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The War on Slums in the Southwest Public Housing and Slum Clearance in Texas, Arizona, and New Mexico, 1935-1965

Fairbanks, Robert B.

The untold story of urban renewal in the American Southwest

Self-Determination without Nationalism A Theory of Postnational Sovereignty

Dahbour, Omar
Now in Paperback!

Advocating the new concept of "ecosovereignty," based on a reformulation of political self-determination

The Outsider Albert M. Greenfield and the Fall of the Protestant Establishment

Rottenberg, Dan

The remarkable life of Albert M. Greenfield, a Jewish immigrant whose business empire helped shape Philadelphia and the United States in the twentieth century

The Archival Turn in Feminism Outrage in Order

Eichhorn, Kate
Now in Paperback!

A window into the preservation of contemporary feminist documents and artifacts and how this archival activism has advanced intergenerational political alliances

The Forest and the Trees Sociology as Life, Practice, and Promise Third Edition

Johnson, Allan G.

An updated exploration of sociology as a way of thinking

The New Eagles Encyclopedia

Didinger, Ray, with Robert S. Lyons

The best-selling book on the Philadelphia Eagles, completely updated and expanded

The Gender Knot Unraveling Our Patriarchal Legacy Third Edition

Johnson, Allan G.

A compelling approach to gender inequality that empowers both men and women to be part of the solution instead of just part of the problem

"I Hear America Singing" Folk Music and National Identity

Donaldson, Rachel Clare

How the folk music revival gave voice to ideas about the essence of American character and values

Music and Social Change in South Africa Maskanda Past and Present

Olsen, Kathryn

A comprehensive analysis of maskanda, a Zulu musical practice, in the context of political, cultural, and historical transformation in South Africa

Unbought and Unbossed Transgressive Black Women, Sexuality, and the Politics of Representation

Melancon, Trimiko

How do fictional representations of transgressive black women in the post-civil rights era expand our understanding of race and black womanhood?

Women in Politics in the American City

Holman, Mirya R.

How and why gender matters in framing and determining urban policy and politics

Red War on the Family Sex, Gender, and Americanism in the First Red Scare

Ryan, Erica J.

How the Red Scare contributed to sexual conformity in the United States

Reimagining Courts A Design for the Twenty-First Century

Flango, Victor E. and Thomas M. Clarke

Promotes practical reform ideas to make courts more effective, more efficient, and more customer friendly

Upon the Ruins of Liberty

Slavery, the President's House, Independence National Historical Park, and Public Memory
Aden, Roger C.

A behind-the-scenes look at the development of the memorial to slavery in Independence Mall

Bullying The Social Destruction of Self

Martocci, Laura

Offering a new understanding of bullying, linking it with insights into the construction of identity

Greening Africana Studies Linking Environmental Studies with Transforming Black Experiences

Patterson, Rubin

Establishes the need to include environmental studies as part of the Africana studies curriculum

Dancing the Fairy Tale Producing and Performing The Sleeping Beauty

Katz Rizzo, Laura

The Sleeping Beauty and the story of ballet in Pennsylvania

Navigating Gendered Terrain Stereotypes and Strategy in Political Campaigns

Dittmar, Kelly

Explores how candidates and campaign professionals navigate the gendered terrain of political campaigns

Senior Power or Senior Peril Aged Communities and American Society in the Twenty-First Century

Bramlett, Brittany H.

Shows how the increasing number of aged communities in the United States shapes the local political context for residents of all ages

Movements in Times of Democratic Transition

edited by Klandermans, Bert and Cornelis van Stralen

How do social movements that trigger democratic movements survive their own success?

Tensions in the American Dream Rhetoric, Reverie, or Reality

Bush, Melanie E. L. and Roderick D. Bush

The contradictions of the promise — and reality — of the American Dream

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