edited by Dalsgård, Anne Line, Martin Demant Frederiksen, Susanne Højlund and Lotte Meinert
Afterword by Michael Flaherty
How time is often a troubling and external factor in the lives of youth
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A lively account of the brash men who chased their American Dreams all the way to China, impressed the Chinese, and bested the East India Trading Company
Surveying the prevalence and popularity of films in which heroic white characters uplift racial others
From the author of Sugar Ball, a look at the important and contested relationship between Major League Baseball and Dominican player development
Foreword by Wynton Marsalis
The story of Joe Wilder, who broke musical and racial barriers
How gay activism survives in a state that maintains power while promoting the rule of law and social harmony
The extraordinary story of the man who helped bring a World Series championship back to Philadelphia
How collaborations with their American counterparts enabled middle-class, urban Japanese women to promote modernity and gender equality
A critical overview of scholarship in social constructionism
Barnes, Liberty Walther
Shining a light on the world of male infertility and how clinics bolster and protect men's notions of masculinity
Fairbanks, Robert B.
The untold story of urban renewal in the American Southwest
Gehl, Robert W.
Revealing the underside of our technology-laden world
Gioielli, Robert R.
How the postwar decay of America's industrial city's helped to give rise to environmental movement
How life and work have become synonymous, and what we can do about it
edited by Ghandour, Dala, Emna Ben Yedder, Mohammed Masbah, and Steve Parks
Voices of youth from the Arab Spring
Brown, Michael E.
How to reunify the humanities and social sciences
A groundbreaking history of queer activists who advanced the causes of labor organizing and LGBT rights
How immigrants are reinventing Sunset Park, forming new multi-racial alliances, and reshaping its community
edited by Oates, Thomas P. and Zack Furness
Foreword by Michael Oriard
Critical essays on the NFL as a cultural force in the United States
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