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Addressing Violence Against Women on College Campuses
Catherine Kaukinen, co-editor of Addressing Violence Against Women on College Campuses was quoted in an article entitled "Mattress Protest and Its Aftermath" in the July 24 issue of Inside Higher Ed.

Tasting Freedom
Tasting Freedom authors Daniel Biddle and Murray Dubin will present their book at the Church of the Advocate, 1801 Diamond Street, in Philadelphia at 12 noon on July 30. They will be talking about Octavius Catto, the civil rights movement in the 19th century, and several uncomfortable links between that time and the present.

Sex and the Founding Fathers
The Pennsylvania-Delaware Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects awarded Lolly Tai with the 2017 PA-DE ASLA Chapter Professional Merit Award for her book, The Magic of Children's Gardens.

Lolly Tai was profiled in the July/August 2017 issue of The American Gardener. [see page 12].

Hot Off The Press

  • Gross Misbehavior and WickednessGross Misbehavior and Wickedness
    A Notorious Divorce in Early Twentieth-Century America

    Jean Elson

    "[A] fascinating true story. Based on excellent archival work and Elson's precise scholarship, this meticulous contextualizing of divorce from a woman's point of view in the early twentieth century also has contemporary applications regarding gender relationships....it reads like a contemporary detective novel—as every legal victory for each side was appealed by the other. This is a moving and captivating book."Elizabeth Ettorre, Professor Emerita of Sociology in the School of Law and Social Justice at the University of Liverpool and author of Autoethnography as Feminist Method: Sensitising the Feminist "I"

  • Challenging Perspectives on Street-Based Sex WorkChallenging Perspectives on Street-Based Sex Work
    Edited by Katie Hail-Jares, Corey S. Shdaimah, and Chrysanthi S. Leon

    "During this time of criminal ‘justice’ reform, sex worker advocates need resources that can help identify which suggested strategies are punitive, not just in theory but in practice. Challenging Perspectives on Street-Based Sex Work provides quintessential and concise information, highlighting the competing criminal justice policies, the ideologies behind them, and, crucially, their impact on people who are targeted when they exchange sex."
    Carol Leigh, Bay Area Sex Worker Advocacy Network, and inventor of
    the term "sex work"

  • Addressing Violence Against Women on College CampusesAddressing Violence Against Women on College Campuses
    Edited by Catherine Kaukinen, Michelle Hughes Miller, and Ráchael A. Powers

    "[A]n innovative book whose publication will be enthusiastically welcomed by scholars, service providers, and victim advocates. The editors and contributors provide comprehensive perspectives—including Federal actions, intervention efforts, and student activism—towards preventing gender-based violence, from stalking to dating violence to unwanted sexual penetration (rape). Weaving in research findings, the chapters critically examine action steps currently mandated and in place and provide a call to action to move forward in addressing and preventing violence against college woment."Bonnie S. Fisher, Professor at the School of Criminal Justice, University of Cincinnati

  • Incidental RacializationIncidental Racialization
    Performative Assimilation in Law School

    Yung-Yi Diana Pan

    Through interviews with more than 100 law students and participant observations at two law schools, Pan examines how racialization happens alongside professional socialization and sheds light on how race operates in a law school setting for both students of color and in the minds of white students.

  • Knowledge for Social ChangeKnowledge for Social Change
    Bacon, Dewey, and the Revolutionary Transformation
    of Research Universities in the Twenty-First Century

    Lee Benson, Ira Harkavy, John Puckett, Matthew Hartley, Rita A. Hodges,
    Francis E. Johnston, and Joann Weeks

    "[A]n important book that should be read by all who are interested in strengthening research universities by calling them back to their civic mission."
    Ellen Condliffe Lagemann, Levy Institute Research Professor, Bard College, and Distinguished Fellow, Bard Prison Initiative

  • The Man-NotThe Man-Not
    Race, Class, Genre, and the Dilemmas of Black Manhood

    Tommy J. Curry

    "[A] bold—indeed, fearless—intervention in the ongoing race/gender/sexual orientation debates...Sure to ignite a firestorm of controversy, The Man-Not is an impassioned protest against orthodoxies, both mainstream and radical, white and black. It is required reading for anyone interested in understanding oppression or having unquestioned assumptions put to the test."
    Charles W. Mills, Distinguished Professor at the City University of New York Graduate Center

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This week in North Philly Notes, Diana Pan, author of Incidental Racialization, writes about race, inequality, and professional socialization of Asian Americans and Latinos in law school.

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Books for Course Adoption

Upon the Ruins of Liberty
Upon the Ruins of Liberty

Sex and the Founding Fathers
Sex and the Founding Fathers

Red War on the Family
Red War on the Family

The Mutual Housing Experiment
The Mutual Housing Experiment

The New Freedom and the Radicals
The New Freedom and the Radicals

Reimagining Courts
Reimagining Courts

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