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Sarah S. Long, Larry K. Pickering, and Charles G. Prober1-1-2013
Georgia Southern University faculty member Marina Eremeeva co-authored “Principles and Practice of Pediatric Infectious Diseases (Long, Pickering, and Prober, eds.)” in the publication Principles and Practice of Pediatric Infectious Diseases.
Peter Mancall and Daniela Bleichmar6-5-2013
Georgia Southern University faculty member Robert K. Batchelor authored “Crying a Muck: Collecting, Domesticity and Anomie in Seventeenth-Century Banten and England” in the publication Collecting Across Cultures.
Quantitative Reasoning in Mathematics and Science Education: Papers from an International STEM Research Symposium
Robert L. Mayes and Larry Hatfield1-1-2013
Georgia Southern University faculty member Robert L. Mayes co-authored Quantitative Reasoning in Mathematics and Science Education: Papers from an International STEM Research Symposium
Teaching Math and Science in the Context of Energy and Climate: Building Students Quantitative Reasoning Skills and Scientific Understanding
Robert L. Mayes, J. Myers, and Mark Lyford1-1-2013
Georgia Southern University faculty member Robert L. Mayes co-authored Teaching Math and Science in the Context of Energy and Climate: Building Students Quantitative Reasoning Skills and Scientific Understanding
Brett C. McInelly8-1-2013
Georgia Southern University faculty member Jeffrey D. Burson authored “Buddhism as Caricature: China and the Legitimation of Natural Religion in the Enlightenment” in the publication Religion in the Age of Enlightenment.
Book Summary: Religion in the Age of Enlightenment (RAE) publishes scholarly examinations of (1) religion and religious attitudes and practices during the age of Enlightenment; (2) the impact of the Enlightenment on religion, religious thought, and religious experience; and (3) the ways religion informed Enlightenment ideas and values, from a range of disciplinary perspectives, including, but not limited to, history, theology, literature, philosophy, the social and physical sciences, economics, ... Read more
Wanda K. Mohr1-1-2013
Georgia Southern University faculty member Melissa K. Garno authored “Substance Abuse,” “Homeless Clients,” and “Personality Disorders” in the publication Psychiatric Mental-Health Nursing (8th Edition).
Frédéric D. Mynard, Georgia Southern University1-1-2013
Georgia Southern University faculty member Frédéric D. Mynard authored A Youtube Calculus Workbook (Part 1).
Book Summary: This book is a guide through a playlist of Calculus instructional videos. The format, level of details and rigor, and progression of topics are consistent with a semester long college level first Calculus course, or equivalently an AP Calculus AB course. The book further provides simple summary of videos, written definitions and statements, worked out examples--even though fully step-by-step solutions are to be found in the videos-- and an index. The playlist and the book are divided into 15 thematic learning modules. At ... Read more
Georgia Southern University faculty member Gerald R. Ledlow co-authored “Enterprise Systems and Information Systems” in the publication Administration of Clinical Health Systems.
Danda B. Rawat, Georgia Southern University; Bhed B. Bista, Iwate Prefectural University; and Gongjun Yan, University of Southern Indiana10-1-2013
Georgia Southern University faculty member Danda B. Rawat co-edited Security, Privacy, Trust, and Resource Management in Mobile and Wireless Communications. He co-authored the chapters “Introduction to Mobile and Wireless Communications Networks,” “Location Security in Vehicular Wireless Networks,” and “Privacy Protection in Vehicular Ad-Hoc Networks" in the publication.
Book Summary: While security is of vital importance to ensure the integrity of communications in wireless and mobile networks, most businesses which rely on these networks expect a high level of security and privacy to ensure the integrity and confidentiality of communications among terminals, networks, applications, and services.
Security, Privacy, Trust, and Resource ... Read more
Hani Samawi, Georgia Southern University; James H. Stephens, Georgia Southern University; Gerald R. Ledlow, GSU; and Ren Chunfeng1-1-2013
Leiyu Shi and James Johnson7-26-2013
Georgia Southern University faculty members Gerald R. Ledlow and James H. Stephens co-authored “Strategic Planning and Leadership” and "“Strategic Planning in Public Health” in the publication Public Health Administration: Principles for Population-Based Management.
