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Martin & Malcolm & America

by James H. Cone; read by Sean Crisden

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available February

This groundbreaking and highly acclaimed work examines the two most influential African American leaders of the twentieth century. Learn More
Western Jihadism

by Jytte Klausen; read by Rosemary Benson

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available February

Drawing on her unparalleled database of up to 6,500 Western jihadist extremists and their networks, Jytte Klausen has produced the most comprehensive account yet of the origins of Western jihadism and its role in the global movement. Learn More
The Long Game

by Rush Doshi; read by Kyle Tait

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available January

In The Long Game, Rush Doshi draws from a rich base of Chinese primary sources, including decades worth of party documents, leaked materials, memoirs by party leaders, and a careful analysis of China's conduct to provide a history of China's grand strategy since the end of the Cold War. Learn More
Seven Games

by Oliver Roeder; read by William Sarris

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available January

A group biography of seven enduring and beloved games, and the story of why—and how—we play them. Learn More
Racial Justice and the Catholic Church

by Bryan N. Massingale; read by Mirron Willis

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available December

Racial Justice and the Catholic Church examines the presence of racism in America from its early history through the Civil Rights Movement and the election of Barack Obama. It also explores how Catholic social teaching has been used—and not used—to promote reconciliation and justice. Learn More
The Essential Kerner Commission Report

edited and introduction by Jelani Cobb; with Matthew Guariglia; read by Mirron Willis

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available December

Recognizing that a historic study of American racism and police violence should become part of today's canon, Jelani Cobb contextualizes it for a new generation. Learn More
Who Will Pay Reparations on My Soul?

by Jesse McCarthy; read by Terrence Kidd

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available November New York Times Book Review Editors' Choice

A supremely talented young critic's essays on race and culture, from Toni Morrison to trap, herald the arrival of a major new voice in American letters. Learn More
The National Road

by Tom Zoellner; read by Rick Adamson

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available November

This collection of "eloquent essays that examine the relationship between the American landscape and the national character" serves to remind us that despite our differences we all belong to the same land (Publishers Weekly). Learn More
Pax Transatlantica

by Jussi M. Hanhimaki; read by Mike Cooper

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available November

A bold argument that tackles current trends, such as rising nationalism, arguing that they strengthen rather than undermine transatlantic ties. Learn More
The Chinese Question

by Mae M. Ngai; read by Cindy Kay

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available November

How Chinese migration to the world's goldfields upended global power and economics and forged modern conceptions of race. Learn More
Black Theology and Black Power

by James H. Cone, introduction by Cornel West; read by Leon Nixon

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available November

First published in 1969, Black Theology and Black Power is the first systematic presentation of black theology that also introduced the voice of a young theologian who would shake the foundations of American theology. Learn More
When Women Ruled the World

by Maureen Quilligan; read by Suzanne Toren

NEW! Now Available

A leading Renaissance scholar shows in this revisionist history how four powerful women redefined the culture of European monarchy in the glorious sixteenth century. Learn More
Churchill's Shadow

by Geoffrey Wheatcroft; read by Jonathan Keeble

NEW! Now Available

A major reassessment of Winston Churchill that examines his lasting influence in politics and culture. Learn More
Benjamin Franklin

by D.G. Hart; read by David Cochran Heath

NEW! Now Available

Benjamin Franklin: Cultural Protestant follows Franklin's remarkable career through the lens of the trends and innovations that the Protestant Reformation started (both directly and indirectly) almost two centuries earlier. Learn More
The New Border Wars

by Klaus Dodds; read by Mike Cooper

NEW! Now Available

A thrilling insight into international geopolitics by one of the world’s leading experts, examining the past, future, and present meaning of borders from the fall of the Berlin Wall to 9/11, Palestine to Pakistan, North Korea to Trump's Wall, and beyond. Learn More
Dirty Work

by Eyal Press; read by Neil Shah

NEW! Now Available

A groundbreaking, urgent report from the front lines of "dirty work"—the work that society considers essential but morally compromised. Learn More
Charlie Brown's America

by Blake Scott Ball; read by Johnny Heller

NEW! Now Available

Despite—or because of—its huge popular culture status, Peanuts enabled cartoonist Charles Schulz to offer political commentary on the most controversial topics of postwar American culture through the voices of Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and the Peanuts gang. Learn More
A Ghost in the Throat

by Doireann Ní Ghríof; read by Siobhan McSweeney

F O R T H C O M I N G ! Available August

Moving fluidly between past and present, quest and elegy, poetry and those who make it, A Ghost in the Throat is a shapeshifting book: a record of literary obsession; a narrative about the erasure of a people, of a language, of women; a meditation on motherhood and on translation; and an unforgettable story about finding your voice by freeing another's. Learn More
Black Noir

by Otto Penzler; read by Joniece Abbott-Pratt, Sean Crisden

NEW! Now Available

Some of the best-known and most influential pieces of crime fiction have been from African American writers. Be it Walter Mosley's great detective Easy Rawlins, or the mean streets of Harlem at the hands of Chester Himes, the stories and characters in this anthology have shaped the mystery genre with their own unique viewpoints and styles. Learn More
Presumed Guilty

by Erwin Chemerinsky; read by Perry Daniels

NEW! Now Available

Presumed Guilty reveals how the Supreme Court allows the perpetuation of racist policing by presuming that suspects, especially people of color, are guilty. Learn More
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