Alumnae AuthorO-Q

Alumnae Authors A-CAlumnae Authors D-G Alumnae Authors H-K Alumnae Authors L-NAlumnae Authors R-S Alumnae Authors T-V Alumnae Authors W-Z

Most of these works were listed in Barnard Alumnae and Barnard Magazine
* deceased


*O’Brien, Elaine (Donovan) ’42

  • Anita of Rancho Del Mar, Fithian Press, 1991

O’Dair, Barbara ’82

  • The Rolling Stone Book of Women in Rock: Trouble Girls, Random/Rolling Stone, 1997, 1998

Oh, Bonnie ’59

  • The Legacies of Comfort Women of World War II, M.E. Sharpe, 2001 (co-editor)

Ohannessian, Griselda Jackson ’49

  • Once: As It Was, William L. Bauhan, 2001

Olevitch, Barbara Rand ’68

  • Protecting Psychiatric Patients and Others from the Assisted-Suicide Movement: Insights and Strategies, Greenwood Publishing
    Group, 2002

Olkowski, Helga Martin ’53

  • The City People’s Book of Raising Food, Rodale Press, 1975 (with William Olkowski)

*Oliver, Rose (Warshaw) ’31

  • Coping with Alzheimer’s: A Caregiver’s Emotional Survival Guide, Dodd, Mead, 1987 (co-author)

Olsen, Ingrith Deyrup ’40

  • Metabolism, Pegasus, 1973

Olsen, Victoria ’86

  • On the Market: Surviving the Academic Job Search, Riverhead Books, 1997 (co-editor with Christina Boufis ’83)

*Omeis, M.L. Florida ’20

  • Across the Miles, 1985

O'Neill, Nena (Betty Dross) ’46

  • The Marriage Premise, M. Evans and Co., 1977
  • Open Marriage: A New Life Style for Couples, M. Evans, 1972 (with George O'Neill)
  • Shifting Gears: Finding Security in a Changing World, M. Evans, 1974 (with George O'Neill)

Ong, Aihwa ’74

  • Bewitching Women, Pious Men: Gender and Body Politics in Southeast Asia, U of California Press, 1995 (co-editor)
  • Flexible Citizenship: The Cultural Logics of Transnationality, Duke U Press, 1999
  • Spirits of Resistance and Capitalist Discipline: Factory Women in Malaysia, SUNY Press, 1987

Orange, Wendy (Basser) ’64

  • Coming Home to Jerusalem: A Personal Journey, Simon & Schuster, 2000

Orenstein, Nadine ’83

  • Genoa Drawings and Prints 1530-1800, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1996 (co-author)
  • Hendrick Hondius and the Business of Prints in Seventeenth-Century Holland, Sound & Vision Interactive, 1996
  • The New Hollstein, Hendrick Hondius, Royal van Poll, 1994
  • Pieter Bruegel the Elder: Drawings and Prints, The Metropolitan Museum of Art/Yale U Press, 2001
  • The Print in the North: The Age of Albrecht Dürer and Lucas van Leyden, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1997 (co-author)
  • Rembrandt/Not Rembrandt in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Volume 2, Paintings: Problems and Issues, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1995 (co-author)

Orgel, Doris (Adelberg) ’50

  • Ariadne, Awake!, Viking, 1994
  • Baron Munchausen: Fifteen Truly Tall Tales, by Raspe and Others
  • Bartholomew, We Love You, Alfred A. Knopf, 1973
  • Button Soup, Bank Street Ready-to-Read, 1994
  • A Certain Magic, Dial Press, 1976
  • Cindy's Sad and Happy Tree, Alfred A. Knopf, 1967
  • Cindy's Snowdrops, Alfred A. Knopf, 1966
  • Crack in the Heart
  • The Devil in Vienna, Viking Press, 1988
  • Don’t Call Me Slob-O, Hyperion Press, 1996
  • The Flower of Sheba, Bantam/Bank Street Ready-to-Read Books, 1994
  • Friends to the Rescue, Hyperion, 1996
  • Godfather Cat and Mousie, Macmillan, 1986
  • The Good-byes of Magnus Marmalade, Putnam, 1967
  • In a Forgotten Place, Alfred A. Knopf, 1967
  • The Lion & the Mouse and Other Aesop’s Fables, DK Ink, 2000
  • Little John
  • Merry Merry FIBruary, Parents Magazine Press, 1977
  • Merry, Rose, and Christmas-tree June, Alfred A. Knopf, 1969
  • Midnight Soup and a Witch’s Hat
  • The Mouse Who Wanted to Marry, Bantam Doubleday Dell, 1993
  • The Mulberry Music, Harper & Row, 1974
  • My War with Mrs. Galloway, Viking/Kestrel, 1985
  • Nero Corleone: A Cat’s Story by Elke Heidenreich, 1997 (translator)
  • Next Door Neighbors
  • Next Door to Xanadu, Harper & Row, 1969
  • Next Time I Will: An Old English Tale, Bantam Doubleday Dell, 1993
  • Nobodies and Somebodies, Viking, 1991
  • On the Sand Dune, Harper & Row, 1968
  • Phoebe and the Prince, Putnam, 1969
  • The Princess and the God, Orchard Books, 1996; Dell/Laurel Leaf, 1997
  • Risking Love, Dial Books for Young Readers, 1985
  • Sarah’s Room, Harper & Row, 1963; Harper Trophy, 1991
  • Schoolmaster Whackwoll’s Wonderful Sons by Clemens Brentano, retold from the German, Random House, 1962
  • She’ll Be Coming Around the Mountain, Bantam/Bank Street Ready-to Read Books, 1994 (co-author)
  • Sing, Little Sack! Canta, Saquito: Cana, Saquito!: A Folktale from Puerto Rico, 1999
  • The Spaghetti Party, Delacorte/Bank Street Ready-to-Read Books, 1995
  • Starring Becky Suslow, Puffin, 1991
  • The Story of Lohengrin, the Knight of the Swan, Putnam, 1967
  • Two Crows Counting, Bantam/Bank Street, 1995
  • The Uproar, McGraw-Hill, 1970
  • We Goddesses: Athena, Aphrodite, Hera, DK Ink, 1999
  • Whiskers Once and Always, Viking Press, 1992
  • Whose Turtle, World, 1968

Ortiz, Elizabeth Thompson ’63

  • Your Complete Guide to Sexual Health, Prentice Hall, 1989

Ortiz, Victoria ’64

  • The Land and People of Cuba, Lippincott, 1973
  • Sojourner Truth, A Self-Made Woman, Lippincott, 1974

Osborn, Torie ’72

  • Coming Home to America: A Roadmap to Gay & Lesbian Empowerment, St. Martin’s Press, 1996; Griffin, 1997

Osborne, Carol M. ’51

  • Museum Builders in the West: The Stanfords as Collectors and Patrons of Art 1870-1906, Stanford University, 1986
  • Venetian Glass of the 1890s: Salviati at Stanford University, Philip Wilson Publishers, 2002

Ostberg, Kay (Karen) ’77

  • Everyday Contracts: Protecting Your Rights, Random House, 1990 (co-author)
  • If You Want to Sue a Lawyer: A Directory of Legal Malpractice Attorneys, Random House, 1992
  • Probate: Settling an Estate, Random House, 1990
  • Using a Lawyer...and what to do if things go wrong, Random House, 1990

Osterman, Susan ’71

  • A Head of Her Time (poetry), Theo New York, 1996
  • Strip Mining, Cambric Press (poetry), 1987

Otis, Leah Lydia ’71

  • Prostitution in Medieval Society: The History of an Urban Institution in Languedoc, U of Chicago Press, 1985

