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
Mad men and politics : nostalgia and the remaking of modern America / [edited by] Linda Beail and Lilly J. Goren. Denise Witzig, professor in the Women's and Gender Studies program, has published a chapter in this book titled: "Masculinity and Its Discontents: Myth, Memory and the Future on Mad Men"
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."
Charles Wankel, Economics Perspective, Dust Jackets, Micro Levels Choice, Macros Levels Impact, Campus Author, Ethic Models, Embodi Ethic, Choice Leaded
Ethics across the curriculum : a practice-based approach / Michael Boylan and James A. Donahue (SMC President)
Michael Boylan, James, Dust Jackets, Donahu Smc, Practice Bas Approach, Mary Colleges, Campus Author, Dust Covers, Dust Wrappers
The Co-Teaching Book of Lists / Katherine Perez, professor with the School of Education
Coteach Books, Books Jackets, Katherine Perez, Education Books, Coteach Ideas, Co Teaching Models, Co Teaching Books, Teacher Nerdy, Lists
More Than 100 Brain-Friendly Tools and Strategies for Literacy Instruction / Dr. Kathy Perez, professor with the School of Education
Brain Friends Strategies, Brain Bas Teaching, Brainfriend Tools, Instructions Strategies, 100 Brainfriend, 100 Brain Friends, Teaching Strategies Acting, Literacy Ideas, Literacy Instructions
More Than 100 Brain-Friendly Tools and Strategies for Literacy Instruction
The New Inclusion: Differentiated Strategies to Engage ALL Students / Kathy Perez, professor with the School of Education
Brain Bas Teaching, Student Engagement, Education Books, Special Education, Students Abilities, Kathy Perez, General Education, Students Engagement, Differentiation Strategies
The new inclusion : differentiated strategies to engage all students / Kathy Perez ; foreword by Lim Chye Tin. Encompasses a broader understanding of the inclusive classroom (PreK-8), embracing all the different needs that teachers face--from special education, to ELL, to a wide spectrum of student ability and readiness. Combines the latest research in brain-based teaching and student engagement with useful interventions... http://piocat.carrollu.edu:80/record=b1667160~S0
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.
African Americans, Twentyfirst, Twenty First Century, Books Worth, Africans American, Black Stat, Twenties First Century, Monique, Gibran Muhammad
Black Stats: African Americans by the Numbers in the Twenty-first Century: Monique W. Morris, Khalil Gibran Muhammad: 9781595589194: Amazon....
On These Promising Shores of the Pacific: A History of Saint Mary’s College / by Ronald Eugene Isetti, History Professor Emeritus
Eugene Isetti, Saint Mary, Colleges Libraries, Ronald Eugene, History Professor, Book, Mary Colleges, Promise Shore, Promi Shore
On These Promising Shores of the Pacific: a history of Saint Mary's College by Ronald Eugene Isetti, retired History professor at SMC. Written in a different style from Brother Mel's Years of Yearning, this relatively short book gave a fascinating account on the early history of the College. Recommended by Elise Wong, Library.
Victor Serge: A Political Biography / Susan Weissman, professor of Politics
Politics Thinker, Versobook Com, Weights, Victor Serge, Verso Books, Optimism, Susan Weissman, Politics Biographies
Victor Serge: A Political Biography by Susan Weissman The first biography to give due weight to the commitment and optimism of this great political thinker
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.
& Other Stories, Clear Water, Shy Shuqe, Vivian Zhang, Stories 2012, Smc Campus, Languages Department, Modern Languages, Campus Author
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.
Wildland 2000, All Th Invaders, California Natural, California Wildland, Invas Plants, Inva Plants
Invasion Ecology (2007) / Julie Lockwood, Martha F. Hoopes, Michael P. Marchetti. Michael Marchetti is a professor of Biology.
Books, 2006, December 15, Editing December, Invas Ecology, July Lockwood, Inva Ecology, Earth Science, Ecology 2007
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.
Public Service, Dust Jackets, Smc Campus, Libraries Public, Edward Evans, Campus Author, Service 2009, Hall Libraries, Albert Hall
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.
Saint Mary, Graham Foust, Ernst Meister, Poems, Colleges Libraries, Mary Colleges, English, Time Rift, Samuel Frederick
Human ecology economics : a new framework for global sustainability (2008) / edited by Roy E. Allen. Professor Allen is with the Economics department.
Smc Campus, Mary Colleges, Environmental Politics, Campus Author, Global Sustainability, Professor Allen, Economics Department, Ecology Economics, Human Ecology
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"
American Higher, David Gentry Aiken, Entitlement Catholic, Education 2009, Chapter Entitlement, Catholic Intellectual, Campus Author, Catholic Faith, Catholic Study
Hanging together : unity and diversity in American culture (2001) / John Higham ; edited by Carl J. Guarneri. Carl Guarneri is a professor of History.