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HIGHLIGHTS FEARING THE BLACK BODY The Racial Origins of Fat Phobia SABRINA STRINGS “[I]ncredible... makes the convincing argument that the thin ideal has always been racist.”—Bitch Media 304 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-8675-3 • $28.00

FIGHT LIKE A GIRL, SECOND EDITION How to be a Fearless Feminist MEGAN SEELY “Serving as both an introduction to feminism and a blueprint for what’s next for the movement, Fight Like a Girl is simply invaluable.” —Bay Windows 384 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-1010-9 • $28.00

IMAGINING QUEER METHODS

STAY WOKE

Edited by AMIN GHAZIANI and MATT BRIM “Provocative, timely, and fierce... both a case study and manifesto for why methods matter.”—Robyn Wiegman, author of Object Lessons

A People’s Guide to Making All Black Lives Matter TEHAMA LOPEZ BUNYASI and CANDIS WATTS SMITH “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 • Paper 978-1-4798-3648-2 • $18.95

336 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-2948-4 • $30.00

THE STONEWALL RIOTS A Documentary History 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

CAMMING Money, Power, and Pleasure in the Sex Work Industry ANGELA JONES “A groundbreaking book by the leading expert on the erotic webcam industry.” —Ronald Weitzer, author of Legalizing Prostitution

352 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-1685-9 • $35.00

344 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-7487-3 • $30.00 February 2020

WHITER

FIXING PARENTAL LEAVE

Asian American Women on Skin Color and Colorism Edited by NIKKI KHANNA Heartfelt accounts from Asian American women on their experiences with skin color bias, from being labeled “too dark” to challenging beauty standards 280 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-0029-2 • $25.00 March 2020

The Six Month Solution GAYLE KAUFMAN “Convincingly demonstrates that there is no need to choose between child wellbeing and parental equality.” —Kathleen Gerson, author of The Unfinished Revolution

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256 Pages • Cloth 978-1-4798-1036-9 • $27.00 January 2020


SEXUALITY NEW IN PAPERBACK 2019 PROSE Award for Anthropology, Criminology and Anthropology, Association of American Publishers

THE TRANS GENERATION

NEW IN PAPERBACK 2018 PROSE Award for US History, Association of American Publishers

TRUE SEX

How Trans Kids (and Their Parents) are Creating a Gender Revolution ANN TRAVERS “An astounding and essential qualitative study that collects heartfelt, honest anecdotes from a variety of transgender children and their parents.” —Foreword 288 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-4041-0• $18.95

The Lives of Trans Men at the Turn of the Twentieth Century EMILY SKIDMORE “Dynamic, compelling, and wholly original... an invaluable addition to LGBTQ studies.” —Foreword

FRAGMENTED CITIZENS

TRANSGRESSED

272 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-9568-7 • $19.95

NEW IN PAPERBACK The Changing Landscape of Gay and Lesbian Lives STEPHEN M. ENGEL “Meticulously researched and brimming with fascinating historical details. [A] considerable achievement.” —Contemporary Sociology 432 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-5347-2 • $25.00

Intimate Partner Violence in Transgender Lives XAVIER L. GUADALUPE-DIAZ Transgender survivors of violence tell their stories, shedding much-needed light on the dynamics of abuse that entrap trans partners in violent relationships 224 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-2785-5 • $28.00

GROWING UP QUEER

LEGALIZING SEX

Kids and the Remaking of LGBTQ Identity MARY ROBERTSON “[A] groundbreaking and timely book... a refreshing yet deep examination of the process of identification.” —The Advocate 224 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-7694-5 • $26.00 In the Critical Perspectives on Youth series

208 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-2636-0 • $30.00 January 2020

AVIDLY READS MAKING OUT KATHRYN BOND STOCKTON “It is a truth too rarely acknowledged that there is nothing better tan being both smart and fun: how lucky for us, then, that Avidly Reads books are both.”—Naomi Fry, staff writer at The New Yorker

