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Recent Acquisitions in Political Science

For the weeks ending 30 June 2007

Topics
African Politics, American Politics, Political History, and Political Biography, Arab/Islamic Studies, Asian Politics, Comparative Politics, Environmental, Social, and Public Policy, European Politics, Globalization, Higher Education and the Academy, Interdisciplinary, International Relations, Foreign Policy, and Security Studies, Iraq/Afganistan Wars, Latin American Politics, Middle East Politics, Political Anthropology, Political History and Biography, Political Economy, Political Psychology, Political Sociology, Political Theory and Philosophy, Public Policy, Urban Politics Government, and Women/Gender and Politics.

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African Politics

1084.  Ajayi, Adegboyega Isaac.  The Military and the Nigerian State, 1966-1993:  A Study in the Strategies of Political Power Control.  Trenton:  Africa World Press, 2007.  Mr Ajayi teaches history at the Adeyemi College of Education in Nigeria.  Call number:  DT 515.8 A545 2007.

1085.  Maloba WO.  African Women in Revolution.  Trenton:  Africa World Press, 2007.  Mr Maloba is Assistant Vice President for Affirmative Action and Multicultural Programs at the University of Delaware.  Call number:  HQ 1236.5 A35 M355 2007.

1086.  Mentan, Tatah.  Held Together by Pins:  Liberal Democracy under Siege in Africa.  Trenton:  Africa World Press, 2007.  Mr Mentan is Visitng Associate Professor of Political Science at the Institute for Global Studies at the University of Minnesota.  Call number:  JQ 1879 A15 M46 2007.

1087.  Uchendu, Egodi.  Women and Conflict in the Nigerian Civil War.  Trenton:  Africa World Press, 2007.  Ms Edendu is Lecturer in politics at the University of Nigeria.  Call number:  DT 515.836 U24 2007.

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American Politics, Political History, and Political Biography

1073.  Chung, Angie Y.  Legacies of Struggle:  Conflict and Cooperation in Korean American Politics.  Stanford:  Stanford University Press, 2007.  Ms Chung is Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Albany.  Call number:  E 184 K6 C53 2007.

1074.  Daniels, Cora.  Ghettonation:  A Journey into the Land of Bling and the Home of the Shameless.  New York:  Doubleday, 2007.  Ms Daniels is an award-winning journalist.  Call number:  HN 59.2 D33 2007.

1075.  Fleer, Jack D.  Governors Speak.  Lanham:  University Press of America, 2007.  Mr Fleer is Professor Emeritus of Political Science at Wake Forest University.  Call number:  JK 4151 F53 2007.

1076.  Hero, Rodney E.  Racial Diversity and Social Capital:  Equality and Community in America.  New York:  Cambridge University Press, 2007.  Mr Hero is Packey J Dee III Professor of American Democracy in the department of Political Science at the University of Notre Dame.  Call number:  HN 69.2 H474 2007.

1077.  Horn, Gerd-Rainer.  The Spirit of ’68:  Rebellion in Western Europe and North American, 1956-1970.  New York:  Oxford University press, 2007.  Ms Horn is Senior Lecturer in the Department of History at the University of Warwick.  Call number:  D 1053 H67 2007.

1078.  McCool, Daniel, Susan M Olson, and Jennifer L Robinson.  Native Vote:  American Indians, the Voting Rights Act, and the Right to Vote. Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 2007.  All 3 authors work at the University of Utah.  Call number:  E 91 M25 2007.

1079.  Pallitto, Robert M and William G Weaver.  Presidential Secrecy and the Law.  Baltimore:  The Johns Hopkins University Press, 2007.  Mr Pallitto is Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Texas at El Paso.  Mr Weaver is Associate Professor of Political Science and Director of the Academic Program at the University of El Paso’s Institute for Policy and Economic Development. Call number:  JK 468 S4 P35 2007.

1080.  Palmer, Bryan D.  James P Cannon and the Origins of the American Revolutionary Left, 1890-1928.  Urbana:  University of Illinois Press, 2007.  Mr Palmer holds the Canada Research Chair at Trent University.  Call number:  HX 84 C2 P35 2007.

1081.  Philpot, Tasha S.  Race, Republicans, and the Return of the Part of Lincoln.  Ann Arbor:  University of Michigan Press, 2007.  Part of The Politics of Race and Ethnicity series.  Ms Philpot is Assistant Professor of Government and African and African American Studies at the University of Texas at Austin.  Call number:  JK 2356 P47 2007.

1082.  Smith, Tony.  A Pact With the Devil:  Washington’s Bid for World Supremacy and the Betrayal of the American Promise.  New York:  Routledge, 2007.  Mr Smith holds the Cornelia M Jackson Chair in the Political Science Department of Tufts University.  Call number:  E 744 S59 2007.

1083.  Wattenberg, Martin P.  Is Voting for Young People?  New York:  Pearson, 2008.  Part of the Great Questions in Politics series.  Mr Wattenberg teaches at the University of California at Irvine.  Call number:  HQ 799 P6 W35 2008.

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Arab/Islamic Studies

1088.  Al-Ali, Nadje Sadig.  Iraqi Women:  Untold Stories from 1948 to the Present.  London:  Zed Books, 2007.  Ms Al-Ali is Senior Lecturer in Social Anthropology in the Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies at the University of Exeter.  Call number:  HQ 1735 A65 2007.

1089.  Carkoglu, Ali and Ersin Kalayeioglu.  Turkish Democracy Today:  Elections, Protest, and Stability in an Islamic Society.  London:  IB Taurus, 2007.  Mr Carkoglu is Associate Professor at the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Sabanei University.  Mr Kalayeioglu is Professor of Political Science and President of Isik University.  Call number:  DR 603 C37x 2007.

