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Adler, Renata (UNI and COM visiting professor): Irreparable Harm: The U.S. Supreme Court and the Decision That Made George W. Bush President (Melville House Books)

Akram, Susan (LAW associate clinical professor) and Johnson, Kevin R.: Civil Rights in Peril (Haymarket Books and Pluto Press); and Johnson, Kevin R.: Anti-Terrorist Measures and Human Rights (Brill Publishing)

Albert, Martin L. (MED professor of neurology) and Helm-Estabrooks, Nancy (SAR’79) (MED professor of neurology, retired): Manual of Aphasia and Aphasia Therapy (Pro-Ed)

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Annas, George J. (Edward R. Utley Professor of Health Law,Bioethics, and Human Rights, SPH chairman of health law, bioethics, andhuman rights, MED professor, and LAW professor): American Bioethics: Crossing Human Rights and Health Law Boundaries (Oxford University Press)

Azadzoi, Kazem M. (MED research professor of urology and pathology) and Siroky, Michael B. (MED professor of urology): Pelvic Floor Disorders (W. B. Saunders)

Barlow, David H. (CAS professor of psychology and director, Center for Anxiety and Related Disorders) and Durand, V. M.: Abnormal Psychology: An Integrative Approach, 4th Edition ( Wadsworth)

Barnes, Linda (MED assistant professor of pediatrics) with Sered, Susan S., eds.: Religion and Healing in America (Oxford University Press)

Barnett, Randy E. (Austin B. Fletcher Professor, LAW): Restoring the Lost Constitution: The Presumption of Liberty ( Princeton University Press)

Beardsley, Scott (ENG senior research associate) with Vaina, Lucia (ENG professor of biomedical engineering), and Ruston, Simon K., eds: Optic Flow and Beyond (Synthese Library, Kluwer Academic Press)

Bennett, Carrie (Adjunct professor, CAS Writing Program): Biography of Water (The Word Works); The Washington Prize

Bernardini, Paolo (Resident director, CIES, Padua, Italy): Pensare e Potere: Per Una Nuova Teoria Critica del Politico Nell’età Globale (CLEUP)

Bethune, James (ENG’64, SMG’74, SED’89) (ENG associate professor of aerospace and mechanical engineering): Engineering Graphics with AutoCAD 2005 (Pearson-Prentice Hall); Engineering Design and Graphics with AutoCAD Inventor 8 (Pearson-Prentice Hall)

Bono, Christopher M. (MED assistant professor of orthopedic surgery) with Garfin, Steven R., eds: Orthopaedic Surgery Essentials: Spine (Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins)

Broude, Natalia E. (ENG reseach assistant professor) with Demidou, Vadim, V., eds.: DNA Amplification: Current Technologies and Applications (Horizon Biosciences)

Brush, Candida (GSM’92) (SMG associate professor of strategy andpolicy), Carter, Nancy, Gatewood, Elizabeth, Greene, Patricia, andHart, Myra: Clearing the Hurdles: Women Building High Growth Businesses (Prentice Hall–Financial Times)

Candee, Richard M. (Retired professor, GRS American and New England Studies Program): The Hand-Cranked Knitter and Sock Machine (Cottonwood Hill Publishing)

Carroll, William (CAS professor of English), ed.: William Shakespeare, “The Two Gentlemen of Verona” (Arden Shakespeare)

Carter, T. Barton (COM’78) (COM professor and chairman of masscommunication, advertising, and public relations), Franklin, Marc, andWright, Jay: The First Amendment and the Fourth Estate, 9th Edition (Foundation Press)

Chamley, Christophe (CAS professor of economics): Rational Herds: Economic Models of Social Learning (Cambridge University Press)

Chung, Chai-sik (GRS’64) (Walter G. Muelder Professor of Social Ethics, STH): Korean Religion and Society Under Challenge: Continuity and Change (Acanet, Seoul, Korea)

Ciraulo, Domenic A. (MED professor and chairman of psychiatry) with Shader, Richard I., eds: Pharmacotherapy of Depression (Humana Press)

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Clemens, Walter C. (CAS professor of geography and director, Center for Energy and Environmental Studies): Dynamics of International Relations: Conflict and Mutual Gain in an Era of Global Interdependence (Rowman & Littlefield); Bushed! An Illustrated History of What Passionate Conservatives Have Done to America and the World (Outland Books); ed.: The Encyclopedia of Energy (Elsevier Science)

Cobb, J. Allan (MET adjunct faculty): Casebook Update for James Fagin’s Criminal Justice (Allyn & Bacon)

Cole, Sean (Correspondent, WBUR’s Inside Out): Itty City (Pressed Wafer)

Corley, Ronald B. (MED professor and chairman of microbiology): A Guide to Methods in the Biomedical Sciences (Springer Science, Inc.)

