The Leatherby Libraries is highlighting new e-books added to the collection, including titles that are published by Chapman faculty.
Professor Luke Nichter of the Wilkinson College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences is the author of The last Brahmin : Henry Cabot Lodge Jr. and the making of the Cold War and Richard Nixon and Europe. He also co-edited The Nixon tapes: 1973 and The Nixon tapes, 1971-1972.
Take a look at other featured books for May:
- Black aliveness, or a poetics of being
- Four hundred souls : a community history of African America, 1619-2019
- The hill we climb : an inaugural poem for the country
- The purpose of power : how we come together when we fall apart
- Black feminism reimagined : after intersectionality
- The grave on the wall
- Climate justice : hope, resilience, and the fight for a sustainable future
- How we get free : Black feminism and the Combahee River Collective
- Ecosystems of California
- Younger than that now : the politics of age in the 1960s
- A hidden history of film style : cinematographers, directors, and the collaborative process
Please Note: Some e-books may be unavailable for a period of time due to the number of users who can check-out the e-books simultaneously.
To read an e-book, click “Connect to electronic book” on the title page for the book you would like to read and log in using your Chapman or Brandman University credentials.