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Faculty Publications


We are proud of our faculty and their publications. This page contains a list chronological, then alphabetical list of CHASS faculty authors, the names of their publications, and the publishers. Many of these books are available at the UCR Campus Store.

2015

  • Heidi Brevik-Zender. Department of Comparative Literature and Foreign Languages. Fashioning Spaces. University of Toronto Press.
  • Christopher Chase-Dunn, Christian Suter, and Immanuel Wallerstein, eds. Department of Sociology. Overcoming Global Inequalities. Paradigm Publishers.
  • Tamara Ho. Department of Gender and Sexuality Studies. Romancing Human Rights: Gender, Intimacy, and Power between Burma and the West. University of Hawaii Press.
  • Ruhi Khan. Department of Media and Cultural Studies. Beyond Hybridity and Fundamentalism: Emerging Muslim Identity in Globalized India. Oxford University Press.
  • John Medearis. Department of Political Science. Why Democracy Is Oppositional. Harvard University Press.
  • Jennifer Nájera. Department of Ethnic Studies. The Borderlands of Race. University of Texas Press, Austin.
  • Armando Navarro. Department of Ethnic Studies. Mexicano and Latino Politics and the Quest for Self-Determiniation. Lexington Books.
  • Clifford Trafzer and Richard Schieuerman, eds. Department of History. River Song. Washington State University Press.
  • Jonathan H. Turner, Richard Machalek and Alexandra Maryanski. Department of Sociology.  Handbook on Evolution and Society: Toward An Evolutionary Social Science. Boulder: Paradigm Publishers.
  • Jonathan H. Turner. Department of Sociology. Revolt From the Middle: Emotional Stratification and Change in Post- Industrial Societies. Transaction Publishers.

2014

  • Malcolm Baker. Department of Art History. Fame and Friendship: Pope, Roubiliac and the Portrait Bust. The Rothschild Foundation.
  • Malcolm Baker. Department of Art History. The Marble Index: Roubiliac and Sculptural Portraiture in Eighteenth-century Britain. Yale University Press.
  • Lindon Barrett (posthumous). Department of English. Racial Blackness and the Discontinuity of Western Modernity. University of Illinois Press.
  • Derek Burrill. Department of Media and Cultural Studies. The Other Guy: Media Masculinity Within the Margins. Peter Lang Publishing.
  • Paulo Chagas. Department of Music. Unsayable Music: Six Reflections on Musical Semiotics, Electroacoustic and Digital Music. Leuven University Press.
  • Paulo Chagas. Department of Music. Muk 195/196 Massenmedien Und Kommunikation. Seigen.
  • Christopher Chase-Dunn and Bruce Lerro. Department of Sociology. Social Change, Globalization from the Stone Age to the Present. Paradigm Publishers.
  • Jennifer Doyle. Department of English. Campus Security. Los Angeles: Semiotext(e).
  • Weishin Gui, ed. Department of English. Common Lines and City Spaces: A Critical Anthology on Arthur Yap. Institute of South East Asian Studies (Singapore).
  • Stephanie Hammer. Department of Comparative Literature and Foreign Languages. How Formal?. Spouthill Press.
  • Sherri Franks Johnson. Department of Religious Studies. Monastic Women and Religious Orders in Late Medieval Bologna. Cambridge University Press.
  • Amanda Lucia. Department of Religious Studies. Amma, Devotees in a Global Embrace. University of California Press.
  • Alfredo Mirande. Department of Sociology. Jalos USA: Transnational Community and Identity. University of Notre Dame Press.
  • Sharon Oselin. Department of Sociology. Leaving Prostitution: Getting Out and Staying Out of Sex Work. New York: NYU Press.
  • Conrad Rudolph. Department of Art History The Mystic Ark: Hugh of Saint Victor, Art, and Thought in the Twelfth Century. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge and New York.
  • Thomas Scanlon. Department of Comparative Literature and Foreign Languages. Sport in the Greek and Roman World, Volume 1, ed. Oxford University Press.
  • Pashaura Singh and Louise Fenech. Department of Religious Studies. The Oxford Handbook of Sikh Studies. Oxford University Press.
  • Andrea Smith and Audra Simpson, eds. Department of Media and Cultural Studies. Theorizing Native Studies. Duke University Press.
  • Jan Stets and Jonathan Turner. Department of Sociology. Handbook of the Sociology of Emotions: Volume II, eds. Springer Publishing.
  • David A. Swanson, F. Yusuf, and J. Martins. Methods of Demographic Analysis. Springer B.V. Press. Dordrecht, Heidelberg, London, and New York.
  • David A. Swanson, Department of Sociology, co-author with Farhat Yusuf and Jo Martins. Methods of Demographic Analysis. Springer.
  • Sherryl Vint. Department of English. Science Fiction: A Guide to the Perplexed. Bloomsbury.
  • Raymond Williams. Department of Hispanic Studies. Mario Vargas Llosa: A Life of Writing. University of Texas Press, Austin.
  • Yenna Wu, ed. Department of Comparative Literature and Foreign Languages. Li Ang’s Visionary Challenges to Gender, Sex, and Politics. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.

