Anna J. Clutterbuck-Cook

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Jesus and John Wayne: How White Evangelicals Corrupted a Faith and Fractured a Nation

This timely exploration helps readers place President Trump and his supporters in the context of white Christian America’s reaction to mid-20th-century social justice activism.

Unholy: Why White Evangelicals Worship at the Altar of Donald Trump

Highly recommended for those seeking to understand how white evangelicals developed political power.
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Conventionally Yours

In the end, this captivating, nerdy romance delivers a satisfying happily ever after.
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Supporting Trans People in Libraries

Well worth reading for library staff at any level seeking to improve their gender-inclusive practices.

Taji from Beyond the Rings

This sf queer romance includes some violence, as well as discussion and depiction of sexual coercion and abuse, but is overall fiercely joyful. It will be welcomed by fans of Cooper (Let There Be Light) and new readers seeking nuanced world- and relationship building.
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Overturning Brown: The Segregationist Legacy of the Modern School Choice Movement

This brief treatment will likely seem cursory to scholars of race, racism, and education in U.S. history, but those unfamiliar with the topic will emerge with a new understanding of how indelibly racism has shaped our collective attitudes and policies regarding the public provision of education for all.

Her Neighbor’s Wife: A History of Lesbian Desire Within Marriage

With close reading and deep analysis, Gutterman weaves a thoughtful cultural history that insists on the sexual and relationship agency of midcentury wives and demonstrates that outwardly heterosexual marriages have, at times, indeed contained queer possibilities.
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Best Lesbian Erotica of the Year

The stories in this volume have strong themes of explicitly negotiated kink, as well as more subtle forms of power play among partners; readers who enjoy erotica with these elements will likely find this latest in the long-running series especially delicious reading.

Teaching About Race and Racism in the College Classroom: Notes from a White Professor

Addressing racism in the classroom is difficult but vital. This insightful and accessible resource is recommended for educators in any discipline, at any level, who want to speak more effectively about race and racism.

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