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Prolific Profs

Members of Holy Cross faculty publish in 2000

" A stunning achievement for a faculty our size." That's how Stephen Ainlay, vice president for academic affairs and dean of the College, described the publication of 24 books written or edited by members of the Holy Cross faculty during the past year. 

The books are: Vascular Flora of Worcester, Massachusetts, by Robert Bertin, biology department; Ancient Greece, by Thomas Martin, classics department; Swallows and Settlers: The Great Migration from North China to Manchuria, by Thomas Gottschang, economics department; The Bedford Bibliography for Teachers of Writing, by Patricia Bizzell, English department; In My Life: Encounters with the Beatles, by Robert Cording, English department; The Code of Cuenca, by James Powers, history department; The Limits of the Rule of Law in China, by Karen Turner, history department; Ideals, Varieties, and Algorithms, by John Little, mathematics department; Ce qui se conçoit bien., by Laurence Enjolras, modern languages and literatures department; Francophonie et Dialogue des Cultures and La Malédiction francophone: Défis culturels et condition postcoloniale en Afrqiue, by Ambroise Kom, modern languages and literatures department; Arte de bien morir y Breve confesionario, by Francisco Gogo-Jover, modern languages and literatures department; Keen and Violent Remedies, by Michael Papio, modern languages and literatures department; The Face of the Other and the Trace of God: Essays on Emmanuel Levinas and Liturgy of the Neighbor: Levinas and the Religion of Responsibility, by Jeffery Bloechl, philosophy department; Empathy and Agency: The Problem of Understanding in the Human Sciences, by Karsten Steuber, philosophy department; Child Development: A Thematic Approach, by Danuta Bukatko, psychology department; The Encyclopaedia of Judaism, The Blackwell Companion to Judaism and Judaism in Late Antiquity, Volume Four, by Alan Avery-Peck, religious studies department; Dismantling Privilege: An Ethics of Accountability, by Mary Hobgood, religious studies department; Popular Buddhist Texts from Nepal, by Todd Lewis, religious studies department; Jesus in Solidarity with His People, by Rev. William Reiser, S.J., religious studies department; and The Architect's Brother, by Robert ParkeHarrison, visual arts department.

 

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