USU faculty academic books published in 2010

Christine F. Cooper-Romato (English)

The Gift of Tongues: Women’s Xenoglossia in the Later Middle Ages, Pennsylvania State University Press.

David F. Lancy (Anthropology)

The Anthropology of Learning in Childhood, AltaMira Press.

Janis L. Boettinger (Plants, Soils & Climate)

Digital Soil Mapping: Bridging Research, Production, and Environmental Application, Springer.

Lawrence Culver (History)

The Frontier of Leisure: Southern California and the Shaping of Modern America, Oxford.



James W. Altschuld and J. N. Eastmond, Jr. (Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences) 

Needs Assessment Phase 1: Getting Started, Sage.

Robert Cole (History) 

Propaganda and War, 1939-1945, Lambert Academic Publishing.

Paul Crumbley (English)

Winds of Will: Emily Dickinson and the Sovereignty of Democratic Thought, University of Alabama Press.

Barry M. Franklin (School of Teacher Education and Leadership)

Curriculum, Community, and Urban School Reform, Palgrave.

Patricia Gantt and Paul Crumbley, editors (English)

Student’s Encyclopedia of Great American Writers, 5 volumes, Facts on File.

John Gilbert (Economics & Finance)

New Developments in Computable General Equilibrium Analysis for Trade Policy, Emerald Group.

Ronald Gillam (Communicative Disorders and Deaf Education)

Communication Sciences and Disorders: From Science to Clinical Practice, Jones & Bartlett.

Shane Graham, editor (English)

Langston Hughes and the South African Drum Generation: The Correspondence, Palgrave.

Douglas Jackson-Smith (Sociology)

Toward Sustainable Agricultural Systems in the 21st Century, National Academies Press.

Susanne U. Janecke and Tammy M. Rittenour (Geology)

High Geologic Slip Rates Since Early Pleistocene Initiation of the San Jacinto and San Felipe Faulty Zones in the San Andreas Fault System, Southern California, USA, Geological Society of America.

Norman Jones, co-editor (History)

The Elizabethan World, Routledge.

Joyce Kinkead (English)

Undergraduate Research in English Studies, National Council of Teachers of English.

Gregory J. Madden (Psychology)

Impulsivity: The Behavioral and Neurological Science of Discounting, American Psychological Association.

Patricia Moyer-Packenham (School of Teacher Education and Leadership)

Teaching Mathematics with Virtual Manipulatives, Didax.

Thorana S. Nelson, editor (Family, Consumer and Human Development)

Doing Something Different: Solution-Focused Brief Therapy, Routledge.

Patricio R. Ortiz (School of Teacher Education and Leadership)

Indigenous Knowledge, Education, and Ethnic Identity: An Ethnography of an Intercultural Bilingual Education Program in a Mapuche School in Chile, VDM-Verlag.

Anthony A. Peacock (Political Science)

Freedom and the Rule of Law, Lexington Books.

Anthony A. Peacock (Political Science)

How to Read the Federalist Papers, Heritage Foundation.

Warren F. Phillips (Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering)

Mechanics of Flight, Wiley.

Kathleen W. Piercy (Family, Consumer and Human Development)

Working With Aging Families: Therapeutic Solutions for Caregivers, Spouses, and Adult Children, W.W. Norton.

D. Ray Reutzel (School of Teacher Education and Leadership)

Revisiting Silent Reading: New Directions for Teachers and Researchers, International Reading Association.

H. Charles Romesburg (Environment & Society)

Best Research Practices: How to Gain Reliable Knowledge,

Leonard N. Rosenband, co-editor (History)

Reconceptualizing the Industrial Revolution, MIT Press.

Lindsey Shirley (Agricultural Systems Technology and Education)

Leadership and the Family and Consumer Sciences Classroom: Challenging Junior High Students to Take Action in Their Community, Lambert Academic Publishing.

Steven Simms (Anthropology)

Traces of Fremont: Society and Rock Art in Ancient Utah, University of Utah Press.

Linda Skogrand (Family, Consumer and Human Development)

Marriages and Families: Intimacy, Diversity, and Strengths, McGraw Hill.

J. P. Spicer-Escalante (Spanish)

Au Naturel: (Re)reading Hispanic Naturalism, Cambridge Scholars.

Charles Waugh, editor (English)

Family of Fallen Leaves: Stories of Agent Orange by Vietnamese Writers, University of Georgia Press.