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Recent Acquisitions in Political Science

For the weeks ending 31 May 2007

Topics
American Politics, Political History, and Political Biography, Comparative Politics, Environmental, Social, and Public Policy, Globalization, Higher Education and the Academy, Interdisciplinary, International Relations, Foreign Policy, and Security Studies, Political History and Biography, Political Anthropology, Political Economy, Political Psychology, Political Sociology, Political Theory and Philosophy, Urban Politics Government, and Women/Gender and Politics.

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American Politics, Political History, and Political Biography

859.  Adams, Brian E.  Citizen Lobbyists:  Local Efforts to Influence Public Policy.  Philadelphia:  Temple University Press, 2007.  Mr Adams is Assistant Professor in the Political Science Department at San Diego State University.  Call number:  JK 2498 A33 2007.

860.  Asim, Jabari.  The N Word:  Who Can Say it, Who Shouldn’t, and Why.  Boston:  Houghton, Mifflin, 2007.  Mr Asim is deputy editor of the Washington Post Book World.  Call number:  E 185 A85 2007.

861.  Bacchilega, Cristina.  Legendary Hawai’I and the Politics of Place:  Tradition, Translation, and Tourism.  Philadelphia:  University of Pennsylvania Press, 2007.  Ms Bacchilega Professor of English at the University of Hawaii.  Call number:  GR 110 H38 B33 2007.

862.  Baker, Dean.  The United States Since 1980.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 2007.  Mr Baker is the cofounder of the Center for Economic and Policy Research in Washington, DC.    Before founding the Center, he was Senior Economist at the Economic Policy Institute.  Call number:  E 876 B35 2007.

863.  Cox, Gary W and Mathew D McCubbins.  Legislative Leviathan:  Party Government in the House.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 2007.  Mr Cox is Distinguished Professor of Political Science at the University of California at San Diego, where Mr McCubbins is Professor of Political Science.  Call number:  JK 1429 C69 2007.

864.  Cullen, Jim.  Imperfect Presidents: Tales of Misadventure and Triumph.  New York:  Palgrave, 2007.  Mr Cullen teaches at the Ethical Culture Fieldston School in New York.  Call number:  E 176.1 C945 2007.

865.  Davis, Darren W.  Negative Liberty:  Public Opinion and the Terrorist Attacks on America.  New York:  Russell Sage Foundation, 2007.  Mr Davis is Professor of Political Science at Michigan State University.  Call number:  JC 599 U5 D285 2007.

866.  Gutierrez, Jose angel, Michelle Melendez, and Sonia Adriana Noyola.  Chicanas in Charge:  Texas Women in the Public Arena.  Lanham, MD:  Rowman and Littlefield, 2007.  Mr Gutierrez is Professor of Political Science and Founder of the Center for Mexican American Studies at the University of Texas at Arlington.  Ms Melendez is community services director at St Joseph Community Health in Albuquerque.  Ms Noyola is a government teacher at Moody High School in Corpus Christi.  Call number: HQ 1236.5 U6 G88 2007.

867.  Hall, Wynton C.  The Right Words:  Great Republican Speeches that Shaped History.  New York:  John Wiley, 2007.  Mr Hall is a Visiting Fellow at the Hoover Institution.  Call number:  E 183 H29 2007.

868.  Halper, Stefan and Jonathan Clarke.  The Silence of the Rational Center:  Why American Foreign Policy is Failing.  Boston:  Basic Books, 2007.  Mr Halper is Senior Fellow at Cambridge University’s Center of International Studies where he is also Director of the Donner Atlantic Studies Program.  Mr Clarke is Senior Fellow at the Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs in New York.  Call number:  JZ 1480 H34 2007.

869.  Hogan, Wesley C.  Many Minds, One Heart:  SNCC’s Dream for a New America.  Chapel Hill:  University of North Carolina Press, 2007.  Ms Hogan is Assistant Professor of History and Codirector of the Institute for the Study of Race Relations at Virginia State University.  Call number: E 185.61 H693 2007.

870.  Hunt, Michael H.  The American Ascendancy:  How the United States Gained and Wielded Global Dominance.  Chapel Hill:  University of North Carolina Press, 2007.  Mr Hunt is Everett H Emerson Professor of History at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  Call number:  E 183.7 H855 2007.

871.  Jaspin, Elliot.  Buried in the Bitter Waters:  The Hidden History of Racial Cleansing in America.  New York:  Basic Books, 2007.  Mr Jaspin is a reporter for Cox Newspapers.  Call number:  E 185.61 J37 2007.

872.  Morse, Edward A and Ernest P Goss.  Governing Fortune:  Casino Gambling in America.  Ann Arbor:  University of Michigan Press, 2007.  No info on authors.  Call number:  HV 6711 M63 2007.

873.  Myers, Dowell.  Immigrants and Boomers:  Forging a New Social Contract for the Future of America.  New York:  Russell Sage Foundation, 2007.  Mr Myers is a professor in the School of Policy, Planning, and Development at the University of southern California.  Call number:  JV 6471 M94 2007.

874.  Oakes, James.  The Radical and the Republican:  Frederick Douglass, Abraham Lincoln, and the Triumph of Antislavery Politics.  New York:  Norton, 2007.  Mr Oakes is Graduate School Humanities Professor and Professor of History at the Graduate Center at the City University of New York.  Call number:  E 499 D75 O15 2007.

875.  Pauley, Garth E.  LBJ’s American Promise:  The 1965 Voting rights Address.  College Station, TX:  Texas A&M University Press, 2007.  Mr Pauley is Associate Professor in the Communication Arts and Sciences Department at Calvin College.  Call number:  JK 1924 P38 2007.

876.  Rees, Richard W.  Shades of Difference:  A History of Ethnicity in America.  Lanham:  Rowman and Littlefield, 2007.  Mr Rees is an independent scholar.  Call number:  E 184 A1 R426 2007.

877.  Renshon, Stanley A and Peter Suedfeld, eds.  Understanding the Bush Doctrine:  Psychology and Strategy in an Age of Terrorism.  New York:  Routledge, 2007.  Mr Renshon is Professor of Political Science at t City University of New York.  Mr Suedfeld is Dean Emeritus of Graduate Studies and Professor Emeritus of Psychology at the University of British Columbia.  Call number:  JK 276 U55 2007.

878.  Salvatore, Nick.  Eugene V Debs:  Citizen and Socialist.  Urbana and Chicago:  University of Illinois Press, 2007.  2nd edition.  Mr Salvatore is Maurice and Hinda Neufeld Founders Professor of Industrial and Labor Relations and Professor of American Studies at Cornell.  Call number:  HX 84 D3 S23 2007.

879.  Schaefer, David Lewis.  Illiberal Justice:  John Rawls vs the American Political Tradition.  Columbia and London:  University of Missouri Press, 2007.  Mr Schaefer is professor of Political Science at Holy Cross College.  Call number:  JC 574 S32 2007.

880.  Sheehan, Cindy.  Peace Mom:  A Mother’s Journey through Heartache to Activism.  New York:  Atria books, 2006.  Ms Sheehan lost a son in the Iraq War.  Call number:  DS 79.76 S533 2006.

881.  Sherman, Max.  Barbara Jordan:  Speaking the Truth with Eloquent Thunder.  Austin:  University of Texas Press, 2007.  Mr Sherman is Professor Emeritus and former Dean of the Lyndon B Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin.  Call number:  E 838.5 J6735 2007.

882.  Silverstone, Scott A.  Preventive War and American Democracy.  New York:  Routledge, 2007.  Mr Silverstone is Associate professor of International Relations at the United States Military Academy, West Point, NY.  Call number:  E 744 S555 2007.

883.  Urban, Hugh B. The Secrets of the Kingdom:  Religion and Concealment in the Bush Administration.  Lanham, MD:  Rowman and Littlefield, 2007.  Mr Urban is Associate Professor of Religious Studies in the Department of Comparative Studies at Ohio State University.  Call number:  E 902 U73 2007.

884.  Waldman, Sidney R.  America and the Limits of the Politics of Selfishness.  Lanham, MD:  Lexington Books, 2007.  Mr Waldman is Professor of Political Science at Haverford College.  Call number:  JK 468 E7 W35 2007.

