Arts & Culture

Books received

New books, music, films, or other works by Yale faculty, staff, and alumni.

John Avlon ’96
Wingnuts: Extremism in the Age of Obama
Beast Books, $15.99

Rev. R. Dudley Bennett ’56
Pedagogy of Silence: Grand Spiritual Challenge
AuthorHouse, $14.94

R. K. Bingham ’65
Courageous Dissent: How Harry Bingham [’25] Defied His Government to Save Lives
Triune Books, $22

Alexander Blackburn ’51
The Door of the Sad People
Rhyolite Press, $21.95

Allen Bowling ’81, ’88PhD
Optimal Health with Multiple Sclerosis: A Guide to Integrating Lifestyle, Alternative, and Conventional Medicine
Demos Health, $15.78

Christopher Carosa ’82
A Pizza the Action: “Everything I Ever Learned About Business I Learned by Working in a Pizza Stand at the Erie County Fair”
Pandamensional Solutions, Inc., $17.32

Annping Chin, history lecturer
Confucius: The Analects
Penguin Classics, $16

John Delury ’97, ’07PhD, and Orville Schell
Wealth and Power: China’s Long March to the Twenty-First Century
Random House, $17

Morris Dickstein ’67PhD
Why Not Say What Happened: A Sentimental Education
Liveright, $27.95

Charles N. Edel ’01, ’12PhD
Nation Builder: John Quincy Adams and the Grand Strategy of the Republic
Harvard University Press, $29.95

Rhonda Garelick ’83, ’91PhD
Mademoiselle: Coco Chanel and the Pulse of History
Random House, $25.82

Courtney W. Howland ’79JD
A Feminist Perspective on Opera Interpretation: The Case of Richard Wagner’s Der fliegende Hollander
LIT Verlag, $53.95

Martha Johnson ’79MBA
On My Watch: Leadership, Innovation, and Personal Resilience
Dudley Court Press, $19.95

C. Brian Kelly ’57 and Ingrid Smyer
Best Little Stories from World War I
Sourcebooks, $18.99

William F. Kenney ’55
Victims of the Past
Brighton Publishing, $11.66

Ann Krook ’83
“Now What Do I Say?”: Practical Workplace Advice for Younger Woman
Kindle, $9.99

Andrew Lam ’98
Two Sons of China
Bondfire Books, $18.49

David Lat ’99JD
Supreme Ambitions: A Novel
American Bar Association, $26.95

Sara Lipton ’91PhD
Dark Mirror: The Medieval Origins of Anti-Jewish Iconography
Metropolitan Books, $28.04

David Madden ’61DRA
The Last Bizarre Tale: Stories by David Madden
University of Tennessee Press, $22.24

Michael Madison ’83, Brett M. Frischmann, and Katherine J. Strandburg, editors
Governing Knowledge Commons
Oxford University Press, $39.95

Nicole Marafioti ’00
The King’s Body: Burial and Succession in Late Anglo-Saxon England
University of Toronto Press, $65

David Marshall Miller ’99
Representing Space in the Scientific Revolution
Cambridge University Press, $90

Brian Massumi ’87PhD
What Animals Teach Us about Politics
Duke University Press, $21.95

Richard L. McCormick ’76PhD
Raised at Rutgers: A President’s Story
Rutgers University Press, $27.95

Josh Moody ’11 and Robin Weekes
Burning Hearts: Preaching to the Affections
Christian Focus, $14.99

Stephen L. Moss ’88
Autumn Leaves: A Paul Kingston Mystery
Northside Press, $14.95

Joshua B. Nelson ’96
Progressive Traditions: Identity in Cherokee Literature and Culture
University of Oklahoma Press, $35.95

Deborah L. Rhode ’74, ’77JD
What Women Want: An Agenda for the Women’s Movement
Oxford University Press, $29.95

Renee C. Romano ’90
Racial Reckoning: Prosecuting America’s Civil Rights Murders
Harvard University Press, $35

Ron Rosenbaum ’68
Explaining Hitler: The Search for the Origins of his Evil
Da Capo Press, $18.99

William Roth ’64 and Susan J. Peters
The Assault on Social Policy, Second Edition
University of Columbia Press, $28.50

Robert Bruce Shaw ’89
Leadership Blindspots: How Successful Leaders Identify and Overcome the Weaknesses That Matter
Jossey-Bass, $35

Bruce Shields, the Marvin L. Sears Professor Emeritus of Ophthalmology and Visual Science
Gifts of Sight
WestBow Press, $27.95

Marc Solomon ’89
Winning Marriage: The Inside Story of How Same-Sex Couples Took On the Politicians and Pundits—and Won
ForeEdge, $20.48

Valerie Sperling ’87
Sex, Politics, and Putin: Political Legitimacy in Russia
Oxford University Press, $24.95

Michael Eric Stein ’75
Cats’ Eyes
Streetlights Books, $18

Michelle Ann Stephens ’99PhD
Skin Acts: Race, Psychoanalysis, and the Black Male Performer
Duke University Press, $24.95

Zephyr Teachout ’93
Corruption in America; From Benjamin Franklin’s Snuff Box to Citizens United
Harvard University Press, $29.95

Allan Topol ’65JD
The Argentine Triangle: A Craig Page Thriller
SelectBooks, $16.95

Brian E. Vick ’97PhD
The Congress of Vienna: Power and Politics after Napoleon
Harvard University Press, $45

John White ’69
America, Freedom, and Enlightenment: An Open Letter to Americans about Patriotism and Global Society
CreateSpace, $9.95

Carter Wiseman ’68, School of Architecture lecturer
Writing Architecture: A Practical Guide to Clear Communication about the Built Environment
Trinity University Press, $18.95

Ian Woollen ’79
Uncle Anton’s Atomic Bomb
Coffeetown Press, $18.95

Elizabeth Woyke ’00
The Smartphone: Anatomy of an Industry
The New Press, $18.95

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