Disability, Adoption, and Family in Modern America
The first social history of disability and difference in American adoption, from the Progressive Era to the end of the twentieth century. Chronicling the long, complex history of disability, Familial Fitness explores how notions and practices of adoption have—and haven’t—accommodated disability, and how the language of risk enters into that complicated relationship.
University of Chicago Press, 2022
360 pages | 5 halftones, 2 line drawings, 1 tables | 6 x 9
Healing the Land and the Nation
Malaria and the Zionist Project in Palestine, 1920-1947
A novel inquiry into the sociopolitical dimensions of public medicine, Healing the Land and the Nation traces the relationships between disease, hygiene, politics, geography, and nationalism in British Mandatory Palestine between the world wars.
University of Chicago Press, 2007
384 pages | 34 halftones, 7 line drawings, 5 tables | 6 x 9 |
New Perspective on the Study of Israel-Palestine
Edited with Mark Levine
Using the voices of the new generation of scholars, Reapproaching Borders demonstrates the continued saliency of older themes such as ownership and rights to the land, but as they intersect with the newer areas of inquiry, such as sexual identity politics and spatial relations.
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers
Pages: 334 | Trim: 6 x 9