Sophocles' Electra is a riveting play with a long and varied reception. Its nuanced treatment of matricidal revenge with all the questions it raises and its superb poetry have all contributed to making this one of Sophocles' most admired plays.
From one of the worlds leading voices on white privilege and anti-racism work comes this collection of essays on complexities of privilege and power. Each of the four sections illustrates Peggy McIntoshs practice of combining personal and systemic understandings to focus on power in unusual ways.
How to Read a Diary is an expansive and accessible guidebook that introduces readers to the past, present, and future of diary writing. Grounded in examples from around the globe and from across history, this book explores the provocative questions diaries pose to readers: Are they private?