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08
Mar

International Women’s Day Reading List

March 8th is International Women’s Day, and to recognize the ongoing struggle for equal rights for women across the world, UC Press is spotlighting books that shine light on the issues facing …

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27
Sep

Author Q&A with Jasmin Sandelson

My Girls explores the overlooked yet transformative power of female friendship in a low-income Boston-area neighborhood. In this innovative and compassionate book, researcher Jasmin Sandelson joins teenage girls in their homes, at their …

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15
Nov

Gender and the Criminal-Legal System

By Shelly Clevenger and Jordana N. Navarro, authors of Gendering Criminology: Crime and Justice Today In Gendering Criminology, we take readers on an exploration of how gender informs major criminological perspectives and …

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21
Jun

Marc Stein: How to Become a Queer Historian

This interview was originally published on Public Seminar and is reproduced here with permission. Marc Stein is Professor of History at San Francisco State University, where he teaches U.S. law, politics, sexuality, …

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