Kresge Library

Celebrated Authors & Books

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

invitation

Celebrated Authors and Their Works

Robert F. Anderson (English)

Clason, C. & Anderson, R. F. (Eds.) (2010). Literary and poetic representations of work and labor
in Europe and Asia during the Romantic Era: Charting a motif across boundaries of culture,
place, and time. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press.

Claude Baillargeon (Art History)

Baillargeon, C. (2011). Art building begets Building Art: Burtynsky’s AGA Commission. In E.
Burtynsky & Crowston, C., Art gallery of Alberta: Randall Stout Architects. Edmonton: Art
Gallery of Alberta.

Kathleen Battles (Communication & Journalism)

Battles, K. (2010). Calling all cars: Radio dragnets and the technology of policing. Minneapolis,
MN: University of Minnesota Press.

Kathleen Battles (Communication & Journalism)

Battles, K. & Hilton-Morrow, W. (2010). Nobody wants to watch a beacon: Will & Grace and the
limits of mainstream network television. In Elledge, J. (Ed.), Queers in American Popular
Culture (Vol. 1, pp. 187-208). Santa Barbara, CA: Praeger.

Mary Tracy Bee (School of Medicine)

Bee, M. T. (2010). Musculoskeletal Essentials of Bare Bones. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.

Mary Tracy Bee (School of Medicine)

Bee, M. (2011). Foundations of human anatomy. Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.

Aaron J. Bird (Occupational Safety & Health)

Wachter, J. K. & Bird, A. J. (2011). Applied quantitative methods for occupational safety and
health. San Diego, CA: University Readers.

Deborah Blair (Music Education)

Blair, D. & Wiggins, J. (2010). Teaching for musical understanding: A constructivist approach. In J.
Ballantyne & B.-L. Bartleet (Eds.), Navigating music and sound education. Newcastle:
Cambridge Scholars.

Adolfo Campoy (Spanish)

Campoy, A. (2011). La literature poscolonial española del Magreb. In P. Álvarez-Blanco & Dorca,
T., Contornos de la narrativa española actual (2000-2010): Un diálogo entre creadores y
críticos. Orlando, FL: Iberoamericana Vervuert Publishing.

Jacob Cayahus (Communication)

Crabill, S., Youngquist, J. & Cayanus, J. (2012). Second life: Reducing public speaking
apprehension. In C. Cheal, J. Coughlin & S. Moore, Transformation in teaching: Social media
strategies in higher education (pp. 139-158). Santa Rosa, CA: Informing Science Press.

Ferman A Chavez (Bioinorganic Chemistry)

Chavez, F. A., Banerjee, A. & Sljivic, B. (2011). Modeling the metal binding site in cupin proteins.
In L. Pramatarova, On biometrics. Rijeka, Croatia: InTech.

Cathy Cheal (ELIS)

Cheal, C., Coughlin, J. & Moore, S. (Eds.). (2012). Transformation in teaching: Social media
strategies in higher education. Santa Rosa, CA: Informing Science Press.

Christopher R. Clason (German)

Clason, C. R. (2010). Space and nature. In A. Classen (Ed.), Handbook of medieval studies (Vol. 2,
pp. 1563-1575). Berlin: Gruyter.

Christopher R. Clason (German)

Clason, C. R. (2010). Friedrich Heinrich August Wilhelm von der Hagen. In A. Classen (Ed.),
Handbook of medieval studies (Vol. 3, pp. 2338-2341). Berlin: Gruyter.

Christopher R. Clason (German)

Clason, C. R. (2010). Karl Gotthard Lamprecht. In A. Classen (Ed.), Handbook of medieval studies
(Vol. 3, pp. 2447-2450). Berlin: Gruyter.

Christopher R. Clason (German)

Clason, C. R. (2010). August Wilhelm (von) Schlegel. In A. Classen (Ed.), Handbook of medieval
studies (Vol. 3, pp. 2623-2626). Berlin: Gruyter.

Christopher R. Clason (German)

Clason, C. R. (2010). Karl Joseph Simrock. In A. Classen (Ed.), Handbook of medieval studies (Vol.
3, pp. 2646-2649). Berlin: Gruyter.

Christopher R. Clason (German)

Clason, C. & Anderson, R. F. (Eds.) (2010). Literary and poetic representations of work and labor
in Europe and Asia during the Romantic Era: Charting a motif across boundaries of culture,
place, and time. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press.

Scott Crabill (Communication)

Crabill, S., Youngquist, J. & Cayanus, J. (2012). Second life: Reducing public speaking
apprehension. In C. Cheal, J. Coughlin & S. Moore, Transformation in teaching: Social media
strategies in higher education (pp. 139-158). Santa Rosa, CA: Informing Science Press.

