Book Dedications 2014

Presented By:  The Staff of Bailey Library

 

In Honor Of:  Student Library Assistants and Graduates of 2014

   

1.  Maya Olivia Bastille
     508.748
     P336g
     Peck, Robert McCracken.  A glorious enterprise.  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania:           
     University of Pennsylvania Press [c2012]

 

2.  Samuel Delos Brian

     810.9
     C738Le
     Companion to American literary studies.  Edited by Caroline F. Levander and
     Robert S. Levine.  Malden, Massachusetts:  John Wiley & Sons [c2011]

 

3.  Stephen Marcus Brick

     509.2
     N484b
     Buchwald, Jed Z.  Newton and the origin of civilization.  Princeton, New Jersey:
     Princeton University Press [c2013]

 

4.  Kaleigh Ann Clary

     004
     C818d
     Cortada, James W.  The digital flood:  diffusion of information technology across 
     the United States, Europe, and Asia
.  New York, New York:  Oxford University
     Press [c2012]      

 

5.  Lyndsey Rachelle Czapansky

     303.38
     Ox2s
     The Oxford handbook of American public opinion and the media.  Edited by
     Robert Y. Shapiro and Lawrence R. Jacobs.  Oxford, United Kingdom:  Oxford
     University Press [c2011]


   

6.  Lyle James Gregory

     170.9
     Ox2c
     The Oxford handbook of the history of ethics.  Edited by Roger Crisp.  Oxford,
     United Kingdom:  Oxford University Press [c2013]

 

7.  Evangeline Adele Harpst

     676.09
     B29o
     Basbanes, Nicholas A.  On paper:  the everything of its two-thousand-year history.
     New York, New York:  Alfred A. Knopf  [c2013]

 

8.  Sarah Porfiria Salazar

     974.7
     St26h
     Stanton, Brandon.  Humans of New York.  New York, New York:  St. Martin’s
     Press [c2013]

 

9.  Stacey Michelle Svendsen

     330.973
     B619a
     Blinder, Alan S.  After the music stopped:  the financial crisis, the response, and
     the work ahead.
  New York, New York:  Penguin Press  [c2013]