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Recent Acquisitions in Political Science

For the weeks ending 31 August 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, the Academy, and the Discipline , Interdisciplinary, International Relations and World Politics, Iraq/Afganistan Wars, Islam, 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

1232.  Basedau, Matthias, Gero Erdmann, and Andreas Mehler, eds.  Votes, Money, and Violence:  Political Parties and Elections in Sub-Saharan Africa.  Uppsala:  Nordiska Afrikainstitutet, 2007.  Mr Basedau and Mr Erdmann are political scientists and Senior Research Fellows at the Institute of African Affairs in their Berlin office.  Mr Mehler is Director of the Institute of African Affairs at the German Institute of Global and Area studies in Hamburg.  Call number:  JQ 1879 A5 V68x 2007.

1232.  Falola, Toyin and Niyi Afolabi, eds.  The Human Cost of African Migrations.  New York:  Routledge, 2007.  Mr Falola is a Univeristy Distinguished Teaching Professor at the University of Austin at Texas.  Call number:  JV 8790 H86 2007.

1233.  Mr Afolabi teaches in the WEB DuBois Department of Afro-American [sic] Studies at the University of Massachusetts.  Miles, William SF, ed.  Political Islam in West Africa:  State-Society Relations Transformed.  Boulder:  Lynne Rienner, 2007.  Mr Miles is Professor of Political Science at Northeastern University.  Call number:  JQ 3360 P65 2007.

1234.  Turner, Thomas.  The Congo Wars:  Conflict, Myth, and Reality.  London: Zed Books, 2007.  Mr Turner teaches at Virginia Commonwealth University.  Call number:  DT 658.26 T87 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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Asian Politics

1240.  Hook, Glenn D and Hugo Dobson, eds.  Global Governance and Japan:  The Institutional Architecture.  Oxford:  Routledge, 2007.  Mr Hook is Professor of Japanese Politics and International Relations and Director of the Graduate School of East Asian Studies at the University of Sheffield.  Mr Dobson also works at eh University of Sheffield and at the National Institute of Japanese Studies in the UK.  Call number:  JZ 1745 G58 2007.

1241.  Kazuhiro, Takii.  The Meiji Constitution:  The Japanese Experience of the West and the Shaping of the Modern State.  Translated by David Noble.  Tokyo:  International House of Japan, 2007.  Call number:  KNX 2101 T3713 2007.

1232.  Meisner, Maurice.  Mao Zedong.  Malden:  Polity Press, 2007.  Part of the Political Profiles series.   Mr Meisner is Harvey Goldberg Emeritus Professor of History at the University of Wisconsin at Madison.  Call number:  DS 778 M3 M457 2007.

1243.  Moody, Peter.  Conservative Thought in Contemporary China.  Lanham:  Lexington Books, 2007.  Mr Moody is Professor of Political Science at the University of Notre Dame.  Call number:  JC 53.2 C6 M66 2007.

1244.  Tambini, Anthony J.  Wiring Vietnam:  The Electronic Wall.  Lanham:  Scarecrow Press, 2007. Mr Tambini is a retired aerospace technician. Call number:  DS 559.8 M44 T35 2007.

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Comparative Politics

1245.  Asgharazadeh, Alireza.  Iran and the Challenge of Diversity:  Islamic Fundamentalism, Aryanist Racism, and Democratic Struggles.  New York:  Palgrave, 2007.  Mr Asgharazadeh teaches sociology at York University in Canada.  Call number:  DS 268 A75 2007.

1246.  Barker, Rodney.  Making Enemies.  Basingstoke:  Palgrave, 2007.  Mr Barker is Professor of Government at the London School of Economics and Political Science.  Call number:  JA 71 B335 2007.

1247.  Birch, Anthony H.  The Concepts and Theories of Modern Democracy.  3rd ed.  Oxford:  Routledge, 2007.  Mr Birch is Emeritus Professor at the University of Victoria in Canada.  Call number:  JC 423 B56 2007.

1248.  Dahlberg, Lincoln and Eugenia Siapera, eds.  Radical Democracy and the Internet:  Interrogating Theory and Practice.  Basingstoke:  Palgrave, 2007.  Mr Dahlberg is Research Fellow in the School of Journalism and Communications at the University of Queensland.  Ms Siapera teaches Media and Communication at the University of Leicester.  Call number:  HM 851 R35 2007.

1249.  DiCaprio, Lisa.  The Origins of the Welfare State:  Women, Work, and the French Revolution.  Urbana and Chicago:  University of Illinois Press, 2007.  Ms DiCaprio teaches at Rutgers.  Call number:  DC 158.8 D55 2007.

1250.  Fialkova, Larisa and Maria N Yelenevskaya.  Ex-Soviets in Israel:  From Personal Narratives to a Group Portrait.  Detroit:  Wayne State University press, 2007.  Ms Fialkova is Senior Researchers in the Department of Hebrew and Comparative Literature at the University of Haifa; Ms Yelenevskaya is a senior teaching fellow in the Department of Humanities and Arts at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa.  Call number:  GR 98 F525 23007.

1251.  Kozolanka, Kirsten.  The Power of Persuasion:  The Politics of the New Right in Ontario.  Montreal:  Black Rose Books, 2007.  Ms Kozolanka teaches journalism and mass marketing at Carleton University.  Call number:  JC 573.2 C2 K69x 2007.

