Edited by faculty
Edited by C. Ondine Chavoya, associate professor of art, and Rita Gonzalez. Hatje Cantz, 2012. The fully illustrated, 432-page, award-winning catalogue to accompany the exhibition of the same name, which opened at the Williams College Museum of Art in February 2012. More information about the making of the book can be found here.
Edited by Gene H. Bell-Villada, Professor of Romance Languages et al. Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2011. In this collection, which includes essays by Bell-Villada and Leyla Rouhi, John B. McCoy and John T. McCoy Professor of Romance Languages, writers from around the world address complex issues presented by growing up a “global nomad.” Considering topics that more »
Edited by Mérida M. Rúa, associate professor of Latina/o studies and American studies. University of Illinois Press, 2011. An examination of the constructions of space and identity among Latinos, building upon the classic work of anthropologist Elena Padilla.
By T. Nelson Dale, geology professor from 1893-1901. Connecticut Academy of Arts & Sciences, 2009. The pioneering New England geologist’s autobiography, uncovered 60 years after his death, is edited by Reinhard A. Wobus, the Edna McConnell Clark Professor of Geology.
Atlas of Coastal Ecosystems in the Western Gulf of California: Tracking Limestone Deposits on the Margin of a Young Sea
Edited by Markes E. Johnson, the Charles L. MacMillan Professor of Natural Science, et al. The University of Arizona Press, 2009. An atlas and CD-ROM with satellite images capture natural cycles in the fertility of the Gulf of California and reveal how the role of marine invertebrates was greatly underestimated in the past. more »