Top 100 Prize Winning Books at the Edwin Mellen Press Rogal, Samuel J.
Two Volume Set includes Books I and II.
Book I: Wars of the Spanish Succession through Military Campaigns, Battles, and Events
Book II: Miscellaneous Military Events through Conflicts in India, Afghanistan, and Burma, Including Concluding Commentary, Works Cited, and Indices | 850 pages Shein, Louis J.
Lev Shestov is a strange and, in many respects, unique phenomenon in the history of Russian and philosophic thought. His approach to philosophical problems was so different from the traditional that it created difficulties in assimilating the essence of his thought. This is an attempt to clarify Shestov's work. The sudden death of Dr. Louis J.Shein prevented the completion of this work, but the editors of the Edwin Mellen Press decided that despite the unfinished nature of the manuscript, its contribution to scholarship renders it worthy of publication as Shein left it, with only minor editing adjustments. | 120 pages Vinding, Niels
This book provides an account of Leif Eriksson’s discovery of Vinland and other Viking voyages to Newfoundland. The most important contribution of the manuscript is the author’s contention that the Greenland Norse did not ballast their knarrs [freight ships] with loose stones, which might shift in heavy waves and imperil the shallow-draught vessels. Instead, they cut large stone blocks, beveled at one end to roughly conform to the shape of the hull, and laid them between the ribs. When loading the ships with a heavy cargo such as timber, the Norse would dump some or all of their ballast stones over the side. Therefore, it might be possible to detect a Norse site by locating a collection of distinctively shaped ballast stones on or near the shore. This hypothesis has apparently not been explored by anyone else involved in Norse research in Newfoundland.
Vinding had a life-long fascination with the dramatic voyages of the Greenland Norse and the unsolved question of the location of Vinland. His research led him to a careful analysis of two of the Icelandic sagas, the Greenlanders’ Saga and Erik the Red’s Saga. These sagas describe the same events, but there are discrepancies between them. Vinding compared the sources and created a plausible synthesized account of seven voyages of the Norse to Greenland and North America. Based on his readings, he hypothesized that Leif Eriksson’s first landing in North America was in Trinity Bay, and that Vinland was located on the Avalon Peninsula of southern Newfoundland.
Many nineteenth- and twentieth-century researchers published theories about the location of Vinland but without providing conclusive evidence. The theories suggesting locations far down the east coast of the United States have now been abandoned, in part because they demand that we disregard our primary sources, the sagas, which give precise indications of sailing times and distances. All authorities agree that the second of the three lands discovered by Bjarni Herjolfsson, called Markland by the Norse, is Labrador. There is only one area that fits the saga’s distances and directions from Labrador to Vinland, and that is the east coast of southern Newfoundland. No Norse artifacts have been found in that area except the ballast stones. Since ballast stones are likely to be indicators of Norse sites, they are markers of areas that deserve further archaeological exploration, be that a search for Vinland in Trinity Bay or a search for Hóp in St. Paul’s Bay. | 164 pages Mitchell, Charles
Demonstrates how Shakespeare utilized a strategy of manipulating the language and conventions of public execution in his plays. Paying special attention to the poetics of hangings at Tyburn, the most dominant place of execution, Shakespeare’s subversion of this well-known (and uneasy) discourse between the public and the state is illuminated by close readings of The Comedy of Errors, Titus Andronicus, Richard III, Measure for Measure, and The Tempest. It uses audience-reception theory and new historicism, as well as non-dramatic texts (popular literature and ballads) to demonstrate the knowledge and experiences of execution that the audiences of Shakespeare’s time took with them to the theatre. With illustrations. | 172 pages Smith-Ross, Camacia
From Abstract: In March of 2020, the world was faced with yet another life altering event that was viewed as a national health crisis. Silently roaming earth and affecting so many people, this infectious disease, caused by a newly discovered coronavirus, Covid-19, created alarming chaos and changed how the world communicated, worked, and lived. The new normal came with swift changes and challenged our mental, social and emotional state.
