Faculty Books

The Sisterhood: How a Network of Black Women Writers Changed American Culture

By Courtney Thorsson, associate professor, Department of English

Feeding Fascism: The Politics of Women’s Food Work

By Diana Garvin, assistant professor of Italian, Mediterranean studies, Department of Romance Languages

Castoffs of Capital: Work and Love among Garment Workers in Bangladesh

By Lamia Karim, professor, Department of Anthropology

Nation Branding and Sports Diplomacy: Country Image Games in Times of Change

By Yoav Dubinsky, instructor of sports business, Lundquist College of Business

Nice Is Not Enough: Inequality and the Limits of Kindness at American High

By C. J. Pascoe, associate professor, Department of Sociology

Invisible Son

By Kim Johnson, BS ’01 (ethnic studies), vice provost, Undergraduate Education and Student Success

Red Leviathan: The Secret History of Soviet Whaling

By Ryan Tucker Jones, Ann Swindells Chair in History

The Songs of Clara Schumann

By Stephen Rodgers, Edmund A. Cykler Chair, School of Music and Dance

Mind in Nature: John Dewey, Cognitive Science, and a Naturalistic Philosophy for Living

By Mark L. Johnson, professor emeritus, Philip H. Knight Professor of Liberal Arts and Sciences; and Jay Schulkin, research professor, University of Washington

Outspoken: A Manifesto for the Twenty-First Century

Edited by Adrian Parr, dean, College of Design; and Santiago Zabala, research professor, Pompue Fabra University

Creating the Qur’an: A Historical-Critical Study

By Stephen J. Shoemaker, professor, history of Christianity

American Relics and the Politics of Public Memory

By Matthew Dennis, professor emeritus of history and of environmental studies