885.  Westheimer, Joel, ed.  Pledging Allegiance:  The Politics of Patriotism in America’s Schools.  New York:  Teachers’ College Press, 2007.  Part of The Teaching for Social Justice series.  Mr Westheimer is Professor and University Research Chair in Democracy and Education at the University of Ottawa.  Call number:  LC 1091 P513 2007.

886.  Wittman, Andrew.  The Black Panthers in the Midwest:  The Community Programs and Services of the Black Panther Party in Milwaukee, 1966-1977.  New York:  Routledge, 2007. Part of the Studies in African American History and Culture series.  No info on author.  Call number:  F 589 M69 N48 2007.

887.  Zaretsky, Natasha.  No Direction Home:  The American Family and the Fear of National Decline, 1968-1980.  Chapel Hill:  University of North Carolina Press, 2007.  Ms Zaretsky is Assistant Professor of History at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.  Call number:  HT 690 U6 Z37 2007.


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Comparative Politics

888.  Ahrens, Geert-Hinrich.  Diplomacy on the Edge:  Containment of Ethnic conflict and the Minorities Working Group of the Conferences on Yugoslavia.  Baltimore:  The Johns Hopkins University Press/Woodrow Wilson Center Press, 2007.  Mr Ahrens is a German diplomat who was a Fellow ar the Woodrow Wilson Center for Scholars in 2002-03.  Call number:  DR 1313.7 P43 A48 2007.

889.  Angell, Alan.  Democracy After Pinochet:  Politics, Parties, and Elections in Chile.  London:  Institute for the Study of the Americas, 2007.  Mr Angell was University Lecturer in Latin American Politics and a Fellow of St Antony’s College, Oxford.  Call number:  JL 2683 A54 2007.

890.  Bouris, Erica.  Complex Political Victims.  Bloomfield, CT:  Kumarian Press, 2007.  Ms Bouris is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Rollins College.  Call number:  JC 571 B6725 2007.

891.  Bradford, Colin I, Jr and Johannes F Linn, eds.  Global Governance Reform:  Breaking the Stalemate.  Washington:  Brookings Institution Press, 2007.  Mr Bradford is a Nonresident Senior Fellow at Brookings.  Mr Linn is Executive Director of the Wolfensohn Center for Development and Senior Fellow at Brookings.  Call number:  JZ 1318 G5165 2007.

892.  Brettell, Caroline B, ed.  Constructing Borders/Crossing Borders:  Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration.  Lanham, MD:  Lexington Books, 2007.  Ms Brettell is Dedman Family Distinguished Professor in the Department of Anthropology at Southern Methodist University.  Call number:  E 184 A1 C596 2007.

893.  Carlson, Matthew.  Money Politics in Japan:  New Rules, Old Practices.  Boulder:  Lynne Rienner, 2007.  Mr Carlson is Assistant Professor of Political science at the University of Vermont.  Call number:  JQ 1692 C37 2007.

894.  Carnaghan, Ellen.  Out of Order:  Russian Political Values in an Imperfect World.  University Park:  Penn State University Press, 2007.  Ms Carnaghan is Associate Professor of Political Science at Saint Louis University.  Call number:  JN 6699 A15 C38 2007.

895.  Chambers, Veronica.  Kickboxing Geisha’s:  How Modern Japanese Women are Changing Their Nation.  New York:  Free Press, 2007.  Ms Chambers is a freelance journalist. Call number:  HQ 1762 C5 2007.

896.  Daniels, Robert V.  The Rise and Fall of Communism in Russia.  New Haven:  Yale University Press, 2007.  Mr Daniels is Professor emeritus of History at the University of Vermont.  Call number:  HX 311.5 D38 2007.

897.  David-Fox, Michael, Peter Holquist, and Alexander Martin, eds.  Orientalism and Empire in Russia.  Bloomington, IN:  Slavica Press/ Indiana University Press, 2006.  Part of the Kritika Historical Studies series.  No info on editors.  Call number:  DK 33 O75 2006.

898.  Farber, David, ed.  What They Think of Us:  International Perceptions of the United States Since 9/11.  Princeton:  Princeton University Press, 2007.  Mr Farber is Professor of History at Temple University.  Call number:  E 902 W475 2007.

899.  Feher, Michel, ed.  Nongovernmental Politics.  New York:  Zone Books, 2007.  Mr Feher is founding editor of Zone Books.  Call number:  JZ 4841 N64 2007.

900.  Fukuyama, Francis, ed.  National-Building: Beyond Afghanistan and Iraq.  Baltimore:  The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2006.  Mr Fukuyama is the Bernard L Schwarts Professor of international Political Economy in the Paul H Nitze School of Advanced International Studies of Johns Hopkins University.  Call number:  JZ 6300 N38 2006.

901.  Fung, Archon, Mary Graham, and David Weil.  Full Disclosure:  The Perils and Promise of Transparency.  New York:  Cambridge University Press, 2007.  Mr Fung is Associate Professor of Public Policy at Harvard’s JFK School of Government.  Ms Graham is a Research Fellow at the JFK School of Government and a Visiting Fellow in Governance Studies at Brookings.  Mr Weil is Professor of Economics and Everett W Lord Distinguished Faculty Scholar at Boston University School of Management.  Call number:  JK 468 S4 F86 2007.

902.  Keiser, Hans-Lukas, ed.  Turkey Beyond Nationalism:  Towards Post-Nationalist Identities.  London/New York:  IB Taurus, 2006.  Mr Keiser is Visiting Professor of Turkish and Ottoman history at the Otto-Friedrich University in Bamberg, Germany.  Call number:  DR 576 T864 2006.

903.  Kelly, Tobias.  Law, Violence, and Sovereignty Among West Bank Palestinians.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 2006.  Part of The Cambridge Studies in Law and Society series.  Mr Kelly is Lecturer in social anthropology in the School of Social and Political Studies at the University of Edinburgh.  Call number:  JC 599 W47 K45 2006.

904.  Kuriansky, Judy, ed.  Terror in the Holy Land:  Inside the Anguish of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.  Westport, CT:  Praeger, 2007.  Ms Kuriansky holds a PhD in psychology, and is an Adjunct Faculty member at Columbia University Teachers’ College and the Department of Psychiatry at Columbia Medical School.  Call number:  DS 119.76 T653 2006.

905.  MacQueen, Norrie and Trine Flockhart, eds.  European Security After Iraq.  Leiden, The Netherlands:  EJ Brill, 2006.  Mr MacQueen is in the Department of Politics at the University of Dundee in the UK.  Mr Flockhart is in the Department of International Business and Asian Studies at the Griffith University in Australia.  Call number:  UA 646 E92359 2006.

906.  Masire, Quett Ketumile Joni.  Very Brave or Very Foolish:  Memoirs of an African Democrat.  Botswana:  Macmillan Botswana, 2006.  Mr Masire is a Botswana politician and government leader.  Call number:  DT 2502 M37 2006.

907.  Mays, Michael.  Nation States:  The Cultures of Irish Nationalism.  Lanham, MD:  Lexington Books, 2007.  Mr Mays is Associate Professor of English at the University of Southern Mississippi.  Call number:  DA 925 M39 2007.

908.  Mbaku, John Mukum.  Corruption in Africa:  Causes, Consequences, and Cleanups.  Lanham:  Lexington Books, 2007.  Mr Mbaku is Willard L Eccles Professor of Economics and John S Hinckley Fellow in the John B Goddard School of Business and Economics at Weber State University.  Call number:  JQ 1875 A55 C6373 2007.

909.  Memmi, Albert.  Decolonization and the Decolonized.  Minneapolis:  University of Minnesota Press, 2006.  Mr Memmi is Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the University of Paris in Nanterre.  Call number:  JV 51 M4213 2006.

910.  Milton-Edwards, Beverley.  Contemporary Politics in the Middle East.  Cambridge:  Polity Press, 2006.  2nd revised edition.  Ms Milton-Edwards is Reader in the School of Politics, International Studies, and Philosophy, at Queen’s University in Belfast.  Call number:  DS 62.8 M55 2006.

911.  Nedergaard, Peter.  European Union Administration:  Legitimacy and Efficiency.  Amsterdam:  Martinus Nijhoff Publishers, 2007.  Mr Nedergaard is Associate Professor at the International Center for Business and Politics  at the Copenhagen Business School.  Call number:  JN 30 N425 2007.

