Kresge Library

Celebrated Authors & Books

Please join the Senate Library Committee and Kresge Library
in honoring the recent publications of Oakland University's faculty.

 

Celebrated Authors and Their Works

 

Sandra Alber (Human Development & Child Study)

Alber, S. (2009). Cross-cultural competency and media influences. In S. Alber (Ed.), Voices in teacher education (pp. 123-127). New Lenox, IL: High Tide Press.

Sandra Alber (Human Development & Child Study)

Alber, S., Edgerton, S., & Kypros, B. (2009). How do professional publications and university programs influence action research topic selection of early childhood educators? In S. Alber (Ed.), Voices in teacher education (pp. 35-39). New Lenox, IL: High Tide Press.

Carl F. Barnes, Jr. (Art History)

Barnes, C., Jr. (2009). Apparitional aesthetics: Viollet-le-Duc and Villard de Honnecourt. In E. S. Lane, E. C. Pastan, E. M. Shortell & M. H. Caviness (Eds.), The four modes of seeing : Approaches to medieval imagery in honor of Madeline Harrison Caviness (pp. 465-480). Burlington, VT: Ashgate.

Carl F. Barnes, Jr. (Art History)

Barnes, C. F., Jr. (2008). Carefree: A memoir of my father and family. New York: iUniverse.

Carl F. Barnes, Jr. (Art History)

Barnes, C. F., Jr. (2009). The portfolio of Villard de Honnecourt: A new critical edition and color facsimile. Burlington: Ashgate.

Mary Tracy Bee (School of Medicine)

Bee, M. T. (2009). Human anatomy: A workbook approach. Dubuque: Kendall Hunt.

Mary Tracy Bee (School of Medicine)

Bee, M. T., & Tracy, E. G. (2009). Bare bones: Advanced human anatomy. Dubuque: Kendall Hunt.

Benjamin Bennett-Carpenter (Writing & Rhetoric)

Bennett-Carpenter, B. (2008). Still the king of queens? Kenneth Burke, The rhetoric of religion and the theorizing of rhetoric and religion now. In J. Selzer, & R. Wess (Eds.), Kenneth Burke and his circles (pp. 161-173). West Lafayette: Parlor Press.

Linda Benson (History)

Benson, L. (2008). Across China's Gobi: The lives of Evangeline French, Mildred Cable, and Francesca French of the China inland mission. Norwalk, CT: EastBridge.

Christopher Clason (Modern Languages & Literatures)

Clason, C. (2008). "Good lovin'": The language of erotic desire and fulfillment in Gottfried's Tristan. In A. Classen (Ed.), Sexuality in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Times: New approaches to a fundamental cultural-historical and literary-anthropological theme (pp. 257-278). Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.

Natalie B. Cole (English)

Cole, N. B. (2009). Private snuggeries: The spaces of masculine identity in Armadale. In M. Costantini (Ed.), Armadale: Wilkie Collins and the dark threads of life (pp. 109-131). Roma: Aracne.

Brian Connery (English)

Connery, B. (2009). "Wild work in the world": The church, the public sphere and Swift's abstract of Collins' Discourse. In T. C. Parker (Ed.), Swift as priest and satirist (pp. 72-102). Newark: University of Delaware Press.

Manohar Das (Electrical & Computer Engineering)

Ganesan, S., Saxena, G., & Das, M. (2008). Model based design of adaptive noise cancellation: Using TI DSP TMS 320C6713 processor. Germany: Verlag Dr. Muller.

David Dulio (Political Science)

Dulio, D. A., O'Brien, E. E., & Klemanski, J. S. (Eds.). (2009). Diversity in contemporary American politics and government. New York: Pearson Longman.

David Dulio (Political Science)

Dulio, D., & Towner, T. (2009). The permanent campaign. In D. W. Johnson (Ed.), Routledge handbook of political management (pp. 83-97). New York: Routledge.

