I was politely reminded by my own campus bookstore that book lists for Spring courses are due at the end of this month.
If you are in the same boat, I humbly ask you if you want to consider using Theology of the Body, Extended. I'm a teacher at heart--and this book was created to contribute to a conversation, but also for classroom use. The first chapter is an introductory review of the literature--mostly, what makes John Paul II's Theology of the Body "tick"--and the next chapters consider what it would look like to apply ToB insights to the foundational human experiences of giving birth, living impaired, and dying. It is a theological anthropology with a definite pastoral edge for those teaching seminarians or pastoral theologians, and the tone is "readable academic" enough to be used in a college level theology course.
The book has also been of real interest to those working in the Theology of Disability and those doing hospice work.
If you are interested, you can read the first chapter and learn how to buy the book here. The exam copy policy is here. And if the book doesn't quite suit for your classroom use, I know Lectio Publishing would be thrilled if you could get your university or seminary library to order the book as a resource for their research. As a "New Kid on the Block" publisher, they are in the midst of creating those institutional connections. You could help them out!