This volume examines how Saving Our Lives Hear Our Truths, or SOLHOT, a radical youth intervention, provides a space for the creative performance and expression of Bl
- In this pathbreaking study, Fiona I. B. Ngô examines how geographies of U.S. empire were perceived and enacted during the 1920s and 1930s.
- In The Gift of Freedom, Mimi Thi Nguyen develops a new understanding of contemporary United States empire and its self-interested claims to provide for others the advantage of human freedom.
- Moving Beyond Borders is the first book-length history of Black health care workers in Canada, delving into the experiences of thirty-five postwar-era nurses who were born in Canada or who immigrated from t
- Jodi A. Byrd explores how indigeneity functions as transit, a trajectory of movement serving as precedent within U.S. imperial history.
- The Restructuring of South African Higher Education: Rocky Roads from Policy Formulation to Institutional Mergers, 2001-2005Before 1994, South Africa supported 36 higher education institutions as part of its apartheid legacy.
- This book passionately illustrates why the celebration of Black girlhood is essential.
- "Challenging Fiction" is a double entendre.
- Fur Nation traces the interwoven relationships between sexuality, national identity, and colonialism. <
- Queering the Color Line transforms previous understandings of how homosexuality was “invented” as a category of identity in the United States beginning in the late nineteenth century.