CSUF News Service
Recently Published Works by Faculty
May 22, 2014
Among the recently published works by Cal State Fullerton faculty:
"The Working Man's Reward: Chicago's Early Suburbs and the Roots of American Sprawl" authored by Elaine M. Lewinnek, associate professor of American studies. The book, published March 22 by Oxford University Press, "analyzes the origins of the American dream among American immigrants, the diversity of American suburbs from 1870 onwards and the racial politics of home ownership," notes the author, a member of the campus faculty since 2005.
Katrin R. Harich, professor of marketing, co-authored "Teaching Creativity to Business Students: How Well Are We Doing?" posted online in March for the Journal of Education for Business.
James R. Hofmann, chair and professor of liberal studies, authored "A Tale of Two Crocoducks: Creationist Misuses of Molecular Evolution" published in the April issue of Science & Education.
James F. Parham, assistant professor of geological sciences, co-authored "A Sea Turtle Skull From the Cretaceous of Chile With Comments on the Taxonomy and Biogeography of Euclastes (Formerly Osteopygis)" in the May issue of Cretaceous Research.
Paul T. Stapp, professor of biological science, co-authored "Movements and Burrow Use by Northern Grasshopper Mice as a Possible Mechanism of Plague Spread in Prairie Dog Colonies" with Class of 2009 alumnus John P. Kraft. The publication is in the October 2013 issue of the Journal of Mammalogy. Stapp and alumna Katie Levensailor '07 (M.S. environmental studies) were among the co-authors of "Community Responses of Arthropods to a Range of Traditional and Manipulated Grazing Intensities in Short Grass Steppe," which is slated for a future issue of Environmental Entomology.