The Roger Stone Trial Was A Farce

The Roger Stone Trial Was A Farce

—Jeremy Kuzmarov
While Trump’s actions represent an abuse of his office, the Stone case was heavily politicized from the beginning and hence a miscarriage of justice

Finding Du Bois

Finding Du Bois

What is a modern Du Boisian sociology and how does it help us talk about race and colonialism?

Eau de Parasite

Eau de Parasite

Hsuan Hsu analyzes the olfactory sensations and commentary in the Oscar-sweeping film, Parasite

The New Imperialist Structure

The New Imperialist Structure

—Samir Amin
Explore an excerpt from The Long Revolution of the Global South: Toward a New Anti-Imperialist International, the final writings of Samir Amin.

“Your loving husband, Mangi”

“Your loving husband, Mangi”

From 1960-1969, Robert Mangaliso Sobukwe, inspirational political leader and first President of the Pan-Africanist Congress, was imprisoned for his opposition to South African apartheid. In that time, the many letters he… READ MORE

Happy Galentine’s Day!

Happy Galentine’s Day!

This Galentine’s Day, as we celebrate the women in our lives, we turn to some of our favorite books by and about women.

Their school “reform” or ours?

Their school “reform” or ours?

—Joel Jordan
What is the purpose of public education and how should that purpose be reflected in the working relationships between students and teachers?

Celebrating Black History: An eBook Special

Celebrating Black History: An eBook Special

We’re proud to publish many important works that challenge and reshape traditional narratives of Black history in America. Find just a few of our favorites below, and through the end of February, get any of these eBooks for just $1.99!