Yale University Press's Annals of Communism series, begun in 1995, is among the most ambitious and influential scholarly undertakings to address the historical role of Communism and the Soviet
Nobody asked me to spend my weekend watching movies about alien invasions--so for all I know, I might have been acting on promptings from an otherworldly force.
Whatever else the investigations of the President have
uncovered, they have yielded thousands of sources--transcripts, letters,
memos, audio- and videotapes--which Americans have devoured wi
"They've come to steal my dreams," whimpers a female voice.
In the early eighties,
I, Rigoberta Menchú
became an international bestseller.
Has no one informed Dr. Akagi that he's living in a complex and serious drama about the morale of Japanese citizens toward the end of World War II?
The recent arrest in Israel of eight apocalyptic cult members, who reportedly planned to take their own lives at the millennium or provoke authorities into killing them, revealed that yet an
For 300 years, Christopher Wren's Sheldonian Theater has been the center of ceremonial life at Oxford.
To begin the new year with something old: Milestone Film and Video has
just re-released two films of antiquarian interest, directed
(appropriately enough) by British film historian Kevin Brownl
A characteristically handsome painting by Joan Mitchell is on view at
the Museum of Modern Art in the exhibition American Art: