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Studies in Social Inequality......3
Culture and Economic Life. 4-5
Social Economics........................5
Emerging Frontiers in
the Global Economy...................6
Immigration and Transnational
Perspectives..................................7
Race, Class and Gender............8
Stanford Studies in
Comparative Race and
Ethnicity..........................................9
Science, Technology,
and Medicine...............................10
Culture ........................................... 11
Law and Society........................ 12 The Limits of Whiteness
Family and Youth..................12-13 Iranian Americans and the
A Practical Education
South Asia in Motion................ 13 Everyday Politics of Race
Why Liberal Arts Majors
Asian America............................ 14 Make Great Employees Neda Maghbouleh
Education and Society............ 14 Randall Stross When Roya, an Iranian American
Stanford Briefs........................... 15 The liberal arts major is often high school student, is asked to identify
lampooned: lacking in “skills,” her race, she feels anxiety and doubt.
Theory........................................... 16
Social Movements unqualified for a professional career, According to the federal government,
and Politics.............................16-18 underemployed. But studying for the she and others from the Middle East
joy of learning turns out to be sur- are white. But based on the treatment
Now in Paperback .................... 18
prisingly practical. Just look to Silicon Roya and her family receive—inter-
Valley, of all places, to see that liberal actions characterized by intolerance or
Examination Copy Policy..........7 arts majors can succeed not in spite hate—Roya is increasingly certain
Digital Publishing of, but because of, their education. that she is not white.
Initiative......................................... 19
A Practical Education investigates the In The Limits of Whiteness, Neda
real-world experiences of graduates Maghbouleh offers a groundbreaking,
O RDER ING with humanities majors that would timely look at how Iranians and
seem the least employable in Silicon other Middle Eastern Americans
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listed in this catalog. places. Drawing on the experiences shadowing more than 80 young
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sup.org/help/orderingbyphone/ their accounts of their education, job Iranian Americans’ shifting racial
for information on phone searches, and first work experiences, status. She tells for the first time the
orders. Books not yet published Randall Stross provides heartening compelling, often heartbreaking story
or temporarily out of stock will be demonstrations of how multi-capable of how a white American immigrant
charged to your credit card when liberal arts graduates are. group can become brown and what
they become available and are in such a transformation says about
the process of being shipped. “The need for critical thinking and race in America.
liberal arts–educated leaders is more
relevant than ever. An engaging “This trailblazing book should be
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Contested Embrace Broke and Patriotic The Myth of Millionaire
Transborder Membership Politics Why Poor Americans Love Tax Flight
in Twentieth-Century Korea Their Country How Place Still Matters for the Rich
Jaeeun Kim Francesco Duina Cristobal Young
Contested Embrace explores how Why are poor Americans so As U.S. states consider raising taxes
a state relates to people it views as patriotic? In Broke and Patriotic, on their wealthiest residents, there is
“external members,” such as Francesco Duina contends that the a very real concern that these high
emigrants and diasporas. Jaeeun best way to answer this question is rollers will board their private jets
Kim analyzes disputes over the to speak directly to America’s most and fly away, taking their wealth with
belonging of Koreans in Japan and impoverished. Spending time in them. In The Myth of Millionaire Tax
China, focusing on their contested bus stations, Laundromats, senior Flight, Cristobal Young examines
relationship with the colonial and citizen centers, homeless shelters, a trove of data on millionaires
postcolonial states in the Korean public libraries, and fast food and billionaires and distills down
peninsula. Through a comparative restaurants, he conducted over 60 surprising insights. While economic
analysis of transborder membership revealing interviews in which his elites have the resources and capacity
politics in the colonial, Cold War, participants explain how they view to flee high-tax places, their actual
and post–Cold War periods, the themselves and their country. migration is surprisingly limited.
book shows how the configuration Ongoing economic potential is
This book offers a stirring portrait
of geopolitics, bureaucratic techniques, tied to the place where the rich
of the people left out of the national
and actors’ agency shapes the making, become successful, and that success
conversation. By giving them voice,
unmaking, and remaking of trans- ultimately diminishes both the
Duina sheds new light on a sector of
border ties. Kim demonstrates that incentive and desire to migrate. This
American society that we are only
being a “homeland” state or a member important book debunks a powerful
beginning to recognize as a powerful
of the “transborder nation” is a idea that has driven fiscal policy for
force in shaping the country’s future.
precarious, arduous, and revocable years, clearing the way for a new era.
political achievement. “This is superlative ethnography,
allowing voices too little heard to “With grace, sophistication, and
“A brilliant and bracing analysis speak for themselves, and to do so unprecedented data, this important
of transborder membership politics. with pride. Social understandings book feeds public debates on
It is a great book to think with.” can be furthered more by this book inequality, public policy, and the
—John Lie, than by any other at present in health of American democracy.”
