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Living Wisdom from Coast Salish Elders

By Children Of The Setting Sun Productions

How oysters shaped the environment, cultures, and economies of the Northwest

Heaven on the Half Shell

The Story of the Oyster in the Pacific Northwest

By David George Gordon, Samantha Larson and MaryAnn Barron Wagner

An extraordinary look into doubt, denial, and distrust

Inside the World of Climate Change Skeptics

By  Kristin Haltinner and Dilshani Sarathchandra

The most comprehensive collection of modern Chinese poetry in English translation available today

Century of Modern Chinese Poetry

An Anthonlogy

By Michelle Yeh, Zhangbin Li and Frank Stewart

A visual and social exploration of early modern Beijing's cultural milieu

The Ghost in the City

Luo Ping and the Craft of Painting in Eighteenth-Century China

By Michele Matteini

Sheds light on the art and artists that gave material form to Mughal imperial vision

Artists and Agency at the Mughal Court

By Yael Rice

On the production of migrant labor and suffering through asylum enforcement

Surviving the Sanctuary City

Asylum-Seeking Work in Nepali New York

By Tina Shrestha

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