Genesis One, an evening of readings inspired by the book of Genesis, on Feb. 1 at 5 p.m. at The Castle

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Boston University Books of 2000

Here is our annual inventory of books published by BU faculty and staff members during the 2000 calendar year. In compiling these titles, we have tried to be comprehensive. If there are any omissions, please notify the BU Bridge, 10 Lenox St., Brookline, MA 02446; e-mail

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Andresen, Jensine (STH assistant professor of theology) with Forman, Robert K. C., eds.: Cognitive Models and Spiritual Maps: Interdisciplinary Explorations of Religious Experience (Imprint Academic, U.K.)

January is...

National Book Month and National Book Blitz Month. National Book Month, which is sponsored by the National Book Foundation, invites everyone to take time to read a book. National Book Blitz Month, which was created by a public relations executive to encourage authors to promote their own books, focuses attention on improving the relationships between authors and the media in order to create a best-selling book.

Bard, Kathryn A. (CAS associate professor of archaeology) et al.: The Aksum Archaeological Area: A Preliminary Assessment (Istituto Universitario Orientale, Italy)

Barlow, David H. (CAS professor of psychology and director, Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders) with Mostofsky, David I. (CAS professor of psychology, director, Laboratory for Experimental Behavioral Medicine, and BUSM adjunct professor of psychiatry), eds.: The Management of Stress and Anxiety in Medical Disorders (Allyn and Bacon Publishers)

Beatty, Jeffrey F. (SMG associate professor of strategy and policy) and Samuelson, Susan S. (SMG associate professor of strategy and policy): Business Law for a New Century, 2nd Edition (West)

Becker, James M. (BUSM James Utley Professor and chairman of surgery), ed.: Essentials of Surgery (W. B. Saunders Company)

Beermann, Jack (LAW professor of law): Administrative Law Road Map (Aspen Law and Business)

Bellow, Saul (UNI professor and CAS professor of English): Ravelstein (Viking); with Botsford, Keith (COM professor of journalism), eds.: Editors: The Best from Five Decades (Toby Press)

Boehmer, Ulrike (SPH assistant professor of health services): The Personal and the Political: Women's Activism in Response to the Breast Cancer and AIDS Epidemics (State University of New York Press)

Bolen, Rebecca (SSW assistant professor) and Russell, D.E.H.: The Epidemic of Rape and Child Sexual Abuse in the United States (Sage Publications)

Borinsky, Alicia (CAS professor of Latin American and comparative literature and director, Latin American Studies Program): The Collapsible Couple (Middlesex University Press, London); La mujer de mi marido (Corregidor, Buenos Aires)

Boruchoff, S. Arthur (MED'51) (BUSM professor of ophthalmology): Anterior Segment Disease: A Color Diagnostic Atlas (Butterworth-Heinemann)

Boston Playwrights' Theatre: Boston Playwrights' Theatre at Boston University Presents Boston Theater Marathon of Ten-Minute Plays, includes Que Sera Sera by Katherine Snodgrass (producing director of Boston Playwrights' Theatre) and Mirror Man by Dan Hunter (managing director of Boston Playwrights' Theatre) (Baker's Plays, Inc.)


Botsford, Keith (COM professor of journalism): Out of Nowhere (Toby Press)

Braude, Eric J. (MET associate professor of computer science): Software Engineering: An Object-Oriented Perspective (Wiley); ed.: Software Engineering: Selected Readings (IEEE)

Braverman, Lewis E. (BMC chief of endrocrinology, diabetes, and nutrition) and Utiger, Robert D.: Werner and Ingbar's The Thyroid: A Fundamental and Clinical Text, 8th Edition (Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins)

Carney, Ray (COM professor of film): The Films of Mike Leigh: Embracing the World (Cambridge University Press); John Cassavetes: The Adventure of Insecurity -- A Pocket Guide to the Films (Company C)

Chapin, Suzanne (SED associate professor of curriculum and teaching) and Johnson, Art: Math Matters: Understanding the Math You Teach, Grades K-6 (Math Solutions Publications)

Clemens, Walter C., Jr. (CAS professor of political science): America and the World, 1898-2025: Achievements, Failures, Alternative Futures (St. Martin's)

Colton, Theodore (SPH professor and chair emeritus of biostatistics and epidemiology) with Armitage, P., eds.: Encyclopedia of Epidemiologic Methods, Wiley Reference Series in Biostatistics, Volume 1, by Gail, M. H., and Benichou, J. (John Wiley and Sons); with Redmond, C., eds.: Encyclopedia of Clinical Trials (John Wiley and Sons)

Daneel, M. L. (STH part-time professor of missiology): African Earthkeepers, Volume 2: Environmental Mission and Liberation in Christian Perspective (University of South Africa Press)

Dean, Amy E. (managing editor, B.U. Bridge): Pleasant Dreams: Nighttime Meditations for Peace of Mind (Hay House, Inc.)