Corrin, Jay (GRS’76) (CGS professor and chairman of socialscience), Grasso, June (CGS associate professor of social science), andKort, Michael (CGS professor of social science): Modernization and Revolution in China: From the Opium Wars to World Power, 3rd Revised Edition (M. E. Sharpe)

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Cottle, Thomas J. (SED professor of special education): When the Music Stopped: Discovering My Mother (State University of New York Press)

Cronin-Golomb, Alice (CAS professor of psychology) with Hof, Patrick R., eds.: Vision in Alzheimer’s Disease (Karger Publishers)

Culpepper, Larry (SPH’89) (MED professor and chairman of familymedicine) with Britten, Nicky, Gass, David, Grol, Richard, Jones,Roger, Mant, David, and Silagy, Chris, eds.: Oxford Textbook of Primary Medical Care (Oxford University Press)

D’Agostino, Ralph B. (CAS’62, GRS’64) (CAS professor of mathematics and statistics and public health), ed.: Tutorials in Biostatistics, Volumes 1 and 2 (John Wiley & Sons)

Delgado, Melvin (SSW professor and chairman of macro practice): Social Youth Entrepreneurship: The Potential for Youth and Community Transformation (Praeger); Jones, Kay (SSW associate professor), and Rohani, Mojdeh: Social Work Practice with Refugee and Immigrant Youth in the United States (Allyn & Bacon)

Dell Orto, Arthur E. (SAR professor of rehabilitation sciences,program director, rehabilitation counseling, and associate executivedirector, Center for Psychiatric Rehabilitation) and Power, Paul W.: Families Living with Chronic Illness and Disability: Interventions, Challenges, and Opportunities (Springer Publishing)

de Quadros, André (CFA professor of music and director, school of music), ed.: Janger (Earthsongs)

DiCocco, John (COM’81) (SMG publications manager): 2005 New England GolfGuide (New England GolfGuide)

Diefendorf, Barbara B. (CAS professor of history): From Penitence to Charity: Pious Women and the Catholic Reformation in France (Oxford University Press)

Einhorn, Thomas A. (MED professor and chairman of orthopedic surgery) with Doll, Bruce, Hollinger, Jeffrey, and Sfeir, Charles, eds.: Bone Tissue Engineering (CRC Press); with Tornetta, Paul (MED associate professor of orthopedic surgery), eds., Orthopaedic Surgery Essentials (Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins)

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FitzGerald, Duncan (CAS associate professor of earth sciences) and Davis, Richard: Beaches and Coasts (Blackwell Press)

Franco, Adela Pineda (CAS assistant professor of Spanish) with Prado, Ignacio Sanchez, eds.: Alfonso Reyes y los estudios latinoamericanos (Instituto Internacional de Literatura Iberoamericana, Pittsburgh University)

Fredriksen, Paula (CAS professor of religion and William Goodwin Aurelio Professor of the Appreciation of Scripture), ed.: Perspectives on The Passion of the Christ (Miramax)

Fromkin, David (UNI professor, CAS professor of internationalrelations, and director, Pardee Center for the Study of theLonger-Range Future): Europe’s Last Summer: Who Started the Great War in 1914? (Alfred A. Knopf)

Gallagher, Kevin P. (CAS assistant professor of international relations): Free Trade and the Environment: Mexico, NAFTA, and Beyond (Stanford University Press)

Gavras, Haralambos (MED professor of medicine), ed.: The Year in Hypertension, 2004 (Clinical Publishing, Oxford, England)

Gleason, Jean Berko (CAS professor of psychology), ed.: The Development of Language, 6th Edition (Pearson, Allyn & Bacon)

Glenn, Charles L. (SED professor and chairman of administration, training, and policy studies): Il Mito della Scuola Unica (Marietti, Milan, Italy), Centro Culturale de Milano; and De Groof, Jan: Balancing Freedom, Autonomy, and Accountability in Education, 3 Volumes (Wolf, Tilburg, Netherlands)

Goldsmith, Elizabeth C. (CAS professor of French) with Winn, Colette H., eds.: Lettres de Femmes: Textes Oubliés ou Inédits (Champion, Paris)

