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HIGHLIGHTS Ricanness

Racial Immanence

Enduring Time in Anticolonial Performance

Chicanx Bodies beyond Representation

SANDRA RUIZ

MARISSA K. LÓPEZ

“Accomplishes a sustained dislocation of the hierarchies of the senses... lipstick, champagne, sweat, vulgarity, and survival.”—Tavia Nyong’o, author of Afro-Fabulations

“A bold, refreshing book that demonstrates the urgency and importance of Chicanx literature while simultaneously challenging the reasons why we read it.” —Julie A. Minich, author of Accessible Citizenships

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Runaway Genres The Global Afterlives of Slavery YOGITA GOYAL

Tracks the emergence of slavery as the defining template through which current forms of human rights abuses are understood 280 PAGES • PAPERBACK 978-1-4798-3271-2 • $30.00

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Framed by War Korean Children and Women at the Crossroads of US Empire SUSIE WOO

“Essential reading for understanding the ways that the Cold War has indelibly transformed Korean and American lives.” —Catherine Ceniza Choy, author of Global Families 336 PAGES • PAPERBACK 978-1-4798-8053-9 • $32.00

In the Nation of Nations series

Avidly Reads is a series of short books about how culture makes us feel. Part memoir, part cultural criticism, each volume in the Avidly Reads series brings to life the author’s emotional relationship to a cultural artifact or experience. Building on the popular online magazine Avidly, founded in 2012 by Sarah Blackwood and Sarah Mesle and supported by the Los Angeles Review of Books, Avidly Reads continues the Avidly project of encouraging experts to offer original, surprising, and entertaining explorations of how it feels to try and understand the world. Avidly Reads invites us to explore the surprising pleasures and obstacles of everyday life.

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JORDAN ALEXANDER STEIN

KATHRYN BOND STOCKTON

ERIC THURM

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SEXUAL CULTURES

Celebrating the 20th anniversary of this fieldmaking series Cruising Utopia, 10th Anniversary Edition

Times Square Red, Times Square Blue, 20th Anniversary Edition

The Then and There of Queer Futurity JOSÉ ESTEBAN MUÑOZ

SAMUEL R. DELANY Foreword by ROBERT F. REIDPHARR

A 10th anniversary edition of this field defining work—an intellectual inspiration for a generation of LGBTQ scholars

“[A] classic of queer history.” — Jordy Rosenberg, The New York Times

280 PAGES • PAPERBACK 978-1-4798-7456-9 • $25.00

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Frottage

Archiving an Epidemic

Frictions of Intimacy across the Black Diaspora

Art, AIDS, and the Queer Chicanx Avant-Garde

KEGURO MACHARIA

ROBB HERNÁNDEZ

“A journey of mutual pleasure, queer potentials, intimacy, violence, and erotic freedom through the African and Afrodiaspora.”—zethu Matebeni, co-editor of Reclaiming Afrikan

Across an original archive of over sixty images, Hernández critically reimagines Chicanx art and unmasks its queer afterlife 320 PAGES • PAPERBACK 978-1-4798-2083-2 • $29.00

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Queer Faith

Queer Times, Black Futures

Reading Promiscuity and Race in the Secular Love Tradition

KARA KEELING

MELISSA E. SANCHEZ

“Masterful—deeply engaging, carefully researched, and creative in its use of allegory to demonstrate the potential and effect of opacity for black futures and possibilities.”—Herman Gray, UC Santa Cruz

“A smart, vital synthesis of religious studies and queer theory that reinforces the deep affinity between both realms over time.” —Michael Cobb, author of God Hates Fags 344 PAGES • PAPERBACK 978-1-4798-4086-1 • $35.00

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2019 ATHE Outstanding Book Award, Association for Theatre in Higher Education | 2018 Errol Hill Award, American Society for 2018 Barnard Hewitt Award, American Society for Theatre Research Theatre Research

Afro-Fabulations

After the Party

The Queer Drama of Black Life

A Manifesto for Queer of Color Life

TAVIA NYONG’O

“Offers not only a compelling new way to think about works that challenge history, narrative, and truth, but also a method in which we might continue that work.” —Brooklyn Rail

JOSHUA CHAMBERS-LETSON

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AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES The Dark Fantastic

Fearing the Black Body

Race and the Imagination from Harry Potter to the Hunger Games

The Racial Origins of Fat Phobia

EBONY ELIZABETH THOMAS

“One of the most brilliant and woke explorations of race and speculative fiction Ive ever read.”—Jacqueline Woodson, National Book Award winner

