Recent Publications

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The Soviet Writers’ Union and Its Leaders: Identity and Authority under Stalin
Carol Any, Associate Professor of Language and Culture Studies
Northwestern University Press, 2020; 318 pages

 The Way of the Platonic Socrates
Shane Montgomery Ewegen, Associate Professor of Philosophy
Indiana University Press, 2020; 158 pages

The Posen Library of Jewish Culture and Civilization, Volume Nine, Catastrophe and Rebirth, 1939–1973
Edited by Samuel D. Kassow ’66, Charles H. Northam Professor of History, and David G. Roskies
Yale University Press, 2020; 1,014 pages

Methods in Enzymology: Volume 628; Enzyme Activity in Single Cells
Edited by Nancy L. Allbritton and Michelle L. Kovarik, Associate Professor of Chemistry
Academic Press, 2019; 307 pages

Vodún: Secrecy and the Search for Divine Power
Timothy R. Landry, Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Religious Studies
University of Pennsylvania Press, 2019; 201 pages 

Our Sixties: An Activist’s History
Paul Lauter, Allan K. Smith and Gwendolyn Miles Smith Professor of English, Emeritus
University of Rochester Press, 2020; 287 pages

Rethinking Urbanism: Lessons from Postcolonialism and the Global South
Garth Myers, Paul E. Raether Distinguished Professor of Urban International Studies and Director of the Center for Urban and Global Studies
Bristol University Press, 2020; 227 pages

Prospective Memory in Clinical Populations
Edited by Sarah Raskin, Charles A. Dana Professor of Psychology and Neuroscience
Routledge, 2020; 308 pages

Diagnosing Desire: Biopolitics and Femininity into the Twenty-First Century
Alyson K. Spurgas, Assistant Professor of Sociology
The Ohio State University Press, 2020; 273 pages

Jacques Rancière und die Literatur
Erik M. Vogt, Gwendolyn Miles Smith Professor of Philosophy, and Michael Manfé
Turia + Kant, 2020; 243 pages

Vegetables for Breakfast from A to Z: Change Your Breakfast, Change Your Life
Nancy Wolfson-Moche ’77
Pomegranate Gallery, 2020; 116 pages

Roosevelt and Churchill, The Atlantic Charter: A Risky Meeting at Sea that Saved Democracy 
Michael Kluger ’78, P’13 and Richard Evans
Frontline Books, 2021; 203 pages

A Question of Freedom: The Families Who Challenged Slavery from the Nation’s Founding to the Civil War
William G. Thomas III ’86 
Yale University Press, 2020; 418 pages

The Last Caucus in Iowa
Jim O’Loughlin ’88
Ice Cube Press, LLC, 2020; 171 pages

Migration, Mobility, and Sojourning in Cross-Cultural Films: Interculturing Cinema
Ishani Mukherjee and Maggie Griffith Williams ’02
Lexington Books, 2021; 166 pages 

It Is Wood, It Is Stone
Gabriella Burnham ’09
One World, 2020; 228 pages

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