1252.  Strolovitch, Dara S.  Affirmative Advocacy:  Race, Class, and Gender in Interest Group Politics.  Chicago:  University of Chicago Press, 2007.  Ms Strolovitch is Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Minnesota.  Call number:  JK 1118 S78 2007.

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Environmental, Social, and Public Policy

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European Politics

1253.  DiCaprio, Lisa.  The Origins of the Welfare State:  Women, Work, and the French Revolution.  Urbana and Chicago:  University of Illinois Press, 2007.  Ms DiCaprio teaches at Rutgers.  Call number:  DC 158.8 D55 2007.

1254.  McDonough, Frank.  The Conservative Party and Anglo-German Relations, 1905-1914.  Basingstoke:  Palgrave, 2007.   Mr McDonough is Reader in International History at Liverpool John Moores University.  Call number:  DA 47.2 M258 2007.

1255.  Phinnemore, David, ed.  The EU and Romania:  Accession and Beyond.  London:  The Federal Trust, 2007.  Mr Phinnemore is Senior Lecturer in European Integration and Jean Monnet chair of European Political Integration at the School of Politics, International studies, and Philosophy at Queen’s University, Belfast.  Call number:  D 1065 R6 E9x 2006.

1256.  Tanner, Duncan, et al, eds.  Debating Nationhood and Governance in Britain, 1885-1945.  Manchester:  Manchester University Press, 2006.  Mr Tanner is Professor of History at the University of Wales Bangor.  Call number:  JN 329 D43 D33 2006.

1257.  Wring, Dominic, et al, eds.  Political Communications.  The General Election Campaign of 2005.  Basingstoke:  Palgrave, 2007.  Mr Wring is Senior Lecturer in Communication and Media Studies at Loughborough University.  Call number:  JN 956 P653 2007.

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Globalization

1258.  Hook, Glenn D and Hugo Dobson, eds.  Global Governance and Japan:  The Institutional Architecture.  Oxford:  Routledge, 2007.  Mr Hook is Professor of Japanese Politics and International Relations and Director of the Graduate School of East Asian Studies at the University of Sheffield.  Mr Dobson also works at eh University of Sheffield and at the National Institute of Japanese Studies in the UK.  Call number:  JZ 1745 G58 2007.

1259.  Pieterse, Jan Nederveen.  Ethnicities and Global Multiculture:  Pants for an Octopus.  Lanham:  Rowman and Littlefield, 2007.  Mr Pieterse is professor of Sociology at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.  Call number:  HM 1271 N46 2007.

1260.  Vij, Ritu, ed.  Globalization and Welfare:  a Critical Reader.  Basingstoke:  Palgrave, 2007.  Part of the International Political Economy series.  Ms Vij is Lecturer in the Department of Politics and International Relations at the University of Aberdeen.  Call number:  JC 479 G58 2007.

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Higher Education, the Academy, and the Discipline

1261.  Boud, David and Nancy Falchikov, eds.  Rethinking Assessment in Higher Education:  Learning for the Longer Term.  New York:  Routledge, 2007.  Mr Boud is Professor of Adult Education at the University of Technology in Sydney, Australia.  Ms Falchikov is a psychologist and Research Fellow at the University of Edinburgh.  Call number:  LB 2368 R47 2007.

1262.  Gilde, Christian, ed.  Higher Education:  Open for Business.  Lanham:  Lexington Books, 2007.  Mr Gilde is a teaching and research associate at the University of Bath in the UK.  Call number:  LB 2342 H492 2007.

1263.  Massy, William f, Steven W Graham, and Paula Myrick Short.  Academic Quality Work:  A Handbook for Improvement.  Bolton:  Anker Publishing.  Mr Massy is president of the Jackson Hole Higher Education Group and Professor Emeritus at Stanford University.  Mr Graham is associate vice president for academic affairs and Director of the President’s academic Leadership Institute at the University of Missouri.  Ms Short is Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs for the Tennessee Board of Regents.  Call number:  LB 2322.2 M37 2007.

1264.  McKinney, Kathleen.  Enhancing Learning Through the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning:  The Joys of Juggling.  Bolton:  Anker Publishing, 2007.  Ms McKinney is Professor of Sociology and Cross Endowed Chair in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning at Illinois State University.  Call number:  LB 2326.3 M34 2007.

1265.  Mishra, Punya, Matthew J Koehler, and Young Zhao, eds.  Faculty Development by Design:  Integrating Technology in Higher Education.  Charlotte:  Information Age Publishing, 2007.  All of the editors teach at Michigan State University.  Call number:  LB 2395.7 F32 2007.

1266.   White, Patricia Clark, Thomas R Harvey, and Lawrence Kemper.  The Politically Intelligence Leaders:  Dealing with the Dilemmas of a High-stakes Educational Environment.  Lanham:  Rowman and Little Field, 2007.  Ms White has been a  superintendent of 3 California school districts.  Mr Harvey has been Dean of Organizational Leadership at the University of La Verne.  Mr Kemper has been a member of the Association of California School Administrators.  Call number:  LB 2801 A2 W45 2007.

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Interdisciplinary

1267.  Harvey, Jennifer.  Whiteness and Morality:  Pursuing Racial Justice Through Reparations and Sovereignty.  Basingstoke:  Palgrave, 2007.  No info on author.  All number:  E 184 A1 H3528 2007.

1268.  Trachtenberg, Alan.  The Incorporating of America:  Culture and Society in the Gilded Age.  New York:  Hill and Wang, 2007.  25th Anniversary edition.  Mr Trachtenberg is Neil Gray Jr Professor Emeritus of English and American Studies at Yale.  Call number:  E 169.1 T72 2007.