SABRINA STRINGS

“Persuasively shows that ... the link between fatness, racial otherness and, especially, female blackness, looms prominently in the American cultural imagination.”—Times Literary Supplement

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Antiracism

Becoming Human

An Introduction

Matter and Meaning in an Antiblack World

ALEX ZAMALIN

“[D]escribes the history of U.S. movements to contest racism... As an introduction to the intellectual history and political theory of antiracism, Zamalin’s book is ideal...” —Library Journal

ZAKIYYAH IMAN JACKSON

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320 PAGES • PAPERBACK 978-1-4798-3037-4 • $30.00 In the Sexual Cultures series Available May 2020

Stay Woke

Presumed Criminal

A People’s Guide to Making All Black Lives Matter

Black Youth and the Justice System in Postwar New York

TEHAMA LOPEZ BUNYASI and CANDIS WATTS SMITH

CARL SUDDLER

“This is the essential guide on race, racism, the BLM movement, fighting for racial justice, fighting against racial injustice, and more.”—Ms. Magazine 288 PAGES • PAPERBACK 978-1-4798-3648-2 • $18.95

Investigates African diasporic media and philosophy as explorations of race and species, blackness and animality, form and matter

“Provides a direct historical context not only to understand mass incarceration but particularly the anti-black violence against black youth and the BlackLivesMatter movement.” —Shannon King, author of Whose Harlem Is This, Anyway? 256 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-4762-4 • $45.00

The Strange Careers of the Jim Crow North

Coming of Age in Jim Crow DC

Segregation and Struggle outside of the South

Navigating the Politics of Everyday Life

Edited by BRIAN PURNELL and JEANNE THEOHARIS With KOMOZI WOODARD

PAULA C. AUSTIN

“Essential reading for anyone grappling with the pervasive stain of slavery in the United States.”—Henry Louis Gates Jr., Harvard University

The fullest account to date of African American young people in a segregated city 208 PAGES • PAPERBACK 978-1-4798-0811-3 • $26.00

352 PAGES • PAPERBACK 978-1-4798-2033-7 • $30.00

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ASIAN AMERICAN STUDIES Fashion and Beauty in the Time of Asia

The Race Card From Gaming Technologies to Model Minorities

Edited by S. HEIJIN LEE, CHRISTINA H. MOON, and THUY LINH NGUYEN TU

TARA FICKLE

Explores how games have been used to establish and combat Asian American racial stereotypes

How transnational modernity is taking shape in and in relation to Asia

272 PAGES • PAPERBACK 978-1-4798-0595-2 • $30.00 In the Postmillennial Pop series

320 PAGES • PAPERBACK 978-1-4798-9284-6 • $30.00 In the NYU Series in Social and Cultural Analysis

Our Voices, Our Histories

Whiter Asian American Women on Skin Color and Colorism

Asian American and Pacific Islander Women

Edited by NIKKI KHANNA

Heartfelt personal accounts from Asian American women on their experiences with skin color bias, from being labeled “too dark” to becoming empowered to challenge beauty standards

Edited by SHIRLEY HUNE and GAIL M. NOMURA

280 PAGES • PAPERBACK 978-1-4798-0029-2 • $25.00 Available March 2020

520 PAGES • PAPERBACK 978-1-4798-7701-0 • $35.00 Available March 2020

An innovative anthology showcasing Asian American and Pacific Islander women’s histories

LATINX STUDIES 2019 Barbara T. Christian Literary Award, Caribbean Studies Association in Higher Education

2018 Peter C. Rollins Book Prize, Northeast Popular/American Culture Association | 2018 Robert K. Martin Book Prize, Canadian American Studies Association | Honorable Mention, 2019 Outstanding Book Award, Latina/o Studies Section of the Latin American Studies Association

Colonial Phantoms

Diversión

Belonging and Refusal in the Dominican Americas, from the 19th Century to the Present

Play and Popular Culture in Cuban America

DIXA RAMÍREZ

“A must-read. Students of Latina/o and Latin America alike will find themselves thinking hard while laughing along.” —New West Indian Guide

ALBERT SERGIO LAGUNA

“Give[s] scholars of the socalled New World an indelible intellectual gift.”—Junot Díaz, Pulitzer Prize winner and author of This is How You Lose Her

