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Sojourner Truth Library congratulates all of the SUNY New Paltz faculty on their major published works. From books to documentary films we say thank you and keep them coming. Here are some of the more recent faculty published works from the last 3 years.

2016 Faculty author: David Appelbaum
In his voice : Maurice Blanchot s affair with the neuter
Authors: David Appelbaum.
Publisher: State University of New York Press Albany
In His Voice considers the idea of the neuter in Maurice Blanchot s work, and seeks to work out through an exercise of literary impersonation, or ventriloquism, how and why Blanchot relied on this form. Neither active nor passive, the neuter expresses a kind of third voice beyond the command of the author, one that speaks paradoxically of what lies outside of speaking but nonetheless exerts an irrepressible influence on thought. The neuter is exilic, messianic, and fragmentary. Since it cannot be directly accounted for, Blanchot uses a number of indirect approaches--notably, myth--to announce the key elements of his view. Orpheus, Odysseus, and principally Narcissus figure his conception and elaborate the operation of giving voice. Through a distillation of Blanchot s narrative and critical texts--focusing on the late works, The Step Not Beyond, and The Writing of the Disaster--and through an emphasis on performance, In His Voice enacts the event of writing in search of how authors inscriptive reality appears in the world. -- Publisher s description
2017 Faculty author: David Appelbaum
Notes on water : an aqueous phenomenology
Authors: David Appelbaum.
Publisher: Monkfish Book Publishing Company Rhinebeck, New York
This poetical study of water ranges from classical myth and literature to modern physics and microbiology. Because water exists in three forms or phases-liquid, solid, and gas-each needs its own constellation of ideas. Its subtle movement is the hidden source of question, questioner, and the phenomenon of life. Its power is transformation, the unspoken theme of the book -- Provided by publisher.
2016 Faculty author: Lorin Basden Arnold
Taking the village online : mothers, motherhood, and social media
Authors: edited by Lorin Basden Arnold and BettyAnn Martin.
Publisher: Demeter Press Bradford, Ontario
The rise of social media has changed how we understand and enact relationships across our lives, including motherhood. The meanings and practices of mothering have been significantly impacted by the availability of online mother groups Facebook, Twitter, Instagram as well as internet resources intended to enhance and inform maternal experience and self-concept ex. pinterest, YouTube . The village that now contributes to the mothering experience has grown exponentially, granting mothers access to interactional partners and knowledge never before available. This volume of works explores the impact of social media forms on our cultural understandings of motherhood and the ways that we communicate about the experience and practice of mothering.
2016 Faculty authors: Daniel Belasco & Sara Pasti
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2016 Faculty authors: Daniel Belasco & Sara Pasti
On the street and in the studio : photographs donated by Howard Greenberg
Authors: edited by Daniel Belasco.
Publisher: Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art New Paltz, New York
The history of photography concerns its materiality as much as its imagery. The Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art at the State University of New York at New Paltz is firmly engaged with this history of reinvention. Nearly half of the collection came to the museum from a single source: photography specialist and dealer Howard Greenberg. On the Street and in the Studio documents the enormous contribution made by Greenberg in building a collection of nineteenth- and twentieth-century photography at the Dorsky Museum. The catalogue includes an essay by curator Daniel Belasco that surveys the strengths and characteristics of the collection. An interview with Howard Greenberg sheds light on how he collects photographs and chooses to present them to institutions. The portfolio section features images of both the photographic images and reverse sides of nineteen prints in the collection by Eugène Atget, Berenice Abbott, James Van Der Zee, Margaret Bourke-White, and others, revealing how there is as much relevant information on the back as on the picture itself, an insight made available for students and the general public. -- SUNY press
2016 Faculty authors: Daniel Belasco & Sara Pasti
2016 Faculty authors: Daniel Belasco & Sara Pasti
The floating world : holograms by Rudie Berkhout
Authors: Daniel Belasco, exhibition curator ; with contributions by Rudie Berkhout, Martina Mrongovius, Sara J. Pasti.
Publisher: Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art New Paltz, New York
The first-ever catalogue dedicated to light artist and holographer Rudie Berkhout, The Floating World focuses on the transmission holograms Berkhout made from 1978 to 1989, a peak period of his creativity and professional recognition. In a transmission hologram, a rear-mounted light shines on a glass plate to illuminate a three-dimensional image. Curator Daniel Belasco situates Berkhout in the art and culture of his day, from the mass-produced holograms on the cover of National Geographic to the other artists working at the intersection of technology and audience participation. Holography scholar Martina Mrongovius provides a detailed account of the technology and craft in Berkhout s working process. Additional catalogue components include reprints of two important artist statements, multiple illustrations of exhibited art works, bibliography, and detailed exhibition history. Berkhout envisioned his abstract holograms as the marriage of science, art, and philosophy. -- SUNY Press
2016 Faculty author: Gerald Benjamin
New Yorks broken constitution : the governance crisis and the path to renewed greatness
Authors: edited by Peter J. Galie, Christopher Bopst, and Gerald Benjamin.
Publisher: State University of New York Press Albany
On its face, New York State s constitution is an elaborate and impressive aggregation of processes, powers, mandates, and limits. But many of these are inoperative, and New Yorkers who read the document and believe what it says will come away with a massive misunderstanding of the realities of state government. The essays in this book seek to clarify the realities by bringing attention to the gaps between what the constitution says and how the state is actually governed, and they provide a disquieting picture of the state of the state s constitution. Among the topics addressed are state debt and budgeting practices, legislative redistricting, local government, gambling, conservation, and the process of amending the constitution... The chapters explain the constitutional provisions in question, including the reasons for their constitutional status; how they have been used and interpreted; and the extent of the gaps between the constitutional provisions and practice. Various proposals for reform are also examined. -- Back cover.
2017 Faculty author: Jeri Burns
Storytwisting : a guide to remixing and reinventing stories
Authors: Jeri Burns and Barry Marshall, the Storycrafters.
Publisher: Parkhurst Brothers Publishers Marion, Michigan
Storytwisting, Publisher Statement The oral storytelling tradition brings both tradition and creative innovation to the culture. In their new book, Storytwisting, award-winning storytellers Jeri Burns and Barry Marshall celebrate tradition and radical innovation in the creation and re-invention of stories. Intended both as a reader for the general public and especially as a toolkit for writers, teachers of language arts, and advanced students of creative writing, this collaboration between nationally-honored performers provides a system for discussion and study of “fracturing,” re-shaping, and re-imagining stories of all kinds. As such, it is a breath of fresh air as well as a carefully-conceived structure for cultural study, literary innovation, and lively fun in language arts study.
2018 Faculty author: Lizabeth Cain
Principled resistance : how teachers resolve ethical dilemmas
Authors: Doris A. Santoro, Lizabeth Cain, editors.
Publisher: Harvard Education Press 1809
Principled Resistance: How Teachers Resolve Ethical Dilemmas brings together senior scholars and activist teachers to explore the concept of resistance as a necessary response to mandates that conflict with their understanding of quality teaching. The book provides vivid examples of the pedagogical, professional, and democratic principles undergirding resistance, as well as the distinct perspective of each of its contributors: teachers who reflect on their acts of principled resistance; teacher educators who study teachers and support their professional growth; and historians who demonstrate that a tradition of teachers principled resistance has had a significant impact on American society, not only on schools and teaching. They also show the steps teachers take, in their reasoning and in their actions, to resist policies and mandates they are expected to enact. This volume offers a critical and unique resource for teacher educators who are preparing prospective teachers to navigate the contentious terrain of education politics, teachers who are interested in leading change, and others interested in educational ethics. -- Provided by publisher
2016 Faculty author: Larry Carr
Threnodies : poems in remembrance
Authors: by Laurence Carr.