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International Relations and World Politics

1269.  Abuza, Zachary.  Political Islam and Violence in Indonesia.  New York:  Routledge, 2007.  Mr Abuza is Associate Professor of Political Science at Simmons College.  Call number:  DS 644.5 A275 2007.

1270.  Achcar, Gilbert and Micahel Warschawski.  The 33-Day War:  Israel’s War on Hezbollah in Lebanon and its Consequences.  Boulder:  Paradigm Press, 2007.  Mr Achcar teaches international politics at the University of Paris.  Mr Warschawski is founder of the Alternative Information Center in Jerusalem.  Call number:  DS 87.65 A24 2007.

1271.  Barker, Rodney.  Making Enemies.  Basingstoke:  Palgrave, 2007.  Mr Barker is Professor of Government at the London School of Economics and Political Science.  Call number:  JA 71 B335 2007.

1272.  Barsamian, David.  Targeting Iran.  San Francisco:  City Lights Books, 2007.  Mr Barsamian is founder and director of Alternative Radio.  Call number:  E 183.8 I55 B38 2007.

1273.  Brown, M Anne, ed.  Security and Development in the Pacific Islands:  Social Resilience in Emerging States.  Boulder:  Lynne Rienner, 2007.  Ms Brown is a research fellow at the Australian Center for Peace and Conflict Studies at the University of Queensland.  Call number:  JQ 5995 S43 2007.

1274.  Chomsky, Noam.  Interventions.  San Francisco:  City Lights Books, 2007.  Mr Chomsky has taught linguistics at MIT for more than 50 years.  Call number:  E 902 C476 2007.

1275.  Dombroski, Kenneth R.  Peacekeeping in the Middle East as an International Regime.  New York:  Routledge, 2007.  Part of the Studies in International Relations series.  No info on author.  Call number:  DS 119.76 D66 2007.

1276.  Dutton, Donald G.  The Psychology of Genocide, Massacres, and Extreme Violence:  Why ‘Normal’ People Come to Commit Atrocities.  Westport:  Praeger Security International, 2007.  Mr Dutton is Professor of Psychology at the University of British Columbia.  Call number:  HM 116 D88 2007.

1277.  Engel, Jeffrey A.  Cold War at 30,000 feet:  The Anglo-American Fight for Aviation Supremacy.  Cambridge:  Harvard University press, 2007.  Mr Engle teaches at the University of Wisconsin. Call number:  E 183.8 G7 E49 2007.

1278.  Etzioni, Amitai.  Security First for a Muscular, Moral Foreign Policy.  New Haven:  Yale University Press, 2007.  Mr Etzioni is Professor of International Relations at The George Washington University.  Call number: JZ 5588 E86 2007.

1279.  Florin, Ann, ed.  The Right to Know:  Transparency for an Open World.  Foreword by Joseph E Stiglitz.  New York:  Columbia University Press, 2007.  Ms Florin is the founding director of the Center on Asia and globalization at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy at the National University of Singapore.  Call number:  JC 598 R547 2007.

1280.  Friel, Howard and Richard Falk.  Israel-Palestine On Record:  How the New York Times Misreport Conflict in the Middle East.  London:  Verso, 2007.  Mr Friel is a British writer and Mr Falk is Distinguished Visiting Professor of Global Studies at the University of California at Santa Barbara.  Call number: DS 119.76  F75x 2007.

1281.  Holmes, Stephen.  The Matador’s Cape:  America’s Reckless Response to Terror.  New York:  Cambridge University Press, 2007.  Mr Holmes is currently research director at the Centre on Law and Security at New York University School of Law.  Call number:  HV 6432 H653 2007.

1282.  Jones, Rhys.  People/State/Territories.  Oxford:  Blackwell, 2007.  Mr Jones is Reader in Human geography at the University of Wales.  Call number:  JN 309 J66 2007.

1283.  Kaufman, Robert G.  In Defense of the Bush Doctrine.  Lexington:  University of Kentucky Press, 2007.  Mr Kaufman is Professor of Public Policy at Pepperdine University.  Call number:  E 902 K385 2007.

1284.  Lando, Barry M.  Web of Deceit:  The History of Western Complicity in Iraq, from Churchill to Kennedy to George W Bush.  New York:  Other Press, 2007.  Mr Lando is a freelance journalist.  Call number:  DS 70.95 L36 2007.

1285.  Lindley, Dan.  Promoting Peace with Information:  Transparency as a Tool of Security Regimes.  Princeton:  Princeton University Press, 2007.  Mr Findley is Assistant Professor of Political Science and a Fellow at the Joan Kroc Institute for International Peace Studies at the University of Notre Dame.  Call number:  JC 598 L56 2007.

1286.  Morton, Adam David.  Unravelling Gramsci:  Hegemony and Passive Revolution in Global Economy.  London:  Pluto Press, 2007.  Mr Morton is a Senior Lecturer and Fellow of the Center for the Study of Social and Global Justice in the School of Politics and International Relations at the University of Nottingham.  Call number:  HX 289.7 G73 M67x 2007.

1287.  Oberschall, Anthony.  Conflict and Peace Building in Divided Societies:  Responses to Ethnic Violence.  New York:  Routledge, 2007.  Mr Obserschall is an emeritus professor at the University of North Carolina.  Call number:  JZ 5538 O24 2007.