Sexual Minorities, AIDS, and Citizenship in India CHAITANYA LAKKIMSETTI How the rise of HIV in India resulted in government protections for gay groups, transgender people, and sex workers

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SEXUAL CULTURES QUEER TIMES, BLACK FUTURES

ARCHIVING AN EPIDEMIC Art, AIDS, and the Queer Chicanx Avant-Garde ROBB HERNÁNDEZ Catalogs a queer retelling of the Chicana and Chicano art movement, from its origins in the 1960s, to the AIDS crisis and the destruction it wrought in the 1980s, and onto the remnants and legacies of these artists in the present 320 Pages • Paper • 978-1-4798-2083-2 • $29.00

KARA KEELING “Masterful... deeply engaging, wide ranging, 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 288 Pages • Paper 978-0-8147-4833-6 • $30.00

FROTTAGE Frictions of Intimacy across the Black Diaspora KEGURO MACHARIA Weaves together histories and theories of blackness and sexuality to generate a fundamentally new understanding of both the black diaspora and queer studies 224 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-6501-7 • $27.00

CRUISING UTOPIA, 10TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION The Then and There of Queer Futurity JOSÉ ESTEBAN MUÑOZ Foreword by JOSHUA CHAMBERS-LETSON, TAVIA NYONG’O, and ANN PELLEGRINI A 10th anniversary edition of this field defining work—an intellectual inspiration for a generation of LGBTQ scholars 280 Pages • Paper • 978-1-4798-7456-9 • $25.00

QUEER FAITH Reading Promiscuity and Race in the Secular Love Tradition MELISSA E. SANCHEZ “An incisive exploration of human sexuality’s many manifestations. . . . Sanchez engages her subject with humor... an enjoyable and outstanding piece of scholarship.”—Foreword 344 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-4086-1 • $35.00

TIMES SQUARE RED, TIMES SQUARE BLUE, 20TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION SAMUEL R. DELANY Foreword by ROBERT F. REIDPHARR “Measured but emotional, illuminating but challenging.” —The San Francisco Chronicle 240 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-2777-0 • $25.00

THE Sexual Cultures SERIES Now celebrating its 20th anniversary, the series seeks to expand the potential of queer theory by unfixing the subjects of LGBTQ studies. The series’ goal is to continue to expand what queer studies, queer theories, and queer publics can become.

GENERAL EDITORS Ann Pellegrini | New York University Tavia Nyong’o | Yale University Joshua Chambers-Letson | Northwestern University

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AFRO-FABULATIONS The Queer Drama of Black Life TAVIA NYONG’O “Expands our horizon of the possible in a dazzling and matchless performance.” —Saidiya Hartman, author of Lose Your Mother 280 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-8844-3 • $29.00


RACE & ETHNICITY OUR VOICES, OUR HISTORIES

ANTIRACISM

Asian American and Pacific Islander Women Edited by SHIRLEY HUNE and GAIL M. NOMURA Thirty-five authors explore the experiences of Asian American and Pacific Islander women in the US and beyond

An Introduction 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

520 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-7701-0 • $35.00 March 2020

224 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-2263-8 • $19.95 FORTHCOMING IN PAPERBACK

THE DARK FANTASTIC Race and the Imagination from Harry Potter to the Hunger Games EBONY ELIZABETH THOMAS “One of the most brilliant and woke explorations of race and speculative fiction I’ve ever read.”—Jacqueline Woodson, National Book Awardwinning author of Brown Girl Dreaming 240 Pages • Cloth • 978-1-4798-0065-0 • $28.00 In the Postmillenial Pop series

2019 William J. Goode Book Award, Family Section of the American Sociological Association Finalist, 2019 C. Wright Mills Award, Society for the Study of Social Problems