912.  Niemann, Aarne.  Explaining Decisions in the European Union.  Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006.  Mr Niemann is Lecturer in European Integration Studies and International Relations at the University of Amsterdam.  Call number:  JN 30 N5355 2006.

913.  Nussbaum, Martha C.  The Clash Within:  Democracy, Religious Violence, and India’s Future.  Cambridge:  Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2007.  Ms Nussbaum is Ernst Freund Distinguished Professor of Law and Ethics in the Department of Philosophy, Law School, and the Divinity School at the University of Chicago.  Call number:  DS 422 C64 N88 2007.

914.  Oppenheim, Lois Hecht.  Politics in Chile:  Socialism, Authoritarianism, and Market Democracy.  3rd edition.  Boulder:  Westview Press, 2007.  Ms Oppenheim is Professor of Political Science at the University of Judaism in Bel Air, California.  Call number:  F 3100 O66 2007.

915.  Oren, Michael B.  Power, Faith, and Fantasy:  American in the Middle East 1776 to the Present.  New York:  Norton, 2007.  Mr Oren is senior fellow at the Shalem Center.  Call number:  DS 63.2 U5 O54 2007.

916.  Pagano, Michael A and Robert Leonardi, eds.  The Dynamics of Federalism in National and Supranational Political Systems.  Basingtsoke:  Palgrave, 2007.  Mr Pagano is Professor and Director of Public Administration at the University of Illinois at Chicago.  Mr Leonardi is Director of the Economic and Social Cohesion Laboratory in the European Institute of the London School of Economics and Political Science.  Call number:  JC 355 D96 2007.

917.  Pennix, Rinus, Maria Berger, and Karen Kraal, eds.  The Dynamics of International Migration and Settlement in Europe:  A State of the Art.  Amsterdam:  Amsterdam University Press, 2006.  Mr Pennix is Professor of Ethnic Studies at the University of Amsterdam.  Ms Berger is a political scientist at the Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies at the University of Amsterdam, where Ms Kraal is an anthropologist.  Call number:  JV 7590 D96 2006.

918.  Peerenboom, Randall.  China Modernizes:  Threat to the West or Model for the Rest?  Oxford:  Oxford University Press, 2006.  Mr Peerenboom is Professor of Law at the University of California at Los Angeles.  Call number: JC 599 C6 P43 2007.

919.  Posada-Carbo, Eduardo and Carlos Malamud, eds.  The Financing of Politics:  Latin American and European Perspectives.  London:  Institute for the Study of the Americas, 2005.  Mr Posada-Carbo is an historian and Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Latin American Studies at the University of London.  Mr Malamud is Senior Fellow in Latin America at the Real Instituto Espanol Elcano de Relaciones Internacionales y Estragecias.  Call number:  JF 2112 C28 F56 2005.

920.  Reynaert, Herwig, et al, eds.  Revolution or Renovation?  Reforming Local Politics in Europe.  Brugge:  Vanden Broele, 2005.  Mr Reynaert is Professor of Political Science at the University of Ghent.  Call number:  JS 3000 R49 2005.

921.  Rubongoya, Joshua B.  Regime Hegemony in Musoveni’s Uganda:  Pax Musevenica.  London:  Palgrave, 2007.  Mr Rubongoya is Professor of  Political Science at Roanoke College in Virginia.  Call number:  JQ 2951 A58 R83 2007.

922.  Rugh, Andrea B.  The Political Culture of Leadership in the United Arab Emirates.  London:  Palgrave, 2006.  Ms Rugh is and Adjunct Scholar at the Middle East Institute in Washington.  Call number:  JQ 1844 S58 R84 2007.

923.  Samalavicius, Almantes, ed.  Forms of Freedom:  Lithuanian Culture and Europe after 1990.  Vilnius: Kulturos Barai, 2005. No info on editor.  Call number:  DK 505.8 F67 2005.

924.  Starr, Paul.  Freedom’s Power:  The True Force of Liberalism. New York:  Basic Books, 2007.  Mr Starr is the winner of The Pulitzer Prize and a Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs at Princeton.  Call number:  JC 574 S73 2007.

925.  Yekelchyk, Serhy.  Ukraine:  Birth of a Modern Nation.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press, 2007.  Mr Yekelchyk is Associate Professor of History and Slavic Studies at the University of Victoria.  Call number:  DK 508.772 I45 2007.

926.  Walton, Hanes, Jr, Robert Louis Stevenson, and James Bernard Rosser, Sr, eds.  The African Foreign Policy of Secretary of State Henry Kissinger:  a Documentary Analysis.  Lanham:  Lexington Books, 2007.  Mr Walton is Professor of Political Science  and Secretary to the Faculty in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts at the University of Michigan.  Mr Stevenson is Professor Emeritus of Fine Arts and English at Savannah State University.  Mr Rosser is an Episcopalian priest in Atlanta and a political science instructor at Georgia Primeter College.  Call number:  DT 38.7 W35 2007.

927.  Wydra, Harald.  Communism and the Emergence of Democracy.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 2007.  Mr Wydra teaches politics at the University of Cambridge.  Call number:  HX 40 W93 2007.

928.  Zisser, Eyal.  Commanding Syria:  Bashar Al-Asad and the First Years in Power.  London/New York:  IB Taurus, 2007.  Mr Zisser is the head of the Department of Middle East and African Studies and Senior Research Fellow at The Moshe Dayan Center at Tel Aviv University.  Call number:   DS 98.6 Z57 2007.

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Environmental, Social, and Public Policy

1061.  Abernathy, Scott Franklin.  No Child Left Behind and the Public Schools:  Why NCLB Will Fail to Close the Achievement Gap—and What We Can Do About It.  Ann Arbor:  University of Michigan Press, 2007.  Mr Abernathy is Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Minnesota.  Call number:  LB 2806.22 A18 2007.

1062.  Myers, Dowell.  Immigrants and Boomers:  Forging a New Social Contract for the Future of America.  New York:  Russell Sage Foundation, 2007.  Mr Myers is a professor in the School of Policy, Planning, and Development at the University of southern California.  Call number:  JV 6471 M94 2007.

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Globalization

929.  Bernstein, Steven and Louis W Pauly, eds.  Global Liberalism and Political Order:  Toward a New Grand Compromise?  Albany:  State University of New York Press, 2007.  Mr Bernstein is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Toronto and Mr Pauly is Canada Research Chair in Globalization and Governance and Professor of Political Science, also at the University of Toronto.  Call number:  JZ 1308 G58 2007.

930.  Bradford, Colin I, Jr and Johannes F Linn, eds.  Global Governance Reform:  Breaking the Stalemate.  Washington:  Brookings Institution Press, 2007.  Mr Bradford is a Nonresident Senior Fellow at Brookings.  Mr Linn is Executive Director of the Wolfensohn Center for Development and Senior Fellow at Brookings.  Call number:  JZ 1318 G5165 2007.

931.  Enloe, Cynthia.  Globalization and Militarism:  Feminists Make the Link.  Lanham:  Rowman and Littlefield, 2007.  Ms Enroe is Research Professor in the Department of International Development, Community, and Social change at Clark University.  Call number:  JZ 1318 E65 2007.

932.  Feher, Michel, ed.  Nongovernmental Politics.  New York:  Zone Books, 2007.  Mr Feher is founding editor of Zone Books.  Call number:  JZ 4841 N64 2007.

933.  Hytrek, Gary and Kristine M Zentgraf.  America Transformed:  Globalization, Inequality, and Power.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 2008 [!!!].  Mr Hytrk and Ms Zentgraf are Associate Professors of Sociology at California State University at Long Beach.  Call number:  HN 90 S6 H96 2008.

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Higher Education and the Academy

934.  Casey, Karen McKnight, et al, eds.  Advancing Knowledge in Service-Learning:  Research to Transform the Field.  Charolott,NC:  Information Age Publishigm 2005.  No info on Editors.  Call number:  LC 220.5 I57x 2005.