1288.  Pritchard, Charles L.  Failed Diplomacy:  The Tragic Story of How North Korea Got the Bomb.  Washington:  Brookings, 2007.  Mr Pritchard is a former US ambassador to the DPRK and is currently president of the Korea Economic Institute.  Call number:  JZ 675 P75 2007.

1289.  Quigley, John.  The Ruses for War:  American Interventionism Since World War II.  Amherst:  Prometheus Books, 2007.  Mr Quigley is President’s Club Professor of Law at the Michael E Moritz College of Law at The Ohio State University.  Call number:  E 744 Q54 2007.

1290.  Soetendorp, Ben.  The Dynamics of Israeli-Palestinian Relations:  Theory, History, and Cases.  New York:  Palgrave, 2007.  Mr Soetendorp is Associate Professor of International Relations in the Department of Political Science at Leyden University in Holland.  Call number:  DS 119.7 S64 2007.

1291.  Williams, Paul L.  The Day of Islam:  The Annihilation of American and the Western World.  Amherst:  Prometheus Books, 2007.  Mr Williams is an independent scholar and an adjunct professor of humanities at the University of Scranton.  Call number:  HV 6432.5 Q2 W547 2007.

1292.  Wise, Harold Lee.  Inside the Danger Zone:  The US Military in the Persian Gulf, 1987-1988.  Annapolis:  Naval Institute Press, 2007. Mr Wise is an adjunct history professor at Elizabeth City State University in North Carolina.  Call number:  DS 318.85 W57 2007.

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Iraq/Afghanistan Wars

1293.  Gardner, Lloyd C and Marilyn B Young, eds.  Iraq and the Lessons of Vietnam:  Or, How NOT to Learn from the Past.  New York:  New Press, 2007.  Mr Gardner is Research Professor of History at Rutgers and Ms Young is Professor of History at New York University.  Call number:  DS 79.76 I7253 2007.

1294.  Heazle, Michael and Iyanatul Islam, eds.  Beyond the Iraq War:  The Promises, Pitfalls, and Perils of External Intervention.  Northampton:  Edward Elgar, 2006.   Mr Heazle is Research Fellow with the Griffith Asia Institute at Griffith University.  Mr Islam is Professor of International Business in the Department of International Business at Griffith University in Australia.  Call number:  E 183.8 I57 B49 2006.

1295.  Kaufman, Robert G.  In Defense of the Bush Doctrine.  Lexington:  University of Kentucky Press, 2007.  Mr Kaufman is Professor of Public Policy at Pepperdine University.  Call number:  E 902 K385 2007.

1296.  Lando, Barry M.  Web of Deceit:  The History of Western Complicity in Iraq, from Churchill to Kennedy to George W Bush.  New York:  Other Press, 2007.  Mr Lando is a freelance journalist.  Call number:  DS 70.95 L36 2007.

1297.  Wise, Harold Lee.  Inside the Danger Zone:  The US Military in the Persian Gulf, 1987-1988.  Annapolis:  Naval Institute Press, 2007. Mr Wise is an adjunct history professor at Elizabeth City State University in North Carolina.  Call number:  DS 318.85 W57 2007.

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Islam

1298.  Abuza, Zachary.  Political Islam and Violence in Indonesia.  New York:  Routledge, 2007.  Mr Abuza is Associate Professor of Political Science at Simmons College.  Call number:  DS 644.5 A275 2007.

1299.  Aksan, Virginia H.  Ottoman Wars, 1700-1870:  An Empire Besieged.  Harlow:  Pearson Longman, 2007.  Ms Aksan is Associate Professor of History at McMaster University.  Call number:  DR 542 A37 2007.

1300.  Asgharazadeh, Alireza.  Iran and the Challenge of Diversity:  Islamic Fundamentalism, Aryanist Racism, and Democratic Struggles.  New York:  Palgrave, 2007.  Mr Asgharzadeh teaches sociology at York University in Canada.  Call number:  DS 268 A75 2007.

1301.  Lassner, Jacob and S Ilan Troen.  Jews and Muslims in the Arab World:  Haunted by Pasts Real and Imagined.  Lanham:  Rowman and Littlefield, 2007.  Mr Lassner is Philip M and Ethel Klutznick Professor of Jewish Civilization in the Department of History and Religion at Northwestern.  Mr Troen is the Karl, Harry and Helen Stott chair in Israel Studies at Brandeis and the Sam and Anna Lopin Professor in Modern History emeritus at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.  Call number:  DS 119.7 L33 2007.

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Latin American Politics

1302.  Chomsky, Aviva.  “They Take Our Jobs!”  and 20 Other Myths about Immigration.  Boston:  Beacon Press, 2007.  Ms Chomsky is Professor of History and Coordinator of Latin American Studies at Salem State College.  Call number:  JV 6455 C48 2007.

1303.  Foss, Clive.  Fidel Castro.  Gloucestershire:  Sutton Publishing, 2005.  Mr Foss teaches history at Georgetown University.  Call number:  F1788.22 C3 F67x 2006.

1304.  Lowy, Michael.  The Marxism of Che Guevera:  Philosophy, Economics, Revolutionary Warfare.  2nd edition.  Lanham:  Rowman and Littlefield, 2007.  Mr Lowy is Research director Emeritus of Sociology at the Centre Nationale de la Rechercher Scientifique and guest lecturer at the Ecole Etudes en Sciences Sociales.  Call number:  F 2849.22 G83 L613 2007.