Publisher: Codhill Press New Paltz, New York
Threnodies is a collection of poetry and prose poems that takes the reader on a journey through time and place. Some pieces conjure up distant memories; others reflect our shared experience. Along the way, visits are made to Madame Curie, Charlie Parker, Scheherazade, Madame Bovary, Lee Harvey Oswald's coffin, and God, among others, in this series of rest stops for the eternal traveler.
2018 Faculty author: Larry Carr
Reflecting pool : poets and the creative process
Authors: edited by Laurence Carr.
Publisher: Codhill Press New Paltz, NY
Reflecting Pool: Poets and the Creative Process is an innovative volume of poetry and essays by twenty-five New York State poets who teach the writing of poetry, run poetry workshops and publish the poetry of others. The book is both a poetry anthology and an informal textbook with contributing essays by each poet that offers the reader personal insights and opinions about how poetry is created, crafted, and presented. Included are a wide array of prompts and exercises that these mentors use in their classes and workshops to stimulate the creative process in poets of all ages. Also added are basic ideas about how poets can best present their work in public readings. The book can be used as the focus for symposiums on teaching the writing of poetry as well as a textbook for high school and college students, adult and senior writers, and for those who run poetry workshops or reading series. -- Publisher s description
2016 Faculty author: Dennis Doherty
Black Irish
Authors: Dennis Doherty.
Publisher: Codhill Press New Paltz, NY
Often in narrative mode and spilled in blank verse, these poems examine both personal history and shifting parameters of social codes of conduct, the tension between the public and private life. They yearn to love and celebrate human connection, but remain aware of the sometimes tenuous, even dangerous, vagaries of perception, understanding, and motive.
2017 Faculty author: Heinz Insu Fenkl
Meeting with my brother : a novella
Authors: Yi Mun-yol ; translated by Heinz Insu Fenkl with Yoosup Chang.
Publisher: Columbia University Press New York
Yi Mun-yol s Meeting with My Brother is narrated by a middle-aged South Korean professor, also named Yi, whose father abandoned his family and defected to the North at the outbreak of the Korean War. Many years later, despite having spent most of his life under a cloud of suspicion as the son of a traitor, Yi is prepared to reunite with his father. Yet before a rendezvous on the Chinese border can be arranged, his father dies. Yi then learns for the first time that he has a half-brother, whom he chooses to meet instead. As the two confront their shared legacy, their encounter takes a surprising turn. Meeting with My Brother represents the political and psychological complexity of Koreans on both sides of the border, offering a complex yet poignant perspective on the divisions between the two countries. Through a series of charged conversations, Yi explores the nuances of reunification, both political and personal. This semiautobiographical account draws on Yi s own experience of growing up with an absent father who defected to the North and the stigma of family disloyalty. First published in Korea in 1994, Meeting with My Brother is a moving and illuminating portrait of the relationships sundered by one of the world s starkest barriers. -- Publisher s description
2017 Faculty author: Thomas Festa
Milton, materialism, and embodiment : one first matter all
Authors: edited by Kevin J. Donovan and Thomas Festa.
Publisher: Duquesne University Press Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Bringing together eight original essays from leading and emerging Miltonists, this volume explores a second wave of critical thought about Milton s monist materialism, the view that all existence arises from a single substance or reality. Contributors examine sensory matters of fragrance and sound, the literary politics of walking and of sexual reproduction, the ontology of embodiment as human beings and angels, and the appropriation of Milton s materialism by both early Mormons in the nineteenth century and fringe figures such as gun enthusiasts in the twentieth. In so doing, they demonstrate the ongoing relevance of Milton s writings in the history of views of embodiment and materialist thought. -- Penn State University Press
2016 Faculty author: Anne Goding
Storytelling : reflecting on oral narratives and cultures
Authors: written and edited by Anne Goding.
Publisher: Cognella San Diego, CA
Table of Contents-Introduction. How stories began (The storytelling stone) The legend of blind tarvaa Anansis box of stories -- I’ll go as far as Memphis -- John outruns the Lord Crow and weasel -- Chapter one: The meaning of culture. The selfish housewife -- Godasiyo the woman chief -- The fisherman and the King’s chamberlain -- Chapter two: The purposes of story. John Henry The price of pride -- Brer possum and brer snake -- Chapter three: Characters. How selfishness was rewarded -- Faust -- Coyote steals fire -- Chapter four: Relationship with audiences. Clever Mollie -- Chapter five: Love, courtship, jealousy, marriage, and family. Savatri and the god of death -- Pele’s revenge -- The three laughs -- The woman who buried three husbands -- Chapter six: Youth and innocence, age and wisdom, values, and foolishness. St. Theresa and the Lord Piccolo -- The eye-juggler -- The storyteller and the samurai -- Chapter seven. Worldview and conceptions of good, and evil. The creation (Buddhist) -- The Earth on turtle’s back -- Obassi Nsi and Obassi Osaw -- White buffalo calf woman brings the first pipe -- Phan Ku -- Chapter eight: Illness and health: doctors, shamans, priests, midwives, and medicine men. Death and the doctor -- A plague story -- The origin of the shaman -- The midwife of Dakar -- Br’er Rabbit and the conjure man -- Chapter nine: Poverty and wealth, social status, and power. Mistake in account -- The evil of covetousness -- Chapter ten: Ancient stories and their descendants. The four waters -- The golem -- The adventures of Gilgamesh Chapter eleven: Animals and humans, the stars, the wind, and the sea. Where the frost comes from -- Thunderbird and whale -- The creation (Norse) -- Chapter twelve: Becoming the voice. The first tears.
2016 Faculty author: Howard Good
A ghost sings, a door opens
Authors: Howie Good.
Publisher: Another New Calligraphy Chicago
Similar twigs of domesticity and salvaging weave throughout the grass and feathers of Howie Good s A Ghost Sings, a Door Opens. The final entry in a trilogy or tetralogy, depending on how you look at it , the collection finds Good in somewhat serene territory as he ponders those quiet moments lost within the squall of our maddening times. As always, he splits his musings between spare verse and profuse prose poems; so too does he continue his custom of embellishing the volume with appropriated texts, dump ing them in a growing jumble at the end of the garden . . . misshapen pieces in a kind of extended jigsaw puzzle depicting a life spent wondering why. -- Publisher s website
2016 Faculty author: Howard Good
Dangerous acts starring unstable elements
Authors: Howie Good.
Publisher: Poetry Press of Press Americana Los Angeles
Winner of Prize Americana, Howie Good's Dangerous Acts Starring Unstable Elements contains poems that feature a penetrating analysis of contemporary life.
2016 Faculty author: Howard Good
Poetry wtf?! #2
Authors: presents Howie Good and Dale Wisely.
Publisher: Sampson Low Ltd Hampton
Usually, the titles of films and artworks act as headlines and meaningful signifiers, secondary to the works themselves. Poetry WTF?! #2 turns all of that on its head as film and artwork titles take centre stage, turned into the building blocks for a startling series of poems. -- Publisher s website
2016 Faculty author: Howard Good
Robots vs kung fu
Authors: Howie Good.