University of California, Berkeley the marketplace.” —Martin Gilens,
author of Affluence and Influence
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STUDIES IN SOCIAL INEQUALITY 3
A SERIES EDITED BY DAVID B. GRUSKY AND PAULA ENGLAND
Behind the Laughs The Work of Art The Moral Power of Money
Community and Inequality Value in Creative Careers Morality and Economy in the
in Comedy Alison Gerber Life of the Poor
Michael P. Jeffries In The Work of Art, Alison Gerber
Ariel Wilkis
When comedians define success, explores various art worlds to Looking beneath the surface of
they don’t talk about money—they investigate who artists are (and seemingly ordinary social interac-
talk about not quitting. In comedy, who they’re not), why they do tions, The Moral Power of Money
even big names work for free, and the things they do, and whether investigates the forces of power
the inequalities of race, class, and a sense of vocational calling and and morality at play, particularly
gender create real barriers. Yet the need to make a living are among the poor. Drawing on field-
comedians still believe that hard as incompatible as we’ve been work in a slum of Buenos Aires,
work and talent lead to the big time. led to believe. Listening to the Ariel Wilkis argues that money is
stories of artists from across the a critical symbol used to negotiate
In Behind the Laughs, Michael P. not only material possessions, but
United States, Gerber finds that
Jeffries brings readers into the also the political, economic, class,
an alliance of love and money has
world of comedy to reveal its gender, and generational bonds
become central to contemporary
dark corners and share its buoyant between people.
art-making, and danger awaits
lifeblood. He draws on conversations
those who fail to strike a balance Through vivid accounts of the stark
with comedians, club owners,
between the two. By explaining the realities of life in Villa Olimpia,
bookers, and managers to show the Wilkis proposes a new concept of
shared ways that artists account for
extraordinary social connections moral capital based on different
their activities—the analogies they
professional humor demands. Only kinds, or “pieces,” of money. This
draw, the arguments they make—
performers who know the rules of book builds an original theory
Gerber reveals the common bases
their community are able to make of the moral sociology of money,
of value artists point to when they
it a career. providing the tools for under-
say: what I do is worth doing.
“This is a smart, original, highly- standing the role money plays in
“Alison Gerber makes a solid con- social life today.
readable book about the ‘show’ and
tribution to sociology, to economics,
‘business’ of comedy. A must-read “This remarkable ethnography opens
and to our understanding of the
for anyone interested in the inter- a window into everyday popular
practicalities of an artistic career.”
play of culture, labor, power, and politics and solidarities, offering
inequality in the contemporary —Howard S. Becker,
lessons beyond the case of Argentina
culture industries.” author of Art Worlds
and into people’s moneyworlds and
—Laura Grindstaff, 208 pages, November 2017 moral orders more broadly.”
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4 CULTURE AND ECONOMIC LIFE
A SERIES EDITED BY FREDERICK WHERRY, JENNIFER C. LENA, AND GRETA HSU
Freedom from Work Bernie Madoff and the Crisis The Power of Economists
Embracing Financial Self-Help in The Public Trial of Capitalism within the State
the United States and Argentina Colleen P. Eren Johan Christensen
Daniel Fridman Bernie Madoff ’s arrest could not The spread of market-oriented
In this era where dollar value signals have come at a more darkly poetic reforms has been one of the major
moral worth, Daniel Fridman paints moment. In the midst of a horrid political and economic trends of
a vivid portrait of Americans and recession, Madoff ’s story was a the late twentieth and early twenty-
Argentinians trying to become media magnet, voraciously consumed first centuries. Governments have
worthy of millions and illustrates by a justice-seeking public. Bernie adopted policies that have led to
how the neoliberal emphasis on Madoff and the Crisis goes beyond deregulation; yet, some countries
responsibility, individualism, and en- purely investigative accounts to embraced these policies more than
trepreneurship binds people together examine how and why Madoff others. Johan Christensen examines
with the ropes of aspiration. Freedom became the epicenter of public fury one major contributor to this disparity:
from Work delves into a world of and titillation. Rooting her argument the entrenchment of U.S.-trained,
financial self-help in which books, in critical sociology, Colleen P. Eren neoclassical economists in political
seminars, and board games reject analyzes media coverage of this institutions the world over. While
“get rich quick” formulas and instead landmark case alongside original previous studies have highlighted
suggest to participants that there is interviews with dozens of journalists the role of political parties and
something fundamentally wrong and editors, the SEC Director of production regimes, Christensen
with who they are—and that they Public Affairs, and Bernie Madoff uses comparative case studies of
must struggle to correct it. Fridman himself. Turning the mirror back New Zealand, Ireland, Norway, and
shows that the global economic onto society, Eren locates Madoff Denmark to show how the influence
transformations of the last several within a broader reckoning about of economists affected the extent to
decades have been accompanied by free market capitalism. which each nation adopted market-
popular resources that transform the “A sweeping comment on our society oriented tax policies. He finds that,
people trying to survive—and even at large, which created and upheld in countries where economic experts
thrive—within it. the kill-or-be-killed finance ethos, held powerful positions, neoclassical
and thereby produced the twenty- economics broke through with
“Fridman effortlessly oscillates
first century version of a Wall Street greater force.
between rich ethnographic description
serial killer.”
and serious analytical depth to dissect “A finely tuned and deeply knowledge-
the painful retooling that people —Erin Arvedlund,
able account. A page-turner on tax
perform in pursuit of an elusive author of Too Good to Be True: The
Rise and Fall of Bernie Madoff policy is surely an event to celebrate.”
