Reprint: Brothel: Mustang Ranch and Its Women (July, $14.95) by Alexa Albert.
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The Rebel Radio Diary (Apr., $11.95) by Rupert Mould details the essential character of Cuba's people, music and history.
IVAN R. DEE
Reprint: The Closed Circle: An Interpretation of the Arabs (Apr., $16.95) by David Pryce-Jones.
WM. B. EERDMANS
The Myth of the American Superhero (Mar., $22) by Robert Jewett and John Sheldon Lawrence explores the psychological and spiritual roots of the superhero myth and its effect on America's democratic vision.
GALLAUDET UNIV. PRESS
Gaillard in Deaf America: A Portrait of the Deaf Community, 1917 (May, $24.95) by Henri Gaillard, trans. by William Sayers, is the journal by a deaf French news editor who traveled the U.S., describing various deaf communities and institutions.
Pot Planet: Adventures in Global Marijuana Culture (May, $14) by Brian Preston follows the adventures of a Rolling Stone journalist who examines hemp culture throughout the world.
Reprints: The Myth of Monogamy (May, $13) by David Barash and Judith Lipton, M.D.; Nickel and Dimed (May, $13) by Barbara Ehrenreich; Why People Believe Weird Things (June, $16) by Michael Shermer.
Reprint: How Race Is Lived in America (May, $16) by New York Times correspondents.
Stoning the Keepers at the Gate: Society's Relationship with Law Enforcement (June, $20) by Lawrence N. Blum offers insight into the contemporary role of law enforcement.
We, the People: Of Earth and Elders Volume II (Mar., $29.95), edited by Serle L. Chapman, explores the lives and viewpoints of Native Americans across the U.S. and Canada.
Reprint: The Concise Book of Lying (Aug., $15) by Evelin Sullivan.
Prison Sex: Practice and Policy (May; $18.95, cloth $48), edited by Christopher Hensley, offers a study of consensual and nonconsensual prison sex and the effects of U.S. prison systems on society.
THUNDER'S MOUTH PRESS
Watching Sex (Mar., $17.95) by David Loftus features a sociological survey of how pornography affects men. Advertising.
UNIV. OF ALABAMA PRESS
La Harpe's Post: A Tale of French-Wichita Contact on the Eastern Plains (Aug., $29.95), edited by George H. Odell, examines a site in Oklahoma where it is likely that the first meeting between Plains Indians and Europeans took place.
UNIV. OF TEXAS PRESS
Sista, Speak!: Black Women Kinfolk Talk About Language and Literacy (June; $22.95, cloth $55) by Sonja L. Lanehart explores how the valorization of "proper" English has affected the language, literacy, educational achievements and self-image of five African-American women.
Spring 2002 Trade Paperbacks: Social Sciences