New faculty publications in the College of Arts and Sciences

Submitted by Carolyn Arnold, Associate Director, Marketing & Communications on June 26, 2014

050114_CAS_Faculty_Celebration_33 copyNew faculty publications in the College of Arts and Sciences

The Afterlife. An ethnography of a Moroccan Berber village. Documenting Sartre’s and Levinas’ conceptions of transcendence and identity.

Those were the topics of some of the books published by faculty in the College of Arts and Sciences (CAS) in the 2013-2014 academic year.

Continuing its tradition of celebrating faculty publications, the College of Arts and Sciences and the Learning for a Lifetime program hosted several events where faculty presented their research to the public. This semester featured works by faculty in two of the core departments of the College: religious studies and philosophy. 

Faculty publications 2013-2014:

Sara Brill, Author

Associate Professor of Philosophy

Plato on the Limits of Human Life

Indiana University Press, 2013

 

Mary Ann McDonald Carolan, Author

Associate Professor of Modern Languages & Literatures

The Transatlantic Gaze

Italian Cinema, American Film

State University of New York, 2014

 

Matthew P. Coleman, Author

Professor of Mathematics

An Introduction to Partial Differential Equations

with MATLAB

CRC Press, 2013

 

David Crawford, Co-Author

Associate Professor of Sociology & Anthropology

Nostalgia for the Present:

Photography and Ethnography in Berber Morocco

Leiden University Press, 2014

 

David Crawford, Co-Editor

Associate Professor of Sociology & Anthropology

Encountering Morocco: Fieldwork and Cultural Understanding

Indiana University Press, 2013

 

David Downie, Co-Author

Associate Professor of Politics

Global Environmental Politics

6th Edition

Westview Press, 2014

 

Paul Lakeland, Author

Professor of Religious Studies

A Council That Will Never End

Lumen Gentium and the Church Today

Liturgical Press, 2013

 

Danke Li, Author

Professor of History

Women, War and Memory: 35 Chongqing Women’s

Experiences during China’s War of Resistance against Japan

Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2013

 

Judy Primavera, Co-Editor

Professor of Psychology

Civic and Community Engagement

Going Public

Michigan State University Press, 2013

 

Kris Sealey, Author

Associate Professor of Philosophy

Moments of Disruption

Levinas, Sartre, and the Question of Transcendence

State University of New York, 2013

 

John E. Thiel, Author

Professor of Religious Studies

Icons of Hope

The “Last Things” in Catholic Imagination

University of Notre Dame, 2013

 

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