New short fiction by some of Michigan’s well-known and highly acclaimed authors.
New research on the long, shared struggle for freedom by people of African descent in the Detroit River borderland from a uniquely bi-national perspective.
For young readers, an engaging and beautifully illustrated story about the return of beavers to the Detroit River.
A comprehensive travelogue and guidebook exploring island adventures on many of the 135 islands accessible by ferry or bridge in the Great Lakes Basin.
Short, searing glimpses of how race and gender shadow even the most intimate moments of women’s lives.
Blackness Is Burning critiques the way the politics of recognition and representation appear in popular culture as attempts to "humanize" black identity through stories of suffering and triumph or tales of destruction and survival.
Examines an alternative ideology to Zionism that attempted to build a Jewish State outside of Palestine.
A lush and rowdy collection of stories set in a rural Michigan landscape, where wildlife, jobs, and ways of life are vanishing.
A stunning tribute to Detroit’s architectural heritage, this book features 90 full-color photographs of the city’s most impressive buildings.
A study of the landmark television program The Simpsons which focuses on the show’s dual roles as subversive political satire and mainstream mass media hit.
The definitive volume on Detroit's architectural history, from the 1700s to the end of the twentieth century.
A revised edition containing new chapters on the Shekhina.