Books by Alumni of the Graduate Fellows Program

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In 2003, the Institute's graduate training program became the Graduate Fellows Program. The program was re-designed but the goals remained similar: increasing the representation and academic success of historically under-represented students and other students in need of professional support, while supporting innovative research on social change in American cities. On these pages, we showcase books by alumni from the 1970's through the present.

Cover of Women and Migration in the U.S.-Mexico Borderlands: A Reader

Denise A. Segura and Patricia Zavella (Editors)

Cover of Free at Last?: Black America in the Twenty-first Century

Juan Battle, Michael Bennett, and Anthony J. Lemelle (Editors)

Cover of The Social Context of the Mau Mau Movement in Kenya

Kinuthia Macharia and Muigai Kanyua

Cover of Beyond Resistance!: Youth Activism and Community Change

Shawn Ginwright, Pedro Noguera and Julio Cammarota, (Editors)

Cover of From Poverty to Punishment: How Welfare Reform Punishes the Poor

Gary Delgado and Applied Research Center


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