Content alert: Two of the titles in the list below uses a racist word for Black people. Read more about the Libraries’ approach to racist language that appears in our collection in our Harmful Language Statement.
Gleeson selectors and faculty requests have added ebooks on colonial Catholicism, postcolonial cinema, and more…
- Simple passion by Annie Ernaux ; translated by Tanya Leslie (1 user)
- The pleasure trap: mastering the hidden force that undermines health & happiness by Douglas J. Lisle and Alan Goldhamer (unlimited users)
- San Francisco doodler murders by Kate Zaliznock (1 user)
- Geoengineering discourse confronting climate change: the move from margins to mainstream in science, news media, and politics by Brynna Jacobson (3 users)
- Abolition. Feminism. Now. by Angela Y. Davis, Gina Dent, Erica R. Meiners, and Beth E. Richie (unlimited users)
- Genetically modified crops and agricultural development by Matin Qaim (1 user)
- Blackness as a universal claim: Holocaust heritage, noncitizen futures, and black power in Berlin by Damani J. Partridge (unlimited users)
- Economic freedom and social justice: the classical ideal of equality in contexts of racial diversity by Wanjiru Njoya (1 user)
- Sin and confession in colonial Peru: Spanish-Quechua penitential texts, 1560-1650 by Regina Harrison (1 user)
- Meaninglessness: time, rhythm, and the undead in postcolonial cinema by Vlad Dima (1 user)
- How to educate an American: the conservative vision for tomorrow’s schools edited by Michael J. Petrilli and Chester E. Finn, Jr (unlimited users)
- Community as rebellion: a syllabus for surviving academia as a woman of color by Lorgia García Peña (unlimited users)
- Charter schools and their enemies by Thomas Sowell (1 user)
- San Francisco’s St. Cecilia Parish by Frank Dunnigan (unlimited users)
- Time on two crosses: the collected writings of Bayard Rustin; second edition (1 user)
- Community archives, community spaces: heritage, memory and identity edited by Jeanette A. Bastian and Andrew Flinn (1 user)
- N*gga theory: race, language, unequal justice, and the law by Jody Armour (1 user) [author’s asterisk — jw]
- Nigger: the strange career of a troublesome word by Randall Kennedy ; with a new introduction by the author 20th anniv. ed. with an extensive new introduction/update (1 user)
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