935.  Farnsworth, Kent A.  Leadership as Service:  A New Model for Higher Education in a New Century.  Westport, CT:  Praeger, 2007.  Mr Farnsworth is Mary Ann Lee endowed Professor for Community College Leadership in the College of Education at the University of Missouri at St Louis.  Call number:  LB 2341 F35 2007.

936.  Megill, Allan.  Historical Knowledge, Historical Error:  A Contemporary Guide to Practice.  Chicago:  University of Chicago Press, 2007.  Mr Megill is Professor of History at the University of Virginia.  Call number:  D 16.9 M299 2007.

937.  Neave, Guy, ed.  Knowledge, Power, and Dissent:  Critical Perspectives on Higher Education and Research in Knowledge Society.  Paris:  UNESCO, 2004.  Mr Neave is Director of Research at the International Association of Universities in Paris and Professor and Scientific Director of Comparative Higher Education Policy Studies at the Center for Higher Education Policy Studies at the University of Twente in The Netherlands.  Call number:  LB 2301 U54 2004.

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Interdisciplinary

938.  April, Kurt and Marylou Shockley, eds.  Diversity:  New Realities in a Changing World.  Basingstoke/New York:  Palgrave, 2006.  Mr April is Professor in the Graduate School of business of the University of Cape Town.  Ms Shockley is Chair of the School of Business at the University of California at Monterey Bay.  Call number:  HM 1271 D582 2007.

939.  Djupe. Paul A and Laura R Olsen.  Religious Interests in Community Conflict:  Beyond the Culture Wars.  Dallas:  Baylor University Press, 2007.  Mr Djupe is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Denison University.  Ms Olsen is Associate Professor of Political Science at Clemson University.  Call number:  HM 39 U6 R45 2007.

940. Downs, Richard.  In Search of Iraq:  Baghdad to Babylon.  Dublin:  New Island Publishing, 2006.  Mr Downs is a European journalist.  Call number:  DS 79.75 D69x 2006.

941.  Green, Nancy L and Francois Weil, eds.  Citizenship and Those Who Leave:  The Politics of Emigration and Expatriation.  Urbana and Chicago:  University of Illinois Press, 2007.  Ms Green and Ms Weil are professor of history at the Ecole Des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales in Paris.  Call number:  JV 6021 C57 2007.

942.  Gupta, Suman.  Social Constructionist, Identity Politics, and Literary Studies.  London:  Palgrave, 2007.  Mr Gupta is Senior Lecturer in Literature and Joint Director of the Ferguson Center for African and Asian Studies at the Open University.  Call number:  HM 1271 G87 2007.

943.  Hand, David J.  Information Generation:  How Data Rule Our World.  Oxford:  Oneworld Press, 2007.  Mr Hand is Professor of Statistics in the Department of Mathematics at Imperial College, London.  Call number:  HM 851 H36 2007.

944.  Hunt, Lynn.  Inventing Human Rights:  a History.  New York:  Norton, 2007.  Ms Hunt is the Eugen Weber Professor of Modern European History at the University of California at Los Angeles.  Call number:  JC 585 H89 2007.

945.  Hunwicj, John.  West Africa, Islam, and the Arab World.  Princeton:  Markus Wiener Publishers, 2006.  Mr Hunwick teaches at Northwestern University and is a specialist in the history of Timbuktu, where a new library has been named after him.  Call number:  DT 474 H865 2006.

946.  Lybarger, Loren D.  Identity and Religion in Palestine:  The Struggle between Islamism and Secularism in the Occupied Territories.  Princeton:  Princeton University Press, 2007.  Mr Lybarger is Assistant Professor of Classics and World Religions at Ohio University in Athens.  Call number:  DS 113.6 L93 2007.

947.  Myers, Gene.  The Significance of Children and Animals:  Social Development and Our Connections to Other Species.  West Lafayette, IN:  Purdue University Press, 2007.  2nd revised edition.  Mr Myers is Associate Professor at Huxley College at Western Washington University.  Call number:  BF 723 A45 M94 2007.

948.  Ornstein, Allan.  Class Counts:  Education, Inequality, and the Shrinking Middle Class.  Lanham, MD:  Roman and Littlefield, 2007.  Mr Ornstein is Professor fo Education at St John’s University.  Call number:  HN 90 S6 O76 2007.

949.  Rapley, Robert.  Witch Hunts:  From Salem to Guantanamo Bay.  Kingston/Montreal:  McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2007.  Mr Rapley is a retired Canadian civil servant and author.  Call number:  JC 517 R37 2007.

950.  Schenker, Hillel and Ziad Abu-Zayyad, eds.  Islamophobia and Anti-Semitism.  Princeton, NJ:  Markus Weiner Publishers, 2006.  The editors are do-editors of the Palestine-Israel Journal. Call number:  DS 145 I85 2006.

951.  Tremayne, Mark, ed.  Blogging, Citizenship, and the Future of Media.  New York:  Routledge, 2007.  Mr Tremayne is Assistant Professor of Journalism at the University of Texas in Austin.  Call number:  HM 851 B56 2007.

952.  Waterman, Bryan.  The Republic of Intellect: The Friendly Club of New York City and the Making of American Literature.  Baltimore:  The Johns Hopkins Univeristy Press, 2007.  Mr Waterman is Assistant Professor of English at New York University.  Call number:  F 128.44 W37 2007.

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International Relations, Foreign Policy, and Security Studies

953.  Ahrens, Geert-Hinrich.  Diplomacy on the Edge:  Containment of Ethnic conflict and the Minorities Working Group of the Conferences on Yugoslavia.  Baltimore:  The Johns Hopkins University Press/Woodrow Wilson Center Press, 2007.  Mr Ahrens is a German diplomat who was a Fellow ar the Woodrow Wilson Center for Scholars in 2002-03.  Call number:  DR 1313.7 P43 A48 2007.

954.  Allawi, Ali A.  The Occupation of Iraq:  Winning the War, Losing the Peace.  New Haven:  Yale University Press, 2007.  Mr Allawi is Senior Advisor to the Prime Minister of Iraq.  Call number:  DS 79.76 A393 2007.

955.  Berdal, Mats and Spyros Economides, eds.  United Nations Interventionism, 1991-2004.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 2007.  Mr Berdal is Professor of Security and Development in the Department of War Studies at King’s College, London.  Mr Economides is Senior Lecturer in The European Institute of the London School of Economics and Political Science.  Call number:  JZ 6374 U553 2007.

956.  Brzezinksi, Zbigniew.  Second Chance:  Three Presidents and the Crisis of American Superpower.  New York:  Basic Books, 2007.  Mr Brzezinski was President Jimmy Carter’s National Security Advisor.  Call number:  JZ 1480 B69 2007.

957.  Burr, J Millard and Robert O Collins.  Darfur:  The Long Road to Disaster.  Princeton:  Markus Wiener Publishers, 2006.  Mr Burr is a former relief coordinator for Operation Lifeline Sudan, the USAID and coauthor on other books on Africa.  Mr Collins is Professor of History Emeritus at the University of California at Santa Barbara.  Call number:  DT 546.48 B87 2006.

958.  Chesterman, Simon, ed.  Secretary or General?  The UN Secretary-General in World Politics.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 2007.  Mr Chesterman is Global Professor and Director of the New York University School of Law Singapore Program.  Call number:  JZ 5008 S43 2007.

959.  Chomsky, Noam and Gilbert Achcar.  Perilous Power:  The Middle East and US Foreign Policy.  Boulder, CO:  Paradigm Publishers, 2007.  Mr Chomksy is Professor of Linguistics at MIT.  Mr Achcar lives in France where he teaches politics and international relations at the University of Paris.  Call number:  DS 63.2 U5 C445 2007.

960.  Cimbala, Stephen J and Peter Jacob Rainow.  Russia and Postmodern Deterrence:  Military Power and Its Challenges for Security.  Washington:  Potomoc Books, 2007.  Mr Cimbala is Distinguished Professor of Political Science at Penn State university.  Mr Rainow is a defense consultant and author.  Call number:  UA 770 C5626 2007.

961.  Davis, Darren W.  Negative Liberty:  Public Opinion and the Terrorist Attacks on America.  New York:  Russell Sage Foundation, 2007.  Mr Davis is Professor of Political Science at Michigan State University.  Call number:  JC 599 U5 D285 2007.

