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Sep 2

Where the Roads All End; Photography and Anthropology in the Kalahari by Ilisa Barbash ’77. This book tells three stories. First is the story of Lisa Barbash, Curator of Visual Anthropology at Harvar
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May 6

A Hole in the heart of the World by Jonathan Kaufman ’74. Nonfiction-International. “L’écrivain ne peut se mettre aujourd’hui au service de ceux qui font l’histoire: il est au service de ceux q
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Oct 13, 2018

Loyalty and Leadership in an Early Islamic Society by Roy Mottahedeh ’57?. This book examines the threads that weave the fabric of society in western Iran and southern Iraq during the years of the Bu
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Oct 13, 2018

Uhuru Revisited by Ron Singer te, presents a wealth of African voices, all struggling with how to encourage open democracies in their lands A logistical tour de force, Uhuru Revisited includes inte
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Sep 2

Labor’s Lost, women’s Work and the Early Modern English Stage by Natasha Korda ’79. We all know that Juliet, Lady Macbeth and every female part in Shakespeare was played by a male actor in the time
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Mar 15

Gardens of the Amalfi Coast by Robert I. C. Fisher 60’s? This book provides armchair travel to the gorgeous Amalfi Coast. The text is replete with tantalizing observations from history, literature,
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Oct 13, 2018

Brazil’s Dance with the Devil, the World Cup, the Olympics, and the Fight for Democracy by Dave Zirin (’91). As Dave lifts the curtain to reveal life in the poor favela population of Brazil and how i
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Jun 25

The Flight of the Romanovs, A Family Saga by John Curtis Perry ’48? And Constantine Pleshakov. We all know little snippets of this story. We remember the strange (but very temporary) power of Raspu
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Oct 13, 2018

A Concise History of the Middle East, tenth edition by Arthur Goldschmidt Jr, ’55 and Lawrence Davidson. My first impulse after reading this book was to send it off to Jared Kushner. But when Don Ro
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Oct 13, 2018

Singapore, Unlikely Power by John Curtis Perry ’48?. A sweeping history of Singapore from its beginnings to the present, this book brings to life the vibrant city-state situated in the crossing paths