WHITE KIDS Growing Up with Privilege in a Racially Divided America MARGARET A. HAGERMAN “Brings to mind two words: must read.”—Starred, Foreword Reviews 280 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-0245-6 • $18.95 In the Critical Perspectives on Youth series Available February 2020

POLITICS FEMINIST ACCOUNTABILITY

ON INFERTILE GROUND

Disrupting Violence and Transforming Power ANN RUSSO “The essays in this book inspire a renewed commitment to a principled struggle for justice.”—Beth Richie, author of Arrested Justice 280 Pages • Paper 978-0-8147-7715-2 • $30.00

Population Control and Women’s Rights in the Era of Climate Change JADE S. SASSER “An impressive contribution to political ecology, feminist theory, and the pursuit of real reproductive justice.” —Betsy Hartmann, author of Reproductive Rights and Wrongs

Honorable Mention, 2019 Distinguished Book Award, Sex & Gender Section of the American Sociological Association

SURVIVING STATE TERROR Women’s Testimonies of Repression and Resistance in Argentina BARBARA SUTTON “A complex, creative, and powerful analysis of genderbased violence in Argentina’s clandestine detention centers.”—Cecilia Menjívar, author of Enduring Violence 328 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-2992-7 • $35.00

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FEMINIST MANIFESTOS A Global Documentary Reader Edited by PENNY A. WEISS “This extensive, rich, and diverse anthology of collective feminist declarations is a vital source for understanding the long, global history of feminism.”—Estelle B. Freedman, author of No Turning Back and The Essential Feminist Reader 704 Pages • Paper • 978-1-4798-3730-4 • $45.00

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HEALTH TOXIC SHOCK A Social History SHARRA L. VOSTRAL “Illuminates the centrality of shame in the history of US women’s health and health policy... as necessary as it is painful.”—Rebecca Herzig, author of Plucked 240 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-1549-4 • $27.00 In the Biopolitics series

REPRODUCTIVE INJUSTICE Racism, Pregnancy, and Premature Birth DANA-AIN DAVIS “The work is unique in that it is the first to focus on the subject as it relates to professional working women and provides evidence that black women across all classes still have a higher rate of premature births than other women.”—Library Journal 272 Pages • Paper • 978-1-4798-5357-1 • $30.00 In the Anthropologies of American Medicine series

PREGNANCY AND POWER, REVISED EDITION A History of Reproductive Politics in the United States RICKIE SOLINGER Revisiting the issues posed in the original edition, this book demonstrates how far the reproductive justice movement has come, and the renewed struggles it faces in the present moment 336 Pages • Paper • 978-1-4798-6650-2 • $27.00

THE MOVEMENT FOR REPRODUCTIVE JUSTICE Empowering Women of Color through Social Activism PATRICIA ZAVELLA Shows how reproductive justice organizations’ collaborative work across racial lines provides a compelling model for other groups to influence change 320 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-1270-7 • $32.00 In the Social Transformations in American Anthropology series • April 2020

YOUTH AND FAMILY THE KIDS ARE IN CHARGE Activism and Power in Peru’s Movement of Working Children JESSICA K. TAFT “A story of children modeling a new way of being together even as they push for political and institutional change.” —Allison J. Pugh, author of The Tumbleweed Society 272 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-5450-9• $30.00 In the Critical Perspectives on Youth series

“SAVE MY KID” How Families of Critically Ill Children Cope, Hope, and Negotiate an Unequal Healthcare System AMANDA M. GENGLER A frank analysis of the medical and emotional inequalities that pervade the healthcare process for critically ill children 256 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-6462-1 • $30.00

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BOUNDARIES OF LOVE Interracial Marriage and the Meaning of Race CHINYERE K. OSUJI “This nuanced and pathbreaking study is sure to challenge previous notions of interracial marriage.” —Edward Telles, author of Pigmentocracies 320 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-3145-6 • $32.00

