What We Are Writing
What books are our colleagues in the College of Arts and Science writing and editing? Letters has asked Vanderbilt University’s humanities and social sciences departments to share their faculty members’ 2008 publications. Their answers give us a glimpse into an active and diverse scholarly community.
Brooke A. Ackerly. Universal Human Rights in a World of Difference. Cambridge University Press.
Houston A. Baker, Jr. Betrayal: How Black Intellectuals Have Abandoned the Ideals of the Civil Rights Era. Columbia University Press.
Paul K. Conkin. A Revolution Down on the Farm: The Transformation of American Agriculture since 1929. University Press of Kentucky.
Leonard Folgarait. Seeing Mexico Photographed: The Work of Horne, Casasola, Modotti, and Alvarez Bravo. Yale University Press.
Michael Gamer and Dahlia Porter, editors. Samuel Coleridge and William Wordsworth’s Lyrical Ballads 1798 and 1800. Broadview Press.
Lorraine López. The Gifted Gabaldón Sisters. Grand Central Publishing.
Peter Lorge. The Asian Military Revolution: From Gunpowder to the Bomb. Cambridge University Press.
Dana D. Nelson. Bad for Democracy: How the Presidency Undermines the Power of the People. University of Minnesota Press.
Morna O’Neill. “Art and Labour’s Cause is One”: Walter Crane and Manchester, 1880-1915. Whitworth Art Gallery, University of Manchester.
Helmut Walser Smith. The Continuities of German History: Nation, Religion, and Race Across the Long Nineteenth Century. Cambridge University Press.
Robert Talisse and Scott Aikin. Pragmatism: A Guide for the Perplexed. Continuum International Publishing Group.
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