Must-Read Books of 2019
Whether you’re looking for a holiday gift for a book lover or wanting to catch up on some reading during the break, we invite you to consider these 2019 books by faculty of the College of Arts and Sciences:
- Suburban Folktales, Josh Russell, professor and director of creative writing, English.
- Tantric State: A Buddhist Approach to Democracy and Development in Bhutan, William J. Long, professor, Global Studies and Political Science.
- The Black Shoals: Offshore Formations of Black and Native Studies, Tiffany King, assistant professor, Institute for Women’s, Gender and sexuality Studies.
- Fathers and Their Children in the First Three Years of Life: An Anthropological Perspective, Frank L’Engle Williams, professor, Anthropology.
- Yellow Star, Red Star: Holocaust Remembrance after Communism, Jelena Subotic, professor, Political Science.
- Email, Randy Malamud, Regents’ Professor, English.
- Remembering Women Differently, Lynée Lewis Gaillet, Distinguished University Professor, English.
- American Epidemic: Reporting from the Front Lines of the Opioid Crisis, John McMillian, associate professor, History.
- In Plenty and in Time of Need: Popular Culture and the Remapping of Barbadian Identity, Lia T. Bascomb, assistant professor, African-American Studies.
- Small Arms: Children and Terrorism, Mia Bloom, professor, Communication, with John Horgan, Distinguished University Professor, Psychology.