The Non-Hierarchical Way from Yijing to Jeongyeok: A New Paradigm for East Meeting West examines the paradoxical structure of Yijing known as the Book of Changes-a structure that promotes in a non-hierarchical way the harmony and transformation of opposites.
Pauline Elizabeth Hopkins (1859-1930), African American novelist, editor, journalist, playwright, historian, and public intellectual, used fiction to explore and intervene in the social, racial, and political challenges of her era. Contributors include Dr. Karin L. Hooks, whose essay entitled "Pauline Elizabeth Hopkins: Nineteenth Century America's Cultural Stenographer" can be found on page 126 (within Part 2. Intertexts).
An anthology focused on the unique culture of Ohio's Appalachian population. A one-of-a-kind poetry collection, sponsored by the Academy of American Poets and Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Contributions include Kevin Hoskinson's poem, "Enlisted Man" on page 107.
Teaching the History of the Book is the first collection of its kind dedicated to book history pedagogy. Each chapter describes lessons, courses, and programs centered on the latest and best ways of teaching undergraduate and graduate students. Contributors include Dr. Jewon Woo, whose essay entitled "Toni Morrison's Lorain: Community-Based Learning About the History of the Black Book" can be found on page 310 (Chapter 3.13).