2013

  • Wendy Ashmore, Department of Anthropology, with Robert J. SharerDiscovering our Past: A Brief Introduction to Archaeology. New York: McGraw-Hill.
  • Steven Gould Axelrod. Department of English. The New Anthology of American Poetry, Volume 3: Postmodernism, 1950-Present. New Brunswick, NJ and London, UK: Rutgers University Press.
  • Andrea Denny-Brown and Lisa Cooper, eds. Department of English. The Arma Christi in Medieval and Early Modern Material Culture: With an Edition of 'O Vernicle'. Ashgate.
  • Sabine Doran. Department of Comparative Literature and Foreign Languages. The Culture of Yellow, or, The Visual Politics of Late Modernity. New York / London: Bloomsbury.
  • Jennifer Doyle. Department of English. Hold it Against Me: Difficulty and Emotion in Contemporary Art. Duke University Press.
  • Lan Duong, Department of Media and Cultural Studies, Mariam Lam, Department of Comparative Literature and Foreign Languages, Kathy L. Nguyen, and Isabelle Thuy Pelaud, eds. Troubling Borders: Literature and Art by Southeast Asian Women in the Diaspora. University of Washington Press.
  • Erica Edwards and Robert Patterson, eds. Department of English. Black Literature, Black Leadership. Duke University Press, South Atlantic Quarterly 112.2.
  • Alessandro Fornazarri. Department of Hispanic Studies. Speculative Fictions: Chilean Culture, Economics, and the Neoliberal Transition. (Pitt Illuminations), University of Pittsburgh Press.
  • David Funder. Department of Psychology. The Personality Puzzle (6th edition). New York: W.W. Norton.
  • John M. Ganim, department of English, and Shayne A. Legassie. Cosmopolitanism and the Middle Ages. New York and London: Palgrave.
  • Weishin Gui. Department of English. National Consciousness and Literary Cosmopolitics. Ohio State U P.
  • Steven Hackel. Department of English. Junípero Serra: California’s Founding Father. Wang/Farrar,Straus and Giroux.
  • T.S. Harvey. Department of Anthropology. Welness Beyond Words: Maya Compositions of Speech and Silence in Medical Care. University of New Mexico Press.
  • Randolph Head. Department of History, co-authored with Clive H. Church. A Concise History of Switzerland. Cambridge University Press.
  • Robb Hernandez. Department of English. VIVA Records, 1970-2000: Lesbian and Gay Latino Artists of Los Angeles. Los Angeles: UCLA Chicano Studies Research Center Press.
  • David Herzberger. Department of Hispanic Studies. Organizacion de la Defensa y Control Civil de las Fuerzas Armadas en America Latina. Buenos Aires: Jorge Baudino.
  • Martin Johnson and Kevin Arceneaux. Department of Political Science. Changing Minds or Changing Channels. University of Chicago Press.
  • Augustine Kposowa. Department of Sociology. Basic Statistics for Social Research. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass/Wiley.
  • Perry Link. Department of Comparative Literature and Foreign Languages. Restless China. Rowman and Littlefield.
  • Susan Ossman. Department of Anthropology. Moving Matters: Paths of Serial Migration. Stanford University Press.
  • James Parr and Matthew Warshawsky. Department of Hispanic Studies. Don Quixote, Interdisciplinary Connections. LinguaText, Ltd.
  • Robert Patch. Department of History. Indians and the Political Economy of Colonial Central America, 1670-1810. University of Oklahoma Press.
  • Thomas C. Patterson. Department of Anthropology. Karl Marx, Anthropologist (Chinese translation). Yunnan University Press.
  • Robert Nash Parker. Department of Sociology. Alcohol and Violence: The Nature of the Relationship and the Promise of Prevention. Lexington Books.
  • Lisa Raphals. Department of Comparative Literature and Foreign Languages. Divination and Prediction in Early China and Ancient Greece. Cambridge University Press.
  • Erich H. Reck. Department of Philosophy. The Historical Turn in Analytic Philosophy. Palgrave Macmillan: London.
  • Robert Rosenthal (Co-author). Department of Psychology. Beginning Behavioral Research: A Conceptual Primer. Upper Saddle River, New Jersey: Pearson.
  • Conrad Rudolph. Department of Art History. The Mystic Ark: Hugh of Saint Victor, Art, and Thought in the Twelfth Century. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge and New York.
  • Pashaura Singh. Department of Religious Studies. Re-Imagining South Asian Religions. Leiden, NL: Brill.
  • David Swanson, Department of Sociology, co-author with Stan Smith, and Jeff Tayman. A Practioner's Guide to State and Local Population Projections. Springer.
  • Jonathan Turner. Department of Sociology. Contemporary Sociological Theory. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
  • Jonathan Turner. Department of Sociology. Theoretical Sociology: A Concise Introduction to Twelve Theoretical Orientations. Newbury Park, CA: Sage.
  • Jonathan Turner, department of Sociology, with David Franks. Handbook of Neurosociology. New York: Springer.