Publisher: Angel House Press Place of publication not identified
Howie Good s Robots vs. Kung Fu is a collection of dark and delightful prose poems that subvert the real. Good is a close observer of the infinitesimal and the infinite. Within these pages you will encounter the surreal bumping up against the ordinary: honey-haired frauleins in Nazi bling vs the clock; trees on fire vs anti-crazy pills; globes crushed by tractors; beasts with seven heads vs sad little funerals in the rain, nagging black flies vs shopping, an angel with brilliant black wings vs school cafeterias. There s no denying there s some dark matter here: What s been called my heart serves also as a wine glass, a highway, a urinal, a grave. It would be ham-handed to offer up a general statement about the humour, sadness and absurdity in everyday life, at this point. -- Publisher s website
2018 Faculty author: Howard Good
A Room at the Heartbreak Hotel
Authors: Howie Good
Publisher: Analog Submission Press
Howie Good is the author of The Loser's Guide to Street Fighting, winner of the 2017 Lorien Poetry Prize. His latest collection is I'm Not a Robot from Tolsun Books. He co-edits the journals UnLost and Unbroken with Dale Wisely. Limited run of only 25 handmade, hand numbered copies! 13 pages staple bound. Printed on an old Canon laser printer we found abandoned at a dump site. Cover: black ink on 80gsm yellow paper. Interior: black ink on 80gsm white paper.Cover art by James Brook
2018 Faculty author: Howard Good
I m not a robot
Authors: Howie Good.
Publisher: Tolsun Books Tolleson, Arizona
I m Not a Robot is an absurd reminder of the terrifying realities we often turn a numb mind to. Howie Good is brutal: a woman carries her own eyeball, kids beat a homeless man to death with skateboards, a neighbor nails his scrotum to the floor. But in his existential plea is a sympathy that only a human could understand. Good takes the cogs and gears that have been forged in us through constant tragedy and sculpts them back into guts and organs that thump and feel. It is possible to laugh and cry, and Good reminds us that salt can turn things alkaline or acid, that we re all connected, no matter how far we live from each other. --
2017 Faculty author: Howie Good
Hitchhiking through the apocalypse
Authors: Good, Howard
Publisher: Grey Book Press
2017 Faculty author: Carol Goodman
The Metropolitans
Authors: Carol Goodman.
Publisher: Viking New York, NY
The day Japan bombs Pearl Harbor, four thirteen-year-olds converge at the Metropolitan Museum of Art where an eccentric curator is seeking four uncommonly brave souls to track down the hidden pages of the Kelmsbury Manuscript, an ancient book of Arthurian legends that lies scattered within the museum s collection, and which holds the key to preventing a second attack on American soil. When Madge, Joe, Kiku, and Walt agree to help, they have no idea that the Kelmsbury is already working its magic on them. But they begin to develop extraordinary powers and experience the feelings of King Arthur, Queen Guinevere, Morgan le Fay, and Lancelot: courage, friendship, love... and betrayal. Are they playing out a legend that s already been lived, over and over, across the ages? Or can the Metropolitans forge their own story? -- Publisher s website
2017 Faculty author: Carol Goodman
The widow s house
Authors: Carol Goodman.
Publisher: William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers New York, NY
When Jess and Clare Martin move from Williamsburg, Brooklyn, to their former college town in the Hudson River valley, they are hoping for rejuvenation -- of their marriage, their savings, and Jess s writing career. They take a caretaker s job at Riven House, a crumbling estate and the home of their old college writing professor. While Clare once had dreams of being a writer, those plans fell by the wayside when Jess made a big, splashy literary debut in their twenties. It s been years, now, since his first novel. The advance has long been spent. Clare s hope is that the pastoral beauty and nostalgia of the Hudson Valley will offer some inspiration. But their new life isn t all quaint town libraries and fragrant apple orchards. There is a haunting pall that hangs over Riven House like a funeral veil. Something is just not right. Soon, Clare begins to hear babies crying at night, see strange figures in fog at the edge of their property. Diving into the history of the area, she realizes that Riven House has a dark and anguished past. And whatever this thing is -- this menacing force that destroys the inhabitants of the estate -- it seems to be after Clare next . . . -- Provided by publisher
2018 Faculty author: Carol Goodman
The other mother
Authors: Goodman, Carol. . . more- Carol Goodman.
Publisher: William Morrow, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers New York, NY
From the author of the internationally bestselling The Lake of Dead Languages comes a gripping novel about madness, motherhood, love, and trust. When Daphne Marist and her infant daughter, Chloe, pull up the gravel drive to the home of Daphne's new employer, it feels like they've entered a whole new world. Tucked in the Catskills, the stone mansion looks like something out of a fairy tale, its lush landscaping hiding the view of the mental asylum just beyond its border. Daphne secured the live-in position using an assumed name and fake credentials, telling no one that she's on the run from a controlling husband who has threatened to take her daughter away. Daphne's new life is a far cry from the one she had in Westchester where, just months before, she and her husband welcomed little Chloe. From the start, Daphne tries to be a good mother, but she's plagued by dark moods and intrusive thoughts that convince her she's capable of harming her own daughter. When Daphne is diagnosed with Post Partum Mood Disorder, her downward spiral feels unstoppable--until she meets Laurel Hobbes. Laurel, who also has a daughter named Chloe, is everything Daphne isn't: charismatic, sophisticated, fearless. They immediately form an intense friendship, revealing secrets to one another they thought they'd never share. Soon, they start to look alike, dress alike, and talk alike, their lives mirroring one another in strange and disturbing ways. But Daphne realizes only too late that being friends with Laurel will come at a very shocking price--one that will ultimately lead her to that towering mansion in the Catskills where terrifying, long-hidden truths will finally be revealed ... --
2018 Faculty author: Morgan Gwenwald
Dump Trump : Legacies of Resistance
Authors: edited by Cheryl Clarke, Morgan Gwenwald, Stevie Jones, and Red Washburn Julie R. Enzer, editor .
Publisher: Sinister Wisdom, Inc. Riverdale, MD
Featuring the best lesbian political writing including work by Joan Nestle, Anne Maguire, Lorrie Sprecher, Claire Bond Potter, Sarah Schulman, Adriana de Luiza, Jewelle L. Gomez, Denise Conca, Blanche McCrary Boyd, and many others.
2017 Faculty authors: James Halpern & Karla Vermeulen
2017 Faculty authors: James Halpern & Karla Vermeulen
Disaster mental health interventions : core principles and practices
Authors: by James Halpern and Karla Vermeulen.
Publisher: Routledge New York
Disaster Mental Health Interventions uses DSM-5 diagnostic criteria and the latest research to help build disaster mental health intervention skills that will last a lifetime. Students and emerging professionals across the fields of mental health counseling, social work, school counseling, spiritual care, and emergency management will appreciate the accessible tone, level of detail, and emphasis on practice. Case studies and anecdotes from experienced professionals add an additional level of depth and interest for readers.
2016 Faculty author: Laurence Hauptman
An Oneida Indian in foreign waters : the life of Chief Chapman Scanandoah, 1870-1953
Authors: Laurence M. Hauptman.
Publisher: Syracuse University Press Syracuse, New York
Chief Chapman Scanandoah (1870-1953) was a decorated Navy veteran who served in the Spanish-American War, a skilled mechanic, and a prize-winning agronomist who helped develop the Iroquois Village at the New York State Fair. He was also a historian, linguist, philosopher, and early leader of the Oneida land claims movement. However, his fame among the Oneida people and among many of his Hodin hs :ni' contemporaries today rests with his career as an inventor. In the era of Thomas Edison, Scanandoah challenged the stereotypes of the day that too often portrayed Native Americans as primitive, pre-technological, and removed from modernity. In An Oneida Indian in Foreign Waters, Hauptman draws from Scanandoah's own letters; his court, legislative, and congressional testimony; military records; and forty years of fieldwork experience to chronicle his remarkable life and understand the vital influence Scanandoah had on the fate of his people. Despite being away from his homeland for much of his life, Scanandoah fought tirelessly in federal courts to prevent the loss of the last remaining Oneida lands in New York State. Without Scanandoah and his extended Hanyoust family, Oneida existence in New York might have been permanently extinguished. Hauptman's biography not only illuminates the extraordinary life of Scanandoah but also sheds new light on the struggle to maintain tribal identity in the face of an increasingly diminished homeland.
