The Stuff of Family Life, published in 2017 (Rowman & Littlefield), is a finalist for the Foreword 2017 INDIES Book Awards!
Between: Living Life in Neither Extreme (Montezuma Publishing) is a collection of essays that were formerly featured on my blog.
Love Letters: Saving Romance in the Digital Age (Routledge) will be out in June 2018.
Contemporary Parenting and Parenthood: From News Headlines to New Research (Praeger) will be out in late 2018.
My books, with details available in the links below, are accessible to academic and general interest audiences.
“The Stuff of Family Life, by Michelle Janning, is a fascinating sociological exploration of what material goods say about people and society. . . .The book is intelligent. It is also a relatable and entertaining read. . . .The Stuff of Family Life is an illuminating, well-researched and remarkable book. The insights it offers afford… Read More
“Have you ever considered why your house has a dining room? Or have you thought about which rooms in your house are public (such as the living room) or private (like the bedroom)? Sociologist Janning looks at spaces and items in modern American homes to understand the boundaries between public and private lives for families,… Read More