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Faculty Emeritus Books

Mark Blasius

Gay and Lesbian Politics: Sexuality and the Emergence of a New Ethic
(Temple University Press, 1995)

We Are Everywhere: A Historical Sourcebook in Gay and Lesbian Politics
(Routledge, 1997)

Sexual Identities, Queer Politics
(Princeton University Press, 2001)

Randolph Braham L.

The Politics of Genocide
(Columbia University Press, 1980)

Studies on the Holocaust: Selected Writings, vol. I & II
(East European Monographs, 2000)

Other titles by Randolph Braham include:
The Eichmann Case: A Source Book; The Hungarian Labor Service System, 1939-1945; Jews in the Communist World: A Bibliography, 1945-1960; The Educational System in Hungary; The Educational System in Romania; Eichmann and the Destruction of Hungarian Jewery and numerous others.

Titles edited by Randolph Braham include:
Contemporary Views on the Holocaust; The Nazi's Last Victims: The Holocaust in Hungary; The Tragedy of Romanian Jewery; Soviet Politics and Government: A Reader; Jewish Leadership During the Nazi Era: Patterns of Behavior in the Free World; The Treatment of the Holocaust in Textbooks: The Federal Republic of Germany, Israel, the United States of America; The Vatican and the Holocaust; The USSR After 50 Years: Promise and Reality; Genocide and Retribution: An Aspect of the Holocaust in Hungary; The Origins of the Holocaust: Christian Anti-Semetism and numerous others.

Bernard Brown

Comparative Politics: Notes and Readings
(Wadsworth Publishing, 2005)

Socialism of a Different Kind: Reshaping the Left in France
(Greenwood Press, 1982)

Introduction to Comparative Government
co-authors Michael Curtis, Martin C. Needler, Roger E. Kanet, Joseph Fewsmith, et al.
(Longman, 2002)

Other titles by Bernard Brown include:
The Role of Symbols in Religious Epistemology: A Study in the Religious Philosophies of Josiah Royce and Paul Tillich and Great American Political Thinkers; The American Political Systems: Notes and Readings (co-authored with John C. Wahlke); American Conservatives: The Political Thought of Francis Leiber and John W. Burgess and Protest in Paris: Anatomy of a Revolt.

Titles edited by Bernard Brown include:

Great American Political Thinkers and Eurocommunism & Eurosocialism: The Left Confronts Modernity.

Robert Engler

The Politics of Oil: A Study of Private Power and Democratic Directions
(University of Chicago Press, 1976)

Other titles by Robert Engler include:

The Brotherhood of Oil: Energy Policy and the Public Interest.

Titles edited by Robert Engler include:
America's Energy: Reports from the Nation on 100 Years of Struggles for the Democratic Control of Our Resources.

Diana Gordon

The Return of the Dangerous Classes: Drug Prohibition and Policy Politics
(Norton, 1994)

The Justice Juggernaut: Fighting Street Crime, Controlling Citizens (Crime, Law and Deviance)
(Rutgers University Press, 1990)

Transformation and Trouble: Crime, Justice and Participation in Democratic South Africa
(University of Michigan Press, 2006)

Other titles by Diana Gordon include:
City Limits: Barriers to Change in an Urban Environment; Toward Realistic Reform: A Commentary of Proposals for Change in New York City's Criminal Justice System; Doing Violence to the Crime Problem: A Response to the Attorney General's Task Force.

Andrew Hacker

Mismatch: The Growing Gulf Between Women and Men
(Scribner, 2003)

Money: Who Has How Much and Why
(Scribner, 1997)

Two Nations: Black and White, Separate, Hostile, Unequal
(Scribner, 2003)

Other titles by Andrew Hacker include:

The End of the American Era; US: A Statistical Portrait of the American People; Political Theory: Philosophy, Ideology, Science; Congressional Districting: The Issue of Equal Representation; The Study of Politics: The Western Tradition and American Origins; The Corporation Takeover; Free Enterprise in America; The New Yorkers: A Profile of an American Metropolis; The Study of Politics: The Western Tradition and American Origins ; and Federalist Paper.

Titles edited by Andrew Hacker include:
The Corporation Take-Over and U.S.: A Statistical Portrait of the American People (co-edited with Lorrie Millman).

Tom Karis

From Protest to Challenge: A Documentary History of African Politics in South Africa, volume 5, Nadir and Resurgence, 1964-1979 (chief author and editor) Indiana University Press, 1997

South Africa: Time Running Out (chapter on "Black Challenge") in The Report of the Study Commission on U. S. Policy toward Southern Africa (University of California Press, 1981)

South Africa's Transkei: The Politics of Domestic Colonialism (co-author with Carter & Stultz) Northwestern University Press, 1967

The Treason Trial in South Africa (Hoover Institution, 1965)

In the From Protest to Challenge series, volume 1 is Protest and Hope, 1882-1934; volume 2 is Hope and Challenge, 1935-1952; volume 3 is Challenge and Violence, 1953-1964. volume 4 is Political Profiles, 1882-1964. All published by the Hoover Institution Press. Volume 5 noted above. [Volume 6, Challenge and Victory, 1980-1990 is by my colleague, Gail Gerhart, published by Indiana University Press.]

Chapters in other books. Also articles in the American Political Science Review, Political Science Quarterly, and in other periodicals including Foreign Affairs: "Revolution in the Making: Black Politics in South Africa" (Winter 1983/84) and "South African Liberation: The Communist Factor" (Winter 1986/87).