2012

  • Catherine Allgor. Department of History. The Queen of America: Mary Cutt's Life of Dolley Madison.
  • Christopher Chase-Dunn, department of Sociology, with Salvatore Babones. Routledge Handbook of World-Systems Analysis: Theory and Research. London: Routledge.
  • Maudemarie Clark, department of Philosophy, with David Dudrick. The Soul of Nierzsche's Beyond Good and Evil. Cambridge University Press.
  • Carlos E. Cortes. Department of History. Rose Hill: An Intermarriage Before Its Time. Berkeley, CA: Heyday.
  • Carlos E. Cortes. Department of History. Multicultural America: A Multimedia Encyclopedia. Sage.
  • Carl Cranor. Department of Philosophy. Legally Poisoned: How the Law Puts Us at Risk from Toxicants. Harvard.
  • Andrea Denny-Brown. Department of English. Fashioning Change: The Trope of Clothing in High and Late Medieval England. Ohio State University Press.
  • Lan Duong. Department of Media and Cultural Studies. Treacherous Subjects: Gender, Culture and Trans-Vietnamese Feminism.
  • Erica R. Edwards. Department of English. Charisma and the Fictions of Black Leadership.
  • John Martin Fischer. Department of Philosophy. Deep Control: Essays on Free Will and Value. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • John Martin Fischer, department of Philosophy, with John Perry and Michael Bratman. Introduction to Philosophy: Classical and Contemporary Readings. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • John M. Ganim. Department of English. Arabic Translation of Medievalism and Orientalism: Three Essays on Literature, Architecture and Cultural Identity.
  • David Herzberger (Editor). Department of Hispanic Studies. La Colmena by Camilo Jose Cela. Doral (Florida): Stockcero.
  • Ray A. Kea. Department of History. A Cultural and Social History of Ghana from the Seventeenth to the Nineteenth Century. The Gold Coast in the Age of Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade, 2 Vols. The Edwin Mellen Press.
  • Juliette Levy. Department of History. The Making of a Marker: Credit, Henequen, and Notaries in Yucatan, 1850-1900.
  • Sonja Lyubomirsky. Department of Psychology. The Myths of Happiness: What Should Make You Happy, but Doesn't, What Shouldn't Make You Happy, but Does. Penguin Press.
  • Toby Miller. Department of Media and Cultural Studies. Greening the Media. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Yolanda T. Moses. Department of Anthropology. Race: Are We So Different?
  • John Perry. Department of Philosophy. The Art of Procrastination. New York, Workman Publishing Company.
  • Michele Salzman, department of History, co-translated with Michael Roberts. The Letters of Symmachus: Book 1.
  • Ivan Strenski, department of Religious Studies, translated by Zhuang Tong Li. Ershi Shiji De So Zhong Shenhua Lilun (The Twentieth Century's Four Theories of Myth). Beijing: SDX Join Publishing Company.
  • Erika Suderburg, department of Art, with Ming-Yuen S., Kathleen Ash-Bilby, Nancy Buchanan, and Derek Burrill. Resolution 3: Global Networks of Video. University of Minnesota Press.
  • David Swanson, department of Sociology, co-author with Jeff Tayman. Subnational Population Estimates. Springer B.V. Press.
  • David Swanson, department of Sociology, co-editor with Nazrul Hoque. Opportunities and Challenges for Applied Demography in the 21st Century. Springer B.V. Press.
  • David Swanson. Department of Sociology. Learning Statistics: A Manual for Sociology Students. Cognella Academic Publishing/University Readers.
  • Chikako Takeshita. Department of Women's Studies. The Global Biopolitics of the IUD: How Science Constructs Contraceptive Users and Women's Bodies. MIT Press.
  • Clifford Trafzer, department of History, co-edited with Matthew Sakiestewa Gilbert and Lorene Sisquoc. The Indian School on Magnolia Avenue: Voices and Images from Sherman Institute.
  • Jonathan Turner. Department of Sociology. Theoretical Principals of Sociology Volume III: Mesodynamics. New York: Springer.
  • Sherryl Vint. Department of English. The Wire. TV Milestones Series. Wayne State University Press.
  • Margie Waller (co-author, co-edit). Department of Women's Studies. Postcolonial Cinema Studies. Routledge.
  • Howard Wettstein. Department of Philosophy. The Significance of Religious Experience. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Larry Wright. Department of Philosophy. 2nd Edition, Critical Thinking.
  • Yenna Wu, department of Comparative Literature & Foreign Languages, co-edited with Phillip F. William. The Thought of Remolding Campaign of the Chinese Communist Party-State. Amsterdam University Press.

2011

  • Steven Axelrod. Department of Anthropology. New Anthology of American Poetry, Volume 3. Rutgers University Press.
  • David Biggs. Department of History. Quagmire: Nation-Building and Nature in the Mekong Delta. University of Washington. Winner of 2012 George Perkins Marsh Prize in Environmental History.
  • John Briggs (Contributer). Department of English. Souls with Longing: Representation of Honor and Love in Shakespeare. Lexington Books.
  • Edward T. Chang. Department of Ethnic Studies. Unsung Hero: The Colonel Young Oak Kim Story. The Young Oak Kim Center for Korean American Studies, UC Riverside.
  • Marcell Chauvet (coauthor). Department of Economics. Financial Aggregation and Index Number Theory: Implication for Monetary Policy and Financial Modeling, A Survey. World Scientific.
  • Lucille Chia, department of History, and Hilde DeWeerdt. Knowledge and Text Production in an Age of Print: China 900-1400. Leiden: Brill Academic Publishers.
  • Carl Cranor. Department of Philosophy. Legally Poisoned: How the Law Puts Us at Risk from Toxicants. Harvard University Press.
  • Françoise Foster-Hahn (co-ed). Department of Art History. Max Liebermann and International Modernism: An Artist's Career From Empire to Third Reich. Berghahn Books.
  • Howard Friedman. Department of Psychology. The Longevity Project: Surprising Discoveries for Health and Long Life from the Landmark Eight-Decade Study. Hudson Street Press.
  • Sherine Hafez. Department of Women's Studies. An Islam of Her Own: Reconsidering Religion and Secularism in Women’s Islamic Movements. New York University Press.
  • George Haggerty. Department of English. Horace Walpole's Letters: Masculinity and Friendship in the Eighteenth-Century. Bucknell University Press.
  • David Herzberger. Department of Hispanic Studies. A Companion to Javier Maredas. Woodbridge (England): Tamesis.
  • Kelly Jeong. Department of Comparative Literature & Foreign Languages. Crisis of Gender and the Nation in Korean Literature and Cinema: Modernity Arrives Again. Lexington Books.
  • Alfredo Mirande. Department of Sociology. Rascuache Lawyer: Toward a Theory of Ordinary Litigation. University of Arizona Press.
  • James A. Parr. Department of Hispanic Studies. La Lengua de Cervantes: Diccionario de la Lengua Castellana de el Ingenioso Hidalgo don Quijote de la Mancha. Barcelona: El Serval.
  • Thomas C. Patterson. Department of Anthropology. Marx's Ghost: Conversations with Archaelogists (Chinese translation). Beijing, PRC: Social Science Academic Press.
  • John Perry, department of Philosophy, with Kepa Korta. Critical Pragmatics. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • John Perry. Department of Philosophy. A Guide to Effective Dawdling, Lollygagging and Postponing. Stanford: CSLI Publications.
  • Michelle H. Raheja. Department of English. Reservation Reelism: Redfacing, Visual Sovereignty, and Representations of Native Americans in Film. University of Nebraska Press. Winner of the First Annual Emory Elliott Book Award.
  • Ellen Reese. Department of Sociology. They Say Cutback, We Say Fightback! Welfare Activism in an Era of Retrenchment. New York: American Sociological Association Rose Series/Russell Sage.
  • Eric Schwitzgebel. Department of Philosophy. Perplexities of Consciousness. MIT Press.
  • Pashaura Singh. Department of Religious Studies. Sikhism in Global Context. Oxford and New York: Oxford University Press.
  • David Swanson, department of Sociology, co-author with Paula Walashek. CEMAF as a Census Method: A Proposal for a Re-designed Census and an Independent Census Bureau. Springer B.V. Press.
  • David Swanson, department of Sociology, co-author with Dean Judson. Estimating Characteristics of the Foreign-Born by Legal Status: An Evaluation of Data and Methods. Springer B.V. Press.
  • Jonathan Turner. Department of Sociology. The Problem with Emotions in Societies. London and New York: Routledge.
  • Yenna Wu, department of Comparative Literature & Foreign Languages, edited with Simona Livescu. Human Rights, Suffering, and Aesthetics in Political Prison Literature. The Rowman and Littlefield Publishing Group.

