Recent Faculty Books

Faculty Highlights

Recent Faculty Books

Oslender, Ulrich (2016). The Geographies of Social Movements: Afro-Colombian Mobilization and the Aquatic Space. Duke University Press.

Smith, Benjamin (2015). Market Orientalism: Cultural Economy and the Arab Gulf States. Syracuse University Press.

Marr, Matthew (2015). Better Must Come: Exiting Homelessness in Two Global Cities. Cornell University Press.

Oslender, Ulrich (2014). Bridging Scholarship and Activism. Reflections from the Frontlines of Collaborative Research. Michigan State University Press.

Mahler, Sarah J. (2013). Culture as Comfort. Many Things You Know About Culture (But Might Not Realize) Pearson.

Stepick, Alex and Rey, Terry. Foreword by Archbishop Thomas Wenski. (2013) Crossing the Water and Keeping the Faith. Haitian Religion in Miami. NYU Press.

Erazo, Juliet (2013) Governing Indigenous Territories, Enacting Sovereignty in the Ecuadorian Amazon. Duke University Press Books.

Rahier, Jean Muteba (May, 2013) Kings for Three Days, The Play of Race & Gender in an Afro-Ecuadorian Festival. University Of Illinois Press.

Rahier, Jean Muteba, Black Social Movements in Latin America: From Monocultural Mestizaje to Multiculturalism 2012.

Rahier, Jean Muteba, Percy Hintzen, and Felipe Smith (Eds) (2010). Global Circuits of Blackness: Interrogating the African Diaspora. Urbana-Champaign: The University of Illinois Press.

Gail Hollander (2008). Raisin' Cane in the Glades: The Global Sugar Trade and the Transformation of Florida (University of Chicago Press).

Marifeli PĂ©rez-Stable (Ed.) (2007) Looking Forward: Comparative Perspectives on Cuba's Transformation, foreword by Fernando Henrique Cardoso (University of Notre Dame Press). Finalist in Political Science category, Choice Magazine's Book of the Year Award for 2007.