Sarah Schroeder

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The Right to Sex: Feminism in the Twenty-First Century

This exceptionally well-written collection is among the most insightful works yet about sex in modern culture. It effectively merges academic analysis with lived experience in an accessible read that will interest readers from diverse professional and personal backgrounds.
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Rigged Justice: How the College Admissions Scandal Ruined an Innocent Man’s Life

Detailed and compelling, though not as nuanced as it could have been, this memoir unearths particulars of the scandal that casual news readers may have missed. It will appeal most to readers with a strong interest in the Varsity Blues scandal.
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Ratchetdemic: Reimagining Academic Success

This engaging book makes its points clearly and effectively; even readers with decades of classroom experience will come away with new knowledge and perspectives. A must-read for educators, students, parents, and anyone with a vested interest in an equal education system.
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Learning in Public: Lessons for a Racially Divided America from My Daughter’s School

The author’s choice to share her own story is laudable, and her work effectively unpacks the ways white Americans engage in racist and economically disadvantaging structures. It is, by design, a largely one-sided narrative, but one that many readers, especially parents of young children, will appreciate.
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Not a Nation of Immigrants: Settler Colonialism, White Supremacy, and a History of Erasure and Exclusion

A dense account covering a vast range of topics; overall, a great contribution to the study of U.S. history. Though it’s better suited to scholars than casual readers, this thought-provoking account will prove insightful for all.

Sometimes I Trip on How Happy We Could Be

Memoir readers who appreciate unpredictability, candor, and pop culture will enjoy this book and may very well find themselves thinking about it even weeks after they’ve finished it.
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The Man Who Hated Women: Sex, Censorship, and Civil Liberties in the Gilded Age

Both entertaining and informative, this volume will appeal to readers interested in feminism, freedom of speech and the press, and U.S. history in general.
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All Made Up: The Power and Pitfalls of Beauty Culture, from Cleopatra to Kim Kardashian

While at times this book can feel jumbled because of how much content it seeks to cover, the topic and analysis are welcome and insightful, and the global nature of the coverage is especially appreciated.
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My Name Is Selma: The Remarkable Memoir of a Jewish Resistance Fighter and Ravensbrück Survivor

There are many extraordinary books written by survivors of the Holocaust, and this numbers among them. The author’s voice, strength, and pain are palpable throughout; everyone can benefit from reading her story.
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