Step into Chinese history through the accounts of those who lived it

Chinese Autobiographical Writing

An Anthology of Personal Accounts

Edited by Patricia Buckley Ebrey, Cong Ellen Zhang and Ping Yao

An excavation of the sociocultural, economic, and political history of everyday commodities

Material Contradictions in Mao’s China

Edited by Jennifer Altehenger and Denise Y. H0

Take a closer look into the secret worlds of the intertidal zone

Between the Tides in Washington and Oregon

Exploring Beaches and Tidepools

By Ryan P. Kelly, Terrie Klinger, and John J. Meyer

Documents the rich history of Black life in Alaska since the 1850s

Black Lives in Alaska

A History of African Americans in the Far Northwest

Ian C. Hartman, and David Reamer

Synthesizes multiple perspectives on Asian forests from early history to the near present

The Cultivated Forest

People and Woodlands in Asian History

By Ian M. Miller, Bradley Camp Davis, Brian Lander, and John S. Lee, eds.

Celebrates Indigenous renewal through ceremony, understanding the impact of the past and the possibilities for the future

The Art of Ceremony

Voices of Renewal from Indigenous Oregon

By Rebecca Dobkins

The creation of Seattle and the displacement of those who built it

Seattle from the Margins
Exclusion, Erasure, and the Making of a Pacific Coast City

By Megan Asaka

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    In celebration of Black History Month, we invite you to check out recent books as well as select titles from our backlist in Pacific Northwest, African American, and Black Diaspora historical studies that speak to the profound legacy of Black Americans and this year’s theme of Black resistance. Black Lives in Alaska: A History of […]
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