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March 2001

 

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Whitman students, including Jennifer Chong, Tom Wooton, and Alison Chisholm (foreground), make intensive use of the Allen Reading Room in Penrose Library. Features of the room include the painting Trigo by Roberto Juarez, a gift from David Valdez, ’82.

Photo by John Terence Turner.




FACULTY BOOKS

Whitman College professors are authors or coauthors of the following books published since January 1, 1997, or forthcoming in 2002.

Paul Apostolidis, assistant professor of politics, Stations of the Cross: Adorno and Christian Right Radio (Duke University Press, 2000).

Dana Burgess, associate professor of classics, coauthor, The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Classical Mythology (Macmillan Press, 1999).

Tom Callister, associate professor of education, coauthor, Watch It: The Risks and Promises of Information Technologies in Education (Westview Press, 2000).

David Carey, associate professor of philosophy, coauthor with professor Edward Foster, Chaucer’s Church (Ashgate Publishing Company, 2002).

Bob Carson, professor of geology and environmental studies, coauthor, Hiking Washington’s Geology (The Mountaineers, 2000).

George Castile, professor of anthropology, To Show Heart: Native American Self-Determination and Federal Indian Policy, 1960-1975 (University of Arizona Press, 1998).

Julie Charlip, associate professor of history, coauthor, Latin America: A Concise Interpretive History, 7th ed. (Prentice Hall, 2002); Cultivating Coffee: The Farmers of Carazo, Nicaragua, 1880-1930 (Ohio University Press, 2002).

Dennis Crockett, associate professor of art history, German Post-Expressionism: The Art of the Great Disorder 1918-1924 (Penn State University Press, 1999).

Tom Cronin, president, coauthor, The Paradoxes of the American Presidency (Oxford University Press, 1998); coauthor, Government by the People, 17th ed. (Prentice Hall, 2002); coauthor, State and Local Politics, 9th ed. (Prentice Hall, 2000).

John Desmond, professor of English, At the Crossroads: Ethical and Religious Themes in the Writings of Walker Percy (Whitston Publishing, 1997).

Theresa DiPasquale, assistant professor of English, Literature and Sacrament: The Sacred and the Secular in John Donne (Duquesne University Press, 1999).

Tom Edwards, professor of history emeritus, Tradition in a Turbulent Age: Whitman College 1925-1975 (Whitman College, 2001).

Edward Foster, professor of English, Understanding Chaucer’s Intellectual and Inter-pretative World (Edwin Mellen Press, 1999); coauthor with associate professor David Carey, Chaucer’s Church (Ashgate Publishing Company, 2002).

Russell Gordon, professor of mathematics, Real Analysis: A First Course (Addison-Wesley, 2002).

Jim Hanson, associate professor of forensics, Breaking Down Barriers: How to Debate (West Coast Publishing, 2000).

Denise Hazlett, associate professor of economics, Economic Experiments in the Classroom (Addison-Wesley, 1999).

Timothy Kaufman-Osborn, professor of politics, From Noose to Needle: Capital Punish-ment and the Late Liberal State (University of Michigan, 2002); Creatures of Prometheus: Gender and the Politics of Technology (Rowman & Littlefield, 1997).

Katrina Roberts, assistant professor of English, How Late Desire Looks (Gibbs-Smith, 1997).

Stephen Rubin, professor of psychology, coauthor, Teachers That Sexually Abuse Students: An Administrative & Legal Guide (Technomic Publishing Company, 1999).

David Schmitz, professor of history, Henry L. Stimson: The First Wise Man (Scholarly Resources, 2001); Thank God They’re on Our Side: The United States & Right-Wing Dictatorships, 1921-1965 (University of North Carolina Press, 1999).

Robert Tobin, associate professor of German, Doctor’s Orders: Goethe and Enlightenment Thought (Bucknell University Press, 2001); Warm Brothers: Queer Theory and the Age of Goethe (University of Pennsylvania Press, 2000).

Skip Wade, professor of chemistry, Organic Chemistry, 4th ed. (Prentice Hall, 1999).

John Winter, professor of geology, An Introduction to Igneous and Metamorphic Petrology (Prentice Hall, 2001).
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