David Dulio (Political Science)

Medvic, S., & Dulio, D. (2008). The media and public opinion. In M. J. Rozell, & J. D. Mayer (Eds.), Media power, media politics (2nd ed., pp. 233-255). Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

Karen Dunn (Nursing)

Dunn, K. (2009). Discourse on volunteering: The benefits and barriers. In M. T. Evans, & E. D. Walker (Eds.), Religion and psychology (pp. 243-254). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

Jane Eberwein (English)

Eberwein, J. (2009). Messages of condolence. In J. D. Eberwein, & C. MacKenzie (Eds.), Reading Emily Dickinson's letters: Critical essays (pp. 100-125). Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press.

Robert Eberwein (English)

Eberwein, R. (2008). "As a mother cuddles a child": Sexuality and masculinity in World War II combat films. In K. Gabbard, & W. Luhr (Eds.), Screening genders (pp. 111-122). New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press.

Andrea Eis (Art & Art History)

Eis, A. (2009). Inscriptions. San Francisco: Blurb.

Andrea Eis (Art & Art History)

Eis, A. (2009). Symbolic city exhibition. [Photographic Works]. Shanghai: SUES.

Subramaniam Ganesan (Electrical & Computer Engineering)

Ganesan, S., Saxena, G., & Das, M. (2008). Model based design of adaptive noise cancellation: Using TI DSP TMS 320C6713 processor. Germany: Verlag Dr. Muller.

David Garfinkle (Physics)

Garfinkle, D., & Garfinkle, R. (2008). Three steps to the universe: From the sun to black holes to the mystery of dark matter. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.

Gregory Giberson (Writing & Rhetoric)

Giberson, T., & Giberson, G. (Eds.). (2009). The knowledge economy: Academic and the commodification of higher education. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.

Tomas Giberson (Human Resource Development)

Giberson, T., & Giberson, G. (Eds.). (2009). The knowledge economy: Academic and the commodification of higher education. Cresskill, NJ: Hampton Press.

Henri Gooren (Sociology & Anthropology)

Gooren, H. (2008). The Mormons of the world: The meaning of LDS membership in Central America. In C. K. Jacobson, J. P. Hoffmann & T. B. Heaton (Eds.), Revisiting Thomas F. O'Dea's The Mormons: Contemporary perspectives (pp. 362-388). Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press.

Stacey Hahn (Modern Languages & Literatures)

Hahn, S. (2008). Feminine sexuality in the Lancelot-Grail cycle. In A. Classen (Ed.), Sexuality in the Middle Ages and the Early Modern Times: New approaches to a fundamental cultural-historical and literary-anthropological theme (pp. 485-502). Berlin: Walter de Gruyter.

Neils Herold (English)

Herold, N. (2008). Movers and losers: Shakespeare in charge and Shakespeare behind bars. In C. Dionne, & P. Kapadia (Eds.), Native Shakespeares: Indigenous appropriations on a global stage (pp. 153-173). Burlington, VT: Ashgate.

Edward Hoeppner (English)

Hoeppner, E. H. (2008). Ancestral radio: Poems. Cincinnati, OH: Word Press.

Ilene Ingram (Educational Leadership)

Ingram, I. (2009). The role of reflection in developing the educational platform of aspiring school principals. In S. Alber (Ed.), Voices in teacher education (pp. 75-80). New Lenox, IL: High Tide Press.

Deborah Janks (Physics)

Janks, D., & Roth, B. (2009). The bidomain theory of pacing. In I. R. Efimov, M. W. Kroll & P. J. Tchou (Eds.), Cardiac bioelectric therapy: Mechanisms and practical implications (pp. 63-83). New York, NY: Springer.

John Kinkel (Sociology & Anthropology)

Kinkel, R. J. (2008). Cinderella church: The story of early Christianity. New York: iUniverse.

John Klemanski (Political Science)

Dulio, D. A., O'Brien, E. E., & Klemanski, J. S. (Eds.). (2009). Diversity in contemporary American politics and government. New York: Pearson Longman.

Roy Kotynek (History)

Kotynek, R., & Cohassey, J. (2008). American cultural rebels: Avant-garde and bohemian artists, writers and musicians from the 1850s through the 1960s. Jefferson, N.C: McFarland & Co.

Paul Kubicek (Political Science)

Kubicek, P. (2009). The commonwealth of independent states: An example of failed regionalism. In R. Fawn (Ed.), Globalising the regional, regionalising the global (pp. 237-256). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Paul Kubicek (Political Science)

Kubicek, P. (2008). The history of Ukraine. Westport, Conn: Greenwood Press.

