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BU Books 2005

Altschiller, Donald (History bibliographer, Mugar Memorial Library): Hate Crimes: A Reference Handbook, 2nd Edition (ABC-CLIO)

Ammerman, Nancy Tatom (STH professor of sociology of religion): Pillars of Faith: American Congregations and Their Partners (University of California Press) Distinguished Book, 2005, Sociology of Religion Section, American Sociological Association

Anderson, Betty (CAS assistant professor of history): Nationalist Voices in Jordan: The Street and the State (University of Texas Press)

Cover: Perspective on Health and Human Rights

Annas, George (Edward R. Utley Professor of Health Law,Bioethics, and Human Rights, SPH chairman of health law, bioethics, andhuman rights, MED professor, and LAW professor), with Grodin, Michael (SPH professor of health law, bioethics, and human rights), Gruskin, Sofia, and Marks, Stephen, eds.: Perspectives on Health and Human Rights (Routledge)

Antman, Karen (Medical Campus provost and dean of the School of Medicine) et al., eds.: American College of Physicians Medicine (American College of Physicians)

Bacevich, Andrew (CAS professor of international relations): The New American Militarism: How Americans Are Seduced by War (Oxford University Press) Lannan Literary Award for Especially Notable Book

Barnes, Linda (MED associate professor of pediatrics and public health): Needles, Herbs, Gods, and Ghosts: China, Healing, and the West to 1848 (Harvard University Press)

Basu, Soumendra (ENG professor of manufacturing engineering) with Krzanowski, James, Patscheider, Joerg, and Gogotsi, Yury, eds.: Surface Engineering 2004 — Fundamentals and Applications (Materials Research Society)

Bauman, Margaret T. (MED adjunct associate professor of anatomyand neurobiology) with Kemper, Thomas L. (MED professor of anatomy andneurobiology), eds.: The Neurobiology of Autism (Johns Hopkins University Press)

Becker, James M. (MED professor and chairman of surgery) with Stucchi, Arthur F. (MED research associate professor of surgery), eds.: Essentials of Surgery (Saunders/Elsevier, Inc.)

Berthrong, John (STH associate professor of comparative theology and associate dean) with Shu-hsien, Lius, and Swidler, Leonard, eds.: Confucianism in Dialogue Today: West, Christianity and Judaism (Ecumenical Press)

Bethune, James (ENG’64, GSM’74, SED’91) (ENG associate professorof aerospace and mechanical engineering): Engineering Graphics withAutoCAD 2006 (Pearson)

Blau, Susan (COM associate professor and director of Writing Center) and Burak, Kathryn (COM preceptor): Writing in the Works (Houghton Mifflin)

Bortman, Eli (LAW’67) (MET lecturer) and Allison, Robert: Sacco and Vanzetti (Commonwealth Editions)

Brown, Christopher Boyd (STH assistant professor of church history): Singing the Gospel: Lutheran Hymns and the Success of the Reformation (Harvard University Press)

Cao, Tian Yu (CAS associate professor of philosophy and director of undergraduate studies): The Chinese Model of Modern Development (Routledge)

Capper, Charles (CAS professor of history) with Hollinger, David, eds.: American Intellectual Tradition, 5th Edition (Oxford University Press)

Choi, Hee An (STH lecturer and director of the Anna Howard Shaw Center): Korean Women and God: Experiencing God in a Multi-Religious Colonial Context (Orbis Books)

Chung, Chai-sik (GRS’64) (Walter G. Muelder Professor of Social Ethics, STH): The Clash Between Korean Confucianism and Modern Western Civilization (Yonsei University Press)

Ciraulo, Domenic (MED professor and chairman of psychiatry) with Shader, Richard, Greenblatt, David, and Creelman, Wayne, eds.: Drug Interactions in Psychiatry, 3rd Edition (Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins); with Kranzler, Henry, eds.: Clinical Manual of Addiction Psychopharmacology (American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc.)

Colton, Theodore (SPH professor of epidemiology) with Armitage, Peter, eds.: Encyclopedia of Biostatistics, 2nd Edition (John Wiley and Sons, Ltd.)

