Urban Studies; Queer Studies
"The Roads to Hillbrow is a joyous ride through the past and legacy of this amazing Johannesburg neighborhood. Tracking the historical origin and important milestones of Hillbrow, the book traces some of the remarkable (and colorful) people and events that have characterized this fascinating and often misunderstood area of Johannesburg."
Animal studies; Feminist thought
“Drawing on rich interviews, personal experience, and extensive reading of fiction, sociology, and history, Halley’s Horse Crazy gives us girl-with-horse—its meaning, its influences, its ramifications. In my youth, I was gloriously a girl-with-horse, but it is only after reading Halley’s illuminating and fascinating book that I comprehend its profoundly transformative power.”
–Carol J Adams
Feminist thought; Queer studies
“A beautifully written handbook on understanding how systems of power and privilege warp, cloud, and distort human sexual and gender experience. I think the concluding section will save many lives, as the authors offer realistic hopes based on existing social progress.”
Memoir; Social History
“This book is a tour de force, a magnificent performance in its own right.”
–Norman K Denzin
Social Science; Critical Race Theory
“Seeing White engagingly makes whiteness into a problem – one needing to be investigated in all its human and inhumane dimensions.”
Sociology; Family Studies
“Brilliantly conceived… Boundaries of Touch
offers readers a rare opportunity to rethink their ‘common knowledge’ about child rearing.”
"The essays in this volume are evidence of what Patricia Clough identifies as an affective turn in the humanities and social sciences."