Business as usual looks differently at many institutions of higher learning. Having to face the realization that normalized learning was on the verge of changing its persona and wondering if black and brown students would be able to pivot and remain connected was in question. Recognizing HCBUs have always been havens of resilience, being a beacon of hope for "people of color," this pandemic would not change her position. The times would transform, but her glory would not fade. She would continue to move in haste focused on her mission. | 254 pages Risner, Doug
With a Foreword by Ramsay Burt.
This book addresses the fact that "a lack of scholarly attention has been paid to this burgeoning research area in the U.S., especially in terms of book-length studies."
While research on the topic of boys who dance is scant, the author states that "what we do know, though tentative, provides cause for concern, linked as it is to dominant notions of masculinity, pervasive homophobia, and boys' neglect, harassment, and social isolation." | 216 pages Coumbe, Arthur T.
With Co-Author Nathan C. Jones.
The focus of this book is on the evolution of the U.S. Army officer accessions in the First World War and its aftermath. The authors discuss how the Army selected, educated, and trained its officers as it transitioned from an expeditionary force to an organization centered on directing a nation-at-arms. | 218 pages Chishty-Mujahid, Nadya Q.
In this book Dr. Chishty-Mujahid expands her earlier works to focus on predominantly masculine twinship. | 116 pages Steckley, John
Dr. John Steckley teaches at Humber College and has been studying the Huron language for over thirty years. He received his doctorate in Education from the Ontario Institute of Studies in Education at the University of Toronto. | 235 pages Slater, Thomas Bowie
This book provides Afrocentric interpretive studies by esteemed author Dr. Thomas B. Slater. A Foreword by Jerry Sumney is included. | 160 pages
11. ANALYTICAL STUDIES ABOUT MUSIC BY THOMAS DELIO: Beethoven, Carter, Chopin, DeLio, Feldman, Haydn, Mahler, Reynolds, Satie, Scelsi, Webern, Wolpe, and Xenakis
This is an anthology of historical and critical essays written by Thomas DeLio about music, edited by Thomas Licata. | 448 pages Richardson, Herbert W.
| 254 pages Richardson, Herbert W.
Owen LaBrie is the Saint Paul School top student who was convicted of raping his 9th grade girlfriend. The case attracted national attention while it worked its way through the New Hampshire legal system. The eventual consequence was that LaBrie spent several years wearing an electronic ankle bracelet and served a year in jail.
This books contains the letters written to Owen LaBrie during this period. The author argues that LaBrie was unjustly convicted and that the school and legal authorities were primarily to blame. The author of the book is a retired Professor of Theology at Harvard University and the University of Toronto School of Theology. | 254 pages Hamada, Masako
This book contains the memoir of Captain Kayahara, who rescued about 800 Russian refugee children on his ship
the Yomei Maru in 1920. The Konko Library in Okayama Prefecture in Japan has the original memoir. | 164 pages Westmaas, Nigel
Dr. Nigel Westmaas compiled this collection of the important terms, laws, and information on the political life of Guyana. It is the first time this information has been compiled for future research. | 538 pages Richardson, Herbert W.
| 276 pages Richardson, Herbert W.
This book continues that arguing that Motherlove, or the eros of life, expresses itself through the step-by-step development of levels of consciousness. | 276 pages NicUaithuas, Máire Éibhlís
This monograph explores the evolving history of spiritual direction giving particular attention to its availability to and practice with people who are marginalised; exploring metaphors and models for spiritual direction from the early Church to more contemporary offerings; and proposing an over-riding paradigm of story-telling. Key formative influences on the spirituality of Vincent de Paul and Louise de Marillac are explored and more contemporary studies in relation to spiritual accompaniment of people who are marginalised examined. | 475 pages Al-Allaf, Mashhad
Dr. Mashbad Al-Allaf presents and interprets the ideas and philosophy of the major figures of Islamic philosophy, interpreted by Dr. Al-Allaf. | 724 pages Mohanty, Nirode
Dr. Nirode Mohanty describes how the Vedic view of perceiving life, and living according to the universal principles that are inherent to the philosophy, would improve the spiritual and mental well-being of the world in general. | 161 pages Gale, Barry
This is the story of the planning and construction of the Auditorium Building and Theater on Michigan Avenue in Chicago and the men who built it. At the time, it was the largest building in America, containing the largest opera house in the world. It was the last of the great masonry buildings of the nineteenth century and the first of the new wave of monumental structures that would characterize the first two decades of the twentieth. It marked the beginning of modern commercial architecture in America, the start of what was later to be called the “Chicago School.” | 308 pages Silver, Jr., Joseph H.