2017 Faculty author: Eugene Heath
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Wealth, commerce, and philosophy : foundational thinkers and business ethics
Authors: edited by Eugene Heath and Byron Kaldis ; with a foreword by Deirdre N. McCloskey.
Publisher: The University of Chicago Press Chicago
The moral dimensions of how we conduct business affect all of our lives in ways big and small, from the prevention of environmental devastation to the policing of unfair trading practices, from arguments over minimum wage rates to those over how government contracts are handed out. Yet for as deep and complex a field as business ethics is, it has remained relatively isolated from the larger, global history of moral philosophy. This book aims to bridge that gap, reaching deep into the past and traveling the globe to reinvigorate and deepen the basis of business ethics. Spanning the history of western philosophy as well as looking toward classical Chinese thought and medieval Islamic philosophy, this volume provides business ethicists a unified source of clear, accurate, and compelling accounts of how the ideas of foundational thinkers - from Aristotle to Friedrich Hayek to Amartya Sen - relate to wealth, commerce, and markets. The essays illuminate perspectives that have often been ignored or forgotten, informing discussion in fresh and often unexpected ways. In doing so, the authors not only throw into relief common misunderstandings and misappropriations often endemic to business ethics but also set forth rich moments of contention as well as novel ways of approaching complex ethical problems. Ultimately, this volume provides a bedrock of moral thought that will move business ethics beyond the ever-changing opinions of headline-driven debate. -- Publisher s description
2018 Faculty author: Eugene Heath
The Routledge companion to business ethics
Authors: edited by Eugene Heath, Byron Kaldis, and Alexei Marcoux.
Publisher: Routledge Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY
The field of business ethics continues to expand intellectually and geographically. During the past five decades, scholars have developed and deepened their inquiries into the ethics of commercial and corporate conduct. This Companion provides a novel overview of the discipline of business ethics, covering the major areas of the field as well as new and emerging topics. The eight thematic units range over an extraordinary set of subjects and include chapters on the history and pedagogy of business ethics, moral philosophy, the nature of business, responsibilities within the firm, economic institutions, the 2008 financial crisis, globalization, and business ethics in different regions of the world. Led by a well-respected editorial team, this unique volume gathers an international array of experts whose various critical approaches yield insights from areas such as public policy, economics, law, and history, in addition to business and philosophy. With its fresh analyses, wide scope, and clarity of approach, this volume will be an essential addition to library collections in business, management, and applied ethics. -- Publisher s description
2017 Faculty author: Sara Hsu
Financial crises,1929 to the present
Authors: Sara Hsu, assistant professor of Economics, Sate University of New York at New Paltz, USA.
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Cheltenham, UK
This fascinating volume offers a comprehensive synthesis of the events, causes and outcomes of the major financial crises from 1929 to the present day. Beginning with an overview of the global financial system, Sara Hsu presents both theoretical and empirical evidence to explain the roots of financial crises and financial instability in general. She then provides a thorough breakdown of a number of major crises of the past century, both in the United States and around the world. Hsu s thorough and ambitious survey begins with the Great Depression of 1929, the first crisis created within the institutions of our current financial system, and moves through the aftermath of the Depression in the 1930s and 1940s, the inter-crisis period of the 1950s through the 1970s, and the emerging market debt default crisis of the 1980s. From there, she tackles major crises in specific countries from the 1990s on, including those in Mexico, Asia Thailand, Indonesia, South Korea and Malaysia , Russia, Brazil and Argentina, as well as the Great Recession of 2008. The book concludes with a chapter detailing insightful policy recommendations for preventing future crises. Students and professors of economic history, financial and regulatory economics and banking will find this an invaluable resource, both for its comprehensive historical approach and its thoughtful look toward the future of the global economy. -- Publisher s description
2016 Faculty author: Aaron Isabelle
Inspiring STEM minds : biographies and activities for elementary classrooms
Authors: Aaron D. Isabelle and Nataly Z. Valle.
Publisher: Sense Publishers Rotterdam
The purpose of this book is to serve as a supplemental reference text for 21st century elementary classrooms. The primary objective is to help teachers inspire and engage their students in the STEM science, technology, engineering, and mathematics subjects. The push for incorporating STEM education in elementary school has become increasingly important, yet most educators and publishers have offered problem-based activities, without considering one of the most important pedagogical entry points to lesson planning -- the hook or the opening. Inspiring STEM Minds aims at providing teachers an effective, easy to use text that they can use to discuss specific mathematicians, engineers, inventors, and scientists although the individuals chosen for each section of the book are in no way an exhaustive or selective group that may characterize each discipline . This reference text is organized into four key sections, depicting the four disciplines that make up STEM education. Each section briefly gives historical background, as well as provides a problem or short activity designed to use everyday materials so that teachers can implement the activity in their classrooms. The classroom activities are directly related to each biography and have, we believe, great potential to engage students in the classroom. Each activity is also correlated to the National Standards, and we also supplement the activities with suggestions for interdisciplinary connections. We hope this book serves as a valuable resource for classroom teachers. -- Publisher s description
2017 Faculty author: Aaron Isabelle
Sci-Book : STEPS to STEM student science notebook
Authors: Aaron D. Isabelle and Gilbert A. Zinn.
Publisher: Sense Publishers Rotterdam ; Boston ; Taipei
A Sci-Book or Science Notebook serves as an essential companion to the science curriculum supplement, STEPS to STEM. As students learn key concepts in the seven big ideas in this program Electricity and Magnetism; Air and Flight; Water and Weather; Plants and Animals; Earth and Space; Matter and Motion; Light and Sound , they record their ideas, plans, and evidence. There is ample space for students to keep track of their observations and findings, as well as a section to reflect upon the use of Science and Engineering Practices as set forth in the Next Generation Science Standards NGSS . Using a science notebook is reflective of the behavior of scientists. One of the pillars of the Nature of Science is that scientists must document their work to publish their research results; it is a necessary part of the scientific enterprise. This is important because STEPS to STEM is a program for young scientists who learn within a community of scientists. Helping students to think and act like scientists is a critical feature of this program. Students learn that they need to keep a written record if they are to successfully share their discoveries and curiosities with their classmates and with the teacher. Teachers should also model writing in science to help instill a sense of purpose and pride in using and maintaining a Sci-Book. Lastly, students documentation can serve as a valuable form of authentic assessment; teachers can utilize Sci-Books to monitor the learning process and the development of science skills. -- Publisher s description.
2017 Faculty author: Aaron Isabelle
STEPS to STEM : a science curriculum supplement for upper elementary and middle school grades
Authors: Aaron D. Isabelle and Gilbert A. Zinn.
Publisher: Sense Publishers Rotterdam ; Boston ; Taipei
Uses the STEPS Science Tasks Enhance Process Skills method in a curriculum aligned with the Next Generation Science Standards NGSS .
2016 Faculty author: Kris Jansma
Why we came to the city
Authors: Kristopher Jansma.
Publisher: Viking New York
A novel about a tight-knit group of twentysomethings in New York whose lives are forever altered by an unexpected tragedy... Five years after their college graduation, the devoted friends once known as the Murphys remain as inseparable as ever... As this...novel opens in December 2008, they are making their way through heavy snowfall to gather at a lavish art world holiday party. But for all the glitz and glamor, the festivities mark a more momentous evening than any of them realize... When a devastating blow threatens to tear them irreparably apart, they must struggle to carry on together. -- Provided by publisher.
2018 Faculty author: Benjamin Junge
Cynical citizenship : gender, regionalism, and political subjectivity in Porto Alegre, Brazil
Authors: Benjamin Junge.