1090.  Faath, Sigrid, ed.  Anti-Americanism in the Islamic World.  Princeton:  Markus Wiener Publishers, 2006.  Ms Faath is Senior Lecturer in the Department of Political Science at the University of Hamburg.  Call number:  DS 35.74 U6 A58 2006.

1091.  Ismael, Jacqueline S and William W Haddad, eds.  Barriers to Reconciliation:  Case Studies on Iraq and the Palestine-Israel Conflict.  Lanham:  University Press of America, 2007.  Ms Ismael is Professor of Social Work at the University of Calgary.  Mr Haddad is Chair of the Department of History at  California State University at Fullerton.  Call number:  DS 561.9 U6 B37 2006.

1092.  Kisaichi, Masatoshi, ed.  Popular Movements and Democratization in the Islamic World.  Oxford:  Routledge, 2006.  Mr Kisaichi is Professor of Islamic Studies at the Institute of Asian culture at Sophia University in Tokyo.  Call number:  JQ 1852 A91 P66 2006.

1093.  Kovel, Joel.  Overcoming Zionism:  Creating a Single Democratic State in Israel/Palestine.  London:  Pluto Press, 2007.  Mr Kovel is an American journalist.  Call number:  DS 128.2 K68x 2007.

1094.  Laisram, Pallavi Pandit.  Viewing the Islamic Orient:  British Travel Writers of the Nineteenth Century.  New Delhi:  Routledge, 2006.  Ms Laisram teaches at Montgomery College in Maryland.  Call number:  DS 61.85  L35 2006.

1095.  Perwita, Anak Agung Banyu.  Indonesia and the Muslim World:  Islam and Secularism in the Foreign Policy of Soeharto and Beyond.  Copenhagen:  NIAS Press, 2007.  Mr Perwita is Senior Lecturer in the Department of International Relations at Parahyangan Catholic University in Indonesia.  Call number:  DS 644.4 P47 2007.

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Asian Politics

1096.  Chung, Angie Y.  Legacies of Struggle:  Conflict and Cooperation in Korean American Politics.  Stanford:  Stanford University Press, 2007.  Ms Chung is Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Albany.  Call number:  E 184 K6 C53 2007.

1097.  Connors,  Michael Kelly.  Democracy and National Identity in Thailand.  Copenhagen:  Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, 23007.  Mr Connors teaches politics at La Trobe University in Australia.  Call number:  DS 575 C66x 2007.

1097.  Creekmore, Marion, Jr.  A Moment of Crisis:  Jimmy Carter, the Power of a Peacemaker, and North Korea’s Nuclear Ambitions.  New York:  Public Affairs Books, 2007.  Mr Creekmore is Distinguished Visiting Professor of History and Political Science at Emory University.  Call number:  E 198.8 K7 C74 2006.

1098.  Edwards, Penny.  Cambodge:  The Cultivation of a Nation, 1860-1945.  Honolulu:  University of Hawaii Press, 2007.  Ms Edwards is Assistant Professor of Southeast Asian Studies at the University of California at Berkeley.  Call number:  DS 554.7 E39 2007.

1099.  Gill, Bates.  Rising Star:  China’s New Security Diplomacy.  Washington:  Brookings Institution, 2007.  Mr Gill is the Freeman Chair in China Studies at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.  Call number:  JZ 1734 G56 2007.

1100.  Hall, Mitchell K.  The Vietnam War.  Harlow (UK):  Pearson Education, 2007.  Part of the Seminar Studies in History series.  Mr Hall is Professor of History at Central Michigan University.  Call number:  DS 557.7 H32 2007.

1101.  Hasegawa, Tsuyoshi, ed.  The End of the Pacific War:  Reappraisals.  Stanford:  Stanford University Press, 2007.  Mr Hasegawa is Professor of Modern Russian and Soviet History at the University of California at Santa Barbara.  Call number:  D 813 J3 E64 2007.

1102.  Jager, Sheila Miyoshi and Raana Miller, eds.  Ruptured Histories:  War, Memory, and the Post-Cold War in Asia.  Cambridge:  Harvard University Press, 2007.  Ms Jager is Associate Professor of East Asian Studies at Oberlin College.  Ms Miller is University Lecturer in Modern Chinese History and Politics at the University of Oxford.  Call number:  DS 518.1 R67 2007.

1103.  Millward, James A.  Eurasian Crossroads:  A History of Xinjiang.  New York:  Columbia, 2007.  Mr Millward is Associate Professor of Intersocietal History at the Edmund Walsh School of foreign Service at Georgetown.  Call number:  DS 793 S62 M537 2007.

1104.  Murdock, Michael G.  Disarming the Allies of Imperialism:  The State, Agitation, and Manipulation During China’s Nationalist Revolution, 1922-1929.  Ithaca:  Cornell University Press, 2006.  Part of the Cornell East Asia Series.  Mr Murdock is Assistant Professor at Brigham Young University.  Call number:  DS 776.6 M87 2006.

1105.  Rai, Vinay.  Rethinking India:  Toward an Indo-US Partnership Accord:  Changing Hearts and Mindsets.  Delhi:  RF Publications, 2005.  Mr Rai is president of Rai University.  Call number:  E 183.8I4 R35x 2005.

1106.  Saaler, Sven and J Victor Koschmann, eds.  Pan-Asianism in Modern Japanese History:  Colonialism, Regionalism, and Borders.  London:  Routledge, 2007.  Mr Saaler is Associate Professor at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at the University of Tokyo.  Mr Koschmann is Professor of History at Cornell.  Call number:  DS 518.45 P36 2007.

1107.  Seekings, Donald M.  Burma and Japan Since 1940:  From “Co-Prosperity” to “Quite Dialogue”.  Copenhagen:  NIAS, 2007.  Part of the Nordic Institute of Asian Studies monograph series.  Mr Seekins is Professor of Southeast Asian Studies at Meio University in Okinawa.  Call number:  DS 528.8 J3 S44x 2007.