Degener, Michael (CAS’80) (CAS Writing Program instructor), translator, and Virilio, Paul, author: Negative Horizon: An Essay in Dromoscopy (Continuum Books

Delgado, Melvin (SSW professor of social work): Designs and Methods for Youth-Led Research (Sage Publications); ed.: Latino Alcohol Use/Abuse Revisited: Advances and Challenges for Prevention and Treatment Programs (Haworth Press)

de Szendeffy, John (SED’94) (Center for English Language and Orientation Programs multimedia language lab coordinator): A Practical Guide to Using Computers in Language Training (University of Michigan Press)

DiCocco, John (COM’81) (SMG publications manager), ed.: 2006 New England GolfGuide (New England GolfGuide)

Evett, David (CAS Writing Program lecturer): Discourses of Service in Shakespeare’s England (Palgrave Macmillan) Palgrave


Farraye, Francis A.
(MED associate professor of gastroenterology) with Forse, R. Armour, eds.: Bariatric Surgery: A Primer for Your Medical Practice (Slack, Incorporated)

Fawell, John (CGS associate professor of humanities): Sergio Leone’s Once Upon a Time in the West: A Critical Appreciation (McFarland)

Cover: Trust and Honesty

Frankel, Tamar (LAW professor of law and Michaels Faculty Research Scholar): Trust and Honesty, America’s Business Culture at a Crossroad (Oxford University Press)

Fritz, Theodore A. (CAS professor of astronomy) with Fung, Shing, eds.: The Magnetospheric Cusps: Structure and Dynamics (Springer) Springer

Gallagher, Kevin P. (CAS assistant professor of international relations), ed.: Putting Development First: The Importance of Policy Space in the WTO (Palgrave)

Glick, Thomas F. (CAS professor of history): Islamic and Christian Spain in the Early Middle Ages (Brill)

Goldfarb, Michael (Former senior correspondent of WBUR’s Inside Out): Ahmad’s War, Ahmad’s Peace: Surviving Under Saddam, Dying in the New Iraq (Carroll & Graf) New York Times Notable Book of the Year

Gorelick, Gennady (CAS research fellow, Center for Philosophy and History of Science) and Bouis, Antonina W.: The World of Andrei Sakharov: A Russian Physicist’s Path to Freedom (Oxford University Press)

Cover: Pakistan: Between Mosque and Military

Haqqani, Husain (CAS associate professor of international relations and director of the Center for International Relations): Pakistan: Between Mosque and Military (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace)

Heggenhougen, H. K. (SPH professor of international health) with Lugalla, Joe, eds.: Social Change and Health in Tanzania (University of Dar es Salaam Press, Tanzania)

Hempton, David (STH professor of church history and UNI professor): Methodism: Empire of the Spirit (Yale University Press) Winner of the Jesse Lee Prize

Herling, Bradley L. (GRS’04) (CAS Core Curriculum instructor): The German Gita: Hermeneutics and Discipline in the German Reception of Indian Thought, 1778–1831 (Routledge)

Horenstein, Mark (ENG professor of electrical and computer engineering and associate dean for research and graduate programs): Design Concept for Engineers, 3rd Edition (Prentice-Hall)

Hudson, Robert (SSW professor and chairman of social welfare policy), ed.: The New Politics of Old Age Policy (Johns Hopkins University Press)

Hynes, H. Patricia (SSW professor of environmental health) with Brugge, Doug, eds.: Community Research in Environmental Health: Studies in Science, Advocacy and Ethics (Ashgate Ltd. Publishing)

Indrisano, Roselmina (SED professor of education) with Paratore, Jeanne (SED associate professor of education), eds.: Learning to Write, Writing to Learn: Theory and Research in Practice (International Reading Association)

Jackson, Robert (CAS professor of international relations): Classical and Modern Thought on International Relations (Palgrave Macmillan)

Kahn, William (SMG associate professor of organizational behavior): Holding Fast: The Struggle to Create Resilient Caregiving Organizations (Brunner-Routledge)

Kalberg, Stephen (CAS associate professor of sociology): Max Weber Lesen (Reading Max Weber) (Transcript Verlag)

Kalotay, Daphne (GRS’94, UNI’98) (CAS Writing Program instructor): Calamity and Other Stories (Doubleday) Notable Book in the 2005 Poets & Writers Magazine First Fictional Annual

Cover: Proust's English

Karlin, Daniel (UNI professor and professor of English): Proust’s English (Oxford University Press)

Katzman, Lauren (SED associate professor of curriculum and teaching) with Gandhi, Allison G., Harbour, Wendy, and LaRock, J. D., eds.: Special Education for a New Century (Harvard Educational Review)

Klawans, Jonathan (CAS associate professor of religion): Purity, Sacrifice, and the Temple: Symbolism and Supersessionism in the Study of Ancient Judaism (Oxford University Press) Oxford University Press

Knopf, Terry Ann (COM journalism lecturer): Rumors, Race and Riots (Transaction Books)

Knust, Jennifer (STH assistant professor of New Testament and Christian origins): Abandoned to Lust: Sexual Slander and Ancient Christianity (Columbia University Press)