SOCIAL POVERTY Low-Income Parents and the Struggle for Family and Community Ties SARAH HALPERN-MEEKIN “Makes worthy critiques to try to strengthen public policy to support relationship education.”—Institute for Family Studies 320 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-1689-7 • $30.00


CRIMINAL JUSTICE THE LITTLE OLD LADY KILLER The Sensationalized Crimes of Mexico’s First Female Serial Killer SUSANA VARGAS CERVANTES “[An] insightful study of the cultural construction of crime and criminals in Mexico.” —Pablo Piccato, author of A History of Infamy 304 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-5308-3 • $30.00 In the Alternative Criminology series

THE POLITICIZATION OF SAFETY Critical Perspectives on Domestic Violence Responses Edited by JANE K. STOEVER A look at gun control, campus sexual assault, and more that considers future responses to domestic violence 416 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-0628-7 • $35.00 In the Families, Law, and Society series

OUTLAW WOMEN Prison, Rural Violence, and Poverty on the New American Frontier SUSAN DEWEY, BONNIE ZARE, CATHERINE CONNOLLY, RHETT EPLER, and ROSEMARY BRATTON A journey into the experiences of incarcerated women in rural areas, revealing how location can reinforce gendered violence 272 Pages • Paper • 978-1-4798-8743-9 • $30.00

SEX AND STIGMA Stories of Everyday Life in Nevada’s Legal Brothels SARAH JANE BLITHE, ANNA WIEDERHOLD WOLFE and BREANNA MOHR An intimate and original look at the lives of Nevada’s legal sex workers through the voices of current and former employees 320 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-2070-2 • $30.00

HISTORY NEW IN PAPERBACK

HER OWN HERO

IN PURSUIT OF KNOWLEDGE

The Origins of the Women’s Self-Defense Movement WENDY L. ROUSE “Examines the self-defense movement through an intersectional feminist lens... a compelling read.”—Bitch Magazine

Black Women and Educational Activism in Antebellum America KABRIA BAUMGARTNER Uncovers the hidden role of girls and women in the desegregation of American education 320 Pages • Cloth 978-1-4798-2311-6 • $35.00 In the Early American Places series

288 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-0729-1 • $22.00 NEW IN PAPERBACK

FIRST LADIES OF THE REPUBLIC

THE MORAL PROJECT OF CHILDHOOD

Martha Washington, Abigail Adams, Dolley Madison, and the Creation of an Iconic American Role JEANNE E. ABRAMS “A compelling effort, and one that historians and the general public will profit from reading.” —American Historical Review 328 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-9050-7 • $18.95

Motherhood, Material Life, and Early Children’s Consumer Culture DANIEL THOMAS COOK Examines the Protestant origins of motherhood and the child consumer 256 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-1026-0 • $30.00 February 2020

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MEDIA STUDIES VIDEO GAMES HAVE ALWAYS BEEN QUEER

FAKE GEEK GIRLS Fan Culture, Gender, and the Convergence Culture Industry SUZANNE SCOTT A timely look at the gender biases of contemporary fan culture

BONNIE RUBERG Explores the resonances between queer theory and video games, arguing that experiences of difference and queerness have always been essential to games 288 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-4374-9 • $30.00 In the Postmillennial Pop series

288 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-7957-1 • $30.00 In the Critical Cultural Communication series

THE HOLLYWOOD JIM CROW

GRAFFITI GRRLZ

The Racial Politics of the Movie Industry MARYANN ERIGHA “Offers a provocative lens for understanding how entrenched the industry’s racial imbalances areand how the lack of people of color in top studio roles only perpetuates this inequality.”—The Atlantic 240 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-4787-7 • $25.00

Performing Feminism in the Hip Hop Diaspora JESSICA NYDIA PABÓNCOLÓN “Vibrant, complex, and totally engaging, Graffiti Grrlz recovers women’s presence in graffiti subcultures around the globe.”—Jessica Taft, author of Rebel Girls 320 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-9593-9 • $30.00

GAMER TROUBLE

DON’T USE YOUR WORDS!

