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Celebrating CMU’s Book Authors and Editors

A book with colorful pages above the words Central Michigan University and next to Book Recognition Event.

Please join us on April 3, 2024, at the annual Book Recognition Event to celebrate the creative and scholarly achievements of CMU book authors and editors. Sponsored by the Office of the Provost and the University Libraries, the annual Book Recognition Event celebrates CMU authors, editors, illustrators, and translators. 

A writer’s published work embodies their passions, interests, and expertise. This year, we’re recognizing 17 faculty members whose scholarly and creative efforts resulted in 17 book publications. These books cover a range of topics, including: fantasy novels; Biblical themes in science fiction; Gothic genre in literature; young adult novelists; DEIB in higher education; Company K Anishinaabe Soldiers during the U.S. Civil War; identities in Latin American and U.S. Latine  fiction and visual and performing arts; interventions therapists can use to strengthen parent-child relationships; educational technology; qualitative research methods; orthopedic and athletic injuries; drug abuse; biomimetic nanotechnology; and a tribute to a CMU teacher, writer, and natural historian.

You can view past recipients online or browse the book collection located at the north end of the Park Library’s second floor


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