How a Thai Buddhist temple in northern California created a dynamic community that bridges national, racial, ethnic, religious, and gender differences
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How Philadelphia's Chinatown resisted and engaged with urban renewal processes in the late twentieth century
What derivatives and excess, economic and otherwise, tell us about the state of global capital and culture
McSherry, J. Patrice
An examination of the Chilean New Song movement as an organic part of the struggles for progressive social change
edited by Djupe, Paul A.
Cutting-edge scholarship that sets the agenda for research on religion and political tolerance
What happens to communities after social organizations pack up and leave?
Johnson, Allan G.
A profound and disturbing exploration of the meaning of place, lineage, and belonging, and what it means to be American
Foreword by Merce Cunningham
The classic book on the nature of movement and dance, now available to a new generation of dancers and students of dance
How progressives thought about radical politics at the beginning of the twentieth century
Adam, Heribert and Kogila Moodley
A comparative examination of hostility towards migrants around the world
An in-depth examination of American Heathenry and of those who practice and live according to its ethic
A landmark history of the New York Young Lords, and what their activism tells us about contemporary Latino/a politics
Santa Ana, Jeffrey
How capitalist culture stereotypes Asian Americans as either cheerful and successful strivers or insidious threats to white employment and status
Szylvian, Kristin M.
How the sale of World War II public housing to non-profit mutual home-ownership associations represents a road not taken in federal housing policy
Exploring the moral frameworks for labeling, treating, and punishing drug addiction
The story of Philadelphia Jewish life through the music of klezmer
edited by McGarry, Aidan and James M. Jasper
Are identity politics good or bad for social movements?
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