‘freedom from work.’ ”
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SOCIAL ECONOMICS 5
Making Money AWARD WINNER Sweet Talk
How Taiwanese Industrialists Breaking the WTO Paternalism and Collective Action
Embraced the Global Economy How Emerging Powers Disrupted in North-South Trade Agreements
Gary G. Hamilton and the Neoliberal Project J. P. Singh
Cheng-shu Kao Kristen Hopewell
Developed nations strive to create
Beginning in the 1950s, Tawian rapidly The world economic order has been the impression that their hearts and
industrialized, becoming a tributary upended by the rise of the BRIC pockets bleed for the developing
to an increasingly “borderless” East nations and the attendant decline world. Yet, the global North contin-
Asian economy. In this book, Gary G. of the United States’ international ues to offer unfavorable trade terms
Hamilton and Cheng-shu Kao show influence. This book provides a to the global South.
how Taiwanese businesspeople have groundbreaking analysis of how
played a tremendous, unsung role Using a mixed-methods approach,
power shifts in the world economic
in their nation’s continuing ascent. J. P. Singh exposes the actual position
order have played out in the World
Taiwan’s contract manufacturers have beneath the North’s image of
Trade Organization. Historically, the
become the world’s most sophisticated benevolence and empathy: either join
U.S. has pressured other countries to
suppliers of consumer products the in the type of trade that developed
open their markets while maintaining
world over. Drawing on over 30 years countries offer, or be cast aside as
its own protectionist policies. But,
of research and more than 800 inter- obstreperous and unwilling. Through
over the course of the Doha Round
views, Hamilton and Kao tell these case studies, Singh reveals how
negotiations, China, India, and Brazil
industrialists’ stories. the global North ultimately bars
challenged America’s hypocrisy,
developing nations from flourishing.
The picture that emerges is one of causing negotiations to collapse.
His findings chart a path forward,
agile neo-capitalists, caught in the Probing the tensions between the
showing that developing nations
flux of a rapidly changing landscape, WTO’s liberal principles and the
can garner favorable concessions
who tirelessly endeavor to profit on underlying reality of power politics,
by drawing on unique strengths and
it. Making Money reveals its subjects Kristen Hopewell explores what
through collective advocacy. Sweet Talk
to be at once producers of economic the Doha conflict tells us about
offers a provocative rethinking of how
globalization and its byproducts. the current and coming balance
far our international relations have
of power in the global economy.
“Hamilton and Kao are the only scholars come and how far we still have to go.
who could tell such a comprehensive “Hopewell’s analysis is invaluable
to understanding one of global “This riveting analysis shows the
and in-depth story about Taiwan’s
neoliberalism’s key institutions.” pernicious effects that culture
export-oriented manufacturing sector.
clashes can have on the well-being
A masterful contribution.” —Peter Evans, of billions.”
—Ho-Fung Hung, University of California, Berkeley
—B. Peter Rosendorff,
Johns Hopkins University, New York University
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6 EMERGING FRONTIERS IN THE GLOBAL ECONOMY
A SERIES EDITED BY J. P. SINGH
Crossing the Gulf Decentering Citizenship AWARD WINNER

Love and Family in Migrant Lives Gender, Labor, and Migrant Sacrificing Families
Pardis Mahdavi Rights in South Korea Navigating Laws, Labor, and
Hae Yeon Choo Love Across Borders
The lines between what constitutes
Leisy J. Abrego
migration and what constitutes Decentering Citizenship follows
human trafficking are messy at best. three groups of Filipina migrants’ Widening global inequalities make
State policies rarely acknowledge the struggles to belong in South Korea. it difficult for parents in developing
lived experiences of migrants and Hae Yeon Choo examines how nations to provide for their children,
their kin, and too often laws meant rights are enacted, translated, and and parents often find that migration
to protect individuals ultimately challenged in daily life and ultimately in search of higher wages is their only
increase the challenges they face. interrogates the concept of citizen- hope. Sacrificing Families captures the
In some cases, the laws themselves ship. She reveals citizenship as a tragedy of these families’ daily lives
lead to illegality or statelessness, language of social and personal and exposes the structural context
particularly for migrant mothers and transformation within the pursuit of that sustains patterns of inequality
their children. Crossing the Gulf tells dignity, security, and mobility. Her in their well-being. As free trade
the stories of the intimate lives of vivid ethnography of both migrants agreements expand and nation-states
migrants in the Gulf cities of Dubai, and their South Korean advocates open doors for products and profits
Abu Dhabi, and Kuwait City. Pardis illuminates how social inequalities of while closing them for refugees and
Mahdavi considers the interconnec- gender, race, class, and nation oper- migrants, transnational families
tions between migration and emotion, ate in defining citizenship. Decentering are becoming more common.
between family and state policy, and Citizenship argues that citizenship Leisy J. Abrego gives voice to these
shows how migrants can be both emerges from negotiations about immigrants and their families and
mobilized and immobilized by their rights and belonging. As the promise documents the inequalities across
family relationships and the bonds of of equal rights and full membership their experiences.
love they share across borders. in a polity erodes in the face of “A heart-wrenching must-read on why
“A path-breaking book. Pardis global inequalities, this decentering families choose to become transna-
Mahdavi adeptly reveals migrant illuminates important contestation at tional, how they struggle to overcome
women’s complex subjectivities and the margins of citizenship. distance and time, and the U. S. immi-
agentic power amid the structural gration policies that force this divide.”
