Cultural History

A Hard Rain: America in the 1960s, Our Decade of Hope, Possibility, and Innocence Lost Frye Gaillard

A HARD RAIN: AMERICA IN THE 1960S, OUR DECADE OF HOPE, POSSIBILITY, AND INNOCENCE LOST is renowned historian Frye Gaillard's account of...

Paper: Paging Through History Mark Kurlansky

PAPER: PAGING THROUGH HISTORY adds to the discussion of the future of our planet. After digesting these brilliant words about paper's origins and production, as well as its influence, are we headed for a paperless society. This learned author thinks not.  

 

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Visions of the Black Belt Robin McDonald

VISIONS OF THE BLACK BELT: A CULTURAL SURVEY OF THE HEART OF ALABAMA is a breathtaking collection of nearly four hundred beautiful photographs of the Black Belt region of Alabama. Touching on a multitude of aspects to the culturally rich area, including the farms built on the rich soil that gives the area its name to...

Let Her Fly: A Father's Journey Ziandolin Yousfzai

LET HER FLY: A FATHER'S JOURNEY tells the story of Ziauddin Yousafzai, father of youngest-ever Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai, from his childhood growing up poverty-stricken in rural Pakistan to his own activism for feminism and right to education for all. He shares what he and his wife taught their daughter growing up, as well...