1305.  Munck, Gerardo L, ed.  Regimes and Democracy in Latin America:  Theories and Methods.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press, 2007.  Part of the Oxford Studies in Democratization series.  Mr Munck is Associate Professor in the School of International Relations at the University of Southern California.  Call number:  JL 966 R3833 2007.

1306.  O’Brien, Thomas F.  Making of the Americas:  The United States and Latin America from the Age of Revolutions to the Era of Globalization.  Albuquerque:  University of New Mexico Press, 2007.  Mr O’Brien is Professor of History at the University of Houston.   Call number:  F 1408.3 O27 2007.

1307.  Stephen, Lynn.  Transborder Lives:  Indigenous Oaxacans in Mexico, California, and Oregon.  Durham:  Duke University Press, 2007.  Ms Stephen is Distinguished Professor of Anthropology at the University of Oregon.  Call number:  F1210.1 O11 S74 2007.

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Middle East Politics

1308.  Achcar, Gilbert and Micahel Warschawski.  The 33-Day War:  Israel’s War on Hezbollah in Lebanon and its Consequences.  Boulder:  Paradigm Press, 2007.  Mr Achcar teaches international politics at the University of Paris.  Mr Warschawski is founder of the Alternative Information Center in Jerusalem.  Call number:  DS 87.65 A24 2007.

1309.  Amimi, Eitan Y.  Israeli Politics and the First Palestinian Intifada:  Political Opportunities, Framing Processes, and Contentious Politics.  New York:  Routledge, 2007.  Part of the Routledge Studies in Middle Eastern Politics series.  Mr Alimi teaches on contentious politics, conflict resolution, and social movements in the Political Science Department at Hebrew University and at the School of Political Sciences at the University of Haifa.  Call number:  DS 119.75 A445 2007.

1310.  Bar-Joseph, Uri.  The Watchman Fell Asleep:  The Surprise of Yom Kippur and its Sources.  Albany:  State University Press of New York Press, 2005.  Mr Bar-Joseph is Professor of International Relations at Haifa University.  Call number:  DS 128.1 B33613 2005.

1311.  Dombroski, Kenneth R.  Peacekeeping in the Middle East as an International Regime.  New York:  Routledge, 2007.  Part of the Studies in International Relations series.  No info on author.  Call number:  DS 119.76 D66 2007.

1314.  Feldenstein, Ariel L.  Ben-Gurion, Zionism, and American Jewry, 1948-1963.  New York:  Routledge, 2007.  Part of the Israeli History, Politics, and Society series.  Mr Feldenstein is Director of Academic Administration at Sapir College in Israel.  Call number:  DS 125.3 B37 F4513 2006.

1315.  Friel, Howard and Richard Falk.  Israel-Palestine On Record:  How the New York Times Misreport Conflict in the Middle East.  London:  Verso, 2007.  Mr Friel is a British writer and Mr Falk is Distinguished Visiting Professor of Global Studies at the University of California at Santa Barbara.  Call number: DS 119.76  F75x 2007.

1316.  Khalili, Laleh.  Heroes and Martyrs of Palestine:  The Politics of National Commemoration.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 2007.  Mr Khalili is Lecturer in Politics at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London.  Call number:  DS 113.6 K37 2007.
Laquer, Walter.  Dying for Jerusalem:  The Past, Present, and future of the Holiest City.  Naperville:  Sourcebooks, 2006.  Mr Laquer has taught at several universities.  Call number:  DS 109.9 L325 2006.

1317.  Lassner, Jacob and S Ilan Troen.  Jews and Muslims in the Arab World:  Haunted by Pasts Real and Imagined.  Lanham:  Rowman and Littlefield, 2007.  Mr Lassner is Philip M and Ethel Klutznick Professor of Jewish Civilization in the Department of History and Religion at Northwestern.  Mr Troen is the Karl, Harry and Helen Stott chair in Israel Studies at Brandeis and the Sam and Anna Lopin Professor in Modern History emeritus at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.  Call number:  DS 119.7 L33 2007.

1318.  Marcus, Amy Dockser.  Jerusalem 1913:  The Origins of the Arab-Israeli Conflict.  New York:  Viking, 2007.  Ms Marcus is a reporter for the Wall Street JournalCall number:  DS 119.7 M2935 2007.

1319.  Qassem, Naim.  Hizbullah:  The Story From Wtihin.  London:  SAQI, 2005.  The author is a founding member of Hizbullah, and currently serves as its Deptuy-Secretary General.  Call number:  JQ 1828 H6264 2005.

1320.  Soetendorp, Ben.  The Dynamics of Israeli-Palestinian Relations:  Theory, History, and Cases.  New York:  Palgrave, 2007.  Mr Soetendorp is Associate Professor of International Relations in the Department of Political Science at Leyden University in Holland.  Call number:  DS 119.7 S64 2007.

1321.  Williams, Paul L.  The Day of Islam:  The Annihilation of American and the Western World.  Amherst:  Prometheus Books, 2007.  Mr Williams is an independent scholar and an adjunct professor of humanities at the University of Scranton.  Call number:  HV 6432.5 Q2 W547 2007.

1322.  Phillips, Anne.  Multiculturalism without Culture.  Princeton:  Princeton University Press, 2007.  Ms Phillips is Professor of Political and Gender Theory at the London School of Economics and Political Science.  Call number:  HQ 1161 P452 2007.

