Feb. 2-8, 2001
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State move could reduce faculty retirement benefit
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Civil rights movement brought to life

Planners gather varried input on Virginia 2020 reports
Jet lag problems may be related to meals
Australian architect to receive Jefferson Medal
Series looks at impact of technology on media and equality
Theologian Miroslav Volf to speak on reconciliation Feb. 8
U.Va. researcher studies and promotes realistic exercise plan
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Stephen A. Schuker, Corcoran Professor of History, editor. Deutschland und Frankreich vom Konflikt zur Aussoehnung: Die Gestaltung der westeuropaeischen Sicherheit, 1914-1963. Oldenbourg Verlag.

Peter Heath, professor emeritus of philosophy, and J.B. Schneewind, Johns Hopkins University, editors. Lectures on Ethics: Immanuel Kant, paperback edition. Cambridge University Press.

Charles W. McCurdy, professor of history and law. The Anti-Rent Era in New York Law and Politics, 1839-1865. University of North Carolina Press.

A chronicle of the largest tenant rebellion in U.S. history, and how New Yorkıs lawmakers managed to quell tenant resistance and abolish the archaic form of land tenure at the root of the rent strike.

Ann J. Lane, professor of history and director of womenıs studies, editor. Mary Ritter Beard: A Sourcebook. CUNY.

Martha Snell, professor at the Curry School and Rachel Janney of Radford University. Collaborative Teaming (Teacherıs Guide to Inclusive Practices). Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.

Paul W. Kingston, associate professor of sociology. The Classless Society (Studies in Social Inequality). Stanford University Press.

Jeffrey Hopkins, professor of religious studies. Cultivating Compassion: A Buddhist Perspective. Broadway Books.

Through Buddhist meditations, visualizations, and entertaining anecdotes from his own journey toward greater compassion, Hopkins guides readers in developing an awareness of their capacity to love.

Kathleen M. May, associate professor of counselor education in the Curry School. Feminist Family Therapy. American Counseling Association.

Charles F. Dunkl, professor of mathematics, Mourad Ismail of the University of South Florida, and Roderick Wong of City University of Hong Kong, editors. Special Functions: Proceedings of the International Workshop. World Scientific Publishers.

Robert P. Geraci, assistant professor of history, and Michael Khodarkovsky, history professor at Loyola University, editors. Of Religion and Empire: Missions, Conversion and Tolerance in Tsarist Russia. Cornell University Press.

A. John Simmons, philosophy professor. Justification and Legitimacy: Essays on Rights and Obligations. Cambridge University Press.

Richard Handler, anthropology professor. Excluded Ancestors, Inventible Traditions: Essays Toward a More Inclusive History of Anthropology. University of Wisconsin Press.

John Milbank, instructor in religious studies, and Catherine Pickstock, Fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge. Truth in Aquinas. Routledge.

Arthur Kirsch, Alice Griffin Professor of English Emeritus, editor. Lectures on Shakespeare, by W. H. Auden. Princeton University Press.

Lectures painstakingly reconstructed by Kirsch are from the notes of students who attended Audenıs lectures.


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