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SMC Campus Authors

A selection of some of the books written by faculty, staff, and students of Saint Mary's College. More can be searched in the library catalog by title: SMC Campus Authors

Ethical models and applications of globalization : cultural, socio-political and economic perspectives / [edited by] Charles Wankel, Shaun Malleck. Chapter 2 is written by Julianne E. Maurseth of SEBA on the "Embodied Ethics for Our Interdependent World: How our Micro-level Choices Lead to Macro-Level Impacts."

Ethics across the curriculum : a practice-based approach / Michael Boylan and James A. Donahue (SMC President)

The Co-Teaching Book of Lists / Katherine Perez, professor with the School of Education

More Than 100 Brain-Friendly Tools and Strategies for Literacy Instruction / Dr. Kathy Perez, professor with the School of Education

The New Inclusion: Differentiated Strategies to Engage ALL Students / Kathy Perez, professor with the School of Education

Black Stats: African Americans by the Numbers in the Twenty-first Century / Monique W. Morris, a member of our faculty with the graduate Leadership program.

On These Promising Shores of the Pacific: A History of Saint Mary’s College / by Ronald Eugene Isetti, History Professor Emeritus

A Knife in Clear Water and other Stories (2012) / by Shi Shuqing and others; translated by Vivian H. Zhang. Vivian Zhang is a professor in the Modern Languages department.

Invasive plants of California's wildlands (2000) / edited by Carla C. Bossard, John M. Randall, and Marc C. Hoshovsky. Carla Bossard is a professor of Biology.

Invasion Ecology (2007) / Julie Lockwood, Martha F. Hoopes, Michael P. Marchetti. Michael Marchetti is a professor of Biology.

Introduction to library public services (2009) / G. Edward Evans and Thomas L. Carter. Thomas Carter is the former director of the St. Albert Hall Library at SMC.

In Time's Rift : poems = Im Zeitspalt (2012) / Ernst Meister; translated by Graham Foust and Samuel Frederick. Graham Foust is a professor with the English department.

Human ecology economics : a new framework for global sustainability (2008) / edited by Roy E. Allen. Professor Allen is with the Economics department.

Here comes everybody : Catholic studies in American higher education (2009) / edited and introduced by William C. Graham. David Gentry-Aiken, professor of Theology and Religious Studies, published a chapter entitled "Catholic studies programs : catalysts for reviving the Catholic intellectual tradition in higher education"

Hanging together : unity and diversity in American culture (2001) / John Higham ; edited by Carl J. Guarneri. Carl Guarneri is a professor of History.

Handbook of adult and continuing education (2010) / edited by Carol E. Kasworm, Amy D. Rose, Jovita M. Ross-Gordon. Kathleen Taylor, professor in Graduate Education, co-authored the chapter on Adult Development.

The Grand Permission: New Writings on Poetics and Motherhood (2003) / edited by Patricia Diensfrey and Brenda Hillman. Professor Hillman teaches in the SMC English department.

The Gentle American: The Life and Times of Brother Charles Henry Buttimer, First American Superior General of the Brothers of the Christian Schools (1994) / Ronald Eugene Isetti, FSC. Ron Isetti is a retired history professor.

Garlic is Life : A Memoir with Recipes (1996) / Chester Aaron. Chester Aaron is a retired professor from the English department.

Financial crises and recession in the global economy (2009) / Roy E. Allen. Roy Allen is a professor with the Economics department.

Essays on Women's Artistic and Cultural Contributions 1919-1939: Expanded Social Roles for the New Woman Following the First World War (2009) / edited by Paula Birnbaum and Anna Novakov. Professor Novakov is with the Art department.

Empowering Frail Elderly People: opportunities and impediments in housing, health, and support service delivery (2000) / edited by Leonard F. Heumann, Mary E. McCall, and Duncan P. Boldy. Mary McCall is a professor with the Psychology department.

Culture, care, and community empowerment: international applications of theory and methods (2008) / convened by Tadao Takayama ; edited by Tokie Anme and Mary McCall. Mary McCall is a professor with the Psychology department, and acting director of faculty development.

Corporate Governance Failures: the role of institutional investors in the global financial crisis (2011) / edited by James P. Hawley, Shyam J. Kamath, and Andrew T. Williams. Professors Hawley and Williams are professors in the Graduate School of Business.