1108.  Shirk, Susan L.  China, Fragile Superpower:  How China’s Internal Politics Could Derail its Peaceful Rise.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 2007.  Ms Shirk is a former Deputy Assistant Secretary of State responsible for US relations with China and is the Director of the University of California’s Institute on global Conflict and Cooperation and professor at the UC San Diego’s School or International Relations and Pacific Studies.  Call number: JC 311 S525 2007.

1109.  Van Sant, John, Peter Mauch, and Yoneyuki Sugita.  Historical Dictionary of United States-Japan Relations.  Lanham:  Scarecrow Pres,  2007.  Mr Van Sant is Associate Professor of History at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.  Ms Mauch is a post-doctoral fellow at Kyoto University in Japan. Mr Sugita is Associate Professor of American History at Osaka University.  Call number:  E 183.8 J3 V36 2007 SOCIAL SCIENCES REFERENCE.

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Comparative Politics

1110.  Baubock, Rainer, Eva Ersboll, Kees Groenendijk, and Harold Waldrauch, eds.  Acquisitions and Loss of Nationality:  Volume 1:  Comparative Analyses.  Volume 2:  Country Analyses.  Amsterdam:  Amsterdam University Press, 2006.  Part of the Policies and Trends in European Countries series.  Mr Baubock is Senior Researcher at the Institute for European Integration Research at the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna.  Ms Ersboll is a researcher at the Danish Institute of Human Rights in Copenhagen.  Mr Groenendijk is Professor of Sociology of Law at Radboud University Nijmegen in The Netherlands.  Mr Waldrauch works for the Commonwealth Bank of Australia.  Call number:  JF 801 A27 2006.

1111.  Bohman, James.  Democracy Across Borders:  From Demos to Demoi.  Cambridge:  MIT Press, 2007.  Mr Bohman is Danforth Professor of Philosophy and Professor of International Studies at Saint Louis University.  Call number:  JC 423 B623 2007.

1112.  Bose, Sumantra.  Contested Lands:  Israel-Palestine, Kashmir, Bosnia, Cyprus, and Sri Lanka.  Cambridge:  Harvard University Press, 2007.  Mr Bose is Professor of International and Comparative Politics at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Call number:  JZ 5538 B67 2007.

1113.  Carkoglu, Ali and Ersin Kalayeioglu.  Turkish Democracy Today:  Elections, Protest, and Stability in an Islamic Society.  London:  IB Taurus, 2007.  Mr Carkoglu is Associate Professor at the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Sabanei University.  Mr Kalayeioglu is Professor of Political Science and President of Isik University.  Call number:  DR 603 C37x 2007.

1114.  Connors,  Michael Kelly.  Democracy and National Identity in Thailand.  Copenhagen:  Nordic Institute of Asian Studies, 23007.  Mr Connors teaches politics at La Trobe University in Australia.  Call number:  DS 575 C66x 2007.

1115.  Deveaux, Monique.  Gender and Justice in Multicultural Liberal States.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press, 2006.  Ms Deveaux is Associate Professor of Political science at Williams College in Massachusetts.  Call number:  HQ 1236 D48 2006.

1116.  Kisaichi, Masatoshi, ed.  Popular Movements and Democratization in the Islamic World.  Oxford:  Routledge, 2006.  Mr Kisaichi is Professor of Islamic Studies at the Institute of Asian culture at Sophia University in Tokyo.  Call number:  JQ 1852 A91 P66 2006.

1117.  Kovel, Joel.  Overcoming Zionism:  Creating a Single Democratic State in Israel/Palestine.  London:  Pluto Press, 2007.  Mr Kovel is an American journalist.  Call number:  DS 128.2 K68x 2007.

1118.  Sandbrook, Richard, Marc Edleman, Patrick Heller and Judith Teichman.  Social Democracy in the Global Periphery:  Origins, Challenges, Prospects.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 2007.  Mr Sandbrook is Professor of Political Science at the University of Toronto.  Mr Edelman is Professor of Anthropology at Hunter College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York.  Mr Heller is Associate Professor of Sociology at Brown University.  Ms Teichman is Professor Political Science at the University of Toronto.  Call number:  HX 40 S5784 2007.

1119.  Tilly, Charles.  Democracy.  New York:  Cambridge University Press, 2007.  Mr Tilly is Joseph L Buttenwiser Professor of Social Science at Columbia.  Call number:  JC 423 T5 2007.

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Environmental, Social, and Public Policy

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European Politics

1120.  Bahador, Babak.  The CNN Effect in Action:  How the News Media Pushed the West Toward War in Kosovo.  New York:  Palgrave, 2007.  Mr Bahador is Lecturer in the School of Political Science and Communication at the University of Canterbury. Call number:  DR 2087.6 P72 B34 2007.

1121.  Baubock, Rainer, Eva Ersboll, Kees Groenendijk, and Harold Waldrauch, eds.  Acquisitions and Loss of Nationality:  Volume 1:  Comparative Analyses.  Volume 2:  Country Analyses.  Amsterdam:  Amsterdam University Press, 2006.  Part of the Policies and Trends in European Countries series.  Mr Baubock is Senior Researcher at the Institute for European Integration Research at the Austrian Academy of Sciences in Vienna.  Ms Ersboll is a researcher at the Danish Institute of Human Rights in Copenhagen.  Mr Groenendijk is Professor of Sociology of Law at Radboud University Nijmegen in The Netherlands.  Mr Waldrauch works for the Commonwealth Bank of Australia.  Call number:  JF 801 A27 2006.

1122.  Carkoglu, Ali and Ersin Kalayeioglu.  Turkish Democracy Today:  Elections, Protest, and Stability in an Islamic Society.  London:  IB Taurus, 2007.  Mr Carkoglu is Associate Professor at the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Sabanei University.  Mr Kalayeioglu is Professor of Political Science and President of Isik University.  Call number:  DR 603 C37x 2007.

