The latest alumni publications.

Hemming the Water (Four Way Books), by Yona Harvey (B.A. ’96), channels the author’s muse, jazz composer and pianist Mary Lou Williams, while describing the futility of trying to mend or...

Hemming the Water

The Paralyzed Heart (CreateSpace), by Elaine Joyce (B.A. ’71), is a mystery novel about a paralyzed woman who tries to find the identities of the perpetrators of an attack on the company where...

The Paralyzed Heart

Liberating Minds Liberating Society: Black Women in the Development of American Culture and Society (CreateSpace), Eds. Lopez D. Matthews Jr. (M.A. ’06; Ph.D. ’09) and Kenvi C. Phillips (M.A. ’05...

Liberating Minds Liberating Society: Black Women in the Development of American Culture and Society

The Speed of Our Lives (BlazeVOX), by Grace C. Ocasio (B.A. ’86), is a collection of poems that offers a glimpse into the lives of historical figures from the 17th century to the 20th century...

The Speed of Our Lives

Diversity Consciousness (Pearson), by Richard D. Bucher (Ph.D. ’83), introduces a perspective that is often absent in academic courses and workplace training, while examining the relationship...

Diversity Consciousness

Days of Purpose & Destiny (CreateSpace), by Tiara Wilkinson (B.A. ’03), is a 21-day devotional guide to self-discovery that aims to motivate readers to forego procrastination and indecision...

Days of Purpose & Destiny

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