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March/April 2022

This is a list of books and other media, created by Yale alumni, that we received in the past two months. To have your work listed, please send a copy of your recently published or upcoming work to:

Yale Alumni Magazine

P.O. Box 1905

New Haven, CT



David McNeill ’13: The Orchid and the Emerald: Search for the Cure, Black Stone Publishing.

Reshma Saujani ’02JD: Pay Up: The Future of Women and Work, One Signal Publishers.

John Manuel ’72: Solitario: The Lonely One, Atmosphere Press.

Thomas E. Lovejoy ’64, ’71PhD: Ever Green: Saving Big Forests to Save the Planet, W.W. Norton and Company.

Walter McClure ’59: Policy Design for Large Social Systems, Center for Policy Design Press.

Sandeep Dayal ’89MPPM: Branding Between the Ears: Using Cognitive Science to Build Lasting Customer Connections, McGraw Hill.

Robert B. Shaw ’72MPhil, ’74PhD: What Remains to be Said, Pinyon Publishing.

Virginia Jewiss ’93MPhil, ’95PhD: Vita Nuova, Penguin Classics.

Brad Rouse ’74: Climate Warrior, Brad Rouse Consulting.

Natalie Eve Garrett ’99: The Lonely Stories, Catapult.

Thomas M. Daniel ’51: Nancy: A Physician's Tale, Fithian Press.

Ann Vileisis ’89: Abalone: The Remarkable History and Uncertain Future of California's Iconic Shellfish, Oregon State University Press.

Phil Mirvis ’73: Sustainability to Social Change: Lead Your Company from Managing Risks to Creating Social Value, Kogan Page.

Peter A. Swenson ’81MPhil, ’86PhD: Disorder: A History of Reform, Reaction, and Money in American Medicine; Yale University Press.

Stephen Vider ’03: The Queerness of Home, University of Chicago Press.

Martien Halvorson-Taylor ’89: Writing the Bible: The Origins of the Old Testament, Audible Originals.

Yun Rou ’79: The Monk of Park Avenue: A Modern Daoist Odyssey, Mango Publishing.

John Whittier Treat ’79MA, ’82PhD: First Consonants, Jaded Ibis Press.

Wake Smith ’79: Pandora's Toolbox, Cambridge.

Carmine Vittoria ’66MS, ’69MPhil, ’70PhD: Once upon a Hill, Purpo.

William Peace ’60: Granduncle Bertie, Austin Macauley Publishers.

Brad Snyder ’99JD: Democratic Justice: Felix Frankfurter, the Supreme Court, and the Making of the Liberal Establishment; W.W. Norton.

Leslie Camhi ’90MPhil, ’91PhD: The Book of Mother, Scribner.

Matt Gibson ’12: Blue Bird, Remain Pure LLC.

Robert Kimball ’61, ’67JD: Crisis and Compromise: The Rescue of the 1964 Civil Rights Act, River Grove Books.

Jim Noonan ’06MFA: Professor Figgy's Weather & Climate Science Lab for Kids, Quarto Publishing Group. 

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