Otten, Jane Mantell ’40 and Florence Dubroff Shelley ’40

  • When Your Parents Grow Old, Funk & Wagnalls, 1976; Harper & Row, 1988

*Ousterhout, Anne (McCabe) (Johnston) ’45

  • A State Divided: Opposition in Pennsylvania to the American Revolution, Greenwood Press, 1987

Owens, Jessie Ann ’71

  • Composers at Work: The Craft of Musical Composition 1450-1600, Oxford U Press, 1997, 1998

Padoch, Christine ’69

  • Borneo in Transition: People, Forests, Conservation, and Development, Oxford U. Press (co-editor)
  • Conservation of Neotropical Forests, Columbia U Press, 1992 (with Kent H. Redford)
  • Migration and Its Alternatives Among the Iban of Sarawak, M. Nijhoff, 1982
  • People of the Tropical Rain Forest, U of California Press, 1988 (with Julie Sloan Denslow)
  • Várzea: Diversity, Development, and Conservation of Amazonia’s Whitewater Floodplains, New York Botanical Garden Press, 1999 (co-editor)

Paine, Roberta ’47

  • Looking at Architecture, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1974
  • Looking at Sculpture, Lothrop, Lee & Shepard, 1968

Paolucci, Anne (Attura) ’47

  • Cipango! (one-act play), 1985, 1986
  • Columbus, America, and the World, Griffon House, 1992
  • Columbus, Selected Papers on Columbus and His Time, Griffon House, 1989 (co-editor)
  • Dante’s Gallery of Rogues, Griffon House, 2001 (editor)
  • Do Me a Favor and Other Short Stories, Griffon House, 2001
  • The Doctor of Arts Degree: Re-Assessing Teaching and Research Priorities, Council on National Literatures, 1989 (editor)
  • Eight Short Stories, Griffon House, 1977
  • From Tension to Tonic: The Plays of Edward Albee, Southern Illinois U Press, 1974
  • Gorbachev in Concert (And Other Poems), Griffon House, 1991
  • In the Green Room (play), Griffon House Publications, 2000
  • Justin Winsor: Native American Antiquities and Linguistics, Council on National Literatures, 1995 (co-editor)
  • Justin Winsor/George E. Ellis: Early Spanish, French, and English Relations with Native Americans, Council on National Literatures/Griffon House Press, 1997 (co-editor)
  • Minions of the Race (play), 1999
  • Modern Views of Columbus and His Time, Council on National Literatures, 1990 (with Henry Paolucci)
  • Pirandello’s Theater: The Recovery of the Modern Stage for Dramatic Art, Southern Illinois U Press, 1974
  • Poems Written for Sbek’s Mummies, Marie Menken and Other Important Persons, Places & Things, Griffon House, 1977
  • Problems in National Literary Identity and the Writer as Social Critic, Griffon House, 1981
  • Review of National Literatures, Griffon House (several volumes) (editor)
  • Riding the Mast Where It Swings: Poems, Griffon House, 1980
  • Sepia Tones: Seven Short Stories, Rimu Publishing, 1985; Griffon House, 1986
  • The Short Season (play)
  • Terminal Degrees, Potpourri Publications/Griffon House Press, 1997
  • Three Short Plays: Minions of the Race, Incident at the Great Wall, The Actor in Search of His Mask, Griffon House, 1994

Papachristou, Judith Reisner ’52

  • Women Together: A History in Documents of the Women's Movement in the United States, Alfred A. Knopf, 1976

Papantonopoulou, Aigli ’69

  • Algebra: Pure and Applied, Prentice Hall, 2002

*Parkin, Rebecca Price ’40

  • The Poetic Workmanship of Alexander Pope, Octagon, 1966

Parkinson, Charlotte (Boyer) ’57

  • The Society for the Relief of Women and Children 1797-1997: An Exploration of the Minutes and Records from 1797 to 1997, Xlibris Corp, 2002 (editor)

