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Subject to Reality

Women and Documentary Film

Shilyh Warren

Dancing Revolution

Bodies, Space, and Sound in American Cultural History

Christopher J. Smith

Butterflies of Illinois

A Field Guide

Michael R. Jeffords, Susan L. Post, and James R. Wiker

A Hero on Mount St. Helens

The Life and Legacy of David A. Johnston

Melanie Holmes

The World in a City

Multiethnic Radicalism in Early Twentieth-Century Los Angeles

David M. Struthers

Clear It with Sid!

Sidney R. Yates and Fifty Years of Presidents, Pragmatism, and Public Service

Michael C. Dorf and George Van Dusen

Crime and Punishment in the Jim Crow South

Edited by Amy Louise Wood and Natalie J. Ring

Cultural Sustainabilities

Music, Media, Language, Advocacy

Edited by Timothy J. Cooley

Building Womanist Coalitions

Writing and Teaching in the Spirit of Love

Edited by Gary L. Lemons

Ilegal

Reflexiones de un inmigrante indocumentado

José Ángel N.

Building the Black Arts Movement

Hoyt Fuller and the Cultural Politics of the 1960s

Jonathan Fenderson

Radicals in the Heartland

The 1960s Student Protest Movement at the University of Illinois

Michael V. Metz

To Turn the Whole World Over

Black Women and Internationalism

Edited by Keisha N. Blain and Tiffany M. Gill

Homeland Maternity

US Security Culture and the New Reproductive Regime

Natalie Fixmer-Oraiz

All Our Trials

Prisons, Policing, and the Feminist Fight to End Violence

Emily L. Thuma

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Linda A. Morris on “What is Personal about Personal Recollections of Joan of Arc?”

Linda A. Morris is a Professor of Emeritus at UC Davis. Her current research is on gender play in the works of Mark Twain. Her earlier published work focused primarily on women’s humor in nineteenth-century America. Her teaching and research … Continue reading

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Rediscovering the Black Arts Movement, Jonathan Fenderson on Hoyt Fuller

Jonathan Fenderson is an assistant professor of African and African American studies at Washington University in St. Louis. He recently answered some questions about his new book Building the Black Arts Movement: Hoyt Fuller and the Cultural Politics of the 1960s.  … Continue reading

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Q&A with Melanie Holmes, author of A Hero on Mount St. Helens: The Life and Legacy of David A Johnston

Melanie Holmes is the author of The Female Assumption, recipient of a 2014 Global Media Award from the Population Institute. She recently answered some questions about her new book, A Hero on Mount St. Helens: The Life and Legacy of David A. … Continue reading

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