“At once a fast-paced and engrossing
contradictions of national development, —Leo R. Chavez,
ethnography and an insightful, often
migration-securitization policies, University of California, Irvine
brilliant rumination on citizenship,
and citizenship laws.”
kinship, and human rights.” 272 pages, 2014
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IMMIGRATION AND TRANSNATIONAL PERSPECTIVES 7
The Latinos of Asia State-Sponsored Inequality Staged Seduction
How Filipino Americans The Banner System and Social Selling Dreams in a Tokyo Host Club
Break the Rules of Race Stratification in Northeast China Akiko Takeyama
Anthony Christian Ocampo Shuang Chen In the host clubs of Tokyo’s red-light
Filipino Americans are among the This book explores the social district, ambitious young men
largest immigrant populations in economic processes of inequality seek their fortunes by selling love,
the United States. They are classified in nineteenth- and early-twentieth- romance, companionship, and
by the U.S. Census as Asian, but the century rural China, wherein sometimes sex to female consumers
cultural legacy of Spanish colonialism the state classified immigrants to for exorbitant sums of money. Akiko
in the Philippines means that Filipinos the county of Shuangcheng into Takeyama’s investigation of this
also share many characteristics with distinct categories, each associated beguiling “love business” provides
Latinos, such as last names, religion, with different land entitlements. a window into Japanese host clubs
and language. Their cultural experi- The resulting patterns of wealth and the lives of hosts, clients, club
ences as descendants of a former U.S. stratification and social hierarchy owners, and managers. The club is
colony contradict the construction were both challenged and reinforced a place where fantasies are pursued,
of Asians as forever foreigners. The by the local population. The tensions and the art of seduction reveals a
Latinos of Asia illustrates how for built into unequal land entitlements complex set of transactions built on
Filipinos, their “color”—their sense of shaped the identities of immigrant desperation and hope. Aspiration
connection with other racial groups— groups, persisting even after unequal itself is commercialized as citizens are
changes depending on the social entitlements were removed. This seduced out of the present and into
context, the communities people grow book also sheds light on the many a future where hopes and dreams are
up in, the schools they attend, and parallels between the stratification imaginable—and billions of dollars
the people they befriend. This book system in nineteenth-century seem within reach.
offers a window into both the racial Shuangcheng and structural “There is so much of interest in Staged
consciousness of everyday people inequality in contemporary China. Seduction. Takeyama argues that host
and the changing racial landscape of “A rare and highly original contribu- clubs are emblematic of a neoliberal,
American society. tion to the studies of community post-industrial Tokyo…. Her study
formation and social stratification offers fascinating insight into a greatly
“Brimming with unexpected findings expanded part of its nightlife.”
and insightful explanations, The in human history. This book is
Latinos of Asia underscores the destined to become a new reference —Joy Hendry,
intrinsic instability and enduring for understanding Chinese society, Times Higher Education
power of race.” past and present.” 248 pages, March 2016
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8 RACE, CLASS, AND GENDER
Race and Upward Mobility AWARD WINNER AWARD WINNER

Seeking, Gatekeeping, and Other The Emotional Politics Beneath the Surface of
Class Strategies in Postwar America of Racism White Supremacy
Elda María Román How Feelings Trump Facts in Denaturalizing U.S. Racisms
an Era of Colorblindness Past and Present
In recent decades, Mexican American
and African American cultural pro- Paula Ioanide Moon-Kie Jung
ductions have seen a proliferation of Majorities in the United States have Beneath the Surface of White Supremacy
upward mobility narratives. Surveying increasingly supported intensified investigates ingrained practices of
literature, film, and television from forms of punishment and marginal- racism in the United States, as well
the 1940s to the 2000s, Elda María ization against Black, Latino, Arab, as unquestioned assumptions in the
Román brings forth these narratives, and Muslim people in the United study of racism. In this unsettling
untangling how they present the States. Paula Ioanide examines how book, Dred Scott v. Sandford casts a
intertwined effects of capitalism and emotion has prominently figured shadow over current immigration
white supremacy. into contemporary expressions of debates and the “war on terror.”
racial discrimination and violence, The story of a 1924 massacre of
Race and Upward Mobility examines
and how widespread fears have Filipino sugar workers in Hawai’i
how class and ethnicity serve as forms
played a central role in justifying the pairs with statistical relentlessness
of currency in American literature,
expansion of our military and prison of Black economic suffering to shed
affording people of color material
systems. She also argues that there light on hidden dimensions of mass
and symbolic wages as they traverse
is opportunity for new mobilizations, ignorance and indifference. Moon-
class divisions. Identifying four recur-
for ethical witnessing: we must Kie Jung challenges the dominant
ring character types across genres,
popularize desires for justice and racial common sense and develops
Román traces how each models a
increase people’s receptivity to new concepts and theory for radically
distinct strategy for negotiating race
the testimonies of the oppressed rethinking and resisting racisms.
