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New! DEI Ebook Collection Updated!

by Amanda Raab on 2023-11-10T11:24:00-05:00 in Africana, Gender, and Identity Studies | 0 Comments

As OhioLINK members, OWU has access to a new ebook collection focusing on issues of race, gender, and inclusion in America. The collection is available via the Ebook Central platform.

Here are this semester's new titles: 

Title Link
Appalachia on the Table : Representing Mountain Food and People
Oconaluftee : The History of a Smoky Mountain Valley
All the Things They Said We Couldn't Have : Stories of Trans Joy
Women, Empires, and Body Politics at the United Nations, 1946-1975
Crip Colony : Mestizaje, US Imperialism, and the Queer Politics of Disability in the Philippines
Workers of All Colors Unite : Race and the Origins of American Socialism
Losing the Precious Few : How America Fails to Educate Its Minorities in Science and Engineering
Shirley Chisholm : Champion of Black Feminist Power Politics
Children, Deafness, and Deaf Cultures in Popular Media
At Risk : Black Youth and the Creative Imperative in the Post-Civil Rights Era
Drastic Dykes and Accidental Activists : Queer Women in the Urban South
Literacy in a Long Blues Note : Black Women's Literature and Music in the Late Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries
Ain't but a Few of Us : Black Music Writers Tell Their Story
Race and Biblical Studies : Antiracism Pedagogy for the Classroom
Queer Readings of the Centurion at Capernaum : Their History and Politics
Reparative Universities : Why Diversity Alone Won't Solve Racism in Higher Ed
The Fifth Border State : Slavery, Emancipation, and the Formation of West Virginia, 1829-1872
The Pocket Guide to Neurodiversity
Making Our Future : Visionary Folklore and Everyday Culture in Appalachia
Something in These Hills : The Culture of Family Land in Southern Appalachia
Sounds of Tohi : Cherokee Health and Well-Being in Southern Appalachia
Distancing Representations in Transgender Film : Identification, Affect, and the Audience
Latinx Belonging : Community Building and Resilience in the United States
Dream Books and Gamblers : Black Women's Work in Chicago's Policy Game
Indigenous Economics : Sustaining Peoples and Their Lands
Sex Trafficking and Human Rights : The Status of Women and State Responses
Disability Dialogues : Advocacy, Science, and Prestige in Postwar Clinical Professions
Women in Wildlife Science : Building Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
African American Workers and the Appalachian Coal Industry
Another Appalachia : Coming up Queer and Indian in a Mountain Place
Racial Subjection Theory in Higher Education : Re-Envisioning Racial Identities, Interests, and Inequities
The Healing Stage : Black Women, Incarceration, and the Art of Transformation
Who Gets to Go Back-To-the-Land? : Gender and Race in U. S. Self-Sufficiency Popular Culture
From Character to Color : The Impact of Critical Race Theory on American Education
Young, Gifted and Missing : The Underrepresentation of African American Males in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Disciplines
Constellating Home : Trans and Queer Asian American Rhetorics
Entrepreneurship, Neurodiversity and Gender : Exploring Opportunities for Enterprise and Self-Employment As Pathways to Fulfilling Lives
Violent Differences : The Importance of Race in Sexual Assault Against Queer Men
Sexy Like Us : Disability, Humor, and Sexuality
Riding Jane Crow : African American Women on the American Railroad
My Black Motherhood : Mental Health, Stigma, Racism and the System
The Transformative Potential of LGBTQ+ Children's Picture Books
Racism and the Making of Gay Rights : A Sexologist, His Student, and the Empire of Queer Love
Scripts of Blackness : Early Modern Performance Culture and the Making of Race
Buy Black : How Black Women Transformed US Pop Culture
Adaptations of Mental and Cognitive Disability in Popular Media
Queer Country
A House for the Struggle : The Black Press and the Built Environment in Chicago
The #ActuallyAutistic Guide to Advocacy : Step-By-Step Advice on How to Ally and Speak up with Autistic People and the Autism Community
Everyday Dirty Work : Invisibility, Communication, and Immigrant Labor
Babylost : Racism, Survival, and the Quiet Politics of Infant Mortality, from a to Z
Love and Abolition : The Social Life of Black Queer Performance
Medicine, Education, and the Arts in Contemporary Native America : Strong Women, Resilient Nations
Racial Equity on College Campuses : Connecting Research and Practice
Investing in the Educational Success of Black Women and Girls
City of Dispossessions : Indigenous Peoples, African Americans, and the Creation of Modern Detroit
College Success for Students on the Autism Spectrum : A Neurodiversity Perspective
Community Organizing and Community Building for Health and Social Equity, 4th Edition
Queer Data : Using Gender, Sex and Sexuality Data for Action
Maria W. Stewart and the Roots of Black Political Thought
Muslims of the Heartland : How Syrian Immigrants Made a Home in the American Midwest
Working with Autistic Transgender and Non-Binary People : Research, Practice and Experience
The Harlan Renaissance : Stories of Black Life in Appalachian Coal Towns
Autism Spectrum Disorder, Developmental Disabilities, and the Criminal Justice System : Breaking the Cycle
Across the Spectrum : A Journey Towards Understanding and Supporting Autistic Individuals
Doing Accessible Social Research : A Practical Guide
Becoming Disabled : Forging a Disability View of the World
Black to Nature : Pastoral Return and African American Culture
Normalizing Mental Illness and Neurodiversity in Entertainment Media : Quieting the Madness
The Indigenous Paradox : Rights, Sovereignty, and Culture in the Americas
Storytelling in Queer Appalachia : Imagining and Writing the Unspeakable Other
The Disabled Church : Human Difference and the Art of Communal Worship
Reproduction on the Reservation : Pregnancy, Childbirth, and Colonialism in the Long Twentieth Century
Straddling Class in the Academy : 26 Stories of Students, Administrators, and Faculty from Poor and Working-Class Backgrounds and Their Compelling Lessons for Higher Education Policy and Practice
New Ways of Understanding Autism
After Coal : Stories of Survival in Appalachia and Wales
Unwhite : Appalachia, Race, and Film
Gone Home : Race and Roots Through Appalachia
The News Untold : Community Journalism and the Failure to Confront Poverty in Appalachia
Naming Adult Autism : Culture, Science, Identity

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