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The eight essays collected in this volume make the case that Hitchcock’s spy films of the 1950s and 1960s are among his most important achievements because they contain his most salient political views as well as revealing fully the complexity of his moral compass. The Cold War as the historical setting for the second The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956), North by Northwest (1959), Torn Curtain (1966), and Topaz (1969) inspired Hitchcock and his screenwriters to create narratives marked by distinct moral ambiguity that, while present as a subtext in the spy films of the 1930s and 1940s, now became the thematic core of the later works.

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This unique volume is based on presentations from the Virginia Woolf Across Cultures symposium held at Russian State University for the Humanities (Moscow) and Leo Tolstoy Estate Museum Yasnya Polyana (Tula Region) on June 27-29, 2003. Thirty scholars from Britain, Canada, Japan, Korea, the Netherlands, Portugal, Russia, and the United States explore Woolf’s work from a wide variety of cross-cultural and language contexts, with a particular emphasis on translation.

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This book is a valuable addition to scholarship on Bloomsbury, the history of women in Britain, and the work of Leonard and Virginia Woolf. It portrays an era and illuminates the work of a number of famous writers by examining less well-known lives and works that were part of the adaptive complex, or milieu.

$ 35.00
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The United States Society for Ecological Economics (USSEE) hosts biennial meetings to provide a national and international forum that focuses on the latest issues and shares the latest developments in Ecological Economics.

The Fourth Biennial Conference of the USSEE, “Creating Sustainability Within Our Midst: Challenges for the 21st Century,” took place in June 2007 in downtown New York City on the campus of Pace University. Partnering with the Pace Institute for Environmental & Regional Studies as a co-sponsor, the conference offered a variety of themes and special symposia featuring collective interests as well as regional issues and amenities.

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A transcription of the three holograph notebooks in the British Library, the volume includes an introduction and appendixes that transcribe additional relevant material from the Berg collection.

“Helen M. Wussow’s scrupulous transcription of the manuscript versions of Mrs. Dalloway will unquestionably enhance our understanding of this modernist novel. Wussow brings out temporal and spatial dimensions not just of the finished novel that The Hours became but also of Virginia Woolf’s creative processes. The transcription shows just how illuminating modern manuscripts can be.”

S.P. Rosenbaum, Editor
Virginia Woolf’s Women and Fiction: The Manuscript Versions of A Room of One’s Own

 

$ 55.00
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A timely contribution to one of the most contentious areas in Woolf studies, Virginia Woolf and Trauma extends existing scholarship on both Woolf and narratives of trauma in provocative and challenging ways.

$ 30.00
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Aftershock: Rethinking the Future Since September 11, 2001 is the record of a three-day conference held in Lower Manhattan, September 6 – 8, 2006 at Pace University. Bringing together stellar speakers and informed panelists representing a wide range of constituencies, from first responders to families of those who died at the World Trade Center, the conference explored the economic, cultural, environmental, educational, and political consequences of the attacks.

$ 30.00
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The essays in this volume explore a number of new topics in the religious, economic, social, and cultural history of Staten Island. They seek to expand upon and enrich the traditional story of the Island’s past by opening up new avenues of historical inquiry and raising key questions about the identity of Staten Island and its complex and contested relationship with Greater Focusing on the last two centuries of Staten Island’s history, the essays examine how major institutions, individuals, and industries have shaped, for better or worse, the public image of Staten Island.

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In a world that has changed since the horrifying and tragic events of September 11, 2001, there is a sharply felt need for understanding and taming the dark forces of prejudice, ethnic hatred, and violence. Bringing together a team of international experts, this volume offers a searching consideration of such issues from a multidisciplinary perspective. It addresses the psychosocial aftermath of terrorism, the impact of war upon children, the effect of terror on the capacity of symbolization, the dilemmas of identity in traumatized populations, the destabilization of attachment processes in extreme conditions, and the transmission of unthinkable burdens to the next generation. Poignant, experience-near, and thoughtful, the various contributions of this book constitute a harmonious gestalt of concern, reparative drive, and wisdom.

$ 30.00
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For 35 years John Cronin has been at the heart of saving the Hudson River ecosystem, a role model for environmental efforts around the nation. But he has not been alone. In this new collection of essays, a range of writers — among them scientists, activists, scholars, and clergymen — describe Cronin’s life and work, offering a unique glimpse into his extraordinary contribution to protecting our water resources.

A River’s Pleasure, an intimate and thought-provoking book, offers readers an episodic narrative of a pioneering and influential part of the modern environmental movement, including a look forward into its future.

$ 25.00
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Is constructivist psychology still relevant? Was it ever? Is it merely an obtuse cluster of theories bogged down in obscure epistemological debates of little to no relevance for most people? Why is it that constructivism is so often referenced in the clinical literature, yet organizationally it counts only a small number of people among its identifiable adherents and struggles to sustain itself as a coherent movement within the field? This volume takes up these issues by having prominent constructivist theorists put aside the usual topics of their scholarship and instead directly grapple with the very questions posed above. Borrowing the language of radical constructivism, the resulting contributions are intended to “perturb” the status quo and get constructivists and non-constructivists alike thinking about constructivism’s past, future, strengths, weaknesses, and overall utility.

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This volume highlights constructivism’s multiplicity through fourteen stimulating and, at times, controversial scholarly contributions intended to sharpen the implications of constructivism for social critique and psychological practice.

