Transgender Day of Remembrance: An eBook Special

Transgender Day of Remembrance: An eBook Special

Say their names. For Transgender Day of Remembrance, we’re honoring those who lost their lives in anti-transgender violence with a list of important works in transgender studies. Browse the books below and order each eBook for just $1.99 through the end of November.

Rachel Levine and Transgender Representation in Uniform

Rachel Levine and Transgender Representation in Uniform

The debate [around Rachel Levine] centers on what it means to be part of the uniformed services vs the armed services and what a direct commission to the very highest rank means compared to someone who rose through the ranks within the service. Are these distinctions meaningful? Does her appointment advance the cause of transgender members of the military or transgender people writ large?

More Workers Burning The Midnight Oil During the Pandemic

More Workers Burning The Midnight Oil During the Pandemic

Work as we know it got turned upside down during the pandemic. An exhausted work force, burning the midnight oil at home, claim they became modern-day workaholics (40% by one account). Those who were already self-described workaholics found their condition exacerbated.

Labor & Work: An eBook Special

Labor & Work: An eBook Special

This year, we’re taking the time to honor the contributions of laborers and the labor movement by catching up on the history of work in the United States. Browse a fascinating range of titles that offer a comprehensive introduction to the topic.

For Afghan Women, Again

For Afghan Women, Again

—Zillah Eisenstein

This struggle of Afghan women and the fight against misogyny is hardly new, and yet new developments are happening. Newly mobilized global feminisms may be emerging. If this can happen, it might just save our planet.

Rethinking Police Ethics

Rethinking Police Ethics

The challenge for police and democratic institutions that oversee them is how to transform policing so that the advancement of antiracist goals is the norm rather than the exception. For police ethics to contribute to that task, we must rethink its boundaries.