Book Summary: Under the direction of new lead editors, Leiyu Shi and James A. Johnson, the new third edition of Public Health Administration: Principles for Population-Based Management examines the many events, advances, and challenges in the United States and the world since the publication of the prior edition of the book.
With contributions from experts in areas ranging from workforce to community-based prevention to emergency preparedness, this ... Read more
Lisa Sornberger and John Sornberger1-1-2013
Georgia Southern University faculty member Richard Flynn authored “"Like a Cactus Tree:" Growing up with Joni Mitchell's Music” in the publication Gathered Light: The Poetry of Joni Mitchell's Songs.
Elizabeth Tucker and Ellen McHale9-3-2013
Georgia Southern University faculty member Karen M. McCurdy co-authored “Employing Music in the Cause of Social Justice: Ruth Crawford Seeger and Zilphia Horton” in the publication New York State Folklife Reader: Diverse Voices.
Chapter Summary: Our chapter is included in the Resistance section of the twenty-three chapter reader for the undergraduate folklore audience. It is the only example of music or politics in the reader.
Laura E. Valeri, Georgia Southern University8-2-2013
Georgia Southern faculty member Laura E. Valeri authored Safe in Your Head.
Book Summary: A middle class Italian family finds reason to immigrate to America when Italy is threatened by the Red Brigades’ terrorist movement of the 1970s. The family patriarch manages a transfer to the United States, certain of better prospects and of a more secure future for his family, but each of the family members experiences a deeper kind of upheaval, negotiating personal losses and estrangement. A grandmother, a mother, and a granddaughter each discovers the many insidious ways in which war warps and defines life, even at ... Read more
K. Alladi and F. Garvan1-1-2012
Georgia Southern University faculty member Andrew Sills co-authored “Lecture Hall Sequences, q-series, and Asymmetric Partition Identities” in the publication Proceedings of the Conference on Partitions, q-Series, and Modular Forms, University of Florida, March 12-16, 2008, Partitions, q-series, and Modular Forms in Developments in Mathematics.
Chapter Summary: We use generalized lecture hall partitions to discover a new pair of q-series identities. These identities are unusual in that they involve partitions into parts from asymmetric residue classes, much like the little Göllnitz partition theorems. We derive a two-parameter generalization of our identities that, surprisingly, gives new analytic counterparts of the little Göllnitz ... Read more
William T. Allison, Georgia Southern University7-16-2012
Georgia Southern University faculty member William T. Allison authored My Lai: An American Atrocity in the Vietnam War.
Book Summary: On March 16, 1968, American soldiers killed as many as five hundred Vietnamese men, women, and children in a village near the South China Sea. In My Lai William Thomas Allison explores and evaluates the significance of this horrific event. How could such a thing have happened? Who (or what) should be held accountable? How do we remember this atrocity and try to apply its lessons, if any?
My Lai has fixed the attention of Americans of various political stripes ... Read more
William T. Allison, Georgia Southern University10-2-2012
Georgia Southern University faculty member William T. Allison authored The Gulf War, 1990-1991.
Book Summary: In August 1990, Saddam Hussein's Iraqi forces boldly invaded and occupied neighboring Kuwait. It was a move that shocked the world and threatened the interests of those countries, such as the USA and the nations of Europe, dependent on oil from the Middle East. The ensuing Gulf War signaled, for many, a new dawn in warfare: one based upon lethal technology, low casualties, and quick decisive victory.
Incorporating the latest scholarship, William Thomas Allison provides a concise overview of the origins, key events and legacy ... Read more
William T. Allison, Georgia Southern University; Jeffrey G. Grey, Australian Defence Force Academy; and Janet G. Valentine, US Army Command and General Staff College7-12-2012
Georgia Southern University faculty member William T. Allison co-authored American Military History: A Survey from Colonial Times to the Present alongside non-faculty members Jeffrey G. Grey and Janet G. Valentine.