Publisher: University of New Mexico Press Albuquerque
This anthropological study of grassroots community leaders in Porto Alegre, Brazil s leftist hotspot, focuses on gender, politics, and regionalism during the early 2000s, when the Workers Party Partido dos Trabalhadores was in power. The author explores the ways community leaders make sense of official notions of citizenship and how gender, politics, and regional identities shape these interpretations. Junge further examines the implications of leaders deep ambivalence toward normative participation discourses for how we theorize and study participatory democracy, citizenship, and political subjectivity in Brazil and beyond. -- Provided by publisher.
2018 Faculty author: Peter Kaufman
Teaching with compassion : an educator s oath to teach from the heart
Authors: Peter Kaufman, Janine Schipper.
Publisher: Rowman and Littlefield Publishing Group, Inc. Lanham
In a world where students are often seen as test scores and not as human beings, where their well-being is challenged by poverty, intolerance, and bullying, and where technological innovations frequently erode genuine personal contact, compassionate teachers are needed more than ever. Teaching with Compassion offers practical tools and strategies designed to help educators foster a culture of care and compassion. Organized around an eight-point Teaching with Compassion Oath, this book draws on real life examples and exercises to demonstrate the power and potential of teaching from the heart. Written for both experienced and novice educators alike, Teaching with Compassion is sure to stimulate inquiry and provide ongoing inspiration. -- Publisher s description
2018 Faculty author: Ronald Knapp
Tushuo Zhongguo Minju (Chinese Translation of CHINESE HOUSES: The Architectural Heritage of a Nation
Authors: Ronald Knapp
Publisher: San Lian Beijing
As a living space for Chinese families, Chinese dwellings contain many different architectural styles. From ordinary rectangular huts or huts, to large-scale houses, illustrious manors and even extravagant palaces, they form a colorful picture of the Chinese dwellings in different styles. This book focuses on 17 well-preserved residential buildings, showing exquisite examples of Chinese dwellings built over thousands of years, including Beijing Siheyuan, Jiangnan Water Town, Scholars, Ming Dynasty, Ming Dynasty, Fushang House, Qing Dynasty Courtyard. , Fujian Tulou, ancient city residences, etc. The book regards the Chinese dwellings as a type of building, and carries out a bird's-eye view of the regional differences in the form of residential houses and the historical evolution of the types of dwellings. With rich photos, engraved drawings, historical images, and technical drawings, the readers vividly showcase a country's unique traditional architecture.
2016 Faculty author: John Langan
The fisherman
Authors: by John Langan.
Publisher: Word Horde Petaluma, CA
In upstate New York, in the woods around Woodstock, Dutchman s Creek flows out of the Ashokan Reservoir. Steep-banked, fast-moving, it offers the promise of fine fishing, and of something more, a possibility too fantastic to be true. When Abe and Dan, two widowers who have found solace in each other s company and a shared passion for fishing, hear rumors of the Creek, and what might be found there, the remedy to both their losses, they dismiss it as just another fish story. Soon, though, the men find themselves drawn into a tale as deep and old as the Reservoir. It s a tale of dark pacts, of long-buried secrets, and of a mysterious figure known as Der Fisher: the Fisherman. It will bring Abe and Dan face to face with all that they have lost, and with the price they must pay to regain it. -- Publisher s description
2018 Faculty author: Susan Lewis
The power of art
Authors: Richard Lewis, Susan I. Lewis.
Publisher: Cengage Boston, MA
Compelling and accessible, THE POWER OF ART features gorgeous images and themes that connect with today s students and an engaging writing style that s praised by instructors and students alike. The revised third edition delivers a brief yet comprehensive survey which demonstrates that art is everywhere and relevant to all students. The text incorporates global material, reflecting cultural intersections and mutual influences--and Art News boxes present real events, connecting art to students lives. In addition to excellent art history coverage, THE POWER OF ART features a diverse mix of artists and spotlights current trends in artistic mediums and themes. -- Provided by publisher
2016 Faculty author: Douglas Maynard
Humanitarian work psychology and the global development agenda : case studies and interventions
Authors: edited by Ishbel McWha-Hermann, Douglas C. Maynard and Mary O Neill Berry.
Publisher: Routledge Hove, East Sussex ; New York, NY
The book illustrates the important contributions humanitarian work psychology can make to enhancing human welfare. The case studies provide concrete examples of meaningful applications in a wide variety of international settings. Highly recommended for I-O psychologists who want to have a positive impact on global development efforts.' - Virginia E. Schein, Department of Management, Gettysburg College, USA. 'This inspirational book represents the coming of age of a crucial field in the global policy area, offers excellent applications and cases contributing to the Millennium Development Goals, and provides insightful analysis of psychosocial processes in work and humanitarian organizations. I look forward to discussing the book with my students, who are eager to discover new challenging territories for our discipline. - Jose M. Peiro, Faculty of Psychology, University of Valencia, Spain
2016 Faculty authors: Kate McCoy & Eve Tuck
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2016 Faculty authors: Kate McCoy & Eve Tuck
Land education : rethinking pedagogies of place from indigenous, postcolonial, and decolonizing perspectives
Authors: edited by Kate McCoy, Eve Tuck and Marcia McKenzie.
Publisher: Routledge Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY
This book on Land Education offers critical analysis of the paths forward for education on Indigenous land. This analysis discusses the necessity of centring historical and current contexts of colonization in education on and in relation to land. In addition, contributors explore the intersections of environmentalism and Indigenous rights, in part inspired by the realisation that the specifics of geography and community matter for how environmental education can be engaged. This edited volume suggests how place-based pedagogies can respond to issues of colonialism and Indigenous sovereignty. Through dynamic new empirical and conceptual studies, international contributors examine settler colonialism, Indigenous cosmologies, Indigenous land rights, and language as key aspects of Land Education. The book invites readers to rethink 'pedagogies of place' from various Indigenous, postcolonial, and decolonizing perspectives. This book was originally published as a special issue of Environmental Education Research.
2018 Faculty author: Shannon McManimon
Whiteness at the table : antiracism, racism, and identity in education
Authors: edited by Shannon K. McManimon, Zachary A. Casey, and Christina Berchini.
Publisher: Lexington Books Lanham, Maryland
Antiracist work in education has proceeded as if the only social relation at issue is the one between white people and people of color. But what if our antiracist efforts are being undermined by unexamined difficulties and struggles among white people? Whiteness at the Table examines whiteness in the lived experiences of young children, family members, students, teachers, and school administrators. It focuses on racism and antiracism within the context of relationships. Its authors argue that we cannot read or understand whiteness as a phenomenon without attending to the everyday complexities and conflicts of white people s lives. This edited volume is entitled Whiteness at the Table, then, for at least three reasons. First, the title evokes the origins of this book in the ongoing storytelling and theorizing of the Midwest Critical Whiteness Collective--a small collective of antiracist educators, scholars, and activists who have been gathering at its founders dining room table for almost a decade. Second, the book s authors are theorizing whiteness not just in terms of structural aspects of white power, but in terms of how whiteness is reproduced and challenged in the day-to-day interactions and relationships of white people. In this sense, whiteness is always already at the table, and this book seeks to illuminate how and why this is so. Finally, one of the primary aims of Whiteness at the Table is to persuade white people of their moral and political responsibility to bring whiteness--as an explicit topic, as perhaps the most important problem to be solved at this historical moment--to the table. This responsibility to theorize and combat whiteness cannot and should not fall only to people of color. -- Publisher s description
2016 Faculty author: Myra Mimlitsch-Gray
In/animate : recent work by Myra Mimlitsch-Gray
Authors: edited by Daniel Belasco, Curator of Exhibitions and Programs, Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art ; Akiko Busch, exhibition curator ; contributions by Daniel Belasco, Myra Mimlitsch-Gray, Sara J. Pasti.
