Temple University PressFall 2013 Catalog
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Accessible Citizenships

Accessible Citizenships
Disability, Nation, and the Cultural Politics of Greater Mexico

Minich, Julie Avril

How disability provides a new perspective on our understanding of the nation and the citizen

240 pp • 5.5x8.5 • Fall 2013
paper 978-1-4399-1070-2
cloth 978-1-4399-1069-6

The Archival Turn in Feminism

The Archival Turn in Feminism
Outrage in Order

Eichhorn, Kate

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

208 pp • 5.5x8.5 • Fall 2013
cloth 978-1-4399-0951-5

The Art of Play

The Art of Play
Recess and the Practice of Invention

Beresin, Anna R.

Play and recess seen from the eyes of children

202 pp • 6x9 • Fall 2013
paper 978-1-4399-1094-8
cloth 978-1-4399-1093-1

Art, Politics, and Development

Art, Politics, and Development
How Linear Perspective Shaped Policies in the Western World
Lepenies, Philipp H.

A brilliant meditation on how the invention of linear perspective in art helped shape our perspectives on the developing world

214 pp • 6x9 • Fall 2013
cloth 978-1-4399-1084-9

Asian American Women's Popular Literature

Asian American Women's Popular Literature
Feminizing Genres and Neoliberal Belonging

Thoma, Pamela

How Asian American women writers mobilize popular genres of literature to imagine new forms of citizenship in a neoliberal society

232 pp • 6x9 • Fall 2013
paper 978-1-4399-1019-1
cloth 978-1-4399-1018-4

Atlanta Unbound

Atlanta Unbound
Enabling Sprawl through Policy and Planning

Basmajian, Carlton Wade

How metropolitan Atlanta's regional planning groups accelerated the sprawl they were trying to control

288 pp • 7x10 • Fall 2013
cloth 978-1-4399-0939-3

Constructing Muslims in France

Constructing Muslims in France
Discourse, Public Identity, and the Politics of Citizenship

Fredette, Jennifer

A groundbreaking study that presents Muslims in France as a diverse social group rather than a monolithic religious group

222 pp • 6x9 • Fall 2013
paper 978-1-4399-1029-0
cloth 978-1-4399-1028-3

Consuming Work

Consuming Work
Youth Labor in America

Besen-Cassino, Yasemin

The social meaning of work from youths' perspectives

202 pp • 6x9 • Fall 2013
paper 978-1-4399-0949-2
cloth 978-1-4399-0948-5

Ethnographies of Youth and Temporality

Ethnographies of Youth and Temporality
Time Objectified

edited by Dalsgård, Anne Line, Martin Demant Frederiksen, Susanne Højlund and Lotte Meinert
Afterword by Michael Flaherty

How time is often a troubling and external factor in the lives of youth

206 pp • 6x9 • Fall 2013
cloth 978-1-4399-1066-5

Family and Work in Everyday Ethnography

Family and Work in Everyday Ethnography
edited by Brown, Tamara Mose and Joanna Dreby

Negotiating the challenges—and fighting the myths—of parenthood and fieldwork

228 pp • 5.5x8.25 • Fall 2013
paper 978-1-4399-1076-4
cloth 978-1-4399-1075-7

God Talk

God Talk
Experimenting with the Religious Causes of Public Opinion

Djupe, Paul A. and Brian R. Calfano

Explores religion's impact on political attitudes using a series of controlled experiments

276 pp • 6x9 • Fall 2013
paper 978-1-4399-0866-2
cloth 978-1-4399-0865-5

How We Die Now

How We Die Now
Intimacy and the Work of Dying
Erickson, Karla A.

Insights from elders and their caregivers on the end of life

208 pp • 5.5x8.25 • Fall 2013
paper 978-1-4399-0824-2
cloth 978-1-4399-0823-5

Jesus, Jobs, and Justice

Jesus, Jobs, and Justice
African American Women and Religion

Collier-Thomas, Bettye

Now in paperback, an extraordinary history of African American women, and their struggle for gender and racial equality in the church and society

Now in Paperback!
736 pp • 6.25x9.125 • Fall 2013
paper 978-1-4399-1105-1

Mobilizing Communities

Mobilizing Communities
Asset Building as a Community Development Strategy

edited by Green, Gary Paul and Ann Goetting

Case studies from a variety of settings consider the asset-building approach to community development

New in Paperback!
204 pp • 5.5x8.25 • Fall 2013
paper 978-1-4399-0087-1

Never Easy, Never Pretty

Never Easy, Never Pretty
A Fan, A City, A Championship Season

Smith, Dean Bartoli

The story of the Baltimore Ravens, 2012 Super Bowl Champions, as told through the cultural lens of a city with a rich football history

224 pp • 6x9 • Fall 2013
cloth 978-1-4399-1106-8

Philadelphia Freedoms

Philadelphia Freedoms
Black American Trauma, Memory, and Culture after King

Awkward, Michael

Tracing racial trauma through Philadelphia sports and cultural production in the four decades after King's assassination

264 pp • 6x9 • Fall 2013
paper 978-1-4399-0709-2
cloth 978-1-4399-0708-5

Pushing Back the Gates

Pushing Back the Gates
Neighborhood Perspectives on University-Driven Revitalization in West Philadelphia

Etienne, Harley F.

A critical study of university-driven development from the neighborhood resident's perspective

New in Paperback!
192 pp • 5.5x8.25 • Fall 2013
paper 978-1-4399-0069-7

The Risk Society Revisited

The Risk Society Revisited
Social Theory and Governance

Rosa, Eugene A., Ortwin Renn and Aaron M. McCright

How risk is a feature in all societies, and its connection to the challenges of sustainability

264 pp • 6x9 • Fall 2013
cloth 978-1-4399-0258-5

Salsa World

Salsa World
A Global Dance in Local Contexts

edited by Hutchinson, Sydney

How an understanding of salsa dancing enhances our appreciation of salsa's global reach and meanings

240 pp • 6x9 • Fall 2013
cloth 978-1-4399-1006-1

Savage Portrayals

Savage Portrayals
Race, Media, and the Central Park Jogger Story

Byfield, Natalie P.

How the media's racialized coverage of the Central Park Jogger case influenced the conviction of five young minority men accused of "wilding" and affected the American juvenile justice system

242 pp • 6x9 • Fall 2013
paper 978-1-4399-0634-7
cloth 978-1-4399-0633-0

Second Cities

Second Cities
Globalization and Local Politics in Manchester and Philadelphia

Hodos, Jerome I.

How Philadelphia and Manchester have successfully grappled with globalization, carving out a series of distinctive niche roles for themselves over time

New in Paperback!
264 pp • 6x9 • Fall 2013
paper 978-1-4399-0232-5

Serial Fu Manchu

Serial Fu Manchu
The Chinese Supervillain and the Spread of Yellow Peril Ideology

Mayer, Ruth

How mass media serials featuring Fu Manchu reinforced the cultural notion of the Yellow Peril

216 pp • 6x9 • Fall 2013
paper 978-1-4399-1056-6
cloth 978-1-4399-1055-9

Transnationalizing Viet Nam

Transnationalizing Viet Nam
Community, Culture, and Politics in the Diaspora
Valverde, Kieu-Linh Caroline

Tracing the ties that connect diasporic Vietnamese to each other and to their homeland

New in Paperback!
198 pp • 6x9 • Fall 2013
paper 978-1-4399-0680-4

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