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Constructivist psychotherapy remains somewhat unfamiliar to many clinicians, despite offering a variety of innovative and practical therapeutic approaches and techniques. In this volume, constructivist psychology is presented as it relates to everyday practice. The chapters provide many examples of what constructivist psychotherapy looks like in the real world, showing how one can make the transition from constructivist theory to constructivist practice with ease. Constructivist therapy often gets labeled as too theoretical and lacking in clinical specificity. Yet here is a volume with chapters that succinctly and cogently explicate basic theoretical concepts and then demonstrate them with vivid case examples taken from applied experience in the field.

$ 40.00
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Constructivist psychology focuses on how people create meaningful ways of understanding themselves and the world, which they in turn use to navigate everyday life. However, a persistent point of contention has been whether our constructions primarily originate from individuals or the social context. Those coming from an individual or personal perspective have argued that each of us subjectively constructs a private, idiographic understanding of the world. By contrast, those from a social or relational perspective contend that the ways we understand our world and ourselves are primarily communal products constituted via the dynamic interplay of culture, language, and ongoing relationships. This book marks an attempt to “bridge the gap” between personal and social perspectives within constructivism. The chapters within stress the emerging integration of personal and social aspects of therapy, research, and theory development. As a result, this volume continues an already vibrant scholarly dialogue about personal and social perspectives within constructivist psychology. The chapters stand on their own as unique contributions, while also expounding on important personal/social themes.

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This volume marks an effort by prominent constructivist scholars both to overview varieties of constructivism and to examine the implications of constructivism for psychological research, theory, and practice. Among the constructivist approaches compared, contrasted, and integrated throughout the book’s fifteen chapters are personal construct psychology, radical constructivism, and social constructionism. Specific topics include sexual abuse, abnormal behavior, psychotherapy, human science research, and applied psychology. The contributions contained herein highlight current thinking and new directions on the burgeoning constructivist landscape.

$ 40.00
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In a sense, the multifaceted contributions in this compendium deconstruct and reconstruct the very concept of personal construct psychology, tracing its personal origins in the life and work of George Kelly, examining its implications for the construction of a social self and its shadow side, alienation, and exploring its affordances for a striking range of clinical and theoretical issues. Anyone who wonders whether this wellspring of constructivist psychology continues to feed into vital contemporary discourse will be reassured by the strength, vitality and novelty of the contributions to these pages, and the clarity with which Kelly’s voice is echoed and extended in the voices of subsequent generations of scholars.

-Robert A. Neimeyer, Ph.D.
University of Memphis and author,
Constructivist Psychotherapy

$ 40.00
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Based on presentations given at the New York Southeast Asia Network conference held at Pace University in April 2021, Empire Competition examines Southeast Asia and its continuously shifting power dynamics with other countries and with China in particular. Pace faculty Dr. Amy Freedman and Dr. Joseph Tse Hei-Lee are the editors of this peer-reviewed journal.

$ 40.00
Aftershock Cover

Aftershock: Rethinking the Future Since September 11, 2001 is the record of a three-day conference held in Lower Manhattan, September 6 – 8, 2006 at Pace University. Bringing together stellar speakers and informed panelists representing a wide range of constituencies, from first responders to families of those who died at the World Trade Center, the conference explored the economic, cultural, environmental, educational, and political consequences of the attacks.

$ 30.00
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The annual conference on Virginia Woolf, begun at Pace University in 1991, affords scholars and common readers an opportunity to focus on Woolf and her multiple affiliations. For ten years, an edited volume of papers was published by Pace University Press. The volumes map the landscape of critical and readerly attention to this important modernist, feminist, and pacifist writer. Each volume includes a broad selection of panel presentations and featured speakers, a complete conference program, and an introduction by the editors. Selected Papers 10 includes a name and subject index for all ten volumes.

$ 40.00
Woolf Conference Cover Centuries 1999

The annual conference on Virginia Woolf, begun at Pace University in 1991, affords scholars and common readers an opportunity to focus on Woolf and her multiple affiliations. For ten years, an edited volume of papers was published by Pace University Press. The volumes map the landscape of critical and readerly attention to this important modernist, feminist, and pacifist writer. Each volume includes a broad selection of panel presentations and featured speakers, a complete conference program, and an introduction by the editors. Selected Papers 10 includes a name and subject index for all ten volumes.

$ 40.00
Woolf Conference Cover 1998

The annual conference on Virginia Woolf, begun at Pace University in 1991, affords scholars and common readers an opportunity to focus on Woolf and her multiple affiliations. For ten years, an edited volume of papers was published by Pace University Press. The volumes map the landscape of critical and readerly attention to this important modernist, feminist, and pacifist writer. Each volume includes a broad selection of panel presentations and featured speakers, a complete conference program, and an introduction by the editors. Selected Papers 10 includes a name and subject index for all ten volumes.

$ 40.00
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Transactions Vol. 23 features original research and creative work completed by Pace students under the guidance of Dyson faculty in philosophy, English language and literature, film studies, communication studies, science, psychology, and political science.

$ 30.00
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This glossary provides an overview of the terms publishing professionals use in every department, from editorial to sales. In some cases, the language is similar in books and magazines, digital media, or comics, but may have a different meaning. This guide includes those differences. The words used in publishing and media are a distinct and essential part of our ability to communicate with each other. Language is not static and the language in publishing has grown, changed, and continues to evolve in our digital world. The industry has progressed digitally and some of the language that has developed along with that growth is included here. You will find words new and old, common usage, and more esoteric terms reflecting new digital realities.

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