|This was my first solo book, published in 2001. It reads gender into the history of the struggle over protective labor legislation during the Lochner Era.||Co-Recipient of the 2009
APSA Ralph Bunche Award
This book argues that prosecutions and appeals of convictions for the crime of miscegenation played a pivotal role in shaping and reflecting the development of white supremacy in Alabama between the end of the Civil War and the beginning of the Civil Rights Era.
|This co-edited volume (Lowndes, Novkov, and Warren) considers the intersection of research on race and ethnic politics in the United States and theories concerning political development. Top established and emerging scholars address legal, institutional, historical and cultural perspectives. The volume explores how studies of race can enrich understandings of political development in the United States and vice versa.||This co-edited volume (Sutton, Morgen, and Novkov) explores the gendered and racialized dimensions of militarized conceptions of security in a context of global economic and political restructuring. The contributions in the volume advance paradigms of security that emphasize peacemaking, human rights, social and economic justice, and gender and racial equity.|