Dr. Joseph Silver describes the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the African American population of the United States. He considers its medical and social impacts. | 62 pages Richey, Russell E.
This book contains the collection of papers from the 1973 Drew University conference that made famous Robert Bellah's concept of "American Civil Religion." | 278 pages Stanwood, Paul G.
Dr. Paul Stanwood combines the long and distinguished academic career on the subject of John Donne. | 368 pages Horowitz, Jeannine
This text is thirteenth century describes the experiences of l’abbé Richalm de Schöntal and his battles with Demons and the Devil within his German monastery. The text is in French. | 444 pages Falk, Gerhard
This book seeks to demonstrate how a small, impoverished group of immigrants rose from the slums of America’s big
cities to wealth, education, and political power in the course of one century. It describes the challenging and rewarding path taken by American Jews throughout the twentieth century. | 392 pages Mori, Maryellen Toman
Dr. Maryellen Toman Mori has collected this collection of erotic Japanese tales that have been translated into the English language for the first time. It is a collection of 17 stories, written by both male and female authors. | 648 pages Guthke, Karl S.
| 232 pages Guthke, Karl S.
Professor Karl Guthke describes his early life, emigrating to the United States in the 1950s to teach in major universities such as Harvard University and the University of California, Berkeley. | 232 pages Towfighi, Parviz S.
This softcover consider ten reform movements with the religion of Islam. It looks at the leaders of the movements and the effects on the Islamic world. | 236 pages Towfighi, Parviz S.
This softcover touches upon the basic beliefs of the three major Abrahamic religions that have for better or worse shaped the history of humankind for three millennia. Cultural differences which can explain some of the misunderstandings between the West and the Islamic world. It does not specifically address any particular event that is not historically relevant. | 236 pages Ulloth, Dana
The purpose of this book is to point out that capitalist system in place in the United States is not currently working as efficiently as it might to maximize opportunities for all citizens to both enjoy the benefits and contribute to the continued success of capitalism. | 156 pages Fishbane, Simcha
Dr. Simcha Fishbane describes the history and background of Jewish mourning rituals. It includes insights from history, culture, and important Rabbis. | 96 pages Schwarz, Hans
This monograph describes the influence of the Nazarenes, a movement based in Germany during the Romantic era. The Nazarenes created images of the Bibles and Jesus that affected European Christianity. | 50 pages Browning, Peter D.
This volume is the first in a series exploring food, society, and ethics in the 21st century. The yearbook provides selected reviews of influential books in the field. They include perspectives from scholars in anthropology, ecology, food studies, history, nutrition, philosophy, religious studies, and sociology. The review of books also examines writings of selected journalists whose food-related investigations feature leading figures in the contemporary discussion of food and its impact on individuals and society. | 224 pages Sacks, Adam J.
Dr. Adam J. Sacks provides a close reading with comprehensive coverage and a supportive introduction to serve as a critical introduction for a wide audience fort his singular entry in the European art-music canon. | 104 pages Gale, Barry
This is the story of the planning and construction of the Auditorium Building and Theater on Michigan Avenue in Chicago and the men who built it. At the time, it was the largest building in America, containing the largest opera house in the world. It was the last of the great masonry buildings of the nineteenth century and the first of the new wave of monumental structures that would characterize the first two decades of the twentieth. It marked the beginning of modern commercial architecture in America, the start of what was later to be called the “Chicago School.” | 308 pages Ulloth, Dana
Dr. Ulloth examines the data concerning raw numbers of civilians that are killed by Police. He examines the perception of the numbers and the interesting realities found within the data. It considers the reasons for the disparities between public perception and the raw data. | 60 pages Petty, Jonathan Christian
Dr. Jonathan Petty looks into the nature of music and musicology to reconsider the way that humanity looks at music and all the elements that go into music. | 636 pages Ulloth, Dana
Dr. Dana Ulloth reproduces the colonial constitutions of the original thirteen colonies, plus Vermont. The book includes the text of the constitutions, and notes on the details of the constitutions, the creation of them, and interesting quirks of them. It is intended to be a resource to watch the | 556 pages Brazinski, Paul A.
