UPNE

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UPNEUniversity Press of New England
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Meanwhile, back in Ashkenaz The city focused on by Nils Roemer in German City, Jewish Memory: The Story of Worms (UPNE, December) was one of many where Hebrew flourished in the Middle Ages, at least in the work of its local celebrity.
Waters (Ed.), Beyond the Area Studies Wars: Toward a New International Studies, Hanover, UPNE, 2000, p.
He is also the author of Lives in Between: The Experience of Marginality in a Century of Emancipation (Cambridge, 1990; reprinted Hill & Wang, 1999) and The Creoles of Sierra Leone: Responses to Colonialism (Wisconsin 1974), and is co-editor with Mieke Bal and Jonathan Crewe of Acts of Memory: Cultural Recall in the Present (UPNE, 1999).
UPNE has published The Secret Reader: 501 Sonnets (1996), Funny Ways of Staying Alive (1993), and Laughing Lost in the Mountains: Poems of Wang Wei (1991) with Tony Barnstone.