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Turkish Berlin: Integration Policy and Urban Space
Annika Hinze
University of Minnesota Press, 2013
The Broken Table: The Detroit Newspaper Strike and the State of American Labor
Chris Rhomberg
Russel Sage Foundation (2012)
Chosen Capital: The Jewish Encounter with American Capitalism
Daniel Soyer (contributor)
Rutgers University Press (2012)

"The essays in Chosen Capital break new ground in the study of Jews and their relationship to American capitalism. The ideas and information presented in this exciting volume greatly expand our knowledge of a highly important, yet understudied, subject." -- Tony Michels, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Reconstructing Beirut: Memory and Space in a Post-War Arab City 
Aseel Sawalha
University of Texas Press (2011)

Qualitative Research Methods for the Social Sciences
Bruce Berg
Prentice Hall, 8 Edition (2011)

“This is so well written and clear for students who struggle with this type of material.” -Meredith Kneavel Boyd, Chestnut Hill College


The Heroic City: Paris 1945-1958
Rosemary Wakeman
University of Chicago Press (2009)

“A superb book filled with erudition. The brio of the writing conveys Wakeman’s passion for her topic, which is all to the good since Paris is so personal a subject. Wakeman has assembled an impressive amount of information about postwar Paris and has brought it to life with her energetic prose.”—David P. Jordan, University of Illinois at Chicago.

Mitzvah Girls: Bringing Up the Next Generation of Hasidic Jews in Brooklyn
Ayala Fader
Princeton University Press (2009)

"A compelling and intimate picture of a society largely closed to outsiders, tracing the girls' upbringing from early childhood until marriage." -- Miriam Shaviv, Jewish Chronicle

Heroes, Lovers, and Others: The Story of Latinos in Hollywood
Clara Rodriguez
Oxford University Press (2008)
The Hudson: An Illustrated Guide to the Living Rive
Roger G. Panetta (contributor)
Rutgers University Press (2007)

"Everyone who lives in the Hudson Valley should have this book... " -- C. Lavett Smith, Curator Emeritus, American Museum of Natural History, and author of Fish Watching: An Outdoor Guide to Freshwater Fishes

The Counseling Psychologist Volume 34, Number 4
Harold Takooshian
Sage Publications (2006)

Long Island City: Connecting the Arts
Colin Cathcart
Design Trust for Public Space (2006)


The Housing Divide: How Generations of Immigrants Fare in New York's Housing Market
Emily Rosenbaum
NYU Press (2006)

"The Housing Divide is a very good book. It accomplishes theadmirable feat of evaluating assimilation theory, using a combination of archival and quantitative data, within the intrinsically important New York city context." -Milton Vickerman,Urban Studies Journal

White Boy: A Memoir
Mark Naison
Temple University Press (2002)

New York Night: The Mystique and its History
Mark Caldwell

Simon & Schuster (2001)  "The magic of this book-the author's painterly way with light, the indelible images he conjures-lingers on like a Cole Porter melody, constantly shifting from dark to light,from major to minor keys. Mark Caldwell has an extraordinary gift for bringing the legendary and the obscure characters of night-time New York to life. As I read his book, it made me giddy to think I'm one of those fools who've made it their mission to keep the magic of the New York night alive." -- Mary Cleere Haran, acclaimed cabaret singer.

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