A bit more reading on September 11
There were a few books that did not make our display on "Understanding Our World After September 11." This was mostly due to space restrictions. I have decided to share some of those titles here with our readers in case they want some more things to read. This is a list of books we have here at the Library that did not make it to the display case. I did pull these books and look them over, so I can at least tell folks that they are worth a look. They are listed with their call numbers, but in no particular order. You can find these in the library's General Collection on the third floor :
- Just War Against Terror: the Burden of American Power by Jean Bethke Elshtain (HV 6432 .E427 2004).
- In the Wake of 9/11: the Psychology of Terror by Thomas A. Pyszczynski (HV 6432 .P97 2003).
- What is Life Worth?: The Unprecedented Effort to Compensate the Victims of 9/11 by Kenneth R. Feinberg (KF 1328 .F45 2005).
- Islam, Fundamentalism, and the Betrayal of Tradition: Essays by Western Muslim Scholars edited by Joseph E. Lumbard (BP 60 .I7848 2004).
- Good Muslim, Bad Muslim: America, the Cold War, and the Roots of Terror by Mahmood Mamdani (E 840 .M346 2004).
- Longitudes and Attitudes: the World in the Age of Terrorism by Thomas L. Friedman (HV 6432 .F75 2003B).