and class. Her comparative analysis
by reorganizing embodied and
advances both a new approach to “Smart, bold, and illuminating, this
unconscious structures of feeling. book offers an innovative way to
ethnic literary studies and a more
nuanced understanding of the class- “A powerful, passionate, ethical understand the mechanisms that
based complexities of racial identity. insistence on thinking carefully maintain racialized hierarchy. Jung’s
and analytically about racial path-breaking work reminds us all of
“A tour de force of intersectional subordination and social justice.” our collective responsibility for altering
critique and cultural studies analysis: racial inequality.”
—Barbara Tomlinson,
innovative, imaginative, and an infi- University of California, Santa Barbara —Tyrone Forman,
nitely generative book.” University of Illinois at Chicago
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STANFORD STUDIES IN COMPARATIVE RACE AND ETHNICITY 9
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Catherine Bliss

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Women in Global Science Social by Nature SECOND EDITION

Advancing Academic Careers The Promise and Peril Cultures@Silicon Valley
through International Collaboration of Sociogenomics J. A. English-Lueck
Kathrin Zippel Catherine Bliss Since the initial publication of
Scientific and engineering research Sociogenomics has rapidly become Cultures@SiliconValley fourteen
is increasingly global, and one of the trendiest sciences of the years ago, much has changed in
international collaboration can new millennium. Practitioners view Silicon Valley. The corporate land-
be essential to academic success. human nature and life outcomes as scape has shifted, with tech giants
Women in Global Science is the first the result of genetic and social fac- like Google, Facebook, LinkedIn,
book to consider systematically the tors. In Social by Nature, Catherine and Twitter vying for space and
challenges and opportunities that Bliss recognizes the promise of this attention. Daily life for all but the
the globalization of scientific work interdisciplinary young science, highest echelon has been altered by
brings to U.S. academics, especially but also questions its implications new perceptions of scarcity, risk,
for women. Kathrin Zippel looks for the future. As she points out, and shortage. The second edition of
to the STEM fields as a case study, the claim that genetic similarities Cultures@SiliconValley brings the
where gendered cultures and struc- cause groups of people to behave in story of technological saturation and
tures in academia have contributed to similar ways is not new—and a dark global cultural diversity up to the
an underrepresentation of women. history of eugenics warns us of its present. J. A. English-Lueck provides
For U.S. women in particular, dangers. By exposing the shocking readers with a host of new ethno-
international collaboration offers parallels between sociogenomics graphic stories, documenting the
opportunities to step outside of and older, long-discredited, sciences, latest expansions of Silicon Valley
exclusionary networks at home. Bliss persuasively argues for a more to San Francisco and beyond. She
As Zippel argues, international thoughtful public reception of any explores how changes in technology
considerations can be key to ending study that reduces human nature to impact work, family, and community
the steady attrition of women in a mere sequence of genes. life. Ultimately, the inhabitants of
STEM fields and developing a more Silicon Valley illustrate in microcosm
“An impressive, timely, and critically
inclusive academic world. important book and the first scholarly the social and cultural identity of
work to take stock of what the the future.
“Zippel’s empirical analysis is rigorous
and makes a significant contribution genomics turn means for the “J. A. English-Lueck shows us the
to the analysis of gender and racial social sciences.” Valley as it really is: risky, diverse,
stratification in the STEM academy —Alondra Nelson, cosmopolitan, and complex. Simply
and workforce.” Columbia University the best study of Silicon Valley’s
—Maria Charles, many cultures that I know.”
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Law Mart The Poverty of Privacy Rights Choosing Daughters
Justice, Access, and Khiara M. Bridges Family Change in Rural China
For-Profit Law Schools Lihong Shi
The Poverty of Privacy Rights makes
Riaz Tejani a simple, controversial argument: China’s patrilineal and patriarchal
In the early 2000s, private equity poor mothers in America are tradition has encouraged a long-
financiers established the first for- deprived of the right to privacy. The standing preference for male heirs.
profit law schools, offering the promise U.S. Constitution is supposed to But a counterpattern is emerging
of professional upward mobility bestow rights equally, yet the poor in rural China where a noticeable
through high-tech, simplified teaching are subject to invasions of privacy proportion of young couples have
and learning. In Law Mart, a vivid that are gross demonstrations of willingly accepted having a single
ethnography of one such school, Riaz governmental power. Khiara M. daughter. Choosing Daughters
Tejani argues that the rise of these Bridges investigates poor mothers’ explores this critical, yet largely
institutions shows the limits of a experiences with the state—both overlooked, reproductive pattern.