Deborah Doherty (Physical Therapy)

Doherty, D. (2011). Little angels take a big journey: The Story of Josie, Book #1. Michigan:
Author.

Deborah Doherty (Physical Therapy)

Doherty, D. (2011). Little angels take a big journey: The Story of Derek, Book #2. Michigan:
Author.

David A. Dulio (Political Science)

Dulio, David A. (2010). Madness in Michigan: A microcosm of elections American style. In J.A.
Thurber & C. J. Nelson (Eds.), Campaigns and elections American style: Transforming
American politics (pp. 269-303). Boulder, CO: Westview Press.

David A. Dulio (Political Science)

Adkins, R. E., & Dulio, D. A. (Eds.). (2010). Cases in Congressional campaigns: Incumbents
playing defense. New York: Routledge.

David A. Dulio (Political Science)

Dulio, D. A. (2011). The impact of political consultants. In S. C. Craig & D. B. Hill, The electoral
challenge: Theory meets practice (2nd ed., pp. 243-263). Washington, DC: CQ Press.

David A. Dulio (Political Science)

Dulio, D. A. (2010). What do we expect from our elections? In B. A. Radin & J. M. Chanin, What
do we expect from our government? (pp.177-194). Plymouth, UK: Lexington Books.

David L. Felten (Medical School)

Felten, D. L., & Shetty, A. N. (2010). Netter's Atlas of neuroscience. Philadelphia, PA:
Saunders/Elsevier.

Stephen Filler (Japanese)

Filler, S. (2010). Ito Noe’s “Tenki”: Romance and social activism in autobiographical fiction. In C.
Clason & R. F. Anderson (Eds.), Literary and poetic representations of work and labor in
Europe and Asia during the Romantic Era: Charting a motif across boundaries of culture,
place, and time (pp. 105-119). Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press.

Robert Folberg (Medical School)

Folberg, R. (2010). The eye. In S. L. Robbins, V. Kumar, & R. S. Cotran. (2010). Robbins and
Cotran pathologic basis of disease. Philadelphia, PA: Saunders/Elsevier.

Subramaniam Ganesan (Electrical & Computer Engineering)

Ganesan, S. (Ed.). (2011). Automotive systems engineering: Approach and verification.
Warrendale, PA: SAE International.

Subramaniam Ganesan (Electrical & Computer Engineering)

Ganesan, S. (Ed.). (2011). Automotive systems engineering: Modeling. Warrendale, PA: SAE
International.

Subramaniam Ganesan (Electrical & Computer Engineering)

Ganesan, S. (Ed.). (2011). Automotive systems engineering: Overview. Warrendale, PA: SAE
International.

Subramaniam Ganesan (Electrical & Computer Engineering)

Ganesan, S. (Ed.). (2011). Automotive systems engineering: Requirement. Warrendale, PA: SAE
International.

Greg Giberson (Writing & Rhetoric)

Giberson, G. A. & Moriarty, T. A. (2010). What we are becoming: Developments in
undergraduate writing majors. Logan, UT: Utah State University Press.

Henri Gooren (Anthropology)

Gooren, H. (2010). Religious conversion and disaffiliation: Tracing patterns of change in faith
practices. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Darlene Groomes (Human Development & Child Studies)

Groomes, D. (2011). Why we do performance management/PE:QA. In Institute on
Rehabilitation Issues, Program evaluation and quality assurance in vocational rehabilitation:
Thirty-sixth Institute on Rehabilitation Issues. Hot Springs, AR: University of Arkansas.

Mariela Hristova (Kresge Library)

Gunn, M. & Kraemer, E. W. (2012). The agile teaching library: models for integrating
information literacy in online learning. In S. Kelsey & St. Amant, K. (Eds.), Computer-mediated
communication: Issues and approaches in education (pp. 191-206). Hershey, PA: Information
Science Reference.

Stacey Hahn (French)

Hahn, S. L. (2010). Love as work in Balzac’s La Duchesse de Langeais. In C. Clason & R. F.
Anderson (Eds.), Literary and poetic representations of work and labor in Europe and Asia
during the Romantic Era: Charting a motif across boundaries of culture, place, and time (pp.
121-136). Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press.

Edward Haworth Hoeppner (English)

Hoeppner, E. H. (2011). Blood prism. Columbus, OH: Ohio State University Press.

R. John Kinkel (Christianity Studies)

Kinkel, R. J. (Ed.). (2011). Letters to Pope Benedict: College students speak out. S.I.: Trafford On
Demand Publishing.

