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Social Class Voices: Student Stories from the University of Michigan BicentennialEdited by Dwight Lang and Aubrey Schiavone
These writers explore social class heritages at a time when more and more Americans are recognizing economic inequality as a core structural problem facing millions, independent of individual effort and talent. They shed light on what is too often denied both on and off college campuses: social class. By their very nature these types of explorations are political.
In America, where economic differences frequently go unnoticed when discussing inequality, openly writing about one’s personal class experiences can be controversial. These University of Michigan students and alumni have the courage to make public how social class structures American life.
- 978-1-60785-433-3 (hardcover)
- 978-1-60785-434-0 (ebook)