A Sample of Our Alumni of Words

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With one each of the many books they’ve written or co-written

George Turrell ’48, The Light-Blue Scarf

Michael Munk ’52, Portland: The Red Guide, Site & Stories of Our Radical Past

William Hagen ’59, Germans, Poles and Jews: the Nationality Conflict in the Prussian East, 1772–1914

Jeffrey Wallmann ’59, The Western: Parables of the American Dream

Andrew Schoedinger ’61, Our Philosophical Heritage

Willard Rowland ’62, The Politics of TV Violence

Charlotte Digregorio ’71, Beginners’ Guide to Writing and Selling Quality Features

Michele Glazer ’73, Aggregate of Disturbances

Ted Kaye ’73, Good Flag, Bad Flag: How to Design a Great Flag

Susan Meikle Mandell ’74, A Historical Survey of Transit Buses in the United States

Sally Bachman ’75, freelance writer on social issues

Margaret Park Bridges ’75, I Love the Rain

Mike Hiestand ’75, sports columnist, USA Today

Lisa Peters-Wakefield ’75, John Twachtman: An American Impressionist

William Peniston ’77, Pederasts and Others: Urban Culture and Sexual Identity in Nineteenth-Century Paris

Lee McIntyre ’80, Dark Ages, the Case for a Science of Human Behavior

Anna Peterson ’81, Martyrdom and the Politics of Religion

David Shipley ’81, Send, The Essential Guide to Email for Office and Home

Toby Hecht ’82, After Life

Una Choi Coales ’83, Turn Back Your Body Clock

Joe Greeley ’83, Watery Highways, Trade and Travel in Colonial Chesapeake

Susanne Freidberg ’84, French Beans and Food Scares: Culture and Commerce in an Anxious Age

Andrea U’Ren ’86, Mary Smith

Shannon Jones ’88, Speak Freely: Aspects of Voice and Communication

Erik Barmack ’91, Why Fantasy Football Matters (And Our Lives Do Not)

Miranda Beverly-Whittemore ’95, Set Me Free