Books by Myriam Miedzian

Released: Sept. 1, 1997

"Some interesting raw material here, but both the drama of the individual lives and the analysis that would lend them weight are missing. (First printing of 40,000; author tour)"
Unadorned recollections of women's lives, spanning all the generations born in this century. Read full book review >
Released: June 1, 1991

"Sure to be controversial, this is a major contribution to contemporary thought."
Here, Miedzian (scholar-in-residence at the Center for American Cultural Studies at Columbia Univ.) presents an exhaustively researched analysis of the inflammatory effects of contemporary American culture on what, she argues, is man's innate predisposition toward violence. Read full book review >