Kunz, Thomas (CAS professor of biology and director of theCenter for Ecology and Conservation Biology) with Zubaid, Akbar, andMcCracken, Gary, eds.: Functional and Evolutionary Ecology of Bats (Oxford University Press)

Lehane, Bruce (Head coach of cross country team and assistant coach of track and field team) and Squires, William: Speed with Endurance (King Printing)

Cover: A Change of Heart: How the People of Framingham, Massachusetts, Helped Unravel the Mysteries of Cardiovascular Disease

Levy, Daniel (MED’80) (MED professor of medicine and director of the Framingham Heart Study) and Brink, Susan: A Change of Heart: How the People of Framingham, Massachusetts, Helped Unravel the Mysteries of Cardiovascular Disease (Alfred A. Knopf)

McCann, James (CAS professor of history): Maize and Grace: Africa’s Encounter with a New World Crop, 1500–2000 (Harvard University Press)

Michalski, Krzysztof (CAS professor of philosophy), ed.: What Holds Europe Together? Conditions of European Solidarity, Volume 1 (Central European University Press); ed.: Religion in the New Europe: Conditions of European Solidarity, Volume 2 (Central European University Press)

Mizruchi, Susan L. (CAS professor of English): Becoming Multicultural: Culture, Economy, and the Novel, 1860–1920 (Cambridge University Press) Amazon and Cambridge University Press

Morrow, Lance (UNI professor): The Best Year of Their Lives: Kennedy, Johnson, and Nixon in 1948 — Learning the Secrets of Power (Basic Books)

Mostofsky, David (CAS professor of psychology) with Yehua, Shlomo, eds.: Nutrients, Stress, and Medical Disorders (Humana); with Forgione, Albert (CAS’63, GRS’65,’72) (CAS lecturer in psychology) and Giddon, Donald, eds.: Behavioral Dentistry (Blackwell Publishers)

Murphy, Allyson (COM’90) (COM lecturer, mass communications, advertising, and public relations department) and Weaver, Kimberly: Pack Your Bags . . . Go USA (Independent)

Neville, Robert Cummings (Dean of Marsh Chapel, executivedirector of the Danielsen Institute, and STH professor of philosophy,religion, and theology): Preaching the Gospel Without Easy Answers (Abingdon Press)

Norton, Augustus R. (CAS professor of anthropology and international relations), ed.: Civil Society in the Middle East, Volume 1, 2nd Edition (E. J. Brill) Brill

Cover: Life of David 

Pinsky, Robert (CAS professor of English and creative writing): Life of David (Schocken/Random House) www.barnesandnoble.com

Purvis, Alston (CFA associate professor and chairman of graphic design) and Tresinowski, Alex: The Vendetta: FBI Hero Melvin Purvis’s War Against Crime, and J. Edgar Hoover’s War Against Him (Public Affairs)

Ra’anan, Uri (UNI professor and director of the Institute forthe Study of Conflict, Ideology, and Policy), ed., and coauthor withLinden, Carl, Dunlop, John, and Blank, Stephen; foreword by RobertConquest: Flawed Succession: Russia’s Power Transfer Crises (Rowman & Littlefield) Barnes and Noble

Rao, Anil V. (ENG adjunct professor and senior lecturer):Dynamics of Particles and Rigid Bodies: A Systematic Approach(Cambridge University Press)

Reed, Marnie (SED’90) (SED assistant professor) and Michaud, Christina (SED’02) (CAS Writing Program instructor): Sound Concepts: An Integrated Pronunciation Course (McGraw-Hill)

Renn, Diana (CAS Writing Program instructor): Strategies for College Success: A Study Skills Guide (University of Michigan Press)

Rivers, Caryl (COM professor of journalism) and Barnett, Rosalind: Same Difference: How Gender Myths Are Hurting Our Relationships, Our Children, and Our Jobs (Basic Books, Paperback)

Rosenberg, Charles (Technology manager, SPH Join Together Program), photographer, and Sammarco, Anthony Mitchell, author: Dorchester (Then and Now) (Arcadia Publishing)

Roy, Serge (SAR’81,’92) (SAR research associate professor, Neuromuscular Research Center), Rothstein, Jules, and Wolf, Steven: The Rehabilitation Specialist’s Handbook, 3rd Edition (F. A. Davis)

Saitz, Robert L. (CAS professor emeritus of English) and Saitz, Herlinda (GRS’87), translators: Eight Novellas by Ramón Gómez de la Serna (Peter Lang)

