New Books for September

Take a look at our new books for September. Go to the library website and search for the book title using the Search@UW box. Then you can get the book’s call number and location.


Citizens of Asian America : democracy and race during the Cold War / Cindy I-Fen Cheng.

Indian nations of Wisconsin : histories of endurance and renewal / Patty Loew ; with forewords by Paul DeMain and J P Leary.

Gypsy “menace” : populism and the new anti-Gypsy politics / Michael Stewart, editor.

Quiet season : remembering country winters / Jerry Apps.

Old farm : a history / Jerry Apps ; with photographs by Steve Apps.

Degraded work : the struggle at the bottom of the labor market / Marc Doussard.

Lifeblood : oil, freedom, and the forces of capital / Matthew T. Huber.

Superlative city : Dubai and the urban condition in the early twenty-first century / edited by Ahmed Kanna.

Lynching beyond Dixie : American mob violence outside the South / edited by Michael J. Pfeifer.

Redefining rape : sexual violence in the era of suffrage and segregation / Estelle B. Freedman.

Solitary confinement : social death and its afterlives / Lisa Guenther.

New perspectives on public services : place and technology / Christopher Pollitt.

Cheating lessons : learning from academic dishonesty / James M. Lang.

Logobook / by Ludovic Houplin ; editor, Julius Wiedemann.

One small farm : photographs of a Wisconsin way of life / Craig Schreiner.

Art made from books : altered, sculpted, carved, transformed / compiled by Laura Heyenga ; Preface by Brian Dettmer ; Introduction by Alyson Kuhn.

Information graphics / Sandra Rendgen ; ed., Julius Wiedemann ; [with essays by Paolo Ciuccarelli, Richard Saul Wurman, Simon Rogers ; including a poster by Nigel Holmes].

Native American drinking : life styles, alcohol use, drunken comportment, problem drinking, and the Peyote religion / Thomas W Hill.

Human rights and transnational solidarity in Cold War Latin America / edited by Jessica Stites Mor.

Making civics count : citizenship education for a new generation / edited by David E. Campbell, Meira Levinson, and Frederick M. Hess.

Pets, people, and pragmatism / Erin McKenna.

Psychology of personhood : philosophical, historical, social-developmental, and narrative perspectives / edited by Jack Martin and Mark H. Bickhard.

American girls, beer, and Glenn Miller : GI morale in World War II / James J. Cooke.

Contested water : the struggle against water privatization in the United States and Canada / Joanna L. Robinson.

Contagious : why things catch on / Jonah Berger.

Trams or tailfins? : public and private prosperity in postwar West Germany and the United States / Jan L. Logemann.

My dog always eats first : homeless people and their animals / Leslie Irvine.

Last refuge : Yemen, al-Qaeda, and America’s war in Arabia / Gregory D. Johnsen.

How nonprofits work : case studies in nonprofit organizations / Grace Budrys.

Neoconservative politics and the Supreme Court : law, power, and democracy / Stephen M. Feldman.

Everything a new elementary school teacher really needs to know : (but didn’t learn in college) / Otis Kriegel, M.S. Ed.

School discipline and safety / volume editors, Suzanne E. Eckes, Charles J. Russo.

Resistant students : reach me before you teach me / Mary Skvorak.

Before Elvis : the prehistory of rock ‘n’ roll / Larry Birnbaum.

Dinner Party : Judy Chicago and the power of popular feminism, 1970-2007 / Jane F. Gerhard.

Native Americans on film : conversations, teaching, and theory / edited by M. Elise Marubbio and Eric L. Buffalohead.

George Eliot and the gothic novel : genres, gender, feeling / Royce Mahawatte.

Naked statistics : stripping the dread from the data / Charles Wheelan.

Gravity : how the weakest force in the universe shaped our lives / Brian Clegg.

Environmental flows : saving rivers in the third millennium / Angela Helen Arthington.

Population fluctuations in rodents / Charles J. Krebs.

Autism spectrum disorders through the life span / Digby Tantam.

One billion hungry : can we feed the world? / Gordon Conway with Katy Wilson ; foreword by Rajiv Shah.

Modern American military / edited by David M. Kennedy.

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