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2004

April 15, 2004

Dear Colleagues:

On behalf of the Office of the Provost, I am pleased to welcome you again to this seventh annual display of our collective scholarly productivity. These 35 books, produced since April of last year, once again testify to the continuing intellectual vibrancy of the St. John's University faculty in every School and College.

It is an axiom of the academy that the scholarly life of the faculty is its intellectual heart, and to thrive and grow that life must be shared, tested, discussed and celebrated. Our students deserve nothing less than classes which grow from our professional engagement with the world and with the best scholarship of our contemporaries; these books are the tools of that engagement.

To each of our current contributors, congratulations, and to all our colleagues, we look forward to honoring you next year or some year soon.

Willard Gingerich
Vice Provost
Graduate Studies and Research

 

Howard Abadinsky
Drugs: An Introduction

Madhu Agrawal
Business and Health Administration Association Proceedings 2004 (CD Publication)

Frank A. Barile
Clinical Toxicology: Principles and Mechanisms

John Barrett
That Man: An Insider’s Portrait of Franklin D. Roosevelt by Robert H. Jackson

Nancy J. Becker and Elizabeth B. Pollicino
Challenges in Librarianship: A Casebook for Educators and Professionals
With Dennis H. Holtschneider, C.M.

Brett Elizabeth Blake
A Culture of Refusal: The Lives and Literacies of Out-of-School Adolescents

Chiang-nan Chao
Crisis Management
Supply Chain Management: Keys to Enterprise Success

Frank J. Coppa
The Papacy Confronts the Modern World

Robert Fanuzzi
Abolition’s Public Sphere

Rebekah Z. Fassler
Room for Talk: Teaching and Learning in a Multilingual Kindergarten

Marie-Lise Gazarian-Gautier
Retratos en Palabras

Nicholas M. Healy
Thomas Aquinas: Theologian of the Christian Life

Lucy Heckman
Damascus

Barbara Lee Horn
Edward Albee: A Research and Production Sourcebook

Michael Indergaard
Silicon Alley: The Rise and Fall of a New Media District

Neil David Jespersen
How To Prepare For the AP Chemistry Advanced Placement Test

Terrance W. Klein
How Things Are in the World: Metaphysics and Theology in Wittgenstein and Rahner

Richard A. Lockshin
When Cells Die II

Mary Ann Maslak
Daughters of the Tharu: Gender, Ethnicity, Religion, and the Education of Nepali Girls

George McCartney
Evelyn Waugh and the Modernist Tradition

Steve Mentz
Rogues and Early Modern English Culture

Robert J. Mockler
Cases in Domestic Strategic Management (IV)

William R. Nester
The Frontier War for American Independence

Jeffrey S. Nevid
Psychology and the Challenges of Life

James O’Keefe
Protecting the Republic: The Education and Training of American Police Officers

Allan Ornstein
Strategies for Effective Teaching
With Thomas J. Lasley II

Douglas B. Rasmussen
Rational Man: A Modern Interpretation of Aristotelian Ethics by Henry B. Veatch

Marybeth Ruscica
The Complete Sentence Workout Book, with Readings
With Carolyn H. Fitzpatrick, Vincent D. Fitzpatrick

Rosemary C. Salomone
Same, Different, Equal: Rethinking Single-Sex Schooling

Richard Sinatra
Word Recognition and Vocabulary: Understanding Strategies for Literacy Success

Charles Wankel
E
ducating Managers with Tomorrow’s Technologies
With Robert DeFillippi

Ettie Ward
Courting the Yankees: Legal Essays on the Bronx Bombers

Ann C. Wintergerst
Crossing Cultures in the Language Classroom
With Andrea DeCapua