962.  DePue, Mark R.  Patrolling Baghdad:  A Military Police Company and the War in Iraq.  Lawrence:  University Press of Kansas, 2007.  Mr DePue is a veteran of the US army, holds PhD from the University of Iowa, and is Director of the oral History Program at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library.  Call number:  DS 79.764 U6 D34 2007.

963. Dillon, Dana R.  China Challenge:  Standing Strong Against the Military, Economic, and Political Threats that Imperil America.  Lanham, MD:  Rowman and Littlefield, 2007.  Mr Dillon is Senior Strategic Analyst at BCP International, and global consulting firm.  Call number:  E 183.7 C6 D56 2007.

964.  Durch, William J, ed.  Twenty-first Century Peace Operations.  Washington:  United States Institutes of Peace, 2006.  Mr Durch is Senior Associate at the Henry L Stimson Center.  Call number:  JZ 5538 T84 2006.

965.  Farber, David, ed.  What They Think of US:  International Perceptions of the United States Since 9/11.  Princeton:  Princeton University Press, 2007.  Mr Farber is Professor of History at Temple University.  Call number:  E 902 W475 2007.

966.  Flynn, Stephen.  The Edge of Disaster:  Rebuilding a Resilient Nation.   New York:  Random House, 2007.  Mr Flynn is a Senior Fellow with the National Security Studies Program at the Council on Foreign Relations.  Call number:  HV 551.3 F62 2007.

967.  Fukuyama, Francis, ed.  National-Building: Beyond Afghanistan and Iraq.  Baltimore:  The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2006.  Mr Fukuyama is the Bernard L Schwarts Professor of international Political Economy in the Paul H Nitze School of Advanced International Studies of Johns Hopkins University.  Call number:  JZ 6300 N38 2006.

968.  Gold, Dore.  The Fight for Jerusalem:  Radical Islam, the West, and the Future of the Holy City.  Boulder, CO:  Regnery, 2007.  Mr Gold is a former Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations and an advisor to the Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu.  Call number:  DS 109.9 G65 2007.

969.  Hancock, Landon E and Christopher Mitchell, eds.  Zones of Peace.  Bloomfield, CT:  Kumarian Press, 2007.  Mr Hancock is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Kent state University.  Mr Mitchell is emeritus Professor of Conflict Analysis at George Mason University.  Call number:  JZ 5538 Z66 2007.

970.  Halper, Stefan and Jonathan Clarke.  The Silence of the Rational Center:  Why American Foreign Policy is Failing.  Boston:  Basic Books, 2007.  Mr Halper is Senior Fellow at Cambridge University’s Center of International Studies where he is also Director of the Donner Atlantic Studies Program.  Mr Clarke is Senior Fellow at the Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs in New York.  Call number:  JZ 1480 H34 2007.

971.  Hytrek, Gary and Kristine M Zentgraf.  America Transformed:  Globalization, Inequality, and Power.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 2008 [!!!].  Mr Hytrk and Ms Zentgraf are Associate Professors of Sociology at California State University at Long Beach.  Call number:  HN 90 S6 H96 2008.

972.  Johnson-Freese, Joan.  Space as a Strategic Asset.  New York:  Columbia University Press, 2007.  Ms Johnson-Freese is Professor and Chair of the Department of National Security Decision-Making at the Naval War College.  Call number:  JZ 5695 J64 2007.

973.  Jones, Jeremy.  Negotiating Change:  The New Politics of the Middle East.  London and New York:  IB Taurus, 2007.  Mr Jones runs an international strategy consulting firm in Oxford.  Call number:  DS 63.1 J66 2007.

974.  Kline, Harvey F.  Chronicle of a Failure Foretold:  The Peace Process of Colombian President Andres Pastrana.  Tuscaloosa:  University of Alabama Press, 2007.  Mr Kline is a Professor of Political Science at the University of Alabama.  Call number:  F 2279 K53 2007.

975.  Kuriansky, Judy, ed.  Terror in the Holy Land:  Inside the Anguish of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.  Westport, CT:  Praeger, 2007.  Ms Kuriansky holds a PhD in psychology, and is an Adjunct Faculty member at Columbia University Teachers’ College and the Department of Psychiatry at Columbia Medical School.  Call number:  DS 119.76 T653 2006.

976.  Lacey, Jim.  Takedown:  The 3rd Infantry Division’s Twenty-one Day Assault on Baghdad.  Annapolis:  Naval Institute Press, 2007.  Mr Lacy is a retired army office and the author of several books on military subjects, as well as being an analyst for the Institute for Defense Analyses.  Call number:  DS 79.76 L325 2007.

977.  Legvold, Robert, ed.  Russian Foreign Policy in the 21st Century and the Shadow of the Past.  New York:  Columbia University Press, 2007.  Mr Legvold is Marshall D Shulman Professor of Political Science at Columbia.  Call number:  DK 510.764 R866 2007.

978.  MacQueen, Norrie and Trine Flockhart, eds.  European Security After Iraq.  Leiden, The Netherlands:  EJ Brill, 2006.  Mr MacQueen is in the Department of Politics at the University of Dundee in the UK.  Mr Flockhart is in the Department of International Business and Asian Studies at the Griffith University in Australia.  Call number:  UA 646 E92359 2006.

979.  Martin, Randy.  An Empire of Indifference:  American War and the Financial Logic of Risk Management.  Durham:  Duke University Press, 2007.  Mr Martin is Professor of Art and Public Policy at the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University.  Call number:  HV 6432 M378 2007.

980.  Menon, Rajan.  The End of Alliances.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 2007.  Mr Menon is Monroe J Rathbone Professor of International Relations at Lehigh University. Call number:  E 895 M46 2007.

981.  Mertus, Jule A and Jeffrey W Helsing, eds.  Human Rights and Conflict:  Exploring the Links Between Rights, Laws, and Peacebuilding.  Washington:  United States Institute of Peace Press, 2006.  Ms Mertus is a former senior fellow at the United States Institute of Peace and is now an Associate Professor at American University.  Mr Helsing is a program officer and Middle East Specialist at the Institute’s Education Program.  Call number:  JC 571 H76872x 2006.

982.  Meyer, Jeffrey A and Mark C Califano.  Good Intentions Corrupted:  The Oil-for-Food Scandal and the Threat to the UN.  New York:  Public Affairs Books, 2006.  Introduction by Paul A Volcker.  Mr Meyer is former Senior Counsel to the Independent Inquiry Committee, and Mr Califano is Chief Legal Counsel to the Committee.  Call number:  JZ 6373 M49 2006.

983.  Millar, Alistair and Eric Rosand.  Allied Against Terrorism:  What’s Needed to Strengthen Worldwide Commitment.  New York:  The Century Foundation Press, 2006.  A Century Foundation Report.  Mr Millar is Director of the Center on Global Counter-terrorism Cooperation, an NGO, where Mr Rosand is also a Senior Fellow.  Call number:  JZ 6005 M55 2006.

984.  Norton, Augustus Richard.  Hezbollah:  a Short History.  Princeton:  Princeton University Press, 2007.  Part of the Princeton Studies in Muslim Politics series.  Mr Norton is professor of International Relations and Anthropology at Boston University.    Call number:  JQ 1828 A98 H6263 2007.

985.  Nussbaum, Martha C.  The Clash Within:  Democracy, Religious Violence, and India’s Future.  Cambridge:  Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, 2007.  Ms Nussbaum is Ernst Freund Distinguished Professor of Law and Ethics in the Department of Philosophy, Law School, and the Divinity School at the University of Chicago.  Call number:  DS 422 C64 N88 2007.

986.  Peerenboom, Randall.  China Modernizes:  Threat to the West or Model for the Rest?  Oxford:  Oxford University Press, 2006.  Mr Peerenboom is Professor of Law at the University of California at Los Angeles.  Call number: JC 599 C6 P43 2007.

987.  Prunier, Gerard.  Darfur:  The Ambiguous Genocide.  Ithaca:  Cornell University Press, 2007.  Revised and updated edition.  Part of the Crises in World Politics series.  Mr Prunier is Research Professor at the University of Paris.  Call number:  DT 159.6 D27 P28 2007.

