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UMD Professor Stephen B. Castleberry  
Stephen B. Castleberry, professor, Department of Marketing, recently published the 9th edition of Selling: Building Partnership.  
   


UMD Faculty and Staff Publish


This spring, the University of Minnesota Duluth recognizes and celebrates the books published by UMD faculty and staff. UMD has many strong and productive scholars, but too often their work is unknown by the larger community. This body of published work represents an exceptional accumulation of creativity and knowledge, from novels and nonfiction, to textbooks and scholarly works. The following list highlights books that faculty or staff wrote, contributed to, or edited from 2011 to the present.

   
UMD Library Assistant Charlene Brown  
Charlene Brown, library assistant, edited Dead Ahead: A Jo Spence Mystery by Jen Wright.  
UMD Associate Direcotr of HR&EO Mary Cameron  
Mary L. Cameron, associate director, Department of Human Resources and Equal Opportunity, published No Child Left Behind: A Review from a Critical Race Theory Lens.  
UMD Assistant Professor Jill Doerfler  
Jill Doerfler, assistant professor, Department of American Indian Studies, co-edited Centering Anishinaabeg Studies: Understanding the World Through Stories and published numerous chapters and essays.  
 
Qiang Fang, assistant professor, Department of History, published two books: Chinese Complaint Systems: Natural Resistance and Modern Chinese Legal Reform: New Perspectives.  
 
Susan Maher, dean, College of Liberal Arts, co-edited Artifacts and Illuminations: Critical Essays on Loren Eiseley. She also contributed an essay to the book.  
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Cheryl Reitan, associate director, Office of External Affairs, collaborated on a book by Sue [Lorenzi] Sojourner, entitled Thunder of Freedom: Black Leadership and the Transformation of 1960s Mississippi.  
UMD Associate Professor Jeremy Youde  
Jeremy Youde, associate professor, Department of Political Science, published, Global Health Governance. He also published a number of essays.  
   


Curt Anderson
, adjunct professor, Department of Economics, recently had his curriculum for personal finance educators, "Making Personal Finance Decisions" (ten units with twenty classroom lessons), published by the Minnesota Council on Economic Education (MCEE). It is available free on the MCEE website.

Thomas Beery, assistant professor, Department of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, co-wrote a chapter with D. Wolf-Watz, K. Sandell, and J. Öhman, published in Nature-based Outdoor Recreation Synthesis Book: Nature-based Outdoor Recreation and Environmental Engagement, P. Fredman, M. Stenseke, K. Sandell, & A. Mossing (eds.), Stockholm, Naturvårdverket, 2013.

Charlene Brown
, library assistant, edited Dead Ahead: A Jo Spence Mystery by Jen Wright, winner of the Northeastern Minnesota Book Award for fiction and finalist for a Golden Crown Literary Society award. This book was published by Clover Valley Press of Duluth in 2011.

Mary L. Cameron, associate director, Department of Human Resources and Equal Opportunity, had her book, No Child Left Behind: A Review from a Critical Race Theory Lens, published by LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing, 2012.

Mary Caprioli, associate professor, Department of Political Science, and director, International Studies, published the multi-authored book, Sex & World Peace, Columbia University Press, 2012. The book has been nominated for numerous awards and has gained high popularity amongst activists, most notably Gloria Steinem, who has championed the book.

Stephen B. Castleberry, professor, Department of Marketing, along with John F. Tanner, recently published the 9th edition of Selling: Building Partnerships, 2013, published by Irwin-McGraw Hill.

Jill Doerfler, assistant professor, Department of American Indian Studies, co-edited Centering Anishinaabeg Studies: Understanding the World Through Stories with Niigaanwewidam James Sinclair and Heidi Kiiwetinepinesiik Stark in the American Indian Studies series with Michigan State University Press. Doerfler co-wrote the introduction "Bagijige: Making an Offering" with her fellow editors. In addition, she wrote a chapter entitled "A Philosophy for Living: Ignatia Broker and Constitutional Reform among the White Earth Anishinaabeg."

Doerfler co-authored a chapter, with Gerald Vizenor, entitled “A Citizen’s Guide to the White Earth Constitution: Highlights and Reflections" for the book, The White Earth Nation: Ratification of a Native Democratic Constitution, Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2012.

