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
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Sex and war on the American stage : Lysistrata in performance, 1930-2012 / Emily B. Klein. Emily Klein is a professor in the English department.

Schadenfreude : understanding pleasure at the misfortune of others / edited by Wilco W. van Dijk and Jaap W. Ouwerkerk. Chapters 4 and 6 are written by Caitlin A. J. Powell, professor of Psychology.

Many peoples, many faiths : women and men in the world religions / Robert S. Ellwood, Barbara A. McGraw. Barbara McGraw is a professor in the School of Economics and Business Administration, as well as the Director of Center for Engaged Religious Pluralism.

Competing visions : a history of California / by Robert Cherny, Gretchen Lemke-Santangelo, Richard Griswold delCastillo. 2nd edition. Gretchen Lemke-Santangelo is a professor of history.

Innovative learning for leadership development / Julie E. Owen, editor. Chapter 3 is written by Jennifer Pigza, faculty member in the Graduate Leadership program.

Goodbye, silver sister : poems / Jeanne Foster, a professor of English

Spying Through a Glass Darkly: American Espionage against the Soviet Union, 1945-1946 / David Alvarez (professor emeritus of Saint Mary's College), Eduard Mark

The louder the room the darker the screen / Paul Ebenkamp. Paul is the Interim Director for the January Term office.

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"

Emergency anthems / Alex Green, a faculty member in the English department

Applied Statistics for Business and Management using Microsoft Excel (2013) Linda Herkenhoff, School of Economics and Business Administration, and John Fogli.

Contemporary Canadian Fiction [Critical Insights] (2014), edited by Carol L. Beran, professor of English at SMC

What Matters Most: Everyday Leadership at Home, at Work, and in the World / Maura Wolf

Paul: Windows on His Thought and His World / Maria Pascuzzi, adjunct faculty member in the Department of Theology and Religious Studies

Sex and war on the American stage : Lysistrata in performance, 1930-2012 / Emily B. Klein. English faculty

Sun bear / Matthew Zapruder, faculty in the dept. of English & the MFA in Creative Writing

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

Victor Serge: A Political Biography / Susan Weissman, professor of Politics

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.