Publisher: Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art, State University of New York at New Paltz New Paltz, New York
In/Animate surveys the past decade of work by Myra Mimlitsch-Gray, internationally renowned metalsmith and head of the Metal Program at SUNY New Paltz. Curated by author Akiko Busch, the exhibition explores a variety of artistic processes using iron, copper, brass, silver, and enameled steel. Mimlitsch-Gray s domestic artifacts suggest a coalescence of body and thing, conveying the mutability of the animate and inanimate and reflecting the intimacy between people and the objects they use. A spoon could be a lip, or a dangling twist of fabric, a vein. Over 40 meticulously crafted works contribute to the contemporary conversation about how household objects express ideas about presentation, utility, and class. -- Samuel Dorsky Museum website
2017 Faculty author: Christopher Nostrand
Destined to fly / a film by Christopher Nostrand.
Authors: Nostrand, Christopher. author.
Publisher: Nostrand Productions
Destined To Fly" is a 41-minute documentary film about Cole Palen, the founder of the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome. Founded in 1958, Cole’s passion and vision to build, repair and fly antique airplanes transcends multiple generations forging connections through childhood experience, memory and storytelling. But the community brought together by the romantic era of flight lost their hero after the death of Cole Palen in 1993. More than twenty years later, Cole’s childhood dream is sustained by the now grown children who were inspired at an early age by Cole’s personal love for vintage aviation.
2017 Faculty author: Kenneth Nystrom
The bioarchaeology of dissection and autopsy in the United States
Authors: Kenneth C. Nystrom, editor.
Publisher: Springer Cham
Encountering evidence of postmortem examinations - dissection or autopsy in historic skeletal collections is relatively rare, but recently there has been an increase in the number of reported instances. And much of what has been evaluated has been largely descriptive and historical. The Bioarchaeology of Dissection and Autopsy brings together in a single volume the skeletal evidence of postmortem examination in the United States. Ranging from the early colonial period to the early 1900 s, from a coffeehouse at Colonial Williamsburg to a Quaker burial vault in lower Manhattan, the contributions to this volume demonstrate the interpretive significance of a historically and theoretically contextualized bioarchaeology. The authors employ a wide range of perspectives, demonstrating how bioarchaeological evidence can be used to address a wide range of themes including social identity and marginalization, racialization, the nature of the body and fragmentation, and the emergence of medical practice and authority in the United States. -- Publisher s description
2018 Faculty author: Jessica Pabón
Graffiti grrlz : performing feminism in the hip hop diaspora
Authors: Jessica Nydia Pabón-Colón.
Publisher: New York University Press New York
Since the dawn of Hip Hop graffiti writing on the streets of Philadelphia and New York City in the late 1960s, writers have anonymously inscribed their tag names on trains, buildings, and bridges. Passersby are left to imagine who the author might be, and, despite the artists anonymity, graffiti subculture is seen as a boys club, where the presence of the graffiti girl is almost unimaginable. Jessica Nydia Pabón-Colón interrupts this stereotype and introduces us to the world of women graffiti artists. Drawing on the lives of over 100 women in 23 countries, Pabon-Colon argues that graffiti art is an unrecognized but crucial space for the performance of feminism. She demonstrates how it builds communities of artists, reconceptualizes the Hip Hop masculinity of these spaces, and rejects notions of girl power. Graffiti Grrlz also unpacks the digital side of Hip Hop graffiti subculture and considers how it widens the presence of the woman graffiti artist and broadens her networks, which leads to the formation of all-girl graffiti crews or the organization of all-girl painting sessions. -- Publisher s description
2016 Faculty author: Jennifer Patterson
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Queering sexual violence : radical voices from within the anti-violence movement
Authors: edited by Jennifer Patterson ; foreward by Reina Gossett.
Publisher: Riverdale Avenue Books Riverdale, NY
Often pushed to the margins, queer, transgender and gender non-conforming survivors have been organizing in anti-violence work since the birth of the movement. Queering Sexual Violence: Radical Voices from Within the Anti-Violence Movement locates them at the center of the anti-violence movement and creates a space for their voices to be heard. Moving beyond dominant narratives and the traditional violence against women framework, the book is multi-gendered, multi-racial and multi-layered. This thirty-seven piece collection disrupts the mainstream conversations about sexual violence and connects them to disability justice, sex worker rights, healing justice, racial justice, gender self-determination, queer and trans liberation and prison industrial complex abolition through reflections, personal narrative, and strategies for resistance and healing. Where systems, institutions, families, communities and partners have failed them, this collection lifts them up, honors a multitude of lived experiences and shares the radical work that is being done outside mainstream anti-violence and the non-profit industrial complex. -- Publisher s description
2018 Faculty author: Vanessa Plumly
Rethinking Black German Studies Approaches, Interventions and Histories
Authors: Florvil, Tiffany. . . more- Tiffany Florvil, Vanessa Plumly.
Publisher: Peter Lang Ltd, International Academic Publishers Oxford
Black German Studies is an interdisciplinary field that has experienced significant growth over the past three decades, integrating subjects such as gender studies, diaspora studies, history, and media and performance studies. The field’s contextual roots as well as historical backdrop, nevertheless, span centuries. This volume assesses where the field is now by exploring the nuances of how the past – colonial, Weimar, National Socialist, post-1945, and post-Wende – informs the present and future of Black German Studies , how present generations of Black Germans look to those of the past for direction and empowerment , how discourses shift due to the diversification of power structures and the questioning of identity-based categories , and how Black Germans affirm their agency and cultural identity through cultural productions that engender both counter-discourses and counter-narratives. Examining Black German Studies as a critical, hermeneutic field of inquiry, the contributions are organized around three thematically conceptualized sections: German and Austrian literature and history , pedagogy and theory , and art and performance. Presenting critical works in the fields of performance studies, communication and rhetoric, and musicology, the volume complicates traditional historical narratives, interrogates interdisciplinary methods, and introduces theoretical approaches that help to advance the field.
2019 Faculty author: Jonathan Raskin
Abnormal psychology : contrasting perspectives
Authors: Jonathan D. Raskin.
Publisher: Red Globe Press London
This groundbreaking core textbook offers a comprehensive overview of different approaches to the assessment and treatment of psychological disorders. The book retains important diagnostic perspectives, including the DSM-5, ICD-10, ICD-11 and PDM, but also widens the scope of coverage beyond mainstream psychiatric models to include psychological, biological, historical, sociocultural and therapeutic approaches. Contemporary and well-balanced, this book provides an even-handed and holistic foundation, allowing students to develop a strong critical mindset while retaining a robust research-driven orientation. This book is ideal for undergraduate and postgraduates students on abnormal psychology, psychopathology, mental health or clinical psychology modules. -- Publisher s description
2016 Faculty author: Louis Roper
Andrew Lyght : full circle
Authors: edited by L.H. Roper.
Publisher: Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art New Platz, New York
This is a venture into the departures, encounters, discoveries, and transgressions that inform Andrew Lyght s artistic practice and life. While living and working for decades in various cultural contexts such as Guyana, Canada, and the United States, Lyght has pursued an extensive inquiry into the mechanics of art making. Curated by Tumelo Mosaka, Andrew Lyght: Full Circle is the artists first museum exhibition since he moved to Kingston, New York in 2006. Best known for his flexible and volumetric forms, vibrant paintings, and abstract linear drawings, Lyght creates a wide range of works that analyze the structural properties of painting and reanimate pictorial space as an open system. Over the many years he has developed an art form that explores the built environment as a dynamic pictorial subject, introducing new ways of seeing the world around us. -- Publisher s description
2016 Faculty author: Louis Roper
Fear and the shaping of early American societies
Authors: edited by Lauric Henneton, L.H. Roper.
