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More Faculty Books

Making Identity Count: Building a National Identity Database
Oxford University Press, 2016
Co-edited by Bentley Allan, Assistant Professor, Political Science
Presents a new method for the recovery of national identity through nine country cases.

Deep Classics: Rethinking Classical Reception
Bloomsbury Academic, 2016
Edited by Shane Butler, Professor, Classics
A study of the obstacles presented when seeking knowledge on the classical past.

Coming of Age in the Other America
Russell Sage Foundation, 2016
Stefanie DeLuca
Associate Professor, Sociology
Kathryn Edin
Bloomberg Distinguished Professor, Sociology

Highlights the resiliency of young people from the nation’s poorest neighborhoods and how public policies could break the cycle of disadvantage.

Pride and Prejudice (Fourth Edition)
W.W. Norton & Company, 2016
Co-edited by Mary Favret, Professor, English
An updated Norton Critical Edition of the 1813 classic, including revised and expanded explanatory annotations.

Water Histories and Spatial Archaeology: Ancient Yemen and the American West
Cambridge University Press, 2016
By Michael Harrower, Assistant Professor, Archaeology
Offers a new interpretation of the spatial-political-environmental dynamics of water and irrigation in long-term histories of arid regions.

Adventures in Sociology
Politics and Prose, 2016
By Melvin Kohn,Professor Emeritus, Sociology; Academy Professor
A memoir of Kohn’s cross-national research.

Eternity: A History (Oxford Philosophical Concepts)
Oxford University Press, 2016
By Yitzhak Melamed, Professor, Philosophy
A philosophical discussion regarding the various concepts of eternity.

Building a Business of Politics:The Rise of Political Consulting and the Transformation of American Democracy
Oxford University Press, 2016
By Adam Sheingate, Associate Professor and Chair, Political Science
Explores the transformation of political campaigns into highly profitable businesses through political consultants.

The Hippocrates Code: Unraveling the Ancient Mysteries of Modern Medical Terminology
Hackett Publishing Company, 2016
Co-authored by Joshua Smith Assistant Professor, Classics
Uses Latin and Greek linguistic and historical information about ancient medicine to show its impact on today’s medical language.