No previous work has provided a comprehensive investigation of Gregory the Great’s concern for the poor and marginalized. This has left not only a gap in current scholarship but also several unanswered questions, such as where did Gregory the Great learn his administrative skills? How did he use his lesser orders, defenders and notaries to manage the finances and other affairs of the Roman see? And how did he promote charitable giving during his reign? | 250 pages Eis, Joel D.
This is a new edition of Dr. Eis's 2003 monograph on the first play performed in America. | 456 pages Holowchak, Mark Andrew
| 300 pages Holowchak, Mark Andrew
This book, thus, is a systematic, philosophy-of-science examination of the Strong Thomas Jefferson Hypothesis (HTJS) by rigorous analysis of all the pro-paternity evidence and of all of the anti-pro-paternity evidence. I evaluate every scrap of material and historical evidence pro and con the Strong Thomas Jefferson Hypothesis and designate the arguments of which they function as premises as very weak (W), weak (w), neither weak nor strong (w/s), strong (s), or very strong (S). | 208 pages Cabrera, Nydia
Dr. Cabrera traces the patterns of Puerto Rican immigration into Miami-Dade County in Florida. She traces traces the immigration pattern from 1940 to the present day. The books tracks the accomplishments and setbacks for the Puerto Rican community. | 226 pages Moss, Grant D.
| 80 pages King, Margaret L.
| 256 pages Ortiz, Fernando
This book on the history of Mexican and Mexican American psychology is written for students of the history of psychology. It is intended to fill a void in the extensive literature of history and systems that focuses primarily on the history of European and American psychology. A review of existing textbooks and publications on the topic reveals several trends. Most noticeably, psychology is often and exclusively treated in its modern and European context. Sigmund Freud is one of the “fathers” of psychological thinking in the Western intellectual tradition for his insightful contributions into the inner workings of the human mind. | 476 pages Daugherty, Leo J.
Dr. Daugherty reviews the history of the United States Marine Corp in the First World War I. The subject includes the strategies and tactics, organization of the Corp at the time, and leading figures within the leadership of the Corp. | 260 pages Rogal, Samuel J.
Dr. Rogal combines a thoughtful essay on the development of Abolitionist thought in seventeenth and eighteenth centuries and John Wesley's own thoughts on the issue of slavery in 1774. | 160 pages LaMonica, Jeffrey
The United States Army’s 1916 Punitive Expedition into Mexico is one of the lesser known and more misunderstood military campaigns in US history. General Francisco “Pancho” Villa and his army of Villistas’ attack on the town of Columbus, New Mexico in March 1916 instigated a US invasion of Mexico. Over the next eleven months, Brigadier General John J. Pershing led ten thousand US soldiers in search of Villa and his troops across the northern Mexican state of Chihuahua. Pershing’s expedition and the National Guard’s border defense resulted in ten battles and skirmishes, dozens of US casualties, and hundreds of Mexican casualties. This title includes 4 color photos and 8 black and white photos. | 128 pages Fishbane, Simcha
Dr. Fishbane explores the nature and importance of fire in Jewish rituals, and its roots in Jewish religious text. | 85 pages Magnuson, Elmer T.
Dr. Magnuson translates this slim volume by K.H. Kalb, which was initially commissioned to be given to visitors as a memento of an exhibition of historical items from the Bayreuth Festival of 1876, organized by and held on the premises of a local financial institution in observance of the centennial Bayreuth Festival in 1976. | 120 pages Dumitrescu, Corina Anderson
Drs. Dumitrescu and Craiovan presents this edited collection of papers from the international conference on “The Philosophy of Law from Enlightenment to the Contemporary Period.” | 368 pages Evans, Ken
Sigmund Freud wrote a secret autobiography and entrusted it to Thomas Mann. He asked Mann to ensure his narrative not be lost or suppressed. In subsequent years, the autobiography plus many of Freud's private letters were acquired by various libraries. Professor Kenneth Evans has gathered these documents and, in this book, he has compiled them into a chronological text. This is not a work of fiction but a book that reveals a hidden side of Freud that has not been publicly recognized or evaluated. | 152 pages Chavers, Dean
Dr. Dean Chavers collects and compiles a definitive description and recollection of massacres upon the Native peoples of North America. | 900 pages Richardson, Herbert W.
