Home > New Book Tuesday New Book Tuesday! Knowledge, Power, and Academic Freedom; The Dream Revisted; Fixing Landscape; and more! Our weekly list of new releases is now available. The Dream RevisitedContemporary Debates About Housing, Segregation, and OpportunityEdited by Ingrid Gould Ellen and Justin Peter Steil Knowledge, Power, and Academic FreedomJoan Wallach Scott Targeting Top TerroristsUnderstanding Leadership Removal in Counterterrorism StrategyBryan C. Price Fixing LandscapeA Techno-Poetic History of China’s Three GorgesCorey Byrnes Barbara Budrich Publishers Gender in FocusIdentities, Codes, Stereotypes, and PoliticsEdited by Andreea Zamfira, Christian de Montlibert, and Daniela Radu Categories:New Book Tuesday Tags:Andreea ZamfiraBarbara Budrich PublishersBryan C. PriceBryan PriceChristian de MontlibertCorey ByrnesDaniela RaduFixing LandscapeGender in FocusIngrid Gould EllenJoan Wallach ScottJustin Peter SteilKnowledge Power and Academic FreedomTargeting Top TerroristsThe Dream Revisited Related Posts Book of the Week / New Book Tuesday New Book Tuesday! Social Media and the Public Interest, Nexus of Global Jihad, Barriers Down Author Post/Op-Ed / Black History Month / Book of the Week The Struggle for Equal Access to Neighborhood Resources and Opportunities Shifts to the State and Local LevelBy Ingrid Gould Ellen and Justin Peter Steil Author Post/Op-Ed / Book of the Week / Current Events / Feminist Theory / Gender Studies / Women's Studies Joan Wallach Scott on the Enduring Culture of Masculinity Author Post/Op-Ed / Book of the Week / Current Events / Gender Studies / Women's Studies Joan Wallach Scott Responds to “The Nightmare Begins” Book Excerpt / Book of the Week / Feminist Theory / History / Politics / Women's Studies Gender and the Politics of History: An Excerpt Women's Studies Join us in Celebrating Women’s History Month 2019 New Book Tuesday New Book Tuesday! Oath Keepers, On the Judgment of History, and Modern Sufis and the State Book Giveaway / Book of the Week / Feminist Theory / Gender Studies / Women's Studies Book Giveaway! Gender and the Politics of History: thirtieth anniversary edition Leave a Reply Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment. Prev Post Book Excerpt! Redemption by Friedrich Gorenstein (chapter 3) Next Post How Do You Prepare for Retirement, When You Don’t Want to Stop Working?