1123.  Chickering, Roger.  The Great War and Urban Life in Germany:  Freiburg, 1914-1918.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 2007.  Mr Chickering is Professor of History at the BMW Center for German and European Studies at Georgetown.  Call number:  DD 901 F87 c45 2007.

1124.  Cole, Laurence, ed.  Different Paths to the Nation:  Regional and National Identities in Central Europe and Italy, 1830-70.  Basingstoke:  Palgrave, 2007.  Mr Cole is Lecturer in Modern European History at the University of East Anglia.  Call number:  DAW 1048 D55 2007.

1125.  Gokturk, Deniz, David Gramling, and Anton Kaes, eds.  Germany in Transit:  Nation and Migration, 1955-2005.  Berkeley:  University of California Press, 2007.  The editors are all affiliated with the German Department University of California at Berkeley.  Call number:  DD 74 G47 2007.

1126.  Grant, Kevin, Philippa Levine, and Frank Trentmann, eds.  Beyond Sovereignty:  Britain, Empire, and Transnationalism, c.1880-1950.  Basingstoke:  Palgrave, 2007.  Mr Grant is Associate Professor of History at Hamilton College.  Ms Levine teaches at the University of Southern California.  Mr Trentmann is Professor of History at Birkbeck College, University of London.  Call number:  DA 16 B556 2007.

1127.  Halfin, Iagl.  Intimate Enemies:  Demonizing the Bolshevik Oppostiion, 1918-1928.  Pittsburgh:  University of Pittsburgh Press, 2007.  Mr Halfin is Professor of History at Tel Aviv University.  Call number:  HX 313 H34 2007.

1128.  Hamilton, Daniel S and Joseph P Quinlan, eds.  Deep Integration:  How Transatlantic Markets are Leading Globalization.  Brussels:  Center for European Policy Studies, 2005.  Mr Hamilton is the Richard von Weizsacher Professor and Director of the Center for Transatlantic Relations at the Paul H Nitze School of Advanced International Studies at The Johns Hopkins University, where Mr Quinlan is a Fellow.  Call number:  JZ 1318 D44x 2005.

1129.  Horn, Gerd-Rainer.  The Spirit of ’68:  Rebellion in Western Europe and North American, 1956-1970.  New York:  Oxford University press, 2007.  Ms Horn is Senior Lecturer in the Department of History at the University of Warwick.  Call number:  D 1053 H67 2007.

1130.  Kabasakal Arat, Zehra F, ed.  Human Rights in Turkey.  Ms Arat is Juanita and Joseph Leff Distinguished Professor of Political Science and Women’s Studies at Purchase College of the State University of New York.  Call number:  JC 599 T87 H83 2007.Kearney, Hugh F.  Ireland:  Contested Ideas of Nationalism and History.  New York:  New York University Press, 2007.  Mr Kearney is Amundson Professor Emeritus at the University of Pittsburgh.  Call number:  DA 913 K43 2007.

1131.  Klingemann, Hans-Dieter, ed.  The State of Political Science in Western Europe.  Opladen:  Barbara Budrich Publishers, 2007.  Mr Klinemann is Professor at Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin fur Socialforschung.  Call number:  JA 84 E9 S73 2007.

1132.  Kohler-Koch, Beate and Berthold Rittberger, eds.  Debating the Democratic Legitimacy of the European Union.  Lanham:  Rowman and Littlefield, 2007.  Ms Kohler-Koch holds the Jean Monnet Chair for European Integration at the University of Manheim.  Ms Rittberger is Chair of the Political Science and Contemporary History, also at the University of Mannheim.  Call number:  JN 30 D415 2007.

1133.  Kurthen, Hermann, Antonio V Menendez-Alarcon, and Stefan Immerfall, eds.  Safeguarding German-American Relations in the New Century:  Understanding and Accepting Mutual Differences.  Lanham:  Lexington Books, 2007.  Mr Kurthen is Associate Professor of Sociology at Grand Valley State University.  Mr Menendez-Alarcon is Associate Professor of Sociology at Butler University.  Mr Immerfall is Professor of Sociology at Schwaebisch Gmuend University.  Call number:  E 183.8  G3 S24 2007.

1134.  Olsen, Johan P.  Europe in Search of Political Order:  An Institutional Perspective on Unity/Diversity, Citizens/Their Helpers, democratic Design/Historical Drift, and the co-existence of Orders.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press, 2007.  Mr Olsen is Professor and Director of Research at the ARENA Center for European Studies at the University of Oslo.  Call number:  JN 15 O47 2007.

1135.  Port, Andrew I.  Conflict and Stability in the German Democratic Republic.  New York:  Cambridge University Press, 2007.  Mr Port is Assistant Professor of History at Wayne State University.  Call number:  DD 901 S12 P67 2007.

1136.  Rosanvallon, Pierre.  The Demands of Liberty:  Civil Society in France Since the Revolution.  Cambridge:  Harvard University Press, 2007.  Translated by Arthur Goldhammer.  Mr Rosanvallon is Professor of Political History at the College de France.  Call number:  DC 252 R6413 2007.

1137.  Sarkozy, Nicolas.  Testimony:  France in the Twenty-first Century.  New York:  Pantheon books, 2007.  Mr Sarkosy is President of France.  Call number:  DC 424 S274 2007.

1138.  Stevens, Carol B.  Russia’s Wars of Emergence, 1460-1730.  New York:  Pearson Longman, 2007.  Ms Stevens is Associate Professor at Colgate University.  Call number:  DK 51 S65 2007.

1139.  Trepanier, Lee.  Political Symbols in Russian History:  Church, State, and the Quest for Order and Justice.  Lanham:  Lexington Books, 2007.  Mr Trepanier is Assistant Professor of Political Science at Saginaw Valley State University.  Call number:  DK 61 T74 2007.

