Publishing celebration to honor college faculty, March 22

Penn State Harrisburg faculty and staff will discuss their works published during the past year at the college’s annual Creativity, Publishing, and Book Signing Celebration on Thursday, March 22 at 3 p.m. in the Olmsted Building Gallery Lounge. 

Open to the public, the event will honor college community members and their collaborators whose recent works include publications on art, politics, education, culture and diversity.

The event is hosted by the Office of Research and Outreach.

Individuals to be honored are listed below. Members of the Penn State Harrisburg faculty are in bold.

Jane L. Kanarek, Marjorie Lehman, and Simon Bronner, Editors
“Mothers in the Jewish Cultural Imagination: Jewish Cultural Studies Volume 5”
Liverpool University Press/Littman, 2017

Anthony Bak Buccitelli, Editor
“Race and Ethnicity in Digital Culture: Our Changing Traditions, Impressions, and Expressions in a Mediated World,” Volume 1
Praeger, 2017

Anne S. Douds and Eileen M. Ahlin
Rethinking America’s Correctional Policies: Commonsense Choices from Uncommon Voices
Lexington Books, 2017

Jen Hirt and Tina Mitchell
“Kept Secret: The Half-Truth in Nonfiction”
Michigan State University Press, 2017

Charles Kupfer
“Something Magic: The Baltimore Orioles, 1979-1983”
McFarland, 2018

Linda Null and Julia Lobur
“The Essentials of Computer Organization and Architecture,” 5th Edition
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2019

Marie N. Pareja
“Monkey and Ape Iconography in Aegean Art”
Astrom Editions, 2017

Steven A. Peterson and Albert Somit, Editors
“Handbook of Biology and Politics”
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2017

Deborah Blackman, Michael O’Donnell, and Stephen T.T. Teo, Editors
Bing Ran and Stephen T.T. Teo, Series Editors
“Contemporary Perspectives in Human Capital and Development. Human Capital Management Research: Influencing practice and process”
Information Age Publishing, 2017

Bing Ran, Editor
“Contemporary Perspectives on Technological Innovation, Management, and Policy. Technological Innovation Networks: Collaboration and Partnership”
Information Age Publishing, 2017

Jennifer Schally
“Legitimizing Corporate Harm: The Discourse of Contemporary Agribusiness”
Palgrave, 2018

Sherri L. Brown: Carol Senf and Ellen J. Stockstill,
“A Research Guide to Gothic Literature in English”
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, 2018

Isar Mostafanezhad, Olga Boric-Lubecke, and Jenshan Lin, Editors
Moahmmad-Reza Tofighi, Chapter author
“Medical and Biologicial Microwave Sensors and Systems (The Cambridge RF and Microwave Engineering Series),” 1st Edition
Cambridge University Press, 2018

Richard R. Young, Gary A. Gordon, and Jeremy F. Plant
“Railway Security: Protecting Against Manmade and Natural Disasters”
Routledge, 2018

Theatrical works:

Daniel M. Morra
“Mrs. Pavlov’s Secret”
Produced at the New Workshop Theater, Brooklyn College as part of Gi60 US Live Edition, June 8-10, 2017
“Honest Feedback” 
Produced at the New Workshop Theater, Brooklyn College as part of Gi60 US Live Edition, June 8-10, 2017
“That Is the Question” 
Produced as part of Gi60 UK Live Edition at University of Leeds, May 13, 2017