Samuelson, Susan S. (SMG associate professor of strategy and policy) and Beatty, Jeffrey (LAW’78) (SMG associate professor of strategy and policy): Introduction to Business Law (Thomson/Southwestern)

Schneider, Thomas E. (CAS research associate, Editorial Institute): Lincoln’s Defense of Politics: The Public Man and His Opponents in the Crisis Over Slavery (University of Missouri Press)

Schoch, Robert (CGS associate professor of natural science) and McNally, Robert Aquinas: Pyramid Quest: Secrets of the Great Pyramid and the Dawn of Civilization (Tarcher/Penguin Group) Barnes and Noble

Schust, Danny J. (MED associate professor of obstetrics and gynecology) and Heffner, Linda J. (MED professor and chairman of obstetrics and gynecology): The Reproductive System at a Glance, 2nd Edition (Blackwell Publishing) Barnes and Noble

Cover: Amit Khusraw: Poet of Sultans and Sufis

Sharma, Sunil (CAS senior lecturer in Persian): Amir Khusraw: Poet of Sultans and Sufis (Oneworld) Barnes and Noble and Amazon

Silber, Nina (CAS associate professor of history): Daughters of the Union: Northern Women Fight the Civil War (Harvard University Press)

Skinner, Martha (MED professor of medicine and director of the Amyloid Program) with Grateau, Gilles, and Kyle, Robert, eds.: Amyloid and Amyloidosis (CRC Press) Amazon

Spence, Harlan (CAS’83) (CAS professor of astronomy) with Burch, James L., and Schulz, Michael, eds.: Inner Magnetosphere Interactions: New Perspectives from Imaging (American Geophysical Union) www.agu.org

Spiegel, Jeffrey (MED assistant professor of otolaryngology, head and neck surgery) and Jalisi, Scharukh (Physician, MED otolaryngology, head and neck surgery) Contemporary Diagnosis and Management of Head and Neck Cancer (Otolaryngology Clinics of North America)

Stauffer, Andrew (CAS assistant professor of English): Anger, Revolution, and Romanticism (Cambridge University Press)

Tauber, Alfred (CAS professor of philosophy, Zoltan KohnProfessor of Medicine, and director of the Center for Philosophy andHistory of Science): Patient Autonomy and the Ethics of Responsibility (MIT Press)

Teich, Malvin C. (ENG professor of electrical and computer engineering) and Lowen, Steven B.: Fractal-Based Point Processes (Wiley-Interscience)

Thurer, Shari (SED’72, SAR’79) (SAR adjunct associate professor of rehabilitation counseling): The End of Gender: A Psychological Autopsy (Routledge)

Traish, Abdulmaged (GRS’78, GSM’93) (MED professor of biochemistry and urology) with Goldstein, Irwin, Meston, Cindy, and Davis, Susan, eds.: Women’s Sexual Function and Dysfunction: Study, Diagnosis and Treatment (Taylor and Francis)

Tucker, Karen Westerfield (STH professor of worship) with Wainwright, Geoffrey, eds.: The Oxford History of Christian Worship (Oxford University Press) Book of the Month; History Book Club

Tyler, Meg (UNI’04) (CGS assistant professor of humanities): A Singing Contest: Conventions of Sound in the Poetry of Seamus Heaney (Routledge)

Varhelyi, Zsuzsanna (CAS assistant professor of classical studies) with Aubert, Jean-Jacques, eds.: A Tall Order: Writing the Social History of the Ancient World (K. G. Saur)

Walker, Timothy D. (GRS’01) (MET adjunct assistant professor of history): Doctors, Folk Medicine and the Inquisition: The Repression of Magical Healing in Portugal During the Enlightenment (Brill)

Weller, Robert P. (CAS professor of anthropology and research associate, Institute for Culture, Religion, and World Affairs): Civil Life, Globalization, and Political Change in Asia: Organizing Between Family and State (Routledge)

Cover: The Time of the Uprooted

Wiesel, Elie (Hon.’74) (Andrew W. Mellon Professor in the Humanities and UNI professor): The Time of the Uprooted (Knopf)

Wolfe, Michael (MED professor and chief of section of gastroenterology), ed.: Therapy of Digestive Disorders, 2nd Edition (Elsevier)

Yeager, Peter C. (CAS associate professor of sociology) and Clinard, Marshall B.: Corporate Crime (Transaction Publishers)

Zelizer, Julian (CAS professor of history), ed.: New Directions in Policy History (Penn State Press)

Zuckoff, Mitchell (COM professor of journalism): Ponzi’s Scheme: The True Story of a Financial Legend (Random House) A New York Times Editors’ Choice selection