What We Are Writing
hat 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’ 2009 publications. Their answers give us a glimpse into an active and diverse scholarly community.
Jeremy Atack and Larry Neal, editors. The Origins and Development of Financial Markets and Institutions. Cambridge University Press.
Beth Bachmann. Temper. University of Pittsburgh Press.
Susan Berk-Seligson. Coerced Confessions: The Discourse of Bilingual Police Interrogations. Mouton de Gruyter.
Nathalie Debrauwere-Miller. Israeli-Palestinian Conflict in the Francophone World. Routledge.
Lenn Goodman and Richard McGregor. The Case of the Animals Versus Man Before the King of the Jinn. Oxford University Press.
Joel Harrington. The Unwanted Child: The Fate of Foundlings, Orphans, and Juvenile Criminals in Early Modern Germany. University of Chicago Press.
Robin Jensen and Kimberley Vrudney, editors. Visual Theology. Liturgical Press.
Jonathan Lamb. The Evolution of Sympathy in the Long Eighteenth Century. Pickering & Chatto.
Lorraine Lopez. Homicide Survivors Picnic and Other Stories. BkMk Press.
John Webster. The Duchess of Malfi, edited by Leah Marcus. A&C Black Publishers.
Jeff Brown and Larry May, co-editors. Philosophy of Law. Blackwell Publishers.
Zachary Hoskins and Larry May, co-editors. International Criminal Law and Philosophy. Cambridge University Press.
Moses Ochonu. Colonial Meltdown: Northern Nigeria in the Great Depression. Ohio University Press.
Kelly Oliver. Animal Lessons: How They Teach Us to Be Human. Columbia University Press.
Alice Randall. Rebel Yell. Bloomsbury USA Publishing.
Mark Schoenfield. British Periodicals and Romantic Identity. Palgrave Macmillan.
Matthias Schulz and Thomas Schwartz, editors. The Strained Alliance: U.S.-European Relations from Nixon to Carter. Cambridge University Press.
Christopher Connery and Hortense Spillers, co-editors. The Sixties and the World Event. Duke University Press.
Robert Talisse. Democracy and Moral Conflict. Cambridge University Press.
Rachel Teukolsky. The Literate Eye: Victorian Art Writing and Modernist Aesthetics. Oxford University Press.
Cecelia Tichi. Civic Passions: Seven Who Launched Progressive America (And What They Teach Us). University of North Carolina Press.
Daniel Usner. Indian Work: Language and Livelihood in Native American History. Harvard University Press.
H.M.Cotton, R.G. Hoyland, J.J. Price, and David Wasserstein, editors. From Hellenism to Islam: Cultural and Linguistic Change in the Roman Near East. Cambridge University Press.
Edward Wright-Rios. Revolutions in Mexican Catholicism: Reform and Revelation in Oaxaca, 1887-1934. Duke University Press.
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