Now Is Everything is a stirring debut novel by Amy Giles told in alternating THEN and NOW chapters, about what one girl is willing to do to protect her past, present, and future. The McCauley family look perfect but they are hiding a dark secret. ISBN:978006249576
Stopping Gender-based Violence in Higher Education provides a unique insight into how gender-based violence at universities is impacting students and staff and outlines the path toward tangible changes that can prevent it. ISBN:978103217247
Drawing on the authors’ own research and written with compassion and insight, When Men Batter Women offers invaluable advice and support to women in abusive relationships, as well as to friends, relatives, and caregivers who want to help. ISBN:9781416551331
Told in multiple voices, when popular Mike Parker’s girlfriend informs North Bay Academy’s principal that he has been hitting her, students react differently, revealing their own. insecurities and problems. A compelling, story of hope and courage. ISBN:9780349003290
This book examines how gender and other social identities and inequalities shape experiences of, and responses to, violence in intimate relationships. It provides new insights into men as both perpetrators and victims of violence. ISBN:9780367234898
This book provides unflinchingly realistic and powerful deconstruction of a toxic teenage relationship, The Places I’ve Cried in Public is a disturbing portrait of a teenage girl and her descent into a coercive, controlling relationship. ISBN:9781474949521.
In this groundbreaking account, Dr Marie France Hirigoyen lays bare the destructive hidden’ phenomenon of emotional abuse. She argues that while emotional abuse is not as visible as physical abuse, it is equally violent and perhaps even more widespread. ISBN:9781885586995
Jacqui True, an internationally renowned scholar of globalization and gender, provides an expansive frame for understanding Violence against women and girls (VAWG) in this book. ISBN:9780199378937
Supriya Singh tells the stories of 12 Anglo-Celtic and Indian women in Australia who survived economic abuse. She describes the lived experience of coercive control underlying economic abuse across cultures. ISBN:9781000456806.
In this extraordinarily candid and radically inventive memoir, Carmen Machado recounts her real-life entanglement in an abusive same-sex relationship to create an entirely unique piece of work which is destined to become an instant classic. ISBN:9781788162258