Mixed Media

Mixed Media

  • Nonfiction

    • Finding Samuel Lowe: China, Jamaica, Harlem by Paula Williams Madison ‘74 HarperCollins, 2015

    • Collecting Shakespeare: The Story of Henry and Emily Folger by Stephen Grant Johns Hopkins Univ. Press, 2014

    • Creative Alliances: The Transnational Designs of Indigenous Women’s Poetry by Molly McGlennen, Associate Professor of English Univ. of Oklahoma Press, 2014

    • House of Outrageous Fortune: Fifteen Central Park West, the World’s Most Powerful Address by Michael Gross ‘74 Atria Books, 2015

    • New Theories, Models and Methods in Literary and Cultural Studies: Theory into Practice by Greta Olson ’86 and Ansgar Nunning WVT: Trier, 2013

    • Hyacinth Girls: A Novel by Lauren Frankel ‘99 Crown Publishing Group, 2015

    • Prologues and Epilogues of Restoration Theater: Gender and Comedy, Performance and Print by Diana Solomon ‘92 University of Delaware Press, 2013

    • Croswell Bowen: A Writer’s Life, A Daughter’s Portrait by Betsy Connor Bowen ‘66 Potomac Books Inc., 2014

    • Urban Origins of American Judaism by Deborah Dash Moore, Professor of Religion University of Georgia Press, 2014

    • Haunted Historiographies: The Rhetoric of Ideology in Postcolonial Irish Fiction by Matthew Schultz, Director of the Writing Center Manchester University Press, 2014

    • Adopting Older Children: A Practical Guide to Adopting and Parenting Children over Age Four by Stephanie Bosco-Ruggiero ‘99, Gloria Russo Wassell, and Victor Groza New Horizon Press, 2014

    • 1,000 Spanish Recipes by Penelope Casas ‘65 Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2014

    • Atheist Mind, Humanist Heart by Lex Bayer and John Figdor ‘06 Rowman & Littlefield, 2014

    • Doppelgänger Dilemmas: Anglo-Dutch Relations in Early Modern English Literature and Culture by Marjorie Rubright ‘95 University of Pennsylvania Press, 2014

    • The Cinema of Errol Morris by David Resha ‘01 Wesleyan University Press, 2015

    • The Art of American Whiskey: A Visual History of the Nation’s Most Storied Spirit, Through 100 Iconic Labels by Noah Rothbaum ‘00 Ten Speed Press, 2015

    • Freedom’s Mirror: Cuba and Haiti in the Age of Revolution by Ada Ferrer ‘84 Cambridge University Press, 2014

    • Emigré: 95 Years in the Life of a Russian Count by Paul Grabbe and Alexandra Grabbe ‘69 Alexandra Grabbe, 2014

    • Authentic Learning in the Digital Age: Engaging Students Through Inquiry by Larissa Pahomov ‘05 Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, 2014

    • The South Carolina Roots of African American Thought: A Reader by Susanna Ashton ‘89, coedited with Rhondda Robinson Thomas University of South Carolina Press, 2014

    • Scars of Partition: Postcolonial Legacies in French and British Borderlands by William F. S. Miles ‘77 University of Nebraska Press, 2014

    • Mariette Pathy Allen [’62]: TransCuba by Mariela Castro Espín Daylight Books, 2014

    • Breaking New Ground in Art History: A Festschrift in Honor of Alicia Craig Faxon [‘52] Margaret A. Hanni, editor New Academia Publishing, 2014

    • Embracing Elderhood—Planning for the Next Stage of Life by Laurie Menzies ’86 Embracing Elderhood Press, 2014

    • The Gates of Light: A True-Life Novel by Pari Forood ’80 West Cornwall Publishing, 2015

  • Fiction

    • Cloudspinner and the Hungry Serpent by Beatrice Bowles ‘65 A Harmony Hill Production, 2014

    • The Unfortunates: A Novel by Sophie McManus ’00 Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2015

    • Cumberland by Megan Gannon ‘98 Apprentice House, 2014

    • Summer of the Long Knives by Lois Shapley Bassen ‘67 Signal 8 Press, 2014

    • Lives of Crime and Other Stories by Lois Shapley Bassen ‘67 Texture Press, 2014

    • The Fool Returns by Tom Block ‘85 Anaphora Literary Press, 2014

  • Poetry

    • White Nightgown: Poems by Megan Gannon ‘98 Apprentice House, 2014

  • Children

    • Bravest Warriors Presents: Catbug’s Treasure Book by Christopher Troise ‘11 Perfect Square, 2014

Mixed Media

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