Book Summary: American Military History is uniquely tailored to American military history courses. Organized chronologically, the text begins at the point of European conflict with Native Americans and concludes with military affairs in the early 21st century.
The content and style will appeal to history majors and non-majors and is designed to allow instructors flexibility in the structure of their course.
Companion Website: http://www.routledgetextbooks.com/textbooks/9780205898503/
Michael S. Bank1-1-2012
Georgia Southern University faculty member Simone M. Charles co-authored “Mercury and Environmental Justice Issues” in the publication Mercury in the Environment: Pattern and Process.
Book Summary: Mercury pollution and contamination are widespread, well documented, and continue to pose a public health concern in both developed and developing countries. In response to a growing need for understanding the cycling of this ubiquitous pollutant, the science of mercury has grown rapidly to include the fields of biogeochemistry, economics, sociology, public health, decision sciences, physics, global change, and mathematics. Only recently have scientists begun to establish a holistic approach to studying mercury pollution ... Read more
Georgia Southern University faculty member Alexander M. Stokolos co-authored “On Scientific Work of K.I.Oskolkov” in the publication PROMS
Chapter Summary: This chapter is a brief account of the life and the scientific work of K.I. Oskolkov.
Gary W. Brunette1-1-2012
Georgia Southern University faculty member Marina Eremeeva authored “Rickettsial (Spotted & typhus fevers) & related infections (Anaplasmosis & ehrlichiosis)” in the publication CDC Health Information for International Travel. The Yellow Book 2012.
Ding-Geng Chen, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill; Jianguo Sun, University of Missouri; and Karl E. Peace, Georgia Southern University7-19-2012
Georgia Southern University faculty member Karl E. Peace co-edited Interval-Censored Time-to-Event Data: Methods and Applications alongside non-faculty members Ding-Geng Chen and Jiangao Sun. He also co-authored “Bias and its Remedy in Interval Censored Time-to-Event Applications” in the publication.
Book Summary: Interval-Censored Time-to-Event Data: Methods and Applications collects the most recent techniques, models, and computational tools for interval-censored time-to-event data. Top biostatisticians from academia, biopharmaceutical industries, and government agencies discuss how these advances are impacting clinical trials and biomedical research.
Divided into three parts, the book begins with an overview of interval-censored data modeling, including nonparametric estimation, survival functions, regression analysis, ... Read more
Angus Cleghorn, Bethany Hicok, and Thomas Travisano5-1-2012
Georgia Southern University faculty member Richard Flynn authored “Words in Air: Bishhop, Lowell, and the Aesthetics of Autobiographical Poetry” in the publication Elizabeth Bishop in the 21st Century: Reading the New Editions.
Book Summary: In recent years, a series of major collections of posthumous writings by Elizabeth Bishop--one of the most widely read and discussed poets of the twentieth century--have been published, profoundly affecting how we look at her life and work. The hundreds of letters, poems, and other writings in these volumes have expanded Bishop‘s published work by well over a thousand pages and placed before the public a ... Read more
J. Andrew G. Cooper and Orrin H. Pilkey1-1-2012
Georgia Southern University faculty member Chester W. Jackson co-authored “Documenting Beach Loss in Front of Seawalls in Puerto Rico: Pitfalls of Engineering a Small Island Nation Shore” in the publication Pitfalls of Shoreline Stabilization.
Book Summary: The island of Puerto Rico is densely populated and heavily developed in some places, particularly along the shore and in coastal lowlands. Hard shoreline engineering is commonplace, even in low development density portions of the island. There are many examples of small trash revetments or cemented rock seawalls in front of individual buildings. In some cases, buildings themselves located within reach of waves and ... Read more
Kevin L. Cope and Scott Paul Gordon7-30-2012
Georgia Southern University faculty member Jeffrey D. Burson authored “Reassessing the Role of the Abbé in Enlightenment Paris” in the publication Ideas, Aesthetics, and Inquiries in the Early Modern Era, 1650-1850.