2017 CHSS University Authors

Congratulations to our CHSS scholars for their achievements this year. Faculty from across the University were recognized for their publications at a "University Authors" reception on April 18, 2017. See the list below of CHSS individuals who were recognized that day.

Learn more about the full event and view the program on the University website.

Alison L. Beringer, Classics and General Humanities
The Sight of Semiramis: Medieval and Early Modern Narratives of the Babylonian Queen

Yasemin Besen-Cassino, Sociology
Education and Youth Today: Sociological Studies of Children and Youth Book Series Volume 20

Mark Clatterbuck, Religion
Crow Jesus: Personal Stories of Native Religious Belonging

Elizabeth Emery, Modern Languages and Literatures Department
L'Esprit Createur Cultural Exchange and Creative Identity: France/Asia in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries

Claudia Cortese, Writing Studies
Wasp Queen

Grover Furr, English
Yezhov vs. Stalin: The Truth about Mass Repressions and the So-Called 'Great Terror' in the USSR

David Galef, English
Brevity: A Flash Fiction Handbook

Jonathan Greenberg, English
Brave New World: Contexts and Legacies

Brigid Callahan Harrison, Political Science and Law
Power & Society: An Introduction to the Social Sciences
American Democracy Now

Emily Isaacs, CHSS Dean's Office
Catherine Keohane, Writing Studies
Intersections: A Thematic Reader for Writers

Marta López-Luaces, Spanish and Italian
Despues de la oscuridad

Richard Marranca, Classics and General Humanities
The New Romantics: Ten Stories of Mystery, Passion, Travel and Vampires

Patricia A. Matthew, English
Written/Unwritten: Diversity and the Hidden Truths of Tenure

Gina M. Miele, Spanish and Italian
Parliamo italiano! A Communicative Approach

John Sobolosai, Religion
God in the Tumult of the Global Square: Religion in Global Civil Society

Art Simon, English
American Film History: Selected Readings, Origins to 1960 Volume 1
American Film History: Selected Readings, Origins to 1960 Volume 2

Wendy Zeitlin, Robert D. McCormick Center for Child Advocacy and Policy
Making Your Case: Using R for Program Evaluation