Dell Orto, Arthur E. (SAR professor and chairman of rehabilitation counseling and associate executive director, Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation) and Power, Paul W.: Brain Injury and the Family: A Life and Living Perspective (CRC Press)

DiCocco, John (SMG publications manager), ed.: New England GolfGuide 2001 (New England GolfGuide)


Einhorn, Thomas A. (BUSM professor and chairman of orthopedic surgery) et al., eds.: Orthopaedic Basic Science (American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons)

Falanga, Vincent (BUSM professor of dermatology), Phillips, Tania J. (MED professor of dermatology), et al: Text Atlas of Wound Healing (Martin Dunitz Publishers)

Falla, Jack (COM'67,'90) (COM adjunct professor): Home Ice: Reflections on Backyard Rinks and Frozen Ponds (McGregor Publishing)


Fried, Gregory (CAS assistant professor, Core Curriculum): Heidegger's Polemos: From Being to Politics (Yale University Press)

Fuller, Jon D. (BUSM associate professor of medicine and assistant director, BMC Clinical AIDS Program) et al., eds.: Catholic Ethicists and HIV/AIDS Prevention (Continuum)

Geron, Scott Miyake (SSW associate professor for social welfare policy and research) et al.: Assessing Satisfaction in Health and Long-Term Care: Practical Approaches to Hearing the Voices of Consumers (Springer Publishing Company)

Gilchrest, Barbara A. (BUSM professor and chairman of dermatology) with Bohr, V. A., eds.: The Role of DNA Damage and Repair in Cell Aging (JAI Press, Inc.)

Gleason, Jean Berko (CAS professor of psychology and director of the Graduate Program in Human Development): The Development of Language, 5th Edition (Allyn and Bacon)

Glenn, Charles L. (SED professor and chairman of administration, training, and policy studies): The Ambiguous Embrace: Government and Faith-Based Schools and Social Agencies (Princeton University Press)


Gordon, Carol (Head, SED Educational Resources Library): Information Literacy in Action (John Catt Educational Limited)

Gorelik, Gennady (Research fellow, Center for Philosophy and History of Science): Andrei Sakharov: Nauka I Svoboda (Andrei Sakharov: Science and Freedom) (RCD, Russia)

Halter, Marilyn (CAS associate professor of history and research associate, Institute for the Study of Economic Culture): Shopping for Identity: The Marketing of Ethnicity (Schocken Books)


Hammond, Norman (CAS professor of archaeology): Xunzhao Maya wenming (The Search for Maya Civilization) (Zhejiang Renmin Chubanshe [Zhejiang People's Press])

Hawkins, Thomas (CAS professor of mathematics): Emergence of the Theory of Lie Groups: An Essay in the History of Mathematics 1869-1926 (Springer-Verlag)

Hay, M. Jean (publications editor, Center for African Studies, and CAS adjunct associate professor of history), ed.: African Novels in the Classroom (Lynne Rienner Publishers)

Haynes, Kenneth (CAS assistant professor of classical studies), ed.: Poems and Ballads and Atalanta in Calydon, by Algernon Charles Swinburne (Penguin Books)

Hecht, Neil S. (LAW professor of law and director of the Institute of Jewish Law): The Jewish Law Annual, Volume 13 (Harwood Academic Publishers)

Hefner, Robert W. (CAS professor of anthropology): Civil Islam: Muslims and Democratization in Indonesia (Princeton University Press); Islam, Pasar, Keadilan: Artikulasi Lokal Kapitalisme Dan Demokrasi (Islam, Markets, Justice: Local Articulations of Capitalism and Democracy) (LKIS Press, Indonesia)

Henderson, Jeffrey J. (CAS professor and chairman of classical studies): Aristophanes, Vol. III., Birds, Lysistrata, Women at the Thesmophoria, Loeb Classical Library (Harvard University Press)

Henry, Alexis D. (SAR assistant professor of occupational therapy): The Pediatric Interest Profiles: Surveys of Play for Children and Adolescents (Therapy Skill Builders)