Feminist Confrontations in Digital Culture AMANDA PHILLIPS Explores the ways identity politics play into controversies around video games

Children’s Emotions in a Networked World JANE JUFFER How children are taught to control their feelings and how they resist this emotional management through cultural production

256 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-3492-1 • $29.00 March 2020

304 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-3305-4 • $35.00

ALGORITHMS OF OPPRESSION How Search Engines Reinforce Racism SAFIYA UMOJA NOBLE “A wakeup call to bring awareness to the biases of the internet, and should motivate all concerned people to ask why those biases exist, and who they benefit.” —New York Journal of Books 256 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-3724-3 • $28.00

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GREAT FOR COURSES FINDING FEMINISM

BEYOND TRANS

Millennial Activists and the Unfinished Gender Revolution ALISON DAHL CROSSLEY “Crossley’s waveless conception of college students feminism stands out as an important analytical achievement.”—American Journal of Sociology

Does Gender Matter? HEATH FOGG DAVIS “Challenges readers to consider why binary sex identity categories are used so pervasively in our everyday lives.”—Starred, Publishers Weekly

256 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-8409-4 • $29.00

208 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-5808-8 • $18.00 In the LGBTQ Politics series

STRIPPED, SECOND EDITION

PLUCKED

Inside the Lives of Exotic Dancers BERNADETTE BARTON “Makes an impressive contribution to the sociology of work and its intersection with sex and gender studies at the theoretical and applied levels.”—American Journal of Sociology 256 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-1569-2 • $27.00

A History of Hair Removal REBECCA M. HERZIG “Well researched... this work covers not only the history of hair removal in America but the social issues and movements associated with body hair.”—Library Journal

NOT GAY

A BODY, UNDONE

Sex between Straight White Men JANE WARD “Confident and theoretically well-informed, and offers a rich, often counterintuitive and thought-provoking tour through straight white mens homosexual activities and their shifting meanings in history.” —Times Higher Education 240 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-2517-2 • $26.00 • In the Sexual Cultures series 2013 Distinguished Book Award, American Sociological Association Section on Race, Gender & Class

RESPECT YOURSELF, PROTECT YOURSELF Latina Girls and Sexual Identity LORENA GARCIA “A groundbreaking study... Garcia asks illuminating new questions that highlight how some Latina girls negotiate sexual safety and pleasure within the context of their racialized, classed, and gendered locations.” — Lourdes Torres, author of Puerto Rican Discourse 240 Pages • Paper • 978-0-8147-3317-2 • $27.00 In the Intersections series

280 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-5281-9 • $22.00 In the Biopolitics series

Living On After Great Pain CHRISTINA CROSBY “Asks readers to recognize how messy, precarious, and queer, in every sense of the word, life in a body can be.” —TheNewYorker.com 208 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-5316-8 • $17.00 In the Sexual Cultures series 2018 Outstanding Contribution to Scholarship Book Award, American Sociological Association’s Section on Race, Class, & Gender | Honorable Mention, 2018 Distinguished Contribution to Research Book Award, American Sociological Association’s Latina/o Sociology Section

LATINA TEACHERS Creating Careers and Guarding Culture GLENDA M. FLORES An unprecedented look at an understudied population, Latina Teachers presents an important picture of the women who are increasingly shaping the way America’s children are educated 272 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-1353-7 • $29.00 In the Latina/o Sociology series

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RELIGION SANCTIFIED SISTERS A History of Protestant Deaconesses JENNY WILEY LEGATH “A powerful tool for women and men to better understand the trajectory and history of their denominations’ attitudes about gender and power.” —Carol Coburn, Avila University 288 Pages • Cloth 978-1-4798-6063-0 • $35.00

