Successful publication pursuits
CMU faculty, staff and emeriti recognized for their books published in 2018
Honorees are recognized for authoring, co-authoring, editing, illustrating and translating books. Those being honored are:
- Natalia Collings of the Department of Teacher Education and Professional Development for editing "Cases of Teaching and Learning Across and Beyond K-12 Settings."
- Darrin Doyle of the Department of English Language and Literature for writing "Scoundrels Among Us."
- Bradley Fahlman of the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry for writing "Materials Chemistry," third edition.
- Susan Grettenberger of the Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work for co-writing "The Arc of Faith-Based Initiatives: Religion's Changing Role in Welfare Service Provision."
- Mitchell Hall of the Department of History for editing the first and second volumes of "Opposition to War: An Encyclopedia of U.S. Peace and Antiwar Movements."
- Tara McCarthy of the Department of History for writing "Respectability & Reform: Irish American Women's Activism, 1880-1920."
- Amy Ransom of the Department of World Languages and Cultures for writing "I Am Legend as American Myth: Race and Masculinity in the Novel and its Film Adaptations."
- Joseph Michael Sommers of the Department of English Language and Literature for editing "Conversations with Neil Gaiman."
- Michael Talliard, Master of Science in Administration degree program faculty member, for writing "Market Insanity: A Brief Guide to Diagnosing the Madness in the Stock Market."
- Annette Thornton, a Theatre, Interpretation and Dance faculty member for co-editing "Physical Dramaturgy: Perspectives from the Field."
- Jonathon Truitt of the Department of History for writing "Sustaining the Divine in Mexico Tenochtitlan: Nahuas and Catholicism, 1523-1700."
- Jeffrey Weinstock of the Department of English Language and Literature for editing "The Cambridge Companion to American Gothic" and "Critical Approaches to Welcome to Night Vale: Podcasting between Weather and the Void."
- Cathy Willermet of the Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social work for co-editing "Bioarchaeology of Pre-Columbian Mesoamerica: An Interdisciplinary Approach."
- Laura Zwissler of the Department of Philosophy and Religion for writing "Religious, Feminist, Activist: Cosmologies of Interconnection."
The honoree presentation is at 3:30 p.m. April 2 in Park Library's Sarah and Daniel Opperman Auditorium. A reception will follow in the library's Baber Room.