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Nonconformers: A New History of Self-Taught Artists

This useful volume is an important entry point to a more inclusive and accessible art world.

We Need To Talk About Inflation: 14 Urgent Lessons from the Last 2,000 Years

Ideal for business and social and behavioral science collections.

By the Rivers of Babylon

Winner of the Camões Prize, psychiatrist Antunes is a leading international author, and this work has undeniable literary merit. Still, the text is not an easy read; it will appeal mostly to a selective audience that does not shirk from experimental nonlinear narration or absence of plot.

Into the World’s Great Heart: Selected Letters of Edna St. Vincent Millay

Both literary scholars and general readers will appreciate these insightful glimpses into the complex woman behind the poems.

Spatial Orders, Social Forms: Art and the City in Modern Brazil

Architectural history scholars and advanced students of Latin America will benefit from this work, but the exhibition catalogues Condemned To Be Modern and Access for All: São Paulo’s Architectural Infrastructures will serve most readers better.

Why Dance Matters

A thoughtful and engaging look at dance and its place in the human experience that will likely appeal to readers with an interest in dance, culture, and forms of human expression.

Matisse in the 1930s

Recommended for those who love Matisse or are interested in the work of one of the major artists of the 20th century.

Oscar Hammerstein II and the Invention of the Musical

Winer’s exploration of Hammerstein’s journey is timely, respectful, and deserving of inclusion in strong performing arts collections.

The Story of Architecture

An engaging and readable account of the history of the western architectural canon.

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