In Awkward Politics, Carrie Smith-Prei and Maria Stehle suggest that awkwardness offers a means of engaging with twenty-first century feminist activism.
In Afro-Atlantic Flight, Michelle Commander traces how post-civil rights Black Americans visit Africa to heal the dispossession caused by the slave trade.
In Communications Law and Practice, Stuart Brotman provides useful insights into communications law and policy, including digital media developments.
In Poseidon’s Curse, Christopher Magra interprets the American Revolution from the vantage point of the Atlantic Ocean.
In Virtual Competition: The Promise and Perils of the Algorithm-Driven Economy, Ariel Ezrachi and Maurice Stucke invite us to take a harder look at today’s app-assisted paradise of digital shopping.
In Regeneration through Empire: French Pronatalists and Colonial Settlement in the Third Republic, 1870-1940, Margaret Andersen explores the intersection between colonial lobbyists and pronatalists in France’s Third Republic.