New Gender Studies Titles from Penguin Random House

By Luis Diaz | January 12 2024 | General

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

Black Women Taught Us
An Intimate History of Black Feminism
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
368 Pages
Random House

Good for a Girl
A Woman Running in a Man's World
Fueled by her years as an elite runner and advocate for women in sports, Lauren Fleshman offers her inspiring personal story and a rallying cry for reform of a sports landscape that is failing young female athletes
$18.00 US
Jan 09, 2024
304 Pages
Penguin Books

Twice as Hard
The Stories of Black Women Who Fought to Become Physicians, from the Civil War to the 21st Century
Black women physicians’ stories have gone untold for far too long, leaving gaping holes in American medical history, in women’s history, and in black history. It’s time to set the record straight.
$18.00 US
Jan 23, 2024
240 Pages
Beacon Press

How to Face Fatphobia
The definitive takedown of fatphobia, drawing on personal experience as well as rigorous research to expose how size discrimination harms everyone, and how to combat it—from the acclaimed author of Down Girl and Entitled
$29.00 US
Jan 09, 2024
320 Pages

A Short History of Trans Misogyny
An accessible, bold new vision for the future of intersectional trans feminism, called "one of the best books in trans studies in recent years" by Susan Stryker
$24.95 US
Jan 30, 2024
192 Pages

The Ghost Reader
Recovering Women’s Contributions to Media Studies
The scholarship, research, and criticism of women who developed key theories of communication and methods for the study of media.
$29.95 US
Jan 16, 2024
256 Pages
Goldsmiths Press