Deaths in January - 2019
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Former Israeli defense minister Moshe Arens died January 7 at the age of 93. His books include Flags over the Warsaw ghetto, Broken Covenant: American Foreign Policy and the Crisis Between the U.S. and Israel and Moshe Arens, statesman and scientist, speaks out.
Educator Bernice Sandler died January 5 at the age of 90. Her works include The chilly classroom climate a guide to improve the education of women, Sexual Harassment on Campus: A Guide for Administrators, Campus Climate Revisited: Chilly for Women Faculty Administrators and Student-to-Student Sexual Harassment K-12.
Mathematician Michael Francis Atiyah died January 11 at the age of 89. His many books include Introduction to Commutative Algebra , K-Theory and The Geometry and Physics of Knots .
Prolific children's book author John Burningham died January 4 at the age of 82. He wrote Mr. Gumpy's Outing, Hey! Get Off Our Train and Mr. Gumpy's Motor Car.
First woman to preside over the D.C. Appeals Court and recipient of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, Patricia Wald died January 12 at the age of 90. She wrote Tyrants on Trial: Keeping Order in the Courtroom .
Former Yankee baseball player Mel Stottlemyre died on January 13 at the age of 77. He wrote Pride and Pinstripes: The Yankees, Mets, and Surviving Life's Challenges.
Novelist and journalist Francine du Plessix Gray died January 13 at the age of 88. Her many works include Them: A Memoir of Parents, At Home with the Marquis de Sade: A Life , The Queen's Lover ,
and Simone Weil (Penguin Lives).
Actress Carol Channing died January 15 at the age of 97. Her memoir was called Just Lucky I Guess.
Poet Mary Oliver died January 17 at the age of 83. A few of her collections include A Poetry Handbook , New and Selected Poems: Volume One, Thirst: Poems , Why I Wake Early: New Poems and
American Primitive .
Walter Chandoha, a photographer who specialized in cats, died January 11 at the age of 98. His work includes Walter Chandoha's Book of Kittens and Cats, 100 Garden Tips and Timesavers , The Literary Gardener , Mind your manners! and From Kittens To Cats .
Sociologist Nathan Glazer died January 19 at the age of 95. His books include The Lonely Crowd , American Judaism , Beyond the Melting Pot, Second Edition: The Negroes, Puerto Ricans, Jews and We Are All Multiculturalists Now .
Author Diana Athill died January 23 at the age of 101. Her books include Somewhere Towards the End: A Memoir, Stet and Instead of a Letter: A Memoir.
Constitutional scholar William W. Van Alstyne died January 29 at the age of 84. His books include The American First Amendment in the Twenty-First Century and Interpretations of the First Amendment.
Historian Leonard Dinnerstein died January 22 at the age of 84. His books include Natives and strangers : Blacks, Indians, and immigrants in America , Antisemitism in America and The Leo Frank Case.
Linguist Miguel Civil died January 13 at the age of 92. His books include The lexical texts in the Schøyen Collection and The Sag-tablet, lexical texts in the Ashmolean Museum.
Long time Brooklyn district attorney, Charles J. Hynes died January 29 at the age of 83. He wrote Incident at Howard Beach: The Case For Murder .
Dr. . John G. Gunderson. Died January 11 at the age of 76. His books include Borderline Personality Disorder: A Clinical Guide, Understanding and Treating Borderline Personality Disorder and Beyond Borderline.
Prolific children’s writer Jan Wahl died January 29 at the age of 87. His better known works include Humphrey’s Bear and Emily and the Snowflake.
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