Kristin Roth-Ey *03
(Cornell University Press) This book traces the evolution of the Soviet Union’s broadcast and film industries, as well as Soviet consumers, from after World War II through the 1970s. The author examines how the Soviet Union succeeded...
Christopher G. Tully *98
(Princeton University Press) This textbook provides an introduction to particle physics for first-year graduate and advanced undergraduate students. The book covers everything from recent experiments to every elementary particle physics process, with a...
Benjamin Gregg *96
(Cambridge University Press) In this book, Gregg argues that human rights are locally developed, created by average people. Viewing them on this basis, instead of on metaphysical or theological assumptions, makes it more likely that all people will come to...
John H. Smith *83
(Cornell University Press) Smith traces a major line in the history of theology and the philosophy of religion down the “slippery slope” of secularization — from Luther to Derrida. He argues that faith and reason have long been locked in...
(Posted on Dec. 7, 2011)