Hill, Geoffrey (UNI professor, CAS professor of literature and religion, and codirector, Editorial Institute): Speech! Speech! (Counterpoint Press)

Hintikka, Jaakko (CAS professor of philosophy): On Godel and On Wittgenstein, Wadsworth Philosophers Series (Wadsworth/Thomson Learning)

Hoffman, Andrew J. (SMG assistant professor of organizational behavior): Competitive Environmental Strategy: A Guide to the Changing Business Landscape (Island Press)

Holick, Michael F. (BUSM professor of medicine, dermatology, and physiology, director, General Clinical Research Center, and director, Vitamin D, Skin, and Bone Research Laboratory) with Jung, E. G., eds.: Biologic Effects of Light (Kluwer Academic Publishers); with Lobovits, D. A., and Rendon, M. I., eds.: The Psoriasis and Eczema Solution (Transmedia Publishing, Inc.)

Hunter, Dan (Managing director, Boston Playwrights' Theatre): Un Tango en la Noche: A One-Act Play (Samuel French, Inc.)

Indrisano, Roselmina (SED professor and chairman of developmental studies and counseling) with Squire, James R., eds.: Perspectives on Writing: Research, Theory, and Practice (International Reading Association)

Katz, Steven T. (CAS professor of religion and director, Center for Judaic Studies), ed.: Mysticism and Sacred Scripture (Oxford University Press)

Klawans, Jonathan (CAS assistant professor of religion): Impurity and Sin in Ancient Judaism (Oxford University Press)

Kohak, Erazim (CAS professor emeritus of philosphy): The Green Halo, A Bird's-Eye View of Ecological Ethics (Open Court)

Kohn, Livia (CAS professor of religion), ed.: Daoism Handbook (E. Brill, Leiden)

Kroll, Mark (SFA professor of harpsichord and fortepiano and chairman of historical performance), ed.: Johann Nepomuk Hummel: Mozart's "Haffner" and "Linz" Symphonies Arranged for Pianoforte, Flute, Violin, and Violoncello (A-R Editions)

Levanthal, Fred M. (CAS professor of history) with Behlmer, George, eds.: Singular Continuities: Tradition, Nostalgia, and Identity in Modern British Culture (Stanford University Press); with Quinault, Ronald, eds.: Anglo-American Attitudes: From Revolution to Partnership (Ashgate Publishing)

Levine, Ruth R. (BUSM professor emerita of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics), Walsh, Carol T. (BUSM associate professor of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics), and Schwartz, R. D.: Pharmacology Drug Actions and Reactions, 6th Edition (Parthenon Publishing Group, Inc.)

Levinsky, Norman G. (BUSM professor of medicine and physiology and BUMC associate provost), ed.: Ethics and the Kidney (Oxford University Press)

Linden, Judith A. (BUSM assistant professor of emergency medicine) et al., eds.: Emergency Medicine -- Self-Review and Assessment (W. B. Saunders Company)

Lindholm, Charles (UNI professor): Culture and Identity: The History, Theory and Practice of Psychological Anthropology, 1st Edition (McGraw Hill)

Lobel, Diana (CAS assistant professor of religion): Between Mysticism and Philosophy: Sufi Language of Religious Experience in Judah Ha-Levi's Kuzari (State University of New York Press)

Loscalzo, Joseph (BUSM Wade Professor and chairman of medicine) with Vita, Joseph A. (BUSM associate professor of medicine) and London, G. M., eds.: Cardiovascular Disease in End-stage Renal Failure (Oxford University Press); with Vita, J. A., eds.: Nitric Oxide and the Cardiovascular System (Humana Press, Inc.); Cecil Essentials of Medicine, 5th Edition (W. B. Saunders Company)

Lowenstein, Nancy A. (SAR assistant clinical professor of occupational therapy) and Halloran, Patricia: Case Studies Through the Healthcare Continuum: A Workbook for the Occupational Therapy Student (Slack, Inc.)

