"Pre-Modernism by J. M. Mancini is . . . a beautiful, thoughtfully designed book. . . . It is written by a historian venturing into one of the most hotly contested areas of art history--the origins of modernism. She does so with considerable verve and the result is a fascinating exploration of the American art world in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries."--Ludmilla Jordanova, The Historical Journal

Maison Française, New York University
The Art of Things
Spirit Stones
If This Is not Nice, What Is? by Kurt Vonnegut
Joel Perlman
Jim, Who Ran Away From His Nurse & Was Eaten by a Lion
Sweets Directory
Yiddishkeit: Jewish Vernacular and the New Land
Scenarios for the Drug Problem in the Americas