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IN THIS ISSUE

Judy DeLoache, Keenan Professor of Psychology. A World of Babies: Imagined Childcare Guides for Seven Societies. Cambridge University Press.

Malcolm Bell III, art professor, editor. Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome, Vol. 43/44. University of Michigan Press.

Topics covered in this volume include Greek war booty at Luna, humor in Roman tavern-painting and interior staircases in Greek temples.

Steven D. Walt and Jody S. Kraus, law professors, editors. The Jurisprudential Foundations of Corporate and Commercial Law. Cambridge University Press.

Edward L. Ayers, Hugh P. Kelly Professor of History. Essay on cyberspace in American Places: Encounters with History, edited by William E. Leuchtenburg, professor of history at University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Oxford University Press.

Julian Bond, lecturer in history, and Sondra Kathryn Wilson, executor of James Weldon Johnson. Lift Every Voice and Sing: A Celebration of the Negro National Anthem: 100 Years, 100 Voices. Random House.

A collection of short essays on race from 100 contributors, including Maya Angelou, Bill and Camille Cosby, Colin Powell and Denzel Washington.

Jeffrey Hopkins, professor of religious studies, editor and translator. The Meaning of Life: Buddhist Perspectives on Cause and Effect, by His Holiness the Dalai Lama. Wisdom Publications.

Weldon Cooper Center for Public Service. For the Record: A Handbook for Clerks: For Virginia Local Governing Bodies, Boards, & Authorities. Cooper Center.

Rita Dove, professor of English, is the subject of Crossing Color: Transcultural Space and Place in Rita Dove's Poetry, Fiction, and Drama, by Therese Steffen, University of Basel, Switzerland.

The first full-length critical study offering a comprehensive biographical and literary portrait of Dove's work.

Charles E. "Snuffy" Myers Jr., director of the Cancer Center; Rose Myers and Sara Sgarlat Steck. Eating Your Way to Better Health. Rivanna Health Publications.

Richard Drayton, associate professor of history. Nature's Government: Science, British Imperialism, and the "Improvement" of the World. Yale University Press.

Deborah W. Parker, associate professor of Spanish, Italian and Portuguese. Bronzino: Renaissance Painter and Poet. Cambridge University Press.

Looking at Agnolo Bronzino's literary output enhances our understanding of his paintings, Parker argues.

C. Brian Kelly, lecturer in news writing, and Ingrid Smyer, 1981 graduate. Best Little Ironies, Oddities and Mysteries of the Civil War, with Mary Todd Lincoln: Troubled First Lady. Cumberland House.

Gary W. Gallagher, John L. Nau III Professor of History, editor. The Richmond Campaign of 1862: The Peninsula and the Seven Days. University of North Carolina Press.

Daphne Spain, professor of urban and environmental planning. How Women Saved the City. University of Minnesota Press.

A look at organizations through which women participated most actively in public life, such as the Salvation Army, the Young Women's Christian Association and the National Association of Colored Women.

Joseph E. Davis, research assistant professor of sociology. Identity and Social Change. Transaction.

Garrett Ward Sheldon, John Morton Beaty Professor of Political and Social Sciences at U.Va.'s College at Wise. The Political Philosophy of James Madison. Johns Hopkins University Press.

Charlotte J. Patterson, psychology professor, and Anthony R. D'Augelli, professor of human development at Pennsylvania State University. Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Identities and Youth. Oxford University Press.

An exploration of the psychological dimensions of lesbian, gay and bisexual indentities from puberty to adulthood.

Jay L. Chronister, professor of education emeritus, and Roger G. Baldwin, professor of higher education at the College of William and Mary. Teaching Without Tenure: Polices and Practices for a New Era. Johns Hopkins University Press.

Jennifer Geddes, Hannah Arendt Fellow at the Institute for Advanced Studies in Culture, editor. Evil After Postmodernism: Histories, Narratives and Ethics. Routledge.

Walter Jost, associate professor of English, and Wendy Olmsted, associate professor of humanities at the University of Chicago. Rhetorical Invention and Religious Inquiry. Yale University Press.

Christopher Krentz, assistant professor of English and American Sign Language, editor. A Mighty Change: An Anthology of Deaf American Writing, 1816-1864. Gallaudet University Press.

The book documents how the first half of the 19th century was a period of transformation for deaf Americans, a time that saw the rise of deaf education and the coalescence of the nation's deaf community.

Glenn A. Gaesser, exercise physiology professor in the Curry School, and Karin Kratina, a nutrition therapist in Gainesville, Fla. Eating Well, Living Well: When You Can't Diet Anymore. Wheat Foods Council.


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