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Fine Print (Winter 2020)

Winter 2020 fine print bookshelf

Couples and Family Therapy in Clinical Practice

By Ira Glick ’57 (lead author)


Couples and Family Therapy in Clinical Practice has been the psychiatric and mental health clinician’s trusted companion for over four decades. This new fifth edition delivers the essential information that clinicians of all disciplines need to provide effective family-centered interventions for couples and families. Lead author Glick is professor emeritus of psychiatry at Stanford University School of Medicine.

Michelangelo, God’s Architect

By William Wallace ’74

Princeton University Press

This is the untold story of Michelangelo’s final decades when he came out of retirement at the behest of the pope to work on a dozen architectural projects including, most importantly, St. Peter’s Basilica. Wallace is the Barbara Murphy Bryant Distinguished Professor of Art History at Washington University in St. Louis. This is his fourth book on Michelangelo.

Breathe, Empower, Achieve

By Shonda Bear Moralis ’92

The Experiment

For so many women, work-life balance is a myth. Moralis, a psychotherapist, coaches readers through 50 “mindful breaks” that promote calm, bolster self-confidence and help you to set and conquer goals.

O Jackie!

By Alexander Carver ’95

J. New Books

In his debut novel, author, screenwriter and playwright Carver tells the story of a playwright obsessed with the glamour, glory and gloom of the Kennedy era. Called “wonderfully funny and stylish,” O Jackie! is a story about the internal and external chaos created when an artist with both a Superman and an inferiority complex chooses to be the person he wishes he was, instead of who he truly is.

Troy on Trial: An Intermediate Latin Reader

By Kristin Masters ’02 (author), Jared Meyer (editor)

Enchiridion Press

Masters has been an adjunct professor of Latin at Rowan University since 2010 and specializes in Roman history. She is the author of several articles, and Troy on Trial is her second textbook. By using the “eyewitness accounts” of later Latin works on the Trojan War, the book enables intermediate Latin students to develop critical reading skills while evaluating and analyzing the entirety of the war and its aftermath. 

Read more from the winter 2020 issue of Dickinson Magazine.



Published February 20, 2020