Collisions at the Crossroads:
How Place and Mobility Make Race
Genevieve Carpio ’05, assistant professor of Chicana and Chicano studies at UCLA, examines policies and forces restricting free movement—from bicycle ordinances to incarceration—and how they constructed racial hierarchies in Los Angeles and the Inland Empire.
Luxury, Blue Lace
S. Brook Corfman ’13 offers poetry exploring the overlapping personalities that can be found in one person. His poems earned him a starred Publishers Weekly review, praising it as “a work of rare beauty and thoughtfulness.”
More Than Birding:
Observations from Antarctica, Madagascar, and Bhutan
In this travel memoir, Harriet Denison ’65 shares her adventures in birding, animal encounters and cultural experiences in breathtaking locations on three continents.
Learning to Be a Foreigner:
Field Notes from Sichuan
In this novel, Nancy E. Dollahite ’64 tells a love story between a woman and a country and a woman and a man, based on her experience living in China in the 980s.
Buzz Stories at Thirty Thousand Feet
David Price ’71, son of the late Harrison “Buzz” Price, writes about his father, best known for determining by mathematical formulas where to build Disneyland and Walt Disney World.
One Step Short of the Presidency
David P. Green ’58 profiles and examines the candidates who didn’t make it to the White House, from Republican Wendell Willkie in 1940 to Democrat Hillary Clinton in 2016.
The Philosophical Baroque:
On Autopoietic Modernities
Erik S. Roraback ’89, who teaches critical theory, international cinema and U.S. literature at Charles University, reframes modernity as a multicentury baroque, as part of the Literary Modernism book series.
The Nature of Hope:
Grassroots Organizing, Environmental Justice, and Political Change
Professor of Environmental Analysis Char Miller is the co-editor of this collection of essays exploring how ordinary citizens have come together to organize action for environmental justice.