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We are happy to work with instructors and students to obtain books for Osher at Dartmouth courses and lectures. 


Listings for Winter 2021 classes are organized by instructor in the grid below. 

The links (blue highlights) will bring you to the book pages for titles that are currently in print.

We have some books in the store; others need to be ordered and usually take a week or two. "Special order" books are titles that are more difficult to get and are usually non-returnable.

We may also be able to find very specalized texts or out of print books though these requests take longer.

You may order via the website, or by email, or call 802-649-1114 - whichever is easiest for you! 

Winter 2021 Courses



book title



Angwin, Meredith The Fragile Electric Grid Shorting the Grid opt  
    A Question of Power opt  
Bettmann, Ellen All Lives Won't Matter Until Black Lives Matter So You Want to Talk About Race req  
Boffey, Barnes Navigating Life in Trying Times Choice Theory opt  
    Reinventing Yourself opt not available through the bookstore
Brydges, Tom Lewis Carroll: His Puzzles and Games Lewis Carroll's Games and Puzzles req non returnable
    Lewis Carroll in Numberland req  
    The Universe in a Handkerchief opt non returnable
Buell, Charles Asians in America Strangers From a Different Shore opt  
Catlin, Faith Greek Myths, Again Mythology opt  
Gumpert, David Inside the Upheaval of Journalism Inside the Upheaval of Journalism   not available through the bookstore
Hunt, Jim Shakespeare's Tempest The Tempest req  
Llewellyn-Thomas, Hilary Appreciating Historical Fiction Get Started in Writing Historical Fiction req  
Pearson, Moby Music Appreciation with Moby Pearson Con Brio opt non returnable
Rougvie, Bob The Spanish Civil War -- Prelude to World War The Spanish Civil War: A Very Short Introduction req  
Shivas, Ann The Social History of Scotland. St. Kilda and the 1770s Island on the Edge of the World req not available through the bookstore
    Journey to the Hebrides req  
Stableford, Jon; Susan McCaslin Absalom, Absalom! Absalom, Absalom! req  
Wilson, James Is Democratic Capitalism Sustainable? The Upswing req  

The Norwich Bookstore is locally owned, community-focused, and proudly independent!