Paul Kubicek (Political Science)

Kubicek, P. (2009). Ukrainian trade unions since 1945. In C. Phelan (Ed.), Trade unionism since 1945: Towards a global history. Volume 1, Western Europe, Eastern Europe, Africa and the Middle East (pp. 291-315). Oxford: Peter Lang.

Timothy Larrabee (Teacher Development & Educational Studies)

Larrabee, T. (2009). Inclusive classrooms in Michigan; creating space for LGBT students and families. In S. Alber (Ed.), Voices in teacher education (pp. 83-91). New Lenox, IL: High Tide Press.

Janusz Laski (Computer Science)

Laski, J., & Stanley, W. (2009). Software verification and analysis: An integrated, hands-on approach. New York: Springer.

Fritz McDonald (Philosophy)

McDonald, F. (2008). Analytic: truth; antinomies; brain-in-vat; indeterminacy of translation; inscrutability of reference; logic: informal; Quine, W.V.O.; semantics; truth value; universals [Contributed entries]. In J. Lachs, R. Talisse (Eds.), American philosophy: An encyclopedia. New York: Routledge.

Pam Morehead (Teacher Development & Educational Studies)

Kalmar, K., Morehead, P., & Tyson, L. (2009). Windows on cognition. In S. Alber (Ed.), Voices in teachers education (pp. 101-106). New Lenox, IL: High Tide Press.

Donald E. Morse (English)

Morse, D. E. (2009). Breaking the silence. In H. Bloom (Ed.), Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse-Five (pp. 85-102). New York: Infobase Publishing.

Donald E. Morse (English)

Bertha, C., & Morse, D. E. (Eds.). (2008). Silenced voices: Hungarian plays from Transylvania. Dublin, Ireland: Carysfort Press.

Jim Nugent (Writing & Rhetoric)

Ostergaard, L., Ludwig, J., & Nugent, J. (Eds.). (2009). Transforming English studies: New voices in an emerging genre. West Lafayette: Parlor Press.

Barbara Oakley (Industrial & Systems Engineering)

Oakley, B. (2008). Writing non-fiction books. In G. Madhavan, B. Oakley & L. G. Kun (Eds.), Career development in bioengineering and biotechnology (pp. 283-287). New York, NY: Springer.

Lori Ostergaard (Writing & Rhetoric)

Ostergaard, L., Ludwig, J., & Nugent, J. (Eds.). (2009). Transforming English studies: New voices in an emerging genre. West Lafayette: Parlor Press.

Valerie Palmer-Mehta (Communication & Journalism)

Palmer-Mehta, V., & Haliliuc, A. (2009). Flavor of love and the rise of neo-minstrelsy on reality television. In E. Watson (Ed.), Pimps, wimps, studs, thugs and gentlemen: Essays on media images of masculinity (pp. 85-105). Jefferson, N.C: McFarland & Co.

Valerie Palmer-Mehta (Communication & Journalism)

Palmer-Mehta, V., & Haliliuc, A. (2009). Reality television: The business of mediating (extra)ordinary life. In R. Sickels (Ed.), The business of entertainment: Television (pp. 159-178). Westport, Conn: Praeger Publishers.

Linda Pavonetti (Reading & Language Arts)

Pavonetti, L. (2009). The hero's quest: Analyzing Lois Lowry's The giver trilogy. In J. Deszcz-Tryhubczak, M. Oziewicz & A. Zarzycka (Eds.), Relevant across cultures: Visions of connectedness and world citizenship in modern fantasy for young readers (pp. 145-158). Wroclaw: Oficyna Wydawnicza ATUT.

Kathleen Pfeiffer (English)

Pfeiffer, K. (2008). Teaching Waldo Frank's Holiday. In M. Soto (Ed.), Teaching the Harlem renaissance: Course design and classroom strategies (pp. 123-131). New York: P. Lang.

Jo Reger (Sociology & Anthropology)

Reger, J., Myers, D. J., & Einwohner, R. L. (2008). Identity work in social movements. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Bradley J. Roth (Physics)

Janks, D., & Roth, B. (2009). The bidomain theory of pacing. In I. R. Efimov, M. W. Kroll & P. J. Tchou (Eds.), Cardiac bioelectric therapy: Mechanisms and practical implications (pp. 63-83). New York, NY: Springer.

