AAUP's Books for Understanding Program

Empire, Architecture, 
					and the City cover

Modernism and the
					Middle East cover

Mine Okubo 
					cover

Black Womanhood
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DDT, Silent Spring, 
					and the Rise of Environmentalism cover

The Wicked Wine of 
					Democracy cover

The University of Washington Press is a proud participant in the American Association of University Press's Books for Understanding. A free, easy-to-use resource to help scholars and general readers find books on current events, Books for Understanding is constantly being updated with new material. New bibliographies are compiled when a major news story breaks or public debate heats up.

This program highlights one of the greatest values of a university press: to publish top research and scholarship in all fields regardless of immediate commercial potential.

Recently added University of Washington Press titles include:

Islamic Thought & Culture: Islamic & Arabic Arts, Literature, and Languages

Empire, Architecture, and the City: French-Ottoman Encounters, 1830-1914

by Zeynep Celik

Modernism and the Middle East: Architecture and Politics in the Twentieth Century

edited by Sandy Isenstadt and Kishwar Rizvi

Race Relations in Art and Culture: Visual Arts

Mine Okubo: Following Her Own Road

edited by Greg Robinson and Elena Tajima Creef

Paul Horiuchi: East and West

by Barbara Johns

Experiences of Passage: The Paintings of Yun Gee and Li-lan

by Joyce Brodsky

Black Womanhood: Images, Icons, and Ideologies of the African Body

edited by Barbara Thompson

Interventions: Native American Art for Far-flung Territories

by Judith Ostrowitz

Joe Feddersen: Vital Signs

by Rebecca J. Dobkins, Barbara Earl Thomas, and Gail Tremblay

Global Climate Change, Policies & Politics: Issues in the United States

DDT, Silent Spring, and the Rise of Environmentalism

edited by Thomas R. Dunlap

Parties, Politics, and Elections in U.S. States

The Wicked Wine of Democracy: A Memoir

by Joseph S. Miller

For more information, please see AAUP's Books for Understanding Program.