My book, Social Activism in Women’s Tennis: Generations of Politics and Cultural Change, based largely on my dissertation, is under contract with Routledge. Routledge expects delivery of this manuscript in April 2019, with publication afterwards. The book chronicles the lineage of social activism in women’s professional tennis from 1968, when tennis became “open,” to the present. Though the main message of women’s sporting equality has remained the same since 1968, the lineage of social activism in women’s tennis has distinguishable cohorts as women’s tennis gained strength, outside politics changed, and new players entered the space of women’s tennis and others left. Players from previous generations inculcated new players to the culture and politics of women’s tennis at the same time that these new players brought with them new frameworks for understanding the world around them. I am very much looking forward to working with Routledge on this project!