Barry Sanders
UNSUSPECTING SOULS: The Disappearance Of The Human Being (Counterpoint Press, 2009)
THE GREEN ZONE: The Environmental Costs Of Militarism (AK Press, 2009)
ALIENABLE RIGHTS: The Exclusion of African Americans in a White Man’s Land, 1619-2000 (HarperCollins, 2003)
THE PRIVATE DEATH OF PUBLIC DISCOURSE (Beacon Press, 1998)
SUDDEN GLORY: Laughter as Subversive History (Beacon Press, 1995)
A IS FOR OX: The Collapse of Literacy and the Rise of Violence in an Electronic Age (Vintage Books, 1994)

Barry Sanders is a recipient of a Fulbright Senior Scholar Grant. His most recent book, Unsuspecting Souls: The Disappearance of the Human Being, examines America’s shifting perceptions of human life between the nineteenth and twenty-first centuries. Alienable Rights: The Exclusion of African Americans in a White Man’s Land, 1619-2000, which Sanders co-authored with Francis D. Adams, was nominated for the Robert F. Kennedy Book Award and was named a Notable Book of the Year by the Detroit Free Press. Sanders retired in 2005 from his post as a professor of History of Ideas and English at Pitzer College in Claremont, California.