Books Acquired Recently: Mostly 2019 Edition

Hemmings, Clare. Bisexual Spaces: A Geography of Sexuality and Gender. New York: Routledge, 2002. I recently came across a citation of this book and decided to buy it despite its age because I am bisexual and because my research is concerned with space. With the exception of Moore’s book, which I bought directly from theContinue reading “Books Acquired Recently: Mostly 2019 Edition”

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Books Acquired Recently: Albany Book Festival Edition

Yesterday I attended the second annual Albany Book Festival at SUNY Albany. It was an excellent time, with readings by big-name authors, writing workshops, and a large book fair of local authors and their work. I showed great restraint and only bought four books, all of which I was able to get inscribed. Bartow, Stuart.Continue reading “Books Acquired Recently: Albany Book Festival Edition”

Books Acquired Recently

Collins, Patricia Hill. Intersectionality as Critical Social Theory. Durham, NC: Duke University Press, 2019. As per usual with books from Duke University Press, I got a promotional email about this book and decided to order it immediately from them (they always give a 30% discount with the code SAVE30) because it is relevant for myContinue reading “Books Acquired Recently”