Recent Titan Faculty Publications
Jan. 23, 2013
The American West as the frontier of technological innovation is the subject of "Where Minds and Matters Meet: Technology in California and the West," one of the latest publications by Cal State Fullerton.
Volker Janssen, associate professor of history, edited the collection of essays that "calls attention to the convergence of Western history and the history of technology, showing that the region's politics and culture have shaped seemingly placeless, global technological practices and institutions." It was published in December by Huntington Library and University of California Press.
Other recently published works:
Shelly Arsneault, professor of political science, co-authored "Managing Nonprofit Organizations in a Policy World," an overview of the nonprofit sector and the policy environment. The 340-page book was published Jan. 8 by Congressional Quarterly Press.
Douglas J. Swanson, associate professor of communications, authored "The Beginning of the End of Robert H. Schuller's Crystal Cathedral Ministry: A Towering Failure in Crisis Management as Reflected Through Media Narratives of Financial Crisis, Family Conflict and Follower Dissent" in the December issue of the Social Science Journal.
Zhenguo Lin, professor of finance, co-authored "Another Look at Effects of 'Adults-Only' Age Restrictions on Housing Prices" published in the January issue of the Journal of Real Estate Finance and Economics.
David M. Obstfeld, associate professor of management, authored "Creative Projects: A Less Routine Approach Toward Getting New Things Done" published in the November/December 2012 issue of Organization Science.