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Political Anthropology

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Political Economy

1323.  DiCaprio, Lisa.  The Origins of the Welfare State:  Women, Work, and the French Revolution.  Urbana and Chicago:  University of Illinois Press, 2007.  Ms DiCaprio teaches at Rutgers.  Call number:  DC 158.8 D55 2007.

1324.  Morton, Adam David.  Unravelling Gramsci:  Hegemony and Passive Revolution in Global Economy.  London:  Pluto Press, 2007.  Mr Morton is a Senior Lecturer and Fellow of the Center for the Study of Social and Global Justice in the School of Politics and International Relations at the University of Nottingham.  Call number:  HX 289.7 G73 M67x 2007.

1325.  Vij, Ritu, ed.  Globalization and Welfare:  a Critical Reader.  Basingstoke:  Palgrave, 2007.  Part of the International Political Economy series.  Ms Vij is Lecturer in the Department of Politics and International Relations at the University of Aberdeen.  Call number:  JC 479 G58 2007.

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Political History and Political Biography

1326.  Aksan, Virginia H.  Ottoman Wars, 1700-1870:  An Empire Besieged.  Harlow:  Pearson Longman, 2007.  Ms Aksan is Associate Professor of History at McMaster University.  Call number:  DR 542 A37 2007.

1327.  Atabaki, Touraj, ed.  The State and the Subaltern:  Modernization, Society, and the State in Turkey and Iran.  London:  IB Tauris, 2007.  Mr Atabaki is Professor of social History of the Middle East and Central Asia at Leiden University in Holland.  Call number:  HN 656 A8 S83x 2007.

1328.  Ayton, Mel.  The Forgotten Terrorist:  Sirhan Sirhan and the Assassination of Robert F Kennedy.  Washington:  Potomac Books, 2007.  Mr Ayton is a former Fulbright teacher and headmaster who lives in County Durham, England.  Call number:  E 840.8 K4 A98 2007.

1329.  Budgen, Sebastian, Stathis Kouvelakis, and Slavel Zizek, eds.  Lenin Reloaded:  Towards a Politics of Truth.  Durham:  Duke University Press, 2007.  Mr Budgen is a member of the editorial board of the journal Historical Materialism.  Mr Kouvelakis teaches political theory at King’s College, London.  Mr Zizwek is Senior Researcher at the Institute for Social Studies in Ljubljana, Slovenia.  Call number:  HX 73 L423 2007.

1330.  Davies, Peter.  The Debate on the French Revolution.  Manchester:  Manchester University Press, 2006.  Mr Davies is Senior Lecturer in Modern European History at the University of Huddersfield.  Call number:  DC 147.8D38x 2006. 

1331.  DiCaprio, Lisa.  The Origins of the Welfare State:  Women, Work, and the French Revolution.  Urbana and Chicago:  University of Illinois Press, 2007.  Ms DiCaprio teaches at Rutgers.  Call number:  DC 158.8 D55 2007.

1332.  Ennals, Richard.  From Slavery to Citizenship.  London:  Wily, 2007.  Mr Ennals is Professor at Kingston Business School in London.  Call number:  HT 861 E56 2007.

1333.  Feldenstein, Ariel L.  Ben-Gurion, Zionism, and American Jewry, 1948-1963.  New York:  Routledge, 2007.  Part of the Israeli History, Politics, and Society series.  Mr Feldenstein is Director of Academic Administration at Sapir College in Israel.  Call number:  DS 125.3 B37 F4513 2006.

1334.  Fell, Alison S and Ingrid Sharp, eds.  The Women’s Movement in Wartime:  International Perspectives, 1914-1919.  Basingstoke:  Palgrave, 2007.  Ms Fell teaches at Lancaster University and Ms Sharp teaches at the University of Leeds.  Call number:  D 639 W7 W654 2007.

1335.  Foss, Clive.  Fidel Castro.  Gloucestershire:  Sutton Publishing, 2005.  Mr Foss teaches history at Georgetown University.  Call number:  F1788.22 C3 F67x 2006.

1335.  Friel, Howard and Richard Falk.  Israel-Palestine On Record:  How the New York Times Misreport Conflict in the Middle East.  London:  Verso, 2007.  Mr Friel is a British writer and Mr Falk is Distinguished Visiting Professor of Global Studies at the University of California at Santa Barbara.  Call number: DS 119.76  F75x 2007.

1336.  Goldstone, Nancy.  Four Queens:  The Provencal Sisters Who Ruled Europe.  New York:  Viking, 2007.  Ms Goldtstone is an independent scholar.  Call number:  D115 G66 2007.

1337.  MacPherson, Anne S.  From Colony to Nation:  Women Activists and the Gendering of Politics in Belize, 1912-1982.  Lincoln:  University of Nebraska Press, 2007.  Ms MacPherson is Associate Professor of History at the State University of New York at Brockport.  Call number:  HQ 1236.5 B42 M33 2007.

1338.  McDonough, Frank.  The Conservative Party and Anglo-German Relations, 1905-1914.  Basingstoke:  Palgrave, 2007.   Mr McDonough is Reader in International History at Liverpool John Moores University.  Call number:  DA 47.2 M258 2007.

1339.  Meisner, Maurice.  Mao Zedong.  Malden:  Polity Press, 2007.  Part of the Political Profiles series.   Mr Meisner is Harvey Goldberg Emeritus Professor of History at the University of Wisconsin at Madison.  Call number:  DS 778 M3 M457 2007.

1340.  Perry, Mark.  Partners in Command:  George Marshall and Dwight Eisenhower in War and Peace.  New York:  Penguin Press, 2007.  Mr Perry is a New York-based writer.  Call number:  D768 P476 2007.

