The Vote Collectors | Michael Graff | University of North Carolina Press
In November 2018, Baptist preacher Mark Harris beat the odds, narrowly fending off a blue wave in the sprawling Ninth District of North Carolina. But word so...
An Afro-Indigenous History of the United States
The first intersectional history of the Black and Native American struggle for freedom in our country that also reframes our understanding of who was Indigenous in early America
Winter in America | Daniel Robert McClure | University of North Carolina Press
Neoliberalism took shape in the 1930s and 1940s as a transnational political philosophy and system of economic, political, and cultural relations. Resting on...
Limited Choices: Mable Jones, a Black Children's Nurse in a Northern White Household
When interviewed by the Charlottesville, Virginia, Ridge Street Oral History Project, which documented the lives of Black residents in the 1990s, Mable Jones described herself as a children’s nurse, recounting her employment in New York City in the 1940s and 1950s. Emily Abel and Margaret Nelson, whose mother employed Jones, use the interview and their own childhood memories
The Spirit of Our Work
An exploration of how engaging identity and cultural heritage can transform teaching and learning for Black women educators in the name of justice and freedom in the classroom In The Spirit of Our Work, Dr. Cynthia Dillard centers the spiritual lives of Black women educators and their students, arguing that spirituality has guided Black people throughout the diaspora. She demonstrates how Black women teachers and teacher educators can heal, resist, and (re)member their identities in ways…
Intellect Books | PUNK! Las Américas Edition : Edited by Olga Rodríguez-Ulloa, Rodrigo Quijano of and Shane Greene, Series edited by Russ Bestley, Mike Dines, Paula Guerra and Alastair Gordon
PUNK! Las Américas Edition; A critical refashioning of punk to suggest it emerges from within the long-term historical experience of las Américas in all their plurality. A collage-like juxtaposition of punk perspectives from across the entire hemisphere and via divergent contributions. 71 b/w illus.
Choctaw Confederates | Fay A. Yarbrough | University of North Carolina Press
When the Choctaw Nation was forcibly resettled in Indian Territory in present-day Oklahoma in the 1830s, it was joined by enslaved Black people—the tribe h...
Career and Family
A renowned economic historian traces women’s journey to close the gender wage gap and sheds new light on the continued struggle to achieve equity between couples at home
Sweat and Salt Water: Selected Works
On 21 March 2017, Associate Professor Teresia Kieuea Teaiwa passed away at the age of forty-eight. News of Teaiwa’s death precipitated an extraordinary outpouring of grief unmatched in the Pacific studies community since Epeli Hau‘ofa’s passing in 2009. Mourners referenced Teaiwa’s nurturing interactions with numerous students and colleagues, her innovative program-building at Victoria University of Wellington, her inspiring presence at numerous conferences around the globe, her feminist and…
Sound of the Border: Music and Identity of Korean Minority Nationality in China
Using ethnographic data collected in China and South Korea between 2004 and 2011, author Sunhee Koo provides a comprehensive view of the music of Koreans in China (Chaoxianzu), from its time as man…
Morbid Undercurrents: Medical Subcultures in Postrevolutionary France (Cornell University Press)
Title: Morbid Undercurrents: Medical Subcultures in Postrevolutionary France. Author: Sean M. Quinlan. Publisher: Cornell University Press, 2021. Indexer: Amron Gravett, Wild Clover Book Services, www.amrongravett.com