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Selected New Books in Ekstrom Library: February 2017

General Book Stacks

  • Gerald Johnson "Our English Heritage" 1949
  • Nicholas Cords "Myth and the American Experience" 1978
  • Gordon Morgan "America Without Ethnicity" 1981
  • Amelia Kessler "Inventing American Exceptionalism" 2017
  • Jarry Allen "Corrections in America: An Introduction" 2016
  • Glynn Custred "History of Anthropology as a Holistic Science" 2016
  • Howard McBain "Prohibition, Legal and Illegal" 2013
  • Deborak Miranda "Bad Indians: A Tribal Memoir" 2012
  • Becky Parry "Literacy, Media, Technology: Past, Present, Future" 2016
  • Cristy Jefson "Apples in the Orchard: A Pre-K - Grade 2 Health Education Curriculum" 2016
  • Allan Nevins "A Century of Political Cartoons: Caricature in the United States from 1800 to 1900" 1944
  • Tony O'Neill "Black Neon" 2014
  • Ray Bradbury "From the Dust Returned" 2002
  • Stephen Chbosky "The Perks of Being a Wallflower" 2012
  • David Grossman "To the End of the Land" 2010
  • Randa Jarrar "Him, me, Muhammad Ali" 2016
  • Sue Kaufman "Diary of a Mad Housewife" 2005
  • Arnold Krupat "Red Matters: Native American Studies" 2002
  • Kathy Lavezzo "The Accomodated Jew: English Antiseminism from Bede to Milton" 2016
  • Braden Jacobs-Jenkins "Appropriate" 2016
  • Noy Holland "I Was Trying to Describe What It Feels Like: New and Selected Stories" 2017
  • Lydia Diamond "Smart People: A Play" 2016
  • Richard Botelho "Reasons for Existence: A Novel" 2015

