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Dyson Year In Review 15-16

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BOOKS FROM THE DYSON COLLEGE FACULTY TO ADD TO YOUR LIBRARY DANGEROUS DIGESTION: THE POLITICS OF AMERICAN DIETARY ADVICE by E. Melanie DuPuis 2015 University of California Press DuPuis's ingestive metaphors on society and political systems might finally turn politics into a topic of polite conversation at the table. WHO IS WORTHY OF PROTECTION?: GENDER-BASED ASYLUM AND U.S. IMMIGRATION POLITICS by Meghana Nayak 2015 Oxford University Press Nayak tackles the understudied topic of gender-based asylum and, in the process, enlightens our view of gender violence and persecution. WHAT IT IS LIKE: NEW AND SELECTED POEMS by Charles North 2011 Hanging Loose Press North takes the reader on a witty and adventurous ride that makes the reader see city life in a whole new way. CLASSICS WITH A TOUCH OF JAZZ: 27 BELOVED MASTERPIECES FOR SOLO PIANO by Lee Evans 2016 Hal Leonard Corporation Evans arranges classical masterpieces in a unique and accessible style that will cure your jazz phobia. CRITICAL INSIGHTS FILM: BONNIE AND CLYDE edited by Rebecca Martin 2016 Salem Press Martin offers a scholarly approach to the classic gangster-duo film. JEAN-RHYS: TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY APPROACHES co-edited by Erica Johnson 2015 Edinburgh University Press Johnson elevates Caribbean novelist Jean Rhys's centrality to both modernism and postcolonial literature through an examination of her stories and novels from the 1920s and 1930s. 2015–16 | 21

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