Vol. 88 Nbr. 3, January - May 2014
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- A Durkheimian Quest: Solidarity and the sacred by William Watts Miller.
- A matter of simple justice: The untold story of Barbara Hackman Franklin and A few good women by Lee Stout.
- Canadian women & the struggle for equality by Lorna Marsden.
- Co-learners and Core: Education reform at Saint Joseph's College.
- Everywhere & Nowhere: Contemporary feminism in the United States by Jo Reger.
- Fateful Lightening, A new history of the Civil War and Reconstruction by Allen C. Guelzo.
- Frontier Naturalist: Jean Louis Berlandier and the exploration of Northern Mexico and Texas by Russell M Lawson.
- Global environmental governance reconsidered by Frank Biermann & Philipp Pattberg.
- Grounding social science in cognitive sciences by Ron Sun.
- Individuals with hearing loss in Arkansas and mental health service: Evaluating accessibility.
- Lincoln's political generals by David Work.
- Pi Gamma Mu 2014 triennial international convention.
- Putting universal human rights to Work: Policy actions in the struggle for social justice by Archibald Stuart.
- Queens of Academe: Beauty pageantry, student bodies, and college life by Karen W. Tice.
- Racial Imperatives: Discipline, performativity, and struggles against subjection by Nadine Ehlers.
- Red Pepper & Gorgeous George by James C. Clark and The Second Red Scare and the Unmaking of the New Deal left by Landon R.Y. Storrs.
- Sixty-five isn't what it used to be: Changes and trends in the perceptions of older adults.
- Speaking Soviet with an accent: Culture and power in Kyrgyzstan by Ali F. Igmen.
- The Italian / American experience: A Collection of Writings by Louis Gesauldi.
- The limited prospects Of deterrence by the International Criminal Court: Lessons from domestic experience.
- The ongoing burden of Southern History: Politics and identity in the Twenty-First century South by Angie Maxwell, Todd Shields, and Jeannie Whayne.
- The World until Yesterday: What can we learn from traditional societies? by Jared Diamond.
- The wrong war: The Soviets and the Korean war, 1945-1953.