1140.  Zaborowksi, Marcin, ed.  Friends Again?  EU-US Relations After the Crisis.  Paris:  Institute for European Security, 2006.  Mr Zaborowksi is a Research Fellow at the EU Institute for Security Studies.  Call number:  D 1065 U5 F75x 2006.

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Globalization

1141.  Hamilton, Daniel S and Joseph P Quinlan, eds.  Deep Integration:  How Transatlantic Markets are Leading Globalization.  Brussels:  Center for European Policy Studies, 2005.  Mr Hamilton is the Richard von Weizsacher Professor and Director of the Center for Transatlantic Relations at the Paul H Nitze School of Advanced International Studies at The Johns Hopkins University, where Mr Quinlan is a Fellow.  Call number:  JZ 1318 D44x 2005.

1142.  Sandbrook, Richard, Marc Edleman, Patrick Heller and Judith Teichman.  Social Democracy in the Global Periphery:  Origins, Challenges, Prospects.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 2007.  Mr Sandbrook is Professor of Political Science at the University of Toronto.  Mr Edelman is Professor of Anthropology at Hunter College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York.  Mr Heller is Associate Professor of Sociology at Brown University.  Ms Teichman is Professor Political Science at the University of Toronto.  Call number:  HX 40 S5784 2007.

1143.  Weinstock, Daniel, ed.  Global Justice, Global Institutions.  Calgary:  University of Calgary Press, 2007.  A special issue of the Canadian Journal of Philosophy.  Mr Weinstock holds the Canada Research Council Chair in Ethics and Political Philosophy in the Department of Philosophy at the University of Montreal.  Call number:  JC 578 G563 2007.

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Higher Education and the Academy

1144.  Douglass, John Aubrey.  The Conditions of Admission:  Access, Equity, and the Social Contract of Public Universities.  Stanford:  Stanford University Press, 2007.  Mr Douglass is Senior Research Fellow in Public Policy and Higher Education at the Center for Studies in Higher Education at the University of California at Berkeley.  Call number:  LB 2351.2 D68 2007.

1146.  Klingemann, Hans-Dieter, ed.  The State of Political Science in Western Europe.  Opladen:  Barbara Budrich Publishers, 2007.  Mr Klinemann is Professor at Wissenschaftszentrum Berlin fur Socialforschung.  Call number:  JA 84 E9 S73 2007.

1147.  Soares, Joseph A.  The Power of Privilege:  Yale and America’s Elite Colleges.  Stanford:  Stanford University Press, 2007.  Mr Soares is Associate Professor of Sociology at Wake Forest University.  Call number:  LB 2351.2 S63 2007.

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Interdisciplinary

1148.  Sanford, Stefanie.  Civic Life in the Information Age. New York:  Palgrave, 2007.  New York:  Palgrave, 2007.  Ms Sanford is a newly-minted PhD.  Call number:  HQ 799.7 S225 2007.

1149.  Harvey, Sylvia, ed.  Trading Culture:  Global Traffic and Local culture in Film and Television.  Eastleigh (UK):  John Libby Publishing, 2006.  Ms Harvey is Professor of Broadcasting Policy and Co-Director of the Center for Media Policy, Regulation, and Ethics at the University of Lincoln (UK).  Call number:  HM 621 T73 2006.

1150.  Morgan, Diane and Gary Banham, eds.  Cosmopolitics and the Emergence of a Future.  New York:  Palgrave, 2007.  Ms Morgan is Lecturaer in cultural Studies in the School of Fine Art at the University of Leeds.  Mr Banham is Reader in Transcendental Philosophy at Manchester Metropolitan University in Manchester.  Call number:  JA 1308 C69 2007.

1151.  Perrow, Charles.  The Next Catastrophe:  Reducing our Vulnerabilities to Natural, Industrial, and Terrorist Disasters.  Princeton:  Princeton University Press, 2007.  Mr Perrow is Professor Emeritus of Sociology at Yale.  Call number:  HV 551.3 P45 2007.

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International Relations, Foreign Policy, and Security Studies

1152.  Bahador, Babak.  The CNN Effect in Action:  How the News Media Pushed the West Toward War in Kosovo.  New York:  Palgrave, 2007.  Mr Bahador is Lecturer in the School of Political Science and Communication at the University of Canterbury. Call number:  DR 2087.6 P72 B34 2007.

1153.  Bose, Sumantra.  Contested Lands:  Israel-Palestine, Kashmir, Bosnia, Cyprus, and Sri Lanka.  Cambridge:  Harvard University Press, 2007.  Mr Bose is Professor of International and Comparative Politics at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Call number:  JZ 5538 B67 2007.

1154.  Butler, Clark, ed.  Guantanamo Bay and the Judicial-Moral Treatment of The Other.  West Lafayette:  Purdue University Press, 2007.  Mr Butler is Professor of Philosophy at Purdue.  Call number:  HV 6432 G825 2007.

1155.  Carmichael, Scott W.  True Believer:  Inside the Investigation and Capture of Ana Montes, Cuba’s Master Spy.  Annapolis:  Naval Institute Press, 2007.  Mr Carmichael is the senior security and counterintelligence investigator for the DIA, and served as lead case agent for the DIA in the Montes case.  Call number:  UB 271 C92 M65 2007.

1156.  Creekmore, Marion, Jr.  A Moment of Crisis:  Jimmy Carter, the Power of a Peacemaker, and North Korea’s Nuclear Ambitions.  New York:  Public Affairs Books, 2007.  Mr Creekmore is Distinguished Visiting Professor of History and Political Science at Emory University.  Call number:  E 198.8 K7 C74 2006.

