice
Victor Séjour, the Kidnapping of Edgardo Mortara, and the Age of Transatlantic Emancipations

Elèna Mortara

Transnational battles for freedom and a personal work of remembrance