Blacks and Whites in Christian America: How Racial Discrimination Shapes Religious Convictions
by Jason Shelton, Associate Professor
Winner of the C. Calvin Smith Book Award from the Southern Conference on African American Studies. Jason Shelton and Michael Emerson explore why racial differences in belief and practice exist among white and black members of American Protestantism.
Fertility Holidays: IVF Tourism and the Reproduction of Whiteness
By Amy Speier, Assistant Professor
Fertility Holidays examines the experiences of white, working class North Americans who travel to Central Europe for donor egg in vitro fertilization.
The Shores of Tripoli: Lieutenant Putnam and the Barbary Pirates
By James L. Haley ('75 BA, political science)
The Shores of Tripoli, the first novel in a series, features young midshipman Bliven Putnam as he begins his naval service aboard the U.S.S. Enterprise.
The Complete Guide to Bird Photography: Field Techniques for Birders and Nature Photographers
By Jeffrey Rich ('11 MA, science/curriculum)
Jeffrey Rich details the tools you will need to capture artful and evocative images. He also shares insights on bird behavior that will help capture images of even the most elusive subjects.
Labor of Love: Gestational Surrogacy and the Work of Making Babies
By Heather Jacobson, Associate Professor
In Labor of Love, Heather Jacobson offers a critical analysis of attitudes that emerge when the act of bringing a child into the world becomes an occupation.