Between the covers
Doug Gelbert, AS ’78, Look Up, Delaware! 12 Walking Tours of Towns in the First State, Cruden Bay Books.
W. Lawrence Gulick, AS ’55M, retired professor of psychology, and Vivian Lawry, Dark Harbor: A Chesapeake Bay Mystery, iUniverse.
Tereska E. Haman, AS ’92, Single-licious: For a Lifetime or the In-Between Time, iUniverse.
Roger Hoerl, AS ’81M, ’83PhD, Use What You Have: Resolving the HIV/AIDS Pandemic, Xlibris. John MacKnight, AS ’88, co-editor with Mark Miller and Jennifer Hart, Essential Orthopaedics, Saunders/Elsevier Publishing.
Carole C. Marks, professor of sociology, Moses and the Monster and Miss Anne, University of Illinois Press.
David Mazur, AS ’93, Combinatorics: A Guided Tour, Mathematical Association of America.
L. Rebecca Johnson Melvin, librarian, Special Collections Department, UD Library, co-editor, An American Political Archives Reader, Scarecrow Press.
Michael F. Middaugh, associate provost for institutional effectiveness, Planning and Assessment in Higher Education: Demonstrating Institutional Effectiveness, Jossey-Bass.
David Plouffe, AS ’89, The Audacity to Win: The Inside Story and Lessons of Barack Obama’s Historic Victory, Viking Press.
Sheldon D. Pollack, professor of law and legal studies, War, Revenue, and State Building: Financing the Development of the American State, Cornell University Press.
David Pong, professor of history and director of the East Asian Studies program, editor-in-chief, Encyclopedia of Modern China (four volumes), Charles Scribner’s Sons.
Shelley Puhak, AS ’00M, Stalin in Aruba, Black Lawrence Press.
David R. Shearer, associate professor of history and director of the Hagley Graduate Program, Policing Stalin’s Socialism: Repression and Social Order in the Soviet Union, 1924-1953, Yale University Press.
Tisa Silver, BE ’01, ’03M, The Time Value of Life: Why Time Is More Valuable Than Money, iUniverse.com.
Louise Schoonover Smith, AS ’63, and John Schoonover, with LeeAnn Dean, AS ’75, Frank E. Schoonover Catalogue Raisonné, Oak Knoll Press.
Mark T. Williams, BE ’85, Uncontrolled Risk: Lessons of Lehman Brothers and How Systemic Risk Can Still Bring Down the World Financial System, McGraw Hill.
Ben Yagoda, professor of English, Memoir: A History, Riverhead Books.