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  • Adam Johnson

    The Orphan Master's Son

    Random House

    An epic novel and a thrilling literary discovery, The Orphan Master’s Son follows a young man’s journey through the icy waters, dark tunnels, and eerie spy chambers of the world’s most mysterious dictatorship, North Korea.

    Pak Jun Do is the haunted son of a lost mother—a singer “...

  • Aileen Adams, Gail Abarbanel, Rape Treatment Center Santa Monica

    Sexual Assault on Campus: What Colleges Can Do

    Rape Treatment Center Santa Monica

    In the spring of 1987, the Rape Treatment Center experienced a sudden and dramatic increase in the number of victims seeking help who had been raped on college campuses. These victims came from many different school's and from diverse ethnic and socioeconomic backgrounds. Although the...

  • Alexandra Stoddard

    Things I Want My Daughters To Know: A Small Book About the Big Issues in Life

    William Morrow Paperbacks

    Thus Alexandra Stoddard introduces this book of simple, profound truths for joyful living. Stoddard, a mother, grandmother, and noted author on personal fulfillment, offers new ways to nurture ourselves, celebrate life's joys, and grow through its challenges. By turns wise ("Give anonymously"),...

  • Alison M. Jaggar

    Feminist Politics and Human Nature (Philosophy and Society) (Philosophy & Society)

    Rowman & Littlefield Publishers

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  • Allyson Hobbs

    A Chosen Exile: A History of Racial Passing in American Life

    Harvard University Press

    <p>Between the eighteenth and mid-twentieth centuries, countless African Americans passed as white, leaving behind families and friends, roots and community. It was, as Allyson Hobbs writes, a chosen exile, a separation from one racial identity and the leap into another. This revelatory...

  • Amy Koritz

    Gendering Bodies/Performing Art: Dance and Literature in Early Twentieth-Century British Culture

    University of Michigan Press

    Gendering Bodies / Performing Art is the first book that attempts a conceptual integration of dance and literary history in British culture. It attempts to make visible the role of dance in creating, reinforcing, and challenging developments in aesthetic practice and...
  • Amy Richards

    Opting In: Having a Child Without Losing Yourself

    Farrar, Straus and Giroux
  • Andi Zeisler

    Feminism and Pop Culture: Seal Studies

    Seal Press

    <DIV>Whether or not we like to admit it, pop culture is a lens through which we alternately view and shape the world around us. When it comes to feminism, pop culture aids us in translating feminist philosophies, issues, and concepts into everyday language, making them relevant and...

  • Andrea Davies Henderson

    Dual-Career Academic Couples What Universities Need to Know

    Research At Stanford University
  • Andrea Rees Davies

    Saving San Francisco: Relief and Recovery after the 1906 Disaster

    Temple University Press

    For most San Franciscans, April 18, 1906 started at 5:12 am with sixty-five seconds of violent quaking followed by a relentless, raging fire that left 98% of the structures in the most populated part of the city in ruins. However, although everyone felt the earthquake equally, they did not all...