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New Books: Recently Added (or Coming Soon!) to our Collections
Redlining Culture: A Data History of Racial IInequality and Postwar Fiction by
Call Number: PS 153 .N5 S63 2021 (also available as e-book)
Publication Date: Columbia UP 2021
"A vital and provocative work for American literary studies, critical race studies, and the digital humanities, Redlining Culture shows the importance of data and computational methods for understanding and challenging racial inequality."
Working in the Context of Austerity: Challenges and Struggles by
Call Number: HD 7261 .W65 2021
Publication Date: Bristol UP 2021
"With an international team of editors and authors from Europe, North America and Australia, this illuminating collection goes beyond a sole focus on public sector work and uniquely covers the impact of austerity on work across the private, public and voluntary spheres."
The Oxford Handbook of Feminist Philosophy by
Call Number: HQ 1190 .O974 2021
Publication Date: Oxford UP 2021
"Authors cover topics ranging from the ways in which feminist philosophy attends to other systems of oppression, and the gendered, racialized, and classed assumptions embedded in philosophical concepts, to feminist perspectives on prominent subfields of philosophy."
Constitutional Politics in Multinational Democracies by
Call Number: On order -- coming soon!
Publication Date: MQUP 2021
"[E]xperts on multinational democracies [...] analyze the claims of minority nations about their political future and the responses they elicit through constitutional politics."
Recently Featured Books
An Anthology of Indigenous Literatures in English: Voices from Canada by
Call Number: PS 8235 .I6 A56 2020
Publication Date: Oxford UP, 2020
“Emphasizing the importance of the oral tradition, the newly revised and expanded anthology offers a diverse selection of graphic and short stories, songs, poems, plays, letters, and essays by exceptional writers from First Nations, Inuit, and Metis communities across Canada."
Feminist Media Studies by
Call Number: P 96 .F46 H38 2019
Publication Date: Polity, 2020
"Adopting an intersectional approach [...] Alison Harvey takes a global view of gendered practices in and around the media."