SPRING 2015 / THE SHELF LIFE
Using food as a metaphor, this book takes a fresh and edgy approach to self-help.
Ramani Durvasula, professor of psychology, foreword by Vanessa Williams
This collection of essays covers the life of Carlos Fuentes, one of the most prominent novelists in contemporary Mexico and Latin America.
Robert Cantú, professor emeritus of Chicano studies and English
Professor London and his co-authors use science-based facts and guidelines to assist readers with choosing health care products and services.
William M. London, professor of public health, Stephen Barrett, Manfred Kroger, Harriet Hall, and Robert S. Baratz
This novel follows the life of Mark, who struggles to accept the loss of his twin sister, Grace. Mark and Grace’s best friend, Hanna, commit themselves to finishing Grace’s bucket list.
Carrie Arcos (’07 M.A.), lecturer, English
Using social science principles and research, this book helps couples use romantic travel to sustain passion and build memories.
Pepper Schwartz and Janet Lever, professor of sociology
Professor Goldwhite and his co-authors explore the mysticism and alchemy of the beginnings of chemistry. This history includes do-it-yourself experiments and historical profiles.
Harold Goldwhite, professor emeritus, Cathy Cobb and Monty L. Fetterolf