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One for the Books

  • April 13, 2015
The College celebrates the 19 faculty members who published a book in 2014.

The College celebrates the 19 faculty members who published a book in 2014


FRANK AMTHOR, Psychology
Neurobiology for Dummies

LISA BAKER, Social Work,
and LORETTA CORMIER, Anthropology
Disasters and Vulnerable Populations

RANDY BLYTHE, English
The Human Part

WILLIAM COCKERHAM (editor), Sociology
Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behaviour and Society

HEITH COPES, Justice Sciences
Encyclopedia of Social Deviance

LORETTA CORMIER, Anthropology
Introductory Cultural Anthropology

CATHLEEN CUMMINGS, Art & Art History
Decoding a Hindu Temple

MARK HICKSON, Communication Studies
Nonverbal Communication: Studies and Applications

GLENN FELDMAN (editor), History
Nation Within A Nation: The American South and the Federal Government

RAJESH KANA, Psychology
Brain Connectivity in Autism

KENT KERLEY, Justice Sciences
Religious Faith in Correctional Contexts

KEVIN MCCAIN, Philosophy
Existentialism and Epistemic Justification

PAMELA MURRAY, History
Women and Gender in Modern Latin America: Historical Sources and Interpretations

JAMES MCCLINTOCK, Biology
Lost Antarctica

GREGORY PENCE, Philosophy
Medical Ethics

LARRY POWELL, Communication Studies (two books)
The Films of John G. Alvidsen: Rocky, The Karate Kid and other Underdogs.

Dark Money, Super PACS, and the 2012 Election

TRYGVE TOLLEFSBOL, Biology
Transgenerational Epigenetics: Evidence and Debate

WALTER D. WARD, History
Mirage of the Saracen: Christians and Nomads in the Sinai Peninsula in Late Antiquity

YANNI ZENG, Mathematics
Shock Waves in Conservation Laws with Physical Viscosity