Collections

  • Mark Jarman "The Heronry: Poems" 2017 (BP)
  • Salman Akhtar "Blook and Ink" 2016 (BP)
  • Jan Beatty "Jackknife: New and Selected Poems" 2017 (BP)
  • Jos Charles "Safe Space" 2016 (BP)
  • Kelly Cherry "Quarter for J. Robert Oppenheimer: A Poem" 2017 (BP)
  • Magalena Chocano Mena "Poems Read in London" 2015 (BP)
  • Denise Duhamel "Scald" 2017 (BP)
  • Gerald Fleming "One" 2016 (BP)
  • Michael Fried "Promesse du Bonheur. Poems by Michael Fried, Photographs by James Welling" 2016 (BP)
  • Derrick Harriell "Stripper in Wonderland: Poems" 2017 (BP)
  • Jay Hopler "Abridged History of Rainfall" 2016 (BP)
  • Ya Hsien "Abyss" 2016 (BP)
  • Ted Hughes "A Ted Hughes Bestiary: Poems" 2016 (BP)
  • Joan Naviyuk Kane "Milk Black Carbon" 2017 (BP)
  • Paul Kane "Welcome Lights: Poems" 2016 (BP)
  • Douglas Kearney "Buck Studies" 2016 (BP)
  • Burt Kimmelman "Abandoned Angel: New Poems" 2016 (BP)
  • Maurice Manning "One Man's Dark: A Book of Poems" 2016 (BP)
  • Shara MCCallum "Madwoman" 2017 (BP)
  • Caits Meissner "Let It Die Hungry" 2016 (BP)
  • Ashley Jones "Magic Gospel City" 2017 (BP)
  • Roberto Carlos Garcia "Melancolia" 2016 (BP)
  • Rupi Kaur "Milk and Honey" 2015 (BP)
  • Peter Kujawinski "Nightfall" 2015 (BP)
  • Marjorie Welish "So What So That" 2016 (BP)
  • Timothy Nolan "The Field" 2016 (BP)
  • Alicia Ostriker "Waiting for the Light: New Poems" 2017 (BP)
  • Molly Peacock "Analyst: Poems" 2017 (BP)
  • Martha Rhodes "Thin Wall: 2017 (BP)
  • Colin Robinson "You Have You Father Hard Head" 2016 (BP)
  • Christopher Salerno "Sun & Urn: Poems" 2017 (BP)
  • Sharon Schwartz "No Way Out But Through" 2017 (BP)
  • Bianca Spriggs "The Galaxy is a Dance Floor" 2016 (BP)
  • C.K. Willians "Falling Ill" 2017 (BP)
  • David Wojahn "For the Scribe" 2017 (BP)
  • Stephen Yenser "Stone Fruit" 2016 (BP)
  • Joyce Bell "Black Power Movement and American Social Work" 2016 (AA)
  • Kenneth Meier "The Politics of African-American Education: Representation, Partisanship, and Educational Equity" 2017 (AA)
  • Shawn Alexander "W.E.B Du Bois: An American Intellectual and Activist" 2015 (AA)
  • Derrick Brooms "Being Black, Being Male on Campus: Understanding & Confronting Black Male Collegiate Experiences" 2017 (AA)
  • Duane Campbell "From Preschool to the Penitentiary: A Candid Examination of a Vicious Cycle" 2015 (AA)
  • Raymond Gavins "The Cambridge Guide to African American History" 2016 (AA)
  • Aida Levy-Hussen "How to Read African American Literature: Post-civil Rights Fiction and the Task of Interpretation" 2016 (AA)
  • Miriam Petty "Stealing the Show: African American Performers and Audiences in 1930s Hollywood" 2016 (AA)
  • Robert Reid-Pharr "Archives of Flesh: African America, Spain, and Post-Humanist Critique" 2016 (AA)
  • Jas Sullivan "Meaning-making Internalized Racism, and African American Identity" 2016 (AA)
  • David Adler "Don't Throw It To Mo!" 2015 (MC)
  • Janari Asim "Preaching to the Chickens" 2016 (MC)
  • Chris Barton "Whoosh! Lonnie Johnson's Super Stream of Ideas" 2016 (MC)
  • Ashley Bryan "Freedom Over Me: Eleven Slaves, Their Lives and Dreams Brought to Life" 2016 (MC)
  • Maria Dismondy "Chocolate Milk, Por Favor: Celebrating Diversity with Empathy" 2015 (MC)
  • Margatia Engle "Lion Island: Chinese Cuba's Warrior of Words" 2016 (MC)
  • Susan Hood "Ada's Violin: The Story of the Recycled Orchestra of Paraguay" 2016 (MC)
  • Deborah Hopkinson "Steamboat School" 2016 (MC)
  • Heidi Hyde Smith "Shanghai Sukkah" 2015 (MC)
  • Megan Lambert "Real Sisters Pretend" 2016 (MC)
  • Rebecca Langston-George "For the Right to Learn: Malala Yousafzai's Story" 2016 (MC)
  • Lindsay Mattick "Finding Winnie: The True Story of the World's Most Famous Bear" 2015 (MC)
  • Patricia Pingry "The Story of Rosa Parks" 2016 (MC)
  • Alice Pung "Lucy and Linh" 2016 (MC)
  • Caren Stelson "Sachiko: A Nagasaki Bomb Survivor's Story" 2016 (MC)
  • Evan Turk "The Storyteller" 2016 (MC)
  • Jen Watts "Piece of Home" 2016 (MC)
  • Jacqueline Woods "Brown Girl Dreaming" 2016 (MC)
  • Aravind Adiga "Selection Day" 2016 (BC)
  • Luis Aldama "Long Stories Cut Short: Fictions From the Borderlands" 2017 (BC)
  • Stephen Dando-Collins "The Big Break: The Greatest American WWII POW Escape Story Never Told" 2017 (BC)
  • Son Hong-Kyu "Muslim Butcher" 2016 (BC)
  • Sana Krasikov "The Repatriates: A Novel" 2017 (BC)
  • Andrew Krivak "Signal Flame" 2017 (BC)
  • William Mann "The Wars of the Roosevelts: The Ruthless Rise of America's Greatest Political Family" 2016 (BC)
  • Megan Marshall "Elizabeth Bishop: A Miracle for Breakfast" 2017 (BC)
  • C.E. Morgan "Sport of Kings" 2016 (BC)
  • Ottessa Mosfegh "Homesick for Another World: Stories" 2017 (BC)
  • Lydia Peele "Midnight Cool" 2017 (BC)
  • Kathleen Rooney "Lillian Boxfish Takes a Walk" 2017 (BC)
  • Kayla Whitaker "The Animators: A Novel" 2016 (BC)

Collections Legend

  • AA:  African-American
  • BC: Browsing 
  • BP: Bingham Poetry 
  • MC: Multicultural Children's Literature 

 

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