Edited by alumni

Bernie Kosar – Learning to Scramble

By Bernie Kosar with Craig Stout ’70. Cleveland Landmarks Press, September 2017. With the help of Craig Stout, Bernie Kosar relates how he overcame a variety of challenges both during and after his college and professional football career. Continue reading »

We Were Walimu Once and Young

Cover of book showing students in snapshots reading and studying.

 Edited by E. Brooks Goddard ’63. Jugum Press, May 2017. Available on Amazon. In the early 1960s—while young people were inspired by President Kennedy, civil rights advanced in the USA, and the Cold War overheated—575 US and 200 UK teachers went to East Africa. These walimu—Swahili for… Continue reading »

Group Insurance, 7th Edition

                  Edited by Dan Swkire ’91, with associate editor Margaret (Donavan) Cormier ’94, et al. ACTEX, May 2016. A comprehensive treatment of all aspects of group insurance in the United States and Canada. Continue reading »

Robert Mapplethorpe: The Photographs

By Paul Martineau ’02 (Art History Masters Program). J. Paul Getty Museum. March 2016. An examination of the photographs of Robert Mapplethorpe, based on the collection of the J. Paul Getty Museum and the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. This book also features essays by Philip Gefter,… Continue reading »

Advancing Engagement: A Handbook for Academic Museums

Edited by Stefanie Spray Jandl, MA ’93 and Mark S. Gold. Museums Etc. 2014. The third volume of the museum studies series A Handbook for Academic Museums, this book’s essays were contributed by museum professionals in the U.S. and the U.K. and examine successful programs that enrich object-based learning in college… Continue reading »

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