A Witherston Murder Mystery
Betty Jean Craig ’68 returns to her fictional Georgia town of Witherston with a story of blackmail, sacred burial grounds and murder.
Revolution Against Empire
Taxes, Politics, and the Origins of American Independence
Justin du Rivage ’05 resets the story of American independence within the long, fierce clash over the political and economic future of the British Empire.
My Dark Horses
In her first full-length poetry collection, Jodie Hollander ’68 offers highly personal poems about family, interspersed with meditations on the works of Rimbaud.
The Sensational Past
How the Enlightenment Changed the Way We Use Our Senses
Carolyn Purnell ’06 offers an insightful survey of the ways Enlightenment thinkers made sense of their world.
Military Thought in Early China
Christopher C. Rand ’70 provides a well-argued framework for understanding early China’s military philosophy.
Latin America Since Independence
Two Centuries of Continuity and Change
Thomas C. Wright ’63 critically examines the complex colonial legacies of Latin America through 200 years of postcolonial history.
Love and Narrative Form in Toni Morrison’s Later Novels
Jean Wyatt ’61 explores the interaction among ideas of love, narrative innovation and reader response in Morrison’s seven later novels.
Shake It Up
Great American Writing on Rock and Pop from Elvis to Jay Z
Professors Jonathan Lethem and Kevin Dettmar, both longtime devotees and scholars of modern music, join forces as editors of a compendium of some of the nation’s all-time best writing from the world of rock and pop.
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