Andrea Knutsen (English)

Knutsen, A. (2011). American spaces of conversion: The conductive imaginaries of Edwards,
Emerson, and James. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Elizabeth W. Kraemer (Kresge Library)

Gunn, M. & Kraemer, E. W. (2012). The agile teaching library: models for integrating
information literacy in online learning. In S. Kelsey & St. Amant, K. (Eds.), Computer-mediated
communication: Issues and approaches in education (pp. 191-206). Hershey, PA: Information
Science Reference.

Paul Kubicek (Political Science)

Kubicek, P. (2011). The diminishing relevance of ostalgie 20 years after reunification. In K.
Gerstenberger & J. Evans Braziel (Eds.), After the Berlin Wall: Germany and beyond (pp. 85-
103). New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan.

Paul Kubicek (Political Science)

Kubicek, P. (2012). European politics. Boston, MA: Longman.

Paul Kubicek (Political Science)

Kubicek, P. (2010). Structure, agency, and secessionism in the Soviet Union and post-Soviet
states. In D. H. Doyle (Ed.), Secession as an international phenomenon: From America’s Civil
War to contemporary separatist movements (pp. 277-295). Athens, GA: University of Georgia
Press.

Paul Kubicek (Political Science)

Kubicek, P. (2010). Applying the democratization literature to post-Soviet Central Asian
statehood. In E. Kavalski, Stable outside, fragile inside? Post-Soviet statehood in Central Asia
(pp. 37-52).

Erin Meyers (Communication)

Meyers, E. (2012). Gossip blogs and ‘baby bumps’: The new visual spectacle of female celebrity
in gossip media. In K. Ross (Ed.), The handbook of gender, sex, and media (pp. 53-70).
Malden, MA: John Wiley & Sons Ltd.

Pamela Mitzelfeld (Associate Director, Writing Center)

Smydra, R. & Mitzelfeld, P. (2012). Blogger: Classrooms without boundaries in an English honor’s
course on literary self-narrative. In C. Cheal, J. Coughlin & S. Moore, Transformation in
teaching: Social media strategies in higher education (pp. 413-432). Santa Rosa, CA:
Informing Science Press.

Austin Murphy (Finance)

Callaghan, J., Murphy, A. & Qian, H. (Eds.). (2012). First international conference on credit
analysis and risk management. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Seigo Nakao (Japanese)

Nakao, S. (2010). Tanizaki Junichiro’s masochist heroes and their quest for the matriarchal
utopia. In C. Clason & R. F. Anderson (Eds.), Literary and poetic representations of work and
labor in Europe and Asia during the Romantic Era: Charting a motif across boundaries of
culture, place, and time (pp. 173-188). Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press.

Barbara Oakley (Engineering)

Oakley, B. (2011). Cold-blooded kindness: Neuroquirks of a codependent killer, or just give me a
shot at loving you, dear, and other reflections on helping that hurts. Amherst, NY:
Prometheus Books.

Linda M. Pavonetti (Reading and Language Arts)

Pavonetti, L. M. (2011). Censorship, challenge, and choice. In A. Whatley Bedford & L. K.
Albright (Eds.), A Master Class in Children’s Literature (pp. 181-198). Urbana, IL: National
Council of Teachers of English.

Linda M. Pavonetti (Reading and Language Arts)

Pavonetti, L. M. (Ed.). (2011). Bridges to understanding: Envisioning the world through children's
books. Lanham, MD: Scarecrow Press.

Jessica Payette (Music)

Payette, J. (2011). Dismembering ‘Expectations’: The modernization of monodrama in fin-de-
siecle theatrical arts. In Hibberd, S. (Ed.), Melodramatic voices: Understanding music drama
(pp. 137-158). Burlington, VT: Ashgate.

Wanda C. Reygaert (School of Medicine)

Reygaert, W.C. (2010). Chapter 19: Nonmalignant granulocyte and monocyte disorders. In S. B.
McKenzie & J. L. Williams, Clinical laboratory hematology (pp. 383-401). Boston, MA:
Pearson.

Bradley J. Roth (Physics)

Mazeh, N. & Roth, B. J. (2010). Optical mapping of intramural reentry. In L. Schmitt & T. Konig
(Eds.), Advances in Cardiovascular Research (pp. 321-341). New York, NY: Nova Science
Publishers.

Richard L. Sabina (School of Medicine)

Sabina, R. L. (2010). Myoadenylate deaminase defiency. In C. Scriver et. Al. (Eds.), The Online
Metabolic & Molecular Bases of Inherited Disease. New York: McGraw-Hill.

