Tarleton’s College of Liberal & Fine Arts to hold faculty book signing


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STEPHENVILLE (February 18, 2015) — The College of Liberal and Fine Arts at Tarleton State University will host a Faculty Book Celebration Friday, Feb. 20 inside the City Hall at City Limits. All faculty books published in the past year will be displayed and a book signing will be held during the event.

Each of the nine faculty authors will be available from 4 to 6 p.m. to visit with guests about their recently published books and make them available for purchase. Appetizers and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided.

Featured authors and their respective books at this week’s Faculty Book Celebration include:
• Dr. Teresa Davidian, Professor and Head of the Department of Fine Arts
Tonal Counterpoint for the 21st-Century Musician: An Introduction

• Dr. Alejandro del Carmen, Professor and Director of the School of Criminology, Criminal Justice & Strategic Studies
Careers in Criminology
Introduction to Criminal Justice (2nd Edition)
Comparative Criminal Justice

• Dr. Julie Chappell, Professor of English & Languages
Women During the English Reformation: Renegotiating Gender and Religious Identity
Faultlines: One Woman’s Shifting Boundaries
Writing Texas

• Kathryn Jones-Malone, Instructor of Communication Studies and Journalism
You Might Want to Carry a Gun: Community Newspapers Expose Big Problems in Small Towns

• Dr. Michael Landis, Assistant Professor
Northern Men With Southern Loyalties: The Democratic Party and the Sectional Crisis

• Dr. Kathleen Mollick, Associate Professor of English & Languages
Global Women Leaders

• Dr. Marilyn Robitaille, Associate Professor and Director of International Programs
Her Texas: Story, Image, Poem & Song

• Dr. Janet Schmelzer, Professor of Social Sciences
Our Fighting Governor: The Life of Thomas M. Campbell and the Politics of Progressive Reform in Texas

• Dr. Marcy Tanter, Associate Professor of English & Languages
The Influence of Nineteenth-Century British Writers on Emily Dickinson: A Study of Her Library and Letters

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