2010

  • Wendy Ashmore. Department of Anthropology, with Dorothy Lippert, and Barbara Mills, eds., Voices in American Archaeology. SAA Press.
  • Wendy Ashmore, department of Anthropology,  with Robert Sharer, Discovering Our Past: A Brief Introduction to Archaeology, 5th edition. McGraw-Hill Publishers.
  • Reza Aslan. Department of Creative Writing. Beyond Fundamentalism: Confronting Religious Extremism in the Globalized Age. Random House.
  • Benjamin Bishin. Department of Political Science. Tyranny of the Minority: The Subconstituency Politics Theory of Representation. Papaerback edition, Temple University Press.
  • Amalia Cabezas, department of Women's Studies, with Yvette Hernandez-Torres, Sara Johnson, Rodrigo Lazo, (eds.) Una ventana a Cuba y los Estudios cubanos/A Window into Cuba and Cuban Studies. Ediciones Callejon.
  • Robin DiMatteo, department of Psychology, with Leslie R. Martin and Kelly B. Haskard-Zolnierek, Health Behavior Change and Treatment Adherence:  Evidence-Based Guidelines for Improving Healthcare. Oxford University Press.
  • D.C. Funder. Department of Psychology. The Personality Puzzle (5th ed.). New York: Norton.
  • D.C. Funder & D.J. Ozer (Eds). Department of Psychology. Pieces of the Personality Puzzle: Readings in Theory and Research. New York: Norton.
  • Christine Gailey. Department of Anthropology and Women’s Studies.  Blue-Ribbon Babies and Labors of Love: Race, Class, and Gender in U. S. Adoption Practice. University of Texas Press.
  • Ann Goldberg. Department of History. Honor, Politics, and the Law in Imperial Germany, 1871-1914. Cambridge University Press.
  • Katja Guenther. Department of Sociology. Making Their Place: Feminism After Socialism in Eastern Germany. Stanford University Press.
  • Juan Felipe Herrera. Department of Creative Writing. Los Vampiros de Whittier Boulevard. Sur Editiones.
  • Michael Jaime-Becerra. Department of Creative Writing. This Time Tomorrow: A Novel. Thomas Dunne Books.
  • Jodi Kim. Department of Ethnic Studies. Ends of Empire: Asian American Critique and the Cold War. University of Minnesota Press.
  • Juliet McMullin. Department of Anthropology. The Healthy Ancestor: Embodied Inequality and the Revitalization of Native Hawai’ian Health. Advances in Critical Medical Anthropology. Left Coast Press.
  • Toby Miller. Department of Media and Cultural Studies. Television
 Studies: The Basics. Routledge.
  • Thomas C. Patterson. Department of Anthropology. Karl Marx, Anthropologist. (Berg Publishers, 2009 print edition; 2010, electronic edition).
  • Andrews Reath, department of Philosophy, with Jens Timmermann, eds.Kant's Critique of Practical Reason: A Critical Guide. Cambridge University Press.
  • Larry Rosenblum. Department of Psychology. See What I'm Saying:  The Extraordinary Powers of Our Five Senses. W. W. Norton & Company.
  • Setsu Shigematsu, department of Media and Cultural Studies, with Keith Camacho (eds.), Militarized Currents: Towards a Decolonized Future in Asia and the Pacific. University of Minnesota Press. 
  • Maurya Simon. Department of Creative Writing. The Raindrop's Gospel: The Trials of St. Jerome and St. Paula. Elixir Press.
  • Stanley Stewart. Department of English. Shakespeare and Philosophy. Routledge.
  • Stanley Stewart. Department of English. Caped Crusaders 101: Composition Through Comic Books, 2nd ed. McFarland.
  • Ivan Strenski. Department of Religious Studies. Why Politics Can't Be Freed from Religion: Radical Interrogations of Religion, Power and Politics. Blackwell.
  • Ivan Strenski. Department of Religious Studies. Émile Durkheim. Ashgate Publishers.

