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African American Studies and African Studies
New and recently published works of African-American and African history, politics & society; literature and drama; race studies and civil rights; sociology and cultural criticism.

Art and Architecture
New and recently published works in art, design and architecture, including performing arts and film.

Asian Studies
New and recently published works in the areas of Asian history, politics, society and literature. Areas of interest include Asian-American studies; China and Tibet; India/Sri Lanka; Japan; Language Instruction; Religion and Philosophy; Southeast Asia and Vietnam.

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First-Year and Common Reading
New and recently published fiction and non-fiction books appropriate for First-Year and Common Reading programs. The books suggested here should help initiate reflection and discussion among your incoming first-year students, who will begin their academic lives with a shared experience. They'll be prepared to discuss the stories of others and, thus, ready to share their own.

Gender Studies
Information regarding recently published works in the fields of Women's Studies and Gay Studies, including history, politics, literature, sexuality, psychology and sociology.

New and recently published works in all areas of American and World history, including Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, Africa, Asia and Australia, the Middle East, military history and women's history.

Latino Studies
New and recently published works of Latin American and Caribbean history, politics & society; literature and drama; Latino studies; sociology and cultural criticism.

The latest information on new titles relating to literature from around the world covering: fiction; drama; poetry; literary criticism and history; biography and memoirs; folklore and fairy tales; language and linguistics; anthologies.

Middle Eastern Studies
New and recently published works of Middle Eastern history, politics & society; literature, drama and poetry; religion; anthropology; sociology; and gender studies.

Military History
New and recently published books in military affairs from throughout world and American history including historical and fictional accounts, analysis, strategy and tactics, and memoirs. Titles dealing with the major conflicts of the twentieth-century and the American Civil War are strongly represented.

Political Science
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