Doerfler wrote a chapter entitled “Relative Identities: Connecting Chance and Continuance in Love Medicine” published in Critical Insights: Louise Erdrich, edited by P. Jane Hafen, Ipswich; Massachusetts: EBSCO Publishing, Salem Press, 2013. She also wrote the essay “Race, War, and the March of Time: The Vanishing American” published in Seeing Red: American Indians and the Cinema, edited by LeAnne Howe, Denise Cummings, and Harvey Markowitz, East Lansing: Michigan State University Press, 2013.

Aydin Durgunoglu, professor, Department of Psychology, wrote Improving Adult Literacy Instruction: Options for Practice and Research, published by the National Research Council Committee on Learning Sciences: Foundations and Applications to Adolescent and Adult Literacy, A. M. Lesgold and M. Welch-Ross (eds.), The National Academies Press, 2011.

Durgunoglu, along with IYOP Team, contributed “Adult Literacy and Empowerment:  Description and Evaluation of a Program in Turkey” in Proceedings from the 7th Annual LESSLA (Low Educated Second Language and Literacy Acquisition) Symposium, P. Vinograd and M. Bigelow (eds.), Minneapolis, Minn.,  It was published by the University of Minnesota Press, 2012.

Qiang Fang, assistant professor, Department of History, recently had two books published. The first, Chinese Complaint Systems: Natural Resistance, was published by Routledge. The second, Modern Chinese Legal Reform: New Perspectives, co-edited with Xiaobing Li, was published by University Press of Kentucky.

Charles Fountaine, assistant professor Department of Health, Physical Education, Recreation, co-wrote a chapter with J. Meendering and C. Fountaine, entitled “Cardiorespiratory Fitness Assessments and Exercise Programming for Apparently Healthy Participants,” to be published in ACSM's Resources for the Health Fitness Specialist, G. Liguori (ed.), Philadelphia, Pa., Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2014.

Emily Gaarder, assistant professor, Department of Sociology/Anthropology, had her book, Women and the Animal Rights Movement, published by Rutgers University Press in 2011.

Linda LeGarde Grover, associate professor, Department of American Indian Studies, had her book, The Dance Boots, published by the University of Georgia Press in a paperback edition in 2012.  

Cindy Hale, research associate, Natural Resources Research Institute, had the second edition of her book, Earthworms of the Great Lakes Region, published by Kollath & Stensaas Publishing in March 2013.

Ahmed Heikal, professor, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry, will serve as co-editor for a book entitled Natural Biomarkers for Cellular Metabolism: Biology, Techniques, and Applications which will be published by Taylor & Francis Group. Vladimir Ghukasyan, Neuroscience Research Center, Cell and Developmental Biology Department, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, is the other editor for this book. The book is scheduled to be released in 2013.

Eric E Hessler, assistant professor, Department of Psychology, co-wrote a chapter with P. H. Finan and P. G. Amazeen, “Psychological Rhythmicities,” published in the Handbook of Systems and Complexity in Health, Springer, New York, 2013.

James Klueg, department head, Department of Art & Design, had his ceramic vessel, "Faraway Places," included in Brigette Martin's recently published book, Humor in Craft, by Schiffler Publishing.

Scott Laderman, associate professor, Department of History, had essays in a number of books. They are: "From the Vietnam War to the 'War on Terror': Tourism and the Martial Fascination," in Richard Butler and Wantanee Suntikul, (eds.), Tourism and War, London: Routledge, 2013, pp. 26-35; and "A Necessary Salve: The 'Hue Massacre' in History and Memory," in Philip G. Dwyer and Lyndall Ryan, (eds.), Theatres of Violence: Massacre, Mass Killing, and Atrocity throughout History, New York: Berghahn Books, 2012, pp. 213-225. He wrote an essay, "Movies and the Vietnam War,” for Matthew Masur, Brad Austin, and John Day Tully, (eds.), Understanding and Teaching the Vietnam War, Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, forthcoming in August 2013.  

Laderman is co-editor of a book that is scheduled to be out in June, 2013. It is Four Decades On: Vietnam, the United States, and the Legacies of the Second Indochina War, Durham, North Carolina: Duke University Press. He has a chapter in the book, A Fishy Affair: Vietnamese Seafood and the Confrontation with U.S. Neoliberalism, and he co-authored, with Edwin Martini, the introduction to National Amnesia, Transnational Memory, and the Legacies of the Second Indochina War.

