CSUF News Service
New Faculty Books and Articles Published
Dec. 4, 2013
Two new books, a new social policy report and several articles — all published by faculty members — have recently been published or accepted for publishing, including:
The third edition of "Children and Their Families: The Continuum of Nursing Care," co-authored by Cindy Smith Greenberg, professor and director of the School of Nursing, was published in September by Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins.
Criminal justice faculty members Stacy L. Mallicoat, associate professor, and Christine L. Gardiner, assistant professor, are authors of the newly published "Criminal Justice Policy." The publications, described as a "thematic overview of criminal justice policy and its relationship to the American criminal justice system," was published in November by Sage Press.
James L. Rodríguez, professor of child and adolescent studies, was part of a committee that authored "Positive Development of Minority Children," in Vol. 27, No. 2 of the Social Policy Report published by the Society for Research in Child Development. The brief finds that "we must pay closer attention to what families and communities are doing right to promote optimal child development so these efforts can be supported and strengthened through programs and interventions."
Stephen O'Connor , assistant professor of history, is author of "The Daily Grain Consumption of Classical Greek Sailors and Soldiers" published in this year's issue of Chiron.
Volker Janssen , associate professor of history, wrote "A Tale of Two Crises: A Comparative View of the Political Economy of the Great Depression and Great Recession" in "When Government Helped: Learning From the Successes and Failures of the New Deal" coming out in January 2014 by Oxford University Press.
Sarah A. Hill , assistant professor of political science, co-authored "The Impact of State Supreme Court Decisions on Public School Finance" with D. Roderick Kiewiet of the California Institute of Technology. The article is scheduled to appear in a 2015 issue of the Journal of Law, Economics and Organization.
Jochen Burgtorf, chair and professor of history, wrote "Der Antiochenische Erbfolgekrieg (The Antichene War of Success)" published in the 2013 issue of Ordines Militares/Colloquia Torunensia Historica.