The topics addressed in this course draw from larger themes that tend to be covered in books (articles, for instance, will have a far more specific or specialized focus). Please keep in mind that you don't need to read the entire book. Often with scholarly books each chapter can be read as a standalone topic. In some cases, books are anthologies or edited volumes (collections of essays by various authors, related to a broad topic). It's always a good idea to at least skim the introduction, as it often clarifies how the book defines certain terms and typically describes the focus and scope of the book.
The suggested scholarly books/e-books listed below touch upon your course themes and/or may be applicable to a more specific sub-topic (not an exhaustive list, but a great start).