Choice: Current Reviews for Academic Libraries
About the Cover: Landmark College Library, Landmark College, Putney, VT. Jennifer Lann, director of library services. Blake Gardner, photographer.
Editorial: Other Worlds. Mark Cummings recalls his experiences discovering cities through their bookstores, and how they both enhanced and inspired his travels.
Guest of Choice: Libraries and Consortia in the Context of a Publisher's Strategy, by Joseph J. Esposito
Bibliographic Essay: Beyond Vietnam and Watergate: Rethinking the 1970s, by Derek Charles Catsam. In recent years there has been a virtual explosion of writing on the 1970s from both scholars and other writers who have come to realize that far from being a wasteland, those years can help explain how the United States got where it is today. Looking beyond Vietnam and Watergate, this essay will focus especially on the period from 1974 until the inauguration of President Ronald Reagan in 1981 to provide a perspective on the writing about a too often misunderstood and overlooked era.
New and Forthcoming Political Science & Economics Publications, 2015–2016. This feature highlights forthcoming titles scheduled for publication from the late summer of 2015 through 2016. Each of the titles on the list was suggested by the publisher and then selected by Choice for its relevance to undergraduate curricula.
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