Contracts: Cases, Discussions, and Problems
Brian Blum and Amy Bushaw, professors of law, publish a casebook that explores contract law in a straightforward and engaging way.
Aspen Publishers, 2003. 861 pages. $85.
The Itinerant Teacher’s Handbook
Carolyn Bullard, professor of educational administration, provides information and guidance to itinerant teachers of deaf and hard-of-hearing students.
Butte Publications, 2003. Paperback: 448 pages. $49.
Genetic Nature/Culture: Anthropology and Science Beyond the Two-Culture Divide
Deborah Heath, associate professor of anthropology, and coeditors Alan H. Goodman and M. Susan Lindee produce a volume that brings together biological and cultural anthropologists to conduct an interdisciplinary dialogue about genetics.
University of California Press, 2003. 328 pages. Hardcover: $60. Paperback: $24.95.
Every War Has Two Losers: William Stafford on Peace and War
Kim Stafford, associate professor in the graduate school and director of the Northwest Writing Institute, edits this inspiring collection of his father’s antiwar writings. The book includes never-before-published excerpts from William Stafford’s daily journal from 1951 to 1991.
Milkweed Editions, 2003. 216 pages. $16.
Victory at Home: Manpower and Race in the American South During World War II
Charles Chamberlain ’87 offers an account of wartime mobilization and federal manpower policies in the South, which also helps illuminate the postwar civil rights struggle.
University of Georgia Press, 2003. 312 pages. Hardcover: $49.95. Paperback: $19.95.
Gun Control and Gun Rights
Constance Emerson Crooker J.D. ’77 traces this debate in a balanced, focused way from its origin to the present day.
Greenwood Publishing Group, 2003. 200 pages. $50.
Lelooska: The Life of a Northwest Coast Artist
Chris Friday ’82 develops a compelling portrait of Lelooska based on interviews he conducted with the Native American artist between 1993 and 1996.
University of Washington Press, 2003. 304 pages. $24.95.
Lori Lake ’83, a novelist in the field of lesbian fiction, writes about three women on a cross-country musical road tour.
Regal Crest Enterprises, 2003. 360 pages. $19.95.
Eccentric Seattle: Pillars and Pariahs Who Made the City Not Such a Boring Place After All
J. Kingston Pierce ’79 explores the Emerald City’s troubled, tragic, and bawdy past as well as its more familiar, rosy portrayals.
Washington State University Press, 2003. 320 pages. $21.95.
Defending the Dinétah: Pueblitos in the Ancestral Navajo Heartland
Ronald Towner ’79 presents groundbreaking chronological data on Navajo pueblitos (mesa-top fortresses) and a thoughtful synthesis of recent research on ancestral Navajo communities in northwestern New Mexico.
University of Utah Press, 2003. 208 pages. $35.
A Man Named Moses: The Military Life of a Heroic Buffalo Soldier
Donald Whitbeck ’51 traces the history of Moses Williams, an African-American ordnance sergeant in the 9th Cavalry who was awarded the Medal of Honor for bravery in battle during the Indian Wars.
WT Records & Publishing, 2002. 300 pages. $24.95.
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