988.  Rabasa, Angel, et al.  Beyond al Qaeda:  Part 1:  The Global Jihadist Movement.  Part 2:  The Outer Rings of the Terrorist Universe.  Santa Monica:  RAND Corporation, 2006.  Part of the Project Air Force series.  No info on the 8 authors.  Call number:  HV 6431 B493 2006.

989.  Renshon, Stanley A and Peter Suedfeld, eds.  Understanding the Bush Doctrine:  Psychology and Strategy in an Age of Terrorism.  New York:  Routledge, 2007.  Mr Renshon is Professor of Political Science at t City University of New York.  Mr Suedfeld is Dean Emeritus of Graduate Studies and Professor Emeritus of Psychology at the University of British Columbia.  Call number:  JK 276 U55 2007.

990.  Rotberg, Robert I, ed.  Building a New Afghanistan.  Cambridge, MA:  The World Peace Foundation, 2007.  Mr Rotberg is Director of the Program on Intrastate Conflict, Conflict Prevention, and Conflict Resolution at JFK School of Government.  Call number:  DS 371.4 B83 2007.

991.  Shinoda, Tomohito.  Koizumi Diplomacy:  Japan’s Kantei Approach to Foreign and Defense Affairs.  Seattle:  University of Washington Press, 2007.  Mr Shinoda is Associate Professor of International Relations at the International University of Japan. Call number:  DS 891.2 S48 2007.

992.  Silverstone, Scott A.  Preventive War and American Democracy.  New York:  Routledge, 2007.  Mr Silverstone is Associate professor of International Relations at the United States Military Academy, West Point, NY.  Call number:  E 744 S555 2007.

993.  Smith, Sebastian.  Allah’s Mountains:  The Battle for Chechnya.  London:  Taurus Paperback Books, 2006.  No info on author.  Call number:  DK 511 C37 S63 2006.

994.  Vayrynen, Raimo, ed.  The Waning of Major War:  Theories and Debates.  London:  Routledge, 2006.   Mr Vayrynen is President of the Academy of Finland and a former Professor of Political Science.  Call number:  U 21.2 W349 2006.

995.  White, James d and Anthony J Marsella, eds.  Fear of Persecution:  Global Human Rights, International Law, and Human Well-being.  New York:  Lexington Books, 2007.  Mr White is Associate Director of International Programs in the Center for Advanced Communications Policy at the Georgia Institute of Technology.  Mr Marsella is Professor Emeritus of the Department of Psychology at the University of Hawaii.  Call number:  HV 640 F42 2007.

996.  Waller, James.  Becoming Evil:  How Ordinary People Commit Genocide and Mass Killing.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press, 2007.  2nd edition.  Mr Waller is Professor and Lindaman Chair of Psychology at Whitworth College.  Call number:  HV 6322.7 W35 2007.

997.  Wallis, Andrew.  Silent Accomplice:  The Untold Story of France’s Role in Rwandan Genocide.  London:  IB Taurus, 2006.  Mr Wallis is a freelance journalist and a researcher in the Department of Peace Studies at the University of Bradford.  Call number: DT 450.435 W35 2006.

998.  Walton, Hanes, Jr, Robert Louis Stevenson, and James Bernard Rosser, Sr, eds.  The African Foreign Policy of Secretary of State Henry Kissinger:  a Documentary Analysis.  Lanham:  Lexington Books, 2007.  Mr Walton is Professor of Political Science  and Secretary to the Faculty in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts at the University of Michigan.  Mr Stevenson is Professor Emeritus of Fine Arts and English at Savannah State University.  Mr Rosser is an Episcopalian priest in Atlanta and a political science instructor at Georgia Primeter College.  Call number:  DT 38.7 W35 2007.

999.  Webb, Maureen.  Illusions of Security:  Global Surveillance and Democracy in the Post-9/11 World.  San Francisco:  City Lights Books, 2007.  Ms Webb is A Canadian human rights activist and lawyer.  Call number:  JC 599 U5 W364 2007.

1000.  Wenger, Andreas and Reto Wollenmann, eds.  Bioterrorism:  Confronting a Complex Threat.  Boulder, CO;; Lynne Rienner, 2007,  Mr Wenger is Professor of International Security Policy and the Director of the Center for Security Studies at ETH Zurich ( Swiss Federal Institute of Technology), where Mr Wollenmann was a research fellow until 2005.  Call number:  HV 6433.3 B56 2007.

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Political History and Political Biography

1005.  Armus, Seth D.  French Anti-Americanism, 1930-1948.  Lanham, MD:  Lexington books, 2007.  Part of the Critical Moments in Complex History series.  Mr Armus is Associate Professor of History at Saint Joseph’s College in Patchogue and Brooklyn, NY.  Call number:  E 183.8 F8 A74 2007.

1006.  Batvinis, Raymond J.  The Origins of FBI Counterintelligence. Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2007.  Mr Batvinis was a Special Agent in the FBI from 1972 to 1999.  Call number:  HV 8144 F43 B48 2007.

1007.  Casey, Michael W.  The Rhetoric of Sir Garfield Todd:  Christian Imagination and the Dream of an African Democracy.  Waco:  Baylor University Press, 2007. Mr Casey is Professor of Communication and Carl P Miller Endowed Chair of Communication at Pepperdine University.  Call number:  DT 2979 T63 C37 2007.

1008.  Chamberlain, Ann.  A History of Women’s Seclusion in the Middle East:  The Veil in the Looking Glass.  Binghamton:  The Haworth Press, 2006.  Ms Chamberlin is a Salt Lake City-based writer. Call number:  HQ 1726.5 C45 2006.
 
1009.  Defronzo, James.  Revolutions and Revolutionary Movements.  Boulder, CO:  Westview Press, 2007.  Mr Defronzo is Associate Professor Emeritus [?!!] of Sociology at the University of Connecticut.  Call number:  HM 876 D44 2007.

1010.  Eorsi, Laszlo.  The Hungarian Revolution of 1956:  Myths and Realities.  Boulder, Co:  Social Science Monographs, 2006.  Mr Eorsi is a fellow of the 1956 Institute in Budapest.  Call number:  DB 956.7 E5613 2006.

1011.  Fauer, David.  Emperor and Ancestor:  State and Lineage in South China.  Stanford:  Stanford University Press, 2007.  Mr Faure is Professor of History at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.  Call number:  GN 635 C5 F38 2007.

1012.  Hefez, Nir and Gadi Bloom.  Ariel Sharon:  A Life.  New York:  Random House, 2006.  Mr Hefez is a senior editor of the daily Israeli newspaper Yedioth Abronoth, and Mr Bloom is managing editor of Yedioth TikshoretCall number:  DS 126.6 S42 H4412 2006.

1013.  House, Jim and Neil MacMaster.  Paris, 1961:  Algerians, State Terror, and Memory.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press, 2006.  Mr House is Lecturer in French at the University of Leeds.  Mr MacMaster is Honorary Reader at the University of East Anglia.  Call number:  DC 718 A44 H49 2006.

1015.  Hunt, Lynn.  Inventing Human Rights:  a History.  New York:  Norton, 2007.  Ms Hunt is the Eugen Weber Professor of Modern European History at the University of California at Los Angeles.  Call number:  JC 585 H89 2007.

1016.  Lawrence, Mark Atwood, and Frederik Logevall, eds.  The First Vietnam War:  Colonial Conflict and Cold War Crisis.  Cambridge, MA:  Harvard University Press, 2007.  Mr Lawrence is Associate Professor of History at the University of Texas at Austin.  Mr Logevall is Professor of History at Cornell.  Call number:  DS 553.1 F48 2007.

1017.  Magaij, Paul.  Imagining Fascism:  The Culture Politics of the French Young Right, 1930-1945.  Newark:  University of Delaware Press, 2007.  Mr Mazgaj is Associate Professor of History at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.  Call number:  DC 33.7 M37 2007.

1018.  May, Ernest R and Philip D Zilokow, eds.  Dealing with Dictators:  Dilemmas of US Diplomacy and Intelligence Analysis, 1945-1990.  Cambridge, MA:  The MIT Press, 2006.  No info on editors.  Call number:  E 840 D392 2006.

