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  • Rethinking Private Higher Education

    In-depth ethnographic studies of universities as rapidly evolving, key contemporary institutions, interrogating in particular the fast-growing private sector
  • Rethinking Camelot

    Explores JFK’s role in US invasion of Vietnam and a reflects on the political culture that encouraged the Cold War.
  • Responses to Marx's Capital

    The essential collection of early documents—most translated for the first time—responding to Karl Marx’s Capital

  • Reproductive Rights and Wrongs

    With a new preface, this feminist classic reveals the dangers of contemporary population-control tactics, especially for women in developing countries.
  • The Reproductive Bargain

    An insightful analysis of gender relations’ role in the Japanese economy’s transition from unstoppable growth to inescapable stagnation.
  • Repair

    A compelling case for reparations based on powerful, first person accounts detailing both the horrors of slavery and past promises made to its survivors.

  • Reminiscences of Lenin

    A personal account of Lenin’s life and thought, written by the woman who knew him best.
  • Religious Fundamentalism in the Middle East

    Moaddel and Karabenick analyze fundamentalist beliefs and attitudes across nations, faith, and ethnicity, using comparative survey data.
  • Religion and the New Atheism

    Scholars from a diverse array of disciplines critically appraise the intellectual fad championed by Richard Dawkins and his co-thinkers.
  • Reinventing Race, Reinventing Racism

    Though far from a 'post-racial' society, the form of race and racism in the U.S. has changed over the years.
  • Reform, Revolution and Direct Action amongst British Miners

    In this riveting monograph, Ives offers a new perspective on one of the most volatile periods in British labor history.
  • Red Sky in the Morning

    A moving narrative about a young girl's experience with disability, loss, and the power of unconditional love.
  • Red Petrograd

    A deeply engaging study, unmatched in its depth, of factory life in Petrograd over the course of Russia’s revolutionary year.
  • Red October

    Using extensive field data from hundreds of interviews, Webber surveys the origins of Bolivia's revolutionary wave of 2000 to 2005.
  • The Red International of Labour Unions (RILU) 1920 - 1937

    The first major scholarly account of one of the international communist movement’s most important organizations.
  • Recovering the Sacred

    Only the power to define what is sacred—and access it—will enable Native American communities to remember who they are.
  • Reading Revolution

    Shakespeare's work gives hope and inspiration to the political prisoners held on apartheid South Africa's infamous Robben Island.
  • Reading Gramsci

    An illuminating and original collection of essays by Spain’s most famous Gramsci scholar, translated to English for the first time.
  • A Reader's Guide to Marx's Capital

    Marx’s groundbreaking analysis of capitalism retains its relevance today. This book guides readers as they grapple with Marx’s masterpiece, Capital.

  • Rank and File

    The trials and tribulations of firebrand union organizers, from the 1930s—1970s, are brought to life here, in their own words.
  • Radicals in the Barrio

    A ground-breaking history of the radical political movements that developed within the Mexican and Chicano working-class in the United States.
  • Radical Unionism

    Though often seen as opposing ideas, Darlington engagingly traces the entwined legacy of revolutionary syndicalism and the communist movement.
  • Race and Ethnicity

    Edited by Rodney D. Coates
    Scholars dare to contemplate, to evaluate, and analyze issues regarding race and ethnicity today.
  • Prophets Unarmed

    Edited by Gregor Benton
    Drawing on numerous oral history interviews with survivors, this study of Chinese Trotskyism is exhaustive and groundbreaking.