Recent books by Wellesley authors



Susan Alexander ’69The Ainswick Orange, Minerva

Nancy Sallop Alimansky ’63Echoes of Highland Jazz, Swingin’ in the Boston Suburbs, 1983–2003, Infinity Publishing

Susan Andrews ’71God With Skin On, Css Publishing Company

Lindsey Clark ’99Land of Dark and Sun: A Journey Through Africa, Amazon Digital Services

Margaretta Barton Colt ’60Martial Bliss: The Story of the Military Bookstore, CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Katherine Grandjean, faculty—American Passage: The Communications Frontier in Early New England, Harvard University Press

Susan Greenhalgh ’72Fat-Talk Nation: The Human Cost of America’s War on Fat, Cornell University Press

Elizabeth Holzer ’00The Concerned Women of Buduburam: Refugee Activists and Humanitarian Dilemmas, Cornell University press

Peggy Levitt, facultyArtifacts and Allegiances: How Museums Put the Nation and the World on Display, University Of California Press

Susan Elia Macneal ’91Mrs. Roosevelt’s Confidante: A Maggie Hope Mystery, Bantam

Sally Gregory Mcmillen ’66Lucy Stone: An Unapologetic Life, Oxford University Press

Alicia Peters ’98Responding to Human Trafficking: Sex, Gender, and Culture in the Law, University Of Pennsylvania Press

Elizabeth Dawkins Poreba ’68Vexed, Wipf And Stock Publishers

Jeanne Gleason Register ’59Acadian Passage, Lulu Publishing Services

Margaret Ritter ’99 and Petra Thorn—Our Family: A Book for Solo-Mom Families With Children Conceived Through Donor Insemination, Efamart e-book

Frances Oguss Stallings ’65 and Hiroka Fujita—How to Fool a Cat: Japanese Folktales For Children, Parkhurst Brothers Publications

Emily Vardell ’05The Medical Library Association Guide to Answering Questions About The Affordable Care Act, Rowman & Littlefield

Corinne Gordon Whitaker ’56Alone, Mixbook

Marilyn Koenick Yalom ’54 with Theresa Donovan Brown—The Social Sex: A History of Female Friendship, Harper Perennial

Elizabeth Marie Young, faculty—Translation as Muse: Poetic Translation in Catullus’s Rome, University of Chicago Press

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