Between the covers
Margaret L. Andersen, Rosenberg Professor of Sociology, and Neil F. Thomas, AS ’76, Living Art: The Life of Paul R. Jones, African American Art Collector, University of Delaware Press.
John W. Anderson, AS ’81, Stand by Her: A Breast Cancer Guide for Men, AMACON.
David Apostolico, BE ’85, Compete, Play, Win: Finding Your Best Competitive Self, Skyhorse.
Awista Ayub, EP ’09M, However Tall the Mountain: A Dream, Eight Girls, and a Journey Home, Hyperion.
Alice D. Ba, associate professor of political science and international relations, (Re)Negotiating East and Southeast Asia: Region, Regionalism, and the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, Stanford University Press.
Laurie Churchman, AS ’85, The Art of Boat Names: Inspiring Ideas for Names and Designs, International Marine/Ragged Mountain Press.
Andrea DeCapua, AS ’77M, Students With Limited or Interrupted Formal Schooling: A Guide for Educators, University of Michigan Press.
Howard “Howdy” Giles, AS ’63, The King and I: An Unlikely Journey from Fan to Friend, Triumph Books.
Robert L. Hilliard, AS ’48, Hollywood Speaks Out: Pictures That Dared to Protest Real World Issues, Wiley-Blackwell.
William Innes Homer, H. Rodney Sharp Professor Emeritus of Art History, editor, The Paris Letters of Thomas Eakins, Princeton University Press.
Barry Barnett Keith, AS ’84, The Silence, AuthorHouse.
Walter “Bruno” Korschek, AS ’75, ’76M, Love My Country, Loathe My Government: 50 First Steps to Restoring Our Freedom and Destroying the American Political Class, Wheatmark.
Tim LeCain, AS ’98PhD, Mass Destruction: The Men and Giant Mines That Wired America and Scarred the Planet, Rutgers University Press.
Lis M. Maurer, AS ’86, and Rebecca F. Plante, co-editors, Doing Gender Diversity: Readings in Theory and Real-World Experience, Westview Press.
Eileen McNichol McVety, BE ’87, Welcome to the Company (or What It’s Really Like Working Here), Inkwater Press.
William F. Meehan III, AS ’88M, editor, Conversations With William F. Buckley Jr., University Press of Mississippi.
Jeff Pearlman, AS ’94, The Rocket That Fell to Earth: Roger Clemens and the Rage for Baseball Immortality, Harper.
John Piersol, AG ’70, and Harry V. Smith, Turf Maintenance Facility Design & Management, Wiley.
J. Rixey Ruffin, AS ’97M, ’01PhD, A Paradise of Reason: William Bentley and Enlightenment Christianity in the Early Republic, Oxford University Press.
SueAnn Schatz AS ’85, and Carolyn Oulton, Mary Cholmondeley Reconsidered, Pickering & Chatto.
Jessica M. Shadian, AS ’06PhD, and Monica Tennberg, editors, Legacies and Change in Polar Sciences: Historical, Legal and Political Reflections on The International Polar Year, Ashgate.
David M. Stephens, AS ’80, The “Keys” to Your First Home: The Guide to Your New Home Written by a Nonprofit Housing Counselor, www.lulu.com.
David Suisman, assistant professor of history, Selling Sounds: The Commercial Revolution in American Music, Harvard University Press.