Thomas Dumm

Photo of Thomas DummPhoto | Jacqueline Mia FosterThomas Dumm is William H. Hastie ’25 Professor of Political Science at Amherst College. He has received a Guggenheim Fellowship and is the author of Loneliness as a Way of Life, A Politics of the Ordinary, and Democracy and Punishment: Disciplinary Origins of the United States.

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Cover: Home in America: On Loss and RetrievalHome in America: On Loss and RetrievalDumm, ThomasHARDCOVER11/19/2019$36.00
Cover: Loneliness as a Way of LifeLoneliness as a Way of LifeDumm, ThomasPAPERBACK05/01/2010$22.50
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Jacket: Awakening: How Gays and Lesbians Brought Marriage Equality to America, by Nathaniel Frank, from Harvard University Press

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