Publisher: Brill Leiden ; Boston
Fear and the Shaping of Early American Societies is the first collection of essays to argue that fear permeated the colonial societies of 17th- and 18th-century America and to analyse its impact on the political decision-making processes from a variety of angles and locations. Indeed, the thirteen essays range from Canada to the Chesapeake, from New England to the Caribbean and from the Carolina Backcountry to Dutch Brazil. This volume assesses the typically American nature of fear factors and the responses they elicited in a transatlantic context. The essays further explore how the European colonists handled such challenges as Indian conspiracies, slave revolts, famine, popery and tyranny as well as werewolves and a dragon to build cohesive societies far from the metropolis. -- Provided by publisher
2017 Faculty author: Louis Roper
Advancing empire : English interests and overseas expansion, 1613-1688
Authors: L.H. Roper.
Publisher: Cambridge University Press New York, NY, USA
In Advancing Empire, L.H. Roper explores the origins and early development of English overseas expansion. Roper focuses on the networks of aristocrats, merchants, and colonial-imperialists who worked to control the transport and production of exotic commodities, such as tobacco and sugar, as well as the labor required to produce them. He is primarily interested in the relationship between the English state and the people it governed, the role of that state in imperial development, the socio-political character of English colonies and English relations with Asians, Africans, American Indians, and other Europeans overseas. The activities stimulated the expansion and integration of global territorial and commercial interests that became the British Empire in the eighteenth century. In exploring these activities from a wider perspective, Roper offers a novel conclusion that revises popular analyses of the English Empire and of Anglo-America -- Provided by publisher.
2018 Faculty author: Louis Roper
The torrid zone : Caribbean colonization and cultural interaction in the long seventeenth century
Authors: edited by L. H. Roper.
Publisher: University of South Carolina Press Columbia, South Carolina
Brimming with new perspectives and cutting-edge research, the essays collected in The Torrid Zone explore colonization and cultural interaction in the Caribbean from the late 1600s to the early 1800s--a period known as the long seventeenth century--a time when these encounters varied widely and the diverse actors were not yet fully enmeshed in the culture and power dynamics of master-slave relations. The events of this era would profoundly affect the social and political development of both the colonies that Europeans established in the Caribbean and the wider world. This book is the first to offer comparative treatments of Danish, Dutch, English, and French trading, pirating, and colonizing activities in the Caribbean and analysis of the corresponding interactions among people of African, European, and Native origin.
2018 Faculty author: Michael Rosenberg
Inclusion : effective practices for all students
Authors: James McLeskey, Michael S. Rosenberg, David L. Westling.
Publisher: Pearson New York, New York
What is inclusive education and why is it Important? -- Historical trends, current practices, and tomorrow’s challenges -- Foundations of effective inclusive education -- High-incidence disabilities -- Low-incidence disabilities -- Including students with other special needs -- Collaboration and teaming -- Assessment for eligibility and planning -- Behavior management -- Effective instruction using a multi-tiered system of supports -- Reading and writing instruction -- Mathematics instruction -- Instruction in secondary content areas -- Instruction for students with significant learning needs.
2016 Faculty author: Pauline Uchmanowicz
Authors: Pauline Uchmanowicz.
Publisher: Twelve Winters Press Sherman, Illinois
With linguistic precision and visual dexterity, Starfish explores the bottomless depths of human intimacy and loss, reconciled against the vastness of the ocean and infinity of the cosmos. What if we had to pick: "The ocean or the stars. / A reputation in truth telling or a prize in diplomacy?" ("Elements of Style"). At times rendered through the perception of a "year-rounder" residing in a tourist locale, its poems offer close-up portraits of individuals bounded by shorelines yet attuned to expansive horizons. Alert to how elemental symbols delight as well as unsettle us, the book as a whole weighs the ceaseless negotiation of our actions against the limits of temporality.
2018 Faculty author: Michael Vargas
Constructing Catalan Identity : Memory, Imagination, and the Medieval
Authors: Michael A. Vargas .
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan Cham
This is a book about how Catalans use their past, real and imagined, in the construction of their present and future. Michael A. Vargas inventories the significant people, signal events, and familiar icons that constitute the Catalan collective memory, from Wilfred the Hairy and Sant Jordi to the mountain monastery of Montserrat, red peasant caps, and human towers in town squares. He then considers how that inventory is employed to posit a brilliant political heritage at the forefront of modern European democracy--and for some, to build a powerful independence movement. As the future of Catalonia remains fraught, this book offers a lively and engaging exploration of how we draw upon history to confront contemporary challenges. -- Publisher s description
2016 Faculty author: Alice Wexler
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Autism in a decentered world
Authors: by Alice Wexler.
Publisher: Routledge New York
Autistic people are empirically and scientifically generalized as living in a fragmented, alternate reality, without a coherent continuous self. In Part I, this book presents recent neuropsychological research and its implications for existing theories of autism, selfhood, and identity, challenging common assumptions about the formation and structure of the autistic self and autisms relationship to neurotypicality. Through several case studies in Part II, the book explores the ways in which artists diagnosed with autism have constructed their identities through participation within art communities and cultures, and how the concept of self as story can be utilized to better understand the neurological differences between autism and typical cognition. -- Publisher s website
2016 Faculty author: Lydia Willoughby
Critical library pedagogy handbook
Authors: edited by Nicole Pagowsky and Kelly McElroy. Contributor: Lydia Willoughby
Publisher: Association of College and Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association Chicago
A collection designed by instruction librarians to promote critical thinking and engaged learning, this volume provides teaching librarians detailed, ready-to-use, and easily adaptable lesson ideas to help students understand and be transformed by information literacy threshold concepts. The lessons in this book, created by teaching librarians across the country, are categorized according to the six information literacy frames identified in the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy in Higher Education -- Provided by publisher.
2017 Faculty author: Lydia Willoughby
Lake Champlain ferry commute / photozine
Authors: Willoughby, Lydia
"Photos taken on an iPhone during daily commute, 2013-2015 from Winooski VT to Plattsbrugh NY" -- Cover
2018 Faculty author: Reva Wolf
Marking time : Andy Warhol s vision of celebrations, commemorations, and anniversaries
Authors: edited by Reva Wolf.
Publisher: Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art New Paltz, New York
In 1967, on the fifth anniversary of Marilyn Monroe's untimely death at the age of thirty-six, Andy Warhol created a series of ten Marilyn screen prints. His decision to produce these "anniversary" prints fits a pattern in his practices as an artist, and in ours as a culture. The varied ways Warhol explored such moments is the subject of this publication. It is well known that Warhol was obsessed with time, as seen in his use of repetition, his work in the time-based media of film and tape recording, and his creation of Time Capsules. Less familiar, and virtually unexamined, is his multifaceted exploration of the related topic of commemoration. In this volume, readers are invited to consider five distinct time-marking occasions as featured in Warhol's art: holidays; commemorations of things; anniversaries of deaths; commemorations of people; and celebrations. Essays on specific works of art place them within their historical contexts and shed light on their significance as anniversary objects and as reminders of our mortality.
2017 Faculty author: Michelle Woods
Authorizing translation
Authors: edited by Michelle Woods.
