Outside the Bible
Edited by Louis H. Feldman, James L. Kugel, and Lawrence H. Schiffman
Praise from Jewish Review of Books:
“The fruit of an extraordinary collaboration… Outside the Bible will replace classic earlier anthologies as the premier compendium of primary texts for scholars and teachers of the period.”
Robert S. Kim
Recommendation from Reading Religion:
“This book is not about ‘religion,’ or ‘Christianity,’ or even about ‘missions,’ or a foreign community. Rather it is a study of the lives of important figures in a crucial period in modern Korean history who came from a Christian background… Given Kim’s detailed analysis of these figures, I would recommend this book to anyone wanting to know something about modern East Asian history and the relationship of religion and politics.”
Review from Journal of Anthropological Research:
“O’Daniel grounds her interpretations in political economic medical anthropology and black feminist theory… These women might be united by race, gender, economic class, and HIV status, but that in no way means one woman’s experiences can be substituted for another’s.”
American Journalists in the Great War
Praise from Military Review:
“… a fascinating collection of stories.”
The Woods Are on Fire
Praise from Numéro Cinq:
“At every turn in this book—made up of poems from six previous books along with fifty new poems—the poet Fleda Brown opens the door to her life and invites you in.”
It’s My Country Too
Edited by Jerri Bell and Tracy Crow
Review in Daily Mail:
“…revealed the extraordinary history of women in uniform and shows how they carried out vital roles as cooks, laundresses, spies, and went into combat undercover for centuries.”
Author interview with The Rumpus.
Author article in American Football International Review.
Author interview on Baseball By the Book.