The argument of this book is that the usual way of conceiving the mother-child relation is incorrect. Professor Richardson's argument is that the mother-child relation is reciprocal. | 64 pages Miller, R. Baxter
Dr. Miller discusses the history of the three great African American spirituals and their continuing influence. | 58 pages Vasillopulos, Christopher
This a collection of Sonnets from Dr. Christopher Vasillopulos on the subject of time. | 29 pages Kenny, Robert V.
Dr. Kenny brings us this collections of two eighteenth-century French plays from the beginning of the French colonial empire in North America. The French public was obsessed with the New World and these two plays are about the subject. | 150 pages Morris, Thomas F.
Dr. Morris discusses the idea that our lives may be shaped by forces beyond our control and reckoning. He uses Shakespeare's Hamlet
as a reference point to other philosophers and theologians on this complex issue. | 445 pages Miller, R. Baxter
Professor Miller traces the development of African American poetics from the jazz modernist Langston Hughes to his later contemporary Gwendolyn Brooks. Along the way, the critic accounts for social and historical developments within each new generation of African American verse from the Harlem Renaissance to the new millennium. | 252 pages Turner, Michael J.
Dr. Turner discusses attitudes toward judgment and the afterlife in late Victorian Britain, and relates them to their wider cultural and political framework. | 188 pages Ulloth, Dana
In this book Dr. Ulloth has preserved the words of George Floyd and the officers and observers during the final few minutes of his life. | 76 pages Ulloth, Dana
This book is about 50 women and men who were innocent of any crime that merited them dying, but they nevertheless paid the ultimate price. They were the wrong color, in the wrong place, at the wrong time, confronted by the wrong person with too much power. | 162 pages Miller, R. Baxter
Doc Rivers transforms lyric release into public reckoning. In the personal grief of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin, he perceives a recurring American tragedy. Still fresh in memory are the deaths of Ahmaud Armery in Glynn County Georgia and of Breonna Taylor in Louisville, Kentucky. In his lyric cry, thirdly, Rivers voices the public grief about de facto, public executions of Daniel Prude in Rochester, New York and of George Floyd in Minneapolis. More than a strict need for law and order, such homicides represent Trump’s existential threat to African Americans. | 50 pages Davies, Daniel M.
Dr. Davies considers the philosophical and spiritual nature of the creation of and eventual fall of nations. This essay looks at the centuries to create a philosophical model of nation creation and what leads to its fall. | 228 pages Rogal, Samuel J.
Dr. Rogal presents a critical edition of a historic Hymnal within the Church of England, Hymns Ancient and Modern
. He presents this obscure Hymnal as a way of studying sacred music and as a reference for historical study and discussion of Hymns. | 220 pages Kazak, Ihar [Igor Gregory Kozak]
Dr. Kozak collects 13 short humorous stories by Russian author, Arkady Averchenko. They make light of the sad and hard conditions of post World War I Europe and Russia. | 156 pages Wicker, Jim R.
Dr. Wicker describes the Biblical view of Heaven and how it is perceived. This text breaks down the description of the Heaven for Believers and non-Believers. | 88 pages Wicker, Jim R.
Dr. Wicker describes the Biblical view of Heaven and how it is perceived. This text breaks down the description of the Heaven for Believers and non-Believers. | 88 pages Yaklich, Richard E.
