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Hawk Cellar Booksale: IUP Libraries

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IUP Libraries

Current Topic or Subject Listing

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Walt Whitman - 12 books

Text Books on various subjects - 176 books

Psychology/Self Help - 39 books

  •    The Spontaneous Healing of Belief by Gregg Braden
  •     Truth vs. Falsehood: How to Tell the Difference by David Hawkins
  •     Integral Pschology: Yoga, Growth, And Opening the Heart by Brant Cortright

Criminology - 8 books

History & Politics - 122 books

Poetry/Literature - 108 books Ex. Hemmingway, Poe, Dickinson

  •   Poems from the women's movement by Honor Moove
  •   Virginia Woolf and Post Modernism: Literature in Quest and Question of Itself by Pamela Caughie

Womens Studies - 14 books

  • Women's Working Lives by Susan Yeandle
  •  Black Femmist Criticism by Barbara Christian

PA History - 19 books

Cook Books - 209 books

Encyclopedia of sports - 15 books

Race/Race Relations - 11 books

  •     Women of Color by Elizabeth Brown-Guillory
  •     Beyond Racism by Whitney Young Jr.
  •     From Civil Rights to Black Liberation: Malcolm X and the Organization of Afro-American Unity by William Sales, Jr.

Plays/Theatre - 33 books

  •     Best Plays of the Modern American Theatre (8 of these)

Lincoln - 51 books


  •     The Evolution of British Historiography by J.R. Hales
  •     State of the World (11 of these)
  •     Congress and its Members by Roger Davidson and Walter Oleszek

List composed by Sara Krause, Library Acquisitions Staff

About Hawk Cellar Book Sale

Help give some gently used books a new home with IUP faculty and students and community members. Donated or items removed from and no longer supporting the Collection Development Policies of IUP Libraries will be made available for purchase in the Hawk’s Cellar.

Hawk’s Cellar will be opened from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. when the university is in session.

Location: Stapleton G6-C

Hours: 10:00 a.m.–3:00 p.m.

Pricing: $1.00 per book/item or as marked

Payment will be made to Sara in G7 or her designee.