SOLIDARITY AND DEFIANT SPIRITUALITY Africana Lessons on Religion, Racism, and Ending Gender Violence TRACI C. WEST “Radically innovative, critically startling, and defiantly embodied.”—Fulata Lusungu Moyo, Circle of Concerned African Women Theologians 336 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-3399-3 • $35.00 In the Religion and Social Transformation series

QUEER NUNS

RELIGION IN VOGUE

Religion, Activism, and Serious Parody MELISSA M. WILCOX “Beautifully demonstrates how serious political and social engagement can emerge from queer religious camp.” —Anthony M. Petro, author of After the Wrath of God 336 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-2036-8 • $30.00 In the Sexual Cultures series

Christianity and Fashion in America LYNN S. NEAL Explores how the fashion industry has contributed to religious change 288 Pages • Paper 978-1-4798-1359-9 • $28.00

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SUCH A PRETTY GIRL A Story of Struggle, Empowerment, and Disability Pride NADINA LASPINA “From pity to empowerment, a woman born with polio illuminates her personal changes in attitude and accomplishment amid sweeping societal changes in rights for the disabled.” —Starred Kirkus Review 352 Pages • Paper • 978-1-6133-2099-0 • $19.95

Participatory Practices for Planning Sustainable Communities VICTORIA DERR, LOUISE CHAWLA, and MARA MINTZER An illustrated, essential guide to engaging children and youth in the process of urban design 416 Pages • Paper • 978-1-6133-2100-3 • $$40.00

OPENINGS A Memoir from the Women’s Art Movement, New York City 1970-1992 SABRA MOORE Foreword by LUCY R. LIPPARD and MARGARET RANDALL An account of the women’s art movement in New York City from 1970 to 1992 and how these women created politically and personally effective art works, exhibitions,

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Distributed by NYU Press IN MY OWN MOCCASINS A Memoir of Resilience HELEN KNOTT An unflinching account of addiction, intergenerational trauma, and the wounds brought on by sexual violence 336 Pages • Cloth 978-0-8897-7644-9 • $19.95 In the Regina Collection series

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NYUPRESS.ORG/ UNIVERSITY-OF-REGINAPRESS RAW PrEP, Pedagogy, and the Politics of Barebacking Edited by RICKY VARGHESE Afterword by TIM DEAN Raw considers the question of sex without condoms, or barebacking, a timely topic in the age of PrEP, a drug that virtually eliminates the transmission of HIV 288 Pages • Paper 978-0-8897-7683-8 • $29.95 In the Exquisite Corpse series

MANUFACTURING URGENCY The Development Industry and Violence Against Women CORINNE MASON “An exceptionally well researched, written, organized and presented work of substantial and original scholarship.”—Helen Dumont, Midwest Book Review 240 Pages • Paper 978-0-8897-7471-1 • $29.95

UNIVERSITY OF REGINA PRESS ANGRY, QUEER SOMALI BOY A Complicated Memoir MOHAMED ABDULKARIM ALI “Both tragic and healing, Angry Queer Somali Boy offers resplendent writing that intimately grapples with placelessness, identity, and belonging, in all its forms.” —Huda Hassan, writer and researcher 144 Pages • Cloth 978-0-8897-7659-3 • $19.95 In the Regina Collection series

FLORENCE OF AMERICA A Feminist in the Age of McCarthyism FLORENCE BEAN JAMES With Jean Freeman The remarkable life of the woman who brought professional theater to Canada 272 Pages • Cloth 978-0-8897-7647-0 • $19.95 In the Regina Collection series

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. Who is a virgin? How do we lose our virginities? What if we regret our “first time”? 256 Pages • Paper 978-0-8897-7423-0 • $24.95 • In the Exquisite Corpse series

WOMEN WHO DIG Farming, Feminism, and the Fight to Feed the World TRINA MOYLES Weaving together the narratives of female farmers from across three continents, Women Who Dig offers a critical look at how women are responding to and, increasingly, rising up against, the injustices of the global food system 300 Pages • Paper • 978-0-8897-7527-5 • $27.95

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