Colorado College Bulletin
From the Bookshelf: New Books by Colorado College Alumni and Professors
Outposts of Civilization: Race, Religion and the Formative Years of American-Japanese Relations by Joseph M. Henning ’84
Illuminates issues of cultural representations and discourses of race in international relations.
Hardcover: ISBN 0-8147-3605-X. Published by New York University Press, 2000.
Leading & Leadership, edited by Timothy Fuller, professor of political science
An anthology of classic writings from ancient to modern times.
ISBN 0-2680-1327-6. Published by the University of Notre Dame Press, 2000, as part of its series The Ethics of Everyday Life.
The Death Next Door by Darren LeCount ’94
A story and activity book to help children cope with the death of someone close to them.
ISBN 1-931273-01-4. Published by The Rainbow Project, Inc., 2000
The Erotic Art of Edgar Britton by Jane Hilberry, associate professor of English
Focuses on the artist’s erotic sculpture, watercolors, prints, and drawings of the 1960s and 1970s.
Paperback: ISBN 0-938075-79-9, Clothbound: ISBN 0-938075-80-2. Published by Ocean View Books (Box 9249, Denver CO 80209) as part of their series Documents in Colorado Art.
On Exhibition by Dale Forbes (Whitcher) ’81
A novel with a CC student as the heroine. “TK Barton is a figure in the book — name unchanged as a tribute to that great instructor.”
Hardcover: ISBN 0-7388-1653-1, Paperback: ISBN: 0-7388-1654-X. Published by Xlibris Corporation.
Sacred Objects and Sacred Places: Preserving Tribal Traditions by Andrew Gulliford ’75, MAT ’76
Gulliford, the director of the Center of Southwest Studies at Ft. Lewis College in Durango, collected several photographs to illustrate this text.
Hardcover: ISBN 0-8708-1560-1, Paperback: ISBN 0-8708-1579-2. Published by University Press of Colorado, 2000.
Paper Trail by Barbara Snow Gilbert ’76
A novel with documentary references to an antigovernment militia group.
ISBN 1-886910-44-8. Published by Front Street, Inc., 2000, and distributed by Publishers Group West.
One Year, One Lifetime: A Memoir of College Life in the 1940s, edited by Robert Cooper and Roland Dickison ’43
The third book in the Bert Stiles trilogy. Includes previously unpublished stories of Stiles, a CC student in 1938.
ISBN 0-9655238-4-5. Published by Bishop Publishing Company, 2000 (2131 Trimble Way, Sacramento, CA 95825).
Through Yup’ik Eyes: An Adopted Son Explores the Landscape of Family by Colin Chisholm ’89
This book, the author’s first, originated with the help of a CC Venture Grant in 1989.
ISBN 0-88240-533-0. Published by Alaska Northwest Books (1-800-452-3032), 2000.
Making a Good Writer Great: A Creativity Workbook for Screenwriters by Linda Seger ’67
Provides both novice and experienced writers with the means to expand their creative processes and write at a higher artistic level.
ISBN 1-8795-0549-5. Published by Silman-James Press, 1999
Lady Buckaroo by Suzanne Lyon ’79
A book about barnstorming female rodeo stars in the 1920s.
ISBN 0-7862-2120-8. Published by Thorndike Five Star Press, 2000.
No Safe Refuge by Christopher Gibbs ’67
A historical mystery set in rural Mississippi in 1919.
ISBN 1-9296-1203-6, 1999.
Leadership Resources: A Guide to Training and Development Tools, edited by Mary Schwartz, Frank Freeman, and Kristin M. Axtman ’94
Includes descriptions of current writings and films on leadership, a list of active leadership organizations, Web sites offering leadership resources, and announcements of annual conferences and meetings.
ISBN 1-8821-9742-9. Published by The Center for Creative Leadership, 1999.
A Naturalist’s Guide to Canyon Country by David B. Williams ’87
A comprehensive field guide to the flora, fauna, and landscape of southern Utah, far western Colorado, and sections of northern Arizona and New Mexico.
ISBN 1-5604-4783-4. Falcon Publishing, 2000.
Back Alley Boys by Charles Elbert Hathaway ’33
Recollections of the lifelong friendship of Hathaway and Frank Waters. Published by the Frank Waters Foundation (P.O. Box 1127, Taos, N.M. 87571), 2000.
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