Goncalves, Marcus (MET adjunct professor): Managing Virtual Projects (McGraw-Hill)

Greenes, Carole (SED’65,’70) (SED professor of math education), Findell, Carol, Irvin, Barbara, and Spungin, Rika: Groundworks: Reasoning with Numbers, 7 Volumes, Grades 1-7 (McGraw-Hill: Wright Group); with Tsankova, Jenny, eds.: Challenging Young Children Mathematically (Houghton-Mifflin)

Hammond, Norman (CAS professor and chairman of archaeology): Sagenumwobene Maya (Verlag des Beste GMBH, Stuttgart, Germany)

Hart, John (STH professor of Christian ethics): What Are They Saying About . . . Environmental Theology? (Paulist Press)

Hart, Ray L. (STH dean and professor of theology and philosophy of religion), Heitzel, Peter, and Yong, Amos: Theology in Global Context: Essays in Honor of Robert C. Neville (T&T Clark)

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Hefner, Robert W. (CAS professor of anthropology), ed.: Remaking Muslim Politics: Pluralism, Contestation, Democratization (Princeton University Press)

Helmerhorst, Eva J. (SDM professor of periodontology and oralbiology) and Oppenheim, Frank G. (SDM professor and chairman ofperiodontology and oral biology): Mammalian Host Defense Peptides (Cambridge University Press)

Hirsch, James S. (COM guest lecturer): Two Souls Indivisible: The Friendship That Saved Two POWs in Vietnam (Houghton-Mifflin)

Hofmann, Stefan G. (CAS associate professor of psychology) with Tompson, Martha C. (CAS assistant professor of psychology), eds.: Treating Chronic and Severe Mental Disorders: A Handbook of Empirically Supported Interventions (Guilford Publications)

Holick, Michael F. (MED professor of medicine, dermatology, biophysics, and physiology) with Dawson-Hughes, Bess, eds.: Nutrition and Bone Health (Humana Press)

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Howard-Grenville, Jennifer (SMG assistant professor of organizational behavior) and Graedel, Thomas: Greening the Industrial Facility: Perspectives, Approaches, and Tools (Springer)

Hulnick, Arthur S. (CAS associate professor of international relations): Keeping Us Safe: Secret Intelligence and Homeland Security (Praeger)

Irujo, Suzanne (SED’84) (SED professor emerita of education), with Hawkins, Margaret, eds.: Collaborative Conversations Among Language Teacher Educators (Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Languages Publishers)

Jin, Ha (GRS’94) (CAS professor of English): War Trash (Pantheon Books)

Johnson, Art (SED’97) (SED assistant visiting professor), Kennedy, Lawrence, and Tipps, Steven: Guiding Children’s Learning of Mathematics ( Wadsworth); and Bass, Laurie: Geometry (Prentice Hall)

Kalberg, Stephen (CAS associate professor of sociology), ed.: Max Weber: Readings and Commentary on Modernity (Blackwell)

Kannel, William B. (MED professor of medicine): Statins: The HMG-CoA Reductase Inhibitors in Perspective (Martin Dunitz); Hypertension in the 20th Century: Concepts and Achievements (Elsevier); Preventive Cardiology: A Practical Approach (McGraw-Hill); Medical Clinics of North America (Saunders)

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Karas, Phyllis (COM adjunct professor of journalism) and MacKenzie, Edward J.: Street Soldier: My Life As an Enforcer for Whitey Bulger and the Boston Irish Mob (Steerforth Press)

Kemper, Thomas L. (MED professor of anatomy and neurobiology) and Bauman, Margaret L. (MED adjunct professor of anatomy and neurobiology): The Neurobiology of Autism, 2nd Edition (Johns Hopkins University Press)

Kleiner, Fred S. (CAS professor of art history and archaeology) and Mamiya, Christen J.: Art Through the Ages, 12th Edition (Thomson/Wadsworth)

Kohn, Livia (CAS professor of religion): Cosmos and Community: The Ethical Dimension of Daoism (Three Pines Press); The Daoist Monastic Manual: A Translation of the Fengdao Kejie (Oxford University Press)

Kotiuga, P. Robert (ENG associate professor of electrical and computer engineering) and Gross, Paul W.: Electromagnetic Theory and Computation: A Topological Approach (Cambridge University Press)

