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Dancing in the Dark: A Cultural History of the Great Depression
(W. W. Norton, 2009)
Women and Politics around the World: A Comparative History and Survey
(ABC-CLIO, February 2009)
Muslim American Youth: Understanding Hyphenated Identities through Multiple Methods
(New York University Press, 2008)
Revolutionizing Education: Youth Participatory Action Research in Motion
(Routledge/Taylor & Francis, 2008)
Sensational Modernism: Experimental Fiction and Photography in Thirties America
(University of North Carolina Press, 2007)
Challenging the conventional wisdom that the 1930s were... Read more
"Custome Is an Idiot": Jacobean Pamphlet Literature on Women
(University of Illinois Press, 2004; 320 pp.) Read more