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Neo-Passing

African Americans once passed as whites to escape the pains of racism. Today's neo-passing has pushed the old idea of passing in extraordinary new directions. A white author uses an Asian pen name; heterosexuals live "out" as gay; and, irony of ironies, whites try to pass as black.

Women Writers of the Beat Era

In Women Writers of the Beat Era, Mary Paniccia Carden gives voice to forgotten female writers and demonstrates how their work redefines our understanding of "Beat." The book offers vital analysis of autobiographical works by Diane di Prima, ruth weiss, Hettie Jones, Joanne Kyger, and others.

These Kids Are Out of Control

This is a practical, research based guide to rethinking classroom management that effectively serves the needs of diverse learners including children of color, English learners, and children from low-income households. It focuses on promising alternatives to traditional disciplinary practices including restorative justice.

Borderline Citizens

Examines a series of confrontations in the early decades of the twentieth century between colonial migrants seeking work and citizenship in the metropole and various groups--employers, colonial officials, court officers, and labor leaders--policing the borders of the U.S. economy and polity.

Conversation Starters for Direct Work with Children and Young People

Conversation Starters for Direct Work with Children and Young People provides guidance and support for any adult who needs to talk to children about difficult issues. The issues covered include domestic abuse and drug use, mental health issues, adoption and fostering, family illness and bereavement, as well as giving evidence in court.