M. Ellen Beasley, AS '64M, a preservation consultant in Houston, The Alleys and Back Buildings of Galveston: An Architectural and Social History, Texas A&M University Press.
Diana Rector Botluk, AS '81, of Annapolis, Md., The Legal List: Research on the Internet, Lawyers Cooperative Publishing.
Barbara Gates, UD Alumni Distinguished Professor of English, with Ann Shteir, Natural Eloquence: Women Reinscribe Science, University of Wisconsin Press.
Jay Halio, UD English, and Ben Siegel, Daughters of Valor: Contemporary Jewish American Women Writers, University of Delaware Press.
Robert L. Hilliard, AS '48, of Cambridge, Surviving the Americans: The Continued Struggle of the Jews After Liberation, Seven Stories Press.
Sara Horowitz, UD English and Jewish Studies, Voicing the Void: Muteness and Memory in Holocaust Fiction, State University of New York.
Steven L. Llanso, AS '78M, of Newark, Del., with Timothy Laur, An Encyclopedia of U.S. Military Weapons, Berkley Press.
Arthur J. McLaughlin Jr., AS '71, of Wilmington, Del., Infection Control in Respiratory Care and Respiratory Care Drug Preference, Aspen Publishing Inc., Gaithersburg, Md.
James Ryan, AS '70, '73M, of Galveston, Earl Browder: The Failure of American Communism, University of Alabama Press.
Janice Selekman, UD nursing, with A. Saunders, Pediatric Nursing, third edition, Springhouse Corp.
David Shearer, UD history, Industry, State and Society in Stalin's Russia, 1926-1934, Cornell University Press.
Jessica R. Schiffman, UD women's studies, with Laura O'Toole, Gender Violence: Interdisciplinary Perspectives, New York University Press.
Leonard P. Stark, AS '91, of Wilmington, Del., Choosing A Leader: Party Leadership Contests in Britain From Macmillan to Blair, St. Martin's Press.
Mary Stiner, AS '80, of Tucson, Honor Among Thieves: A Zooarchaeological Study of Neanderthal Ecology, Princeton University Press.