Lyons, David (LAW professor of law and CAS professor of philosophy): Etyka i Rzady Prawa (Ethics and the Rule of Law) (ABC, Warsaw)

Markson, Elizabeth W. (BUSM research professor of medicine, professor of sociomedical sciences and community medicine, and director, Gerontology Center) with Hollis-Sawyer, L., eds.: Intersections of Aging (Roxbury Publishing Company)

Martin, Cathie Jo (CAS professor of political science): Stuck in Neutral (Princeton University Press)

McGrath, John T. (CGS assistant professor of social science): The French in Early Florida: In the Eye of the Hurricane (University Press of Florida)


Mehlman, Jeffrey (CAS professor of French): Émigré New York: French Intellectuals in Wartime Manhattan, 1940-1944 (Johns Hopkins University Press)

Miller, Naomi (CAS professor of art history): Mapping Cities: Catalogue of Exhibition, Boston University Art Gallery (University of Washington Press)

Miller, Walter W., Jr. (LAW professor of law): Contracts: Problems, Cases and Materials (Carolina Academic Press)

Milunsky, Aubrey (BUSM professor of human genetics, pediatrics, pathology, and obstretrics and gynecology and director, Center for Human Genetics), ed.: Your Genetic Destiny: Know Your Genes, Secure Your Health and Save Your Life (Perseus Books)

Mookherjee, Dilip (CAS professor of economics and director, Institute for Economic Development) and Das-Gupta, Arindam: Incentives and Institutional Reform in Tax Enforcement, 2nd Edition (Oxford University Press)

Mostofsky, David I. (CAS professor of psychology, director, Laboratory for Experimental Behavioral Medicine, and BUSM adjunct professor of psychiatry) with Zaichkowsky, L. D. (SED professor), eds.: Medical Aspects of Sport and Exercise (Fitness Information Technology); with Yehuda, S., and Salem, N., Jr., eds.: Fatty Acids: Physiological and Behavioral Functions (Humana Press)

Mustafa, Shakir (CAS assistant professor of modern foreign languages and literatures), coed.: A Century of Irish Drama: Widening the Stage (Indiana University Press)

Nesathurai, Shanker (BUSM assistant professor and ad interim chairman of rehabilitation medicine), ed.: The Rehabilitation of People with Spinal Cord Injury, 2nd Edition (Blackwell Scientific Publications); with Woo, B., eds.: The Rehabilitation of People with Traumatic Brain Injury (Blackwell Scientific Publications)

Newton, John (CAS instructor in English and Core Curriculum), ed.: Charlotte Mew, Complete Poems (Penguin Books)

Noble, John (BUSM professor of medicine and director, Center for Primary Care), ed.-in-chief: Textbook of Primary Care Medicine, 3rd Edition (Mosby, Inc.)

Norton, Augustus R. (CAS professor of international relations): Hizballah of Lebanon: From Radical Ideals to Mundane Politics (Council on Foreign Relations); ed.: Ortadogu Politikalari ve Guvenlik: Yeni Yonelimler (New Perspectives on Middle East Politics and Security) (Buke Publishers, Ankara)

Olson, Alan M. (CAS professor of religion and philosophy), exec. ed.; Dawson, Stephen, man. ed.; Stoehr, Kevin L. (CGS assistant professor), assoc. ed.: Proceedings of the Twentieth World Congress of Philosophy (Philosophical Documentation Center and Boston University) -- Brinkmann, Klaus (CAS associate professor of philosophy), ed.: Volume 1: Ethics; Steiner, David (SED associate professor), ed.: Volume 3: Philosophy of Education; Stoehr, Kevin L. (CGS assistant professor), ed.: Volume 4: Philosophies of Religion, Art, and Creativity; Kanamori, Akihiro (CAS professor of mathematics), ed.: Volume 6: Analytic Philosophy and Logic; Dahlstrom, Daniel O. (CAS professor of philosophy), ed.: Volume 8: Contemporary Philosophy; Elevitch, Bernard (CAS professor emeritus of philosophy), ed.: Volume 9: Philosophy of Mind; Cao, Tian Yu (CAS assistant professor of philosophy), ed.: Volume 10: Philosophy of Science

Orlow, Dietrich (CAS professor and ad interim chairman of history): Common Destiny: A Comparative History of the Dutch, French, and German Social Democratic Parties, 1945-1969 (Berghahn Books)

Parker, Steven (BUSM associate professor of pediatrics and maternal and child health) with Zuckerman, Barry (BUSM professor and chairman of pediatrics), eds.: Behavioral and Developmental Pediatrics, A Handbook for Primary Care (Little, Brown and Company)

Peebles-Wilkins, Wilma (SSW professor and dean), and Veeder, Nancy: Managed Care Services: Policy, Program, and Research (Oxford University Press)

Pinsky, Robert (CAS professor of English): Jersey Rain (Farrar, Straus and Giroux)