1157.  Gill, Bates.  Rising Star:  China’s New Security Diplomacy.  Washington:  Brookings Institution, 2007.  Mr Gill is the Freeman Chair in China Studies at the Center for Strategic and International Studies.  Call number:  JZ 1734 G56 2007.

1158.  Guney, Nursin Atesoglu, ed.  Contentious Issues of Security and the Future of Turkey.  Aldershot:  Ashgate, 2007.  Mr Guney teaches at the Yidiz Technical University in Turkey.  Call number:  DR 477 C67 2007.

1159.  Ismael, Jacqueline S and William W Haddad, eds.  Barriers to Reconciliation:  Case Studies on Iraq and the Palestine-Israel Conflict.  Lanham:  University Press of America, 2007.  Ms Ismael is Professor of Social Work at the University of Calgary.  Mr Haddad is Chair of the Department of History at  California State University at Fullerton.  Call number:  DS 561.9 U6 B37 2006.

1160.  Kreutz, Andrej.  Russia in the Middle East: Friend or Foe?  Westport:  Praeger Security International, 2007.  Mr Kreutz teaches political Science and international relations at the University of Calgary and at Mount Royal College.  Call number:  DS 63.2 R9 K74 2007.

1161.  Lia, Brynjar.  Globalisation [sic] and the Future of Terrorism:  Patterns and Predictions.  London:  Routledge, 2005.  Mr Lia is Senior Researcher at the Norwegian Defense Establishment.  Call number:  HV 6431 L498 2005.

1162.  Lukacs, John.  George Kennan:  a Study in Character.  New Haven:  Yale University Press, 2007.  Mr Lukacs is a British Historian.  Call number:  E 748 K3 L84 2007.

1163.  Miller, Jon and Rahul Kumar, eds.  Reparations:  Interdisciplinary Inquiries.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press, 2007.  Mr Miller is Assistant Professor in the Department of Philosophy at Queen’s University, where Mr Kumar is Associate Professor.  Call number:  JC 578 R464 2007.

1164.  Perwita, Anak Agung Banyu.  Indonesia and the Muslim World:  Islam and Secularism in the Foreign Policy of Soeharto and Beyond.  Copenhagen:  NIAS Press, 2007.  Mr Perwita is Senior Lecturer in the Department of International Relations at Parahyangan Catholic University in Indonesia.  Call number:  DS 644.4 P47 2007.

1165.  Seybolt, Taylor B.  Humanitarian Military Intervention:  The Conditions for Success and Failure.  Oxford:  SIPRI/Oxford University Press, 2007.  No info on author.  Call number: JZ 6369 S49 2007.

1166.  Smith, Tony.  A Pact With the Devil:  Washington’s Bid for World Supremacy and the Betrayal of the American Promise.  New York:  Routledge, 2007.  Mr Smith holds the Cornelia M Jackson Chair in the Political Science Department of Tufts University.  Call number:  E 744 S59 2007.

1167.  Zaum,  Diminik.  The Sovereign Paradox:  The Norms and Politics of International Statebuilding.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press, 2007.  Mr Zaum is Lecturer in International Relations at Reading University in the UK.  Call number:  JZ 6300 Z38 2007.

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Iraq/Afghanistan Wars

1168.  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.

1169.  Butler, Clark, ed.  Guantanamo Bay and the Judicial-Moral Treatment of The Other.  West Lafayette:  Purdue University Press, 2007.  Mr Butler is Professor of Philosophy at Purdue.  Call number:  HV 6432 G825 2007.

1170.  Cardosa, Amy V, ed.  Iraq at the Crossroads.  New York:  Nova Science, 2007.  No info on editor.  Call number:  DS 79.769 I732 2007.

1171.  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.

1172.  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.

1173.  Herring, Eric and Glen Rangwala.  Iraq in Fragments:  The Occupation and its Legacy.  Ithaca:  Cornell University Press, 2006.  Mr Herring is Senior Lecturer in International Politics at the University of Bristol.  Mr Rangwala is a lecturer in politics at the University of Cambridge.  Call number:  DS 79.76 H46446 2006.

1174.  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.

1175.  Olson, Colonel Kim (USAF ret).   Iraq and Back:  Inside the War to Win the Peace.  Annapolis:  Naval Institute Press, 2006.  Ms Olson was part of the USAF’s first generation of female pilots, and is a lecturer on leadership.  Call number:  DS 79.76 O47 2006.
 
1176.  Raddatz,Martha.  The Long Road Home:  A Story of War and Family.  New York:  Putnam, 2007.  Ms Raddatz is chief White House correspondent for ABC News.  Call number:  DS 79.76 R33 2007.

1177.  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.

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Latin American Politics

1178.  Carmichael, Scott W.  True Believer:  Inside the Investigation and Capture of Ana Montes, Cuba’s Master Spy.  Annapolis:  Naval Institute Press, 2007.  Mr Carmichael is the senior security and counterintelligence investigator for the DIA, and served as lead case agent for the DIA in the Montes case.  Call number:  UB 271 C92 M65 2007.

1179.  Youngers, Colleta A and Eileen Rosin, eds.  Drugs and Democracy in Latin America:  The Impact of US Policy.  Boulder:  Lynne Rienner, 2004.  Ms Youngers is a Senior Fellow at WOLA and Ms Rosin is a former activist who has worked with the UN in Guatemala.  Call number:  HV 5840 L3 D77 2004.

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Middle East Politics

1180.  Ismael, Jacqueline S and William W Haddad, eds.  Barriers to Reconciliation:  Case Studies on Iraq and the Palestine-Israel Conflict.  Lanham:  University Press of America, 2007.  Ms Ismael is Professor of Social Work at the University of Calgary.  Mr Haddad is Chair of the Department of History at  California State University at Fullerton.  Call number:  DS 561.9 U6 B37 2006.

