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Stanford Report, March 12, 2003

List of books, CDs and CD-ROM

Mark Applebaum -- Music: The Apple Doesn't Fall Far from the Tree (Innova Records)

Bernard Barryte -- Cantor Center for Visual Arts: Rodin's Art: The Rodin Collection of the Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford University (co-editor with Rosalyn Jamison; Oxford University Press and Cantor Arts Center)

George Barth -- Music: Ludwig van Beethoven: Cello Sonatas (with Stephen Harrison; Stanford University and the Alliance for Lifelong Learning); Understanding Beethoven: The Mind of the Master (CD-ROM with Stephen Harrison; Stanford University and the Alliance for Lifelong Learning)

David Beaver -- Linguistics: Words, Proofs & Diagrams (co-editor with Dave Barker-Plummer, Johan van Benthem and Patrick Scotto di Luzio; CSLI Publications); The Construction of Meaning (editor; CSLI Publications)

Harumi Befu -- Cultural and Social Anthropology: Nikkei Amerikajin no Ayumi to Genzai (Jinbun Shoin)

Karol Berger -- Music: A Theory of Art (Oxford University Press)

Chris Bobonich -- Philosophy: Plato's Utopia Recast (Oxford University Press)

Marina Bosi -- Center for Computer Research in Music and Acoustics/Music: Introduction to Digital Audio Coding and Standards (Kluwer Academic Publishers)

Geoffrey Brock -- English: Disaffections: Complete Poems 1930-1950 (editor and translator; Copper Canyon Press)

Laura L. Carstensen -- Psychology: Inside the American Couple: New Thinking, New Challenges (co-editor with Marilyn Yalom; University of California Press)

Terry Castle -- English: Boss Ladies, Watch Out! Essays on Women, Sex and Writing (Routledge); Courage, Mon Amie (London Review of Books/Profile Books)

Gordon Chang -- History: Caste and Outcaste (co-editor with Akhil Gupta and Purnima Mankekar; Stanford University Press)

Eve V. Clark -- Linguistics: First Language Acquisition (Cambridge University Press)

Keila Diehl -- Cultural and Social Anthropology: Echoes from Dharamsala: Music in the Life of a Tibetan Refugee Community (University of California Press)

Paulla Ebron -- Cultural and Social Anthropology: Performing Africa (Princeton University Press)

Martin Evans -- English: John Milton: Twentieth-Century Perspectives (Routledge)

Hilarie Faberman -- Cantor Center for Visual Arts: Aerial Muse: The Art of Yvonne Jacquette (Hudson Hills and Cantor Arts Center)

Paula Findlen -- History: The Italian Renaissance: The Essential Readings (Blackwell)

Lazar Fleishman -- Slavic Languages and Literatures: Solomon Bart -- Stikhotvoreniia (co-editor with Dymitr Hessen; Berkeley Slavic Specialties)

Joseph Frank -- Slavic Languages and Literatures: Dostoevksy: The Mantle of the Prophet (Princeton University Press); Dostoiévski: Os Efeitos da Libertação 1860-1865 (Editora da Universidade de São Paulo)

Estelle B. Freedman -- History: No Turning Back: The History of Feminism and the Future of Women (Ballantine Books)

Brad S. Gregory -- History: The Forgotten Writings of the Mennonite Martyrs (editor; Brill)

Hans Ulrich Gumbrecht -- Comparative Literature, French and Italian: Vom Leben und Sterben der großen Romanisten: Carl Vossler, Ernst Robert Curtius, Leo Spitzer, Erich Auerbach, Werner Krauss (Carl Hanser Verlag); Paris-Berlin (Fundacion BBVA)

Akhil Gupta -- Cultural and Social Anthropology: Caste and Outcaste (co-editor with Gordon Chang and Purnima Mankekar; Stanford University Press)

Maria-Paz Haro -- Spanish and Portuguese: Cinema for Spanish Conversation (co-author with Mary McVey Gill and Deana Smalley; Focus)

Stephen Harrison -- Music: Ludwig van Beethoven: Cello Sonatas (with George Barth; Stanford University and the Alliance for Lifelong Learning); Understanding Beethoven: The Mind of the Master (CD-ROM with George Barth; Stanford University and the Alliance for Lifelong Learning)

Melissa Hui -- Music: The Shock of the Old (Santa Fe New Music)