2009:

  • Muhamad Ali. Department of Religious Studies. Bridging Islam and the West: An Indonesian View. Penerbit Ushul Press.
  • Susan Antebi. Department of Hispanic Studies. Carnal Inscriptions: Spanish American Narratives of Corporeal Difference and Disability. Palgrave-Macmillan.
  • Reza Aslan. Department of Creative Writing. How to Win a Cosmic War: God, Globalization and the End of the War on Terror. Random House.
  • Benjamin Bishin. Department of Political Science. Tyranny of the Minority: The Subconstituency Politics Theory of Representation. Temple University Press.
  • Steven Brint, department of Sociology, with Jean Reith Schroedel Evangelicals and Democracy in America, vol. 1: Religion and Society. Russell Sage Foundation Press.
  • Steven Brint, department of Sociology, with Jean Reith Schroedel (eds.) Evangelicals and Democracy in America, vol. 2: Religion and Politics. Russell Sage Foundation Press.
  • Scott Brooks. Department of Sociology. Black Men Can't Shoot. University of Chicago.
  • Peter J. Burke and Jan E. Stets. Department of Sociology. Identity Theory. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Amalia Cabezas. Department of Gender and Sexuality Studies. Economies of Desire: Sex and Tourism in Cuba and the Dominican Republic. Temple University Press.
  • Ruth Chao, Department of Psychology, with Nancy E. Hill (eds.), Families Schools and the Adolescent: Connecting Research, Policy and Practice. Teachers College Press.
  • Joseph Childers, department of English and Stephen Cullenberg, department of Economics, with Jack Amariglio (eds.). Sublime Economy: On the Intersection of Art and Economics. Routledge.
  • Walter A. Clark, department of Music, with Luisa Morales, eds.  Antes de Iberia:  de Masarnau a Albéniz.  Garrucha, Almería: Asociación Cultural LEAL.
  • Derick Fay, department of Anthropology, with Deborah James (eds.). The Rights and Wrongs of Land Restitution: 'Restoring What was Ours'. Routledge-Cavendish.
  • John Fischer. Department of Philosophy. Our Stories: Essays on Life, Death, and Free Will. Oxford University Press.
  • Tracy Fisher, department of Gender and Sexuality Studies, with Kia Lilly Caldwell, Kathleen Coll, Renya Ramirez and Lok Siu (eds.) Gendered Citizenships: Transnational Perspectives on Knowledge Production, Political Activism, and Culture. Palgrave Macmillan.
  • D.C. Funder. Department of Psychology. The Personality Puzzle (Chinese Edition). Beijing: Beijing World Publishing Corporation.
  • Mason Gaffney. Department of Economics. After the Crash: Designing a Depression-Free Economy. Wiley-Blackwell.
  • Mason Gaffney. Department of Economics. The Hidden Taxable Capacity of Land: Enough and to Spare. I.A. Books.
  • Paul Hoffman. Department of Philosophy. Essays on Descartes. Oxford University Press.
  • Jennifer Hughes. Department of Religious Studies. Biography of a Mexican Crucifix: Lived Religion and Local Faith from the Conquest to the Present. Oxford University Press.
  • Erith Jaffe-Berg. Department of Theatre. The Multilingual Art of Commedia dell'Arte. Legas Publishing
  • Dale Kent. Department of History. Friendship, Love and Trust in Renaissance Florence. Harvard University Press.
  • David B. Kronenfeld, Department of Anthropology. Fanti Kinship and the Analysis of Kinship Terminologies. University of Illinois Press.
  • Laila Lalami. Department of Creative Writing. Secret Son. Algonquin Books.
  • John Christian Laursen, department of Political Science, with J. Maia Neto and G. Paganini, (eds.), Skepticism in the Modern Age. Brill.
  • Perry Link. Department of Comparative Literature and Foreign Languages (ed.) The Scholar's Mind: Essays
    in Honor of F.W. Mote
    . Chinese University of Hong Kong Press.
  • Margherita Long. Department of Comparative Literature and Foreign Languages. This Perversion Called Love: Reading Tanizaki, Feminist Theory, and Freud. Stanford University Press.
  • Rene T.A. Lysloff. Department of Music. Srikandhi Dances Lengger: A Performance of Music and Shadow Theater in Central Java. KITLV Press.
  • Juliet McMullin, Department of Anthropology with Diane Weiner. Confronting Cancer: Metaphors, Advocacy, and Anthropology. School for Advanced Research Press.
  • John Medearis. Department of Political Science. Joseph A. Schumpeter. Continuum Press.
  • Georg Michels, department of History, with Robert L. Nichols, eds., Russia’s Dissident Old Believers 1650-1950, Vol. XIX of Minnesota Mediterranean and East European Monographs). Modern Greek Studies, University of Minnesota.
  • Toby Miller (ed.) Department of Media and Cultural Studies. The Contemporary Hollywood Reader. Routledge.
  • Kristoffer Neville. Department of History of Art. Nicodemus Tessin the Elder: Architecture in Sweden in the Age of Greatness. Turnhout.
  • Prasanta K. Pattanaik, Department of Economics with Paul Anand and Clemens Puppe (eds.). The Handbook of Rational and Social Choice. Oxford University Press.
  • Thomas C. Patterson, department of Anthropology, with Charles E. Orser, Jr., eds., Foundations of Social Archaeology: Selected Writings of V. Gordon Childe.  Sahoi Pyoungnon Publishing Company, Korean translation.
  • Thomas Patterson. Department of Anthropology Karl Mark. Anthropologist. Berg Publishing.
  • Victoria Patterson. Department of Creative Writing. Drift: Stories. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.
  • Freya Schiwy. Department of Media and Cultural Studies. Indianizing Film. Decolonization, the Andes, and the Question of Technology. Rutgers University Press.
  • Christina Schwenkel. Department of Anthropology. The American War in Contemporary Vietnam: Transnational Remembrance and Representation. Indiana University Press.
  • Sterling Stuckey. Department of History. African Culture and Melville's Art: The Creative Process in Benito Cereno and Moby-Dick. Oxford University Press.
  • Clifford Trafzer, department of History, with Robert McCoy, Forgotten Voices:  Death Records of the Yakama, 1888-1964. The Scarecrow Press.
  • Clifford Trafzer, department of History, with National Museum of the American Indian (eds.), American Indians, American Presidents: A History. Harper Collins.
  • Jonathan Walton. Department of Religious Studies. Watch This: The Ethics and Aesthetics of Black Televangelism. New York University Press.
  • Ray Williams. Department of Hispanic Studies. A Companion to Gabriel Garcia Márquez. Boydell & Brewer.