1181.  Kovel, Joel.  Overcoming Zionism:  Creating a Single Democratic State in Israel/Palestine.  London:  Pluto Press, 2007.  Mr Kovel is an American journalist.  Call number;  DS 128.2 K68x 2007.

1182.  Kreutz, Andrej.  Russia in the Middle East: Friend or Foe?  Westport:  Praeger Security International, 2007.  Mr Kreutz teaches political Science and international relations at the University of Calgary and at Mount Royal College.  Call number:  DS 63.2 R9 K74 2007.

1183.  Mufti, Admire R.  Enlightenment in the Colony:  The Jewish Question and the Crisis of Postcolonial Culture.  Princeton:  Princeton University Press, 2007.  Mr Mufti is Associate Professor of Comparative Literature at the University of California at Los Angeles.  Call number:  DS 428.2 M82 2007.

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Political Anthropology

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Political History and Political Biography

1184.  Adams, Michael.  Napoleon and Russia.  London:  Hambledon Continuum, 2007.  Mr Adams has an earned PhD from King’s College, University of London and is an independent scholar.  Call number:  DC 235 A33x 2006.

1185.  Bankier, David, ed.  Secret Intelligence and the Holocaust:  Collected Essays from the Colloquium at the City University of New York.  New York:  Enigma books, 2006.  No info on editor.  Call number:  D 810 S7 C65 2006.

1186.  Boussahba-Bravard, Myriam, ed.  Suffrage Outside Suffragism:  Women’s Vote in Britain, 1880-1914.  Basingstoke:  Palgrave, 2007.  Ms Boussahba-Bravard is Maitre de Conferences in British Studies at the University of Rouen.  Call number:  JN 979 S86 2007.

1187.  Chickering, Roger.  The Great War and Urban Life in Germany:  Freiburg, 1914-1918.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 2007.  Mr Chickering is Professor of History at the BMW Center for German and European Studies at Georgetown.  Call number:  DD 901 F87 c45 2007.

1188.  Cole, Laurence, ed.  Different Paths to the Nation:  Regional and National Identities in Central Europe and Italy, 1830-70.  Basingstoke:  Palgrave, 2007.  Mr Cole is Lecturer in Modern European History at the University of East Anglia.  Call number:  DAW 1048 D55 2007.

1189.  Cunningham, Sean.  Henry VII.  Mr Cunningham is Keeper of Public Records at the National Archives in Britain.  Call number:  DA 330 C86 2007.

1190.  Downie, Fiona.  She is But a Woman:  Queenship in Scotland, 1424-1463.  Edinburgh:  John Donald, 2007.  Ms Downie is Research Manager at the University of Melbourne.  Call number:  DA 758.3 S8 D69 2006.

1191.  Eby, Cecil D.  Comrades and Commissars:  The Lincoln Battalion in the Spanish Civil War.  University Park:  Penn State University Press, 2007.  Mr Eby is a retired English professor from the University of Michigan.  Call number:  DP 269.47 A46 E29 2007.

1192.  Goebel, Stefan.  The Great War and Medieval Memory:  War, Remembrance, and Medievalism in Britain and Germany, 1914-1940.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 2007.  Mr Goebels is Lecturer in Modern British History at the University of Kent at Canterbury and Visiting Fellow at the Institute of Historical Research in London.  Call number:  D 524.7 G7 G64 2007.

1193.  Grant, Kevin, Philippa Levine, and Frank Trentmann, eds.  Beyond Sovereignty:  Britain, Empire, and Transnationalism, c.1880-1950.  Basingstoke:  Palgrave, 2007.  Mr Grant is Associate Professor of History at Hamilton College.  Ms Levine teaches at the University of Southern California.  Mr Trentmann is Professor of History at Birkbeck College, University of London.  Call number:  DA 16 B556 2007.

1194.  Hagedorn, Ann.  Savage Peace:  Hope and Fear in America, 1919.  New York:  Simon and Schuster, 2007.  Ms Hagedorn is a journalist.  Call number:  E 766 H34 2007.

1195.  Hall, Mitchell K.  The Vietnam War.  Harlow (UK):  Pearson Education, 2007.  Part of the Seminar Studies in History series.  Mr Hall is Professor of History at Central Michigan University.  Call number:  DS 557.7 H32 2007.

1196.  Laisram, Pallavi Pandit.  Viewing the Islamic Orient:  British Travel Writers of the Nineteenth Century.  New Delhi:  Routledge, 2006.  Ms Laisram teaches at Montgomery College in Maryland.  Call number:  DS 61.85  L35 2006.

1197.  Lukacs, John.  George Kennan:  a Study in Character.  New Haven:  Yale University Press, 2007.  Mr Lukacs is a British Historian.  Call number:  E 748 K3 L84 2007.

1198.  Saaler, Sven and J Victor Koschmann, eds.  Pan-Asianism in Modern Japanese History:  Colonialism, Regionalism, and Borders.  London:  Routledge, 2007.  Mr Saaler is Associate Professor at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at the University of Tokyo.  Mr Koschmann is Professor of History at Cornell.  Call number:  DS 518.45 P36 2007.

1199.  Stevens, Carol B.  Russia’s Wars of Emergence, 1460-1730.  New York:  Pearson Longman, 2007.  Ms Stevens is Associate Professor at Colgate University.  Call number:  DK 51 S65 2007.

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Political Economy

Hall, Mitchell K.  The Vietnam War.  Harlow (UK):  Pearson Education, 2007.  Part of the Seminar Studies in History series.  Mr Hall is Professor of History at Central Michigan University.  Call number:  DS 557.7 H32 2007.

Saaler, Sven and J Victor Koschmann, eds.  Pan-Asianism in Modern Japanese History:  Colonialism, Regionalism, and Borders.  London:  Routledge, 2007.  Mr Saaler is Associate Professor at the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences at the University of Tokyo.  Mr Koschmann is Professor of History at Cornell.  Call number:  DS 518.45 P36 2007.