Primack, Richard (CAS professor of biology): A Primer of Conservation Biology, 2nd Edition (Sinauer Associates); and Ji, Weizhi: A Primer of Conservation Biology, 2nd Edition, in Chinese (Forestry Press of China); et al.: A Primer of Conservation Biology, 2nd Edition, in Korean (Minumsa Publishing Company, Korea)

Prothero, Stephen (CAS associate professor of religion): Purified by Fire: A History of Cremation in America (University of California Press)

Ravid, Katya (BUSM professor of biochemistry and medicine) with Licht, J., eds.: Transcription Factors: Normal and Malignant Development of Blood Cells (Wiley-Liss and Sons)

Richard, Lucien (STH professor and fellow of The University Professors): Living the Hospitality of God (Paulist Press)

Samons, Loren J., II (CAS associate professor of classical studies): Empire of the Owl (Franz Steiner, Germany)

Seidman, Ann (LAW adjunct professor) and Seidman, Robert B. (LAW professor emeritus of law and political science): Legislative Drafting for Democratic Social Change: A Manual for Drafters (Kluwer Law International)


Seligman, Adam (CAS associate professor of religion) and Lichbach, M.: Market and Community: The Basis of Social Order, Resolution, and Relegitimation (Penn State University Press); Modernity's Wager: Authority, the Self, and Transcendence (Princeton University Press)

Shtern, Victor (MET associate professor of computer science): Core C++: A Software Engineering Approach (Prentice Hall PTR)

Siroky, Mike B. (MED'70) (BUSM professor of urology) with Krane, R. J., and Fitzpatrick, J. M., eds.: Atlas of Urologic Surgery (W. B. Saunders Company)

Stanley, H. Eugene (CAS professor of physics and director, Center for Polymer Studies) and Montegna, R. N.: Introduction to Econophysics: Correlations and Complexity in Finance (Cambridge University Press); et al., eds.: Structure and Function of Biological Systems Under Extreme Conditions (Springer-Verlag, Germany); with Tokuyama, M., eds.: Statistical Physics (American Institute of Physics Press); et al., eds.: Statistical Mechanics: From Rigorous Results to Applications (Elsevier, Holland)

Steinberg, Martin H. (BUSM professor of medicine and pediatrics and director, Center of Excellence for Sickle Cell Disease) et al., eds.: Disorders of Hemoglobin: Genetic, Pathophysiology, and Clinical Management (Cambridge University Press)

Stevens, Dennis J. (MET part-time professor of the sociology of media): Case Studies in Community Policing (Prentice Hall); ed.: Policing and Community Partnerships (Prentice Hall); ed.: Perspective: Corrections (Coursewise Publishing)

Stone, Bryan (STH professor of evangelism): Faith and Film: Theological Themes at the Cinema (Chalice Press)

Strahler, Alan H. (CAS professor and chairman of geography) and Strahler, Arthur N.: Introducing Physical Geography, 2nd Edition (John Wiley and Sons)

Thacker, Strom C. (CAS assistant professor of international relations): Big Business, the State, and Free Trade: Constructing Coalitions in Mexico (Cambridge University Press)

Tropp, Sandra Fehl (GRS'78) (CAS assistant professor of English) with d'Angelo, Ann Pierson, eds.: Essays in Context (Oxford University Press)

Unlu, Selim (ENG associate professor of electrical and computer engineering) et al., eds.: Optical Microstructural Characterization of Semiconductors (Proceedings of MRS)

Vail, Jeffrey W. (CAS preceptor, writing program): The Literary Relationship of Lord Byron and Thomas Moore (Johns Hopkins University Press)

Volicer, Ladislav (BUSM professor of pharmacology and psychiatry) et al., eds.: Management of Challenging Behaviors in Dementia (Health Professions Press)

Walcott, Derek (CAS professor of creative writing): Tiepolo's Hound (Farrar, Straus and Giroux)

Whalen, Thomas J. (CGS professor of social science): Kennedy Versus Lodge: The 1952 Massachusetts Senate Race (Northeastern University Press)

Wilson, Peter W. F. (BUSM professor of medicine), ed.: Atlas of Atherosclerosis, Risk Factors and Treatment, Volume X, 2nd Edition (Current Medicine)

Zank, Michael (CAS assistant professor of religion): The Idea of Atonement in the Philosophy of Hermann Cohen (Brown Judaic Studies)

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26 January 2001
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