1019.  Milosch, Mark S.  Modernizing Bavaria:  The Politics of Franz Josef Strauss and CSU, 1949-1969.  New York:  Berghahn Books, 2007.  Part of the Monographs in Germany History series.  Mr Milosch holds both PhD and JD degrees and is Special Advisor to the US Congress.  Call number:  D 801 B423 M55 2006.

1020.  Morgan, Philip.  The Fall of Mussolini:  Italy, the Italians, and the Second World War.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press, 2007.  Mr Morgan is Senior Lecturer in Contemporary European History at the University of Hull.  Call number:  DG 672 W645 2007.

1021.  Morris-Suzuki, Tessa.  Exodus to North Korea:  Shadows from Japan’s Cold War.  Lanham:  Rowman and Littlefield, 2007.  Ms Morris-Suzuki is Professor in the Division of Pacific and Asian History at the Australian National University.  Call number:  JV 8757.5 M67 2007.

1022.  Philp, Mark.  Political Conduct.  Cambridge:  Harvard University Press, 2007.  Mr Philp is Fellow and Tutor in Politics at Oriel College at the University of Oxford.  Call number:  JA 79 P63 2007.

1023.  Priestland, David.  Stalinism and the Politics of Mobilization:  Ideas, Power, and Terror in Inter-war Russia.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press, 2007.  Mr Priestland is Fellow and Tutor in Modern History at St Edmund Hall, Oxford.  Call number:  DK 2684 P75 2007.

1024.  Silbey, David J.  A War of Frontier and Empire:  The Philippine-American War, 1899-1902.  New York:  Hill and Wang, 2007.  Mr Silbey is Associate Professor of European History at Alvernia College in Reading, PA.  Call number:  DS 679 S57 2007.

1025.  Hunt, Lynn.  Inventing Human Rights:  a History.  New York:  Norton, 2007.  Ms Hunt is the Eugen Weber Professor of Modern European History at the University of California at Los Angeles.  Call number:  JC 585 H89 2007.

1026.  Smith, Jeffrey R.  A People’s War:  Germany’s Political Revolution, 1913-1918.  Lanham, MD:  University Press of America, 2007.  Mr Smith is Associate Professor of History at Northwestern State University in Louisiana. Call number:  DD 228.8 S54 2007.

1027.  Stacey, Peter.  Roman Monarchy and the Renaissance Prince.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 2007.  Mr Stacey is College Lecturer and Osborn Fellow in Medieval History at Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge.  Call number:  DG 533 S83 2007.

1028.  Steege, Paul.  Black Market, Cold War:  Everyday Life in Berlin, 1946-1949.  New York:  Cambridge University Press, 2007.  Mr Steege is an Associate Professor of history at Villanova University.  Call number:  DD 881 S738 2007.

1029.  Vasey, CM.  Nazi Ideology.  Lanham, MD:  Hamilton Books, 2006.  Mr Vasey is Tutor of History and Contemporary History at Leicester University.  Call number:  DD 256.5 V37 2006.

1030.  Walton, Hanes, Jr, Robert Louis Stevenson, and James Bernard Rosser, Sr, eds.  The African Foreign Policy of Secretary of State Henry Kissinger:  a Documentary Analysis.  Lanham:  Lexington Books, 2007.  Mr Walton is Professor of Political Science  and Secretary to the Faculty in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts at the University of Michigan.  Mr Stevenson is Professor Emeritus of Fine Arts and English at Savannah State University.  Mr Rosser is an Episcopalian priest in Atlanta and a political science instructor at Georgia Primeter College.  Call number:  DT 38.7 W35 2007.

1031.  Wilson, Ben.  The Making of Victorian Values:  Decency and Dissent in Britain, 1789-1837.  New York:  Penguin Press, 2007.  Mr Wilson is a Cambridge University graduate who lives in London.  Call number:   DA 520 W55 2007.

1032.  Wistrich, Robert S.  Laboratory for World Destruction:  Germans and Jews in Central Europe.  Lincoln:  University of Nebraska Press, 2007.  Mr Wistrich holds the Neuberger Chair of Modern Jewish History at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.  Call number:  DS 135 G33 W525 2007.

1033.  Zisser, Eyal.  Commanding Syria:  Bashar Al-Asad and the First Years in Power.  London/New York:  IB Taurus, 2007.  Mr Zisser is the head of the Department of Middle East and African Studies and Senior Research Fellow at The Moshe Dayan Center at Tel Aviv University.  Call number:   DS 98.6 Z57 2007.


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Political Anthropology

1001.  Mazgaj, Paul.  Imagining Fascism:  The Culture Politics of the French Young Right, 1930-1945.  Newark:  University of Delaware Press, 2007.  Mr Mazgaj is Associate Professor of History at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro.  Call number:  DC 33.7 M37 2007.

1002.  Andrea B Rugh.  The Political Culture of Leadership in the United Arab Emirates.  London:  Palgrave, 2006.  Ms Rugh is and Adjunct Scholar at the Middle East Institute in Washington.  Call number:  JQ 1844 S58 R84 2007.


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Political Economy

1003.  Baker, Dean.  The United States Since 1980.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 2007.  Mr Baker is the cofounder of the Center for Economic and Policy Research in Washington, DC.    Before founding the Center, he was Senior Economist at the Economic Policy Institute.  Call number:  E 876 B35 2007.

1004.  Booth, Philip, ed.  Towards a Liberal Utopia?  London:  Continuum Books/Institute of Economic Affairs, 2006.  No info on editor.  Call number:  HN 385.5 T69 2006.


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Political Psychology

1050.  Kuriansky, Judy, ed.  Terror in the Holy Land:  Inside the Anguish of the Israeli-Palestinian Conflict.  Westport, CT:  Praeger, 2007.  Ms Kuriansky holds a PhD in psychology, and is an Adjunct Faculty member at Columbia University Teachers’ College and the Department of Psychiatry at Columbia Medical School.  Call number:  DS 119.76 T653 2006.

1051.  Losi, Natale.  Lives Elsewhere:  Migration and Psychic Malaise.  London:  Karnac Books, 2006.  Part of  The International Series of Psychlogical Persepctives on Trauma, Displaced People, and Political Violence series.  Mr Losi is a Rome-based psychotherapist.  Call number:  GN 273 L6713 2006.

1052.  Renshon, Stanley A and Peter Suedfeld, eds.  Understanding the Bush Doctrine:  Psychology and Strategy in an Age of Terrorism.  New York:  Routledge, 2007.  Mr Renshon is Professor of Political Science at the City University of New York.  Mr Suedfeld is Dean Emeritus of Graduate Studies and Professor Emeritus of Psychology at the University of British Columbia.  Call number:  JK 276 U55 2007.

1053.  Sluga, Glenda.  The Nation, Psychology, and International Politics, 1870-1919.  Basingstoke:  Palgrave, 2006.  Ms Sluga is an independent scholar.  Call number:  JC 311 S5352 2006.

1054.  Waller, James.  Becoming Evil:  How Ordinary People Commit Genocide and Mass Killing.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press, 2007.  2nd edition.  Mr Waller is Professor and Lindaman Chair of Psychology at Whitworth College.  Call number:  HV 6322.7 W35 2007.


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Political Sociology

1055.  Agger, Ben.  Public Sociology:  From Social Facts to Literary Acts.  Lanham, MD:  Roman and Littlefield, 2007.  Mr Agger is Professor of Sociology and Humanities at the University of Texas at Austin.  Call number:  HM 511 A527 2007.

1056.  Defronzo, James.  Revolutions and Revolutionary Movements.  Boulder, CO:  Westview Press, 2007.  Mr Defronzo is Associate Professor Emeritus [?!!] of Sociology at the University of Connecticut.  Call number:  HM 876 D44 2007.

1057.  Memmi, Albert.  Decolonization and the Decolonized.  Minneapolis:  University of Minnesota Press, 2006.  Mr Memmi is Professor Emeritus of Sociology at the University of Paris in Nanterre.  Call number:  JV 51 M4213 2006.

1058.   Myers, Dowell.  Immigrants and Boomers:  Forging a New Social Contract for the Future of America.  New York:  Russell Sage Foundation, 2007.  Mr Myers is a professor in the School of Policy, Planning, and Development at the University of southern California.  Call number:  JV 6471 M94 2007.

