The event is free and open to all, and complimentary refreshments will be provided.
David Large, professor of history in the Department of History and Philosophy, will give a special presentation about his new book, "Munich 1972: Tragedy, Terror, and Triumph at the Olympic Games," at 6:30 p.m.
Other authors from the college, their departments and the featured books, include: Prasanta S. Bandyopadhyay, history and philosophy, "Philosophy of Statistics, Volume 7 (Handbook of the Philosophy of Science);" Glen Chamberlain, English, "Conjugations of the Verb To Be: Stories;" Douglas Downs, English, "Writing about Writing: A College Reader;" Hua Li, modern languages and literatures, "Contemporary Chinese Fiction" by Su Tong and Yu Hua; David C.W. Parker, political science, "Doing Archival Research in Political Science;" Patricia Anne Simpson, modern languages and literatures, "Enlightened War: German Theories and Cultures of Warfare from Frederick the Great to Clausewitz" and "Cultures of Violence in the New German Street;" Wendy Stock, agricultural economics and economics, "Introduction to Economics: Social Issues and Economic Thinking;" and Philip F. Williams, modern languages and literatures, "The Thought Remolding Campaign of the Chinese Communist Party-State" and "Asian Literary Voices: From Marginal to Mainstream."
For more information, contact Jody Sanford at (406) 994-7791 or email@example.com or visit http://www.montana.edu/lettersandscience/authors.html.
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