Comments from the author about writing: I love to write. I take great joy in engaging in the process of putting words together to share knowledge and write about experiences that can both resonate with readers and expand their worldview. I generally write about issues of race, gender, class, and the law. My approach to writing is to work to write scholarship that is accessible and interesting to a wide range of people, regardless of their training or schooling.
Book Types: Nonfiction
Audience Types: Adult
Genre: History, Sociology, Law
Are you willing to do programs for schools, libraries, or other groups? Yes
If you are willing to do programs, will you charge a fee? Generally no. I generally would not charge a fee to public libraries, a book club group, classroom teachers at the K-12 level, and classroom teachers at the college or graduate school level particularly if they are using the book in class. That said, I may charge a fee to the appropriate group--a university or college, e.g.; it would depend on the purposes or the circumstances.
E-mail Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Author's Web site: http://www.law.uiowa.edu/faculty/angela-onwuachi-willig.php
Books By This Author
- According to Our Hearts: Rhinelander v. Rhinelander and the Law of the Multiracial Family, Yale University Press, New Haven, Connecticut and London, England, 2013.