of the mind
can't judge a book by its cover-but can you judge a course by
its reserve reading list? A browse of the Harper and Crerar electronic-reserves
catalogs brings up the following selections.
Social Self: On Being the Same and Different at the Same Time"
Marilynn B. Brewer. For the course Introduction to Social Psychology,
taught by John Cacioppo, the Tiffany & Margaret Blake distinguished
service professor in psychology.
Theory of Auctions and Competitive Bidding"
Paul R. Milgrom. For economics professor Philip Reny's Theory
of Auctions course.
Actress Scorns Wealth and Honour to Preserve Her Chastity"
Li Yu. For associate professor Judith Zeitlin's East Asian languages
& civilizations course Masterpieces of Chinese Literature.
Jim Crow: Southern Politics from Civil War to Civil Rights
by Jane Dailey, Glenda Elizabeth Gilmore, and Bryant Simon.
For associate professor Julie Saville's history course American
South as History.
Channels of Excitable Membranes"
Bertil Hille. For the biological-sciences course Cellular Neurobiology,
taught by associate professor of cardiology Dorothy A. Hanck.
Squat, Stand, and Stride: Function of Humanoid Feet"
By Russell H. Tuttle; Benedikt Hallgrimsson, AM'90,
PhD'95; and Tamara Stein, AM'95. For anthropology professor
Tuttle's course Comparative Primate Morphology.