Alumni Fiction

 

When the Ground Turns in Its Sleep by Sylvia Sellers-Garcνa ’98 (Riverhead).

Four Wives by Wendy Walker ’79 (St. Martin’s).

 

 

Alumni Nonfiction

From Revolution to Ethics: May 1968 and Contemporary French Thought by Julian Bourg ’92 (McGill-Queens).

Italian Through Film: The Classica by Antonello Borra ’98 PhD and Cristina Pausini ’93, ’98 PhD (Yale).

Law, City, and King: Legal Culture, Municipal Politics, and State Formation in Early Modern Dijon by Michael P. Breen ’00 PhD (Rochester).

A Modern Patronage: de Menil Gifts to American and European Museums by Marcia Brennan ’97 PhD (Yale).

ERISA Fiduciary Law (second edition), co-edited by Frederick Brodie ’84 and Susan P. Serota (BNA Books).

Keywords for American Cultural Studies, edited by Bruce Burgett and Glenn Hendler ’84 (NYU).

Connecting the Dots To Future Electric Power by Edward J. Bair ’49 PhD (AuthorHouse).

Moon Belize by Joshua Berman ’95 (Avalon)..

Complications: Communism and the Dilemmas of Democracy by Claude Lefort, translated by Julian Bourg ’92 (Columbia).

Hope Matters: The Untold Story of How Faith Works in America by John A. Calhoun ’62 (Bartleby).

Stories of Illness and Healing: Women Write Their Bodies, edited by Sayantani DasGupta ’92 and Marsha Hurst ’67 (Kent State).

The Altruistic Species: Scientific, Philosophical, and Religious Perspectives on Human Benevolence by Andrew Michael Flescher ’00 and Daniel L. Worthen (Templeton Foundation).

Stoicism and Emotion by Margaret Graver ’ ’96 PhD (Chicago).

Babies by Design: The Ethics of Genetic Choice by Ronald M. Green ’64 (Yale).

Empathy and the Novel by Suzanne Keen ’84, ’86 AM (Oxford).

New York Look Book: A Gallery of Street Fashion by Amy Larocca ’97 and Jake Chessum (Melcher).

American Inquisition: The Hunt for Japanese American Disloyalty in World War II by Eric L. Muller ’84 (Chapel Hill).

Waiting for America: A Story of Emigration by Maxim Shrayer ’89 (Syracuse).

Selling Modernity: Advertising in Twentieth Century Germany, edited by Pamela E. Swett ’99 PhD, S. Jonathan Wiesen, and Jonathan R. Zatlin (Duke).

Vision, Reflection, and Desire in Western Painting by David Summers ’63 (Chapel Hill).

The Everything Guide to Starting a Catering Business by Joyce Weinberg ’85 (Adams).

 

Faculty Nonfiction The Uses of Paradox: Religion, Self-Transformation, and the Absurd by Matthew Bagger (Columbia).

The Cambridge Guide to American Theatre by Don B. Wilmeth (Cambridge).

Making the Connection between Brain and Behavior, in Parkinson’s Disease by Joseph H. Friedman (Demos).