Howard Lentner

Foreign Policy Analysis: A Comparative and Conceptual Approach
(Charles E. Merrill Publishing Company, 1974)

International Politics: Theory and Practice
(West Group, 1996)

Power and Politics in Globalization: The Indispensable State
(Routledge, 2004)

State Formation in Central America: The Struggle for Autonomy, Development and Democracy
(Greenwood, 1993)

Titles edited by Howard Lentner include:
Hegemony and Power: Consensus and Coercion in Contemporary Politics and Power in Contemporary Politics: Theories, Practices, Globalizations.

Essays by Howard Lentner include:
"A Realist's View of Ethics," American Foreign Policy Interests 33, July-August 2011, 153-57.

Signed encyclopedia articles by Howard Lentner include:
"Globalization," World History Encyclopedia, edited by Alfred J. Andrea and Carolyn Neel, ABC-CLIO/Greenwood, 2011, Era 9, 431-32; "Hegemony" (3: 720-21) and "Power" (4: 1330-33), The Encyclopedia of Political Science, edited by George Thomas Kurian, CQ Press, 2011.

Jill Norgren

American Cultural Pluralism and Law,
co-authored with Serena Nanda
(Praeger, 1996)

The Cherokee Cases: Two Landmark Federal Decisions in the Fight for Sovereignty
(University of Oklahoma Press, 2004)

Partial Justice: Federal Indian Law in a Liberal-Constitutional System
co-authored with Petra Shattuck
(Berg, 1991)

Belva Lockwood: The Woman Who Would be President
(New York University Press, 2007)

W. Ofuatey - Kodjoe

Titles by W. Ofuatey-Kodjoe include:
The Principle of Self-Determination in International Law and The State of the United Nations, 1992 (co-authored with Albert Legault and Craig Murphy).

Titles edited by W. Ofuatey-Kodjoe include:
Pan-Africanism: New Directions in Strategy.

Harry Psomiades

The Eastern Question
The Last Phase: A Study in Greek-Turkish Diplomacy
(Institute for Balkan Studies, 1968)

Foreign Interference in Greek Politics: An Historical Perspective,
co-authored with Couloumbis and Petropulos
(Pella Publishing Company, 1976)

Greece and the New Balkans: Challenges and Opportunities,
co-authored with Coufoudakis and Gerolymatos
(Pella Publishing Company, 1999)

Greece, the New Europe, and the Changing International Order
(Pella Publishing Company, 1993)

Other titles by Harry Psomiades include:
Education and Greek Americans: Process and Prospects; The Ecumenical Patriarchate Under the Turkish Republic: The First Ten Years; The Ecumenical Patriarchate in Captivity: Problems and Prospects and The Economic and Social Transformation of Modern Greece.

Titles edited by Harry Psomiades include:
Education and Greek Americans: Process and Prospects (co-edited with Spyros P. Orfanos and John Spiridakis); Greek American Families: Traditions and Transformations (co-edited with Alice Scourby) and The Greek American Community in Transition (co-edited with Adam J.Tsemberis and Anna Karpathakis).

Peter Ranis

Argentine Workers: Peronism and Contemporary Class Consciousness
(University of Pittsburg Press, 1992)

Class, Democracy and Labor in Contemporary Argentina
(Transaction Publishers, revised 1995)

Other titles by Peter Ranis include:
Five Latin American Nations: A Comparative Study.


Benjamin Rivlin

Titles by Benjamin Rivlin include:
The Italian Colonies and the General Assembly; The United Nations and the Italian Colonies; The Middle East and North Africa and The Contemporary Middle East: Tradition and Innovation.

Titles edited by Benjamin Rivlin include:

The Challenging Role of the UN Secretary-General: Making "The Most Impossible Job in the World" Possible (co-edited with Gordenker) and Ralph Bunche: The Man and His Times.

Edward V. Schneier

Congress Today,
co-authored with
Bertraam Gross
(Palgrave Macmillan, 1993)

Crafting Constitutional Democracies
(Rowman & Littlefield, 2006)

Legislative Strategy: Shaping Public Policy,
co-authored with
Bertram Gross
(Palgrave Macmillan, 1993)

New York Politics: A Tale of Two States,
co-authored with Brian Murtaugh
(M.E. Sharpe, 2001)

Titles edited by Edward V. Schneier include:
Policy-making in American Government

Philippa Strum

Brandeis: Beyond Progressivism
(University Press of Kansas, 1995)

Louis D. Brandeis: Justice for the People
(Schocken, 1989)

Privacy: The Debate in the United States Since 1945
(Holt Rinehart and Winston, 1997)

Women in the Barracks: The VMI Case and Equal Rights
(University Press of Kansas, 2002)

Other titles by Philippa Strum include:
The Supreme Court and Political Questions; American Arabs and Political Participation; On Studying Political Science (co-authored with Michael Shmidman); The Women are Marching: The Second Sex and the Palestinian Revolution and Presidential Power and American Democracy.

Titles edited by Philippa Strum include:
Muslims in the United States; Brandeis on Democracy and American Arabs and Political Participation.

Robert R. Sullivan

Political Hermeneutics: The Early Thinking of Hans-Georg Gadamer
(Pennsylvania State University Press, 1989)

Liberalism and Crime
(Lexington Books, 2000)

Titles edited by Robert R. Sullivan include:
Crime, Risk and Justice: The Politics of Crime Control in Liberal Democracies (co-edited with Kevin Stenson).

Donald Zagoria

The Sino-Soviet Conflict, 1956-1961
(Atheneum, 1964)

Titles edited by Donald Zagoria include:
Soviet Policy in East Asia; Breaking the China-Taiwan Impasse; Vietnam Triangle: Moscow, Peking, Hanoi and Communist China and the Soviet Bloc.

Burton Zweibach

Titles by Burton Zweibach include:
Common Life: Ambiguity, Agreement and the Structure of Morals and Civility and Disobedience.