ANN BIRCH The Secret Life of Roberta Greaves
The story of a renowned classics professor at Trinity College who finds her perfect life shattered by her husband’s suicide and the huge gambling debts he has left behind. Grief-stricken and angry, Roberta must find a way to pay his debts.
MARK CURFOOT MOLLINGTON ’70 Albert and Ettore
When Bologna University lecturer, Albert, encounters circus performer Ettore, life becomes “all too Fellini: dwarfs, hysterical spinsters, buxom red-headed women, theft and intrigue, cemetery flower-peddlers, fat ladies, mutes.” The 1967 death of a young woman with links to Trinity’s faculty dominated newspapers. Subsequent deeds from a sinister world haunt a four-generation family and Albert across two continents.
MICHAEL RATCLIFFE, DEAN OF ARTS AND VICE-PROVOST OF TRINITY COLLEGE
More than three years in the making and more than 3,000 pages long (in five volumes!), the Encyclopedia of Immunobiology, 1st Edition, is the largest integrated source of immunological knowledge currently available. Professor Ratcliffe, former Chair of the Department of Immunology at the University of Toronto, was asked to be the editor-inchief of the text, which brings together international experts from all fields of immunology. Arranged in thematic sections, it covers a wide range of research by scientists in fundamental immunology as well as applied aspects of immunology. Ratcliffe also took on the role of co-editor of the volume “Physiology and immune system dysfunction” and his colleague, Professor Alberto Martin, Trinity’s Director of the Immunology Program, was co-editor of the “Molecular Immunology” volume.
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