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336 PAGES • PAPERBACK 978-1-4798-6756-1 • $30.00 In the Nation of Nations series

Before Chicano

Suspect Freedoms

Citizenship and the Making of Mexican American Manhood, 1848-1959

The Racial and Sexual Politics of Cubanidad in New York, 1823-1957

ALBERTO VARON

NANCY RAQUEL MIRABAL

Uncovers the history of how Latino manhood was integral to the formation of Latino identity

“A must-read for students and scholars interested in Afro-diasporic thinking and experience.” —New West Indian Guide

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HISTORY The Battle of Negro Fort

Educated for Freedom

The Rise and Fall of a Fugitive Slave Community

The Incredible Story of Two Fugitive Schoolboys who Grew Up to Change a Nation

MATTHEW J. CLAVIN

ANNA MAE DUANE

“Negro Fort ... served as a source of inspiration to runaways and enslaved people in the states bordering Florida ... A mustread for those interested in early American republic history.” —STARRED Library Journal

“A compelling tale of two boys and their struggle to forge a path for freedom out of a slave nation.” —Kirkus Reviews 240 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-4747-1 • $30.00 Available January 2020

272 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-3733-5 • $24.95

The Stonewall Riots

Signature Wounds

A Documentary History

The Untold Story of the Military’s Mental Health Crisis

Edited by MARC STEIN

“When you’re trying to figure out what Stonewall meant to people at the time, these documents, many of which were first printed in the couple of years afterward, are indispensable.”—Slate 352 PAGES • PAPERBACK 978-1-4798-1685-9 • $35.00

DAVID KIERAN

“Because David Kieran is so fair-minded, his analysis of the mentalhealth crisis in the U.S. military is devastating and persuasive.”—Christian G. Appy, author of Patriots: The Vietnam War Remembered from All Sides 404 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-9236-5 • $35.00

We Are Worth Fighting For

Pregnancy and Power, Revised Edition

A History of the Howard University Student Protest of 1989

A History of Reproductive Politics in the United States

JOSHUA M. MYERS

RICKIE SOLINGER

The Howard University protests from the perspective and worldview of its participants

Reveals how far the reproductive justice movement has come, and the renewed struggles it faces in the present moment

288 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-1175-5 • $30.00 In the Black Power series

Upending the Ivory Tower Civil Rights, Black Power, and the Ivy League STEFAN M. BRADLEY

“A definitive account of the experiences of black students at the Ivy League universities from 1945 to 1975. It is a brilliant book... essential reading.” —Academe 480 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-7399-9 • $35.00

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Accessible America A History of Disability and Design BESS WILLIAMSON

“Offers an important history of how and why design for disability has evolved and needs to evolve.” —Curbed.com 304 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-9409-3 • $30.00 In the Crip: New Directions in Disability Studies series

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POLITICS Muslim American Politics and the Future of US Democracy

Uncounted The Crisis of Voter Suppression in America GILDA R. DANIELS

EDWARD E. CURTIS IV

An answer to the assault on voting rights—crucial reading in advance of the 2020 presidential election

“Argues that full cultural and social citizenship has not yet been achieved, yet Muslim Americans matter to key events and ideas in modern America.” —Kathleen Moore, University of California, Santa Barbara

200 PAGES • CLOTH 978-1-4798-6235-1 • $26.00 Available January 2020

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Beyond Trans

Arab New York

Does Gender Matter?

Politics and Community in the Everyday Lives of Arab Americans

HEATH FOGG DAVIS

“We will soon be reading books that are truly new, indeed revolutionary, in arguing that the future of gender will be the end of gender binaries altogether.” —Times Literary Supplement

EMILY REGAN WILLS

“A highly readable ethnographic account offering a refreshing perspective on everyday politics and Arab American communities.”—Louise Cainkar, author of Homeland Insecurity

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SOCIAL SCIENCES Hands Up, Don’t Shoot

Reproductive Injustice

Why the Protests in Ferguson and Baltimore Matter, and How They Changed America

Racism, Pregnancy, and Premature Birth

JENNIFER E. COBBINA

“Explores how medical racism impacts black women... The work is unique in that it is the first to focus on the subject as it relates to professional working women.” —Library Journal

DANA-AIN DAVIS

“A useful reference on a topic that requires continued examination.”—Kirkus Reviews 288 PAGES • PAPERBACK 978-1-4798-7441-5 • $25.00

272 PAGES • PAPERBACK 978-1-4798-5357-1 • $30.00 In the Anthropologies of American Medicine series

The Hollywood Jim Crow The Racial Politics of the Movie Industry MARYANN ERIGHA

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“Offers a provocative lens for understanding how entrenched the industry’s racial imbalances are.”—The Atlantic 240 PAGES • PAPERBACK 978-1-4798-4787-7 • $25.00

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MEDIA STUDIES Distributed Blackness

Comics and Stuff

African American Cybercultures

HENRY JENKINS

ANDRÉ BROCK, JR.

