A History of Tourism in Africa
Exoticization, Exploitation, and Enrichment
This book—ideal for African and world history classes, as well as for potential travelers to the continent—takes readers on a journey through the dynamics of Africa’s tourist history from the nineteenth century to the present to illuminate and challenge deeply ingrained (mis)perceptions about the continent and its peoples.
Exiting the Fragility Trap
Rethinking Our Approach to the World’s Most Fragile States
Carment and Samy investigate the dynamics of state transitions in fragile contexts, with a focus on states trapped in fragility. They consider fragility’s evolution in trapped countries; in those that move in and out of it; and in those that have exited it, thus taking a major step toward a new theory of the so-called fragility trap.
Set in rural Kentucky and told from the perspective of seventeen-year-old Marie Massey, this gut-wrenching novel about addiction and family ties offers an unflinching look at the opioid crisis and its devastating effects on a generation of young Americans.
Temple of Peace
International Cooperation and Stability since 1945
The often-violent realities of international relations in the post–World War II era have challenged Winston Churchill’s characterization of the United Nations as a “temple of peace.” In this volume, nine experts examine the modern history of international relations in order to shed light on their prospective futures.
An Illustrated Novel
The third and final novel in Robert Gipe’s renowned Canard County series, Pop follows three generations of a family as they reckon with the changing landscape of Appalachia during the Trump era.