The latest alumni publications.

Grandma Julia Book Cover with old photography of woman holding child's hands.

Grandma Julia (Telemachus Press LLC), by Ann Y. Tyler (B.F.A. ’61, M.A. ’76) , recounts the life of Grandma Julia. A woman who raised 10 children, Julia Mae Jones Eastman was fervently determined...

How to Pay for College When You’re Broke! book cover with money and a graduation cap in the background.

How to Pay for College When You’re Broke! The Ultimate Guide for Students and Families to Finance a Post-secondary Education (College Gurl), by Jessica L. Brown (B.A. ’12) , reveals a variety of...

Fitness Dawgs Book Cover

Introducing the Fitness DAWGS (FitnessDAWGS LLC), by Kim Evans (B.A. ’78) and Addie Briggs (B.A. ’92) , aims to reduce childhood obesity through educating children about the ways that diet and...

From the Banana Zones to the Big Easy: West Indian and Central American Immigration to New Orleans, 1910-1940 (LSU Press) by Glenn A. Chambers (M.A. ’02, Ph.D. ’06) , focuses on the immigration...

From Whence They Came

From Whence We Came: A History of the African American Kinslers (independently published), researched by Brenda K. Kinsler (B.A. ’76) and authored by Cynthia P. White, Ed.D., gives voice to the...

Our Own Way in This Part of the World: Biography of an African American Community, Culture and Nation (Duke University Press Books), by Kwasi Konadu (Ph.D. ’04) . This book centers on Kofi Donko...

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