NYT Potlatch, part 1

As you are certainly aware, in doing away with Times Select, the New York Times has thrown the door open on their online archive. In a series of posts over the next little while, we will be rummaging through the archive in search of Cornell University Press–related articles. Here are five to get started with:

Nursing in America: A Portrait of a Profession in Critical Condition [on Nursing Against the Odds by Suzanne Gordon]

Rivers Run Black, and Chinese Die of Cancer [on The River Runs Black by Elizabeth C. Economy]

Better Homes Than Guardians [on Building Diplomacy by Elizabeth Gill Lui]

The New College Mixer [on My Freshman Year: What a Professor Learned by Becoming a Student by Rebekah Nathan]

Hold the Weed Whacker [on Weeds of the Northeast by Richard H. Uva, Joseph C. Neal, and Joseph M. DiTomaso

NYT Potlatch, part 1