Dr. Yaklich breaks down and studies legendary Philadelphia conductor Eugene Ormandy's performing version of legendary Russian pianist Sergei Rachmaninoff's First Symphony. He also explores the relationship between the two musicians, professionally and personally. | 216 pages Xia, Bin
Dr. Xia describes the development of the China's diplomatic theory since 2017. He uses the 2017 meeting of the Communist party of China as a reference point of this important development in China and global history. | 37 pages Xia, Bin
Dr. Xia' dissertation focuses on China's scheme of global governance and multilateralism, the relationship between China and the United States and Africa. It seeks to show how international organizations promote cooperation between states. | 298 pages Blasi, Anthony J.
Dr. Anthony Blasi describes the sociology of religious life and situation of San Antonio, Texas. This is a regional study that focuses on the diverse beliefs and perspectives of one urban area of the United States, setting up possibilities of other studies on other regions which could be of great value to urban planners. | 440 pages Sawicki, Timothy
Dr. Sawicki describes the movement approach to physical education for K-12 students. The movement approach uses a variety of movement experiences to enhance a student's physical abilities. | 148 pages Bazan-Gonzalez, Patricia
The transformation and reincarnation of culture is underway in the United States and has been ongoing for hundreds of years. England and Spain each played prominent roles in influencing the historical “founding” of what America has become for nearly five centuries. This study emerges as a leading identifier of the many historical and ingrained social nuances this hybrid culture – Hispanicity
– employs as it continues to modify and challenge every cultural aspect of modern society in the United States. | 152 pages Bukay, David
This research is about deception and propaganda. It deals with some issues where Muslims use Da'wah, a diplomacy of deceit and propaganda for western audiences. It is propaganda used to transform the west's thinking about Islam, its culture and beliefs. Dr. Bukay examines these issues to shed light on the Islam itself. | 100 pages Weatherby, Georgie Ann
This book seeks to analyze six mass murder shootings. Each rampage is described in detail and then further dissected by considering the background and contexts of the perpetrator(s). Sociological and Criminological theories are then applied to each in turn, in an effort to not only further understand possible motivations, but to identity and ward off similar attacks in the future. | 100 pages Ulloth, Dana
Dr. Dana Ulloth looks in the history of gun regulation in the United States from the founding of America to our modern age. He argues that the interpretation of second has moved from its earliest pro-regulation interpretation to an anti-regulation interpretation over that time period. | 104 pages Reyes, Xaé Alicia
| 144 pages Ulloth, Dana
In this book Dr. Ulloth has preserved the words of George Floyd and the officers and observers during the final few minutes of his life. | 76 pages Ulloth, Dana
This book is about 50 women and men who were innocent of any crime that merited them dying, but they nevertheless paid the ultimate price. They were the wrong color, in the wrong place, at the wrong time, confronted by the wrong person with too much power. | 162 pages Silver, Jr., Joseph H.
Dr. Joseph Silver describes the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the African American population of the United States. He considers its medical and social impacts. | 62 pages Coumbe, Arthur T.
Dr. Arthur Coumbe and William Taylor break down the political history of the Chaplain's post at West Point from the foundation of the post to the modern era. The two scholars break down the Chaplain post, its duties, and the nature of the post in the modern era and its role in the military. | 344 pages Miller, R. Baxter
Doc Rivers transforms lyric release into public reckoning. In the personal grief of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin, he perceives a recurring American tragedy. Still fresh in memory are the deaths of Ahmaud Armery in Glynn County Georgia and of Breonna Taylor in Louisville, Kentucky. In his lyric cry, thirdly, Rivers voices the public grief about de facto, public executions of Daniel Prude in Rochester, New York and of George Floyd in Minneapolis. More than a strict need for law and order, such homicides represent Trump’s existential threat to African Americans. | 50 pages Van Cleve, John W.Julius of Taranto
and The Twins>
first appeared during a brief literary movement that launched the career of Germany’s finest writer, Johann Wolfgang Goethe, and set the direction taken by the literature, art and music of the West during the nineteenth century, Romanticism. That German movement, commonly styled “Sturm und Drang
,” or “Storm and Stress,” begins in the latest 1760s and is coming to an end by 1780. It is in German literature of the 1790s that European Romanticism first emerged fully formed, and for over a century scholars have cited the debt that Romanticism owes to Storm and Stress. | 226 pages Chishty-Mujahid, Nadya Q.
