FACULTY AUTHORS FETED

Eighteen faculty members from the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Education were honored at the 2010 NEIU Recent Authors Reception in Alumni Hall on February 16. Following is a list of the 2010 faculty authors and their recently published books:
Russell Benjamin, associate professor, political science
Eternal Colonialism

Huseyin Colak, assistant professor, educational inquiry and curriculum studies
Children's Nature of Science Views and Personal Epistemologies

Maureen Erber, professor, psychology
Intimate Relationships: Issues, Theories and Research (2nd edition) (co-author)

Suzanne Gaskins, professor, psychology
The Anthropology of Learning in Childhood (co-editor)

Philip Gwanyama, professor, mathematics
Fundamental Computations for Magic Squares

Richard Hallett, professor, linguistics
Official Tourism Websites: A Discourse Analysis Perspective (Tourism and Cultural Change) (co-author)

Joan Johnson, instructor, history
South Carolina Women: Their Lives and Times, Volume 2 (co-author and contributor)

Judith Kaplan-Weinger, professor, linguistics
Official Tourism Websites: A Discourse Analysis Perspective (Tourism and Cultural Change) (co-author)

Elyse Mach, professor, music
Great Contemporary Pianists Speak for Themselves, Korean Edition

Erica Meiners, professor, educational inquiry and curriculum studies
Teaching Toward Democracy: Educators as Agents of Change (co-author)

Dragan Milovanovic, professor, justice studies
Postmodernist and Post-Structuralist Theories of Crime (co-author)

Edward Odisho, professor emeritus, teacher education
Linguistic and Cultural Studies in Aramaic and Arabic

John Ross, instructor, communication, media and theatre
Goat Troubles and Other Chicago Poems

Brian Schultz, associate professor, educational inquiry and curriculum studies
Handbook of Public Pedagogy: Education and Learning Beyond Schooling (co-author)

Sara Schwarzbaum, professor, counselor education
Culture and Identity: Life Stories for Counselors and Therapists (2nd edition) (co-author)

Brian Torosian, instructor, music
J.K. Mertz, Opern-Revue, Op. 8, nos. 17-24, Volume III (editor)

Russell Zanca, professor, anthropology
Life in a Muslim Uzbek Village: Cotton Farming After Communism

FACULTY AUTHORS FETED
Eighteen faculty members from the College of Arts and Sciences and the College of Education were honored at the 2010 NEIU Recent Authors Reception in Alumni Hall on February 16.
March 2011