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The latest tomes from Pomona alumni and faculty

Litter Box
In his sixth chapbook, the poetry of Jefferson Carter ’65 grapples with, among other issues, adulthood and contemporary America.
Spork Press, 2005 • 32 pages • $14

A Star Chamber Court In Ireland: The Court of Castle Chamber, 1571-1641
Jon G. Crawford ’64 provides the first history of the Irish court of star chamber in Dublin, the Irish equivalent to the more celebrated English Star Chamber.
Four Courts Press, 2005 • 655 pages • $85

Image of the Sea: Oceanic Consciousness in the Romantic Century
Howard Isham ’42 speaks to the significance of the sea as a secular symbol of eternity and identifies its influence on the aesthetic expression of the 19th century.
Peter Lang, 2004 • 440 pages • $81.95

Yale Law School and the Sixties: Revolt and Reverberations
Laura Kalman ’74 examines student activism at Yale Law School in the late 1960s, when students challenged professors and institutional norms, and its impact on legal culture.
The University of North Carolina Press, 2005 • 488 pages • $49.95

Tyrannosaur Canyon
Douglas Preston ’78 takes readers through a world of cutting-edge science and chilling intrigue as an innocent bystander honors a dying man’s request by delivering a notebook filled with mysterious numbers to the man’s daughter.
Forge, 2005 • 368 pages • $24.95

The Logic of Sufficiency
Thomas Princen ’75 asks crucial questions about ecological constraint and suggests that a principle of sufficiency can guide modern society to a sustainable future.
The Massachusetts Institute of Technology Press, 2005 • 424 pages • $29

Unspeakable Acts
The Avant-Garde Theatre of Terayama Shuji and Postwar Japan

In this 20-year project, Carol Fisher Sorgenfrei ’69 studies the work of a controversial Japanese playwright.
University of Hawaii Press, 2005 • 340 pages • $45

Coincidences, Chaos, and All That Math Jazz:
Making Light of Weighty Ideas

Co-author and mathematician Michael Starbird ’70 informs by entertaining in this look at mathematics through examination of aspects of everyday life.
W.W. Norton & Company Inc., 2005 • 288 pages • $24.95

Cultures of Modernism: Marianne Moore, Mina Loy & Else Lasker-Schόler
Gender and Literary Community in New York and Berlin

Professor of English Cristanne Miller studies three women poets to illustrate how literary communities affect performances of subjectivity, gender, race and religion.
The University of Michigan Press, 2005 • 288 pages • $55

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