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Books By Hopkins Faculty

Below is a small sampling of current titles by Hopkins faculty and staff.

The Moral Compass: Leadership for the Free World
© May 2009
Lindsay Thompson
Carey Business School
Igniting the Power of Community
© March 2010
Paul A. Gaist
Bloomberg School of
Public Health
The Score, the Orchestra and the Conductor
© July 2009
Gustav Meier
Peabody Institute

© December 2008
Phyllis Bryn-Julson & Paul Mathews
Peabody Institute
Follies of Power, American�s Unipolar Fantasy
© May 2009
David P. Calleo
Nitze School of
Advanced International Studies
Pacific Alliance, Reviving U.S.-Japan Relations
© May 2009
Kent Calder
Nitze School of
Advanced International Studies

© Apr 2009
Michael McCloskey
Cognitive Science

© Apr 2009
Andrew Cherlin
Sociology

© Mar 2009
James Mann
Nitze School of
Advanced International Studies

© Jan 2009
Mario Livio
Space Telescope Science Institute

© Dec 2008
Michael Vlahos
Applied Physics Laboratory
Azar Nafisi, Things I've Been Silent About
© Dec 2008
Azar Nafisi
School of Advanced
International Studies

© Nov 2008
Paul R. McHugh
School of Medicine
Bill Clinton Book
© Sep 2008
John D. Gartner
School of Medicine

© Sep 2008
Zbigniew Brzezinski
Nitze School of
Advanced International Studies
Ideas for America's Future
© August 2008
Jeffrey P. Bialos
Nitze School of
Advanced International Studies
The Civility Solution
© Jun 2008
P. M. Forni
JH Civility Project
The Summer of the Naked Swim Parties
© May 2008
Jessica Anya Blau
Writing Seminars
Secrets of the Hoary Deep
© May 2008
Riccardo Giacconi
Physics & Astronomy

© May 2008
Janine Tucker
Athletic Center
The Three Faces of Chinese Power
© Apr 2008
David M. Lampton
Nitze School of
Advanced International Studies
Take the Risk by Benjamin Carson
© Jan 2008
Benjamin Carson
School of Medicine
Falk book
© Jan 2008
Erika Falk
School of Arts & Sciences
Advanced Academic Programs
Rethinking the Medieval Senses
© Dec 2007
Stephen G. Nichols
Romance Languages & Literatures
Why Cooperate
© Aug 2007
Scott Barrett
Nitze School of
Advanced International Studies
Democracy's Good Name
© Aug 2007
Michael Mandelbaum
Nitze School of
Advanced International Studies
The American Lie
© Jul 2007
Benjamin Ginsberg
Political Science
Illusion of Certainty: Health Benefits and Risks
© Jun 2007
Edward Bouwer
Erik Rifkin
Geography & Environmental Engineering
Capitalism without Democracy
© August 2007
Kellee Tsai
Department of Political Science
Presidential Power
© Apr 2007
Matthew Crenson
Benjamin Ginsberg
Department of Political Science
The Accidental Mind
© Mar 2007
David J. Linden
School of Medicine

© Mar 2007
Zbigniew Brzezinski
Nitze School of
Advanced International Studies

© Feb 2007
James Mann
Nitze School of
Advanced International Studies

© Jan 2007
David Bell
Department of History

© Jan 2007
Caroline Fohlin
Department of Economics

© Dec 2006
Dave Smith
Writing Seminars

© Dec 2006
Mary P. Ryan
Department of History

© Dec 2006
Simon Jarvis
Department of English

© Oct 2006
Richard Halpern
Department of English

© Oct 2006
Jean McGarry
Writing Seminars

© Sep 2006
Charles Gati
Nitze School of
Advanced International Studies

© Sep 2006
Katrina Bell McDonald
Sociology

© Sep 2006
Alice McDermott
Writing Seminars
Avi Rubin
© Sep 2006
Aviel D. Rubin
JH Information Security Institute
Melvin Kohn
© Aug 2006
Melvin L. Kohn
Department of Sociology

© Aug 2006
Andrea Prosperetti
Mechanical Engineering
Fouad Ajami
© Jul 2006
Fouad Ajami
Nitze School of
Advanced International Studies

© Jun 2006
Stephen J. Campbell
History of Art

© Jun 2006
David Pietramala
Athletic Center

© Apr 2006
Eduardo González
Romance Languages and Literatures

© Apr 2006
Ann Finkbeiner
Writing Seminars

© Apr 2006
Paul A. Kramer
Department of History
Francis Fukuyama
© Mar 2006
Francis Fukuyama
Nitze School of
Advanced International Studies

© Jan 2006
Mary Habeck
Nitze School of
Advanced International Studies

© Dec 2005
Paul R. McHugh
School of Medicine
The Case for Goliath
© Nov 2005
Michael Mandelbaum
Nitze School of
Advanced International Studies