market-based solution to American when they receive public assistance Lihong Shi delves into the social,
access to justice. He reveals how and when they do not. Presenting economic, and cultural forces
for-profit law schools marketed a holistic view of how the state behind these couples’ childrearing
themselves directly to ethnoracial intervenes in all facets of poor aspirations and the resulting
and socioeconomic “minority” mothers’ privacy, Bridges turns changes in family dynamics,
communities, relaxed admission popular thinking on its head, arguing gender relations, and intimate
standards, increased diversity, shook up that these women simply do not parent–daughter ties. She refutes
established curricula, and saw student have familial, informational, and the conventional understanding of
success rates plummet. Offering an reproductive privacy rights. Further, a universal preference for sons and
unprecedented glimpse of this land- she asserts that until we disrupt discrimination against daughters
scape, Law Mart is a colorful foray into the cultural narratives that equate in China and counters claims of
the collision of law, finance capitalism, poverty with immorality, nothing continuing resistance against China’s
and “higher” learning. will change. population control program.
“An extremely insightful and smart “This book calls us to rethink the very “A persuasive, eloquent study of
analysis of for-profit law schools. meaning of the right to privacy and changing gender roles. Full of
Tejani’s book is a must-read for to end the unjust and unsupportable surprises and new vistas for
anyone who cares about the future moral condemnation of poverty.” investigation, it is ethnography
of the legal profession.” —Dorothy Roberts, at its best.”
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12 LAW AND SOCIETY FAMILY AND YOUTH
Outsourced Children Uprising of the Fools The Slow Boil
Orphanage Care and Adoption Pilgrimage as Moral Protest in Street Food, Rights, and Public
in Globalizing China Contemporary India Space in Mumbai
Leslie K. Wang Vikash Singh Jonathan Shapiro Anjaria
Thousands of Chinese children The Kanwar is India’s largest annual In The Slow Boil, Jonathan Shapiro
have been adopted by American religious pilgrimage. Millions of Anjaria draws on his long-term
parents, and many Western aid participants gather sacred water fieldwork with Mumbai’s street
organizations invest in helping from the Ganga and then carry it food vendors to create a better
orphans in China—but why across hundreds of miles to dispense understanding of the urban space
does China allow this exchange, as offerings in Śiva shrines. For they inhabit. Much urban studies
and what does it reveal about these devotees—called bhola, literature paints street vendors as
globalization? Outsourced gullible or fools—the ordeal of the oppressed and marginalized victims.
Children answers these questions pilgrimage is no foolish pursuit, but With this book, Anjaria acknowl-
by examining life in nine Chinese a means to master their anxieties and edges the diverse political, economic,
orphanages that were assisted by attest their good faith in unfavorable historic, and symbolic processes that
international humanitarian groups. social conditions. After walking create contradictions in the vendors’
Leslie K. Wang explains how with the pilgrims of the Kanwar everyday lives, like their illegality
these transnational partnerships procession, Vikash Singh highlights and proximity to the state, or their
place marginalized children at the how the procession offers a social insecurity and permanence. In this
intersection of public and private space where participants can prove ethnography, issues of livelihood,
spheres, state and civil society, and their talents, resolve, and moral democracy, and rights are not sub-
local and global agendas. Although worth. Uprising of the Fools shows sumed into a larger framework, but
Western societies view childhood as how religion today is not a retreat are explored on their own terms.
innocent and unaffected by politics, into tradition, but an alternative “Anjaria’s sensitive ethnography shows
this book explores how children forum for recognition and resistance that the lives of urban street hawkers
both symbolize and influence within a rampant global neoliberalism. are characterized not by transience
national futures. “Wonderfully—and disturingly—rich and distance, but by deep relationships
with insights drawn from impressive with the state. A must-read.”
“A caringly crafted, unsettling, yet
humane account of how the One ethnographic research. For anyone —Lisa Mitchell,
interested in theories of religious University of Pennsylvania
Child Policy continues to remake
our world.” practice, performance, and pilgrimage, 232 pages, 2016
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SOUTH ASIA IN MOTION 13
A SERIES EDITED BY THOMAS BLOM HANSEN
Voting Together Contraceptive Diplomacy THIRD EDITION

Intergenerational Politics and Reproductive Politics and Imperial Schools and Societies
Civic Engagement among Ambitions in the United States Steven Brint
Hmong Americans and Japan
Acknowledged as a standard text
Carolyn Wong Aiko Takeuchi-Demirci in its first two editions, this fully
Hmong American immigrants have This book turns to the history of the revised and updated third edition
made a notable impact in American birth control movement in the United of Schools and Societies offers a
political life. They have high voter States and Japan to interpret the broader sweep, stronger theoretical
participation rates have won seats in struggle for hegemony in the Pacific foundation, and updated quantitative
local and state legislative bodies. Yet through the lens of transnational data and research. Chapters compare
the average level of education among feminism. Aiko Takeuchi-Demirci schooling in industrialized and
Hmong Americans still lags behind follows the relationship between developing countries and discuss the
that of the general U.S. population, two iconic birth control activists, major purposes of schooling, including
and high poverty rates persist. Margaret Sanger in the United transmitting culture, socializing
States and Ishimoto Shizue in Japan, young people, and sorting youth for
Carolyn Wong analyzes how the class locations and occupations. The
as well as other intellectuals and
Hmong came to pursue politics as penultimate chapter looks at school
policymakers, to make sense of the
a key path to advancement and reform efforts, drawing for the first
complex transnational exchanges
inclusion in the United States.
