Publishing celebration to honor Penn State Harrisburg faculty and staff March 21

HARRISBURG, Pa. — Penn State Harrisburg faculty and staff will discuss their works, published during the past year, at the college’s annual Celebration of Book Publishing and Artistic Accomplishments at 3 p.m. on March 21 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 justice, 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.


Jay Cole and John Haddad

  • “Beyond The Good Earth: Transnational Perspectives on Pearl S. Buck” (West Virginia University Press, 2019)

Anne S. Douds and Eileen M. Alhin

  • “The Veterans Treatment Court Movement: Striving to Serve Those Who Served” (Routledge, 2018)

Danling Fu, Xenia Hadjioannou, and Ziadi Zhou

  • “Translanguaging for Emergent Bilinguals” (Teachers College Press, 2019)

Shaun L. Gabbidon and Helen Taylor Greene

  • “Race and Crime,” 5th edition (SAGE Publications, Inc. 2018)

Sarah Conrad Gothie

  • “Damsons: An Ancient Fruit in the Modern Kitchen” (Prospect Books, London 2018)

Jen Hirt

  • “Too Many Questions About Strawberries” (Tolsun Book, LLC 2018)

Todd Mealy

  • “Glenn Killinger, All-American: Penn State's World War I Sports Hero” (McFarland & Company, Inc.  2018)

Alexander Siedschlag and Andrea Jerkovic, editors

  • “Homeland Security Cultures: Enhancing Values While Fostering Resilience” (Rowman & Littlefield International, 2018)

Hannah Spector, Robert Lake, and Tricia M. Kress, Editors

  • “Maxine Greene and the Pedagogy of Social Imagination: An Intellectual Genealogy” (Routledge, 2018)

Elizabeth J. Tisdell, Kalpana Gupta, and Kristi Archuleta

  • “Meditation and Mindfulness in Adult Education” (Wiley, 2019)

James D. Unnever, Shaun L. Gabbidon, and Cecilia Chouhy, Editors

  • “Building a Black Criminology, Volume 24: Race, Theory, and Crime (Advances in Criminological Theory)” (Routledge, 2018)

Creative Works

Daniel M. Morra

  • “Safe at Home” — A One Act Comedy in 4 Scenes, produced at the Hart County Community Theatre by special arrangement with Heartland Plays, Inc.

Art and Artists

Craig Welsh

  • “Stack Fonts” — Released by JTD Type, 2018