Between the covers
Erinn Batykefer, AS ’04, Allegheny, Monongahela, Red Hen Press.
Sujata Bhatia, AS ’99, EG ’99, EG ’99M, Selectin-mediated Leukocyte Adhesion During the Immune Response: Experimental and computational studies of white blood cell recruitment to the vascular wall, VDM Verlag.
Howard P. Boyd, AG ’79M, The Ecological Pine Barrens of New Jersey: An Ecosystem Threatened by Fragmentation, Plexus Publishing.
Marsha Dickson, professor and chairperson of the Department of Fashion and Apparel Studies, with Suzanne Loker and Molly Eckman, Social Responsibility in the Global Apparel Industry, Fairchild Books.
Cynthia (Layton) Falk, AS ’96, Architecture and Artifacts of the Pennsylvania Germans: Constructing Identity in Early America, Pennsylvania State University Press.
Benjamin D. Fleury-Steiner, associate professor of sociology and criminal justice, with Carla Crowder, Dying Inside: The HIV/AIDS Ward at Limestone Prison, University of Michigan Press.
Philip Goldstein, professor of English, Associate in Arts Program, Modern American Reading Practices: Between Aesthetics and Politics, Palgrave/MacMillan Press.
Steven M. Kendus, AS ’93, Hunting the First State: A Guide to Delaware Hunting, Lulu.com. (The author’s name was misspelled in a previous issue.)
Alexander Long, AS ’07PhD, Light Here, Light There, C&R Press.
Gary May, professor of history, John Tyler: The American Presidents Series, Henry Holt. W. Barksdale Maynard, AS ’94M, 97PhD, Woodrow Wilson: Princeton to the Presidency, Yale University Press.
David Pensak, supplemental faculty in business administration, Innovation for Underdogs: How To Make the Leap From What If to Now What, The Career Press.
Norman Remer, EG ’54M, Making a Refractor Telescope: How To Design, Grind, Polish, Test, Correct and Mount a Doublet Lens, Willmann-Bell.
Gibbons Ruark, professor emeritus of English, Staying Blue, Lost Hills Books.
Steven Sidebotham, professor of history, with Martin Hense and Hendrikje Nouwens, The Red Land: The Illustrated Archaeology of Egypt’s Eastern Desert, American University in Cairo Press.
William H. Williams, the late UD professor of history at the Delaware Technical and Community College campus in Georgetown, Del., Man and Nature in Delaware: An Environmental History of the First State, 1631-2000, Delaware Heritage Press.