New Month, New eBooks: Check out these 25 additions, covering fashion, urban planning, the role of race in midwifery, and much more

This March, our new additions span a wide range of topics. eBooks discuss fashion buying in the digital space, the role of African American midwives in the 20th century South, the history of Philadelphia, and much more. Check out the 25 titles below or browse our complete collection: Gutman or Scott.

Bad Advice: On Why Celebrities, Politicians, and Activists Aren’t Your Best Source of Health Information

Becoming Philadelphia: How an Old American City Made Itself New Again

Best Before: The Evolution and Future of Processed Food

Beyond Trans: Does Gender Matter?

Buying Gay: How Physique Entrepreneurs Sparked a Movement

Culturally Competent Compassion: A Guide for Healthcare Students and Practitioners

Critical Ethnic Studies: A Reader

Ctrl Alt Delete: How Politics and the Media Crashed Our Democracy

Delivered by Midwives: African American Midwifery in the Twentieth-Century South  

Digital Research Methods in Fashion and Textile Studies

Digital Type Design for Branding: Designing Letters from Their Source

Disasters in Paradise: Natural Hazards, Social Vulnerability, and Development Decisions

Diversity in the Great Unity: Regional Yuan Architecture

Essential Essays, Volume 1: Foundations of Cultural Studies

Fashion and Psychoanalysis: Styling the Self

Fashion Buying and Merchandising: The Fashion Buyer in a Digital Society

Fashioning Identity: Status Ambivalence in Contemporary Fashion

Fast Facts in Health Information for Nurses

Finishing Our Story: Preparing for the End of Life

How to Read a Dress: A Guide to Changing Fashion from the 16th to the 20th Century

How to Read a Suit: A Guide to Changing Men’s Fashion From the 17th to the 20th Century

How States Shaped Postwar America: State Government and Urban Power

Galliano: Spectacular Fashion

Gender Identity, Sexual Orientation, and Sexual Assault: Challenging the Myths

Trauma, Resilience, and Health Promotion in LGBT Patients: What Every Healthcare Provider Should Know