By Sandra M. Gilbert '68GSAS
From the recipe novel to the celebrity chef, renown scholar Sandra Gilbert explores the poetics and politics of food.
About Sandra M. Gilbert
Sandra M. Gilbert has published numerous volumes of criticism as well as collections of poetry and a memoir. A Distinguished Professor of English emerita at the University of California, Davis, she lives in Berkeley, California.
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|Title||Author name||Affiliation||School||Class Year||Genre||Subject|
||Dirty Little Secrets of Family Business: How to Successfully Navigate Family Business Conflict and Transition||Henry Hutcheson||Alumni||Business||1996||Non-fiction||
Business and Economics
Research & Studies
||The Third Coast: When Chicago Built the American Dream||Thomas Dyja||Alumni||Columbia College||Non-fiction||History|
||Clinical Work with Substance Abusing Clients (3rd Ed)||Shulamith Lala Straussner||Alumni||Social Work||Non-fiction||Medical|
||Columbia University in Pictures: Postcards||Lenny Pridatko||Alumni||School of International and Public Affairs||Non-fiction||
||War Innovations of C.F. Martin and His Contemporaries||Peter Szego||Alumni||Columbia College||Non-fiction||Music|
||Artful Murder in the Hamptons||Robert Lockwood||Alumni||General Studies||Fiction||
||Degraded Work: The Struggle at the Bottom of the Labor Market||Marc Doussard||Alumni||Columbia College||Non-fiction||Political Science|
||The Smartphone: Anatomy of an Industry||Elizabeth Woyke||Alumni||Journalism||Non-fiction||Business and Economics|
||Washington Baseball from 1859 to the 2012 National League East Champions||Frederic Frommer||Alumni||Journalism||Non-fiction||
Sports and Recreation
||Approach to Getting Your Mind to Go from "Huh?" to "Hmm" to "Aha!"||Robert Eidelberg||Alumni||Journalism||Non-fiction||Education|