New Great Reads from Duke Authors

New Great Reads from Duke Authors

Here are recently published and forthcoming books by Duke authors, from September and October:


Marc Zvi Brettler, co-author: “The Bible With and Without Jesus: How Jews and Christians Read the Same Stories Differently” Annotated Edition (HarperOne, Oct. 27, 2020)

Avshalom Caspi and Terrie E. Moffitt, co-authors: “The Origins of You: How Childhood Shapes Later Life” (Harvard University Press)

Samuel Fury Childs Daly:A History of the Republic of Biafra: Law, Crime, and the Nigerian Civil War” (Cambridge University Press)

John D. French: “Lula and His Politics of Cunning: From Metalworker to President of Brazil” (UNC Press)

Kerry Haynie, co-author: “Race, Gender, and Political Representation: Toward a More Intersectional Approach” (Oxford University Press, Oct. 16, 2020)

Robin Kirk: “The Hive Queen” (Bond Trilogy) (Blue Crow Books)

Kusum Knapczyk, co-author: “Reading Hindi: Novice to Intermediate” (Routledge)

Robert R. Korstad, co-author: “Fragile Democracy: The Struggle over Race and Voting Rights in North Carolina” (University of North Carolina Press)

Simon Miles: “Engaging the Evil Empire: Washington, Moscow, and the Beginning of the End of the Cold War” (Cornell University Press, October 2020)

James Moody, co-editor: “The Oxford Handbook of Social Networks” (Oxford University Press, Oct. 16)

Sumathi Ramaswamy: “Gandhi In the Gallery: The Art of Disobedience” Roli Books

Blair H. Sheppard: “Ten Years to Midnight: Four Urgent Global Crises and Their Strategic Solutions” (Berrett-Koehler)


New Editions

Stephen B. Chapman: “The Law and the Prophets: A Study in Old Testament Canon Formation” New Edition. (Baker Academic)

Kristin A. Goss: “The Paradox of Gender Equality: How American Women’s Groups Gained and Lost Their Public Voice” Second Edition. (University of Michigan Press)