America’s War on Same-Sex Couples and Their Families

By Daniel R. Pinello ’72. America’s War on Same-Sex Couples and Their Families is a legal, political, and social history of constitutional amendments in twenty American states (with 43 percent of the nation’s population) that prohibited government recognition of all forms of relationship rights (marriage, civil unions, and domestic partnerships) for same-sex couples. Based on 175 interviews with gay and lesbian pairs in Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina, Ohio, Texas, and Wisconsin, the volume has great human-interest value and chronicles how same-sex couples and their children coped within harsh legal environments.


Etchy Sketchy Skies

Artichoke, featuring Timothy Sellers '90

How Do We Look?: Resisting Visual Biopolitics

By Fatimah Tobing Rony ’84

SEZ (Everything Speaks)

Marcus Smith '78

The View from the Pack: Stories of the Boston Marathon

Joel Richardson ’82