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Why Argument Matters

Lee Siegel

Hailed by the New York Times as a book that “examines the role that argument has played throughout history and how it has shaped human existence.”“An invigorating reflection on the nature and value of...

February 21, 2023, Paper, $20.00

Confronting Climate Gridlock

How Diplomacy, Technology, and Policy Can Unlock a Clean Energy Future

Daniel S. Cohan; Foreword by Michael E. Webber

An atmospheric scientist explains why global climate change mitigation and energy decarbonization demand American diplomacy, technology, and policy  “Daniel Cohan makes a compelling case that the problem of...

February 28, 2023, Paper, $22.00

The World Before Us

The New Science Behind Our Human Origins

Tom Higham

A fascinating investigation of the origin of humans, based on incredible new discoveries and advanced scientific technology "Conveys the thrill of archaeological discovery.”—Alexander Larman, The Observer

February 28, 2023, Paper, $24.00


The American History of an Idea

Lillian Faderman

A comprehensive history of the struggle to define womanhood in America, from the seventeenth to the twenty-first century  “Exhaustively researched and finely written.”—Alexandra Jacobs, New York Times...

March 7, 2023, Paper, $25.00

The Week

A History of the Unnatural Rhythms That Made Us Who We Are

David M. Henkin

An investigation into the evolution of the seven-day week and how our attachment to its rhythms influences how we live  “[Henkin] scours American literature, diaries, periodicals, menus and other ephemera from as...

April 18, 2023, Paper, $22.00

The Last Days of Mankind

The Complete Text

Karl Kraus; Translated by Fred Bridgham and Edward Timms

Kraus’s iconic WWI drama, a satirical indictment of the glory of war, now in English in its entirety for the first time"[A] superb translation."—Bill Marx, Arts Fuse One hundred...

February 7, 2023, Paper, $32.00

Abstract Bodies

Sixties Sculpture in the Expanded Field of Gender

An innovative analysis of 1960s abstract sculpture that draws on transgender studies and queer theory Now back in print, Abstract Bodies was the first book to bridge the interdisciplinary field of...

April 18, 2023, PB-with Flaps, $45.00
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Chryssa & New York

Edited by Megan Holly Witko, Sophia Larigakis, and Michelle White

The first major publication in more than thirty years on contemporary artist Chryssa, an innovator of light artChryssa & New York offers a timely reassessment of Greek-born artist Chryssa (Chryssa...

April 11, 2023, Hardcover, $50.00

Reflection on Color

Carlos Cruz-Diez

The seminal writing of Carlos Cruz-Diez, best known for his experiential works exploring color and its properties Trained as a painter, Carlos Cruz-Diez (1923–2019) developed a conceptual platform for his work based...

May 30, 2023, PB-with Flaps, $35.00

Futurism and Europe

The Aesthetics of a New World

Edited by Fabio Benzi and Renske Cohen Tervaert; With contributions by Niccolò D’Agati, Silvia Barisione, Manuel Barrese, Fabio Benzi, Günter Berghaus, Paolo Bolpagni, Marta Braun, Alberto Cibin, Monica Cioli, Sjoerd van Faassen, Matteo Fochessati, Gianni Franzone, Lotte Johnson, Verena Krieger, Eugenia Paulicelli, Christine Poggi, Maria Ida Talamona, Francesco Tedeschi and Maria Elena Versari

A new, expansive study on Futurism which explores for the first time its relationships with other European avant-gardes during 1912 to 1939 Futurism was originally an Italian movement established in 1909 that...

June 27, 2023, Hardcover, $65.00