Dr. Nadya Chishty-Mujahid wrote a Pakistani college-based play in English. I had been thinking about the art of fiction and thought that an annotated version of the attached play would make for a good monograph-with detailed explanatory notes, a few translations. | 64 pages d’Amiens, Girart
L’Istoire le roy Charlemaine is one of the very last still unpublished chansons de geste in French literature, since until recently scholars have neglected the genre of late medieval remaniements and compilations to which it belongs. This critical edition of the 23,348 line poem will be greatly appreciated by French and medieval scholars. Preface and introduction in English, text and notes in French. | 392 pages d’Amiens, Girart
L’Istoire le roy Charlemaine is one of the very last still unpublished chansons de geste in French literature, since until recently scholars have neglected the genre of late medieval remaniements and compilations to which it belongs. This critical edition of the 23,348 line poem will be greatly appreciated by French and medieval scholars. Preface and introduction in English, text and notes in French. | 340 pages Ahmadian Cherkawani (Iman), Mohamed
The core purpose of this monograph has been to investigate the reconciliatory thought of a 13th century Persian poet named Sa’di Shirazi. Although Sa’di’s prose poetry is not set out in the systematic form of a comprehensive political theory, profound insights were extracted from it that convey a powerful message regarding the necessities of harmonious behaviour as a precondition for a healthy society, and the dangers of not adhering to it. | 116 pages Moore, Steven Troy
This monograph is an expanded edition of Dr. Steven Moore’s The Cry of Black Rage in African American Literature
, expanding the scholarly developments to the Age of Trump. | 208 pages Reynolds-Marniche, Dana
This monograph looks into the African and Arabian roots of the Hebrew Bible, a subject that is rarely discussed in Biblical studies. Dr. Reynolds-Marniche looks into the importance of Africa and the Arabian Peninsula culture in discussions of the Hebrew Bible. | 408 pages Breskaya, Olga
Dr. Olga Breskaya does a deep sociological study into the nature of religious freedom in society in a general sense, and in a deeper sociological sense. The monograph looks into the many facets of religious freedom and what purpose it serves in society. | 400 pages Gascoigne, Carolyn
Dr. Carolyn Gascoigne catalogs the rich and diverse linguistic collection of the Edwin Mellen Press. This resource is a perfect for Linguistic scholars looking to review the published linguistic scholarship of The Edwin Mellen Press. | 100 pages Mei, Jennifer
Dr. Jennifer Mei and Dr. Xueqing Xu collect five short stories translated from Chinese into English written by Chinese women about their marriages. The five stories are An Agreement between Two Women
by Bi Shumin, When the Clouds Disperse
by Chi Li, Darling Potatoes
by Chi Zijian, White Broth
by Pan Xiangli, and Kitchen
by Xu Kun. | 316 pages Mei, Jennifer
Dr. Jennifer Mei and Dr. Xueqing Xu collect three short stories translated from Chinese into English written by Chinese women about their daily lives. The three stories are Nowhere to Say Goodbye
by Chen Ran, Final Act of a Woman Poet
by Jiang Zidan, and Pisces
by Xu Xiaobin. | 328 pages Birnbaum, Barry W.
This book focuses on the assessment process for students with disabilities. Different categories of exceptionality are included as well as a discussion on Differentiated Instruction and Universal Design for Learning. These techniques are applied to a wide range of students, between birth and twenty-one who have been diagnosed with a disability. This book is based in current research and is appropriate reading for teachers, parents and other professionals in the field. | 244 pages Tipper, Karen Sasha Anthony
Sir William Wilde’s intellectual achievements in many fields were forced into obscurity by the sensation generated by two trials, that of a trial for slander brought against Lady Jane Wilde in December 1864 by a young patient of her husband and the trial of Oscar Wilde in 1895. I have sought to avoid prejudice by presenting and examining his own writings for the contributions he made to research and progress in all his undertakings in science and medicine, particularly aural medicine. | 744 pages Ulloth, Dana
Dr. Dana Ulloth looks in the history of gun regulation in the United States from the founding of America to our modern age. He argues that the interpretation of second has moved from its earliest pro-regulation interpretation to an anti-regulation interpretation over that time period. | 104 pages