Walter H. Sokel, Commonwealth Emeritus Professor
of German and English. The Myth of Power and the Self: Essays
on Franz Kafka. Wayne State University Press.
Hill, assistant professor of Spanish, Italian and Portuguese.
Sceptres and Sciences in Spain: Four Humanists and the New
Philosophy. Liverpool University Press.
Minds: Contributions to the Study of Buddhism in Honor of Jeffrey
Hopkins, edited by Guy Newland. Snow Lion Publications. Hopkins
is a U.Va. professor of religious studies.
L. Gittleman, associate professor of biology, et al., editors.
Carnivore Conservation. Cambridge University Press.
Herman, associate professor of Slavic languages and literatures.
Poverty of the Imagination: Nineteenth-Century Russian Literature
and the Poor. Northwestern University Press.
F. Rogers, associate professor of religious studies, editor.
Theology and Sexuality: Classic and Contemporary Readings.
Duke, professor of education. Creating Safe Schools for
All Children. Allyn & Bacon.
Ladenson, associate professor of French and comparative literature.
Men and Lesbianism, a special issue of GLQ: Journal of Lesbian
and Gay Studies. Duke University Press.
Rosenfeld, assistant professor of history. A Revolution in
Language: The Problem of Signs in Late Eighteenth-Century France.
Stanford University Press.
J. Ribando, associate professor of mechanical and aerospace
engineering. Heat Transfer Tools (book/CD-ROM). McGraw-Hill.
Kumar, professor of sociology. 1989: Revolutionary Ideas
and Ideals. University of Minnesota Press.
E. Harrell Jr., professor and chief of Division of Biostatistics
and Epidemiology, School of Medicine. Regression Modeling Strategies.
Tingshu Hu, graduate student in engineering, and Zongli Lin, assistant
professor of electrical engineering. Control Systems with Actuator
A. Neeley, associate professor in the Engineering Schools
Division of Technology, Culture and Communication. Mary Somerville:
Science, Illumination and the Female Mind. Cambridge University
Jian, C.K. Yen Professor of Chinese-American Relations, Miller
Center of Public Affairs. Maos China and the Cold War. University
of North Carolina Press.
Gallagher, John L. Nau III Professor of History. Lee and
His Army in Confederate History. University of North Carolina
Fuchs, associate professor of sociology. Against Essentialism:
A Theory of Culture and Society. Harvard University Press.
Ramazani, English professor. The Hybrid Muse: Postcolonial
Poetry in English. University of Chicago Press.
Derthick, retired professor of government and foreign affairs.
Keeping the Compound Republic: Essays on American Federalism.
E. Monius, assistant professor of religious studies. Imagining
a Place for Buddhism: Literary Culture and Religious Community
in Tamil-Speaking South India. Oxford University Press.