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This online resource provides information about the Press's most popular course titles in a variety of disciplines. Educators may request desk or examination copies from the site, using the one of the online forms.

  • Use our online forms to request Exam copies or Desk copies for your courses.
  • Check our “Read to Respond” reading lists which address the current climate of misinformation by highlighting articles and books that encourage thoughtful, educated debate on today’s most pressing issues. Share these carefully selected resources in and out of the classroom.
  • Vibrator Nation
    Vibrator Nation • Lynn Comella
    Lynn Comella tells the fascinating history of how feminist sex-toy stores such as Eve's Garden, Good Vibrations and Babeland raised sexual consciousness, redefined the adult industry, provided educational and community resources, and changed the way sex was talked about, had, and enjoyed.
  • Why the Vote Wasn’t Enough for Selma
    Why the Vote Wasn’t Enough for Selma • Karlyn Forner
    In Why the Vote Wasn't Enough for Selma Karlyn Forner rewrites the heralded story of Selma to explain why gaining the right to vote did not bring about economic justice for African Americans in the Alabama Black Belt.
  • The Critical Surf Studies Reader
    The Critical Surf Studies Reader • Dexter Zavalza Hough-Snee and Alexander Sotelo Eastman, editors
    The Critical Surf Studies Reader brings together eighteen interdisciplinary essays that explore surfing's history and development as a practice embedded in complex and sometimes oppositional social, political, economic, and cultural relations.

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