Jennifer Lane -- Music: Schoenberg, Vol. VIII Gurre-Lieder (Koch International Classics); Stravinsky, Vol. VI Threni: The Lamentations of Jeremiah (Koch International Classics)

Will Leben -- Linguistics: Contes et Textes Documentaires Kwa de Côte d'Ivoire (Ruediger Koeppe Verlag)

Seth Lerer -- English: Error and the Academic Self: The Scholarly Imagination, Medieval to Modern (Columbia University Press)

John L'Heureux -- English: The Miracle (Atlantic Monthly Press); An Honorable Profession (Grove/Atlantic)

Purnima Mankekar -- Cultural and Social Anthropology: Caste and Outcaste (co-editor with Gordon Chang and Akhil Gupta; Stanford University Press)

Michael F. Marmor -- Opthalmology: Degas Through His Own Eyes: Visual Disability and the Late Style of Degas (Somogy editions d'Art)

Paula Moya -- English: Learning from Experience: Minority Identities, Multicultural Struggles (University of California Press)

Elisabeth Mudimbe-Boyi -- Comparative Literature, French and Italian: Beyond Dichotomies (editor; State University of New York Press); Remembering Africa (editor; Heinemann)

David S. Nivison -- Philosophy: Studies on the Modern Text of the Bamboo Annals (co-editor with Dongfang Shao; Tonsan Press)

Stephen Orgel -- English: The Authentic Shakespeare (Routledge); Shakespeare: The Complete Works (editor; Penguin)

Carol M. Osborne -- Cantor Center for Visual Arts: Venetian Glass of the 1890s: Salviati at Stanford University (Philip Wilson/Cantor Arts Center)

John Perry -- Philosophy: Identity, Personal Identity and the Self (Hackett Publishing Company)

Maurice P. Rehm -- Drama, Classics: The Play of Space: Spatial Transformation in Greek Tragedy (Princeton University Press)

Rob Reich -- Political Science: Bridging Liberalism and Multiculturalism in American Education (University of Chicago Press)

Timothy J. Reiss -- French and Italian: Against Autonomy: Global Dialectics of Cultural Exchange (Stanford University Press); Sisyphus & Eldorado: Magical & Other Realisms in Caribbean Literature (Africa World Press); Mirages of the Selfe: Patterns of Personhood in Ancient & Early Modern Europe (Stanford University Press)

Jessica Riskin -- History: Science in the Age of Sensibility: The Sentimental Empiricists of the French Enlightenment (University of Chicago Press)

Paul Robinson -- History: Opera, Sex and Other Vital Matters (University of Chicago Press)

St. Lawrence String Quartet -- Music: Tchaikovsky (EMI Music); Yiddishbuk (EMI Music)

Stephen M. Sano -- Music: Choral Reflections (Pictoria Records)

Jeffrey Schnapp -- Comparative Literature, French and Italian: Ball and Hammer: Hugo Ball's Tenderenda the Fantast (editor, with introduction; Yale University Press)

Eleanor Selfridge-Field -- Music: Antonio Vivaldi: Concertos for Flute and Other Wind Instruments, Op. 10 (editor, with introduction; Dover Publications)

Patrick Suppes -- Center for the Study of Language and Information: Representation and Invariance of Scientific Structures (CSLI Publications)

Bruce Thompson -- Continuing Studies: Ian Watt: The Literal Imagination -- Selected Essays (editor; The Society for the Promotion of Science and Scholarship)

Elizabeth Closs Traugott -- Linguistics: Regularity in Semantic Change (co-author with Richard B. Dasher; Cambridge University Press)

Thomas Wasow -- Linguistics, Philosophy: Postverbal Behavior (CSLI Publications)

Marilyn Yalom -- Institute for Research on Women and Gender: Inside the American Couple: New Thinking, New Challenges (co-editor with Laura Carstensen; University of California Press)

Sylvia Yanagisako -- Cultural and Social Anthropology: Producing Culture and Capital: Family Firms in Italy (Princeton University Press)

 

 

Error and the Academic Self: The Scholarly Imagination, Medieval to Modern

 

 

 

 

Degas Through His Own Eyes: Visual Disability and the Late Style of Degas

 

 

 

 

 

Opera, Sex and Other Vital Matters

 

 

 

 

 

 

Ian Watt: The Literal Imagination -- Selected Essays