Milan Kovacovic, associate professor, Department of Foreign Languages/Literature, had his book, Ma's Dictionary: Straddling the Social Class Divide. A Memoir, published by Greysolon Press.com in 2011.

Susan Maher, dean, College of Liberal Arts, co-edited the book, Artifacts and Illuminations: Critical Essays on Loren Eiseley. She contributed an essay entitled "The Places Below: Mapping the Invisible Universe in Loren Eiseley's Plains Essays" and along with Tom Lynch, co-wrote the introduction. The book was published by the University of Nebraska Press in 2012.

Joseph Maiolo, professor, Department of English, recently has two books published. Boy • Youth • Man, a collection of three novellas, and My Turkish Missile Crisis were published by overcoatbooks.com.

Ron T. Marchese, professor, College of Liberal Arts, along with Marlene Breu, has a book out, Splendor and Pageantry: Textile Treasures from the Armenian Orthodox Churches of Istanbul. Published by Citlembik Publishing in 2011, it features a detailed study of Armenian arts and crafts. It is an extensive catalogue of sacred textiles in Istanbul Armenian churches.

Ron Morton, professor, Department of Geosciences, and Carl Gawboy, acclaimed Ojibwe artist and historian, have written a sequel to their award winning book, Talking Rocks. The sequel, published by Rockflower Press in 2011, is entitled Ancient Earth and the First Ancestors: A Cultural and Geological Journey.

Jon L. Pierce, professor, Department of Management Studies, has co-written a book, Psychological Ownership and the Organizational Context: Theory, Research and Application, with Iiro Jussila, professor of Management and Organization, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Finland. It was published by Edward Elgar Publishing in 2011.

George (Rip) Rapp, Regents Professor Emeritus, Department of Geological Sciences, has a chapter, "The Topography of the Pass at Thermopylae, Circa 480 BC" in a new book Beyond the Gates of Fire, about the battle between the Spartans and the Persians at Thermopylae. It is scheduled for release in April 2013 by Pen and Sword Press.

Cheryl Reitan, associate director, Office of External Affairs, collaborated with Sue [Lorenzi] Sojourner, on a book about the civil rights movement entitled Thunder of Freedom: Black Leadership and the Transformation of 1960s Mississippi. The book was published by the University Press of Kentucky in January 2013.

Paul Sharp, professor, Department of Political Science, co-edited, with Geoffrey Wiseman, American Diplomacy, Boston: Martinius Nijhoff, 2012. In that book, he contributed the chapter "Obama, Clinton and the Diplomacy of Change." He wrote the chapter “Diplomacy in international relations theory and other disciplinary perspectives,” published in Diplomacy in a Globalizing World: Theories and Practices, Pauline Kerr and Geoffrey Wiseman (eds.), New York: Oxford University Press, 2012. With Wiseman, Sharp co-wrote a chapter, “Diplomacy,” published in An Introduction to International Relations, Richard Devetak (ed.), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2011.

Jean M. Stevenson, associate professor, Department of Education, edited a collection of letters from authors and illustrators entitled Dear Dr. Kerlan: You Have Created a Safe Haven, published by University of Minnesota Libraries, Archives and Special Collections, in 2012.

Ladona Tornabene, associate professor, Department of Health Physical Education, Recreation, co-wrote the book Gentle Hikes: Minnesota's Most Scenic North Shore Hikes Under Three Miles with M. Morgan and L. Vogelsang. It was updated in 2013.

Judith Ann Trolander, professor emerita, Department of History, published From Sun Cities to The Villages: A History of Active Adult, Age-Restricted Communities, University Press of Florida, 2011. The University Press of Florida released a paperback edition in January 2013.

Jeremy Youde, associate professor, Department of Political Science, had his book, Global Health Governance, published by Polity Books, 2012. He has written a number of essays: “The Generational Paradigm Shift in South African Foreign Policy,” published in Generational Analysis: Theory and Application in International Relations and Comparative Politics, Brent J. Steele and Jonathan Acuff, (eds.), New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011; “Is Zimbabwe a Failed State?” published in Routledge Handbook of Diplomacy and Statecraft, Brian McKercher, (ed.), London: Routledge, 2011; and “The Clinton Foundation and Global Health Governance,” published in Private Actors in Global Public Health: Partnerships and Foundations in Global Health Governance, Simon Rushton and Owain Williams, (eds.), New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2011.



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Information compiled by Katarina Menze, April 2013



 



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