2008:

  • Edna Bonacich, department of Sociology with Jake B. Wilson, Getting the Goods: Ports, Labor and the Logistics Revolution. Cornell University Press.
  • Jayna Brown. Department of Ethnic Studies. Babylon Girls: Black Women Performers and the Shaping of the Modern. Duke University Press.
  • Christopher Buckley, department of Creative Writing with Gary Young (eds.), Bear Flag Republic:†Prose Poems and Poetics from California. Alcatraz Editions.
  • Derek A. Burrill. Department of Dance. Die Tryin’: Videogames, Masculinity, Culture.  Peter Lang.
  • Stefan Chrissanthos. Department of History. Warfare in the Ancient World: From the Bronze Age to the Fall of Rome. Praeger Publishers.
  • Alba Cruz-Hacker. Department of Creative Writing. No Honey for Wild Beasts. Plain View Press.
  • Howard S. Friedman, department of Psychology with M.W. Schustack, The Personality Reader, Allyn & Bacon.
  • John M. Ganim. Department of English, Medievalism and Orientalism, Palgrave MacMillan.
  • Nancy G. Guerra, department of Psychology with Robert D. Hugo and Paul Boxer, Treating the Juvenile Offender. Guilford Publications.
  • Heidi Brayman Hackel, department of English, with Catherine E. Kelly, (eds.)  Reading Women: Literacy, Authorship, and Culture in the Atlantic World, 1500-1800.  University of Pennsylvania Press.
  • Randolph Head. Department of History. Jenatsch's Axe: Social Boundaries, Identity, and Myth in the Era of the Thirty Years' War. University of Rochester Press.
  • Juan Felipe Herrera. Department of Creative Writing. Half the World in Light: New and Selected Poems. University of Arizona Press. Co-winner of the 2008 National Book Critics Circle Award for Poetry
  • Tofigh Heidarzadeh. Department of History. A History of Physical Theories of Comets, from Aristotle to Whipple. Springer Verlag.
  • Anthea Kraut. Department of Dance. Choreographing the Folk: The Dance Stagings of Zora Neale Hurston. University of Minnesota Press.
  • David B. Kronenfeld. Department of Anthropology. Culture, Society, and Cognition: Collective Goals, Values, Action, and Knowledge. Mouton Series in Pragmatics: Mouton de Gruyter [Walter de Gruyter].
  • Judy Kronenfeld. Department of Creative Writing. Light Lowering in Diminished Sevenths. Litchfield Review Press.
  • Tim Labor. Department of Music. Escape from Ga-'Tyr. Outlaw Press.
  • Anthony Macias. Department of Ethnic Studies. Mexican American Mojo: Popular Music, Dance, and Urban Culture in Los Angeles, 1935-1968. Duke University Press.
  • Justin McDaniel. Department of Religious Studies. Gathering Leaves and Lifting Words. University of Washington Press.
  • Molly McGarry. Department of History. Ghosts of Futures Past: Spiritualism and the Cultural Politics of Nineteenth-Century America. University of California Press.
  • Toby Miller. Department of Media and Cultural Studies. Makeover Nation: The United States of Reinvention. Ohio State University Press.
  • Armando Navarro. Department of Ethnic Studies. The Immigration Crisis: Nativism, Armed Vigilantism, and the Rise of a Countervailing Movement. Altamira Press.
  • Sally Ann Ness, department of Anthropology, with Carrie Noland (eds.), Migrations of Gesture. University of Minnesota Press.
  • Robert Nash Parker, department of Sociology, with Emily K. Asencio. GIS and Spatial Analysis for the Social Sciences: Coding, Mapping, and Modeling. Routledge Press.
  • Prasanta K. Pattanaik, department of Economics, with Koichi Tadenuma. Yongsheng Xu, and Naoki Yoshihara (eds.), Rational Choice and Social Welfare. Springer.
  • Kim Dzung Pham. Department of Comparative Literature and Foreign Languages. Vietnamese: an Introductory Reader. Institute of Vietnamese Studies and UC Riverside SEATRiP.
  • S. Karthick Ramakrishnan. Department of Political Science with Irene Bloemraad (eds.). Civic Hopes and Political Realities: Immigrants, Community Organizations and Political Engagement. Russell Sage.
  • Robert Rosenthal, department of Psychology, with R.L. Rosnow, Essentials of behavioral research: Methods and data analysis (3rd ed.) McGraw-Hill.
  • Robert Rosenthal, department of Psychology, with R.L. Rosnow, Beginning behavioral research: a conceptual primer (6th ed.) Pearson Prentice Hall.
  • Maurya Simon. Department of Creative Writing. Cartographies, Red Hen Press.
  • Tyler Stallings, Gabriela LeÛn: Sunday Walk to the ZÛcalo of Oaxaca, UCR Sweeney Art Gallery publication.
  • Ivan Strenski. Department of Religious Studies. Louis Dumont and the Study of Religion: Difference, Comparison, Transgression. Equinox Press.
  • David Swanson, department of Sociology, with Steve Murdock, (eds.) 2008. Applied Demography in the 21st Century. Springer.
  • Jonathan H. Turner and Alexandra Maryanski. Department of Sociology. On The Origins of Societies by Natural Selection. Paradigm Press.
  • Jane Ward. Department of Gender and Sexuality Studies. Respectably Queer: Diversity Culture in LGBT Activist Organizations. Vanderbilt University Press.
  • Yenna Wu, department of Comparative Literature and Foreign Languages, with Qian He and Ying Petersen, Me and China.  McGraw-Hill.
  • Susan Zieger. Department of English. Inventing the Addict: Drugs, Race, and Sexuality in Nineteenth-Century British and American Literature. University of Massachusetts Press.

