History, Politics, and Current Affairs

As over 50% of the world’s population, women play an integral part in current affairs and history whether it is in human rights issues, politics, or the pitfalls of modern society. Dive into the ways women are changing the world through the voices of authors like Terry Mutchler, Julia Cooke, and Marianne Schnall.

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Scattered Seeds

Jacqueline Mroz

$16.99 USD, Trade Paper Original and Ebook
June 2017

Jacqueline Mroz’s Scattered Seeds explores the personal, social, and psychological changes and consequences of living in the sperm donor generation.

The Women Who Made New York

The Women Who Made New York

Julie Scelfo, illustrated by Hallie Heald

$24.00 USD, Cloth and Ebook
October 2016

Artists and intellects, builders and makers—these are the women who made New York the most exciting and influential city in the world.

cover Drink Like a Woman

Drink Like a Woman

Jeanette Hurt

$16.00 USD, Cloth and Ebook
November 2016

Shaking up the patriarchy, one cocktail at a time.

cover The New Better Off

The New Better Off

Courtney E. Martin

$24.00 USD, Cloth and Ebook
September 2016

A groundbreaking exploration of the ways Americans are reinventing success and redefining “better off,” through lives that reject traditional status symbols in lieu of fulfillment and value relationships over money.

cover A History of US Feminisms

A History of U.S. Feminisms

Rory Dicker

$18.00 USD, Trade Paper Original and Ebook
January 2016

Covering the first, second, and third waves of feminism, A History of U.S. Feminisms provides historical context of all the major events and players since the late nineteenth century through today.

Jane Sexes It Up

Merri Lisa Johnson, Editor

$18.00 USD, Trade Paper Original
April 10, 2001

This much-needed discussion on feminism and sex reveals the struggles women have when the messiness of sexuality is put under a feminist lens.

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