occurring around contraception. The time on comparative studies, and a
Drawing on interviews with new coda considers the educational
birth control movement facilitated
community leaders, refugees, and ideals schools should strive for and
U.S. expansionism, exceptionalism,
the second-generation children how they might be attained. This
and anti-communist policy and was
of immigrants, she shows that textbook delivers the accessible
welcomed in Japan as a hallmark of
intergenerational mechanisms of explanations instructors rely on with
modernity. By telling this story in
social voting underlie the political updated, expanded information that’s
a transnational context, Takeuchi-
participation of Hmong Americans.
Demirci draws connections between even more relevant for students.
“Voting Together forces readers birth control activism and the history “The central text for those looking for
to reconsider traditional theories of eugenics, racism, and imperialism. a broadly comparative and historical
of community empowerment and review of the sociology of education.”
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14 ASIAN AMERICA EDUCATION AND SOCIETY
A SERIES EDITED BY GORDON H. CHANG
StanfordBRIEFS
StanfordBRIEFS

ANCHOR BABIES
AND THE
CHALLENGE
OF BIRTHRIGHT
CITIZENSHIP
LEO R. CHAVEZ

Anchor Babies and the BRICS or Bust? How Civility Works
Challenge of Birthright Escaping the Middle-Income Trap Keith J. Bybee
Citizenship Hartmut Elsenhans and This book elegantly explores the
Leo R. Chavez Salvatore Babones “crisis” in civility, looking closely
Birthright citizenship has a deep and Economic growth has slowed or at how civility intertwines with our
contentious history in the United stalled in Brazil, Russia, India, long history of boorish behavior
States, one often hard to square in a China, and South Africa. BRICS and the ongoing quest for pleasant
country that prides itself on being or Bust? argues that economic company. Keith J. Bybee argues that
“a nation of immigrants.” Recently, catch-up requires direct government the very features that make civility
a provocative and decidedly more investment in human infrastructure, ineffective and undesirable also
offensive term than birthright policies that increase wages and the point to civility’s power and appeal.
citizenship has emerged: “anchor bargaining power of labor, and the 88 pages, 2016
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changes in the legal definition of Living Emergency Joshua C. Wilson
citizenship have affected the children Israel’s Permit Regime in the
of immigrants over time, and, Occupied West Bank This book outlines decades’ long
ultimately, how U.S.-born citizens effort by anti-abortion activists
Yael Berda to transform the very politics of
still experience trauma if they live
in families with undocumented Living Emergency brings readers abortion, from streets to legislative
immigrants. By examining this inside Israel's permit regime and halls to courtrooms.
pejorative term in its political, his- offers a first-hand account of how “[This book] will change how
torical, and social contexts, Chavez the Israeli secret service, government, we think about abortion politics
calls upon us to exorcise it from and military civil administration in America.”
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SECOND EDITION Georg Simmel and the The Politics of Compassion
The Max Weber Dictionary Disciplinary Imaginary The Sichuan Earthquake and
Key Words and Central Concepts Civic Engagement in China
Elizabeth S. Goodstein
Richard Swedberg and Bin Xu
Ola Agevall An internationally famous philosopher
and best-selling author during his The 2008 Sichuan earthquake killed
This fully updated and expanded lifetime, Georg Simmel has been 87,000 people and left 5 million
edition of The Max Weber Dictionary marginalized in contemporary homeless. In response, an unprece-
reflects current scholarly threads intellectual and cultural history. dented wave of volunteers and civic
of inquiry and introduces the most This neglect belies his groundbreaking associations streamed in to help. The
recent translations and references role in revealing the theoretical Politics of Compassion examines how
to Weber’s work. A wealth of new significance of phenomena— civically engaged citizens acted on
entries on various topics—including including money, gender, urban life, the ground, how they understood
pragmatism and race and racism— and technology—that subsequently the meaning of their actions, and
have been added in light of the how the political climate shaped
became established arenas of inquiry
newly completed German definitive their actions and understandings.
in cultural theory. It further ignores
edition of Weber’s work. All entries Using extensive data from interviews,
his philosophical impact on thinkers
observations, and textual materials,
are developed to help researchers as diverse as Benjamin, Musil, and
Bin Xu shows that the large-scale
use Weber’s ideas in their own work, Heidegger. Integrating intellectual
civic engagement was not just a
and illuminate how Weber himself biography, philosophical interpretation, natural outpouring of compassion,
thought theorizing should occur. and a critical examination of the but also a complex social process,
Each entry delves into Weber scholar- history of academic disciplines, this both enabled and constrained by
ship and acts as a point of departure book restores Simmel to his rightful the authoritarian political context.
for discussion and research. More place as a major figure and challenges This is a powerful account of how
than an elementary dictionary, the frameworks through which his the widespread death and suffering
this book makes a contribution to contributions to modern thought caused by the earthquake illuminates
the general culture and legacy of have been at once remembered the moral-political dilemma faced by
Weber’s work. As such, this book is and forgotten. Chinese citizens.
an invaluable resource to students,
“This book does more than contribute to “Xu tells a rich and moving story of
scholars, and general readers alike. our understanding of a major modern both apathy and moral sentiments,
“An indispensable source of reference thinker: it offers a fascinating analysis powerlessness and agency. A refreshing,
for social scientists.” of knowledge formation at the turn of cultural-sociological perspective on
the twentieth century.” the politics of compassion and civil
—Sam Whimster,
editor of the Journal for —Michael Jennings, society in China.”
