Beyond Vassar

Mixed Media


American Environmental History: An Introduction
by Carolyn Merchant ’58
Columbia University Press, 2007

Taking Teaching Seriously: How Liberal Arts Colleges Prepare Teachers to Meet Today’s Educational Challenges in Schools
edited by Chris Bjork, associate professor of education
Paradigm Press, 2007

Popular Culture and the Public Sphere in the Rhineland, 1800–1850
by James Brophy ’81
Cambridge University Press, 2007

Millennial Leaders: Success Stories from Today’s Most Brilliant Generation Y Leaders
by Scott Wilder ’83, Bea Fields, Jim Bunch, and Rob Newbold
Morgan James, 2007

Pappa’s Papers: Memories of a Dutch Childhood
by Josina van der Maas ’55
Xlibris, 2007

Sound Art: Beyond Music, Between Categories
by Alan Licht ’90
Rizzoli, 2007

100 Questions and Answers About Life After Cancer: A Survivor’s Guide
by Page Tolbert ’74
Jones and Bartlett, 2007

Monteverdi's Last Opera
Monteverdi's Last Opera
The Quiet Eye: Listening to Images
by Peggy Riker Downes ’52
Hemlock Printers, 2007

Virtue Ethics and Consequentialism in Early Chinese Philosophy
by Bryan VanNorden, associate professor of philosophy
Cambridge University Press, 2007

Monteverdi’s Last Operas: A Venetian Trilogy
by Ellen [Fineman] Rosand ’61
University of California Press, 2007

Welcome to Shirley: A Memoir From an Atomic Town
by Kelly McMasters ’98
Public Affairs, 2008

Six Nights on the Acropolis
Six Nights on the Acropolis
Manic: A Memoir
by Terri Cheney ’82
William Morrow, 2008


Six Nights on the Acropolis
by George Seferis
translated and introduced by Susan [Auerbach] Matthias ’69
Cosmos, 2007

The Most Beautiful Monday in 1961
by Ruth [Firestone] Brin ’41
Lerner, 2008

Killer Heat
by Linda Fairstein ’69
Doubleday, 2008

The Blood of Flowers
by Anita Amirrezvani ’83
Little, Brown, 2007

The Bright Side of Disaster
The Bright Side of Disaster
The Bright Side of Disaster
by Katherine [Pannill] Center ’94
Random House, 2007

Samedi the Deafness
by Jesse Ball ’00
Vintage, 2007

Who Killed What’s Her Name?
by Elizabeth Daniels Squire ’47
Five Star Sleuths, 2007

To Be
by Janet [Boehm] Winn ’50
iUniverse, 2007

By Marcella [Fleischman] Pixley ’92
Farrar, Straus, and Giroux, 2007


A Community Shakespeare Company Edition of A Midsummer Night’s Dream
Adapted by Richard Carter ’80
iUniverse, 2007


Christina Rossetti: Selected Poems
edited by Dinah Roe ’98
Penguin, 2008