CSUF News Service
Faculty Books, Papers and Articles
Jan. 16, 2014
Two new books published by faculty members in the English, Comparative Literature and Linguistics Department are among the recently published works by campus members.
Lana L. Dalley, associate professor of English, comparative literature and linguistics, co-edited "Economic Women — Essays on Desire and Dispossession in Nineteenth-Century British Culture," published in November by Ohio University Press. Related is the short article "On Martineau's Illustrations of Political Economy, 1832-34" that Dalley wrote. It is posted on the website BRANCH: Britain, Representation and Nineteenth-Century History.
Stephen J. Mexal, acting chair and associate professor of English, comparative literature and linguistics, authored "Reading for Liberalism: The Overland Monthly and the Writing of the Modern American West," published by University of Nebraska Press.
Jeffrey Kottler, professor of counseling, shared his reasons for going into the field of counseling in the article "Turning Points" published in the January issue of Counseling Today.
Michael H. Horn, professor emeritus of biological science, and research associate Anna K. Gawlicka, co-authored "Evolution of Ontogenetic Dietary Shifts and Associated Gut Features in Prickleback Fishers (Teleostei: Stichaeidae)" posted online Nov. 21 and slated for publication in the February issue of Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part B. The item was one of five articles co-authored by biological science faculty members, alumni and students and published in the August 2013 issue of the Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences.
Also published in the August Bulletin:
- "Does the Beach-Spawning Grunion Eat Its Own Eggs? Eighth Graders Use Inquiry-Based Investigation to Collect Real Data in a University Laboratory," co-authored by Horn, alumni J.W. Cavanagh '01 (M.S. biology) and B.A. Higgins '12 (M.S. biology) and K.M. Martinez.
- "Sequence and Expression of an a-Amylase Gene in Four Related Species of Prickleback Fishes (Teleostei: Stichaeidae): Ontogenetic, Diatary and Species-Level Effects," co-authored by Horn, alumna K.H. Kim, graduate student D.P. German and A.E. Sosa. The article also was published in the October issue of the Journal of Comparative Physiology B.