Howard Schwartz (Organizational Behavior)

Schwartz, H. S. (2010). Political correctness as politeness. In R. A. Couto (Ed.), Political and civil
leadership: A reference handbook (Vol. II, pp. 647-660). Los Angeles, CA: Sage Reference.


Howard Schwartz (Organizational Behavior)

Schwartz, H. (2010). Narcissism project and corporate decay: The case of General Motors. In H.
Brunning & M. Perini, Psychoanalytic Perspectives on a Turbulent World (pp. 93-116).
London: Karnac.

Howard Schwartz (Organizational Behavior)

Schwartz, H. S. (2010). Society against itself: Political correctness and organizational self-
destruction. London: Karnac.

Howard Schwartz (Organizational Behavior)

Scwartz, H. S. (2012). Anti-oedipal dynamics in the sub-prime loan debacle. In S. Long & B.
Sievers, Towards a socioanalysis of money, finance and capitalism: Beneath the surface of the
financial industry (pp. 321-334). New York: Routledge.

Mark Simon (Management)

Simon, M. (2011). The balanced entrepreneur: Finding and perfecting ideas to generate
Financing, freedom, fun, and fortune! Clarkston, MI: Entrepreneurial Life Publications.

Rachel Smydra (English)

Smydra, R. & Mitzelfeld, P. (2012). Blogger: Classrooms without boundaries in an English honor’s
course on literary self-narrative. In C. Cheal, J. Coughlin & S. Moore, Transformation in
teaching: Social media strategies in higher education (pp. 413-432). Santa Rosa, CA: Informing Science Press.

Suzanne M. Spencer-Wood (Anthropology)

Baugher, S. & Spencer-Wood, S. M. (Eds.). (2010). Archaeology and preservation of gendered
landscapes. New York, NY: Springer.

Terri Towner (Political Science)

Towner, T. L. & Dulio, D. A. (2011). The web 2.0 election: Voter learning in the 2008 presidential
campaign. In J. A. Hendricks & L. L. Kaid (Eds.), Techno politics in presidential campaigning:
New voices, new technologies, and new voters (pp. 22-43). New York: Routledge.

Terri Towner (Political Science)

Towner, T. & C. Lego Munoz. Facebook: Role play in a psychology class. In C. Cheal, J. Coughlin
& S. Moore, Transformation in teaching: Social media strategies in higher education (pp. 311-
342). Santa Rosa, CA: Informing Science Press.

Jackie Wiggins (Music Education)

Wiggins, J. (2011). When the music is theirs: scaffolding young songwriters. In M. S. Barret (Ed.),
A Cultural Psychology of Music Education (pp. 83-113). New York, NY: Oxford University
Press.

Jackie Wiggins (Music Education)

Blair, D. & Wiggins, J. (2010). Teaching for musical understanding: A constructivist approach. In J.
Ballantyne & B.-L. Bartleet (Eds.), Navigating music and sound education. Newcastle:
Cambridge Scholars.

J. Lynne Williams (School of Medicine)

McKenzie, S. B., & Williams, J. L. (2010). Clinical laboratory hematology. Boston, MA: Pearson.

Jeff Youngquist (Communication)

Crabill, S., Youngquist, J. & Cayanus, J. (2012). Second life: Reducing public speaking
apprehension. In C. Cheal, J. Coughlin & S. Moore, Transformation in teaching: Social media
strategies in higher education (pp. 139-158). Santa Rosa, CA: Informing Science Press.

 

 

 

20011-2012 Senate Library Committee:

LIBRARY COMMITTEE 
Chair: Florence Dallo (School of Health Sciences) -- 2010-2012
Rob Anderson (CAS - English) -- 2010-2012
Amy Banes-Berceli (CAS - Biological Sciences) -- 2010-2012
Kris Condic (Library) -- 2010-2012
Dominique Daniel (Library) -- 2010-2012
Deanna Hays (School of Nursing) -- 2010-2012
Barbara Oakley (School of Engineering & Computer Sciences) -- 2010-2012
Shannon Flummerfelt (School of Education & Human Services) -- 2010-2012
Laura Landolt (CAS - Political Science) -- 2011-2013
Jessica Payette (CAS - Music, Theatre & Dance) -- 2011-2013
Ellen Zhu (SBA) -- (2011-2013)
Katie Greer  (Library) -- 2011-2013
Anne Switzer (Library) -- 2011-2013
Students (3): Maria Willet; Steve Cox; Matt Parks
Dean of the Library: Adriene Lim 
Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs, or designee: Leigh Settlemoir-Dzwik

 

 



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