Fresh Ink

By The Editors / March / April 2003
June 22nd, 2007

Alumni Fiction

The Blue Widow by Jon Land ’79 (Forge, $25.95).

The Disapparition of James by Anne Ursu ’96 (Hyperion, $23.95).

Alumni Nonfiction

Shakespeare’s Tragic Skepticism by Millicent Bell ’51, ’55 Ph.D. (Yale, $26).

The Patina of Place: The Cultural Weathering of a New England Industrial Landscape by Kingston Wm. Heath ’85 Ph.D. (University of Tennessee, $14.95).

Understanding Terrorism in America, From the Klan to Al Qaeda by Christopher Hewitt ’70 Ph.D. (Routledge, $22.95).

A River and Its City: The Nature of Landscape in New Orleans by Ari Kelman ’98 Ph.D. (University of California, $29.95).

How the Other Half Works: Immigration and the Social Organization of Labor by Roger Waldinger ’74 and Michael I. Lichter (University of California, $19.95).

Faculty Nonfiction

Great Power Diplomacy Since 1914 by Norman Rich (McGraw-Hill, $42.50).

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