Publisher: Routledge, an imprint of the Taylor and Francis Group Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY
Authorizing Translation applies ground-breaking research on literary translation to examine the intersection between Translation Studies and literary criticism, rethinking ways in which analyzing translation and the authority of the translator can provide nuanced micro and macro readings of literary work and the worlds through which it moves. A substantial introduction surveys the field and suggests possible avenues for future research, while six case-study-based chapters by a new generation of Literature and Translation Studies scholars focus on the question of authority by asking: 1. Who authors translations? 2. Who authorizes translations? 3. What authority do translations have in different cultural contexts? 4. What authority does Literary Translation Studies have as a field? The hermeneutic role of the translator is explored through the literary periods of Romanticism, Modernism, and Postmodernism, and through different cultures and languages. The case studies focus on data-centered analysis of reviews of translated literature, ultimately illustrating how the translator s authority creates and hybridizes literary cultures. Authorizing Translation will be of interest to students and researchers of Literary Translation and Translation Studies. Additional resources for Translation and Interpreting Studies are available on the Routledge Translation Studies Portal: -- Publisher s description
2016 Faculty author: Jason Wrench
Casing sport communication
Authors: edited by Diana L. Tucker and Jason S. Wrench.
Publisher: Kendall Hunt Publishing Dubuque, Iowa
Casing Sport Communication applies the proven concept of active learning to undergraduate and entry-level graduate courses in sport communication. Students engaged in case analysis learn to think, analyze, react, and evaluate so that they develop transferable critical, analytical, problem-focused skills that they can transfer to other situations in workplace settings and in life in general. -- Publisher s description
2016 Faculty author: Jason Wrench
Quantitative research methods for communication : a hands-on approach
Authors: Jason S. Wrench, State University of New York at New Paltz ; Candice Thomas-Maddox, Ohio University, Lancaster ; Virginia Peck Richmond, University of Alabama at Birmingham ; James C. McCroskey, University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Publisher: Oxford University Press Oxford ; New York
Quantitative Research Methods for Communication: A Hands-On Approach, Third Edition, is a comprehensive and engaging guide to quantitative research. Drawing on their extensive research and teaching experience, the authors encourage students to take an active, hands-on role in the learning process. After giving students the tools they need to locate, conduct, collect, and present their research, the text provides them with the opportunity to immediately apply these skills in research scenarios. -- Publisher s description
2017 Faculty author: Jason Wrench
The impact of social media in modern romantic relationships
Authors: edited by Narissra M. Punyanunt-Carter and Jason S. Wrench.
Publisher: Lexington Books Lanham
From the front porch to swiping right : the impact of technology on modern dating / Jason S. Wrench and Narissra M. Punyanunt-Carter-- Future directions for swiping right : the impact of technology on modern dating / V. Santiago Arias, Narissra M. Punyanunt-Carter, and Jason S. Wrench -- About the editors and contributors.
2018 Faculty author: Jason Wrench
Scared speechless : communication apprehension, avoidance, and effectiveness
Authors: Virginia P. Richmond, Jason S. Wrench, James C. McCroskey.
Publisher: Kendall Hunt Publishing Company Dubuque, IA
Scared Speechless: Communication Apprehension, Avoidance, and Effectiveness by Virginia P. Richmond, Jason S. Wrench, and James C. McCroskey examines the most widespread communication problem in our society, shyness, defining the issue and exploring why it occurs. Intended for those people who are scared speechless in some or most environments, the new seventh edition provides various methods that have been developed to help people overcome apprehension and anxiety about communicating. -- From publisher s description
2019 Faculty author: Jason Wrench
Quantitative research methods for communication : a hands-on approach
Authors: Jason S. Wrench, State University of New York at New Paltz ; Candice Thomas-Maddox, Ohio University, Lancaster ; Virginia Peck Richmond, University of Alabama at Birmingham ; James C. McCroskey, University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Publisher: Oxford University Press New York
Quantitative Research Methods for Communication: A Hands-On Approach is a relevant and accessible guide to quantitative research. In clear, straightforward language, the authors encourage students to take an active, hands-on role in the learning process, giving them the tools they need to locate, conduct, collect and present their research. The authors use real communication studies and data sets to make communication research come alive for students. Students are not only introduced to new skills but also given the opportunity to immediately apply these skills in research scenarios. The text integrates helpful features throughout, including chapter objectives, case studies, data sheets, and key terms. -- Publisher s description
2018 Faculty author: Sarah Wyman
Sighted stones
Authors: poems by Sarah Mead Wyman.
Publisher: Finishing Line Press Georgetown, Kentucky
Throughout Sighted Stones, poet Sarah Wyman explores both the artistic and natural worlds to evoke the essence of human experience and our relationships with each other, the world around us and the cosmos beyond. She conjures up the spirits of artists Diebenkorn, Gorky and Braque among others to create ekphrastic meditations then turns a 180 with images of spiders, fishbones and repo men. Deeply reflective yet accessible, the volume will remain a presence to readers. -- Laurence Carr, author of Threnodies: poems in remembrance and Pancake Hollow Primer, winner of a Next Generation Indy Book Award
2017 Faculty author: Lori Wynters
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Teaching transformation : progressive education in action : a collaborative anthology from the Goddard Graduate Institute
Authors: Lise Weil, editor ; Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg, managing editor ; introduction by Elizabeth K. Minnich.
Publisher: Goddard Graduate Institute Plainfield, Vermont
Teaching Transformation: Progressive Education in Action edited by Lise Weil and Caryn Mirriam-Goldberg with an introduction by Elizabeth K. Minnich, is now available! Featuring over 30 contributors, speaks directly to what faculty member and contributor Sarah Van Hoy calls "undiagnosed visionaries" who find their way to enacting their visions and callings through such an educational experience. Minnich writes of the book, It is my profound conviction, an increasingly urgent one, that this book -- a volume on teaching by committed, experienced teacher-learners reflecting in depth about their art, their calling, and why it matters -- ought to be read and talked about as widely as possible.
2018 Faculty author: June Trop Zuckerman
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The deadliest fever : a Miriam bat Isaac mystery in ancient Alexandria
Authors: June Trop.
Publisher: Black Opal Books Parkdale, OR
Miriam bat Isaac, a budding alchemist and amateur sleuth in first-century CE Alexandria, is concerned when she learns that the Torah mantle in Alexandria s Great Synagogue has been damaged. She takes the mantle to Judah, a renowned jeweler and the unrequited love of her life. He repairs the mantle but assures her that the gems are genuine. Like Miriam, he is astonished that someone would damage the mantle but leave the gems behind. But Miriam suspects that something is not right. She is even more convinced that something is amiss, a few days later, when an anonymous note arrives, warning that the security at the Synagogue needs to be increased. As she digs for answers, she learns that some of the people she trusts are not what they seem, and she may not survive long enough to uncover the truth... -- Publisher s description
2016 Faculty author: Russell Zwanka
Category Management Principles
Authors: by Dr. Russell J. Zwanka (Author), Dr. Brian F. Harris (Contributor)
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform
It is an exciting time to be in the food industry! Not only are the customers more informed than ever, but the demands they place on their retailers of choice include personalization, lifestyles, and connectivity. When will they run out of their favorite product? When do their demands change throughout their lives? When do they want you to help them, and when do they want you to back off? All are questions at the top of every food retailer’s mind. In this text, we will take the reader from the origin of the science we call Category Management, through to the best practices and Category Management’s impact for the future. You will learn how the Category Business Plan has evolved over time. And you will also learn how the basics have really never changed. The customer of today, as did the customer of yesterday, places his or her trust, loyalty and confidence in their retailers of choice. The best retailers are the ones who cover the basics every day! Category Management will help you along the journey!
2017 Faculty author: Russell Zwanka
Successfully succinct stage speaking
Authors: Dr. Russell J. Zwanka.
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform Lavergne, TN
Public speaking can sometimes be the most terrifying thing anyone can do. It doesn t have to be. In fact, with these tools and tips, you can learn to communicate your message with enthusiasm and vigor! Embrace public speaking. It ll transform your life. -- Back cover
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