Chase, Chance, and Creativity: The Lucky Art of Novelty by James H. Austin ’46 (MIT).
Death and Dying, Spirituality and Religions by Lucy Bregman ’66 (Peter Lang).
Black Woman’s Guide to Menopause: Doing Menopause with Heart and Soul by Carolyn Scott Brown ’74 (Sourcebooks).
Better Together: Restoring the American Community by Robert Putman and Lewis Feldstein ’63 (Simon & Schuster).
Sweet Pea at War: A History of the USS Portland by William Thomas Generous Jr. ’63 (Kentucky).
Infants and Toddlers as Members, Makers, Interpreters by June Handler ’43 (Kendall/Hunt).
Wild Fermentation: The Flavor, Nutrition, and Craft of Live-Culture Foods by Sandor Katz ’85 (Chelsea Green).
Nanotechnology and Homeland Security: New Weapons for New Wars by Daniel E. Ratner ’97 and Mark Ratner (Prentice Hall).
Whatever Happened to Good and Evil? by Russ Shafer-Landau ’86 (Oxford).
Coming Home: A Woman’s Story of Conversion to Judaism by Linda M. Shires ’73 (Westview).
The Active Woman’s Health and Fitness Handbook by Nadya Swedan ’88 (Perigee).
The Sapphire Sea by John Robinson ’95 M.F.A. (William Morrow).
Tangled Up in Daydreams by Rebecca Bloom ’96 (William Morrow).
Barbaric Traffic: Commerce and Antislavery in the 18th-Century Atlantic World by Philip Gould ’83 (Harvard).
The New Truth about Menopause: Straight Talk about Treatments and Choices from Two Leading Women Doctors by Carol Landau ’70 and Michelle G. Cyr A.M. ’00 (St. Martin’s).
Aging in Today’s World: Conversations Between an Anthropologist and a Physician by Renee Rose Shield ’70, Ph.D. ’84 and Stanley Aaronson (Berghahn).
Jonah and Sarah: Jewish Stories of Russia and America by David Shrayer-Petrov, edited and translated by Maxim D. Shrayer ’89 (Syracuse).