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Inside the Session: What Really Happens in Psychotherapy
(American Psychological Association Press, 2011)
Masquerade and Postsocialism: Ritual and Cultural Dispossession in Bulgaria
(Indiana University Press, 2011)
Life's Work: Geographies of Social Reproduction
(Blackwell, 2004; pbk. 2011)
A Maeterlinck Reader: Plays, Poems, Short Fiction, Aphorisms, and Essays by Maurice Maeterlinck
(Peter Lang, 2011)
Philosophical Horizons: Introductory Readings, 2nd ed.
Rights and Virtues Political Essays on Citizenship and Social Justice
Rights and Virtues, pbk.
(Bardwell Press, 2011)
Forensic Psychology and Law
To Broadway, To Life! The Musical Theater of Bock and Harnick
(Oxford University Press, 2010)
The Myth of the Missing Black Father
(Columbia University Press, 2010)
The Long Space: Transnationalism and Postcolonial Form
(Stanford University Press, 2010)