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February 2020

This is a list of books and other media, created by Yale alumni, that we received in the past month. To have your work listed, please send a copy of your recently published or upcoming work to:

Yale Alumni Magazine

P.O. Box 1905

New Haven, CT



Brian Earp ’09, ’19MA: Love Drugs: The Chemical Future of Relationships, Redwood Press

John Mauceri ’67, ’70MPhil: For the Love of Music: A Conductor's Guide to the Art of Listening, Knopf

John Mauceri ’67, ’70MPhil: Leonard Bernstein: A Centenary Celebration, Knopf

Robert Klitzman ’85MD: Designing Babies: How Technology is Changing the Ways We Create Children, Oxford University Press

Cassie Chambers ’10, ’11MPH: Hill Women: Finding Family a Way Forward in the Appalachian Mountains, Balantine Books

Elisabeth Thomas ’10: Catherine House, Custom House

Gretel Van Wieren ’01MDiv, ’08MA, ’08MPhil, ’11PhD: Listening at Lookout Creek: Nature in Spiritual Practice, Oregon State University Press

Shana Redmond ’05MA, ’06MPhil, ’08PhD: Everything Man: The Form and Function of Paul Robeson, Duke University Press

Robert Bissell ’72: Best Beloved, Off the Common Books

Stephen Dahl ’67: Harry and the Madman, Stephen Dahl

Tony Scully ’69MFA: A Carolina Psalter, Resource Publications

David Lapin ’75MPhil, ’80PhD: The Education of Brainiac: A New Yorker's Quest for the Good Life in the Hub of the Universe, iUniverse

Harlow Robinson ’72: Lewis Milestone: Life and Films, University Press of Kentucky

Josiah Osgood ’96, ’02MA, ’02MPhil, ’02PhD: How to Be a Bad Emperor: An Anicent Guide to Truly Terrible Leaders, Princeton University Press

Elizabeth Cohen ’99MA, ’99MPhil, ’03PhD: Illegal: How America's Lawless Immigartion Regime Threatens Us All, Basic Books

Jonah Schulhofer-Wohl ’04, ’04MA, ’07MPhil, ’12 PhD: Quagmire in Civil War, Cambridge University Press

Mitch Silver ’68: The Apollo Deception, Severn House

Jonathan Horn ’04: Washington's End: The Final Years and Forgotten Struggle, Scribner

Mansfield Bascom ’48 MEng, ’54MArch: Wharton Esherick: The Journey of a Creative Mind, Abrams

Richard Emory ’63: Fighting Pollution and Climate Change: An EPA Veteran's Guide How To Join in Saving Our Life on Planet Earth,

Chris Angermann ’73, ’83MFA: Dramatic Measures: Lessons from a Life in the Theater, Bardolf and Company


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