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Bill Clifton

America's Bluegrass Ambassador to the World

Bill C. Malone

Goodbye iSlave

A Manifesto for Digital Abolition

Jack Linchuan Qiu

Reverend Addie Wyatt

Faith and the Fight for Labor, Gender, and Racial Equality

Marcia Walker-McWilliams

Slavery at Sea

Terror, Sex, and Sickness in the Middle Passage

Sowande' M. Mustakeem

Gendered Asylum

Race and Violence in U.S. Law and Politics

Sara L. McKinnon


Histories of Race and Sex in North America

Edited by Jennifer Brier, Jim Downs, and Jennifer L. Morgan

Dissident Friendships

Feminism, Imperialism, and Transnational Solidarity

Edited by Elora Halim Chowdhury and Liz Philipose

Claiming Neighborhood

New Ways of Understanding Urban Change

John J. Betancur and Janet L. Smith

Baring Witness

36 Mormon Women Talk Candidly about Love, Sex, and Marriage

Edited by Holly Welker

Sex Testing

Gender Policing in Women's Sports

Lindsay Parks Pieper

Remaking the Urban Social Contract

Health, Energy, and the Environment

Edited by Michael A. Pagano

A Latin American Music Reader

Views from the South

Edited by Javier F. León and Helena Simonett

Media in New Turkey

The Origins of an Authoritarian Neoliberal State

Bilge Yesil

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Four Quotes: from Spacializing Blackness, by Rashad Shabazz A geographic study of race and gender, Spatializing Blackness casts light upon the ubiquitous—and ordinary—ways carceral power functions in places where African Americans live. Moving from the kitchenette to the prison cell, and mining forgotten facts from sources as diverse … Continue reading

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