Kotlikoff, Laurence (CAS professor and chairman of economics) and Burns, Scott: The Coming Generational Storm: What You Need To Know About America’s Economic Future (MIT Press)

Kroll, Mark (CFA professor emeritus of music): Playing the Harpsichord Expressively (Scarecrow Press); with Lockwood, Lewis, eds.: The Beethoven Violin Sonatas ( University of Illinois Press)

Lawson, Gary (LAW professor) and Seidman, Guy: The Constitution of Empire (Yale University Press); Federal Administrative Law, 3rd Edition (Thomson/West)

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Lerner, Bernice (SED’01) (Acting director, Center for the Advancement of Ethics and Character, SED): The Triumph of Wounded Souls: Seven Holocaust Survivors’ Lives ( University of Notre Dame Press); with Bohlin, Karen, eds.: Great Lives, Vital Lessons: A Character Education Curriculum Resource for Grades 5–8 (Character Development Group)

Levy, Elinor (MED associate professor of microbiology) and Fischetti, Mark: The New Killer Diseases (Three Rivers Press)

Lewis, George K. (CAS professor emeritus of geography): Fifty Years of Conservation (Sudbury Valley Trustees, Inc.)

Loscalzo, Joseph (Wade Professor, MED chairman of medicine, anddirector, Whitaker Cardiovascular Institute) with Creager, Mark, andDzau, Victor, eds.: Vascular Medicine, 3rd Edition (Elsevier); ed.: Molecular Mechanisms of Atherosclerosis (Taylor & Francis)

Malabanan, Alan O. (MED assistant professor of medicine); Blackwell, Elizabeth K., Bope, Edward T., Meikle, A. Wayne, and Swenson, Leanne: Choose the Right Test: Endocrine Disorders (Anadem Publishing)

Malley-Morrison, Kathleen (SED’70) (CAS professor of psychology) and Hines, Denise A.: Family Violence in the United States: Defining, Understanding, and Combating Abuse (Sage); ed.: International Perspectives on Family Violence and Abuse (Erlbaum)

Manuel, Barry M. (CAS’54, MED’58) (MED associate dean and professor of surgery) with Nora, Paul F., eds.: Surgical Patient Safety: Essential Information for Surgeons in Today’s Environment ( American College of Surgeons)

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Maurer, Christopher (CAS professor and chairman of modern foreign languages and literatures) with Pickard, Mary A., eds.: Pelicans by Walter Inglis Anderson (Pub Group West); ed.: Sebastian’s Arrows: Letters and Mementos of Salvador Dalí and Federico García Lorca (Swan Isle Press/University of Chicago)

McAnany, Patricia A. (CAS professor of archaeology), ed.: K’axob: Ritual, Work, and Family in an Ancient Maya Village (UCLA, Cotsen Institute of Archaeology); Nominated for Society for American Archaeology Book Prize

McGahan, Anita M. (SMG professor of strategy and policy): How Industries Evolve (Harvard Business School Publishing); with Baum, Joel A., eds.: Business Strategy over the Industry Life Cycle (JAI Press)

Meuret, Alicia E. (CAS psychology research associate): Capnography — Clinical Aspects (Cambridge University Press)

Miller, Jeffrey G. (SMG professor of operations and technologymanagement), Herman, Ellen (SMG adjunct assistant professor oforganizational behavior), Deacon-Carr, Sandi, Keldsen, Sandy, andWakefield, Patricia: Team Learning Assistant (McGraw-Hill Irwin)

Miller, Walter W., Jr. (LAW professor of law): Bankruptcy: Problems, Cases, and Materials, Supplement 2004 (Carolina Academic Press)

Milunsky, Aubrey (MED professor of human genetics, pediatrics, pathology, and obstetrics and gynecology), ed.: Genetic Disorders and the Fetus: Diagnosis, Prevention and Treatment (Johns Hopkins University Press)

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Miron, Jeffrey A. (CAS professor of economics): Drug War Crimes: The Consequences of Prohibition (Independent Institute)

Nagem, Raymond J. (ENG associate professor of aerospace andmechanical engineering), Sandri, Guido (ENG aerospace and mechanicalengineering lecturer), and Zampolli, Mario: Annotated Translation of Arnold Sommerfeld’s Mathematische Theorie der Diffraction (Birkhauser)

Nolan, Cathal J. (CAS associate professor of history and executive director, International History Institute), ed.: Ethics and Statecraft: The Moral Dimension of International Affairs, 2nd Edition (Praeger); ed.: Power and Responsibility in World Affairs: Reformation vs. Transformation (Praeger)

