Anna J. Clutterbuck-Cook

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Here She Is: The Complicated Reign of the Beauty Pageant in America

An accessible study of beauty pageant culture, this is an engaging, thought-provoking read.

The Sex Obsession: Perversity and Possibility in American Politics

Highly recommended for those seeking greater clarity about how sex, race, and gender are mobilized in American political life.

The Care and Feeding of Waspish Widows

Once again, Waite (The Lady’s Guide to Celestial Mechanics) offers up a tale of women falling in love within a richly realized world of relationships and responsibilities, including ties to a constellation of queer people living and loving in the fissures of social convention.
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A City Divided: Race, Fear and the Law in Police Confrontations

Dense with legal detail, this work is legible to general readers with a strong interest in thinking critically about the violent intersection of racism and policing in American life.

Glitter Up the Dark: How Pop Music Broke the Binary

Geffen’s clear love and deep knowledge of the subject, along with insightful historical and critical arguments about the intertwining of gender and music, make this a deliciously necessary read for anyone interested in either pop culture or gender studies.

Starcrossed

Readers will be yearning for more the minute they finish the final page.
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He’s Come Undone: A Romance Anthology

This hefty anthology offers readers five delicious stories, each with its own unique atmosphere and dynamic.
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Her Lady’s Honor

Dahlia (Ode to the Banh Mi) presents a charming love story, though readers may struggle to understand what draws Nell and Beatrice together aside from Beatrice’s need to flee her abusive situation. That Nell’s privilege ultimately secures that escape complicates the path to a truly consensual happily ever after.
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Perchance To DREAM: A Legal and Political History of the DREAM Act and DACA

This scholarly work will further and aid in-depth research on U.S. history, law, politics of immigration, and higher education.

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