© Oct 2005
Dave Smith
Writing Seminars

© Sep 2005
Stephen Dixon
Writing Seminars

© Aug 2005
I. William Zartman
Nitze School of
Advanced International Studies

© Jun 2005
Esther Brimmer
Nitze School of
Advanced International Studies

© Apr 2005
Gabrielle Spiegel
Department of History
Hypomanic_Edge
© Mar 2005
John D. Gartner
School of Medicine

© Jan 2005
Daniel S. Hamilton
Nitze School of
Advanced International Studies

© 2004
Dariush Dehghan
Language Teaching Center

© Sep 2004
Stephen F. Szabo
Nitze School of
Advanced International Studies
Exuberance!
© Sep 2004
Kay Redfield Jamison
School of Medicine
Exuberance!
© Aug 2004
Larzer Ziff
Department of English
Baltimore Architecture
© Jul 2004
Frank Shivers
School of Professional
Studies in Business and
Education
Michael Mandelbaum
© Jun 2004
Michael Mandelbaum
Nitze School of
Advanced International Studies
France and Holy Land
© May 2004
Daniel Weiss
History of Art
Richard Kagan
© May 2004
Richard Kagan
Department of History
Making Government Manageable
© May 2004
Benjamin Ginsberg
Department of Political Science
Francis Fukuyama
© Apr 2004
Francis Fukuyama
Nitze School of
Advanced International Studies
Zbigniew Brzezinski
© Mar 2004
Zbigniew Brzezinski
Nitze School of
Advanced International Studies
Larry Gostin
© Feb 2004
Lawrence O. Gostin
Bloomberg School of Public Health
W. Barksdale Maynard
© Jan 2004
W. Barksdale Maynard
History of Art
Donald Oberdorfer
© Oct 2003
Donald Oberdorfer
Nitze School of
Advanced International Studies
davies
© Oct 2003
Tristan Davies
Writing Seminars
Osler
© May 2003
Alan Cheng, Aimee Zaas
School of Medicine
Pearson
© Mar 2003
Charles Pearson
School of Advanced
International Studies
Lolita
© Mar 2003
Azar Nafisi
School of Advanced
International Studies
Avi Rubin
© Feb 2003
Aviel D. Rubin
JH Information Security Institute
barrett
© Feb 2003
Scott Barrett
School of Advanced
International Studies
Child of My Heart
© Nov 2002
Alice McDermott
Writing Seminars
Health After 50
© Oct 2002
Simeon Margolis
Department of Medicine
Great Transformations
© Sep 2002
Mark Blyth
Department of Political Science
Downsizing Democracy
© Sep 2002
Matthew A. Crenson
Benjamin Ginsberg
Department of Political Science
The Ideas that Conquered the World
© Sep 2002
Michael Mandelbaum
Nitze School of
Advanced International Studies
Heal Your Headache
© Aug 2002
David Buchholz
Department of Neurology
Getting By on the Minimum
© Aug 2002
Jennifer Johnson
Department of Sociology
Anywhere, Anytime
© Jul 2002
Louis Galambos
Department of History
Bioterrorism
© Jul 2002
D.A. Henderson
Bloomberg School of Public Health

© Jul 2002
Kellee Tsai
Department of Political Science
Germs
© Jun 2002
Wayne Biddle
Writing Seminars
Supreme Command
© Jun 2002
Eliot A. Cohen
Nitze School of
Advanced International Studies
I
© Jun 2002
Stephen Dixon
Writing Seminars
Dream Date
© May 2002
Jean McGarry
Writing Seminars
Comprehensive Reform for Urban High Schools
© Apr 2002
Nettie E. Legters, Robert Balfanz,
Will T. Jordan, James M. McPartland
Center for the Social Organization of Schools
Our Posthuman Future
© Apr 2002
Francis Fukuyama
Nitze School of
Advanced International Studies
Headling Heartburn
© Apr 2002
Lawrence Cheskin, Brian Lacy
School of Medicine
Keep Your Brain Young
© Mar 2002
Guy McKhann
Mind-Brain Institute
Robert Roper
© Mar 2002
Robert Roper
Writing Seminars
Understanding Depression
© Feb 2002
J. Raymond DePaulo Jr.
Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Choosing Civility
© Feb 2002
P. M. Forni
Department of Romance Languages
Demon Lovers
© Feb 2002
Walter Stephens
Department of Romance Languages
Sex: A Natural
History
© Jan 2002
Joanne Ellison Rodgers
Johns Hopkins Medicine
Opera A History in Documents
© Jan 2001
Pierro Weiss
Peabody Institute
Camelot at Dawn
© Nov 2001
Anne Garside
Peabody Institute
How to Do Things with Tears
© May 2001
Allen Grossman
Department of English
Genocide in Rwanda
© May 2001
Alan Kuperman
School of Advanced
International Studies
 

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