The latest alumni publications.

A Community of Voices on Education and the African American Experience: A Record of Struggles and Triumphs (Cambridge Scholars Publishing), edited by Hazel Arnett Ervin (Ph.D. ’93) and Lois...

A Community of Voices on Education and the African American Experience: A Record of Struggles and Triumphs

Bury Me Come Sunday Afternoon (Quramo Publishing), by Nike Campbell-Fatoki (B.A. ’99), is a short-story collection that depicts the struggles of young, ambitious and hardworking Nigerians abroad...

Bury Me Come Sunday Afternoon

Ambitions of a Bison (Blind Ambition Publishing), by Ira Porter (B.A. ’03), is a fictional tale of the ways in which the lives of five Howard students intertwine.

Ambitions of a Bison

American Shero (First Edition Design Publishing), by Courtney Long (B.F.A. ’89), uses humor to give an honest look at the politics of romantic relationships in modern society.

American Shero

For Lovers Only: A Cookbook and More (Sherry Winston), by Sherry Winston (Mus.B. ’68), includes romantic food and drink recipes for two, along with recommendations for atmosphere and music to set...

For Lovers Only: A Cookbook and More

Eliminating Inequities for Women With Disabilities: An Agenda for Health and Wellness (American Psychological Association), by Shari E. Miles-Cohen (M.S. ’92; Ph.D. ’98) and Caroline Signore...

Eliminating Inequities for Women With Disabilities: An Agenda for Health and Wellness

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