Spring 2023 - Sociology
Reauthoring Savage Inequalities
Offers rich, wide-ranging counternarratives to social, political, and educational discourses that characterize urban schools and communities as places of despair, revealing the resources and strategies of resistance that teachers, students, and families use to succeed and thrive.
Tourists and Trade
How two roadside craft shops in upstate New York transformed American crafts into a fine art.
Musicology of Religion
Spearheads a new field for the combined study of religion and music, drawing upon theories and methods of the social sciences, ethnomusicology, philosophy, theology, liturgical studies, and cognitive studies.
Global Libidinal Economy
Claims unconscious desire plays a constitutive role in global political economy.
Bush League, Big City
The saga of New York’s push to build two minor-league baseball stadiums, colored by dollars, politics, and dreams.
Returning to Judgment
Explores the importance of political judgment in the work of Bernard Stiegler, and argues his approach to judgment marks an important break with continental political thought.
Feminists Reclaim Mentorship
Feminists revisit their mixed experiences of mentoring and being mentored to reclaim mentorship as a project for new generations.
The Camp Abilities Story
The uplifting story of how one camp gave children with visual impairment new confidence in their own abilities.
The first book to comprehensively examine Lou Gehrig's famous "Luckiest Man" speech.
Cybersecurity Governance in Latin America
Explores the effects of the cyber revolution for security in the Americas.