Oh, Jung Sun (STH’00) (STH professor): A Korean Theology of Human Nature (University Press of America)

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Park, William W. (LAW professor of law): Income Tax Treaty Arbitration (IFA Sdu Fiscale)

Pettit, Norman (CAS professor emeritus of English): The Heart Renewed: Assurance of Salvation in New England Spiritual Life (Edwin Mellen Press)

Pineiro, Carol (SED’82,’00) (Senior lecturer, Center for English Language and Orientation Programs): Grammar: Form and Function Teacher’s Manuals (McGraw-Hill)

Pinsky, Robert (CAS professor of English and creative writing)with Dietz, Maggie (GRS’97) (Project coordinator, Favorite PoemProject), eds.: An Invitation to Poetry: A New Favorite Poem Project Anthology (W. W. Norton); ed.: William Carlos Williams: Selected Poems (American Poets Project, Library of America)

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Post, James E. (SMG professor of strategy and policy), Lawrence, Anne, and Weber, James: Business and Society: Stakeholders, Ethics, Public Policy (McGraw-Hill)

Primack, Richard B. (CAS professor of biology): A Primer of Conservation Biology, 3rd Edition (Sinauer Associates)

Rivers, Caryl (COM professor of journalism) and Barnett, Rosalind: Same Difference: How Gender Myths Are Hurting Our Relationships, Our Children, and Our Jobs (Basic); One of best books of the year, Boston Globe editorial board

Robert, Dana L. (STH professor of theology): “Occupy Until I Come”: A. T. Pierson and the Evangelization of the World (B&A Publishers, Seoul, Korea)

Roochnik, David (CAS associate professor of philosophy): Retrieving the Ancients: An Introduction to Greek Philosophy (Blackwell)

Rosenberg, Chaim M. (MED associate professor of psychiatry): The Great Workshop — Boston’s Victorian Age ( Arcadia)

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Rosenberg, Charles (Technology director, SPH Join Together Program), photographer, Sammarco, Anthony, author: Milton (Then and Now) ( Arcadia)

Rouner, Leroy S. (CAS professor emeritus of philosophy andreligion, STH professor emeritus of philosophical theology, anddirector emeritus, Institute for Philosophy and Religion) withLangford, James, eds.: Walking with God in a Fragile World (Rowman and Littlefield)

Sakai, Osamu (MED assistant professor of radiology): Head and Neck CT/MRI Manual (Chugaiigakusha, Tokyo)

Samons, Loren J., II (CAS associate professor of classical studies and associate dean for students): What’s Wrong with Democracy? From Athenian Practice to American Worship ( University of California Press)

Samuelson, Susan S. (SMG associate professor of strategy and policy) and Beatty, Jeffrey (SMG associate professor of strategy and policy): Legal Environment, 2nd Edition (Thomson/Southwestern); and Beatty, Jeffrey: Essentials of Business Law (Thomson/Southwestern)

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Scheil, Andrew (Instructor, CAS Writing Program): The Footsteps of Israel: Understanding Jews in Anglo-Saxon England ( University of Michigan Press)

Schickedanz, Judith A. (SED professor of curriculum and teaching) and Casbergue, Renee: Writing in Preschool: Orchestrating Marks and Meaning (International Reading Association)

Seligman, Adam (CAS professor of religion and researchassociate, Institute on Culture, Religion, and World Affairs): ModestClaims: Dialogues and Essays on Tolerance and Tradition ( University ofNotre Dame Press)

Shah, Ronak (CAS’95) (CAS research associate, Institute forAstrophysical Research) with Brainerd, Tereasa (CAS associate professorof astronomy) and Clemens, Dan (CAS professor of astronomy), eds.: Milky Way Surveys (Astronomical Society of the Pacific)

Sichel, Kim (CAS associate professsor and chair of art history), Ribbat, Christoph, and Wismer, Beat: Evelyn Hofer (Steidl)

Siroky, Michael (CAS’70, MED’70) (MED professor of urology) withBabayan, Richard (MED professor and chairman of urology), and Oates,Robert (MED professor of urology), eds.: Manual of Urologic Diagnosis and Therapy, 3rd Edition (Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins)

Smith-Doerr, Laurel (CAS assistant professor of sociology): Women’s Work: Gender Equality vs. Hierarchy in the Life Sciences (Lynne Rienner Publishers)

Sorenson, Lisa G. (CAS adjunct assistant professor of biology), Keeley, Martin, and Sutton, Ann: Wondrous West Indian Wetlands: Teachers’ Resource Book (Dodd Printers, Inc.)

