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Book Author Honorees

The CELEBRATE U Task Force has contacted all academic department administrative assistants for a list of faculty who authored a first edition or original book that was published—using a traditional or new media format—in 2017.

Shima Baradaran Baughman for The Bail Book: A comprehensive look at Bail in America's Criminal Justice System

Jorge Contreras for Cambridge Handbook of Technical Standardization Law

Ann Darling for Effective Difficult Conversations: a step-by-step guide

Nathan Devir for New Children of Israel: Emerging Jewish Communities in an Era of Globalization

Craig Dworkin for Twelve Erroneous Displacements and a Fact

Christine Everaert for Essential Hindi Grammar: With Examples from Modern Hindi Literature

Elena Garcia-Martin for Rural Revisions of Golden Age Drama

David P. Goldenberg for Principles of NMR Spectroscopy: An Illustrated Guide

Sam Handlin for Fragile Democracies: Polarization and Political Regimes in South America

Louisa Heiny for Judicial Process: Cases and Materials

Eric Hinderaker for Boston's Massacre

Patricia Kerig for Posttraumatic stress disorder in childhood and adolescence: A developmental psychopathology perspective

Wayne McCormack for Judicial Process: Cases and Materials

Brandon R. Peterson for Being Salvation: Atonement and Soteriology in the Theology of Karl Rahner

Paisley Rekdal for The Broken Country: On Trauma, a Crime, and the Continuing Legacy of Vietnam

Jerry Root for The Theophilus Legend in Medieval Text and Image

Christopher A. Simon for Public Policy: Preferences and Outcomes, Third edition

Catherine Soehner for Effective Difficult Conversations: a step-by-step guide 

Steve Tatum for Morta Las Vegas: CSI and the Problem of the West

Sylvia Torti for Cages: a novel

 Last Modified 3/29/18