Spring 1987

Food and Evolution

Toward a Theory of Human Food Habits

edited by Marvin Harris and Eric B. Ross

An unprecedented interdisciplinary effort suggests that there is a systematic theory behind why humans eat what they eat

640 pages


Liberation Theology

Essential Facts about the Revolutionary Religious Movement in Latin America and Beyond

Phillip Berryman

How does the church function in Latin America on an everyday, practical, and political level?

240 pages | 5 x 8


Policy and Politics in West Germany

The Growth of a Semisovereign State

Peter J. Katzenstein

Examines in detail how West German policy and politics interrelate

464 pages | 6 x 9


Wash and Be Healed

The Water-Cure Movement and Women's Health

Susan E. Cayleff

An exploration of the relationship between hydrotherapy and the women who took the cure

257 pages


Women of the New Right

Rebecca E. Klatch

264 pages


The Women's Movements of the United States and Western Europe

Consciousness, Political Opportunity, and Public Policy

Edited by Carol McClurg Mueller, and Mary Fainsod Katzenstein

Fills a gap in feminist scholarship by focusing on women’s movements and the different opportunities their political environments provide

366 pages | 6 x 9