Spiegel, Jeffrey (MED assistant professor of otolaryngology, head and neck surgery), ed.: Sinusitis (Elsevier); with Jalisi, Scharukh ( Boston Medical Center resident, otolaryngology, head and neck surgery), eds.: Contemporary Management of Head and Neck Cancer (Elsevier)

Stanley, H. Eugene (UNI professor, CAS professor of physics, and director, Center for Polymer Studies) with Mallamace, F., eds.: The Physics of Complex Systems: New Advances and Perspectives (Soc. Italiana Fisica, Bologna, Italy)

Staples, Lee (GRS’93) (SSW clinical professor): Roots to Power (Greenwood)

Stern, Edward M. (LAW’72) (CAS assistant dean for pre-law advising) with Wilson, Gerald, eds.: The NAPLA/SAPLA Book of Law School Lists, 2004-2005 (Kaplan)

Swartz, David L. (GRS’84) (CAS sociology instructor) and Zolberg, Vera: After Bourdieu: Influence, Critique, Elaboration (Kluwer Academic Publishers)

Szabo, Thomas L. (ENG research professor of aerospace and mechanical engineering and biomedical engineering): Diagnostic Ultrasound Imaging: Inside Out (Elsevier Academic)

Tello, Richard (MED professor of radiology, epidemiology, and biostatistics), Major, Nancy, and Pitman, Alex: Core Review of Radiology (Saunders)

Walcott, Derek (CAS professor of creative writing): Prodigal: A Poem (Farrar, Straus and Giroux)

Walsh, Carol T. (GRS’73) (MED professor of pharmacology) and Schwartz-Bloom, Rochelle: Levine’s Pharmacology: Drug Actions and Reactions, 7th Edition (Taylor & Francis)

Walsh, Gretchen (Head, African Studies Library) with LaFond, Deborah, eds.: Research, Reference Service, and Resources for the Study of Africa ( Haworth Press)

Wetzler, Lee M. (MED associate professor of medicine) with Lyczack, Jeffrey B., and Pier, Gerald B., eds.: Immunology, Infection and Immunity (ASM Press)

Whitaker, Albert Keith (CAS’93, GRS’93) (CAS visiting professor of writing): A Journey into Platonic Politics: Plato’s Law (University Press of America)

Wiesel, Elie (Andrew W. Mellon Professor in the Humanities and UNI professor): Et où vas-tu? (Editions du Seuil)

Winkler, Dietmar W. (CAS visting professor of religion) with Nausner, Wilfried, eds.: Oikos Europe Between Oikonomia and Oikumene: Global Market Society, EU-Enlargement and Christian Responsibility (Tyrolia-Verlag, Innsbruck-Vienna)

Wolf, Philip A. (MED professor of neurology) with Choi, D. W., Grotta, J. C., and Mohr, J. P., eds: Stroke: Pathophysiology, Diagnosis, and Management, 4th Edition (Elsevier)Cover of Discover Music

Wonglimpiyarat, Jarunee (Hubert H. Humphrey fellow, GSM): Strategies of Competition in the Bank Card Business: Innovation Management in a Complex Economic Environment (Alpha Press/Sussex Academic Press); Best Competitive Case Award, International Business and Economy Conference

Yudkin, Jeremy (CFA associate professor of music): Discover Music (Prentice Hall); Understanding Music, 4th Edition (Prentice Hall)

Zelizer, Julian (CAS professor of history): On Capitol Hill: The Struggle To Reform Congress and Its Consequences, 1948-2000 (Cambridge University Press); ed.: The American Congress: The Building of Democracy (Houghton-Mifflin)

Zelnick, Robert (COM professor and chairman of journalism): Swing Dance: Justice O’Connor and the Michigan Muddle (Hoover Institution Press)

Zimansky, Paul (CAS professor of archaeology) and Stoner, Elizabeth: The Anatomy of a Mesopotamian City: Survey and Soundings at Mashkanshapir (Eisenbrauns)

Zuckerman, Barry (MED professor and chairman of pediatrics), Augustyn,Marilyn (MED assistant professor of pediatrics), and Parker, Steven(MED associate professor of pediatrics): Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics: A Handbook for Primary Care, 2nd Edition (Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins)