Congrats to IoF Clients Who Published Books in 2019!

Congrats to IoF Clients Who Published Books in 2019!

December 3, 2019

A big CONGRATS to all of our clients who published books this year! You rock!!

1. Ronak Kapadia, Insurgent Aesthetics: Security and the Queer Life of the Forever War (Duke University Press)

2. Frances Richard, I Stand in My Place With My Own Day Here: Site-Specific Art at The New School (New School/Duke University Press)

3. Marisol LeBrón, Policing Life and Death: Race, Violence, and Resistance in Puerto Rico (UC Press)

4. Tiffany Lethabo King, The Black Shoals: Offshore Formations of Black and Native Studies (Duke University Press)

5. Jian Neo Chen, Trans Exploits: Trans of Color Cultures and Technologies in Movement (Duke University Press)

6. Frances Aparicio, Negotiating Latinidad: Intralatina/o Lives in Chicago (University of Illinois Press)

7. Doreen Fernandez, Tikim: Essays on Philippine Food and Culture (Brill)

8. Khalilah Brown-Dean, Identity Politics in the United States (Polity)

9. Bo Ruberg, Video Games Have Always Been Queer (Duke University Press)

10. Eliza Steinbock, Shimmering Images: Trans Cinema, Embodiments, and the Aesthetics of Change (Duke University Press)

11. Poulomi Saha, An Empire of Touch: Women’s Political Labor and the Fabrication of East Bengal (Columbia University Press)

12. Adrienne Shaw, Sarah Rudolph, and Jan Schnorrenberg, Rainbow Arcade: Over 30 Years of Queer Video Game History (Schwules Museum Berlin/Edition Winterwork)

13. Mack Hagood, Hush: Media and Sonic Self-Control (Duke University Press)

14. Nora Draper, The Identity Trade: Selling Privacy and Reputation Online (NYU Press)

15. Michael Serazio, The Power of Sports: Media and Spectacle in American Culture (NYU Press)

16. Jennifer Stromer-Galley, Presidential Campaigning in the Internet Age, 2nd edition (Oxford University Press)

17. Rachel González, Quinceañera Style: Social Belongings and Latinx Consumer Identities (University of Texas Press)

18. Arundhati Roy, My Seditious Heart: Collected Nonfiction (Haymarket)

19. Mia Fischer, Terrorizing Gender: Transgender Visibility and the Surveillance Practices of the US Security State (University of Nebraska Press)

20. Maile Arvin, Possessing Polynesians: The Science of Settler Colonial Whiteness in Hawai‘i and Oceania (Duke University Press)

21. Elizabeth Freeman, Beside You in Time: Sense Methods and Queer Sociabilities in the American Nineteenth Century (Duke University Press)

22. Crystal Mun-hye Baik, Reencounters: On the Korean War and Diasporic Memory Critique (Temple University Press)

23. Gail Weiss, Ann M. Murphy, and Gayle Salamon, 50 Concepts for a Critical Phenomenology (Northwestern University Press)

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