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Subjects
Recording History Jews, Muslims, and Music across Twentieth-Century North Africa Christopher Silver
The Souls of White Jokes How Racist Humor Fuels White Supremacy Raúl Pérez
Enacting the Security Community ASEAN's Never-ending Story Stéphanie Martel
Transnational Palestine Migration and the Right of Return before 1948 Nadim Bawalsa
The Right to Be Counted The Urban Poor and the Politics of Resettlement in Delhi Sanjeev Routray
Permanent Revolution Reflections on Capitalism Wyatt Wells
Racial Baggage Mexican Immigrants and Race Across the Border Sylvia Zamora
The College Devaluation Crisis Market Disruption, Diminishing ROI, and an Alternative Future of Learning Jason Wingard
Azusa Reimagined A Radical Vision of Religious and Democratic Belonging Keri Day
Writing the Mind Social Cognition in Nineteenth-Century American Fiction Hannah Walser
Building Downtown Los Angeles The Politics of Race and Place in Urban America Leland T. Saito