Bradley J. Roth (Physics)

Wikswo, J., & Roth, B. (2009). Virtual electrode theory of pacing. In I. R. Efimov, M. W. Kroll & P. J. Tchou (Eds.), Cardiac bioelectric therapy: Mechanisms and practical implications (pp. 283-330). New York, NY: Springer.

John Sase (School of Business Administration)

Sase, J. F. (2009). Curious alignments: The global economy since 2500 BCE. Lathrup Village, MI: Sase Associates.

Robert Schwartz (Reading & Language Arts)

Schwartz, R. (2009). An audience of one. In J. Clay (Ed.), Memories of Marie: Reflections on the life and work of Marie Clay (pp. 170-172). Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann.

Robert Schwartz (Reading & Language Arts)

Schwartz, R. (2009). Reading recovery research in North America. In B. Watson, & B. J. Askew (Eds.), Boundless horizons: Marie Clay's search for the possible in children's literacy (pp. 162-189). Rosedale: Heinemann.

Sunwoo Shin (Human Development & Child Study)

Robertson, J., Koh, M., Shin, S., Slawson, D., & Wang, L. (2009). The impact of an art museum and urban school district partnership on student achievement and teacher art infusion. In S. Alber (Ed.), Voices in teacher education (pp. 65-73). New Lenox, IL: High Tide Press.

Suzanne Spencer-Wood (Sociology & Anthropology)

Spencer-Wood, S. (2009). A feminist approach to European ideologies of poverty and the institutionalization of the poor in Falmouth, Massachusetts. In A. M. Beisaw, & J. G. Gibb (Eds.), The archaeology of institutional life (pp. 117-136). Tuscaloosa: The University of Alabama Press.

Terri Towner (Political Science)

Dulio, D., & Towner, T. (2009). The permanent campaign. In D. W. Johnson (Ed.), Routledge handbook of political management (pp. 83-97). New York: Routledge.

Linda Tyson (Teacher Development & Educational Studies)

Kalmar, K., Morehead, P., & Tyson, L. (2009). Windows on cognition. In S. Alber (Ed.), Voices in teachers education (pp. 101-106). New Lenox, IL: High Tide Press.

Jackie Wiggins (Music, Theater and Dance)

Wiggins, J. (2009). Teaching for musical understanding (2nd ed.). Rochester, MI: CARMU, Oakland University.

Yang Xia (Physics)

Xia, Y., & Zheng, S. (2009). Microscopic imaging of structured macromolecules in articular cartilage. In S. L. Codd, & J. D. Seymour (Eds.), Magnetic resonance microscopy: Spatially resolved NMR techniques and applications (pp. 303-314). Weinheim: Wiley-VCH.

Lianxiang Yang (Mechanical Engineering)

Yang, L., & Siebert, T. (2008). Digital speckle interferometry in Engineering. In H. J. Caulfield (Ed.), New directions in holography and speckle (pp. 405-439). Stevenson Ranch, CA: American Scientific Publishers.

 

2008-2009 Senate Library Committee:

Chair: Laura Pittiglio (School of Nursing) -- 2008-2010

Kristine Condic (Library) -- 2008-2010
Bill Cramer (Library) -- 2009-2011
Caroline Jumel (Modern Languages & Literatures) -- 2009-2011
John Finke (Chemistry) -- 2008-2010
Mariela Hristova (Library) -- 2008-2010
Mary Lewis (Psychology) -- 2009-2011
Shawn Lombardo (Library) -- 2009-2011
Sara Maher (School of Health Sciences) -- 2008-2010
Karl Majeske (School of Business Administration) -- 2009-2011
Barbara Oakley (School of Engineering & Computer Science) -- 2008-2010
Michelle Piskulich (Political Science) -- 2009-2011
Julia Rodriguez (Library) -- 2008-2010
Vagner Whitehead (Art & Art History) -- 2008-2010

Students: Josh Mahoney, Ashley Marthen
Dean of the Library: Julie Voelck
Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs, or designee:  Tamara Machmut-Jhashi



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