1059.  Ornstein, Allan.  Class Counts:  Education, Inequality, and the Shrinking Middle Class.  Lanham, MD:  Roman and Littlefield, 2007.  Mr Ornstein is Professor fo Education at St John’s University.  Call number:  HN 90 S6 O76 2007.

1060.  Zaretsky, Natasha.  No Direction Home:  The American Family and the Fear of National Decline, 1968-1980.  Chapel Hill:  University of North Carolina Press, 2007.  Ms Zaretsky is Assistant Professor of History at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.  Call number:  HT 690 U6 Z37 2007.


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Political Theory and Philosophy

1034.  Arditi, Benjamin.  Politics on the Edges of Liberalism:  Difference, Populism, Revolution, Agitation.  Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2007.  Mr Arditi is Professor of Political Theory at the National University of Mexico.  Call number:  JC 574 A73 2007.

1035.  Bernstein, Steven and Louis W Pauly, eds.  Global Liberalism and Political Order:  Toward a New Grand Compromise?  Albany:  State University of New York Press, 2007.  Mr Bernstein is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Toronto and Mr Pauly is Canada Research Chair in Globalization and Governance and Professor of Political Science, also at the University of Toronto.  Call number:  JZ 1308 G58 2007.

1036.  Booth, Philip, ed.  Towards a Liberal Utopia?  London:  Continuum Books/Institute of Economic Affairs, 2006.  No info on editor.  Call number:  HN 385.5 T69 2006.

1037.  Butler, Leslie.  Critical Americans:  Victorian Intellectuals and Transatlantic Liberal Reform. Chapel Hill:  University of North Carolina Press, 2007.  Ms Butler is Assistant Professor of History at Dartmouth College.  Call number:  JC 574.2 U6 B88 2007.

1038.  Eley, Geoff and Keith Nield.  The Future of Class in History:  What’s Left of the Social?  Ann Arbor:  University of Michigan Press, 2007.  Mr Eley is Professor of History at the University of Michigan and Mr Nield is Professor Emeritus of History at the University of Hull in the UK.  Call number:  HT 601 E44 2007.

1039.  Hobbes, Thomas.  Leviathan.  Edited by Marshall Missner.  New York:  Pearson Longman, 2007.  Part of The Longman Library of Primary Sources in Philosophy series.  Call number:  JC 153 H659 M57 2007.

1040.  Hunt, Lynn.  Inventing Human Rights:  a History.  New York:  Norton, 2007.  Ms Hunt is the Eugen Weber Professor of Modern European History at the University of California at Los Angeles.  Call number:  JC 585 H89 2007.

1041.  Karki, Kimi, ed.  Power and Control.  Helsinki:  Family Federation of Finald, 2004.  No info on editor.  Call number:  HM 1271 P69 2004.

1042.  Lewin, Leif.  Democratic Accountability:  Why Choice in Politics is Both Possible and Necessary.  Cambridge, MA:  Harvard University Press, 2007.  Mr Lewin is Johan Skytte Professor of Eloquence and Government at Uppsala University in Sweden.  Call number:  JC 423 L4857 2007.

1043.  Macklem, Timothy.  Independence of Mind.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press, 2006.  Mr Macklem is Professor of Jurisprudence at King’s College London.  Call number:  JC 571 M312 2006.

1044.  Philp, Mark.  Political Conduct.  Cambridge:  Harvard University Press, 2007.  Mr Philp is Fellow and Tutor in Politics at Oriel College at the University of Oxford.  Call number:  JA 79 P63 2007.

1045.  Rawls, John.  Lectures on the History of Political Philosophy.  Cambridge, MA:  The Belknap Press of the Harvard University Press, 2007.  Edited by Samuel Freeman.  The late Mr Rawls was James Bryant Conant Professor of at Harvard; Mr Freeman is Professor of Philosophy and Law at the University of Pennsylvania.  Call number:  JA 71 R297 2007.

1046.  Schaefer, David Lewis.  Illiberal Justice:  John Rawls vs the American Political Tradition.  Columbia and London:  University of Missouri Press, 2007.  Mr Schaefer is professor of Political Science at Holy Cross College.  Call number:  JC 574 S32 2007.

1047.  Scruton, Roger.  The Palgrave Macmillan Dictionary of Political Thought.  London:  Palgrave, 2007.  Mr Scruton is Research Professor at the Institute for Psychological Sciences in Arlington, VA.  Call number:  JA 61 S37 2007 Social Sciences Reference.

1048.  Starr, Paul.  Freedom’s Power:  The True Force of Liberalism. New York:  Basic Books, 2007.  Mr Starr is the winner of The Pulitzer Prize and a Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs at Princeton.  Call number:  JC 574 S73 2007.

1049.  Waldman, Sidney R.  America and the Limits of the Politics of Selfishness.  Lanham, MD:  Lexington Books, 2007.  Mr Waldman is Professor of Political Science at Haverford College.  Call number:  JK 468 E7 W35 2007.

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Urban Politics and Government

1063.  Pattillo, Mary.  Black on the Block:  The Politics of Race and Class in the City.  Chicago:  University of Chicago Press, 2007.  Ms Pattillo is Professor of Sociology and African American Studies at Northwestern University.  Call number:  F 548.68 N65 P37 2007.

1064.  Reynaert, Herwig, et al, eds.  Revolution or Renovation?  Reforming Local Politics in Europe.  Brugge:  Vanden Broele, 2005.  Mr Reynaert is Professor of Political Science at the University of Ghent.  Call number:  JS 3000 R49 2005.

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Women/Gender and Politics

1065.  Chamberlain, Ann.  A History of Women’s Seclusion in the Middle East:  The Veil in the Looking Glass.  Binghamton:  The Haworth Press, 2006.  Ms Chamberlin is a Salt Lake City-based writer. Call number:  HQ 1726.5 C45 2006.

1066.  Chambers, Veronica.  Kickboxing Geisha’s:  How Modern Japanese Women are Changing Their Nation.  New York:  Free Press, 2007.  Ms Chambers is a freelance journalist. Call number:  HQ 1762 C5 2007.

1067.  Cornwall, Andrea, Elizabeth Harrison, and Ann Whitehead, eds.  Feminisms [sic] in Development:  Contradictions, Contestations, and Challenges.  London:  Zed Books, 2007.  Mr Cornwall is Fellow of the Institute for Development Studies at the University of Sussex.  Ms Harrison is Senior Lecturer in Anthropology at the University of Sussex, where Ms Whitehead is Professor of Anthropology.  Call number:  HQ 1240 F463 2007.

1068.  Enloe, Cynthia.  Globalization and Militarism:  Feminists Make the Link.  Lanham:  Rowman and Littlefield, 2007.  Ms Enroe is Research Professor in the Department of International Development, Community, and Social change at Clark University.  Call number:  JZ 1318 E65 2007.

1069.  Gutierrez, Jose angel, Michelle Melendez, and Sonia Adriana Noyola.  Chicanas in Charge:  Texas Women in the Public Arena.  Lanham, MD:  Rowman and Littlefield, 2007.  Mr Gutierrez is Professor of Political Science and Founder of the Center for Mexican American Studies at the University of Texas at Arlington.  Ms Melendez is community services director at St Joseph Community Health in Albuquerque.  Ms Noyola is a government teacher at Moody High School in Corpus Christi.  Call number: HQ 1236.5 U6 G88 2007.

1070.  Hershatter, Gail.  Women in China’s Long Twentieth Century.  Berkeley:  University of California Press, 2007.  Mr Hershatter is Professor of History and Directory of the Institute for Humanities Research at the University of California at Santa Cruz.  Call number:  HQ 1767 H47 2007.

1071.  Holland, Jack.  Misogyny:  The World’s Oldest Prejudice.  New York:  Carroll and Graf, 2006.  The late Mr Holland was an Irish writer who passed away shortly after completing this manuscript.  Call number:  HQ 1237 H65 2006.

1072.  Sherman, Max.  Barbara Jordan:  Speaking the Truth with Eloquent Thunder.  Austin:  University of Texas Press, 2007.  Mr Sherman is Professor Emeritus and former Dean of the Lyndon B Johnson School of Public Affairs at the University of Texas at Austin.  Call number:  E 838.5 J6735 2007.

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