How and why graphic novels tie memory and meaning to personal collections and belongings

From BlackPlanet to #BlackGirlMagic, this book places blackness at the very center of internet culture 288 PAGES • PAPERBACK 978-1-4798-2996-5 • $29.00 In the Critical Cultural Communication series Available February 2020

352 PAGES • PAPERBACK 978-1-4798-0093-3 • $32.00 Available April 2020

Video Games Have Always Been Queer

Beyond Hashtags

BONNIE RUBERG

Racial Politics and Black Digital Networks

“Gives us a nuanced and insightful approach to thinking about games through a queer lens.”—Mia Consalvo, author of Cheating: Gaining Advantage in Videogames

How black Americans use digital networks to organize politically, reassert their racial identities, forge community, and cultivate solidarity

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SARAH FLORINI

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LITERARY AND PERFORMANCE STUDIES Realist Ecstasy

Literary Bioethics

Religion, Race, and Performance in American Literature

Animality, Disability, and the Human

LINDSAY V. RECKSON

MAREN TOVA LINETT

Explores the intersection and history of American literary realism and the performance of spiritual and racial embodiment

Examines four classic novels: The Island of Doctor Moreau, Brave New World, The Violent Bear It Away and Never Let Me Go as bioethical thought experiments

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Haiti’s Paper War

Don’t Use Your Words!

Post-Independence Writing, Civil War, and the Making of the Republic, 1804-1954

Children’s Emotions in a Networked World

CHELSEA STIEBER

How children are taught to control their feelings and how they resist this emotional management through cultural production

Reveals key insights into the nature of literature and its relation to freedom and politics 368 PAGES • PAPERBACK 978-1-4798-0215-9 • $30.00 In the America and the Long 19th Century series Available August 2020

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JANE JUFFER

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GREAT FOR COURSES 2019 Outstanding Book Award, International Communication Association

2018 Outstanding Academic Title, CHOICE Magazine

Postracial Resistance

Algorithms of Oppression

Black Women, Media, and the Uses of Strategic Ambiguity

How Search Engines Reinforce Racism

RALINA L. JOSEPH

author of Bodies in Dissent

“A fascinating study that boldly mines the complexities of racial and gender microaggressions in contemporary media, examining the many ways in which Black women culture workers and consumers have navigated said minefields.”—Daphne Brooks,

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SAFIYA UMOJA NOBLE

“Even without malevolent actors, search engines may be perpetuating racist stereotypes.” —Chicago Tribune 256 PAGES • PAPERBACK 978-1-4798-3724-3 • $28.00 2019 PROSE Award for Anthropology, Criminology and Sociology, Association of American Publishers

Popular Culture and the Civic Imagination

The Trans Generation How Trans Kids (and Their Parents) are Creating a Gender Revolution

Case Studies of Creative Social Change

ANN TRAVERS

Edited by HENRY JENKINS, GABRIEL PETERS-LAZARO and SANGITA SHRESTHOVA

“An astounding and essential qualitative study that collects heartfelt, honest anecdotes from a variety of transgender children and their parents.”—Foreword

How popular culture is engaged by activists to effect emancipatory political change

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AWARD-WINNING Finalist, 2019 Locus Award for Nonfiction, Locus Science Fiction Foundation

2018 Outstanding Academic Title, CHOICE Magazine

Being Muslim

Old Futures

A Cultural History of Women of Color in American Islam

Speculative Fiction and Queer Possibility

SYLVIA CHAN-MALIK

ALEXIS LOTHIAN

“A compelling, comprehensive, well-researched yet intimate exploration of intersectionality in the lives of African American Muslim women.”—CHOICE

“A book that is filled with unexpected yet crucial connections.”—Melanie E.S. Kohnen, Transformative Works and Cultures 352 PAGES • PAPERBACK 978-1-4798-2585-1 • $30.00 In the Postmillennial Pop series 2016 Alan Bray Prize for Best Book in GLBTQ Studies, GLQ Caucus, Modern Language Association