2007:

  • Chris Abani. Department of Creative Writing. Song for Night published by Akashic, NY.
  • Chris Abani. Department of Creative Writing. The Virgin of Flames. Penguin.
  • Byron Adams (ed.). Department of Music . Edward Elgar and His World. Princeton University Press.
  • Gayle Brandeis. Department of Creative Writing. Self Storage. Ballantine (paperback edition, 2008).
  • Amalia Cabezas, department of Gender and Sexuality Studies, Ellen Reese, department of Sociology and Marguerite Waller, departments of Comparative Literature and Gender and Sexuality Studies (eds.). The Wages of Empire: Neoliberal Policies, Repression, and Women's Poverty. Paradigm Publishers.
  • Christopher Chase-Dunn, department of Sociology, Ellen Reese, department of Sociology with others. Global Democracy and World Social Forums. Paradigm Publishers.
  • Joseph Childers, department of English, with James Buzard and Eileen Gillooly (eds.). Victorian Prism: Refractions of the Crystal Palace. University of Virginia Press.
  • Andrea Denny-Brown, department of English, with Lisa H. Cooper (eds.). Lydgate Matters: Poetry and Material Culture in the Fifteenth Century. Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Emory Elliott, department of English, with Jasmine Payne and Patricia Ploesch (eds.). Global Migration, Social Change, and Cultural Transformation. Palgrave, MacMillan.
  • Charles Evered. Department of Theatre. Adopt a Sailor. Broadway Play Publishing Inc.
  • John Martin Fischer. Department of Philosophy. My Way: Essays on Moral Responsibility. Oxford University Press.
  • John Martin Fischer, department of Philosophy with John Perry and Michael Bratman, (eds). Introduction to Philosophy: Classical and Contemporary Readings (4th edition) Oxford University Press.
  • John Martin Fischer, department of Philosophy, with Robert Kane, Derk Pereboom, and Manuel Vargas. Four Views on Free Will, Blackwell Publishers.
  • Françoise Forster-Hahn. Department of Art History. Max Beckmann in Kalifornien. Exil, Erinnerung und Erneuerung. Deutscher Kunstverlag.
  • Howard S. Friedman, department of Psychology, with R.C. Silver, (eds.). Foundations of Health Psychology Oxford University Press.
  • Mason Gaffney. Department of Economics. New Life in Old Cities, The Robert Schalkenbach Foundation.
  • George E. Haggerty, department of English, and Molly McGarry (eds.). A Companion to LGBT/Q Studies. Blackwell Publishing, Inc.
  • Juan Felipe Herrera. Department of Creative Writing. 187 Reasons Mexicanos Can't Cross the Border, City Lights.
  • Liz Kotz. Department of the History of Art. Words to Be Looked At: Language in 1960s Art, MIT Press.
  • Rebecca (Monte) Kugel, department of History, with Lucy Elderveld Murphy (eds.). Native Women’s History in Eastern North America before 1900: A Guide to Research and Writing, University of Nebraska Press.
  • John Christian Laursen, department of Political Science, with Hans Blom and Luisa Simonutti (eds.). Monarchisms in the Age of Enlightenment: Liberty, Patriotism, and the Common Good. University of Toronto Press.
  • Sonya Lyubomirsky. Department of Psychology. The How of Happiness: A Scientific Approach to Getting the Life You Want. The Penguin Press.
  • Toby Miller. Department of Media and Cultural Studies. Cultural Citizenship: Cosmopolitanism, Consumerism, and Television in†a Neoliberal Age. Temple University Press.
  • Yolanda Moses, department of Anthropology, with Carol C. Mukhopadhyay and Rosemary Henze. How Real is Race: A Sourcebook on Race, Culture and Biology. Rowman and Littlefield.
  • Susan Ossman. Department of Anthropology. The Places We Share: Migration, Subjectivity and Global Mobility. Lexington Press.
  • Jonathan Ritter, department of Music, with J. Martin Daughtry (eds.). Music in the Post-9/11 World, Routledge.
  • Eric Schwitzgebel, department of Philosophy, with Russell T. Hurlburt. Describing Inner Experience? Proponent Meets Skeptic, MIT Press.
  • Jacqueline Shea Murphy. Department of Dance. “The People Have Never Stopped Dancing”: Native American Modern Dance Histories. University of Minnesota Press.
  • Susan Straight. Department of Creative Writing. The Friskative Dog.  Knopf.
  • Jonathan H. Turner. Department of Sociology. Human Emotions: A Sociological Theory. Routledge.
  • Georgia Warnke. Department of Philosophy. After Identity: Rethinking Race, sex and Gender, Cambridge University Press.
  • Raymond Williams. Department of Hispanic Studies. The Latin American Novel, 1945-Present, Columbia University Press.

