This highly anticipated new edition is the textbook of choice for courses on disability and is an essential resource for researchers and policy makers alike. 965 pp.
An award-winning writer and cultural critic raises urgent legal, economic, educational, esthetic and ethical issues to show why anti-ageism should be the next social movement of our time. 265 pp.
Gentrifier opens up a new conversation about gentrification, one that goes beyond the statistics and the clichés, and examines different sides of a controversial, deeply personal issue. 242 pp.
Attempts to simplify the complicated workplace in the heat of the #MeToo movement by restating old playground rules that can be applied to prevent sexual harassment at work. 226 pp.
This rare collection of wanted posters from the American West includes nearly 150 original wanted posters, fugitive notices and Pinkerton Agency circulars supplemented by fascinating details about the technology of identification, the history of wanted posters and the stories behind the crimes, which included horse theft, safe blowing, train robbery, seduction, ''white slavery'' and murder. 204 pp.