288 PAGES • PAPERBACK 978-1-4798-2342-0 • $29.00 Honorable Mention, 2018 Lora Romero First Book Prize, American Studies Association | Honorable Mention, 2019 First Book Prize, Modern Language Association

Fugitive Science

The Color of Kink Black Women, BDSM, and Pornography

Empiricism and Freedom in Early African American Culture

ARIANE CRUZ

BRITT RUSERT

“A refreshing breakthrough in black feminist and queer theories of sex.”—Mireille Miller-Young, author of A Taste for Brown Sugar

“Resurrects an important, neglected story about race and oppositional science in the antebellum US.”—CHOICE

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UNIVERSITY OF REGINA PRESS Performing Turtle Island Indigenous Theatre on the World Stage Edited by JESSE RAE ARCHIBALDBARBER, KATHLEEN IRWIN, and MOIRA J. DAY

“A valuable and timely collection.”—Alan D. Filewod, author of Committing Theatre 256 PAGES • PAPERBACK 978-0-8897-7656-2 • $24.95

distributed by NYU Press In My Own Mocassins A Memoir of Resilience HELEN KNOTT

“Proclaims healing a revolutionary act.”—Booklist A reflection on what can be said about addiction, trauma, and the pains of sexual violence 336 PAGES • CLOTH 978-0-8897-7644-9 • $19.95 In the Regina Collection series

Raw

Reading from Behind

PrEP, Pedagogy, and the Politics of Barebacking

A Cultural Analysis of the Anus

Edited by RICKY VARGHESE Afterword by TIM DEAN

“A remarkably fresh and original contribution. With Reading from Behind, Allan emerges as a widely respected critical voice of his generation.”—David William Foster, author of Sexual Textualities

How is the practice of barebacking understood and represented across media, theory, and policy? 288 PAGES • CLOTH 978-0-8897-7683-8 • $29.95 In The Exquisite Corpse series

University of Regina Press publishes books that matter—in both academic and trade formats. URP endeavours to develop writers into public intellectuals, encourage debate, and inspire young people to study the humanities by publishing books that are both seen and relevant.

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Virgin Envy The Cultural (In)Significance of the Hymen Edited by JONATHAN A. ALLAN, CRISTINA SANTOS, and ADRIANA SPAHR

Sets out to reconceive the ways we relate to virginity as a cultural construct 256 PAGES • PAPERBACK 978-0-8897-7423-0 • $24.95 In The Exquisite Corpse series

Antigone Undone

Holy War

Juliette Binoche, Anne Carson, Ivo van Hove, and the Art of Resistance

Cowboys, Indians, and 9/11

WILL AITKEN

“Aitken champions a way of making and seeing the arts that heightens their relevance and brings Sophocles’s 2,500-year-old play into readers’ contemporary lives and world.”—Publishers Weekly 210 PAGES • CLOTH 978-0-8897-7521-3 • $19.95

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MARK CRONLUND ANDERSON

Probes presidential speeches, news reports, editorial cartoons, television programs, and films to uncover how the United States reverts back to its creation mythology of “fighting Indians” to justify centuries of American imperialism 340 PAGES • PAPER 978-0-8897-7414-8 • $25.95

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KEYWORDS Collaborative in design and execution, the books in the Keywords series bring together scholars across a wide range of disciplines in the humanities and social sciences, with each essay on a single term to help trace the contours and debates of a particular field. Providing accessible A-to-Z surveys of prevailing scholarly concepts, the books serve as flexible tools for carving out new areas of inquiry.

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American Cultural Studies, Second Edition

Edited by ERICA R. EDWARDS, RODERICK A. FERGUSON, and JEFFREY O.G. OGBAR

Edited by BRUCE BURGETT and GLENN HENDLER

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Children’s Literature

Disability Studies

Edited by PHILIP NEL and LISSA PAUL

Edited by RACHEL ADAMS, BENJAMIN REISS, and DAVID SERLIN

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Asian American Studies

Edited by JONI ADAMSON , WILLIAM A. GLEASON, and DAVID N. PELLOW

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Media Studies

Edited by DEBORAH R. VARGAS, NANCY RAQUEL MIRABAL, and LAWRENCE LA FOUNTAINSTOKES

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