1341.  Tambini, Anthony J.  Wiring Vietnam:  The Electronic Wall.  Lanham:  Scarecrow Press, 2007. Mr Tambini is a retired aerospace technician. Call number:  DS 559.8 M44 T35 2007.

1342.  Tanner, Duncan, et al, eds.  Debating Nationhood and Governance in Britain, 1885-1945.  Manchester:  Manchester University Press, 2006.  Mr Tanner is Professor of History at the University of Wales Bangor.  Call number:  JN 329 D43 D33 2006.

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Political Psychology

1350.  Dutton, Donald G.  The Psychology of Genocide, Massacres, and Extreme Violence:  Why ‘Normal’ People Come to Commit Atrocities.  Westport:  Praeger Security International, 2007.  Mr Dutton is Professor of Psychology at the University of British Columbia.  Call number:  HM 116 D88 2007.

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Political Sociology

1351.  Atabaki, Touraj, ed.  The State and the Subaltern:  Modernization, Society, and the State in Turkey and Iran.  London:  IB Tauris, 2007.  Mr Atabaki is Professor of social History of the Middle East and Central Asia at Leiden University in Holland.  Call number:  HN 656 A8 S83x 2007.

1352.  Dahlberg, Lincoln and Eugenia Siapera, eds.  Radical Democracy and the Internet:  Interrogating Theory and Practice.  Basingstoke:  Palgrave, 2007.  Mr Dahlberg is Research Fellow in the School of Journalism and Communications at the University of Queensland.  Ms Siapera teaches Media and Communication at the University of Leicester.  Call number:  HM 851 R35 2007.

1353.  Du Bois, William and R Dean Wright.  Politics in the Human Interest:  Applying Sociology in the Real World.  Lanham:  Lexington Books, 2007.  Mr Du Bois is Assistant Professor of Sociology at Southwest Minnesota State University.  Mr Wright is Ellis and Nellie Levitt Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Sociology at Drake University.  Call number:  HN 29.5 D85 2007.

1354.  Dworkin, Dennis.  Class Struggles:  History, Concepts, Theories, and Practices.  Harlow:  Pearson Educational, 2007.  Mr Dworkin is Associate Professor of History at the University of Nevada.  Call number:  HT 609 D86 2007.

1355.  Henrich, Natalie and Jospeh Henrich.  Why Humans Cooperate:  A Cultural and Evolutionary Explanation.  Oxford:  Oxford University Press, 2007.  Ms Henrich is Assistant Profess at the University of British Columbia and Mr Henrich is Canada Research Chair in Culture, Cognition, and Evolution, and Associate Professor of Psychology and Economics at the University of British Columbia.  Call number:  HM 1106 M44 2007. 

1356.  Leavy, Patricia.  Iconic Events:  Media, Politics, and Power in Retelling History.  Lanham:  Lexington books, 2007.  Ms Leavy is Assistant Professor in the Department of sociology and Criminology and Director of the Gender Studies Program at Stonehill College in Massachusetts.  Call number:  HM 1027 U6 L43 2007.

1357.  Massey, Douglas S.  Categorically Unequal:  The American Stratification System.  New York:  Russell Sage Foundation, 2007.  Mr Massey is Henry G Bryant Professor of Sociology and Public Affairs at the Woodrow Wilson School and president of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.  Call  number:  HN 90 S6 M36 2007.

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Political Theory and Philosophy

1343.  Ferrari, GRF, ed.  The Cambridge Companion to Plato’s Republic.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 2007.  Mr Ferrari is Professor o0f Classics at the University of California at Berkeley.  Call number:  JC 71 P6 C36 2007.

1344.  Goodwin, Barbara.  Using Political Ideas.  5th ed.  West Sussex:  Wiley, 2007.  Ms Goodwin teaches in the School of Political, International, and Social Studies at the University of East Anglia.  Call number:  JA 71 G66 2007.

1345.  Jones, Campbell and Rene ten Bos, eds.  Philosophy and Organization.  Oxford:  Routledge, 2007.  Mr Jones is director of the Center for Philosophy and Political Economy at the University of Leicester School of Management.  Mr ten Bos is Professor of Philosophy and Organizational theory at Radboud University in Holland.  Call number:  HM 786 P45 2007.

1346.  Jumonville, Neil and Kevin Mattson, eds.  Liberalism for a New Century.  Foreword by EJ Dionne.  Berkeley:  University of California Press, 2007.  Mr Jumonville is William Warren Rogers Professor of History at Florida State University.  Mr Mattson is Connor Study Professor of Contemporary History at Ohio State University.  Mr Dionne is a syndicate columnist with the Washington Post, a senior Fellow in the governance Studies Program at the Brookings Institution, and University Professor in the foundations of Democracy and Culture at Georgetown University. Call number:  JC 574.2 U6 L535 2007.

1347.  McBride, Keally.  Punishment and Political Order.  Ann Arbor:  University of Michigan Press, 2007.  Part of the Law, Meaning, and Violence series.  Ms McBride is Assistant Professor of Politics at the University of San Francisco.  Call number:  HV 7419 M398 2007.

1348.  Moseley, Alexander.  An Introduction to Political Philosophy.  London:  Continuum, 2007.  Mr Moseley runs a private educational service and is one of the editors of the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.  Call number:  JA 71 M68x 2007.

