The latest publications and recordings from faculty and alumni.
Professor of History Christopher Waldrep explores civil rights history in "Jury Discrimination: The Supreme Court, Public Opinion, and a Grassroots Fight for Racial Equality in Mississippi" (The University of Georgia Press, ’10).
"The God of Loneliness: Selected and New Poems" (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, ’10) by Philip Schultz (B.A., ’67), winner of the 2008 Pulitzer Prize for poetry, includes 14 new poems.
Kelly Corrigan (M.A., ’97) explores the risks and rewards of being a parent in "Lift" (Voice, ’10), a book written in the form of a letter to her two young daughters.
"Abducted by Circumstance" (University of
Tennessee Press, ’10), a novel by David Madden (M.A., ’58), traces a woman’s unraveling after she witnesses a kidnapping.
Told by three narrators, Joshua Mohr’s (B.A., ’03) novel "Termite Parade" (Two Dollar Radio, ’10)
follows the aftermath of a woman’s tumble
down a flight of stairs.
Professor of English Michael Krasny discusses those three-in-the-morning questions on faith and God in "Spiritual Envy: An Agnostic’s Quest" (New World Library, ’10).
Sandra Dutton (M.A., ’80) explores the debate between creationism and evolution through the eyes of a 10-year-old girl in her new children’s book, "Mary Mae and the Gospel Truth" (Houghton Mifflin, ’10).
Princess Leia and Virginia Woolf are among the stars of "My Diva: 65 Gay Men on the Women Who Inspire Them" (University of Wisconsin Press, ’09), an anthology edited by Michael Montlack (M.A., ’95).
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