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Political Psychology

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Political Sociology

1205.  James, Lawrence.  The Middle Class:  A History.  London:  Little, Brown, 2007.  Mr James is a UK-based writer.  Call number:  HT 690 G7 J36 2006.

1206.  Sandbrook, Richard, Marc Edleman, Patrick Heller and Judith Teichman.  Social Democracy in the Global Periphery:  Origins, Challenges, Prospects.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 2007.  Mr Sandbrook is Professor of Political Science at the University of Toronto.  Mr Edelman is Professor of Anthropology at Hunter College and the Graduate Center, City University of New York.  Mr Heller is Associate Professor of Sociology at Brown University.  Ms Teichman is Professor Political Science at the University of Toronto.  Call number:  HX 40 S5784 2007.

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Political Theory and Philosophy .

1200.  Bohman, James.  Democracy Across Borders:  From Demos to Demoi.  Cambridge:  MIT Press, 2007.  Mr Bohman is Danforth Professor of Philosophy and Professor of International Studies at Saint Louis University.  Call number:  JC 423 B623 2007.

1201.  Foner, Eric and Manning Marable, eds.  Herbert Aptheker on Race and Democracy:  a Reader.  Urbana and Chicago:  University of Illinois Press, 2006.  Mr Foner is DeWitt Clinton Professor of History at Columbia University.  Mr Marable is Professor of History at Columbia.  Call number:  E 185 A615 2006.

1202.  Sassower, Raphael.  Popper’s Legacy:  Rethinking Politics, Economics, and Science.  Montreal/Kingston:  McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2006.  Mr Sassower is Professor and Chair of Philosophy at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.  Call number:  JC 257 P662 S223x 2006.

1203.  Simmons, A John.  Political Philosophy.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 2008.  Part of the Fundamentals of Philosophy series.  Mr Simmons is Commonwealth Professor of Philosophy and Professor of Law at the University of Virginia.  Call number:  JA 71 s476 2008.

1204.  Tilly, Charles.  Democracy.  New York:  Cambridge University Press, 2007.  Mr Tilly is Joseph L Buttenwiser Professor of Social Science at Columbia.  Call number:  JC 423 T5 2007.

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Public Policy

1207.  Fuller, Bruce.  Standardized Childhood:  The Political and Cultural Struggle over Early Education. Stanford:  Stanford University Press, 2007.  Mr Fuller is Professor of Education and Public Policy at the University of California at Berkeley.  Call number:  LB 1140.23 F85 2007.

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Urban Politics and Government

1208.  Orr, Marion, ed.  Transforming the City:  Community Organizing and the Challenge of Political Change.  Lawrence:  University Press of Kansas, 2007.  Ms Orr is Fred Lippitt Professor of Public Policy and Professor of Political Science and Urban Studies at Brown university.  Call number:  HN 90 C6 T684 2007.

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Women/Gender and Politics

1209.  Al-Ali, Nadje Sadig.  Iraqi Women:  Untold Stories from 1948 to the Present.  London:  Zed Books, 2007.  Ms Al-Ali is Senior Lecturer in Social Anthropology in the Institute of Arab and Islamic Studies at the University of Exeter.  Call number:  HQ 1735 A65 2007.

1210.  Boussahba-Bravard, Myriam, ed.  Suffrage Outside Suffragism:  Women’s Vote in Britain, 1880-1914.  Basingstoke:  Palgrave, 2007.  Ms Boussahba-Bravard is Maitre de Conferences in British Studies at the University of Rouen.  Call number:  JN 979 S86 2007.

1211.  Deveaux, Monique.  Gender and Justice in Multicultural Liberal States.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press, 2006.  Ms Deveaux is Associate Professor of Political science at Williams College in Massachusetts.  Call number:  HQ 1236 D48 2006.

1212.  Downie, Fiona.  She is But a Woman:  Queenship in Scotland, 1424-1463.  Edinburgh:  John Donald, 2007.  Ms Downie is Research Manager at the University of Melbourne.  Call number:  DA 758.3 S8 D69 2006.

1213.  Evans, Suzanne.  Mothers of Heroes, Mothers of Martyrs:  World War I and the Politics of Grief.  Montreal-Kingston:  McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2007.  Ms Evans holds a PhD in religious studies and is an independent scholar.  Call number:  JZ 6405 W66 E93 2007.

1214.  Janda, Sarah Eppler.  Beloved Women:  The Political Lives of LaDonna Harris and Wilma Mankiller.  DeKalb:  Northern Illinois University Press, 2007.  Ms Janda is Assistant Professor of History at Cameron University.  Call number:  E 98 W8 J36 2007.

1215.  Maloba WO.  African Women in Revolution.  Trenton:  Africa World Press, 2007.  Mr Maloba is Assistant Vice President for Affirmative Action and Multicultural Programs at the University of Delaware.  Call number:  HQ 1236.5 A35 M355 2007.

1216.  Orr, Deborah, et al, eds.  Feminist Politics:  Identity, Difference, and Agency.  Lanham:  Rowman and Littlefield, 2007.  Ms Orr is Professor of Philosophy in the division of Humanities at York University.  Call number:  HQ 1190 F46311 2007.

1217.  Stark, Evan.  Coercive Control:  How Men Entrap Women in Personal Life.  New York:  Oxford University Press, 2007.  Mr Stark is the founder of one of the first women’s shelters in America, and teaches public administration at the Rutgers School of Public Affairs and Administration, and chairs the Department of Urban Health Administration, also at Rutgers.  Call number:  HV 6626.2 S67 2007.

1218.  Uchendu, Egodi.  Women and Conflict in the Nigerian Civil War.  Trenton:  Africa World Press, 2007.  Ms Edendu is Lecturer in politics at the University of Nigeria.  Call number:  DT 515.836 U24 2007.

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