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Exploring the Architecture of Place in America's Farmers Markets
By Kathryn Clarke Albright
Available Now in Open Access!
Exploring the Architecture of Place in America’s Public and Farmers Markets draws attention to the simple but elusive architectural space of public and farmers markets. The narrative combines historically informed architectural observation with interview material drawn from conversations the author has had over the years with market managers, vendors, and shoppers.
Across the Color Line
by Mark Curnutte
Across the Color Line: Reporting 25 Years in Black Cincinnati presents Pulitzer Prize winning reporter Mark Curnutte’s stories published in The Cincinnati Enquirer over a twenty-five-year period beginning in 1993. With hard-won insights gained from years of community reporting, Curnutte describes experiences of African-Americans..
Jim Crow Sociology
By Earl Wright II
Jim Crow Sociology: The Black and Southern Roots of American Sociology is an extraordinary new volume that examines the origin, development, and significance of Black Sociology through the accomplishments of early African American sociologists at Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs)…