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Sons of East Tennessee: Civil War Veterans Divided and Reconciled

By Jack Brubaker ’66


This book recounts the meeting of two families from opposing sides of the Civil War, placing their story in the context of America’s reconciliation narrative at the end of the 19th century. A native of Lancaster County, Brubaker writes a column on local history and culture for LNP, the daily newspaper in Lancaster. He is a retired investigative reporter and is a regular contributor to Pennsylvania Magazine. This is his seventh book.

Mercy Street

By Jennifer Haigh ’90


The highly anticipated new novel by Haigh, an acclaimed New York Times bestselling author who was called “a gifted chronicler of the human condition” by Washington Post Book World, is a tense, riveting story about the disparate lives that intersect at a women’s clinic in Boston.

In Her Defense

By Amy Impellizzeri ’92


In Her Defense is the first book of a new legal drama series by reformed corporate litigator turned award-winning author Impellizzeri. Each book features an unlikely heroine taking on the corruption and backdoor politics in a New York City suburb small enough for everyone to know each other’s secrets ... but few do.

Managing Arts Organizations

By David Andrew Snider ’93

Rowman & Littlefield

Snider draws on 25 years of experience to share how arts managers, in the wake of COVID-19, can lead their organizations to survive and thrive. He provides a playbook for navigating arts management in this new era and seeks to inspire a new generation of arts managers.

Making Knowledge Management Clickable: Knowledge Management Systems Strategy, Design, and Implementation

By Zachary Wahl ’98 and Joseph Hilger


Wahl and Hilger have documented the collective experience they’ve gained from helping countless customers with knowledge-management projects. As co-founders of Enterprise Knowledge, they are writing as practitioners directly to other practitioners with the intent to enable them to apply and benefit from their knowledge and experience.

Read more from the spring 2022 issue of Dickinson Magazine.


Published May 19, 2022