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Ali IgmenSpeaking Soviet with an AccentThe first English-language study of Soviet culture clubs in Kyrgyzstan. These clubs profoundly influenced the future of Kyrgyz cultural identity and fostered the work of many artists. Ali Igmen also chronicles the remarkable agency of the Kyrgyz people, who employed available resources to meld their own heritage with Soviet and Russian ideologies and form artistic expressions that continue to influence Kyrgyzstan today.

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Robert IlisevichGalusha A. GrowA compelling political biography of Galusha A. Grow, an often-overlooked, yet influential radical American politician of the nineteenth century, who became Speaker of the House in 1861.

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Dorothée ImbertBetween Garden and CityThe first biography and study of the work of Belgian landscape architect Jean Canneel-Claes, a significant but somewhat overlooked figure in the history of European modernism. In tracing his contributions, Imbert restores Canneel as a major figure in the development of landscape architecture into a modern discipline.
Patricia IngrahamPromise and Paradox of Civil Service ReformFourteen essays examine, through a public policy focus, the 1978 civil service reform and its aftermath.

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Grigory IoffeEnd of Peasantry?Examines the dramatic recent decline of agriculture in post-Soviet Russia and the historic, technological, and geographic contributing factors. Views current agricultural reform programs that will profoundly impact the political and economic stability of Russia.

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Patrick IrelandBecoming EuropePatrick Ireland argues that it is incorrect to expect unavoidable conflict between Muslim immmigrants and European host socieites. His insighful work shows that institutions matter more than culture in determining the shape and style of ethnic relations.

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Rowan IrelandKingdoms ComeExamines the three main popular religions in Brazil-folk Catholicism, Protestant Pentecostalism, and Afro-Brazilian spiritism—to trace the contrasting patterns of acceptance or rejection of political paradigms within these three groups.

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Katherine IsbesterStill FightingThe story of the women’s movement in Nicaragua is a fascinating tale of resistance, strategy, and faith. Still Fighting combines social theory with field research, leading a new wave of scholarship on women in Latin America.

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Jerry IsraelProgressivism and the Open DoorThis book examines the formation of U.S. policy toward China during the Progressive Era as the byproduct of two very different domestic policy approaches.

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