Recent Publications

Cynthia Boaz:
 “Islamophobia and Nonviolence in a ‘Christian Nation’”, a chapter in an edited volume, Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Religion and Peace.  

"How Speculative Fiction Teaches Us About Gender and Power in International Politics: A Pedagogical Overview,” International Studies Perspectives.  

Elaine Leeder:
Elaine Leeder, Dean Emerita and Professor Emerita of Sociology, is publishing the second edition of her textbook The Family in Global Perspective: A Gendered Journey in the Spring of 2019. The book will be published by Cognella Academic Publishers and adds new material on immigration and families, families and war and prisoners and their families. New data and photos are also included. 

Silvio Machado:
Machado, S. (2018). Interpretive poetry and the family coming out crisis. Qualitative Inquiry. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1177/1077800418786317

Peter Phillips:
Giants: The Global Power Elite, Seven Stories Press, NY. 2018

Giants:The Global Power Elite identifies the most important networks of the global power elite and the individuals therein. It names and provides biographies for over 300 people, who are the core members of power networks that manage, facilitate, and protect global capital. The global power elites are the activist core of the transnational capitalist class—1% of the world’s wealthy people. They serve the uniting function of providing ideological justifications for their shared interests through the corporate media and they establish the parameters of needed actions for implementation by transnational governmental organizations and capitalist nation-states.