David Azzolina

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Nightmare Factories: The Asylum in the American Imagination

Will appeal to a broad range of readers, from academics interested in the history of medicine and popular culture, to general readers seeking social history rooted in an imaginative variety of sources.

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For the Love of Men: A New Vision for Mindful Masculinity

This heartfelt, recommended book will find a welcome place for general readers interested in a clearly argued analysis of the current gender environment.

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Cruising: An Intimate History of a Radical Pastime

Recommended for LGBT and contemporary culture collections.

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Out of the Shadows: Reimagining Gay Men’s Lives

The stated primary audience is gay men, but Odets believes that all can profit from and recognize themselves in the emotional content

Headcase: LGBTQ Writers & Artists on Mental Health and Wellness

This terrific and essential work will benefit all readers, especially therapists and anyone concerned with the mental health of sexual minorities as fellow human travelers.
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Care Work: Dreaming Disability Justice

Beginning with its very title, concepts that may be new to many readers abound in this vital work. Besides appealing to people with disabilities, those interested in social justice will be engaged as well.
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How Does It Feel To Be Unwanted? Stories of Resistance and Resilience from Mexicans Living in the United States

Truax's book is special because it tells riveting personal stories while making the case for a more humane immigration policy that will make even the most callous public official soften. Highly recommended for all readers.
PREMIUM

How Does It Feel To Be Unwanted? Stories of Resistance and Resilience from Mexicans Living in the United States

Truax's book is special because it tells riveting personal stories while making the case for a more humane immigration policy that will make even the most callous public official soften. Highly recommended for all readers.
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I Can't Date Jesus: Love, Sex, Family, Race, and Other Reasons I've Put My Faith in Beyoncé

Arceneaux is forthcoming in such a way that readers will feel like they're having a conversation with a good friend; a personal story for all readers.

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