*Parsons, Elsie Clews 1896

  • American Indian Life, U of Nebraska Press, 1991 (editor)
  • Fear and Conventionality, U of Illinois Press, 1914, 1997
  • The Journal of a Feminist, Thoemmes Press, 1994
  • Pueblo Mothers and Children: Essays, Ancient City Press, 1991
  • Taos Tales, Dover Publications, 1996
    subject of biography:
  • Elsie Clews Parsons: Inventing Modern Life by Desley Deacon, U of Chicago Press, 1997, 1999
  • Wealth and Rebellion by Rosemary Levy Zumwalt, U of Illinois Press, 1992
  • A Woman’s Quest for Science: Portrait of Anthropologist Elsie Clews Parsons by Peter H. Hare, Prometheus Books, 1985

Pascucci, Daphne (Stevens) ’75

  • European Stage Design in the Age of Monteverdi: Costume in Early Italian Opera and Spectacle, Fondazione Claudio Monteverdi, 1995

Passariello, Phyllis ’68

  • Eating Culture: The Italian Yankee Cookbook, Altrimenti, 1997 (co-author)

Pasztory, Esther (Miskolczy) ’65

  • Aztec Art, Harry N. Abrams, 1983, 1993; U of Oklahoma Press, 1998
  • Middle Classic Mesoamerica: 400-700 A.D., Columbia U Press, 1978
  • Pre-Columbian Art, Cambridge U Press, 1999
  • Teotihuacan: An Experiment in Living, University of Oklahoma Press, 1997
  • Teotihuacan: Art from the City of the Gods, Thames & Hudson, 1993, 1994 (co-editor)

Parthe, Kathleen F. ’71

  • Russian Village Prose: The Radiant Past, Princeton U Press, 1992

Patriota, Margarida de Aguiar ’69

  • Nastramas da Emoção, FTD, 1994
  • Mafalda Amaz’Ona, Alhambra, 1991
  • Olhando a terra, arregalado: Contos do indio brasiliero, Atual Editora, 1994 (in Portuguese)
  • Para Compreender Raiumundo Correia, Alhambra, 1994
  • Romance de Vanguarda, (Alain Robbe-Grillet), Thesaurus Editora, 1980

Patterson, Sherri ’71

  • No-No the Little Seal, Random House, 1986

Patz, Naomi (Steinlight) ’62

  • Explaining Reform Judaism, Behrman House, 1985 (with Eugene B. Borowitz)
  • In the Beginning: The Jewish Baby Book, National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods/Union of American Hebrew Congregations, 1983 (with Jane Gross Perman ’64)

Pauck, Marion (Hausner) ’49

  • From Luther to Tillich: The Reformers and Their Heirs, by Wilhelm Pauck, Harper & Row, 1985 (editor)
  • Paul Tillich: His Life and Thought, Vol. I, Harper & Row, 1976 (with Wilhelm Pauck)

Paul, Marilyn ’74

  • It’s Hard to Make a Difference When You Can’t Find Your Keys, Penguin Putnam Inc., 2003

Paulsen, Emily ’83

  • Country Living Handmade Candles, Hearst Books, 1998 (co-author)
  • The Family Adventure Guide to Pennsylvania, Globe Pequot Press, 1996 (with Faith Paulsen ’77)
  • The Living-At-Home Program: Innovations in Service Access and Case Management, Springer, 1991 (co-author)

Paulsen, Faith ’77

  • The Family Adventure Guide to Pennsylvania, Globe Pequot Press, 1996 (with Emily Paulsen ’83)

Pavlock, Barbara ’69

  • Eros, Imitation, and the Epic Tradition, Cornell U Press, 1990

Pechefsky, Rebecca ’85

  • Bruno Walter: A World Elsewhere, Yale University Press, 2001 (with Erik Ryding)

*Peck, Louise D. ’42

  • Lambing, and Other Poems, privately printed, 1979

Penette, Cecile ’50

  • Entre Barque et Riviere, 1982

Penner, Lucille Recht ’63 (books for children)

  • Baby Elephant, Grosset & Dunlap, 1997
  • Bear In the Big Blue House, Random Library, 2000
  • Big Birds, Random Library, 2000
  • Celebration: The Story of American Holidays, Macmillan, 1993
  • Clean-Sweep Campers, Kane Press, 2000
  • The Colonial Cookbook, Hastings House, 1990
  • Cowboys, Grosset & Dunlap, 1996
  • Dinosaur Babies, Random House, 1992
  • Eating the Plates: A Pilgrim Book of Food and Manners, Macmillan, 1992
  • The Eyes Have It, Kampmann & Co., 1989
  • Hide and Seek, Kane Press, 2000
  • The Honey Book, Hastings House, 1980
  • Ice Wreck, Golden Books, 2001
  • Is a Camel a Mammal?, Random Library, 1998
  • Knights and Castles, 1997 (co-author)
  • Liberty: How the Revolutionary War Began, Random House, 2002
  • The Liberty Tree: The Beginning of the American Revolution, Random House, 1998
  • Lights Out!, Kane Press, 2000
  • The Little Women Book: Games, Recipes, Crafts and Other Homemade Pleasures, Random House, 1995
  • Monster Bugs, Random House, 1996
  • A Native American Feast, Diane Publishing, 1994
  • On Beyond Bugs! All About Insects, Random Library, 1999
  • The Pilgrims at Plymouth, Random House, 1996
  • Sitting Bull, Grosset & Dunlap, 1995
  • Slowpoke, Kane Press, 2001
  • S-S-Snakes, Random House, 1994
  • The Statue of Liberty, Random House, 1995
  • The Story of Money, Random House, 1997
  • Super Dinosaurs, Random Library, 2002
  • The Tea Party Book, Random House, 1993, 1995
  • The Teddy Bear Book, Random House, 1997
  • The Thanksgiving Book, Hastings House, 1986
  • The True Story of Pocahontas, Turtleback, 1994
  • Twisters!, Random House, 1996
  • Westward Ho! The Story of the Pioneers, Random House/Picture Landmark Books, 1997
  • Where’s That Bone?, Kane Press, 2000
  • X Marks the Spot, Kane Press, 2002

Percas de Ponseti, Helena ’40

  • Cervantes the Writer and Painter of “Don Quijote”, U of Missouri Press, 1988

Percival, Nora Lourie ’36

  • Weather of the Heart: A Child’s Journey Out of Revolutionary Russia, High Country Publishers, 2001

Perloff, Marjorie (Mintz) ’53

  • American Poetry: The Twentieth Century, Library of America, 2000 (co-editor)
  • Columbia Literary History of the United States, Columbia U Press, 1987 (co-editor)
  • The Dance of the Intellect: Studies in the Poetry of the Pound Tradition, Northwestern U Press, 1996
  • Frank O’Hara: Poet Among Painters, U of Chicago Press, 1997
  • The Futurist Moment: Avant-Garde, Avant Guerre, and the Language of Rupture, U of Chicago Press, 1986
  • The Historicity of Experience: Modernity, the Avant-Garde, and the Event, Northwestern U Press, 2001/2 (co-editor)
  • John Cage: Composed in America, U of Chicago Press, 1994 (co-author)
  • The Poetic Art of Robert Lowell, Cornell U Press, 1973
  • Poetic License: Essays on Modernist and Postmodernist Lyric, Northwestern U Press, 1990
  • The Poetics of Indeterminacy: Rimbaud to Cage, Princeton U Press, 1981; Northwestern U Press, 1983
  • Poetry On and Off the Page: Essays for Emergent Occasions, Northwestern U Press, 1998
  • Postmodern Genres, U of Oklahoma Press, 1989, 1995 (editor)
  • Prior to Meaning: The Protosemantic and Poetics, Northwestern U Press, 2001 (co-editor)
  • Radical Artifice: Writing Poetry in the Age of Media, U of Chicago Press, 1992
  • Rhyme and Meaning in the Poetry of Yeats, Walter de Gruyter, 1978
  • 21st Century Modernism: The New Poetics, Blackwell, 2001
  • Wittgenstein’s Ladder: Poetic Language and the Strangeness of the Ordinary, U of Chicago Press, 1996

Perlstein, Susan (Warshall) ’63

  • A Stage for Memory: Life History Plays by Older Adults, Teachers and Writers Collaborative, 1981

Perman, Jane (Gross) ’64

  • In the Beginning: The Jewish Baby Book, National Federation of Temple Sisterhoods/Union of American Hebrew Congregations, 1983 (with Naomi Steinlight Patz ’62)

Perrin, Suzanne M. '75

  • Comparable Worth and Public Policy: The Case of Pennsylvania, U of Pennsylvania, 1985

Perry-Miller, Mitzi ’52

  • Clean Plates: Cooking for Young Children, Scribner, 1964 (co-author)

Persons, Jil ’82

  • Don’t Forget the Rubber Ducky! The Ultimate Book of Lists for Parents of Young Children, Pocket Books, 1995 (with the Riverside Mothers Group)
  • Entertain Me: Creative Ideas for Fun & Games with Your Baby in the First Year, Pocket Books, 1993 (with Riverside Mothers Group)

Perutz, Kathrin ’60

  • Beyond the Looking Glass: America’s Beauty Culture, William Morrow, 1970
  • The Garden, Atheneum, 1962
  • A House on the Sound, Coward-McCann, 1964
  • Marriage is Hell, William Morrow, 1972
  • Mother is a Country, Harcourt, Brace and World, 1968

Pevsner, Lucille Wolf ’51

  • Turkey’s Political Crisis: Background, Perspectives, Prospects, Praeger, 1984

Peyser, Joan (Gilbert) ’51

  • Bernstein: A Biography, William Morrow/Beech Tree Books, 1987; Ballantine, 1988, 1990
  • Boulez/Composer, Conductor, Enigma, Schirmer Books, 1976, 1978
  • The Memory of All That: A Life of George Gershwin, Simon & Schuster, 1993; Watson-Guptill/Billboard, 1998
  • The Music of My Time, Pro/Am Music Resources, 1995
  • The New Music: The Sense Behind the Sound, Delacorte, 1971
  • The Orchestra: Origins and Transformations, Scribner, 1986 (editor)
  • To Boulez and Beyond: Music in Europe Since The Rite of Spring, Billboard Books, 1999
  • Twentieth Century Music: The Sense Behind the Sound, Schirmer Books, 1980

Pflomm, Phyllis Noe ’48

  • Chalk in Hand: The Draw and Tell Book, Scarecrow Press, 1986
  • Puppet Plays Plus: Hand Puppet Plays for Two Puppeteers, Scarecrow Press, 1994*Phelan, Edna Beyer ’29
  • Don Bosco: A Spiritual Portrait, Doubleday, 1963

Pierce, Amy E. ’85

  • Language Acquisition and Syntactic Theory: A Comparative Analysis of French and English Child Grammars, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1992

Pineda, Cecile ’54

  • Face, Viking, 1985
  • Fishlight, Wings, 2002
  • Frieze, Viking, 1986
  • The Love Queen of the Amazon, Little, Brown, 1992, 1993

Pines (Froomkin), Maya ’47

  • The Brain Changers: Scientists and the New Mind Control, Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1973
  • Health and Disease, LIFE Science Library, 1965 (with Rene Dubos)
  • Revolution in Learning: The Years from Birth to Six, Harper & Row, 1967

Pinkham, Joan (White) ’50, translator

  • Aden Arabie by Paul Nizan, Monthly Review Press, 1968
  • Flaubert by Henri Troyat, Viking, 1992
  • Peter the Great by Henri Troyat, E.P. Dutton, 1987
  • White Niggers of America, The Precocious Autobiography of a Quebec “Terrorist” by Pierre Valliers, Monthly Review of Books, 1971

Pinsky, Laura ’69

  • The Essential AIDS Fact Book, Pocket Books, 1987, 1996 (co-author)
  • The Essential HIV Treatment Fact Book, Pocket Books, 1992 (co-author)

Pinsky, Valerie ’75

  • Critical Traditions in Contemporary Archaeology: Essays in the Philosophy, History, and Socio-politics of Archaeology, Cambridge U Press, 1989; U of New Mexico Press, 1995 (co-editor with Alison Wylie)

Pizarro, Agueda ’63

  • Aqui beso yo (poetry), Ediciones Tercer Mundo, 1969
  • Labio adicto (poetry)
  • Sombraventadora/Shadowinnower (poetry), Columbia U Press, 1979 (translated from the Spanish by Barbara Stoler Miller ’62)

Plain, Belva (Offenberg) ’37

  • After the Fire, Delacorte, 2000; Dell, 2001
  • Blessings, Delacorte, 1989
  • The Carousel, Delacorte, 1995; Dell, 1996
  • Crescent City, Delacorte, 1984
  • Daybreak, Delacorte, 1994; Dell, 1995
  • Eden Burning, Delacorte, 1982
  • Evergreen, Delacorte, 1978
  • Fortune’s Hand, Delacorte, 1999; Dell, 2000
  • The Golden Cup, Delacorte, 1986
  • Harvest, Delacorte, 1990
  • Her Father’s House, Delacorte, 2002
  • Homecoming, Delacorte, 1997
  • Legacy of Silence, Dell, 1998; Dell, 1999
  • Looking Back, Delacorte, 2001
  • Promises, Delacorte, 1996; Dell 1997
  • Random Winds, Delacorte, 1980
  • Secrecy, Delacorte, 1997; Dell 1998
  • Tapestry, Delacorte, 1988
  • Treasures, Delacorte, 1992
  • Whispers, Delacorte, 1993; Dell, 1994

Platt, Orah (Saltzman), M.D. ’69 and Richard Platt, M.D.

  • Letting Blood, St. Martin’s, 1988

Pliskin, Marci ’83

  • The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Interpreting Your Dreams, Macmillan, 1999

Polachek, Doris (Eisenberg) ’70

  • Heroic Virtue, Comic Infidelity: Reassessing Marguerite de Navarre’s Heptaméron,Hestia Press, 1993, (Proceedings of the Five-College Colloquium on Marguerite de Navarre) (editor)

*Polier, Justine Wise ’24

  • Everyone’s Children, Nobody’s Child: A Judge Looks at Underprivileged Children in the U.S., Charles Scribner’s Sons, 1941
  • Juvenile Justice in Double Jeopardy, L. Erlbaum, 1989
  • The Rule of Law and the Role of Psychiatry, Johns Hopkins U Press, 1968

*Politzer, Judy (Wasser) ’46

  • Tuesday's Children: Collecting Little Irons and Trivets, Walnut Creek, 1977

Pollard, Helen Perlstein ’67

  • Tariacuri’'s Legacy: The Prehispanic Tarascan State, The U of Oklahoma Press, 1993

Pomeroy, Sarah B. (Berman) ’57

  • Ancient Greece: A Political, Social, and Cultural History, Oxford U Press, 1998 (co-editor)
  • Families in Classical and Hellenistic Greece: Representations and Realities, Oxford U Press, 1997, 1998
  • Goddesses, Whores, Wives, and Slaves: Women in Classical Antiquity, Schocken Books, 1975, 1995
  • Spartan Women, Oxford University Press, 2002
  • Women in Hellenistic Egypt: From Alexander to Cleopatra, Schocken Books, 1984, 1990
  • Women in the Classical World: Image and Text, Oxford U Press, 1994, 1995 (co-author)
  • Women’s History and Ancient History, U of North Carolina Press, 1991 (editor)
  • Xenophon, Oeconomicus: A Social and Historical Commentary, Oxford U Press, 1989, 1994, 1995

Porter, Jeanne Chenault ’65 (see also Chenault)

  • Baroque Naples: A Documentary History of Naples 1600-1800, Italica Press, 1999 (editor)

Prager, Emily ’69

  • Clea & Zeus Divorce, Vintage Contemporaries, 1987
  • Eve’s Tattoo, Random House, 1991; Vintage, 1992
  • Roger Fishbite, Random House, 1999
  • A Visit from the Footbinder and Other Stories, Berkley, 1984; Vintage, 1987
  • Wuhu Diary: On Taking My Adopted Daughter Back to Her Hometown in China, Random House, 2001

Prescott, Anne Lake ’59

  • Edmund Spenser's Poetry, W.W. Norton & Co., 1993 (co-editor)
  • Elizabeth and Mary Tudor (Early Modern Englishwoman). Printed Writings, Ashgate, 2002 (co-editor)
  • Female and Male Voices in Early Modern England: An Anthology of Renaissance Writing, Columbia U Press, 2000 (co-editor)
  • French Poets and the English Renaissance, Yale U Press, 1978
  • Imagining Rabelais in Renaissance England, Yale University Press, 1998
  • Shorter Elizabethan Poetry, The Modern Language Association of America, 2000 (co-editor)
  • Spenser Studies: A Renaissance Poetry Annual, AMS Press, 2002 (co-editor)

Press, Joy ’88

  • The Sex Revolts: Gender, Rebellion, and Rock & Roll, Harvard U Press, 1995 (with Simon Reynolds)

Price (Laudon), Jane ’67

  • How to Have a Child and Keep Your Job: A Candid Guide for Working Parents, St. Martin’s, 1979
  • You’re Not Too Old to Have a Baby, Farrar Straus & Giroux, 1977

Price, Janet R. ’71

  • The Rights of Students: The Basic ACLU Guide to a Student's Rights, 1988 (co-author)

Priest, Alice Lyons ’52

  • Family Budget Book, Lorenz Press, 1978

*Puner, Helen Walker ’34

  • Freud: His Life and His Mind, 1947; Charter Books, 1978
  • Not While You’re a Freshman, Coward-McCann, 1965

Purcell, Susan Kaufman ’63

  • Brazil Under Cardoso, Lynn Rienner Publishers/Americas Society, 1997
  • Cuba: The Contours of Change, Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2000 (co-editor)
  • Europe and Latin America in the World Economy, Americas Society, 1995 (co-editor)
  • Japan and Latin America in the New Global Order, Americas Society, 1992 (co-editor)
  • Latin America: U.S. Policy After the Cold War, Americas Society, 1991 (co-author)

Quart, Barbara Koenig ’56

  • Women Directors: The Emergence of a New Cinema, Praeger, 1988

Quindlen, Anna ’74

  • Black and Blue, Random House, 1998; Dell/Delta, 2000 (also audio-cassettes)
  • Blessings, Random House, 2002
  • Happily Every After, Viking, 1997; Puffin, 1998
  • How Reading Changed My Life, Ballantine, 1998
  • Living Out Loud, Random House, 1988; Fawcett Columbine, 1994
  • Naked Babies, Penguin/Studio, 1996 (co-author)
  • Object Lessons, Random House, 1991; Ivy, 1992
  • One True Thing, Random House, 1994; Dell, 1995; Dell Island, 1998 (film starring Meryl Streep and William Hurt, Fox 2000/Universal, 1998)
  • A Short Guide to a Happy Life, Random House, 2000
  • Siblings, Penguin Studio, 1998
  • Thinking Out Loud: On the Personal, the Political, the Public, and the Private, Random House, 1993; Fawcett Columbine, 1994
  • The Tree That Came to Stay, Crown, 1992; Viking, 1997

Quinn, Alexandra ’91

  • Candy Story by Marie Redonnet, U of Nebraska Press, 1995 (translator)

 

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