Category Archives: authors

The following is a guest post from Jane Rhodes, the author of Framing the Black Panthers: The Spectacular Rise of a Black Power Icon.  The Revolution has come. . . Again Panthermania is back. In the 1960s and 1970s, and … Continue reading

Headed to SCMS in Toronto this week? So are we! Here’s what you need to know: 1.  We’re giving away 50 copies of Pink-Slipped: What Happened To Women In The Silent Film Industries. Stop by our booth in the exhibit hall and grab … Continue reading

Derek W. Vaillant is an associate professor of communication studies at the University of Michigan. He is the author of Sounds of Reform: Progressivism and Music in Chicago, 1873-1935. He recently answered some questions about his book Across the Waves: How the … Continue reading

 In this latest installment in our Authors on Issues series, Thomas P. Oates, author of Football and Manliness: An Unauthorized Feminist Account of the NFL, writes about the political and cultural force of the NFL.    The Political Football By Thomas … Continue reading

Jean R. Freedman earned a Ph.D. in folklore from Indiana University. She is the author of Whistling in the Dark: Memory and Culture in Wartime London. She recently answered some questions about her biography Peggy Seeger: A Life of Music Love and … Continue reading

Andrew Linzey’s publication history on animal rights stretches back to 1976, when he published Animal Rights: A Christian Perspective. Since then, he has worked tirelessly in the field, publishing widely on animal ethics broadly as well as animal ethics within … Continue reading

Laura E. Ruberto is a professor of Humanities at Berkeley City College in the Department of Arts and Cultural studies, and Joseph Sciorra is the Director for Academic and Cultural Programs at the John D Calandra Italian American Institute at Queens College, City … Continue reading

Sandra M. Bolzenius is a former instructor at The Ohio State University and served as a transportation specialist in the United States Army. She recently answered some questions about her forthcoming book Glory in Their Spirit: How Four Black Women Took … Continue reading

D. Harlan Wilson is a professor of English at Wright State University–Lake Campus. He is the author of Cultographies: They Live, Technologized Desire: Selfhood and the Body in Postcapitalist Science Fiction, and over twenty novels and fiction collections. He recently answered some … Continue reading

  We are pleased to announce that Radical Aesthetics and Modern Black Nationalism by GerShun Avilez has won the William Sanders Scarborough Prize from the Modern Language Association (MLA). The prize is given to an outstanding scholarly study of African … Continue reading