2006:

  • Chris Abani. Department of Creative Writing. Becoming Abigail by Chris Abani. New York: Akashic Books.
  • Chris Abani. Department of Creative Writing. Hands Washing Water, Copper Canyon Press.
  • Adalberto Aguirre Jr., Jonathan H. Turner. American Ethnicity: The Dynamics and Consequences of Discrimination, 5th Edition.
  • Catherine Allgor. Department of History. A Perfect Union: Dolley Madison and the Creation of the American Nation, Henry Holt and Co.
  • Richard Arnott, department of Economics, with D. McMillen (eds.). Blackwell Companion to Urban Economics. Blackwell Press.
  • Alicia Arrizon. Queering Mestizaje: Transculturation and Performance, University of Michigan Press.
  • Reza Aslan. Department of Creative Writing. No god but God: The Origins, Evolution, and Future of Islam, Random House.
  • Peter J. Burke. Department of Sociology. Contemporary Social Psychological Theories.
  • Christopher Chase-Dunn. Department of Sociology. Global Social Change: Historical and Comparative Perspectives. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.
  • Walter Aaron Clark. Department of Music. Enrique Granados: Poet of the Piano. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Carl F Cranor. Toxic Torts Science, Law and The Possibility Of Justice Philosophy. New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Stephen Cullenberg, department of Economics, and James K. Boyce, et al. Human Development in the Era of Globalization. Northhampton, MA: Edward Edgar Publishing.
  • Stephen Cullenberg, department of Economics, and Prasanta K. Pattanaik, department of Economics, with James K. Boyce and Robert Pollin (eds.) Human Development in the Era of Globalization: Essays in Honor of Keith B. Griffin, Edward Elgin Publishing.
  • John Divola, Professor of Art, with an essay by David Campany and interview by Jan Tamir: Three Acts. New York: Aperture.
  • Jennifer Doyle. Department of English. Sex Objects - Art and the Dialectics of Desire. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.
  • John Martin Fischer. Department of Philosophy. My Way: Essays on Moral Responsibility. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Howard S. Friedman, department of Psychology, with M.W. Schustack, M. W., Personality: Classic Theories and Modern Research, Allyn & Bacon.
  • Juan Herrera. Department of Creative Writing. Cinnamon Girl: Letters Found Inside a Cereal Box. New York, NY: HarperCollins Publishers.
  • Laila Lalami. Department of Creative Writing. Hope and Other Dangerous Pursuits, Harvest Books.
  • John C. Laursen, department of Political Science, Denis Veixas, and Cyrus Masroori. The History of the Sevarambians: A Utopian Novel. Albany: State University of New York Press.
  • David Pion-Berlin, department of Political Science, and Edward Epstein. Broken Promises?: The Argentine Crisis and Argentine Democracy. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books.
  • S. Karthick Ramakrishnan. Department of Political Science. Transforming Politics, Transforming America: The Political and Civic Incorporation of Immigrants in the United States. Charlottesville, VA: University of Virginia Press.
  • Andrews Reath. Department of Philosophy. Agency and Autonomy in Kant's Moral Theory. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Dylan Rodriguez. Forced Passages: Imprisioned Radical Intellectuals and the U.S. Prison Regime. Minneapolis, MN: University Press.
  • Conrad Rudolph. Department of the History of Art. A Companion to Medieval Art: Romanesque and Gothic in Northern Europe. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
  • Pashaura Singh. Life and Work of Guru Arjan. New Delhi, India: Oxford University Press.
  • Jan E. Stets and Jonathan H. Turner. Handbook of the Sociology of Emotions.
  • Susan Straight. Department of Creative Writing. A Million Nightingales. New York: Pantheon Books.
  • Stanley Stewart. Caped Crusaders 101, Composition through Comic Books.
  • Ben Stoltzfus. The Target. Cranbury, NJ.: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press.
  • Richard Sutch, Department of Economics and Susan B. Carter Department of Economics, (eds.) Historical Statistics of the United States, Millennial Edition, Cambridge University Press.
  • Anne H. Sutherland. The Robertsons, the Sutherlands, and the Making of Texas. College Station, TX: Texas A&M University Press.
  • Kiril Tomoff. Creative Union: The Professional Organization of Soviet Composers, 1939-1959, Ithaca and London: Cornell University Press.
  • Richard Sutch, department of Economics, and Susan B. Carter, department of Economics, (eds.) Historical Statistics of the United States, Millennial Edition, Cambridge University Press.
  • Jonathan H. Turner, Leonard Beeghley, and Charles Powers, The Emergence of Sociological Theory, 6th Edition.
  • John B. Vickery. The Modern Elegiac Temper. Louisiana: Louisiana State University Press.
  • Yenna Wu, department of Comparative Literature and Foreign Languages, with Philip F. Williams (eds.). Remolding and Resistance Among Writers of the Chinese Prison Camps: Disciplined and Published. New York: Routledge.
  • Dwight Yates. Bring Everybody: Stories. Amherst and Boston: University of Massachusetts Press.

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