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The Scottsboro Boys in Their Own Words: Selected Letters, 1931-1950. (2014). McFarland. Kwando M. Kinshasa.
Negotiating Sex Work: Unintended Consequences of Policy and Activism. (2014). University of Minnesota Press. Carisa R. Showden and Samantha Majic, Editors.
Sex Work Politics: From Protest to Service Provision. (2013). University of Pennsylvania Press. Samantha Majic.
Come Out Swinging. The Changing World of Boxing in Gleason's Gym. (2013). Princeton University Press. Lucia Trimbur.
A Wild Justice: The Death and Insurrection of Capital Punishment in America. (2013). W.W. Norton & Company. Evan Mandery.
Comic Book Crime: Truth, Justice and the American Way. (2013). NYU Press. Staci Strobl and Nickie D. Phillips.
That's So Gay!: Microaggressions and the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender Community (Perspectives on Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity). (2013), American Psychological Association. Kevin Nadal.
Outside Justice: Immigration and the Criminalizing Impact of Changing Policy and Practice. (2013). Springer Books. David C. Brotherton, Daniel L. Stageman & Shirley F. Leyro (Editors).
Policing Across Borders: Law Enforcement Networks and the Challenges of Crime Control. (2013, forthcoming), Springer Books. George Andreopoulos (Editor).
Black Asset Poverty and the Enduring Racial Divide. (2012), Lynne Rienner Publishers. Lori Latrice Martin.
Lead Wars: The Politics of Science and the Fate of America's Children. (2012), UC Press. Gerald Markowitz and David Rosner.
Brazilian Art under Dictatorship: Antonio Manuel, Artur Barrio, and Cildo Meireles. (2012), Duke University Press. Claudia Calirman.
How They Got Away with It: White Collar Criminals and the Financial Meltdown. (2012), Columbia University Press. Susan Will, Stephen Handelman, and David C. Brotherton (Editors).
Gay and Lesbian Cops: Diversity and Effective Policing. (2012). Lynne Rienner Publishers. Roddrick Colvin.