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Amsterdam: OPA, 1997. Paperback. 176p., wraps. First issue of the multicultural magazine, with primarily African American contributors (Appiah, Farah Griffin, Jeffrey Allen), with gay. Chicano, Asian American contributors, and Orhan Pamuk. Former owner's given name written atop contents page, else very good.
Berkeley: printed by Herff Jones [a Utah printery] for the university, 1999. 261p. plus appended b&w atmospheric photos; largely sports coverage with only Senior class shown in individual mugshots, very bland presentation with no autographs or ownership signature. Casing has a tiny nick at the tail, an else unhandled undamaged.....
Sacramento: California Department of Health Services, 1993. 24p., 8.5x11 inches, the summary followed by lengthy appendixes, very good report in stapled blue covers, cloth tape spine. Report of a task force convened in 1992 to seek ways to extend state health services into ethnic communities that had been underserved.
Panamá: CELA, 1996. Paperback. 351p., 6x8 inch wraps; slightly shelfworn wraps, minor soil on text block edges and minor foxing on top-edge of text block, spine lightly sun-faded and creased, else in good condition. From the library of Immanuel Wallerstein, inscribed to him by the author.
Lewiston, NY: The Edward Mellen Press, 1990. Hardcover. iv, 370p., illustrated with graphs, figures and tables, very good first edition in original brown buckram cloth and gilt. Mellen Studies in Sociology Series, volume 3. The articles herein focus on Asian Americans and Hispanics in relation to Whites.
Berkeley: Frog, 2003. Paperback. 111p., foreword by Phoebe Gloeckner, prologue, introduction, epilogue, reading questions, recommended reading, b&w comic-strip illustrations throughout, very good first edition in original pictorial wraps. Edu-comix set in Fremont California as students react to 9/11.
Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1990. Hardcover. xiv, 280p., illus., very good condition in like dj. Midwestern history and culture. "Cohen demonstrates that... the Gary schools operated within the framework of corporate capitalism. Despite their early experimental nature, the Gary schools exemplified the rise of a system of mass education in.....
Lahore: Sang-E-Meel Publications, 1993. 208p., color plates section, first Englished edition boards in glossy dj; casing is mildly shelfworn, jacket a bit worn round the edges, a very good copy. Occasional articles previously published in periodicals. Dani's very capable academic English is, refreshingly, not absolutely precise. Note that the brief.....