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Feeling Religion

01/12/2017, £20.99
The contributors to Feeling Religion analyze the historical and contemporary entwinement of emotion, religion, spirituality, and secularism.

Jezebel Unhinged: Loosing the Black Female Body in Religion & Culture

16/10/2018, £19.99
In Jezebel Unhinged Tamura Lomax traces the use of the jezebel trope in the black church and in black popular culture, showing how it is pivotal to reinforcing men's cultural and institutional power to discipline and define black girlhood and womanho

Little Man, Little Man

01/01/2018, £17.99
James Baldwin’s only children’s book, Little Man, Little Man celebrates and explores the challenges and joys of black childhood.

Me and My House: James Baldwin's Last Decade in France

27/04/2018, £21.99
James Baldwin lived his last 16 years in a sprawling house nicknamed "Chez Baldwin." This book employs Baldwin's home space as a lens through which to eplore the politics and poetics of blackness, queerness, and domesticity in his later works.

Migrants and City-Making: Dispossession, Displacement, & Urban Regeneration

01/01/2019, £20.99
In Migrants and City-Making Ayse Çaglar and Nina Glick Schiller trace the participation of migrants in the unequal networks of power that connect their lives to regional, national, and global institutions.

None Like Us: Blackness, Belonging, Aest

01/10/2018, £17.99
It passes for an unassailable truth that the slave past provides an explanatory prism for understanding the black political present. In None Like Us Stephen Best reappraises what he calls "melancholy historicism"-a kind of crime scene investigation

Terrorist Assemblages: Homonationalism in Queer Times

01/12/2017, £23.99
Ten years on, Terrorist Assemblages remains one of the most influential queer theory texts and continues to reverberate across multiple political landscapes, activist projects, and scholarly pursuits.

The Queer Commons

01/11/2018, £8.99
The conventional idea of the commons-a resource managed by the community that uses it-might appear anachronistic as global capitalism attempts to privatize and commodify social life.
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