Book 1

Home Is the Hunter

Home Is the Hunter

UBC Press. 2009

Since 1970 in Quebec, there has been immense change for the Cree, who now live with the consequences of Quebec's massive development of the North. Home Is the Hunter presents the historical, environmental, and cultural context from which this recent story grows. Hans Carlson shows how the Cree view their lands as their home, their garden, and their memory of themselves as a people. By investigating the Cree's three hundred years of contact with outsiders, he illuminates the process of...

Home is the Hunter

Home is the Hunter

Simon and Schuster. 1990

A mysterious and powerful alien being banishes Sulu to feudal Japan, Scotty to nineteenth-century Scotland on the eve of revolt, and Chekov to Russia during World War II

Home Is Burning

Home Is Burning

Flatiron Books. 2015

An Entertainment Weekly Best Book of the Year, 2015 For the Marshalls, laughter is the best medicine. Especially when combined with alcohol, pain pills, excessive cursing, sexual escapades, actual medicine, and more alcohol. Meet Dan Marshall. 25, good job, great girlfriend, and living the dream life in sunny Los Angeles without a care in the world. Until his mother calls. And he ignores it, as you usually do when Mom calls. Then she calls again. And again. Dan thought things were going...

Home Is Somewhere Else

Home Is Somewhere Else

SUNY Press. 2012

An Austrian father and daughter alternate chapters to recount how in 1938 they found themselves with German passports stamped with the red J for Jewish, escaped from Vienna and made their way to London where they lived out the war as enemy aliens, and emigrated to the US in 1971. Their story is typical of many eastern Europeans of the period. No index or bibliography. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR.

Home Is Where the Hurt Is

Home Is Where the Hurt Is

McFarland. 2019

Despite years of propaganda attempting to convince us otherwise, popular media is beginning to catch on to the idea that the home is one of the most dangerous and difficult places for a woman to be. This book examines emergent trends in popular media, which increasingly takes on the realities of domestic violence, toxic home lives and the impossibility of "having it all." While many narratives still fall back on outmoded and limiting narratives about gender--the pursuit of romance, children,...