New Sociology Titles from Penguin Random House

By Spenser Stevens | January 10 2024 | Sociology

Browse these new and notable titles for use in your Sociology courses. To request complimentary exam copies for course-use consideration, click here. 

Disillusioned
Five Families and the Unraveling of America's Suburbs
9780593298183
Through the stories of five American families, a masterful and timely exploration of how hope, history, and racial denial collide in the suburbs and their schools
$32.00 US
Jan 23, 2024
Hardcover
496 Pages
Penguin Press

Black Women Taught Us
An Intimate History of Black Feminism
9780593243336
A reclamation of essential history and a hopeful gesture toward a better political future, this is what listening to Black women looks like—from a professor of political science and columnist for Teen Vogue.
$30.00 US
Jan 23, 2024
Hardcover
368 Pages
Random House

Read Write Own
Building the Next Era of the Internet
9780593731383
A potent exploration of the power of blockchains to reshape the future of the internet—and how that affects us all—from influential technology entrepreneur and startup investor Chris Dixon
$31.00 US
Jan 30, 2024
Hardcover
320 Pages
Random House

Legacy
A Black Physician Reckons with Racism in Medicine
9780593491287
The rousing, captivating story of a Black physician, her career in medicine, and the deep inequities that still exist in the U.S. healthcare system
$28.00 US
Jan 23, 2024
Hardcover
304 Pages
Viking

Everyone Who Is Gone Is Here
The United States, Central America, and the Making of a Crisis
9781984880802
An epic, heartbreaking, and deeply reported history of the disastrous humanitarian crisis at the southern border told through the lives of the migrants forced to risk everything and the policymakers who determine their fate, by New Yorker staff writer Jonathan Blitzer
$32.00 US
Jan 30, 2024
Hardcover
544 Pages
Penguin Press

How To Do Social Research With
9781913380427
A guide to the doing of critical and creative research with a range of unusual means to apprise places and build ethical relationships.
$35.95 US
Jan 16, 2024
Paperback
280 Pages
Goldsmiths Press

Hanging Out
The Radical Power of Killing Time
9781685890780
“Hide your phone, stop hustling for a second, and read this passionate argument for the importance of the unstructured pre-digital hang.” —People
Loneliness is an epidemic; it feels harder than ever to connect with others meaningfully. What can we do to remedy this? Sheila Liming has the answer: we need to hang out more.
$19.99 US
Jan 09, 2024
Paperback
272 Pages
Melville House

Rough Sleepers
Dr. Jim O'Connell's urgent mission to bring healing to homeless people
9781984801456
The powerful story of an inspiring doctor who made a difference, by helping to create a program to care for Boston’s homeless community—by the Pulitzer Prize–winning, New York Times bestselling author of Mountains Beyond Mountains
$22.00 US
Jan 16, 2024
Paperback
320 Pages
Random House Trade Paperbacks