Class in America is a newly established book series for a broad array of studies on class in the humanities and social sciences. The studies in this series examine the differing senses of this fluid concept, and explore the role of class in all aspects of American cultural, intellectual, and everyday life—from education, the arts and the sciences to the courts, urban planning, public policy and the workplace. This interaction of ideas and findings, and the discussions they foster, brings into focus new perspectives on class and expands the terms through which American life is comprehended.
Scholars in the humanities and social sciences who are interested in proposing a book for the Series should contact the Series Editor for submission guidelines.
Class in America, Series Editor
Jeffrey R. Di Leo
School of Arts and Sciences
University of Houston-Victoria
3007 North Ben Wilson
Victoria, TX 77901-5731
Phone 361-570-4210 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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