The Leatherby Libraries would like to highlight new Chapman faculty publications and e-Book titles that focus on LGBTQ+, environment, and racial justice.
Peace Studies and Sociology Professor Dr. Lisa Leitz is author of Power and Protest : How Marginalized Groups Oppose the State and Other Institutions.
Food Science Program Professor Dr. Rosalee Hellberg is co-editor of Food fraud a global threat with public health and economic consequences.
Take a look at other featured books for April:
- The experiences of queer students of color at historically white institutions : navigating intersectional identities on campus
- Brown trans figurations : rethinking race, gender, and sexuality in Chicanx/Latinx studies
- Violence against LGBTQ+ persons : research, practice, and advocacy
- Sexual orientation and teacher identity : professionalism and LGBTQ politics in teacher preparation and practice
- Poor queer studies : confronting elitism in the university
- Queer and trans migrations : dynamics of illegalization, detention, and deportation
- The savvy ally : a guide for becoming a skilled LGBTQ + advocate
- Reparative environmental justice in a world of wounds
- A field guide to climate anxiety how to keep your cool on a warming planet
- The intersection of environmental justice, climate change, community, and the ecology of life
- Environmental racism in the United States and Canada : seeking justice and sustainability
- Specters of belonging : the political life cycle of Mexican migrants
- Finding Latinx : in search of the voices redefining Latino identity
- The sense of brown
- Visualizing equality : African American rights and visual culture in the nineteenth century
- Spectres from the past : slavery and the politics of history in West African and African-American literature
- Stereotypes : the incidence and impacts of bias
- Trouble of the world : slavery and empire in the age of capital
Please Note: Some e-books may be unavailable for a period of time due to the number of users who can check-out the e-books simultaneously.
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