1349.  Paul, Ellen Frankel, Fred D Miller, Jr, and Jeffrey Paul, eds.  Liberalism:  Old and New.  Cambridge:  Cambridge University Press, 2007.  No info on eds.  Call number:  JC 574 L5199 2007.

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Public Policy

1358.  Blacker, David J.  Democratic Education Stretched Thin:  How Community Challenges a Liberal Ideal.  Albany:  State University of New York Press, 2007.  Mr Blacker is Professor of Philosophy of Education and Legal Studies at the University of Delaware.  Call number:  LB14.7 B56 2007.
Ike, Roberto Marie.  Advocacy Coalition and Welfare Policy:  Analyzing Coalition Consensus.  Lanham:  University Press of America, 2007.  Mr Ike is Assistant Professor of Business at Lincoln University.  Call number:  HN 39 U6 I54 2007.

1359.  Cummings, Paul F.  Two Americas, Two Educations:  Funding Quality Schools for All Students.  Los Angeles:  Red Hen press, 2007.  Mr Cummins is founder of Crossroads School for Arts and Sciences.  Call number:  LB 2825 C86x 2006.

1360.  DiCaprio, Lisa.  The Origins of the Welfare State:  Women, Work, and the French Revolution.  Urbana and Chicago:  University of Illinois Press, 2007.  Ms DiCaprio teaches at Rutgers.  Call number:  DC 158.8 D55 2007.

1361.  Gardner, Roy, Jo Cairns and Denis Lawton, eds.  Faith Schools:  Consensus or Conflict?  London:  Routledge, 2005.   Mr Gardner is Coordinator of Advanced Short Courses, Institute of Education at the University of London.  Ms Cairns was formerly Head of Religious Education also at the Institute of Education, and Mr Lawton is Emeritus Professor of Education at the University of London. Call number:  JC 116 G7 F35 2005.

1362.  McBride, Keally.  Punishment and Political Order.  Ann Arbor:  University of Michigan Press, 2007.  Part of the Law, Meaning, and Violence series.  Ms McBride is Assistant Professor of Politics at the University of San Francisco.  Call number:  HV 7419 M398 2007.

1363.  Rodriguez, Gloria M and R Anthony Rolle, eds.  To What Ends and by What Means?  The Social Justice Implications of Contemporary School Finance Theory and Policy.  New York:  Routledge, 2007.  Ms Rodriguez is Assistant Professor of Education at the University of California at Davis.  Mr Rolle is Associate Professor of Education Administration and Human Resources Development at Texas A&M University.  Call number:  LC 66 T6 2007.

1364.  White, Patricia Clark, Thomas R Harvey, and Lawrence Kemper.  The Politically Intelligence Leaders:  Dealing with the Dilemmas of a High-stakes Educational Environment.  Lanham:  Rowman and Little Field, 2007.  Ms White has been a  superintendent of 3 California school districts.  Mr Harvey has been Dean of Organizational Leadership at the University of La Verne.  Mr Kemper has been a member of the Association of California School Administrators.  Call number:  LB 2801 A2 W45 2007.

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Urban Politics and Government

1365.  Legg, Stephen.  Spaces of Colonialism:  Delhi’s Urban Governmentalities. Oxford:  Blackwell, 2007.  Mr Legg lectures at the University of Nottingham.  Call number:  DS 486 D3 L37 2007.

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Women/Gender and Politics

1366.  DiCaprio, Lisa.  The Origins of the Welfare State:  Women, Work, and the French Revolution.  Urbana and Chicago:  University of Illinois Press, 2007.  Ms DiCaprio teaches at Rutgers.  Call number:  DC 158.8 D55 2007.

1367.  Fedorova, Mascha and Willem-Jan van der Wolf, eds.  The United Nations and the Protection of the Rights of Women, 1945-1984.  Volume 1.    Niemegen:  Wolf Legal Publishers, 2005.  No info on editors.  Call number:  HQ 1236 U62 2005.

1368.  Fell, Alison S and Ingrid Sharp, eds.  The Women’s Movement in Wartime:  International Perspectives, 1914-1919.  Basingstoke:  Palgrave, 2007.  Ms Fell teaches at Lancaster University and Ms Sharp teaches at the University of Leeds.  Call number:  D 639 W7 W654 2007.

1369.  MacPherson, Anne S.  From Colony to Nation:  Women Activists and the Gendering of Politics in Belize, 1912-1982.  Lincoln:  University of Nebraska Press, 2007.  Ms MacPherson is Associate Professor of History at the State University of New York at Brockport.  Call number:  HQ 1236.5 B42 M33 2007.

1370.  Moghadam, Valentine M, ed.  From Patriarchy to Empowerment:  Women’s Participation, Movements, and Rights in the Middle East, North Africa, and South Asia.  Syracuse:  Syracuse University Press, 2007.  Ms Moghadam is Professor of Sociology and Women’s Studies and Director of the Women’s Studies Program at Purdue.  Call number:  HQ 1726.5 F76 2007.

1371.  Steele, Karen.  Women, Press, and Politics During the Irish Revival.  Syracuse:  Syracuse University Press, 2007.  Ms Steel is Professor of English at Texas Christian University.  Call number:  DA 959 S74 2007.

1372.  Strolovitch, Dara S.  Affirmative Advocacy:  Race, Class, and Gender in Interest Group Politics.  Chicago:  University of Chicago Press, 2007.  Ms Strolovitch is Assistant Professor of Political Science at the University of Minnesota.  Call number:  JK 1118 S78 2007.

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