Max Weber Studies Princeton University —Guobin Yang,
University of Pennsylvania
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16 THEORY
Popular Democracy Revolution without Divergent Memories
The Paradox of Participation Revolutionaries Opinion Leaders and the
Gianpaolo Baiocchi and Making Sense of the Arab Spring Asia-Pacific War
Ernesto Ganuza Asef Bayat Gi-Wook Shin and
Local participation is the new
Daniel Sneider
The revolutionary wave that swept
democratic imperative. In the United the Middle East in 2011 was marked Debate over the history of World
States, three-fourths of all cities have by spectacular mobilization, spread- War II in Asia remains surprisingly
developed opportunities for citizen ing within and between countries intense, and this book examines the
involvement in strategic planning. with extraordinary speed. Several opinions of powerful individuals
Yet many contend that these oppor- years on, however, it has caused to pinpoint the sources of conflict:
tunities are less connected to actual limited shifts in structures of power, from Japanese colonialism in
centers of power and the jurisdictions leaving much of the old political Korea and atrocities in China to the
where issues are decided. and social order intact. Asef Bayat American use of atomic weapons
uncovers why this occurred, and against Japan. Rather than labeling
With this book, Gianpaolo Baiocchi
what made these uprisings so distinct others’ views as “distorted” or
and Ernesto Ganuza consider the
from those that came before. ignoring dissenting voices to create
opportunities and challenges of
a monolithic historical account,
democratic participation. Examining Revolution without Revolutionaries
is both a history of the Arab Spring Gi-Wook Shin and Daniel Sneider
how participation has traveled the
and a history of revolution writ pursue a more fruitful approach:
world—with its inception in Porto
broadly. Setting the 2011 uprisings analyzing how historical memory has
Alegre, Brazil, and spread to Europe
side by side with the revolutions of developed, been formulated, and even
and North America—they show
the 1970s, particularly the Iranian been challenged in each country.
how participatory instruments have
become more focused on the forma- Revolution, Bayat reveals a profound “Mobilizing evidence from interviews
tion of public opinion and are far less global shift in the nature of protest: to pop culture to textbooks, the au-
attentive to actual reform. Popular protestors call for reform rather than thors show how personal experience,
fundamental transformation. political change, regional diplomacy,
Democracy concludes with suggestions
and national identity shaped war
of how participation could better “Asef Bayat is in the vanguard of a narratives, they also suggest a path
achieve its political ideals. subtle and original theorization of to armistice.”
“An eminent and critical contribution social movements and social change —Peter Duus,
to the scholarship about one of the in the Middle East. Essential reading.” Stanford University
most interesting political experiments —Juan Cole,
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AWARD WINNER AWARD WINNER The Global Rise of Populism
Organizing Organic Crook County Performance, Political Style,
Conflict and Compromise in Racism and Injustice in America’s and Representation
an Emerging Market Largest Criminal Court Benjamin Moffitt
Michael A. Haedicke Nicole Gonzalez Van Cleve
This book argues for the need to
Tracing the history of the organic American criminal courts are the rethink the concept of populism.
food sector, Michael A. Haedicke gateway between police action on While still based on the classic
charts the development of two the street and the processing of divide between “the people” and
narratives in the organic debate that primarily black and Latino defendants “the elite,” populism’s reliance on
give way to competing institutional into jails and prisons. Yet the courts, new media technologies, its shifting
logics. Social activists contend that often portrayed as sacred, impartial relationship to political representa-
organics can break up the concen- institutions, have remained shrouded tion, and its increasing ubiquity
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archival sources, Haedicke looks legal world where courtroom actors Colorblindness in American Law
at how these groups make sense live and breathe racism while simul-
Sora Y. Han
of their everyday work, paying taneously committing themselves to
particular attention to instances a colorblind ideal. Nicole Gonzalez Deconstructing the law’s central
when individuals overcome conflicting Van Cleve urges all citizens to take a doctrines on due process, citizenship,
narratives by creating new cultural closer look at the way we do justice equality, punishment, and indi-
concepts and organizational forms. in America and to hold our arbiters vidual liberty, Sora Y. Han exposes
“Working at the intersection of of justice accountable to the highest how racial slavery and the ongoing
social movements and organizational standards of equality. struggle for abolition continue
theory, Haedicke has fashioned a “Beautifully written and keenly to haunt the law’s reliance on the
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