The first history of Seattle hip hop—and hip hop’s role in Seattle history

Emerald Street
A History of Hip Hop in Seattle
By Daudi Abe
Foreword by Sir Mix-A-Lot

Showcases the exceptionally diverse photographic work of Latinx artists

Latinx Photography in the United States
A Visual History
By Elizabeth Ferrer

Confronts the unintended consequences of a conservation success story

The Grizzly in the Driveway
The Return of Bears to a Crowded American West
By Robert Chaney

A powerful tale of trauma and endurance that transformed a nation's understanding of Korean comfort women

One Left
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By Kim Soom
Translated by Bruce and Ju-Chan Fulton
Foreword by Bonnie Oh

Essential passages from a classic Chinese history, organized topically, introduced, and annotated

The Zuo Tradition / Zuozhuan Reader
Selections from China’s Earliest Narrative History
Translated and introduced by Stephen Durrant, Wai-yee Li, and David Schaberg

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