Letters

Spring 2007, Vol. 15, No. 2 (requires Adobe Acrobat)

What We Are Writing

What books are our colleagues across the campus writing and editing? Letters has asked Vanderbilt University's humanities departments to share their faculty members' 2006 publications. Their answers give us a glimpse into an active and diverse scholarly community.

Vereen Bell, editor. A Garland of Many Years (Poems by Donald Davie; photographs by Doreen Davie). Vanderbilt University Press.

Vereen Bell. Yeats and the Logic of Formalism. University of Missouri Press.

Michael Bess. Choices Under Fire: Moral Dimensions of World War II. Knopf.

William Caferro. John Hawkwood: An English Mercenary in Fourteenth-Century Italy. Johns Hopkins University Press.

Sara Eigen and Mark Larrimore, editors. The German Invention of Race. State University of New York Press.

Cervantes in the Middle: Realism and Reality in the Spanish Novel. By Edward H. Friedman.

Edward H. Friedman. Cervantes in the Middle: Realism and Reality in the Spanish Novel. Juan de la Cuesta.

Sean X. Goudie. Creole America: The West Indies and the Formation of Literature and Culture in the New Republic. University of Pennsylvania Press.

Barbara Hahn and Marie Luise Knott, editors. Hannah Arendt–Von den Dichtern erwarten wir Wahrheit. Matthes and Seitz.

Barbara Hahn, editor. Im Nachvollzug des Geschriebenseins. Literaturtheorie nach 1945. Koenigshausen and Neumann.

Rick Hillis. Brother Salvage. University of Pittsburgh Press.

Gary Jensen. The Path of the Devil: A Study of Early Modern Witch Hunts. Rowman and Littlefield Publishers.

Jane Landers and Barry Robinson, editors. Slaves, Subjects, and Subversives: Blacks in Colonial Latin America. University of New Mexico Press.

Lorraine Lopez. Call Me Henri. Curbstone Press.

Leah S. Marcus, editor. The Norton Critical Edition of Shakespeare's Merchant of Venice. W. W. Norton and Company.

John A. McCarthy. Remapping Reality: Chaos and Creativity in Science and Literature (Goethe–Nietzsche–Grass). Rodopi Publishers.

Richard McGregor and Adam Sabra, editors. The Development of Sufism in Mamluk Egypt. Institut Francais d'Archeologie Orientale.

Jose Medina. Speaking From Elsewhere. State University of New York Press.

Urs Meyer, Roberto Siman-owski, and Christoph Zeller, editors. Transmedialitat. Zur Asthetik paraliterarischer Verfahren. Wallstein.

Roosevelt L. Noble. Black Rage in the American Prison System. LFB Scholarly Publishing LLC.

Alice Randall, Carter Little, and Courtney Little. My Country Roots: The Ultimate MP3 Guide to America's Original Outsider Music. Naked Ink.

Philip D. Rasico. El Catala Antic. Universitat de Girona / Institut de Llengua i Cultura Catalanes.

Cecelia Tichi and Amy S. Lang, editors. What Democracy Looks Like: A New Critical Realism for the Post-Seattle World. Rutgers University Press.

Benigno Trigo. Remembering Maternal Bodies: Melancholy in Latina and Latin American Women's Writing. Palgrave Macmillan.

"Science Has No Sex: The Life of Marie Zakrezewska, M.D." by Arleen Maria Tuchman.

Arleen Marcia Tuchman. Science Has No Sex: The Life of Marie Zakrzewska, M.D. University of North Carolina Press.

Abraham Wasserstein and David J. Wasserstein. The Legend of the Septuagint: From Classical Antiquity to Today. Cambridge University Press.

Mark Wollaeger. Modernism, Media, and Propaganda: British Narrative From 1900 to 1945. Princeton University Press.

Paul Young. The Cinema Dreams Its Rivals: Media Fantasy Films From Radio to the Internet. University of Minnesota Press


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