The latest alumni publications.

Book cover: ROD BUSH: Lessons from a Radical Black Scholar on Liberation, Love and Justice

ROD BUSH: Lessons from a Radical Black Scholar on Liberation, Love and Justice (Ahead Publishing House), edited by Melanie Bush , is an anthology that provides deep reflections on the question of...

Rod Bush: Lessons from a Radical Black Scholar on Liberation, Love and Justice
Book cover: silent terrorism

Silent Terrorism: A Look at American Racism and Hypocrisy (Page Publishing Inc.), by George Foster (B.S.S.E. ’98), explores the injustices of African Americans and hopes to open a dialogue and...

Silent Terrorism: A Look at American Racism and Hypocrisy
Black Millennials and the Church

Black Millennials & the Church (Judson Press) , by Joshua L. Mitchell (B.A. ’09) , is a resource to equip church leaders with a profile of black millennials that will help churches to...

Black Millennials & the Church (Judson Press)
Claiming Freedom

Claiming Freedom: Race, Kinship, and Land in Nineteenth-Century Georgia (The University of South Carolina Press) , by Karen Cook Bell (M.A ’94, Ph.D. ’08) , is an analysis of the transition...

Claiming Freedom: Race, Kinship, and Land in Nineteenth-Century Georgia
Library of Small Catastrophes

Library of Small Catastrophes (Copper Canyon Press) , by Alison C. Rollins (B.A. ’09) , examines the body and nation as storehouses of countless tragedies. Rollins uses the concept of the archive...

Library of Small Catastrophes
Raising Girls Into Extraordinary Young Women

Raising Girls Into Extraordinary Young Women and Raising Boys Into Extraordinary Young Men (AuthorHouse), by Monica Hawkins, Ph.D., M.P.H. (B.S. ’91) , is a mother’s perspective that can be used...

Raising Girls Into Extraordinary Young Women

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